hygrothermograph

hygrothermograph

[‚hī·grə′thər·mə‚graf]
(engineering)
An instrument for recording temperature and humidity on a single chart.
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UK) was used with a TY9700 digital hygrothermograph (Tianyue Environmental Protection Technology Co.
A hygrothermograph was used to measure air temperature and relative humidity (SK-110TRH, SATO, Tokyo, Japan).
Both temperature and relative humidity were recorded on simple graph paper using a hygrothermograph (Mechel -15+45C, Italy) placed inside the glass house.
Temperature and humidity inside the device were measured by a hygrothermograph every 4 h when counting the number of psyllids and maintained at 25 [+ or -] 1[degrees]C, 60 [+ or -] 2% RH.
Humidity and temperature were measured with a hygrothermograph (Control Company--Friendswood, Texas, USA).
N=135 Thermometer 63 yes 72 no Hygrometer 38 yes 97 no Recording hygrothermograph 84 yes 51 no Sling psychrometer 38 yes 97 no Temperature/Humidity data logger 33 yes 102 no Other 6 yes 3.
2] (which was maximum intensity available within room), and relative humidity ranged from 32 to 46% as measured with a hygrothermograph.
Among new products are double junction, waterproof pHTestrs; waterproof pH/con meters; microscopes; and a mini-drum hygrothermograph.
The site was instrumented with two automatic weather stations backed up with a hygrothermograph housed in a standard instrument shelter and a weighing-recording rain gauge.
Temperature was recorded by using the clinical thermometer, minimum-maximum thermometer and hygrothermograph to minimize the errors.
Environmental temperature and relative humidity were recorded twice daily at 4:00 and 16:00 using a hygrothermograph (EA-WSD, Huarui Corporation, Beijing).
Temperature and relative humidity were measured by a hygrothermograph (Oakton, series 025028, Japan) located in the field where the experiment was conducted.