Ensuring Comfortable, Safe Environments in Hospitals

Dwyer® products are used to monitor and improve parameters that make up indoor air quality (IAQ) such as temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide (CO2), volatile organic compounds, and air changes per hour (ACH). 

It is vital that the indoor environment in hospitals is controlled and kept at safe levels for patients and medical staff. 

Our temperature and humidity sensors are used to ensure a comfortable environment for building occupants. Beyond indoor comfort, humidity also plays a critical role in indoor air quality (IAQ). Dwyer’s humidity sensors can help ensure that proper humidity levels are maintained and assist in minimizing the spread of viruses/diseases and preventing mold growth.


Series RHP-E/N, RHPLC, & RHP-D Humidity/Temperature Transmitters

Humidity/Temperature Transmitter, Series RHP and RHP-E/N

Dwyer’s humidity/temperature sensors feature both duct & wall mount options to fit a variety of application needs. They utilize a capacitive polymer sensing element to deliver a proportional analog output, and offer a wide selection of passive RTD or thermistor temperature sensors.

Series TE, TE-WSS, & TE-E/N Temperature Sensors

Stainless Steel Wall Plate Temperature Sensor, Series TE-WSS

Dwyer’s temperature sensors are available in either duct, wall, or immersion mount configurations. They can be used to monitor the air or water temperature throughout a building management system or an air handler unit, or the ambient temperature in a room. Duct and immersion sensors are available with probe lengths up to 18 inches, with thermistor or RTD outputs.

Series CDT, CDTR, & CDTA Transmitters

Communicating Carbon Dioxide Detector, Series CDTA

The Series CDT accurately monitors the carbon dioxide concentration and temperature in indoor environments to help achieve energy savings, utilizing a single beam dual wavelength non-dispersive infrared sensor for increased sensor accuracy. The CDTR introduces additional functionality to also measure relative humidity, reducing installation time and lowering material cost. Both models feature universal transmitter outputs, and various RTD or thermistor temperature sensor options. The Series CDTA combines carbon dioxide, humidity, temperature, and temperature set point with override, and features Modbus® RTU or BACnet MS/TP outputs.

Series CDTV Carbon Dioxide/Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Transmitter

The Series CDTV senses both CO2 and volatile organic compounds (VOC), allowing it to detect fumes that may need to be exhausted in lower occupancy periods.

Series AVUL & AVLV Air Velocity Transmitters

Air Velocity Transmitter, Series AVLV

CDC and ASHRAE guidelines state that the total volume of air in an isolation room needs to change over a minimum of 6 to 12 times per hour depending on when the hospital was constructed. Dwyer’s Series AVLV and AVUL air velocity transmitters help to meet these standards. These units provide a linear velocity output signal that can be paired with a building management system. In particular, the lower ranges of the AVLV high accuracy units are ideal for applications in quality intensive environments.

Dwyer’s IAQ sensors help improve environments for a safer, sustainable world. To learn more about any Dwyer® products, please visit our website: https://www.dwyer-inst.com/