Temperature and Humidity Sensor
Smart Temperature and Humidity Sensor
By detecting changes in in-home temperature and humidity, the 3-Series Centralite Temperature and Humidity Sensor can add a whole range of climate control features to your connected home. By reporting these changes in climate, your HVAC system can respond to your comfort level and help reduce wasted energy.
The Importance of Temperature and humidity sensor
The Temperature and Humidity sensor is among the most commonly used environmental sensors, and the Humidity sensor is also sometimes referred to as a hygrometer.
How to identify the temperature and humidity levels?
Thermometers can provide accurate temperature information. A standard thermometer that measures the entire range of foreseeable conditions in a building is satisfactory.
How Do the Temperature and Humidity sensor work?
The Centralite Temperature and Humidity sensors work by detecting changes that alter electrical currents or temperatures in the air. There are three basic types of Humidity sensors: capacitive, resistive, and thermal. All three classes will monitor minute changes in the atmosphere to calculate the humidity in the air.
Temperature Doesn’t Tell the whole Story
Easy Mounting Options for the humidity sensor
pull-to-pair join Process
Find your accurate “comfort level.”
Humidity Sensor Save Energy and Save Money
By adding advanced climate control features, the Centralite Zigbee Temperature and Humidity Sensor can help reduce energy costs. By giving your connected home more insight into how its rooms are being heated and cooled, your HVAC system can work smarter, not harder.
What is a temperature and humidity sensor?
The Centralite Temperature and humidity sensors are devices that can convert temperature and humidity into electrical signals that can easily measure temperature and humidity.
How to pick the Best Humidity sensor for your projects?