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KIMO sensor transmitters are available from Chevrier Instruments.

KIMO sensor transmitters, available from Chevrier Instruments, are suitable for use in any industry, process or indoor climate. Many models are available, from the simplest to the most complete, to meet the needs of a wide range of applications.

A model for any type of measurement

KIMO’s lineup of monostats includes models that measure:

  • Temperature from -100 to 400 degrees C;
  • Humidity from five to 95 per cent relative humidity, and from -20 to 80 degrees C;
  • Pressure from ±100 pa to ±2,000 mbar;
  • Carbon monoxide from zero to 500 parts per million; and
  • Air quality from zero to 5,000 parts per million (CO2).

These units come in a waterproof housing and are ideal for refrigeration and air conditioning applications. They offer quick installation, simple setup, and have the capability to trigger a relay when a predefined threshold is reached, as well as both a visual and sound alarm.

In addition, KIMO’s Class 110 sensor transmitters consist of models that measure:

  • Temperature humidity from five to 95 per cent relative humidity, and from -20 to 80 degrees C;
  • Humidity from five to 95 per cent relative humidity;
  • Air velocity from zero to 30 m/s, and from zero to 50 degrees C;
  • Pressure from ±100 pa to ±2,000 mbar;
  • Atmospheric pressure from 800 to 1,100 hPa;
  • Temperature from -100 to 400 degrees C; and
  • Air quality from zero to 500 parts per million (CO), and from zero to 5,000 parts per million (CO2).

These units also come in a waterproof housing, and are ideal for refrigeration, industrial, OEM and air conditioning applications. Analogue outputs are automatically adapted to the configured measuring scale via dip switches on the devices or via software.

Additional details

Models for photovoltaic and thermal installations control, as well as cleanroom environments, are also available.

To learn more about the wide selection of KIMO sensor transmitters available from Chevrier Instruments, visit the company’s website.

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