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Vaisala GmbH
TEL: +31 6 2842 2031 {NL}
Adenauerallee 15
D-53111   Bonn
TEL: +358989491
FAX: +35898949 2485
P.O. Box 26
00421   Helsinki

Vanha Nurmijärventie 21
01670   Vantaa
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Vaisala is a global leader in weather, environmental and industrial measurement. Building on over 80 years of experience, Vaisala provides observations for a better world. We are a reliable partner for customers around the world, offering a comprehensive range of innovative observation and measurement products and services. For over 50 of the world`s top life science companies, Vaisala provides measurement devices and monitoring systems for continuous records, reports and alarms. These solutions are used to monitor temperature and humidity conditions in research and development, production, and storage environments. With our solutions and services, life science companies ensure the quality and safety of their products, and maintain compliance with global regulations. Headquartered in Finland, Vaisala employs approximately 1,850 professionals worldwide and is listed on the Nasdaq Helsinki stock exchange.

Vaisala is een wereldwijde leider in milieu- en industriële meetsystemen. Gestoeld op meer dan 80 jaar aan ervaring biedt Vaisala observaties voor een betere wereld. Wij zijn een betrouwbare partner voor klanten over de hele wereld door het bieden van een uitgebreid scala aan innovatieve observatie- en meetproducten en services voor meteorologie, weersafhankelijke bedrijfsvoeringen en gestuurde omgevingen. Vaisala heeft zijn hoofdkantoor in Finland en heeft ongeveer 1600 professionals in dienst en is vermeld op de Nasdaq Helsinki.
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Lab facilities and building - Laboratory monitoring and alarm systems - Environmental monitoring systems - Wireless monitoring systems
Lab facilities and building - Laboratory monitoring and alarm systems - Environmental monitoring systems - Monitoring systems (wired)
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Labautomation - Software lab automation - LIMS, Lab Information Management Systemen
Lab facilities and building - Laboratory monitoring and alarm systems - Data loggers
Lab facilities and building - Laboratory monitoring and alarm systems - Environmental monitoring systems - Handheld monitoring systems
Lab facilities and building - Laboratory monitoring and alarm systems - Environmental monitoring systems - Wireless monitoring systems
Lab facilities and building - Laboratory monitoring and alarm systems - Environmental monitoring systems - Monitoring systems (wired)
Lab facilities and building - Laboratory monitoring and alarm systems - Measurement instruments

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Gearing up for a smarter future 5.0 Good decisions are based on good data
Gearing up for a smarter future 5.0
Good decisions are based on good data by Liisa Åström Vice President, Products and Systems Industrial Measurements, Vaisala As the hype around Industry 4.0 begins to transform into actions the next step in industrial revolution will soon be on our doorstep. Arguably, a game-changer for industrial processes, Industry 5.0 brings further cooperation between human beings and machines. It is thought to revolutionize how manufacturers can optimize their processes in real-time, leading to lower costs, improved quality and future-proofed production systems. Regardless what the exact characteristics of the future will be, reliable, accurate and smart measurements remain as a foundation for sustainable and successful industries. As a part of the latest wave of the Automation Revolution – Industry 4.0 – machines utilize wireless connectivity and smart sensors in a system that automates decisions and provides visualization of the whole process. As a potential downside of systems that are data rich and information
20-02-2020  |  011x  | 
Calibration made easy for vaporized H2O2 sensors Calibration for the hydrogen peroxide measurement uses two different H2O2 vapor concentr
Calibration made easy for vaporized H2O2 sensors
Calibration for the hydrogen peroxide measurement uses two different H2O2 vapor concentr The Peroxcap® sensor for vaporized hydrogen peroxide bases its measurement on two HUMICAP® sensors. To understand how Humicap sensors work, it is useful to know a little about thin-film polymer sensors. In this type of sensor, there is a thin layer of polymer between two electrodes. The film absorbs or releases vapor according to humidity changes in the environment. As the humidity changes, the dielectric properties and capacitance of the sensor changes. A dielectric is an insulator that impedes an electric charge; capacitance is the ability of conductive materials to respond to voltage changes. Essentially a thin film polymer sensor is measuring voltage changes that occur with the amount of water vapor in the environment. Electronics within the instrument use the capacitance of the sensor to give a humidity measurement. The Peroxcap sensor uses two Humicap sensors: one with and one without a catalytic layer. The catalytic layer breaks down the hydrogen peroxide
10-01-2020  |  170x  | 
What is a smart measurement probe and what makes it special? The smart world is here to stay
What is a smart measurement probe and what makes it special?
The smart world is here to stay Smart devices, smart cars, smart buildings, and smart factories are becoming increasingly common. But what does “smart” really mean? While each smart object may have its own unique features, they share some basic characteristics. As the name indicates, smart objects typically have some sort of intelligence in the core design. They are usually connected to other devices or networks and can operate interactively and autonomously. Remote external access for service, operation, or analytics is also common. Sometimes the term “smart” can also refer to devices that have artificial intelligence built in. What is a smart measurement probe? Environmental measurement devices are also becoming smart. Unlike in the past when measurement probes could not be used on their own, the new wave of smart measurement probes can operate independently without additional transmitters. When the measurement intelligence is built into the probe, it may be able to operate independently and
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New Vaisala smart probes Vaisala adds potential for smart industries with new smart probes
New Vaisala smart probes
Vaisala adds potential for smart industries with new smart probes Vaisala launched six new smart probes for its Indigo product family, optimized for demanding industrial applications. New options for dew point and moisture in oil measurements bring more possibilities for industries to save energy, optimize processes, and improve product quality. The probes will improve customers’ process efficiencies by providing accurate and reliable measurement data for their industrial processes. The capabilities of the new probes are based on next-generation sensor technologies. The new Vaisala DRYCAP® Dew Point and Temperature Probes DMP5, DMP6, DMP7, and DMP8 are optimized for low humidity and high temperature or pressurized environments. Dew point measurements are particularly important in various industrial drying applications, for example in ovens and compressed air systems. The dew point probes include Vaisala’s DRYCAP® sensor, which is immune to particulate contamination, water condensation, oil vapor, and most chemicals. Its fast reaction
16-12-2019  |  127x  | 
Vaisala viewLinc 5.1 now with Enterprise Server Software Vaisala brings extended device integration to its continuous monitoring system
Vaisala viewLinc 5.1 now with Enterprise Server Software
Vaisala brings extended device integration to its continuous monitoring system Vaisala brings extended device integration to its continuous monitoring system with the new viewLinc 5.1 Enterprise Server Software The Vaisala viewLinc monitoring system is one of the most trusted solutions in continuous monitoring in life science and other demanding industries. The viewLinc monitoring system assures product quality in applications where continuous monitoring is critical, such as pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturing, biotechnology, distribution, semi-conductor manufacturing and healthcare. The new enhanced viewLinc Enterprise Server Software version 5.1 ensures improved interoperability with other systems, integration of a wider range of devices with viewLinc, and more flexible alarming. It now also incorporates direct Modbus connectivity. “With viewLinc’s new Modbus capability, viewLinc 5.1 can include unlimited parameters,” said Vaisala’s Product Manager Steven Bell. “It simplifies the system structure and is an enormous time-saver
01-10-2019  |  201x  |   | 
Vaisala introduces new viewLinc Monitoring System Easy to install & use, with wireless signal strength that stops at nothing.
Vaisala introduces new viewLinc Monitoring System
Easy to install & use, with wireless signal strength that stops at nothing. With the new Vaisala viewLinc Monitoring System, set-up and use is simple. The instructive software interface and unique wireless technology provide worry-free, reliable monitoring in minutes… • Do-it-Yourself deployment, self-configuring loggers • Simple, intuitive user interface • Unique, truly reliable wireless technology with superior signal strength • Optional compliance tools: IQOQ protocols and GxP documentation In the brief video you’ll see why this new environmental monitoring system is revolutionizing how critical products and processes are safeguarded...
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Indigo 200 Series Transmitters for Vaisala`s Smart Humidity, Temperature, Dew Point, Moisture in Oil, CO2 and H2O2 Probes
Indigo 200 Series Transmitters
for Vaisala`s Smart Humidity, Temperature, Dew Point, Moisture in Oil, CO2 and H2O2 Probes Vaisala Indigo 200 Series host devices are part of Vaisala Indigo product family and intended for Vaisala`s intelligent, stand-alone humidity probes (HMP3, HMP4, HMP5, HMP7, HMP8 and HMP9), dew point probes (DMP5, DMP6, DMP7 and DMP8), temperature probe (TMP1), CO2 probes (GMP251 and GMP252), moisture in oil probe MMP8, as well as our vaporized hydrogen peroxide probe series HPP270: including HPP271 to measure hydrogen peroxide vapor (ppm), or the HPP272 to measure hydrogen peroxide vapor (ppm), temperature, and humidity (relative humidity and relative saturation). The HPP272 probe includes other calculated parameters such as dew point and vapor pressure measurements. Typical applications include industrial and compressed air drying, life science incubators, hatchers and setters, greenhouses, cold storage & refrigeration, food transportation, CO2 safety, hydraulic and lubrication oil monitoring, demanding HVAC such as animal shelters, swimming pools, parking garages,
20-02-2020  |  010x  | 
viewLinc Continuous Monitoring System
viewLinc Continuous Monitoring System
The Vaisala Continuous Monitoring System provides: viewLinc software for real-time monitoring and alarming of temperature, humidity and other parameters Alarms are sent via onscreen alert, email, SMS, alarm towers, relay to alarm service, and voice calls Automated historical and alarm reports are saved to viewLinc`s secure server Data loggers connect easily -- wired, PoE, Wi-Fi, or VaiNet long-range wireless Scalable from one to thousands of sensing devices Reliable, redundant recording runs parallel to control systems for simplified validation OPC UA and API provide options to integrate viewLinc to other systems Optional on-site calibration services ensure accurate temperature and humidity records Ideal for monitoring temperature, humidity and more in: GxP Environments & Life Science Applications Calibration Laboratories Semiconductor Manufacturing Cleanrooms Data Centers & Equipment Rooms Museums & Archives Food & Beverage Manufacturing, Distribution Chart Recorder
20-02-2020  |  009x  | 
Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide, Humidity and Temperature Measurement for Bio-Decontamination Processes
Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide, Humidity and Temperature Measurement
for Bio-Decontamination Processes The Vaisala Peroxcap® Hydrogen Peroxide, Humidity, and Temperature Probe HPP270 series probes HPP271 and HPP272 are designed for demanding hydrogen peroxide bio-decontamination where repeatable, stable, and accurate measurement is essential. HPP270 series probes are suitable for a variety of applications such as isolator, material transfer hatch, and room bio-decontamination. The new, basic probe option HPP271 is for measuring only H2O2 vapor concentration whereas the renewed advanced option HPP272 provides all the parameters you need to measure during bio-decontamination processes: hydrogen peroxide vapor, temperature, and humidity as relative saturation and relative humidity. Now also dew point and vapor pressure measurements are possible. The probes can be used with the optional Vaisala Indigo transmitters or as standalone probes. For easy-to-use access to configuration, calibration, and adjustment the probe can be connected to Vaisala Insight PC software. Features Superior
20-02-2020  |  009x  | 
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