Dew Point Sensor Range launched by Titan Products

 

Flying Lead Dew Point Sensor

Flying Lead Dew Point Sensor

Titan Products are delighted to announce the launch of 2 new Dew Point sensors; the TPDP/FL and TPDP/CS.

The TPDP/FL is a flying lead type assembly which allows the temperature sensor to be mounted on the pipe while the housing can be mounted in close proximity to the unit. This is extremely useful when there are space constraints around the chilled pipe work.

The TPDP/CS is a clamp on version which straps directly to the chilled pipe.

Both units are designed to prevent the onset of condensation on coiling coils within HVAC systems. The TPDP range of sensors do this by monitoring the pipe surface temperature and the surrounding humidity levels via the inbuilt high accuracy sensors. By monitoring these temperature and humidity levels the Dew Point sensors are able to continuously calculate the dew point temperature and provides and early indication to prevent the formation of condensation – commonly known as ‘indoor rain’.

The TPDP Dew Point Sensors provide this indication via a 0-10V output or a Volt Free relay contact. The 0-10V output is scaled against 75-90% RH while the Volt Free relay contact switches at 90% RH and has an adjustable ON time of between 5 and 25 seconds which is set on the Dew Point unit itself.

The TPDP Dew Point sensors are fully compatible with Titan Products BACnet temperature controllers which can be used to control Chilled Beam and Fan Coil Unit applications that use chilled pipework.

FCU - 402 Controller

Titan BACnet controllers are fully compatible with the Dew Point sensors

 

For more information regarding the Dew Point sensors from Titan Products please contact the sales team or visit www.titanproducts.com to download the datasheet.

Iain Twiss
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