UHS1000 humidity sensor
Why Choose the UHS1000?
The UHS1000 is a relative humidity (RH) sensor, with convenient USB connectivity, designed to be used standalone, or in multipoint environmental testing. The UHS1000 humidity sensor measures water vapor present in the air, and can be used with its companion sensors, the UAS1000 (Air Velocity), and UTS1000/RTD1000 (Air Temperature) sensors, to create multipoint/multifactor environmental tests.
Commonly, the UHS1000 humidity sensor is used in conjunction with UAS1000 air velocity sensors, to provide humidity compensation in real time. This best practice allows for the most accurate air velocity testing possible.
The UHS1000 Series offers unimpaired access to tight locations, and improved accuracy of 1.5% RH from 0 to 100% RH. The UHS1000 comes with a 1-meter shielded cable, allowing access to distant and compact locations including the spaces between semiconductor devices, inside ducts, plenums, clean-rooms, for critical process control, and inside environmental chambers.
All Degree Controls’ USB sensors work with our Windows-based, AccuTracTM datalogging software. When plugged into the °C Port family of data acquisition instruments, users can poll as many as 180 sensors in real time.
Multi-Channel Data Acquisition
Connect over 100 sensors to the °C Port family of data acquisition instruments.
Aggregate Your Sensor Data
The AccuTrac™ software collects air velocity, air temperature, as well as humidity and altitude (or barometric pressure) data real-time and displays, saves, reviews, graphs, and prints without export to another program.
Specifications & Details
- Accuracy: ±1.5% of RH reading
- Temperature Accuracy: ±0.1°C
- Power: USB-Based input, use PC or °C Port Instrument
- RoHS Certified & CE Marked
- Supported Software: AccuTrac™
The response time of a sensor is a measure of how quickly it responds to a change in the input parameter, the variable being measured. It is often defined using T63 which indicates how long it takes the sensor to reach 63.2% of the final value when there is an instant change in the variable being measured. T63 is also known as the sensor time constant and is useful in comparing performance for different types of sensors. Because humidity depends on temperature, a sensor’s relative humidity measurement is correct when that sensor’s temperature has stabilized.
Downloads & Media
UAS1000Precise, easy-placement sensors designed for single or multi-point measurements in a variety of applications
AccuTrac™ SoftwareCollects data in real-time and displays, saves, reviews, graphs, and prints without export to another program
UTS1000 ThermocoupleStandard miniature connectors and a measurement range of -50°C to 250°C
°C SPARFully-configurable system for linear air velocity, humidity & temperature measurement
°C Port SeriesMeasure up to 12 or 36 points of air velocity, temperature and humidity with Ethernet or Wi-Fi connectivity