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Titan Products launch room sensor

Titan Products has launched its first Zigbee 3.0 CO2 sensor.

The Zigbee 3.0 CO2 sensor.

Communicating using the latest Zigbee 3.0 technology the TPZRCO2TH-Z3 is designed to communicate with compatible third-party hubs and co-ordinators, opening up the opportunity to add wireless CO2 monitoring to Zigbee 3.0 or HA1.2 ecosystems.

By monitoring CO2 and using the measurements to ventilate spaces on demand, productivity in working and learning environments can be greatly improved and air quality can be maintained at a comfortable level making the sensors perfect for a wide range of applications including commercial, residential and education buildings.

Providing an excellent five-year battery life, the wireless sensors provide increased flexibility in mounting location, ease of install and much lower installation costs over wired sensor types as no cable runs are required.

The CO2 sensor offers temperature and humidity measurement within the sensor as standard. Combining all three sensor types within a single device removes the need for multiple sensors within a space reducing install and hardware costs. A temperature and humidity only sensor is also available.

29 January 2020

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