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RHT Climate is our new Temperature and Relative Humidity product family that is being launched to the market, meeting the most demanding applications in terms of accuracy, versatility and psychrometric information.
Equipped with one of the most accurate sensors on the market, its measured variables can be retransmitted through two analogue outputs, which can be configured by software to either current (4-20mA) or voltage (0-10V). Besides that, the output can be read by Modbus RTU through RS-485. The transmitter also has two digital outputs and a buzzer that can be used as alarms with a configurable set point. The parameters can be adjusted through the built-in HMI or by a simple USB cable using our free configuration software. The free software also allows you to save the desired configuration for future use.
"Comparing to our older RHT transmitters, the new RHT Climate family has technological advances that put it in a completely different level. The relative humidity and temperature sensors are much more accurate and can be used in an even greater temperature range.”, explains Fabio Piuma, NOVUS’ product manager. "It also allows easy commissioning and troubleshooting by forcing its output values to a determined level.”
The RHT Climate family is available in wall mount or duct mount versions. All models come with a built-in temperature and relative humidity probe.
The event will take place from April 23rd to 27th in Hannover, Germany. Among the products that the company will show, the LogBox Connect family and the new RHT Climate, a humidity and temperature transmitter. NOVUS will be in Hall 11, stand D19.
In this article, you will be able to better understand the types of temperature transmitters most suitable for each application.
NOVUS international customers can now track their purchase orders through the internet, using the link sent by email to each requested order.
NOVUS was present at AHR Expo, the world's largest trade show for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR). This year, the event took place in Chicago and hosted more than 2,000 exhibitors from 165 countries.