The HH414 is a low cost, high performance handheld temperature and humidity meter with data logging capability. It offers a four variable display to show the temperature and humidity form a handheld probe and a separate K type thermocouple connected via a standard SMP type miniature connector to the T2 input along with a real time clock. High and Lo alarms can be set to T1, T2, and RH inputs. The temperature/humidity probe uses a semiconductor and polymer capacitive sensor. Windows® based software for Windows XP or above and USB interface cables allow real time or recorded data to be read by a PC.
HH414 includes Meter, 9V battery, Universal AC/9V Power Supply and plug adapters, Calibration Certificate, K-type thermocouple, Combination Temperature/Humidity Probe, USB Cable, Free software to download from website, and hard black carrying case
Rated 3 out of
Field service engineer V from
HH414 not up to the task and a disappointmentThe HH414 is being offered without any choice as the replacement for the HH311 and HH314 which I have used religiously for a decade. The HH414 has proved so far to be a disappointment in many ways. There is no adjustment for the add on K type probe (T2) making it a useless reference and adding to the confusion if you use it at all. The main probe with Temperature/humidity sensor has been graced with offsets which you will find yourself looking for if you care about accuracy. The T1 reading sometimes displays hash marks for a long time when powered on as if it can't find the probe. The remote cable has a telephone style cord that is so tough it is next to impossible to use on an environment that has an inner and outer door. This remote cord should not have any re-coils on it, it should be a straight section of insulated wire so that is really can be used remotely. The HH414 also has alarms That have adjustable ranges? I don't know who thought this would be useful when the adjustment ranges were clipped at 20 or 30% short of where the instrument would be used. It's a reference so won't you be looking at it anyway? This has the look and feel of a cheaply made meter with poorly thought out bells and whistles(literally) instead of real utility, robust construction and accuracy, like the HH311 and HH314. If its not broke don't fix it with a new product unless you know what you are doing. What a disappointment.
Date published: 2021-03-28
Rated 5 out of
D A J from
Handheld Temperature /Humidity Meter with USB 32KMeter works well as it is set up in a test chamber, easy to use and easy to log data
Hi, what are the range temperature and humidity that it can mesure?
Asked by: moun1992
See previous answer. Remote probe temp range ( -20 to 60 C) RH range (0 to 95% non condensing)
Answered by: Application Engineer JB
Date published: 2021-01-13
Hi, please what is the range of temperature and gumidity that it can measure? and is there a software to download for the measurements? thank you
Asked by: moun1992
Thankyou for the inquiry. Please see previous note for measured temperature and humidity ranges. There is software for download of data. The software is linked on this product page.
Answered by: NorwalkAE
Date published: 2021-01-03
Test Piet · a year ago
Like question for HH314A, I Want to make an Excel driver (like LabView VI) to get the Humidity and temperature value from the unit to put into excel spread sheet automatically to control process using rs232 command set. email me
Asked by: Dann
Thank you for your inquiry. The HH414 use USB communication and there are no serial command protocols.
Answered by: Engineer CB
Date published: 2020-09-25
Please what are the temperature and humidity range of that device?
Asked by: moun1992
Thank you for the inquiry. Remote probe temp range ( -20 to 60 C) RH range (0 to 95% non condensing)
Answered by: NORWALKAE_RS
Date published: 2020-12-31
Can I put this sensor in line under vacuum?
Asked by: Bart52
Thank you for the inquiry. The sensor and cable are not rated for vacuum service unfortunately.