Evaluation of Electronic Temperature/Relative Humidity Sensors

by D. A. Dusek,
T. A. Howell,
J. L. Steiner,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Management of Irrigation and Drainage Systems: Integrated Perspectives

Abstract: Temperature and relative humidity measurements are routine parameters required for most agricultural meteorological applications. Reliable measurements of relative humidity, especially at remotely located weather stations, are extremely difficult to obtain. This study was undertaken to evaluate a number of commercial temperature/relative humidity sensors in the Southern High Plains environment for use in automated weather stations.

Subject Headings: Humidity | Probe instruments | Route preferences | Temperature effects | Agriculture | Light rail transit

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