Atmospheric Temperature, Humidity and Pressure Sensor
Atmospheric sensors detect temperature, humidity, and barometric pressure. With unique capabilities, they’re commonly used by forecasters and researchers. However, novice weather enthusiasts can use an atmospheric pressure sensor as well.
Atmospheric sensors that detect temperature are thermistor devices. Based on the current conditions, the sensor’s electrical resistance changes. A reference voltage applied to the sensor views the voltage signal received, which is how it comes up with an accurate calculation.
Another atmospheric pressure sensor measures the level of air pressure in the atmosphere. The internal aneroid cell measures the degree of weight produced by air molecules. Most often, meteorologists use these atmospheric sensors to forecast the weather.
You can also purchase an atmospheric pressure sensor for humidity. This device detects changes that alter either the temperature or the electrical currents in the air.
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The A70-HT atmospheric pressure sensor is an example of what we offer. For both temperature and humidity, they’re ideal for input to control systems or used in combination with electronic data collection systems. To get information about our other atmospheric sensors, give us a call.