AL2O3 Sensing Moisture Transmitter Eases Industrial Chores

The Edgetech Instruments AcuDew moisture transmitter is a two-wire, loop powered moisture transmitter with a linear output from 4 mA to 20 mA corresponding to the measured moisture content. Its high capacitance aluminum oxide sensing element provides the necessary sensitivity to detect low moisture content.

 

The instrument can be factory configured to provide an output corresponding to various moisture parameters including dew/frost point temperature, parts per million by volume, or parts per billion by volume. Locally and remotely mounted display and power supply devices are optionally available. The Field Span Verification (FSV) feature of the AcuDew allows the user to ensure accuracy of the transmitter between annual factory recalibrations.

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Each transmitter is delivered with an ISO/IEC 17025 certificate of calibration, traceable to NIST. The AcuDew is calibrated and supported in the USA, in a modern ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accredited calibration laboratory located in an ISO 9001:2015 registered facility. For more information, peruse the AcuDew datasheet.

 

Edgetech Instruments

Hudson, MA 01749

978-310-7760

[email protected]

http://www.edgetechinstruments.com

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