Monnit’s Power over Ethernet (PoE) Temperature Monitoring Solutions are available in Standard, High, Low and Duct sensors ranging in temperatures from -200°C to 0°C (-328°F to 32°F) to -50°C to 370°C (-58°F to 700°F).
Monnit’s hardwired thermocouples feature a needle-style probe at the end of a 6’ lead. Users benefit from a wireless data transmission range of 1,200+ ft, bank-grade security, and a temperature range of up to 400°C (752°F).
The strap-on temperature transmitter TSTH is used for used for temperature sensing on pipework (e.g. cold-water and hot-water), or on heating sections for heating system control for connection to a building management system
The room temperature sensor TRC has been designed for wall mounting and is used to sense temperature in heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems and is compatible with most control systems. Built with a plastic ABS enclosure.
The duct temperature sensor TDC is used for sensing the air temperature in heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems (e.g. in supply air, extract air or mixed air ducts). It is supplied with a mounting flange and 200mm probe length.
The immersion temperature sensors TIC are used to measure the water temperature of heated or chilled water and other liquids in mechanical systems. Brass or stainless steel pockets can be added to the sensor.
The strap-on temperature sensor TSE is used for sensing the temperature of pipework in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. The TSE includes a 300mm adjustable strap on band and fits a pipe diameter of 32mm - 50mm.
The outdoor temperature sensor TOC is used in heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems as reference sensor for weather-compensated control, measuring sensor, e.g. for optimisation, or for measured value display, or for connection to a building management system.