The Edgetech Instruments COM.AIR is Now Available with the X3 High-Performance Dewpoint Sensor

The Edgetech Instruments Inc. COM.AIR dewpoint monitor is now available with the company’s X3 high performance primary method chilled mirror sensor, offering the highest level of reliability and accuracy available in compressed air system dewpoint measurement.

The Edgetech Instruments X3 chilled mirror sensor is specifically designed to measure the dew/frost point under demanding conditions. The sensor’s minimized sample cavity results in rapid dry-down times, fast response and quick detection of upset conditions. Its chamber design and high efficiency heat exchanger result in the ability to measure very low frost points.

This primary method dewpoint measurement technology is fully NIST traceable utilizing a chilled mirror sensor, the most accurate dewpoint sensor type available, to deliver consistent drift-free measurement without regular calibration or sensor replacement.

The COM.AIR is a complete dewpoint monitoring system. Its ruggedized aluminum NEMA-12 enclosure houses the sensor control circuitry as well as flow control, and is easily wall-mounted to conserve space. Only a sample line and power connections are needed for the system to be made operational.

The COM.AIR also offers a programmable Automatic Balance Control (ABC) cycle which corrects for the light reducing effects of mirror contaminates and allows for continuous monitoring and virtually maintenance-free operation.

Edgetech Instruments Inc. designs and manufacturers accurate and reliable absolute humidity hygrometers, relative humidity transmitters, humidity probes, moisture analyzers, relative humidity calibrators, dew point generators and oxygen measurement instrumentation. Edgetech Instruments products are manufactured and calibrated to the highest industry standards in a modern, ISO 9001:2015 registered facility with an ISO/IEC 17025:2017 accredited calibration laboratory, located in Hudson, Massachusetts, USA. All calibrations and certifications are traceable to NIST