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ECT Air Temperature Sensor
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ECT Air Temperature Sensor

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Measure air temperature

The simple ECT Air Temperature Sensor is an easy-to-use research-grade sensor for measuring the temperature of air (when used with the radiation shield), or other materials. (For all-in-one weather monitoring, see the ATMOS 41 weather station).

 

Weatherproof for long-term use

The sensor is completely waterproof, submersible, and designed for continuous outdoor use.

 

Plug and play technology

The ECT can be used with either the Em5b logger or the EM50/EM60/ZL6 data logger series.  However, typical EM50/EM60/ZL6 series logger users prefer to measure humidity in conjunction with their air temperature measurements using the ATMOS 14 Vapor Pressure, Temperature, Barometric Pressure, and Relative Humidity sensor, instead of the ECT Temperature Sensor.

Specifications

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Temperature accuracy -40 to -20 °C: ±1.0 °C
5 to 40 °C: ±0.5 °C
40 to 50 °C and -20 to 5 °C: better than ±1.0 °C
Temperature resolution 0.1 °C
Temperature range -40 °C to 50 °C
Measurement speed 10 ms (milliseconds
Sensor type Thermistor
Output 320 to 1000 mV @ 3 V excitation
Operating environment -40 °C to 50 °C
Power 2.5 VDC @ 2 mA, to 3.6 VDC @ 7 mA
Cable length 3 m
Cable connector types 3.5 mm "stereo" plug
Sensor dimensions 3 cm x 0.75 cm
Data logger compatibility (not exclusive) METER EM50/EM60 Series, ZL6 series, ZSC, and ProCheck
Warranty One year, parts and labor

FAQ's

How do I assemble the anemometer mast?

 

The anemometer mast is suitable to mount METER’s above-ground sensors: ATMOS 41, ATMOS 22, ATMOS 14, PAR, PYR, IRT, SRS, PHYTOS 31, ECRN-100, ECRN-50, and ECT.  For assembly, read: “Anemometer Mast Assembly Instructions“.

Downloads

RT-1/ECT Quick Start Quickstart Guide PDF, 1.552MB
Anemometer Mast Assembly Instructions Manual PDF, 0.527MB

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