Absolute Humidity Sensor
AHS01IB is a high response speed, high temperature resistance, high precision, fully calibrated absolute humidity sensor. Using advanced modern production technology to ensure that the product has high reliability and excellent long-term stability. The sensor includes a humidity detection sensor connected to a high-performance CMOS microprocessor with integrated 24-bit AD acquisition.
The product has the advantages of excellent quality, super fast response, strong anti-interference ability and high cost performance. The machine is highly integrated, very suitable for high quality, mass production requirements, is an ideal choice for users, easy to partner manufacturers OEM application.
AHS01IB use I2C digital communication method, has ultra-small size and extremely low power consumption, making it the best choice for various applications and even the most demanding applications. The working voltage of AHS01IB is 5V and provide low cost and low power consumption advantages for various common application scenarios. The absolute sensors are factory calibrated in a high-precision constant temperature and humidity chamber, and directly output the detected environmental humidity signal. Users do not need to perform secondary signal processing to obtain accurate humidity information, which reduces user costs and facilitates secondary development for users.
2. Application range
Microwave oven humidity control, dryer humidity detection, oven intelligent humidity control, industrial measurement, air conditioning humidity control, physical and chemical instruments, steam baths and other on-site humidity detection.
3. product Feature;
● 5V power supply
● Operating temperature range -5 ~ +150℃ (humidity detection only)
● Complete calibration
● I2C digital interface communication
● Low power consumption :120mW(highest)
● No zero drift
● Widely used in microwave oven, oven, dryer and other high temperature and high humidity environment
● Super long service life
● High resistance to pollution
● Little lag error