Vaisala DMT143 Dewpoint Transmitter
Miniature DRYCAP dewpoint transmitter is an ideal choice for small industrial dryers and other OEM applications
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- Miniature size small industrial dryer applications
- Vaisala DRYCAP technology with auto-calibration
- Long calibration interval saves maintenance costs
- Dew point measurement -76 to 140°F (-60 to 60°C)
- ±3.6ºF (±2ºC) accuracy
- Withstands condensation
- Fast response time
- Compatible with DRYCAP DM70 dewpoint meter
- NIST traceable calibration (certificate included)
- Easy servicing & data transfer via RS485 user interface
- LED alarm for exceeded dew point level
The Vaisala DMT143 Dewpoint Transmitter is a miniature dew point measurement instrument ideal for small commercial drying applications. The transmitter can also be installed directly into pressurized systems at 50 bar (725 psia) maximum pressure. Long-term accuracy and stability is achieved with proven Vaisala DRYCAP technology.
The DMT14 can withstand getting wet which allows it to perform exceptionally well in applications that occasionally experience process water spikes-- such as pipeline condensation during a system failure or start-up. The sensor is also highly resistant to particulate contamination, oil vapor and most chemicals, and is insensitive to the flow rate.
Due to its small size and light weight, the DMT143 is quickly and easily installed in tight spaces or in small-size pipelines. The alarm LED indicates too high dew point in the process. The trigger point is preset at the factory. It can be later adjusted with the Vaisala DRYCAP Hand-Held Dewpoint Meter DM70 or a PC. The DMT143 has a variety of features to choose from, including different output, installation options and alarm LED.
The calibration interval of the DMT143 is two years. Additionally, the Vaisala DRYCAP Hand-Held Dewpoint Meter DM70 can be used to confirm the performance of the DMT143 without disconnecting the transmitter. The auto-calibration software works on-line while the process is running. If the measurement accuracy is not confirmed, corrections are made automatically.