Titan Products releases its next generation of CO2, humidity and temperature sensors


Offering combined monitoring solutions, the sensors provide considerable reductions in installation costs

Titan Products has unveiled the latest addition to its CO2, temperature and humidity sensor range. The extended portfolio includes a wireless Zigbee 3.0 variant and a Smart BACnet variant, including Modbus communications.

Providing combined CO2, temperature and humidity monitoring, both options offer considerable reductions in installation costs and timing, whether a wired communications set-up or a completely wireless battery powered solution is required.

The Zigbee Z3 wireless sensors are fully interoperable with third party Zigbee 3.0 and Zigbee HA1.2 devices opening up the opportunity to add wireless CO2, temperature and humidity monitoring to a Zigbee ecosystem.

Boasting a five year battery life, the sensors enable increased flexibility in mounting location and ease of installation.

Other features include strong signal penetration of up to 60 m internally and 200 m line of sight along with over the air (OTA) upgrade functionality.

The Smart BACnet/Modbus versions also benefit from native communications providing complete interoperability with third party BACnet MS/TP and Modbus RTU products. Powered from a 24 V supply, the smart sensors allow for cost savings with all CO2, temperature and humidity readings exposed via one communications cable to be monitored via the building BMS or a network controller.

All Smart BACnet/Modbus sensors are provided with 1 x digital input and 1 x digital output allowing for activation of devices such as fans and lights upon the digital input being enabled via PIR occupancy sensors or local switches and push buttons.

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All products are designed in the UK, developed and manufactured by Titan Products with its onsite R&D team always striving to improve products to provide customers with more options in terms of product selection and flexibility. These new sensors offer a sensing solution for traditional 0-10V wired, Zigbee wireless or BACnet/Modbus networks.