8091

Humidity-temperature sensor

IP 65 protection ratingCombined humidity temperature sensorAnalog output
8091

8091

Humidity-temperature sensor

Applications

  • building technology
  • industry
Daniel DreilichDaniel Dreilich

Your contact person:
Daniel Dreilich
+49 551 4958-395
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(at)lambrecht.net

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Special resistance ...

to airborne pollutants as a result of the use of a high-quality measuring element! This ensures - in combina­tion with the high-quality electro­nics - excellent measuring accuracy and long-term stability. As a consequence, the sensor (8091) is particularly appropriate for measurements outdoors, in various areas of application.

  • small, light, compact
  • simple mounting, very robust, low-maintenance
  • low power consumption
  • good dynamic behaviour
  • reliable membrane filter as protection against atmospheric pollutants
  • high long-term stability
Professional Line
8091
Id-No.:
00.08091.000042
00.08091.000012
Dimensions:
H 180 mm • Ø 20 mm
Output:
00.08091.000042: 4...20 mA
00.08091.000012: 0...10 VDC
Housing:
aluminium • lacquered • grey-white • IP 65 • membrane filter as sensor protection IP 30
Accuracy:
Humidity: ± 2 % r. h. (5...95 % r. h. at 10...40°C); plus < 0.1 %/ K (<10°C, >40°C)
Temperature: ± 0.3°C (4...20 mA); plus ± 0.007 K/K (< 10°C, > 40°C)
Measuring elements:
capacitive • Pt100 • IEC 751 class B
Standards:
CE/ EMV: DIN 50082-2 • EN 550011 cl. B
Power consumption:
max. 45 mA
Supply voltage:
00.08091.000042: 12...30 VDC
00.08091.000012: 15...30 VDC
Measuring range:
0...100 % r. h. • -30...+70 °C
Long-term stability:
typical under normal conditions < 1% r. h./ year
Response time:
< 1 min
Weight:
0.34 kg
Accessories (order separately):
Sensor shelter 00.08141.600000 • Cable: 4 x AWG 20 C UL sw Id-No. 67.01002.056041
Sensor shelter with artificial ventilation

This artificially ventilated sensor shelter is designed for universal use with relative hu­midity and air temperature measuring instru­ments. The ventilation system draws ambient air and conveys it through the sensor. Possible measuring errors caused by direct or reflected radiation, especially during calm, will be avoided.

  • light and radiation transmission nearly eliminated
  • easy installation
  • very robust
  • to be used individually for different types of sensors
  • improved lamellar system
  • artificial ventilation
  • including mounting material for different poles
  • made from UV and weather-proof material
  • no return of heated air into the ventilation circle
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Sensor shelter with natural ventilation

and for protection against radiation the sensor shelter with natural ventilation is designed for universal use with relative hu­midity and air temperature measuring instru­ments.

  • natural ventilation of the sensors
  • light and radiation transmission nearly eliminated
  • easy installation
  • very robust
  • to be used individually for different types of sensors
  • improved lamellar system
  • including mounting material for different poles
  • made from UV and weather-proof material
  • no return of heated air into the ventilation circle
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