|Surface Finish||Powder Coated|
Temperature Sensors solutions for all types of building management needs. Schneider Electric’s wide range of temperature sensors incorporate state-of-the-art technology ensuring quality, performance, compatibility and value. Many of our temperature sensors products are designed with the ability to work as part of a total control system, complementing our building management systems and other HVAC controls.
Schneider Electric’s temperature sensor offering includes a wide range of products for various settings:
|Voltage Supply||+/-15 V|
|Ambient Operating Temperature||-10 ~ +80 Degree C|
Schneider Electric’s Hawkeye range of analog and digital current sensors are the industry standard for proof of flow. Their solid state design helps minimize failures caused by wear and tear of moving parts.
|Burst Pressure||5 pisd (34.5 kPa)|
|Dimension Depth||42 mm (1.6 ")|
|Dimension Height||112 mm (4.4 ")|
|Dimension Width||88 mm (3.5 ")|
|Enclosure Material||ABS Plastic, Fire Retardant|
|Supply Voltage AC Nominal||24 VAC|
|Supply Voltage DC Range||30 VDC|
Schneider Electric pressure sensors deliver critical information about the physical environment up to the building management system.
|Flow Response Time||1 ms|
|Voltage||10 V DC|
|Warm Up Time||35 ms|
|Operating Temperature Range||20 to 70 Deg C|
|Maximum Flow Change||10, 000 SLPM/s|
Schneider Electric air quality sensors detect fluctuations in CO levels through signaling technology. When detected, an inlet of fresh air is provided to ensure optimal ventilation. In addition, these CO transmitters can achieve energy efficiency and save money by using incoming data to vary the fan speed of the fresh air supply equipment in a wide range of indoor and outdoor applications.
|Measurement Range Humidity||100%RH|
|Color||Green and Black|
|Power Supply||24 VAC +-15%|
|Temperature Range||+/- 0.25 Deg C|
Each Schneider Electric humidity sensor is designed to work as an integral part of the larger building management system, delivering critical information on changes in the physical environment that help ensure occupant comfort and safety. If the sensors are not operating at optimal efficiency, neither is the BMS