Measurement News 2016

Published:  22 April, 2016

Last year, ROTRONIC AG celebrated its 50th anniversary! Founded originally for server cabinet systems, we have since gained a reputation for solutions involving relative humidity and temperature. Both in Switzerland and in the export marketplace.

We have our finger on the pulse of the market, and our innovative R&D team and far-sighted product management team continually react to the ever-changing requirements in the areas of measurement, monitoring and control. We can thus offer you state-of-the-art products for new parameters, in addition to humidity and temperature.

Our product range now includes solutions for measuring low dew point, water activity, differential pressure, process pressure, airflow and indoor CO2. In addition, our development department supports customer-specific product portfolios.

Depending on the needs of the market, different parameters can be combined in one device. An example of this is the CF1 measurement transducer. This combines relative humidity, temperature and CO2, and thus saves costs and installation time. The CRP5 cleanroom panel is also a true all-rounder. In native mode, it measures relative humidity, temperature, pressure, and differential pressure, but its advanced analog and digital communications capabilities permit easy enhancement for further monitoring tasks.

I am convinced that, together with you, we will succeed in developing problem-oriented solutions for your specific challenging requirements. A few interesting sample applications in which Rotronic was able to provide suitable solutions for the monitoring of various parameters are described on the following pages.

Together with the entire Rotronic Measurement Solutions team, I wish you enjoyable reading, and look forward to hearing from you!

James Pickering
Department Manager
Measurement Solutions / Sales

Format: .pdf (2.36mb)
Length: 20 pages
Type: White Paper

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