Fisherbrand™ Traceable™ Humidity-On-A-Card™ Humidity Monitor
Ideal for use with bottles, chemicals, plastic bags, electronics, desiccators and storage containers
Fisherbrand™ Traceable™ Alarm RH/Temperature Monitor
Monitors round-the-clock for critical experimental requirements.
Fisherbrand™ 33% Calibration Standard with calibration instructions
33% Calibration Standard With Calibration Instructions
Fisherbrand™ Traceable™ Jumbo Thermo-Humidity Meter
Fast-response, solid-state sensors show changes in relative humidity, ambient temperature, and (with probe) external temperature in under 30 seconds
Fisherbrand™ Traceable™ Memory Hygrometer/Thermometer
Simultaneously displays both temperature and relative humidity on dual 1.12 in. high LCD.
Fisherbrand™ GIANT-DIGITS™ Radio Atomic Traceable Clock with Humidity
Fisherbrand GIANT-DIGITS™ Radio Atomic Traceable Clock with Humidity allows users to view time, temperature and humidity from anywhere in the lab
Fisherbrand™ Certified Traceable™ Digital Hygrometer/Thermometers
Meet critical experimental requirements, perform routine measurements, and fulfill all quality control needs.
Fisherbrand™ Traceable™ Radio-Signal Hygrometer/Thermometer
Monitors humidity and temperature from up to 100 ft. away—even outdoors. Remote sensor displays current temperature and humidity
Fisherbrand™ Traceable™ Humidity/Temperature Pen with Memory
Ideal for monitoring RH in labs and plants
Dickson™ Microprocessor-Based Temperature/Humidity/Dew Point Recorder Replacement Parts: Charts
Circular, paper charts for use with Dickson Temperature/Humidity/Dew Point Recorder.
Fisherbrand™ Traceable™ Thermometer/Clock/Humidity Monitor
Measures ambient temperature, relative humidity and tells time
Dickson™ Microprocessor-Based Temperature/Humidity/Dew Point Recorder Replacement Parts: Pen Set
Replacement pens for Temperature/Humidity/Dew Point Recorder
Fisherbrand™ Traceable™ Humidity Meter
Retains highest and lowest readings recorded over selected period
Fisherbrand™ Certified Traceable™ Digital Hygrometer/Thermometer
Designed for cleanrooms, hoods, process control, and air monitoring.
Fisherbrand™ Traceable™ Temperature/Humidity Meter
Simultaneously displays humidity, dew point and temperature
Fisherbrand™ Traceable™ Humidity/Temperature Meter/Recorder
Ideal for monitoring conditions in chambers, cleanrooms, food processing facilities, scientific laboratories, and other humidity-sensitive areas
Fisherbrand™ TraceableGO™ Bluetooth Datalogging Hygrometer
Fisherbrand TraceableGO™ Bluetooth Datalogging Hygrometer fills in the unknowns between destinations
Oakton™ Digi-Sense™ Precalibrated Professional Thermohygrometer
Compact, lightweight design for accurate measurements anywhere!
Fisherbrand™ Traceable™ Clock/Thermometer/Humidity Meter
Battery-operated, wall-mounted unit has 9.75 in. dial
Fisherbrand™ Remote Sensor Module for Traceable™ Radio-Signal Remote Hygrometer/Thermometer
Remote sensor module for Traceable radio-signal remote hygrometer/thermometer
Labconco™ Hand-Held Digital Hygrometer
Measures both percent relative humidity and temperature in °F or °C. Sensing probe wand allows for more ergonomic probing of hard to reach sampling areas.
H-B Instrument™ Durac™ Electronic Thermometer-Hygrometers
Designed with waterproof temperature probe
Fisherbrand™ TraceableGO™ Bluetooth Datalogging Thermometer
Fisherbrand TraceableGO™ Bluetooth Datalogger fills in the unknowns between destinations
H-B Instrument™ Durac™ Panel Mount Electronic Thermometer-Hygrometer
Temperature and humidity both can be displayed simultaneously
Oakton™ Digi-Sense Precalibrated Thermohygrometers
Digi-Sense™ Precalibrated Thermohygrometers are Ideal for use in the HVAC, IAQ, and environmental industries
Fisherbrand™ Traceable™ Humidity Controller
Ideal for switching your electrical equipment on or off at any 1% increment from 30 to 90% relative humidity.
Fisherbrand™ Traceable™ Digital Humidity/Temperature Meter
Displays relative humidity from 10.0 to 95.0% with resolution of 0.1% and accuracy of 1.5%
Hygrometers are used to measure the amount of water vapor or humidity in the atmosphere, soil, or other spaces. Instruments that measure humidity typically also measure temperature, pressure, mass, or even a mechanical or electrical change in a substance that absorbs moisture because those factors can also affect humidity.
The first recorded invention of a hygrometer was by Leonardo da Vinci in 1480. Electronic devices use the condensation temperature (also called the dew point), the point of full vapor saturation. Other devices detect and measure changes in a material’s capacitance or resistance to determine humidity. Resistive humidity meters measure the changes in the ability of a substance to hold a static charge. Capacitor-based hygrometers measure the change in the ability of the material to transmit electricity. Most of these instruments are designed to report results as relative humidity (RH). Relative humidity is a calculation of the percentage of water saturation relative to the maximum saturation at a specific temperature.
Hygrometers are used in greenhouses, incubators, saunas, humidors, and museums. They can be used to help protect items like wooden musical instruments that can be damaged by too much or too little humidity.
Hygrometers are useful in the coating industry because paints and other coatings can be sensitive to humidity and dew point, which affect their successful application.