ACR-News
5 November 2018

Webinar: Field-checking and maintenance of HVAC humidity and CO2 sensors

All measurement devices, even those of the highest performance, will drift over time; it is only a question of how much and how quickly.

The more critical the application is, the more frequently calibration of the sensor is required.

Field-checking HVAC measurement sensors ensures that they provide accurate and reliable data, which reduces operating costs and saves energy.

In this webinar, you will learn about:

  • The importance of field calibration
  • What causes sensors to drift
  • The field-checking process
  • How to reliably measure CO2 and Relative Humidity (RH)

Listen to the webinar here.

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