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Air flow meter

Accurate
scales

Anemometers

Multimeters

Calipers 

Analytical
scale

Coating
thickness
meters

Benchtop
Scales

Conductivity
meters 
Balanza de bolsillo HC-100AS
Crane
scales

Cup vane
anemometer

Floor scales

Current detector 

Hanging
Scales 

Distance meter
Balanza contadora
Humidity content
Scales

Earth meters

Kitchen
scales

Electronic
stethoscope

Laboratory
Scales

Gas analyser

Laboratory
scales   

Gas detector for refrigerants  

Multifunction
scales

Humidity
indicators

Packaging Scale

Humidity indicator
Balanza de precisión
Pallet balances

Infrared
thermometers

Pallet truck
scales

Insulation meter
Balanza de suelo
Paper Scale

Thermometers 

Platform scales

Tester for fuel 

Pocket
scales

Thermal
cameras 
Báscula pesa-ejes para coches
Postal scales

Oscilloscope 

Scale for
analysis

Microscopes

Scales for
transit

Microscopes
USB
 

Tabletop
scales

Noise meters

Tabletop Scale

Power analyzer  

Air flow transducers
Caudalímetro para líquidos
Power and
harmonics
 analyser

Digital
indicators

Radiation
analysers

Display systems

Radio frequency
meter

Logic modules

Rotation meter

Signal
converters

Videoscopes 

Temperature
transducers
Videoscopio
Voltmeter

Temperature sensors

Weather
stations

Vibration
transducers

Information about Relative Humidity

Relative humidity (r.h.) shows the relationship between absolute humidity (the amount really there) and the saturation state of water vapors. Relative air humidity is measured using humidity indicators, that show on their displays from 0% (absolutely dry air) up to 100% (air that is completely saturated, such as fog, clouds or steam bath). Some models of humidity indicators are an unlimited measurement range. The physical area is between 40 and 65% r.h. Given that hot air possesses the ability to absorb more water vapour than cold air, people feel that in winter, air is too dry and in summer it is too humid. If air heats up it increases the amount of water vapour to that of saturation. The consequence is that the % of relative humidity decreases while the real quantity of water remains constant. Something similar occurs when air is cooled, decreasing the quantity of water vapour. This increases the percentage value of relative humidity. Condensation forms when there is an excess of water in saturated conditions. Some of our humidity indicators offer the ability to not only measure relative humidity and temperature, but can also calculate dew point and dew point temperature. Dew point temperature is defined as the temperature at which the actual vapour content of air is the maximum (100% relative humidity). Dew point temperature is independent of the actual temperature. One possibility of dew point temperature is freezing metal until its surface forms condensation. The temperature of the metal will then be the dew point temperature. With this rain gauge you will be able to measure relative humidity which will be shown on the display.  

Here you will find all the measuring instruments available at PCE Instruments.

Contact:
PCE Instruments UK Limited
Units 12/13 Southpoint Business Park
Ensign Way, Southampton
United Kingdom, SO31 4RF
Phone. +44 ( 0 ) 2380 98703 0
Fax +44 ( 0 ) 2380 98703 0

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Below you will find an overview of the different product groups of measuring instruments

 Absolute Humidity Meters
 Accelerometers
 
Alert Meters
 Air velocity meters
 Analyzers (Colour)
 Analyzers (Gas)
 Analyzers (Lan)
 Analyzers (Noise)
 Analyzers (Oxygen)
 Analyzers (Ozono)

 Anemometers
 Barometers
 Borescopes

 Cable detectors
 (electrical)

 Cameras (Infrared  
 Thermal Ima.)
 Capacitance Meters
 Coating Thickness
 Meters

 Chlorine Meters
 Clamp Meters
 Climate Meters
 Colour Meters

 Conductivity Meters
 Contact Thermometers
 Current detectors

 Data Loggers
 Differential Pressure   
 Meters
 Digital Multimeters
 Densimeters
 Detectors (Humidity)
 Detectors (Radiation)

 
Detectors (Voltage)
 
Dose Meters (Noise)

 Earth meters
 Endoscopes
 Environmental Meters
 Fiberscopes
 Flow Meters Air
 Flow Meters Gas
 Force Gauges (digital)
 Frequency Meters
 Gas detectors
 Geiger Counter
 Handheld Tachometers
 Hardness Meters
 Humidity Testers
 (Building material)
 
Hygrometers

Indicator Sound Level
Instruments (Environmental)

Impedance bridges
Infrared Thermometers
Isolation Meters

Lan Network Testers
Laser Distance Meters
Laser level
Laser meters
Laser thermometers
LCR Meters
Length Meters
Light Meters
Lux Meters

 Manometers
 Mat. Thickness Meters
 Measurement Devices

Measu Meters Distance.
Measuring Wheels
Meters (Distance, Power,
Pressure Radiation, Temperatur. Gas, Gloss)
Micrometers
Modular signal Converters
Moisture Indicator
Multimeters
Multi-Parameter Photometers

Noise Meters

 Odometers
 Ohm Meters
 Oscilloscopes
 Oxygen Meters
 Ozono Meters

Paper Moisture Meters
Penetrometers
pH-Meters
Pitot tube air flow
Pocket pH-meters
Power Analyzers
Pressure Gauges,
Pyrometers

 Quality Meters (Air)
 Radiation Counters
 Radioactivity meters
 Reader (Temperature)
 
Recoders Data

Redox Meters
Refractometers
Relative Humidity
Roughness tester

Salt Meters
Sensor (Temperature)
Signal Level Analyzers
Single-parameter Photometers
Sound Level Meters
Systems for Environ.
Stethoscopes (elect.)
Stroboscopes
Surface Thickness Meters

Tachometers
Telescope Meters
Thermo-anemometers
Thermo-Hygrometers
Temperature Probes
Testers (Conductivity, Earth, Electric, Insula.,  Noise,
pH, Resistance, Sound, Temp.)
Thermal stress
Thermal Imaging Cameras
Thermometers
Thermocouples
Thickness Meters
Turdibity Meters

Ultrasonic Flow Meters

VDE tester
Vibration Meters
Voltage meters