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HONEYWELL S&C HCH-1000-001 HUMIDITY SENSOR Arduino projects robots NEW

Capacitive humidity sensor

The HCH-1000 series humidity sensor is a capacitive polymer sensor designed for relative humidity measurement. The sensor converts humidity value into capacitance, which can be measured electronically. Polyimide is used as a humidity sensing material because of its inherent IC (Integrated Circuit) processing compatibility, reduced temperature dependence and enhanced resistance against contamination. The HCH-1000-Series is manufactured using semiconductor technology.
The sensor consists of a grid top electrode, a polyimide layer, and a bottom electrode. The grid top electrode on the bottom electrode provides enhanced sensitivity when compared to that of a standard structure. A cased version, for dust protection, and an uncased version are available.
Polymer sensing offers enhanced resistance against contamination
• Reduced temperature dependence
• Semiconductor fabrication technology
• Uses glass wafer as substrate
• Enhanced sensitivity and accuracy, fast response
• Low hysteresis and long-term stability
Hygrometers, consumer goods
• Humidifiers and dehumidifiers
• Medical
• Automotive
• HVAC systems
• Weather stations
Capacitance: 330pF
•Humidity Accuracy ±: 2%
•Humidity Range: 0% to 100% RH
•Humidity Range: 0% to 100% RH
•Operating Temperature Max: 120 °C
•Operating Temperature Max: 120°C
•Operating Temperature Min: -40 °C
•Operating Temperature Min: -40°C
•Operating Temperature Range: -40°C to +120°C
•Operating Temperature Range: -40°C to +120°C
•Response Time: 15 s
•Response Time: 15s
•RoHS Compliant: Yes
•SVHC: No SVHC (20-Jun-2013)
•Sensing Accuracy: 2%
•Sensitivity: ± 2%
•Sensitivity (pF/%RH): 0.6


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