The self-heating of electronics in carbon dioxide (CO2) instruments usually originates from the power required to take the CO2 measurement and the energy required to generate the output signals. The heat spreads inside the instrument enclosure and the temperature within the instrument is always slightly higher than the ambient temperature. When a CO2 instrument measures also temperature,... (read more)
The Vaisala INTERCAP® Humidity and Temperature Series HMD/W80 is a versatile product family designed for standard HVAC applications. These cost-effective and reliable transmitters are easy to install and maintain. Dew point temperature, wet bulb temperature and enthalpy output option available in selected models (see product datasheet for more details).
HMD/W80 family... (read more)
No single humidity instrument is suitable for all applications. To ensure you use the right device for the job, download this Application Note: 'How to Choose the Right Instrument for Measuring Humidity and Dew Point' and learn:
- What are the different humidity parameters?
- What conditions influence the choice of instrument?
- Practical guidelines for se...
As part of the Vaisala Continuous Monitoring System (CMS) viewLinc software provides alarming, real-time trending, and records that aid in compliance with regulations such as 21 CFR Part 11 and Annex 11.
With Vaisala's industry-best data loggers viewLinc monitors temperature, relative humidity, CO2, differential pressure, level, door switches, and more. Interoperable Va... (read more)
The highest quality measurement instruments are essential when optimizing HVAC controls. Vaisala offers reliable and accurate instruments for measuring carbon dioxide, humidity, and temperature. They can be used indoors or outdoors, and installed on walls or in ventilation ducts.
Easy to install and maintain, our sensors and transmitters set the industry standard for energy efficien... (read more)
Carbon dioxide (CO2) measurement is essential in HVAC applications. Typical infrared sources used in CO2 sensors, such as incandescent light bulbs, consume a lot of power and thus generate heat, which spreads within the instrument enclosure. (read more)
Pursuit of the Perfect Potato Chip: CO2 monitoring technology helps make defect-free chips.
Potatoes grown to make potato chips are sensitive to environmental conditions that affect their fry quality – their appearance, taste and appeal when processed.
Learn how carbon dioxide monitoring can help you improve the end-product quality in food manufacturing.
In this new collection of 10 brief articles, four experts outline how to reduce the risks of failed inspections, bad measurement practices, and poor product quality in controlled environments.
Topics span from measurement accuracy, uncertainty, stability and traceability, to a discussion of wired v. wireless connectivity for sensing instruments, to FDA inspection preparation and 4... (read more)
The Vaisala HUMICAP® Moisture and Temperature Transmitter Series for Oil, MMT330, accurately measures online the moisture in transformer oil, giving a real-time picture of the oil's condition, an indicator of how well the transformer is operating. The transmitter monitors the moisture levels at all ambient and operating conditions and is compatible with any insulating oil. (read more)
In transmission and distribution networks, knowledge of transformer oil moisture levels is absolutely vital. High moisture levels can lead to low dielectric strength, decreased insulation, and even a breakdown of this single-most expensive substation asset.
Scheduled oil sampling, the most common practice in use today, can be very time consuming and the results can even be misleadi... (read more)
Measure humidity in harsh environments with the best-in-class transmitter you can truly depend on. The Vaisala HUMICAP® Humidity and Temperature Transmitter Series HMT330 is ideal for applications where stable measurement is essential. 10-year warranty* proves the outstanding reliability. With multiple options to choose from, the instrument can be tail... (read more)
The Vaisala CARBOCAP® Carbon Dioxide Probe GMP231 has been released. The GMP231 is designed to provide incubator manufacturers with accurate and reliable carbon dioxide measurements and sterilization durability at high temperatures.The probe is based on Vaisala's patented CARBOCAP® technology and features a new type of infrared (IR) light source, Microglow. (read more)
Driving safely in the winter is not only about road maintenance services and the condition of the road, but also the driver plays an important role in safety. Driver behavior, speed, and driving style as well as the condition of your vehicle and its tires play an important role in ensuring a safe journey. (read more)
Vaisala introduces its new Advanced Total Lightning(TM) sensor, the LS7002, offering the latest in precision lightning technology. It is the first, non-VHF, lightning detection sensor to detect Total Lightning and, at the same time, correctly differentiate between cloud and cloud-to-ground lightning. (read more)
The GMW90 is the ultimate tool for HVAC professionals looking for an easy to use, hassle-free solution to carbon dioxide measurements. Customer feedback played a vital role in developing the GMW90, a high quality measurement sensor which offers ease of use, compliance with standards, extended lifetime and minimal maintenance, all of which provide peace of mind. (read more)
In 1973, Vaisala introduced HUMICAP®, the world's first thin-film capacitive humidity sensor. Since then, Vaisala has become the market leader in relative humidity measurements, and thin-film capacitive humidity sensors have developed from one company's innovation into a global industry standard. Constantly under further research & development, the Vaisala HUMICAP sensor is still... (read more)
Join us for this informative series of webinars on qualifying your equipment and software in controlled, GxP regulated environments. Our instructor Paul Daniel has 15 years' experience performing mapping studies in pharmaceutical manufacturing and distribution applications. Each free 1-hour webinar includes several opportunities of live Q&A. (read more)
The VL/SP1016-1416 temperature data logger is ideal for monitoring, alarming, and reporting on controlled Life Science environments. This 16-bit logger can simultaneously monitor different temperature ranges in up to four chambers -- from -80°C ultra-low temp freezers, freezer/refrigerator units to warehouses and incubators.
Questions? Contact instruments@vaisala... (read more)
As part of Vaisala's Wireless Monitoring System, the HMT140 Wi-Fi data logger incorporates Vaisala HUMICAP to measure relative humidity and temperature accurately and reliably. The sensor is resistant to dust and most chemicals and can connect to RTD’s, voltage, current and contact sensors, making it the most versatile wireless data logger for life science applications. (read more)
Spectrum Precision Current Loop and Voltage Data Loggers are convenient and versatile recorders for reliable logging of a wide range of measurement variables. Palm-sized and self-powered, these advanced dataloggers record signals from industry-standard transducers, transmitters and sensors to help you quickly and flexibly acquire your important information. (read more)
Humidity measurement and control is called for in a variety of industrial applications, each with different requirements for humidity instruments. Download this application note to learn about key considerations for understanding what instruments you should be using in your controlled environments. (read more)
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Vaisala Veriteq VL-1000/1400 temperature data loggers are perfect for monitoring, alarming, and recording environmental conditions in FDA/GxP-regulated environments like Pharmaceutical Warehouses, Research and Development labs, Hospital & Clinical Environments and Ultra-low Freezers, fridges, cold rooms. (read more)