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| Ceiling Sensor

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The Ceiling Sensor adds a high precision temperature and humidity sensor that is pre calibrated from the factory. The Ceiling Sensor is easily mounted on a ceiling by a threaded bush. The module drop from the ceiling can be adjusted via a set screw.   

The Ceiling Sensor uses a proprietary 1-wire protocol to communicate with a master device such as an HIA or Smart Node. In principle, the Ceiling Sensor can be daisy chained with other sensors on the 1-wire bus to provide an extensible sensor network.  

Specs

  • Temperature (typical +/-0.2C) 
  • Humidity (typical +/- 2% R.H.)
  • 3 wire interface for power and  communication

| Flush Mount Sensor

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The Flush Mount Sensor adds a high precision temperature and humidity sensor that is pre calibrated from the factory. The Flush Mount Sensor is easily mounted on a wall or metal beam duct by self-drilling screws. Unlike a Wall Sensor it does not involve drilling a hole for the mounting or running the wiring behind the surface. 

The Flush Mount Sensor uses a proprietary 1-wire protocol to communicate with a master device such as a Smart Node- OAO.

Specs

  • Temperature (typical +/-0.2C) 
  • Humidity (typical +/- 2% R.H.)
  • 3 wire interface for power and communication

| Duct Sensor

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The Duct Sensor adds a high precision temperature and humidity sensor that is pre calibrated from the factory. The Duct Sensor is easily mounted on an RTU duct by self-drilling screws.   

The Duct Sensor uses a proprietary 1-wire protocol to communicate with a master device such as a Smart Node- OAO.

Specs

  • Temperature (typical +/-0.2C) 
  • Humidity (typical +/- 2% R.H.)

3 wire interface for power and communication

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Sensor Applications :  All sensors can be used in any of the following applications  DAB, VAV, OAO, Single Stage Equipment, Hot Water Mixing, IFTT Logic. 

Note: The Flush Mount Sensor and Duct Sensor share the same faceplate. The difference between the two sensors is the sensing probe on the back of the Duct Sensor vs flat surface on the back of the Flush Mount Sensor.

 

 

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