Adjustment in Insight using previously measured values (HMP110 and HMP113) - HMP110 - HMP113 - HMP60 - HMP63

HMP60 and HMP110 Series User Guide

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Figure 1. Example RH adjustment view when entering previously measured values

If you have a list of previously collected calibration readings (for example, from a 3rd party laboratory calibration), you can adjust the probe without having to generate the calibration conditions and wait for stabilization. Both RH and T can be adjusted using previously measured values.

To adjust the measurement of the HMP110 or HMP113 probe with Insight PC software using previously measured values, you need:

  • Vaisala USB cable (item code 219690)
  • Computer with a Microsoft Windows® operating system (64-bit version and Vaisala Insight PC software installed. Insight PC software can be downloaded at
  • Previously collected measurement values that are entered in the adjustment.

The following example describes a 2-point RH adjustment in Insight using previously measured values:

  1. Open the Insight software on your PC.
  2. Connect the probe to the PC with USB cable 219690 and wait for Insight to detect the probe.
  3. To open the Insight PC software calibration menu, select to access Insight main menu. In the main menu, select Calibrate, and then open the RH adjustment tab.
  4. When entering previously measured values, there is no need to insert the probe in a reference environment or wait for stabilization. Enter the RH level of your first reference in the Reference value, point 1 field.
  5. Replace the automatically inserted value in the Measured value, point 1 field with the value that you have measured previously.

    In case of RH adjustment, enter the temperature at which the previous measurement was made in the Measured temperature, point 1 field.

  6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for the second adjustment point.

    If you want to save the adjustment into the device, select Activate adjustment.

    To exit without taking the adjustment in use, select Close.

  7. After adjusting your device, update the information in the Calibration information tab.