With the emergence of the ‘Internet of Things’, there is an ever growing need for improved connectivity and interoperability between devices along with the requirement to keep install costs to a minimum. In response to these needs Titan Products has developed the HVAC sensors which provide interoperable connectivity by communicating directly onto a BACnet MS/TP or Modbus network.
Already offering Smart Room CO2, Humidity and Temperature Sensors, Titan Products has increased its Smart Sensor range with a number of new assemblies. The series now includes outside, duct, immersion and strap-on sensors, offering temperature only or combined temperature and humidity solutions.
The Smart Sensors aid accurate control and network visibility by allowing multiple environmental conditions within a building to be monitored over one network, reducing on site wiring, commissioning and installation costs.
All sensors are supplied with a digital input and output to provide in-built control solutions freeing up network I/O. Easily addressed via the on-board DIP switches, the sensors are designed for a range of applications which require accurate, networkable monitoring and control across open systems.
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