The TPVRCO2 Co2 sensor range from Titan Products:
If you want affordable, accurate and reliable CO2 sensors then look no further than the Titan Products TPVRCO2 range of Co2 sensors.
Starting at £125.00 for combined CO2 and temperature outputs the sensors are the most competitively priced on the market. With options such as LED indication for Co2 levels as well as resistive temperature outputs and an additional 0-10V signal for humidity the sensors offer all the flexibility you will need for you project!
Co2 Sensor fully compatible with BACnet Controllers
Fully compatible with Titan Products BACnet controller ranges the CO2 sensors employ non dispersive infra red (NDIR) technology to ensure the sensors remain accurate and reliable for the long term.
- 0-10V outputs
- CO2, Temp and Humidity
- Resistive output option for temperature output
- NDIR technology for high accuracy and stability
- Auto Background Calibration (ABC Logic)
- 24V AC or DC supply
Using the latest ABC logic and silicon based technology the sensors continuously self calibrate for their entire life cycle to ensure superior stability in their readings.
- Commercial buildings
- Residential buildings
- Industrial buildings
For applications which are continuously occupied Titan Products also offer a range of CO2 sensors that use special dual channel NDIR technology to calibrate against again allowing for extremely high levels are accuracy and reliability.
Titan Products also manufacture duct CO2 sensors and the completely wireless TPZ-Net CO2 sensors that incorporate Zigbee Wireless Technology.
For information on the Co2 sensors from Titan Products or any other products please visit www.titanproducts.com or contact the sales team on 0161 406 6480.
Material: Flame Retardant Polycarbonate
Sensor: NDIR technology
Outputs: 0-10V for 0-2000ppm (Co2)
0-10V for 0-50’C (Temp)
All themistors, PT100 and PT1000 (option)
Humidity 0-10V for 0-100% (option)
CO2 +/- 40ppm +2% of reading
Temp (voltage) +/- 0.5’C
Temp (resistive) +/- 0.5’C
Humidity (option) +/- 3% RH
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