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1998\03\16@092132 by Mark Lezama

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1998\03\17@155154 by Tom Handley

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  Mark, Philips makes a low-cost sensor (P/N 2322 691 90001) which is good
for 10-90%. General Eastern also seems to have interesting low-cost sensors
in their G-CAP line. Their sensors cover 1 - 100% RH. I've been using
HyCal's sensors which are fairly accurate and provide a linear DC output.

  For more info, contact:

     HyCal          : (818) 444-4000
     Philips        : (817) 325-7871
     General Eastern: (800) 225-3208

  - Tom

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>Some one know any Humity sensor?
>Mark Lezama
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1998\03\31@072920 by Larry G. Nelson Sr.

Panametrics makes a nice little one called the MicroCap I think. It has
some voltage limitations but I have used it in the past for a
thermo-Hygrometer design with good luck.

At 10:08 AM 3/16/98 -0400, you wrote:
>Some one know any Humity sensor?
>Mark Lezama
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Larry G. Nelson Sr.

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