A Guide To Temperature And Humidity Sensors For Different Fields

Temperature and humidity sensors are devices that measure the environment’s temperature and humidity levels. They can be used in many fields, such as agriculture, industrial processes, health care, and meteorology.

Uses of Temperature and Humidity Sensors

In agriculture, temperature and humidity sensors are used to monitor greenhouse conditions, soil moisture, and water levels in irrigation systems. Industrial processes such as batch drying, curing, and fermentation often relies on temperature and humidity sensors to ensure optimal conditions. Healthcare applications include environmental monitoring in hospitals and long-term care facilities, as well as home health monitoring for patients with chronic conditions. Meteorological applications of temperature and humidity sensors include weather forecasting and climate research.

Saftty: Provide You with AHT21B Temperature and Humidity Sensor

An integrated temperature and humidity sensor module called AHT21B was created based on the AHT20. The product has an upgraded MEMS semiconductor capacitive humidity sensing element, a standard on-chip temperature sensing element and a newly built ASIC dedicated chip. The PCB board uses immersion gold technology to increase the product’s lifespan; it outputs calibrated digital signals in the standard I2C format, has strong anti-interference capabilities, high precision, high quality, and high stability, among other qualities; its performance has reached an international standard, and it is the best option for domestically produced goods to replace imported ones. Before leaving the factory, every sensor was rigorously calibrated and tested to verify that it would work for the large-scale applications required by clients.


Saftty AHT21B temperature and humidity sensors can be applied to different other application fields which need to detect and control temperature and humidity. If you still have questions, feel free to reach out to us and we’ll be happy to help you choose the right sensor for your application.

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