Reliable sensor helps farmers

Published:  27 January, 2014

MICHELL INSTRUMENTS is helping to increase the number of healthy chicks hatched in farms across Europe with its I7000 Hygrosmart temperature and relative humidity sensors.

The I7000 Hygrosmart temperature and relative humidity sensor can provide highly reliable and accurate measurements of these key parameters for chick hatching. The sensor is accurate to ±2%RH and to ±0.2°C and is highly stable with less than 1% RH drift over a year to maintain the ideal hatching conditions over time. The small yet robust sensor is also easily interchangeable with a simple ‘plug and play’ system, which means that farmers can maintain the accuracy of their RH and temperature measurements in the incubator themselves. The easy procedure takes only few minutes saving time is said to be extremely cost efficient.

t: 01353 658 000

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