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Siemens QFA3000.BU Room Humidity Sensor with Relative Humidity 2

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Siemens QFA3000.BU Room Humidity Sensor with Relative Humidity 2

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Product description

The Siemens QFA Room Relative Humidity Sensors monitor and transmit changes in relative humidity to the building control systems. These units are especially suited for applications where precise, stable humidity sensing is required. This unit utilizes the Series 1000 housing style. The Series 1000 housing incorporates a ring of ventilation slots around the outside of the cover, in order to facilitate airflow to the sensing element and accuracy of measurement. This unit provides sensing only and features a +/- 2-Percent humidity accuracy rating, 0 to 10V output signal and a Desert Beige-colored cover.

Siemens QFA3000.BU Room Humidity Sensor with Relative Humidity 2

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