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Titan Products expands Smart Sensor range

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.

Titan Products' Smart Sensor range.

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.

8 October 2019

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