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Measure and monitor the conditions in each room or zone, in real time. Helping you maintain safe, comfortable conditions and use HVAC more efficiently.
Our wireless sensors measure carbon dioxide (CO2), ambient temperature and relative humidity. They’re self-powered using ambient room light and use wireless technology, making them easy to install and very low maintenance.
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People flow sensors detect people going in and out of a doorway automatically, and in real time.
The small sensors are mounted above a single doorway and send a message each time a person enters or exits through the doorway. You can use the data to report people flow in/out of a room in real-time or count how many people have entered or exited a room.
Table occupancy sensors accurately detect the presence of people sitting around a table.
The small, discreet sensors simply stick to the underside of the table and send an instant update when someone sits at the table.
Room occupancy sensors detect and monitor the presence of people, in real time.
The small, battery-powered sensors simply stick to the ceiling, enabling you to detect real-time presence and continually monitor room occupancy.
Desk occupancy sensors accurately detect the presence of a person sitting at a desk, without detecting people in the surrounding areas.
The small, discreet sensors simply stick to the underside of the desk and send an instant update when someone sits at a desk.
Industrial temperature sensors allow you to measure and monitor ambient, surface or water conditions in a room, machine or around the building, in real time. This allows you to maintain optimum conditions and improve efficiency.
Our three-channel temperature sensors measure temperature at up to three different points, and can be used for water, air or surface temperature measurements.
Our smart gateway receives sensor data, converts it into IoT industry-standard MQTT protocol and makes it available locally or via the cloud, so you can easily integrate it into existing software or platforms.
Our wireless smart repeater is a cost-effective way to increase sensors’ range, allowing them to transmit data over a larger distance or where obstructions occur.
Contact sensors lets you automatically detect open or closed doors and windows around your building, including doors on cupboards, cabinets and fridges.
Our wireless, mini-sensors are self-powered using ambient room light (with optional battery backup) and use wireless technology so they simply stick or screw in place with no need for cables.
Energy monitoring sensors measure electrical consumption at a circuit, zone or machine level. They allow you to see granular real-time energy use, track use over time, and monitor and control equipment.
Our small, wireless current sensors (CT clamps) simply clip around a cable to measure and report the alternating current (AC). They can easily be fitted inside a machinery panel, distribution panel or other suitable location.
Our wireless, energy-harvesting current sensors real-time measure energy usage at a machine, room or zone level.
Our machine temperature sensors are used to detect overheating or heat caused by friction in motors or at specific points on a machine. We supply battery-powered three-channel sensors, which measure temperature at up to three different points, and thermal-powered sensors that measure the temperature increases of a metal surface.
Our temperature sensors are used to detect overheating or heat caused by friction in motors or at specific points on a machine. We supply battery-powered three-channel sensors, which measure temperature at up to three different points, and thermal-powered sensors that measure the temperature increases of a metal surface.