PSL ENV2 - EnviroSensor™

Brand: Powerside
Measure ambient temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, and three-axis acceleration – indicative measurements
Prijs op aanvraag

Productspecificaties

Meer informatie
Fabrikant Powerside
Art.nr. PSL-ENV2-THPA-2M

Documentatie

Please use the icons below to download any files related to this item. We aim to have the datasheet and/or catalog available.

Productomschrijving

Ambient temperature, humidity, barometric pressure and 3-axis acceleration – Use them all to help diagnose intermittent problems!

Add an ENV2 EnviroSensor, and your PQube 3 automatically triggers on user-selected alarm thresholds. Long-term trends over days, weeks and even months are also recorded. If you connect two ENV2 probes to your PQube 3. You can compare, for example, compare temperature/humidity
conditions inside and outside your equipment, and even detect clogged air filters (using differential barometric pressure). Can mechanical bumps or jolts disturb your sensitive equipment? Your ENV2 probe automatically creates a time-stamped recording of the problem, complete with a graph. And it can even detect seismic events like earthquakes, and record just how rough they were right at your sensitive equipment

ENV2 - EnviroSensor™

  • Measure ambient temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, and three-axis acceleration – indicative measurements
  • Temperature: -20°C ~ +80°C (-4°F ~ +176°F)
  • Humidity: 0% ~ 100% RH (most useful for 20% ~ 80% RH)
  • Barometric pressure: resolution better than 0.001 hPa
  • Acceleration: ±2g, ±4g, ±8g ranges
  • Configurable sensitivity
  • Mechanical shock events – detect accidental bumps to sensitive equipment
  • Seismic disturbances – records pre- and post-earthquake accelerations
  • Tilt events – high sensitivity for detecting structural changes
  • User configurable thresholds for mechanical shock, and seismic triggers
  • Acceleration recording: 480 samples at 32 accelerations-per-second
  • PQube 3 supports up to two EnviroSensor Probes – use for comparison (for example, detect clogged air filters with differential barometric pressure)