|Operating Temperature||-20 to 70 Deg C|
|Power Supply||24 V DC|
|Output||4 - 20 mA|
The Dew Point is the lowest temperature that allows water vapour to remain in a gas without condensing to a liquid state. As the air or gas temperature drops, its ability to absorb water vapour drops until it becomes completely saturated and below this dew point temperature, water droplets will start to form.
Measuring the dew point can be a simple process and should be continuously monitored according to the plant risk analysis recommendations. This needs to occur at the drying plant before the distribution network and also at critical points of use. By measuring the dew point, efficient control of the drying/filtering system can be achieved to optimise the running costs of the compressed air/gas system.