Electronics Humidity & Pressure Control Devices

RS supply products to help control humidity and pressure within electronics systems and enclosures. Products such as pressure compensation plugs, drain plugs, hygrostats and humidity indicators are all supplied, ready to keep your electronics protected and productive.
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These sense the relative humidity in an enclosure ...
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These sense the relative humidity in an enclosure with electric/electronic components and turn on a heater at the set point, helping prevent the formation of condensation in the enclosure. The adjustment knob contains an LED which indicates when the connected heater is in operation. Adjustable and pre-set relative humidityOptical operating ...
These sense the relative humidity in an enclosure ...
Description:
These sense the relative humidity in an enclosure with electric/electronic components and turn on a heater at the set point, helping prevent the formation of condensation in the enclosure. The adjustment knob contains an LED which indicates when the connected heater is in operation. Adjustable and pre-set relative humidityOptical operating ...
EFL 012 Electronic Hygrostats will register the surrounding ...
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EFL 012 Electronic Hygrostats will register the surrounding relative humidity and can switch a signal current using an internal relay. EFL 012 models can directly control signal processing devices. There is an LED integrated into the adjustment knob which shows the closed status of the contact 1-2. When the relative ...
All desiccators are chemical resistant. Black polycarbonate, panel ...
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All desiccators are chemical resistant. Black polycarbonate, panel mounting desiccators to control humidity in electronic and electrical enclosuresSilica Gel - humidity indicators monitor saturation and show when reactivation is required (4 hours at 120°C in a ventilated oven)Resistant to alcohols, ethers, hydrocarbons, weak acids and bases.