Keeping an eye on important ambient conditions
The new temperature and humidity measuring instruments Testo 622 and Testo 623 provide a fast overview of humidity, temperature and pressure, at a glance.
Designed to deliver ambient climate data, time and date instantaneously, the new temperature and humidity measuring instruments are vital for fast accurate measurement. The simplicity of data transfer and analysis on a PC can save time and money.
The new Testo 623 temperature and humidity measuring instrument is a valuable instrument for every Facility Manager, with its history function, thorough analysis of crucial time periods can be undertaken.
“Did the temperature or the humidity during the night vary, having an effect on working conditions?” Questions like these can be answered quickly with the help of the instrument. The Testo 623 shows current and past measurement values in a large, easy-to-read display. The user can view either the humidity or the temperature values of the past days in the histogram, displaying the measurement values for the past hour, 2 hours, 12 hours, 24 hours or 12 days. In total, the Testo 623 stores the data from the past twelve weeks!
Precision humidity, temperature and pressure measurement
In addition to temperature and humidity, the Testo 622 also measures pressure, and is of particular interest for applications in laboratories. In the large, easy-to-read display, it shows the current measurement values as well as date and time. It provides all important values for protocols at a glance. A reminder function informs the user when the next calibration is due. With the help of the optional calibration and adjustment software from Testo, the user can carry out the calibration and the adjustment directly on site.
Visit: www.testo.co.uk/622 to find out more…
Posted on January 22, 2010, in Product Launches and tagged humidity monitoring, instruments, Instruments for facilities, instruments for laboratories, monitoring ambient conditions, Pressure monitoring, temperature monitoring, Test instrumentation. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.