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Wireless Humidity Sensor with 3 Foot probe (AA)


The wireless humidity sensor uses a 3 foot external probe to measure the relative humidity of the air surrounding the sensor (at the end of the probe). Ideal for monitoring humidity within greenhouses, industrial spaces, museums, saunas and humidors. They can also be used for residential applications such as controlling mold, mildew or dust mites. User customization allows you to set the frequency of readings and the ability to set thresholds for alerts.

Wireless Humidity Sensor with 3 Foot probe (AA) - Commercial Grade, AA Battery Powered Wireless Humidity Sensor with 3 Foot probe (AA),900MHz
Part No. Description Price Stock
MNS-8-RH-W2-LD Commercial Grade, AA Battery Powered Wireless Humidity Sensor with 3 Foot probe (AA),868MHz $129
MNS-9-RH-W2-LD Commercial Grade, AA Battery Powered Wireless Humidity Sensor with 3 Foot probe (AA),900MHz $129
MNS-4-RH-W2-LD Commercial Grade, AA Battery Powered Wireless Humidity Sensor with 3 Foot probe (AA),433MHz $139
∗ Standard lead time is 2 weeks

This sensor is powered by 2 AA batteries for extra long life and the new flanged housing allows for easy mounting to various surfaces.
Note: While temperature and dewpoint are provided in the sensor data, notifications can only be set for relative humidity level, battery level and inactivity. This sensor does not provide notifications based on temperature or dewpoint levels.

Packing List


  • Wireless Sensor
  • Mounting Screws
  • AA Batteries

Features


  • 900/868/433 MHz Operating Frequency
  • 2 Replaceable AA 1.5 V Batteries
  • 250 - 300 ft. non-line-of-sight device range*
  • At 1 hour heartbeat setting, included AA batteries will last more than 4 Years. **
  • FCC and IC certified.
  • Scientific grade sensor.
  • +/- 1.8% accuracy (between 10% - 90% RH).
  • 3 ft external humidity probe.
  • Mounting flanges for easy securement

* Actual range may vary depending on environment.
** Battery life is determined by sensor reporting frequency and other variables.