Integrated Temperature and Humidity Sensor Solutions Cut Costs,
Time to Market, and Provide Industry Leading Performance
MINNEAPOLIS, October 24, 2013 – Honeywell (http://sensing.honeywell.com/
The Honeywell HumidIcon™ sensor’s proven accuracy eliminates the need for individual test and calibration as there is no part-to-part variation in accuracy, which shortens manufacturing time. Industry-leading, long-term stability helps support system uptime by eliminating the need to service or replace the sensor during its application life, and eliminates the need to regularly recalibrate the sensor in the application, which can be inconvenient and costly. Competitive humidity sensors require a 12 hour at 75 %RH rehydration process (which
requires special equipment chambers) to correct reflow temperature offset. Honeywell’s sensor only requires a five-hour rehydration under ambient conditions (>50 %RH).
The HumidIcon™ Series (6000, 7000, 8000, and 9000) offers customers the ability to choose housing style (SIP 4-Pin or SOIC-8 SMD), filter (hydrophobic filter or no filter), output (I2C or SPI), and packaging (tape and boxed, tape and reel, or samples on tape). Refer to the HumidIcon™ datasheets (http://sensing.honeywell.com/
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