Here at Global Sensors, we offer a range of different temperature and humidity sensors for a variety of different applications, including food and pharmaceutical storage and transportation. Our team understands that you will need different things from your sensors depending on what you are using them for. To help you choose the right humidity sensors for your specific application, we recommend asking yourself the following questions.
- What humidity range will I need to measure? The first thing that we at Global Sensors recommend that you consider when choosing humidity sensors is what range of relative humidity levels you will need to measure. Different sensors have different upper and lower limits when it comes to the humidity levels they can measure, so it’s important to choose an option that will be able to capture the data you need.
- What temperature operating range will I need? The next thing to consider is the range of temperatures typical to the location where you’ll be placing these sensors. Will you be using humidity monitors in a setting where there is only a narrow range of temperatures, such as a lab environment, or will you be placing them someplace where the temperature extremes are further apart? Different sensors have different temperature operating ranges, so make sure to choose one that’s appropriate for your setting.
- What level of accuracy do I need? Lastly, how accurate do you need your humidity monitors to be? In a highly controlled environment such as a lab or a hospital, accuracy may be of the utmost importance, but in more relaxed settings a more general reading may be all you need. Whatever your needs, our team at Global Sensors can help you select the best humidity monitors to get the job done.