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Hand-held measuring device XP200

X-pert range for humidity and temperature measurements in climate and environmental technology.

Hand held device with integrated air pressure sensor is compatible with various intelligent external temperature and humidity probes.

  • Air pressure, temperature and humidity
  • Various - thus exchangable sensors
  • Precice and flexible all-rounder handheld instrument, easy to handle and robust, sensor connection with automatic recognition, saves measuring campaignes, allows all climate data to be calculated and archieved, evaluation software SmartGraph3 included
  • USB (Cable and SmartGraph3 software included)
  • 5820.00
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Advantages of the Hand-held measuring device XP200

We from Lufft created with the XP Series true X-perts for a range of various measurements. The four device types are specialists on different measuring ranges. Our hand-held devices can be used for daily usage in service, in air conditioning and environment technology, in the food industry or for industrial temperature calibration.


The XP200 is the X-pert for humidity and temperature measuring in the air conditioning and environment technology.

A few advantages in detail:

  • Precice and flexible all-rounder handheld instrument
  • easy to handle and robust
  • sensor connection with automatic recognition
  • saves measuring campaignes
  • allows all climate data to be calculated and archieved
  • evaluation software SmartGraph3 included

Examples of the Hand-held measuring device XP200

The XP200 is the X-pert for humidity and temperature measuring in the air conditioning and environment technology. The handy and robust handheld measuring instrument for professionals has a wide range of applications... including , for architects, engineers and measurement technicians, or for quality and reference measurements

Examples of Use:

  • Measurement of temperature, air pressure, relative humidity and air flow in plumbing and HVAC systems
  • Part of building control equipment for architects
  • Equipment for engineers and measurement technicians
  • Quality and reference measurements in various applications
Brochure - Lufft - Industry (EN)
Brochure of the Lufft - Industrial Measuring Devices
Manual - Lufft - Handheld - XA1000 XP200 XP400 (EN)
Software - Lufft - SmartGraph3
Version 3.4.3
Video - XA1000: Faster than Fast | The Smartphone of Measurement Technology
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Dimensions 170 x 62 x 34 mm
Weight Approx. 205 g
Storage conditions
Permissible ambient temperature -20...60 °C
Operating rel. humidity <90 % RH non - condensing
Operating conditions
Operating rel. humidity <90 % RH (20 g/m3) non - condensing
Admissible height above absolute altitude 4000 m
Power supply
Power supply 4 Alkaline LR6 AA 1.5 V/ USB 5 V
Active power consumption Approx. 400 mW
Battery life passive Approx. 1 year
Battery life active min. 24 hours
Sensor power supply 5.5 V ± 10 % DC, max. 200 mA
Data storage
Integrated data storage Up to 200 gauges taking approx. 1 mill. values
USB Cable and SmartGraph3 software included in delivery
Definition of measured values 2 decimal places
Control Touch screen, capacitive
Technology TFT, resolution 240 x 320, 65 k colours, very good contrast due to Piezoresistive technology
Surface, toughened glass Degree of hardness: 7, scratch - resistant
Integrated air pressure sensor
Measuring range 800...1100 mbar
Accuracy at 25°C, 1013.25mbar 0.5 mbar
Long-term stability typ. 1 mbar/year
Measurement resolution 0.024 mbar
Measuring principle Piezoresistive
Calculated measurement categories for external temperature/humidity sensors Mathematical: MIN/MAX/AVG/HOLD
Temperature °C/°F
Rel. humidity %r.h
Rel. humidity of ice %r.h
Water vapour density (absolute humidity) g/m3
Dew point temperature °C/°F
Frost point temperature °C/°F
Mixing ratio at saturation (100%) g/kg
Volume fraction of water vapour /mass fraction of water vapour %
Wet-bulb temperature °C/°F
Ice-bulb temperature °C/°F
Specifi c Enthalpy (mass of air) kJ/kg
Saturation vapour pressure above ice/water hPa
Vapour particle pressure hPa
Air density kg/m3
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