These HVAC sensors are suitable for surface mounting or flush mounting. The LED indicators provide a visual indication of the air quality.
Sentera’s flush mountable sensors do not only measure, the can also control. Their intelligent algorithm
controls a single output, which
can control an EC fan, AC fan speed controller or a damper actuator. Via this demand based ventilation control, an optimal air quality
can be combined with significant energy savings. As standard, every flush mounted
sensor has Modbus RTU communication on board and can measure ambient light level.
Next to that they all feature adjustable temperature and relative humidity ranges.
Our product range offers following variants:
FCVC | The indoor air quality sensor.
Features adjustable TVOC (Total Volatile Organic Compounds) ranges next to the Temperature, relative humidity and ambient light level measurement. Based on the
TVOC measurement, an equivalent CO2 (CO2eq) value is calculated. This makes it the ideal device to measure and control your indoor air quality.
CO sensor. This sensor has adjustable CO and NO2 ranges next to the temperature,
relative humidity and ambient light levels. Based on the gas concentrations, the NO2 level is calculated.
This makes it the perfect device to monitor indoor air quality in your car park.
The classic HVAC sensor. Features adjustable carbon dioxide (CO2) ranges next to the temperature, relative humidity
and ambient light level measurement. This device allows you to measure all relevant parameters that determine the inhabitants
comfort and indoor well being. Indispensable to create your perfect environment.
The basic HVAC sensor. Featuring adjustable temperature, relative humidity levels and ambient light measurement.
CO2 sensors with visual and audible alertToo high CO2 concentrations? Sentera CO2 sensors are now available with audible alert. On top of that, the green, yellow and red LED offer a clear, visual indication of the CO2 level. The supply voltage is 230 V or 24 V.>>>
Sentera provides innovative, easy-to-use control solutions for HVAC installations and ventilation systems. How to optimise your comfort, indoor air quality, safety and overall wellbeing? We have the answer!