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The CR-5 is a chilled mirror hygrometer that uses a 3-stage thermoelectric cooler (TEC) to enable frost point measurements of as low as 60 °C, under favorable ambient conditions. It is configured as a transmitter module with an external sensor connected by cable up to 9 feet in length. (read more)
The UHQ-4P can measure dew point up to 150°C at pressures up to 150 psia (10 bar). It can display %RH with an optional ambient temperature sensor. The UHQ-4P is designed to measure in hydrogen, air and most non-corrosive gases at pressures ranging from near vacuum to up to 150 psia (10 bar). (read more)
The Vaportron is a humidity generator for calibrating a wide variety of humidity sensors. It is extremely accurate and stable over a wide range of temperatures and humidities. It has numerous options for a wide variety of calibration applications (read more)
This presentation will answer the seven most commonly asked questions about humidity measurement and in doing so hope to make life a little easier and spare attendees from the problems that technical professionals in numerous industries have encountered. (read more)
This presentation covers the fundamentals of humidity measurement through an FAQ format. Learn about common problems, mistakes made, best practices, and what to avoid when trying to measure humidity.
Humidity is everywhere. Water vapor, because it is a polar molecule, tends to stick to everything. Much like you can never really get rid of every molecule of air in a... (read more)
The CR-2 Hygrometer is the Flagship product from Buck Research. It is designed for use in Aircraft and for Military Applications.
Benefits of the CR-2
• Wide Range: down to -100 °C (15 ppb)
• Fast Response Time: typically 10-20 seconds
• Inherent Stability and Accuracy
• Very Low Maintenance... (read more)
Buck Research Instruments' humidity conversion calculator App for the iPhonel allows conversions to/from dew point, relative humidity, mixing ratio, absolute humidity and vapor pressure, as well as calculating how these properties change when changing pressure and temperature. (read more)