HD2178.1 and HD2178.2 are portable instruments with a large LCD display. These instruments measure temperature by means of immersion, penetration, contact or air probes with Pt100 or thermocouple probes.
You can connect a 3 or 4 wires Pt100 sensor or a 2 wires Pt1000 sensor to B input, a K, J, T, N, E type thermocouple to input A. Probes to B input, a 8-poles DIN45326 connector, are equipped with an automatic detection module, with the factory calibration settings already being memorized inside. A input is equipped with a miniature female polarized connector for thermocouple probes.
The instrument HD2178.2 is a data logger; it stores up to 80.000 samples that can be transferred to a PC when connected to the instrument through a RS232C serial port or a USB 2.0 port. It is possible to configure the storage interval, the printing and the baud rate by the menu.
Instrument for the Analysis of the Indices: WBGT, PMV, PPD
HD32.3 – WBGT – PMV Index is an instrument made by Delta Ohm Srl for:
– Analysis of hot environments using WBGT index (Wet Bulb Glob Temperature: wet bulb temperature and Globe thermometer) in presence or absence of solar radiation
– Analysis of the moderate warm environments using PMV index (Predicted Mean Vote) and PPD index (Predicted Percentage of Dissatis ed)
The temperature probe TP32MTT.03 is equipped with seven Pt100 1/3 DIN sensors for the measurement of temperature at depth: +5 cm, 0, ‐5 cm, ‐10 cm, ‐20 cm, ‐50 cm, ‐1 m with respect to the soil level, according to the indications of the World Meteoro‐ logical Organization (WMO). The probe TP32MTT.03.1 is equipped with six Pt100 1/3 DIN sensors for the measure‐ ment of temperature at depth: +5 cm, 0, ‐5 cm, ‐10 cm, ‐20 cm, ‐50 cm with respect to the soil level.
LP NET 07 measures the net radiation across a surface, from near ultraviolet to far infrared. The Net radiation is defined as the difference between the radiation that reaches the upper surface and the irradiation on the lower surface of the net
HD 9408T BARO, HD 9408TR BARO and HD 9908T BARO are analog output electronic barometers. They use a piezoresistive sensor element which gives extremely accurate and stable measurement of the atmospheric pressure and assures excellent repeatability, low hysteresis and very good temperature stability.