Hampshire Controls manufactures temperature alarms and monitors as well as SQL-based central process monitoring / data acquisition systems for the monitoring, recording and analysis of temperature, humidity and pressure. We also manufacture liquid CO2 and LN2 backup systems for freezers, cryogenic liquid nitrogen level monitor alarm systems, freezer-refrigerator backup alarm monitors, air flow monitors for biosafety cabinets motor speed controls, and we design custom electronics solutions.
Located in Dover, NH, USA, Hampshire Controls serves the industrial, biomedical and government markets, and, we engineer and manufacture all our products in the United States; CAGE CODE: OH2P8, NAICS CODES: 334513, 334519.
Thunder Scientific® offers the industry's best solution to your humidity calibration workload. The world's leading manufacturer of NIST-proven, two-pressure humidity calibration systems, Thunder has offered a full line of humidity measurement equipment, software, and accessories for over 55... Read More
ICARE MI industrial wireless temperature sensors are perfect for monitoring temperatures in areas that are open to the environment. Enclosed in NEMA certified housing, these sensors are completely dust, water and weather proof. We offer: Exceptional Wireless Range: Best-in-class wireless...
This is a single probe temperature alarm, covering -200°C to +400°C in various factory set ranges, housed in a wall-mounted or free-standing box. The basic unit includes alarm on high and low temperatures, with audible and visual alarm indicators (beeper and LED), settable mute and alarm "chirp"... Read more
This is a single probe temperature alarm, covering -200°C to +50°C, housed in a wall-mounted or free-standing box. The basic unit includes alarm on high and low temperatures, with audible and visual alarm indicators (beeper and LED), settable initial delay, mute and alarm "chirp" periods, and a... Read more
MPS Series Systems are multi-probe (2-8 probes), lab-grade monitors and alarm systems that have the ability to automatically inform you of out-of-tolerance conditions within freezers, refrigerators, coolers, and, within server rooms and buildings. They can be configured with various sensor types... Read more