Zigbee Wireless Sensors from Titan Products
No wiring, no worries!
Completely Wireless sensors from Titan Products.
Wide Range of Sensors!
Incorporating CO2, Temperature, Humidity, Light Level and PIR Occupancy sensors, the TPZ-Net range of wireless sensors from Titan Products allows on-site wiring and installation costs to be drastically reduced and replaced with a stable, reliable mesh network of wireless sensors. This stability is achieved through using the latest Zigbee wireless technologies.
Inbuilt BACnet Communications!
complete with BACnet communications
All sensors communicate wirelessly to the Titan Products TPZ-Net co-ordinator using Zigbee wireless technology. The TPZ-COORD/BMS collects the information from up to 99 sensor points on the wireless network and exposes these directly on to a BACnet network.
The TPZ-Net range of wireless sensors are available in Room, Outside, Duct sensors, Immersion sensors, and Clamp-on variants to suit any applications ranging from Co2 measurement in schools and offices to flow temperatures in plant rooms. Every sensor is completely wireless!
Room Sensor TPZ-Net CO2 and Temp sensor
No sensors in the TPZ-Net range require a wired supply which creates complete flexibility when choosing your optimum sensor location.
Simple Setup and long battery life!
TPZ-Net PIR Occupancy Sensor
Using Titan Products’ bespoke PC commissioning software and simple clip-in AA sized batteries the TPZ-Net range of wireless sensors are extremely easy to setup, commission and maintain. The range offers battery life up to 5 years.
All TPZ-Net products are designed, developed and manufactured by Titan Products in the UK. Titan Products are continuously developing existing and new products to ensure our customers receive the best products and service available.
For more information please contact the sales team on 0161 406 6480 or email@example.com
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