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Michell launches smallest and fastest portable in range

01 October 2009

Michell Instruments' new MDM300 Advanced Dew Point Hygrometer demonstrates that size really does matter.

At just 21cm by 17cm, weighing 1.5kg, and with a battery life of up to 48 hours typical usage, it enables the user to take field measurements with the minimum of fuss. New developments in Michell's ceramic sensor technology have dramatically reduced the response time for low dew points, allowing for many more measurements to be taken each day.

The MDM300 also has an innovative ergonomic design, with all the buttons easily accessible while the instrument is held comfortably in both hands. All measurement parameters are available at the touch of a button and the password protected set-up menu is simple to navigate and intuitive to use. Both instrument set-up and downloading of logged data are easy with a Bluetooth connection that comes as standard.

To maximise flexibility, external sensors can be easily connected and used to measure and display pressure and temperature. These parameters can also be used to provide pressure and temperature compensated measurements improving accuracy and allowing users to choose from a range of measurement parameters.

A number of cost-effective and easily portable sampling systems are available for the MDM300 to ensure accurate measurements and help to prolong the life of the sensor. These range from simple fixed orifices for low pressure measurement all the way to high-quality configurable sampling systems for pressures up to 400 barg, designed for use in natural gas and other demanding process environments.


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