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Temperature and relative humidity

Temperature and relative humidity transmitters and controllers are available in different enclosures. They measure temperature and relative humidity. Temperature and relative humidity have a direct impact on the sense of well-being and comfort of the residents. Dry air leads to dry skin, itchy eyes, and irritated nasal passages. Too high relative humidity degrees will result in condensation forming on windows, walls and ceilings that are colder than the air temperature and potentially damaging building materials and causing odours in poorly ventilated spaces. Since temperature and relative humidity are the basic parameters determining the comfort and well-being of residents, most Sentera sensors can measure or control these.
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