The RTFC sensor from DGT by Senmatic by Senmatic is able to simultaneously measure temperature, humidity, and CO2.
The temperature sensor has a surface relation to the mass that gives the best possible reaction time on temperature deviations. The humidity sensor is fully electronic, and the electronics have a Teflon filter protecting the open chip and preventing droplets by high humidity. The reading is constant over many years, and even if exchanged no calibration is needed. The sensor is maintenance-free. The CO2 sensor is working with infrared absorption. The reading is very precise and constant over long time. Must be calibrated only once a year. The dry/wet sensor uses a well-known physical principle, where the temperature of a dry and a wet sensor makes it pos- sible to calculate the humidity. The reading is very precise, even in almost 100 % relative humidity. The sensor has to be filled with water twice a month
For many years, DGT by Senmatic by Senmatic has specialized in high quality sensors and environmental control, and has always been acknowledged for high quality sensors. Now, a new generation has been developed.
Now it is possible to have a combined temperature, humidity and also CO2 sensor. Combined sensors ensure that the weather conditions are measured in the same spot. Therefore, when combined in the climate control calculations, the diﬀerent measurements are comparable. One sensor is used for each compartment. The sensor is aspirated. The air surrounding the crop material is sucked through the sensor, giving precise and instant measurement of the microclimate.
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