E+E Elektronik GmbH

Address:
Langwiesen 7
Engerwitzdorf
4209
Austria

Phone: +43 7235 605 0

Fax: +43 7235 605 8

Web: www.epluse.com

As a specialist for sensors E+E Elektronik produces humidity sensors, CO2 sensors, mass flow sensors, transmitters, hand-held meters, dataloggers and calibrators for the measurement of relative humidity, moisture in oil, dewpoint, air velocity, mass flow, CO2 and temperature. E+E also operates a nationally accredited calibration lab and is appointed to maintain the "National Standard for Humidity and air velocity in Austria".


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Flow meter identifies savings in compressed air supply

Flow meter identifies savings in compressed air supply
The monitoring of compressed air consumption ensures cost transparency and helps cutting energy costs by identifying potential savings. The EE741 in-line flow meter from E+E Elektronik measures the consumption of compressed air and technical gases. Due to its modular design, the compact device is suitable for pipe diameters from DN15 to DN50 (1/2in. to 2in.).
25th October 2017

Transmitter offers high accuracy of ±2 % RH

Transmitter offers high accuracy of ±2 % RH
The EE220 transmitter from E+E Elektronik measures relative humidity and temperature in the range from -40 °C to 80 °C (-40 °F to 176 °F) with a high accuracy of ±2 % RH and ±0.1 °C (±0.18 °F). The basis unit can be fitted with various pluggable and interchangeable sensing probes.
1st September 2017

Transmitter calculates the dew point temperature

Transmitter calculates the dew point temperature
Measuring CO2, temperature and relative humidity and calculating the dew point temperature, the EE800 transmitter has been introduced by E+E Elektronik. Versions with the Modbus RTU or BACnet MS/TP interface also calculate absolute humidity, mixing ratio, specific enthalpy, frost point temperature and partial water vapour pressure. They can be easily integrated into a bus system for building automation or automatic indoor climate control.
13th August 2015


Temperature sensors now available with 0-10V or 4-20mA outputs

Temperature sensors now available with 0-10V or 4-20mA outputs
  The latest temperature sensors from E+E Elektronik are now available with 0-10V or 4-20mA outputs. The compact, innovative housing and mounting concept with protection class IP65 / NEMA 4 facilitates extremely simple and fast installation of the sensors.
8th June 2015

New Temperature Sensor Series for HVAC and Building Technology

New Temperature Sensor Series for HVAC and Building Technology
E+E Elektronik expands its product range with various sensors for passive temperature measurement for HVAC and building technology. The compact, innovative enclosure with protection class IP65/NEMA 4 facilitates easy and fast installation of the sensors. Due to external mounting holes the sensors can be installed with closed housing, which protects the device from building site contamination. The new temperature sensors line matches the design of the successful E+E humidity, CO2 and air velocity sensors. The result is a comprehensive HVAC sensor choice, with a uniform look, from a single manufacturer.
12th March 2015

Humidity & temperature transmitter suits HVAC

Humidity & temperature transmitter suits HVAC
The EE150 humidity & temperature transmitter has been optimised specifically for use in the HVAC and building technology sectors. The housing concept, compact design and 6mm probe simplify mounting of the transmitter, which results in minimised installation costs. The IP65/NEMA 4 enclosure provides optimal protection of the electronics and the capacitive E+E humidity sensor element guarantees long-term stable measurement results.
23rd February 2015

Humidity/temperature transmitter conforms to IECEx

Humidity/temperature transmitter conforms to IECEx
The intrinsically safe EE300Ex humidity & temperature transmitter from E+E Elektronik conforms to the European ATEX Directive and now also to the international IECEx and the FM classification specifically relevant to the USA and Canada. This makes the device suitable for worldwide usage in explosion hazard areas.
21st January 2015

Probe adds CO2 leak location to transmitter functions

Probe adds CO2 leak location to transmitter functions
Now available for the Omniport 30 hand-held transmitter from E+E Elektronik is a CO2 probe with a measurement range of 0…2000 / 5000 / 10,000ppm. This means that the device can be used for ambient air monitoring or for CO2 leak localisation. Other E+E probes for humidity, temperature and air velocity and the integrated air pressure sensor make the Omniport 30 a universal transmitter for a variety of applications.
17th December 2014

In-line transmitter copes with harsh environments

In-line transmitter copes with harsh environments
The EE354 in-line transmitter from E+E Elektronik is specifically optimised for dew point monitoring of refrigeration dryers. With its compact design and small dimensions the transmitter is ideal for use in harsh applications with space constraints. It is suitable for dew point monitoring in the range of -20 to +50°C Td. It features a high accuracy of ±1°C Td in the typical operating range of a refrigeration dryer, -3 to +20°C Td.
19th November 2014

Hand-held meter measures water content in oils

Hand-held meter measures water content in oils
The new hand-held meter OILPORT 30 from E+E Elektronik accurately measures the water activity (aw) and temperature (T), and calculates the absolute water content x (ppm) of industrial oils. The user can store up to ten sets of oil specific parameters in the hand-held to be used for correct calculations of the water content in various oils.
21st October 2014

Compact air flow transmitter meets mass HVAC applications

E+E Elektronik has launched a miniature air flow transmitter, the EE671 that measures air velocity up to 20 m/s. It has a compact design to meet mass applications in HVAC. The flow sensing element sets new standards in terms of accuracy and resistance to pollutants. The built-in VTQ flow sensing element based on thin-film technology works on the hot-film anemometer principle.
27th August 2014


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