• Calculation of humidity measurements:
    • dew point temperature
    • relative humidity
    • mixing ratio
    • vapour pressure
    • and others
  • Direct meters connection
Obliczanie puktu rosy, tablice psychrometryczne






LAB-EL  HUMIDITY CALCULATOR computer program was designed for basic calculation of humidity measurements.  This kind of calculations are often required in meteorology, when designing air conditioning systems, during the manufacturing processes as well as in laboratories (e.g. when calibrating measurement equipment). This program allows on converting one set of humidity parameters into the other. The way in which the calculations were made is introduced in the literature: [1, .. , 7].

The program options are accessible in 5 windows. The symbols used are as follow:

LAB-EL HUMIDITY CALCULATOR computer program counts uncertainty results. They are taken from uncertainty of input data (introduced by the user through the input widow) and uncertainty of formulae used for calculation [1, 4]. The uncertainty of formulae may not be taken into consideration if the user blocks this option (by choosing Program - Settings - Global).
Input and output values precision can be set by the user in the window: Program - Settings - Values format.
The results are true with respect to water (Over water) or to ice (Over ice) depending if there is water or frost (ice) in the chilled mirror hygrometer or psychrometer.
Counting starts each time when pressing Calculate button. Its red border informs, that after changing the input values new calculations are necessary.

In the Relative humidity window 2 out of 3 of the following values should be introduced: dew/frost point temperature DP/FP, air temperature T and relative humidity RH. Moreover, the pressures P1 and P2 should be introduce as well. Introduction of two pressures allows on calculating the results when there are different pressures in point 1 for which introduced input values are known (under pressure P1), and point 2, where calculation should be made (under pressure P2). In cases when point 1 and 2 are the same the pressure should be introduced as  P = P1 = P2.

The results of the relative humidity are true with respect to water (Over water), to ice (Over ice) or according to Word Meteorological Organisation (WMO) recommendations, depending if there is water or frost (ice) in the chilled mirror hygrometer or psychrometer [7].

In the Moisture content window one of following values should be introduced: dew/frost point temperature DP/FP, volume of water PPMV and mixing ratio PPMW or x. Moreover, the temperature T and pressures P1 and P2 should be introduced as well.

In the Psychrometer window one should introduce temperatures of dry thermometer T, wet thermometer Tw (water covered) or Ti (ice covered) and barometric pressure Pb. The user can choose Default psychrometer coefficients Aw and Ai (according to [2]) or User coefficients, according to psychrometer setup in the window:  Program - Settings - Global. In this window, after pressing Regulation, the user coefficients can be counted if the following set of values is known: dew/frost point temperature DP/FP, temperatures T, Tw/Ti and barometric pressure Pb.

Using the Pressure window one can convert the pressure values into other units (e.g. it is possible to make conversion between SI and English units).

In the Laboratory window it is possible to attach the meters to a computer. Their measurements will be automatically used as an input data for the calculation. Before opening this window it is necessary to configure the computer COM ports (in window: Program - Settings - Ports) and uncertainty of meters (in window: Program - Settings - Laboratory).
In the Laboratory window the uncertainty of a series of measurements is taken into consideration  (e.g. arising from climate fluctuation when collecting the set of samples), according to [6]. In the window: Program - Settings - Laboratory one should set: Calculation update every .. seconds, Duration of collecting all samples .. seconds and Amount of samples taken into consideration .. . The average values and uncertainty of measurements of input data are then calculated and treated as an input data for the humidity calculation.

In a Laboratory window of a standard version of  the LAB-EL HUMIDITY CALCULATOR  it is possible to connect the following meters: dewpoint chilled mirror hygrometer DP30 produced by MBW (Switzerland), thermometer F250 produced by ASL (England) or thermometer LB-711 (and optionally) barometer LB-716 (LB-750B) produced by LAB-EL. Attaching a different set of equipment or making another set of calculation is possible upon a special order.

A standard version of  LAB-EL HUMIDITY CALCULATOR  available on the web site is a fully functional unregistered DEMO version for evaluation use only. You can order the registered version sending an order by fax or regular mail.

License Agreement

You should carefully read the following terms and conditions before using this software.  Use of this software indicates your acceptance of this license agreement and warranty.

Evaluation and Registration

This is not a free software.  Subject to the terms below, you are hereby licensed to use this software for evaluation purposes without charge for a period of 30 days.  If you use this software after the 30 day evaluation period a registration fee of $99 is required. Payments must be made in US dollars, and should be sent to LAB-EL. Quantity discounts are available.  When payment is received you will be sent an invoice and registered copy of LAB-EL HUMIDITY CALCULATOR.

Disclaimer of Warranty

This software is sold "as is". Any liability of the seller will be limited exclusively to product replacement or refund of purchase price.


  1. "A Guide to the Measurement of Humidity", National Physical Laboratory, The Institute of Measurement and Control, 87 Gower St., London 1996, ISBN 0-904457-24-9.
  2. "Guide to Meteorological Instruments and Methods of Observation", Sixth edition, WMO-No. 8, World Meteorological Organization, Geneva 1996, ISBN 92-63-16008-2.
  3. "Technical Note No. 194. Measurement of Temperature and Humidity. Specification, construction, properties and use of the WMO reference psychrometer", Russell G. Wylie, Theo Lalas, WMO-No. 759, World Meteorological Organization, Geneva 1992, ISBN 92-63-10759-9.
  4. "ITS-90 Formulations for Vapour Pressure, Frostpoint Temperature, Dewpoint Temperature, and Enhancement Factors in the Range -100 TO +100 C", Bob Hardy, Thunder Scientific Corporation, Albuquerque, NM, USA, As published in: The Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Humidity & Moisture, Teddington, London, England, April 1998.
  5. "Tablice psychrometryczne i higrometryczne", Krystyna Kostyrko, Jerzy Szumowski, Alicja Szerszen, Instytut Meteorologii i Gospodarki Wodnej, Panstwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe, Warszawa 1986, ISBN 83-01-00484-3.
  6. "Wyrazanie Niepewnosci Pomiaru, Przewodnik", Glowny Urzad Miar, Warszawa 1999, ISBN 83-906546-1-x.
  7. "Determination of Relative Humidity in Subzero Temperatures", Bob Hardy, RH Systems, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA