Sensor: Room Temp, Hum, Miniature
The THE-1102 can be wall-mounted for use with building automation systems in commercial buildings, hospitals, museums, or other facilities requiring accurate measurement of relative humidity and temperature. It transmits separate relative humidity (RH) and temperature signals for use in temperature, humidity, or enthalpy-based control applications.
The humidity transmitter uses a silicon CMOS chip sensor (providing much more durable and reliable performance than older capacitive polymer sensors). It responds within seconds to changes in humidity with a very high degree of accuracy.
The THE-1102 also contains a thermistor for measuring room temperature. The Type II 10,000 ohm (@ 77° F) thermistor provides precise, stable temperature sensing.
The durable, low-profile, thermostat-style cover is visually appealing. These transmitters may be surface-mounted on a hollow wall or (with an HMO-6036) to a 2 x 4 in. electrical box.
The THE-1102 (alone) operates from a 10 to 15 VDC power supply and provides a humidity signal of 0 to 5 VDC. When used with the REE-2002 power supply and E-E/I converter module, however, the THE-1102 can be powered by 24 VAC and can supply humidity signal outputs of 0 to 5 VDC, 0 to 10 VDC, or 4 to 20 mA. This eliminates the need to stock multiple transmitters for accommodating several output requirements. (See the REE-2002 Data sheet. for additional details.)
NOTE: See also the THE-1105. For duct-mounted applications, see the THE-1002.
NOTE: For temperature sensing only, see the STE-6000 Series.
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