Wireless humidity sensor
Coin cell | AA | Industrial
Spook wireless humidity sensors accurately monitor the relative humidity (RH) of the air within an area. Low humidity can cause static build up in the air whereas high humidity can corrode metal and increase the danger of water damage to electrical equipment.
By monitoring humidity correctly a sweet spot can often be achieved.
- ± 3% accuracy (between 10% - 90% RH)
Did you know?
Leonardo da Vinci created the first crude hygrometer in the 1400s but Horace Bénédict de Saussure invented the first human hair humidity hygrometer in 1783. However, the invention of the humidity measuring instrument caused controversy as Jean-André Deluc had invented a whalebone version in the same year.
Horace Bénédict de Saussure (B: 17th February 1740 - D: 22nd January 1799)
Potential uses for wireless humidity sensors
- General environment
- Heritage organisations
- Data centers/server rooms
- Electrical equipment static build up
- Static build up
- Hot houses
Get in touch with Spook
Please contact us if you wish for further information on how Spook can help with your environmental and power monitoring needs.