Honeywell HIH3610

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Honeywell HIH3610

Post by Guest » Mon Feb 06, 2006 4:10 pm

Dear Sirs,

Could ADC-20/ADC-24 support Honeywell HIH3610 sensor? If not, are there any suggestion for data acquisition of this sensor?

Also, after I bought the device, are there any certificate for it? And can I return to Picotech for calibration at a certain period? If yes, how much of the charge typically?

Thank you very much!

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Post by Michael » Tue Feb 14, 2006 10:11 am

Hello,

I am not familiar with the Honeywell range of sensors but they will output either a 0-? voltage or 4-20mA scaled output. Providing you can verify the output range then the rest is quite easy.

Calibration certificates are available nut the unit will have to be returned to us. The charge will be £30 GBP plus delivery and VAT.

For further information, please contact support@picotech.com

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Re: Honeywell HIH3610

Post by arlyn9391 » Wed May 20, 2009 6:21 am

Guest wrote:Dear Sirs,

Could ADC-20/ADC-24 support Honeywell HIH3610 sensor? If not, are there any suggestion for data acquisition of this sensor?

Also, after I bought the device, are there any certificate for it? And can I return to Picotech for calibration at a certain period? If yes, how much of the charge typically?

Thank you very much!


That is a great device. Is Honeywell HIH-3610 is a popular relative humdity to DC voltage sensor?




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