Vaisala - Accessories
vNet PoE Interface for Data Loggers (Power over Ethernet)
Using this Vaisala vNet PoE interface, Vaisala data loggers can be connected to your existing IT network with a simple click.
The built-in PoE Technology (Power over Ethernet), which provides electrical power to devices along the Ethernet data line, allows a secure connection without additional cables or power supplies whilst at the same time facilitating a simple installation. Given that PoE power supply is usually backed up by emergency supply, this results in additional security, making the installation of a central monitoring system a breeze.
Transmitters (Transducers) for Demanding Industrial Applications
Select from a variety of transmitters for humidity & temperature, pressure, dew point and carbon dioxide (CO2).
Transmitters can be operated autonomously or can be connected to Vaisalas monitoring system "viewLinc".
Increase efficiency and productivity in critical areas such as life sciences, food, microelectronics and automotive. Whether in cleanrooms, laboratories, incubators, climate chambers, warehouses or other sensitive areas, our products - well respected throughout the industry and known for their precision and reliability - help you minimize downtime.
Protective Case for Vaisala Humidity Data Logger
Waterproof and breathable protection against moisture and dust, developed specifically for the DL2000 data logger series.
A wet humidity sensor is saturated and remains unreliable until it is completely dried. This protective case enables reliable recording of relative humidity in wet environments that have a tendency to splash water, or even if air contamination is present. Sealable via Velcro strap.
USB Cable for Vaisala Data Loggers
This 1.5 meter long USB cable allows Vaisala data loggers to be connected to a standard USB interface port. Delivery includes the required USB driver software.
This durable carrying case is perfect for validation and mapping applications, providing room for up to 24 data loggers.
Equipped with anti-static foam; separate cable compartment.
Temperature Attenuation Block
The thermal mass of the block is used to provide inertia against temperature fluctuations to suppress unwanted alarms, as often occurring when fridge or freezer doors are opened for loading and unloading.
A simple yet elegant and hygienic alternative to commonly used attenuation materials such as glycol or sand.
Comparison of temperature recordings in a refrigerator with and without an attenuation block.
The influence of the temperature block with the Vaisala TMP115 temperature measurement probe