Temperature and Humidity Probe

Temperature and Humidity Probe and Sintered Melt Humidity Sensor Cover Manufacturer, HENGKO Always Focus to Supply Better Quality Humidity Probe for Your Senor and Transimitter


Custom Variety Temperature and Humidity Probe Supplier 


The Sensor Probe is the one of most Important Assembly for the Industry Humidity Sensor System,

And for The probe can custom as integrated with the transmitter or be a separate probe to

achieve the remote monitoring of temperature and humidity requirements.


Our humidity sensor and Transmitter we manufactured all are based on ISO-9001 quality control,

We also can help you to make your local certification for your market and sales requires. 


There are also several existing options available at HENGKO. Many of these items can be

also O.E.M to particular measurement performance requirements. Please get in touch with

us if you would like to discuss with us for your humidity transmitter application. 

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OEM Custom Temperature and Humidity Probe


A:  By Usage : 

We will divide the temperature and humidity probe into two types according to the usage.

     1.) General Purpose Probes: mainly universal with all common environments, or no special monitoring

accuracy and range requirements for temperature and humidity monitoring probes

     2.) Special Probes, like high temperature humidity probe and other probe can load high pressure,

           high acidity and alkalinity, high corrosiveness, high requirements, high precision monitoring

           environment, relative humidity probe etc 


B:  By Function : 

According to the function, we divide the probes into four options  

1. Temperature and humidity meter with probe  with Probes,

     this is an integrated transmitter probe with digital or analogue output

2. General temperature and humidity probe, I2C 

3. Probes with dew point detection function 

4. Temperature and Relative Humidity Sensor 

5. Custom temperature and humidity meter with probe, any length for special measurement


humidity probe design for option


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Main Features of Temperature and Humidity Probe


1. Accuracy: High precision, low power consumption, good consistency, ultra-wide voltage input ,

    HENGKO's temperature and humidity probe adopts top quality imported I2C Sensor, which

    has high precision and high stability.

2. Range: Wide Measurement Range and a large range ratio. Temperature and humidity probes

    should be able to measure a wide range of temperature and humidity values, depending on

    the specific application.

3. Waterproof : Temperature and humidity sensor IP66 waterproof and dustproof, strong

    anti-interference ability

4. Quality Sensor Chip : Chip Top brand sensor chips, accurate measurement, wide range,

    ultra-small integrated temperature and humidity sensor module

5. CPU: The sensor probe has a built-in high-performance processor, which better solves

    the problems of space, cost and signal attenuation

6. Response time: Temperature and humidity probes should have a fast response time,

    meaning they should be able to detect changes in temperature and humidity quickly.

7. Durability: HENGKO's Temperature and humidity probes use 316L Stainless Steel

     Sheel that is durable and able to withstand the conditions of the environment in which

     they are used.

8. Connectivity: Temperature and humidity probes may be connected to a data logger or

    other monitoring system, allowing the collected data to be recorded and analyzed.

9. Calibration: Temperature and humidity probes may need to be calibrated periodically

    to ensure that they are accurately measuring temperature and humidity.



Application of Temperature and Humidity Sensor

 The Humidity Probe Can Used to Many Industry, You Can Easy Find in Your Daily Life 


1. Application in the Family

With the improved living standards, people have higher requirements for their living environment. The digital

display electronic clocks, household humidifiers, temperature, humidity meters, and other products on the

market are equipped with temperature and humidity sensors to control indoor temperature and humidity at

any time. Make the living environment more comfortable.


2. Application in Industry

A typical application is that temperature and humidity sensors can be used in wet concrete drying to record

relevant data in a timely and accurate manner, providing reliable data for construction. With the rapid development

of science and technology, the application of temperature and humidity sensors plays an increasingly important

role in different fields.


3. Application in Agriculture and Animal Husbandry

In the production of agriculture and animal husbandry, especially in the production of some cash crops, if it is

necessary to determine the influence of temperature and humidity in the environment on the growth of seedlings, etc.,

it is also necessary to use temperature and humidity sensors for data collection and monitoring, to obtain the best

results. Economic benefits.


4. Application in Archives and Cultural Relics Management

The paper is brittle or damp and moldy in the environment of high and low temperature and high and low humidity,

which will damage the archives and cultural relics and bring unnecessary trouble to various researchers. Applying

temperature and humidity sensors solves the complicated temperature and humidity recording work in the past,

saving money on Costs of archives and heritage conservation. 


Questions for Temperature and Humidity Probe: 


What Does a Humidity Probe Do? 

The humidity probe is very important elements for the humidity sensor or transmitter ect,

have two main functions:

1.  To Protect the sensor inside, need to be have strong structure

2.  Ensure and filter the temperature and humidity to be same in side and outside.

   The Sintered Metal Probe can protect the sansor and transmitter safety that senses,

measures, and reports the relative humidity (RH) of air or determines the amount of

water vapor present in gas mixture (air) or pure gas.


 Why Do I Need a Humidity Sensor? 

For now, many industry care more for the temperature and humidity, because some times, the temperature or 

humidity can affect the quality of your products, special for the storage before shipping. It is related to whether

our engineering project can be carried out smoothly. 


If you need to pay attention to temperature and humidity in the production or storage process of your product,

then we recommend that you use professional temperature and humidity monitoring equipment to pay enough

attention to prevent problems and reduce risks.




 Where Do We Use Humidity Transmitter

For Application in the Industry, Temperature and Humidity Transmitters, also named Humidity sensors, are

most often used in industries such as HVAC systems, food processing, meteorology, microelectronics,

biomedical, agriculture, pharmaceuticals, and structural health monitoring.


Due to the small size of the temperature and humidity and low cost, resistive temperature sensors are

mainly used in domestic, residential, and industrial applications.

Thermal conductive temperature sensors are usually used in drying machines, food dehydration,

pharmaceutical plants, etc. here we list Some of the humidity sensors in various applications below.


Some industries must monitor the temperature and humidity, such as chemicals, refineries, metal, or

others where furnaces need humidity sensors, as high humidity will reduce the amount of oxygen in

the air. Other industries like paper, textile, food processing, etc., also need humidity control for

better-quality products.



During the plant's growth, the soil's moisture is very important, and the plant will grow better if we can

supply or control a suitable temperature and humidity environment. The application of dropper

technology is becoming more and more extensive, especially in modern agricultural planting

represented by greenhouses; one of the important core of an irrigation technique is the need for

precise moisture content for plants. Moreover, indoor vegetation also requires humidity sensors.


Electronics & Semiconductor:

A range of humidity values grades many electronic devices. Generally, this value is between 10

to 50% humidity. Also, the semiconductor fabrication manufacturer must maintain accurate

humidity and temperature values, as even a minute difference can hugely impact production.



Medical equipment like ventilators, sterilizers, incubators, etc., need humidity control.

The humidity sensor is also wildly used in biological processes and pharmaceutical plants.

All the applications mentioned above need temperature and humidity measurement,

which needs to use a humidity sensor or humidity transmitter.



Frequently Asked Questions 


1. What is a temperature and humidity probe, and what is it used for?

    A temperature and humidity probe is a device that measures and records temperature and humidity in a given environment. It is commonly used to monitor the temperature and humidity of a room, greenhouse, or another controlled environment to ensure optimal conditions for plants, animals, or other sensitive materials.


2. How does a temperature and humidity probe work?

    A temperature and humidity probe uses sensors to measure the temperature and humidity in the surrounding environment. The sensors may be located within the probe itself or may be separate sensors connected to the probe via a cable. The probe then sends this data to a device, such as a computer or a smartphone, which displays the temperature and humidity readings in real-time.


3. Can a temperature and humidity probe be used outdoors?

    Many temperatures and humidity probes are designed for outdoor use and can withstand extreme temperatures and weather conditions. However, it is important to ensure that the probe is properly protected from the elements, as prolonged exposure to rain, snow, or extreme temperatures can damage the sensors and affect the accuracy of the readings.


4. How accurate are temperature and humidity probes?

    The accuracy of a temperature and humidity probe can vary depending on the quality and type of sensors used and the surrounding environment. High-quality probes with advanced sensors can provide highly accurate readings, while lower-quality probes may have a larger margin of error.


5. Can a temperature and humidity probe be calibrated?

    Yes, some temperature and humidity probes can be calibrated to ensure that they are providing accurate readings. Calibration involves comparing the probe's readings to a known standard, such as a reference thermometer, and making any necessary adjustments to the probe to ensure that it provides accurate readings.


6. How often should a temperature and humidity probe be calibrated?

   The calibration frequency for a temperature and humidity probe can vary depending on the specific probe and the environment in which it is used. It is a good idea to calibrate the probe periodically, such as once every few months or whenever the readings seem to be consistently off.


7. Can a temperature and humidity probe be used with multiple devices?

    Many temperatures and humidity probes are designed to be used with multiple devices, such as computers, smartphones, or smart home systems. Some probes even come with their app or software that allows you to monitor the readings from your device.


8. How do I set up a temperature and humidity probe?

    Setting up a temperature and humidity probe typically involves connecting the probe to a power source, such as a wall outlet or battery, and then connecting the probe to a device, such as a computer or a smartphone, using a cable or wireless connection. Once the probe is connected, you can use the accompanying software or app to set up the probe and begin monitoring the temperature and humidity readings.


9. How do I clean a temperature and humidity probe?

    To clean a temperature and humidity probe, it is important to use a soft, dry cloth or a cloth that has been dampened with a mild cleaning solution. Avoid using harsh cleaners or abrasive materials, as these can damage the sensors and affect the accuracy of the readings. It is also a good idea to avoid getting water or other liquids inside the probe, as this can cause damage to the sensors or electronics.


10. What are the common causes of error in a temperature and humidity probe?

There are several common causes of errors in temperature and humidity probes:

1.) Physical damage: The probe may be damaged by physical forces, such as being dropped or bumped, which can cause it to give inaccurate readings.
2.) Electrical interference: Electrical interference from other devices, such as power lines or radio frequency transmitters, can affect the accuracy of the probe's readings.
3.) Exposure to extreme temperatures: If the probe is exposed to extreme temperatures, it may produce inaccurate readings. This can be especially true for probes that are not designed to withstand extreme temperatures.
4.) Poor calibration: If the probe has not been properly calibrated, it may produce inaccurate readings.
5.) Age: As a probe ages, it may become less accurate due to wear and tear.
6.) Contamination: If the probe is exposed to contaminants, such as dust or moisture, it may produce inaccurate readings.
7.) Improper storage or handling: If the probe is not stored or handled properly, it may produce inaccurate readings.
8.) Malfunction: The probe may simply malfunction and produce inaccurate readings.
9.) Incorrect placement: If the probe is placed in an inappropriate location, it may produce inaccurate readings.
10.) To minimize errors and improve the accuracy of temperature and humidity probes, it is important to handle and store them properly, calibrate them regularly, and avoid exposing them to extreme temperatures or contaminants.


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