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Sensor for harsh environments in light grey enclosure, blue front label. For surface mounting,
Sensor for harsh environments in light grey enclosure, blue front label. For surface mounting,
Sensor for harsh environments in light grey enclosure, blue front label. For surface mounting,
Sensor for harsh environments in light grey enclosure, blue front label. For surface mounting,
Sensor for harsh environments in light grey enclosure, blue front label. For surface mounting,
Sensor for harsh environments in light grey enclosure, blue front label. For surface mounting,
PCB mounted in a light grey plastic enclosure suited for surface mounting

Multifunctional sensor: T, rH, CO & NO2 - PoM supply


This multifunctional transmitter is designed for outdoor applications or harsh environments. This sensor can be used for temperature, relative humidity, CO (Carbon monoxide), NO2 (Nitrogen dioxide) and ambient light monitoring and features 'Power over Modbus' or PoM connection. This means that Modbus RTU communication and 24 VDC power supply can be connected via one RJ45 connector. The measured values can be read out via Modbus RTU. The CO/NO2 sensor element is replaceable. The firmware can easily be updated thanks to the bootloader. All settings can be adjusted via Modbus RTU. Thanks to the integrated ambient light sensor, the ventilation system can be optimised depending on the occupancy of the room.


ODCOM-R
Outdoor
0 U.
25/10/2019 - 9 U.


Click here to visit the ODCOM-R microsite


- Suitable for harsh environments

- Selectable temperature, relative humidity, CO and NO2 ranges

- Bootloader for updating the firmware via Modbus RTU communication

- Day / Night detection via ambient light sensor

- Ambient light sensor with adjustable ‘active’ and ‘standby’ level

- Modbus RTU (RS485)

- Removable CO/NO2 sensor element for easy calibration and verification

- Long-term stability and accuracy

- Monitoring of temperature, relative humidity, CO and NO2 levels

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