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Cubicle occupancy sensors - PIR.180.BAT.WE.E
Cubicle occupancy sensorsGet instant updates when people are detected and automatically monitor occupancy.Detect real-time occupancy. Access real-time cubicle occupancy data for demand-controlled lighting and HVAC.Get updates as occupancy changes. Track usage to better manage cleaning and control usage.Track cubicle use over time. Monitor space utilisation over time to make better planning decisionsHow our cubicle occupancy sensors workThe small, wireless occupancy sensors simply stick to the cubicle wall or ceiling, enabling you to detect real-time presence and continually monitor occupancy within a small space, without detecting people in the surrounding areas.They detect passive infrared radiation (PIR) emitted by people, within a 180 degree radius, up to 5 meters line of sight. When a person enters the sensor’s field of view, the sensor detects motion and tells you someone is present within that space. The sensor continues to monitor the space and can send you regular occupancy updates.FeaturesSmall, discreet sensors simply stick to the wall or ceilingSensor (PIR) detects motion within 180 degree radius and sends instant updates when occupancy detectedConfigure absence and repeat telegram timers to suit your needsGDPR and privacy compliant solution: no images or personal information stored or transmittedUltra-low power technology. Battery life typically 3–5 years. USB-powered variant availableTransmit data wirelessly and securely – using AES-128 encryption – via EnOcean wireless protocol, which uses internationally approved, licence-free ISM bands868 MHz for Europe (RED)902 MHz for North America (FCC) and Canada (IC)Manufactured in the UK to high-quality and high-safety specifications, they are subject to rigorous testing procedures.Dimensions: 93 x 65 x 28 mm (approx)Packaging unit: single (min. 25 pcs)
People flow sensors - DFS.SIN.BAT.XX.E
People flow sensorsDetect people going in and out of a doorway automatically, and in real time.Detect real-time entry/exit. Detect when a person walks towards or away (bi-directional) from the sensor.Determine the number of people in a space. Count the flow in and out of a space.Track space usage over time. Monitor space utilisation over time to make better planning decisions.How our people flow sensors workOur wireless people flow sensors detect when a person walks towards or away (bi-directional) from the sensor, enabling you to count the in- and out-flow and determine the number of people in a space. The small, battery-powered sensors are mounted overhead above a doorway to report people in/out in real time.FeaturesSmall, discreet sensors simply stick to the ceilingTime-of-flight sensor detects people and the direction ofmovement. Detects real-time people flow in/out for anysingle-occupant doorwayPrivacy and GDPR compliant: sensors only detect peoplemovement. No cameras. Fully anonymousAutomatically calibrates to its installed height. Comes withan integrated spirit level to ensure a perfect installationPower-saving technology: ultra-low power PIR sensor detectsmotion to ‘wake-up’ flow sensor when needed. Battery lifetypically up to one year. Mains-powered variant availableTransmit data wirelessly and securely – using AES-128 encryption – via EnOcean wireless protocol, which uses internationally approved, licence-free ISM bands868 MHz for Europe (RED)902 MHz for North America (FCC) and Canada (IC)Manufactured in the UK to high-quality and high-safety specifications, they are subject to rigorous testing procedures.Packaging unit: single (min. 25 pcs)
Room occupancy sensors - PIR.WAL.BAT.WE.E
Room occupancy sensorsAutomatically detect occupancy in meeting rooms, offices, spaces or zones.Detect live space occupancy. Access live occupancy data for demand-controlled room booking, lighting and HVAC control.Get updates as occupancy changes. Track usage to better manage space bookings and cleaning.Track space usage over time. Monitor space utilisation over time to make better planning decisions.How our room occupancy sensors workOur wireless motion sensors detect and monitor the presence of people, in real time. The small, battery-powered sensors simply stick to the ceiling, enabling you to detect real-time presence and continually monitor room occupancy.They detect passive infrared radiation (PIR) emitted by people, within a 360 degree radius. When a person enters the sensor’s field of view, the sensor detects motion and tells you someone is present within that space. The sensor continues to monitor the space and can send you regular occupancy updates.FeaturesSmall, discreet sensors simply stick to the ceilingPassive infrared (PIR) sensor detects motion within 360 degree fieldof view, up to 6 meters distanceField of view will depend on ceiling height Based on a typical 2.5m ceiling height, approx. 64 degree detection angle resulting in estimated5m detectionInstant updates when occupancy detected, plus status updatescan be configured between 10 minutes and 5 hoursAbsence time out can be configured between 2 and 60 minutesGDPR and privacy compliant solution: no images or personal information stored or transmittedUltra-low power technology. Battery life typically 3–5 years. USB-powered variant availableTransmit data wirelessly and securely – using AES-128 encryption – via EnOcean wireless protocol, which uses internationally approved, licence-free ISM bands868 MHz for Europe (RED)902 MHz for North America (FCC) and Canada (IC)Manufactured in the UK to high-quality and high-safety specifications, they are subject to rigorous testing procedures.Dimensions: 93 x 65 x 29 mm (approx)Packaging unit: single or batch (min. 25 pcs)
Table occupancy sensors - PIR.360.BAT.WE.E
Table occupancy sensorsAutomatically monitor table occupancy.Detect real-time table occupancy. Access live table occupancy data for automated table booking.Get updates as occupancy changes. Track usage to better manage cleaning and bookings.Track table use over time. Monitor space utilisation over time to make better planning decisions.How our table occupancy sensors workOur wireless 360 degree motion sensors detect and monitor the presence of people, in real time. The small, battery-powered sensors simply stick to the underside of a table, enabling you to detect real-time presence and continually monitor table occupancy.They detect passive infrared radiation (PIR) emitted by people, within a 360 degree radius. When a person enters the sensor’s field of view, the sensor detects motion and tells you someone is present within that space. The sensor continues to monitor the space and can send you regular occupancy updates.FeaturesSmall, discreet sensors simply stick to underside of a tableSensor (PIR) detects motion within 360 degree radius and sends instant updates when occupancy detected.Typical under-table detection range within 0.5 meters based on average table height. Actual detection range of the PIR is up to 5 meters.Configure absence and repeat telegram timers to suit your needsGDPR and privacy compliant solution: no images or personal information stored or transmittedUltra-low power technology. Battery life typically 3–5 years. USB-powered variant availableTransmit data wirelessly and securely – using AES-128 encryption – via EnOcean wireless protocol, which uses internationally approved, licence-free ISM bands868 MHz for Europe (RED)902 MHz for North America (FCC) and Canada (IC)Manufactured in the UK to high-quality and high-safety specifications, they are subject to rigorous testing procedures.Dimensions: 93 x 65 x 28 mm (approx)Packaging unit: single (min. 25 pcs)
CO2, temperature and humidity sensor - Part No: 60.CO2 SLR
Environmental monitoring sensorsMeasure and monitor real-time carbon dioxide (CO2) levels, ambient temperature and relative humidity.Environmental monitoring sensors let you monitor live conditions in each room or zone of a building.At home or at work, the temperature and air quality inside a building can impact people’s comfort and wellbeing. Employers have an added responsibility to provide a healthy working environment by maintaining a reasonable temperature and meeting minimum air quality standards.Our wireless, energy-harvesting environmental sensors measure air quality, temperature and humidity in each room or zone within a building, so you can:Access live data to get an instant view of ambient conditions around the buildingMonitor conditions to understand the most efficient ways to use heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC)Automate control to provide and maintain a comfortable environment How our environmental monitoring sensors workOur small, unobtrusive environmental sensors measure CO2, temperature and relative humidity. They’re wireless and use very little energy, making them easy to install and maintain.Data is sent wirelessly and securely from our sensors to any number of receivers. Because our technology is platform agnostic, the data from our sensors can be integrated into any software or platform. It can also be used to automate local control systems, or feed directly into an existing building management system. FeaturesReports CO2, ambient temperature and relative humidity every 5 to 15 minutesMeasurement range:CO2 between 0-2550PPM (+/-125PPM)Temperature 0-51ºC (+/- 0.5ºC)Humidity 0-100% RH (+/- 5%)Self-powered using ambient room light, with a back-up battery for low-light conditionsDimensions: 115 x 80 x 35 mm (approx)
Desk occupancy sensors - Part No: PIR.180.BAT
Desk occupancy sensorsSee live availability and understand how desks, rooms and spaces are being used.Desk occupancy sensors detect and monitor the presence of people in real time.The way we use workspace is changing. As working patterns become more flexible, we’re spending less time at one desk and more time in meeting rooms, break-out areas and working remotely.Our energy-efficient desk occupancy sensors are small, wireless boxes that simply stick to the underside of the desk or table, enabling you to:Know which desks are available at any one time and use space more efficientlyUnderstand which spaces get the most use throughout the day, week, month and yearExplore alternative ways of working and measure the impact of changes How our desk occupancy sensors workOur small, wireless occupancy sensors detect passive infrared radiation (PIR) emitted by people. When a person enters a sensor’s field of view, the sensor detects motion and tells you someone is present within that space.The sensor continues to monitor the space and can send you regular occupancy updates. They can also be configured to allow for short breaks away from the desk. FeaturesPassive infrared (PIR) sensor detects presence typically within 0.5 metersStatus updates can be configured between 10 minutes and 5 hoursBatteries typically last 3–5 years, plus USB-powered variantAbsence time out can be configured between 2 and 30 minutesDimensions: 93 x 65 x 28 mm (approx)
Temperature and humidity sensor - Part No: MS.TEMP.HUM
Environmental monitoring sensorsMeasure and monitor real-time ambient temperature and relative humidity.Environmental monitoring sensors let you monitor live conditions in each room or zone of a building.At home or at work, the temperature and air quality inside a building can impact people’s comfort and wellbeing. Employers have an added responsibility to provide a healthy working environment by maintaining a reasonable temperature and meeting minimum air quality standards.Our wireless, energy-harvesting environmental sensors measure air quality, temperature and humidity in each room or zone within a building, so you can:Access live data to get an instant view of ambient conditions around the buildingMonitor conditions to understand the most efficient ways to use heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC)Automate control to provide and maintain a comfortable environment How our environmental monitoring sensors workOur small, unobtrusive environmental sensors measure CO2, temperature and relative humidity. They’re wireless and use very little energy, making them easy to install and maintain.Data is sent wirelessly and securely from our sensors to any number of receivers. Because our technology is platform agnostic, the data from our sensors can be integrated into any software or platform. It can also be used to automate local control systems, or feed directly into an existing building management system. FeaturesReports ambient temperature every 100 seconds if the temperature changes by more than 0.5°C or humidity changes by more than 2%, otherwise updates every 15 minutesMeasurement range:Temperature 0-40ºC (+/- 0.5ºC between 17-27°C otherwise +/- 1°C)Humidity 0-100% RH (+/- 5% between 30-70%)Self-powered using ambient room light or powered with an energy-efficient battery for low-light conditionsDimensions: 76.5 x 28 x 17.5 mm (approx)
Temperature sensor - Part No: MS.TEMP
Environmental monitoring sensorsMeasure and monitor real-time ambient temperature.Environmental monitoring sensors let you monitor live conditions in each room or zone of a building.At home or at work, the temperature and air quality inside a building can impact people’s comfort and wellbeing. Employers have an added responsibility to provide a healthy working environment by maintaining a reasonable temperature and meeting minimum air quality standards.Our wireless, energy-harvesting environmental sensors measure air quality, temperature and humidity in each room or zone within a building, so you can:Access live data to get an instant view of ambient conditions around the buildingMonitor conditions to understand the most efficient ways to use heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC)Automate control to provide and maintain a comfortable environment How our environmental monitoring sensors workOur small, unobtrusive environmental sensors measure CO2, temperature and relative humidity. They’re wireless and use very little energy, making them easy to install and maintain.Data is sent wirelessly and securely from our sensors to any number of receivers. Because our technology is platform agnostic, the data from our sensors can be integrated into any software or platform. It can also be used to automate local control systems, or feed directly into an existing building management system. FeaturesReports ambient temperature every 100 seconds if the temperature changes by more than 0.5°C, otherwise updates every 15 minutesMeasurement range: 0-40ºC (+/- 0.5ºC between 17-27°C otherwise +/- 1°C)Self-powered using ambient room light or powered with an energy-efficient battery for low-light conditionsDimensions: 76.5 x 28 x 17.5 mm (approx)
Door and window sensors - Part No: MS.DOOR.WIN
Door and window sensorsWireless building monitoring lets you see live status and usage, allowing you to improve efficiency, safety and securityKnow whether doors and windows are open or closed, in real timeFor a range of reasons, including safety, security and energy efficiency, it’s useful to know what’s going on around your building at any one time. Has a window been left open overnight? Has someone entered an access-controlled area without authorisation?Our wireless, energy-harvesting door and window sensors automatically detect open doors or windows around your building, including doors on cupboards, cabinets and fridges. So you can:Know the status of doors and windows, including doors on cupboards, cabinets, fridges and safesAutomatically detect open doors or cabinets, or open or broken windowsAutomate building management controls based on live occupancy and conditionsHow our door and window sensors workSmall, unobtrusive contact sensors use magnetic fields to automatically detect open/close status of doors or windows. They’re wireless and self-powered using ambient room light, making them easy to install and maintain.Data is sent wirelessly and securely from our sensors to any number of receivers. Because our technology is platform agnostic, the data from our sensors can be integrated into any software or platform. It can also be used to automate local control systems, or feed directly into an existing building management system.FeaturesUse magnetic fields to detect open/close statusReports instant open/close changes, otherwise updates every 15 minutesSelf-powered using ambient room light, with an optional back-up battery for low-light conditionsDimensions: 76.5 x 28 x 17.5 mm (approx)
Dry contact sensors - Part No: MS.DRY.CON
Dry contact sensorsDry contact sensors connect to power supplies, alarms or any application that needs monitoring and alert you if there’s any change in statusGet real-time alerts about the contact status of essential equipmentA dry contact sensor can be used to monitor any piece of equipment that has a contact point, or reed switch. This could be an appliance that’s in constant use, such as an uninterruptable power supply (UPS) or something that could be open or closed, like a door or shutter.Adding our dry contact sensor to the switch, you can monitor the status of appliances in your IoT platform, BMS system or other software.Know the live status of any equipment or unit that has a volt-free, dry contact output, such as UPS status, security systems, fire alarms or air conditioning unitsKnow when a power supply needs charging or replacingMonitor equipment status in you IoT platform, BMS system or other softwareHow our dry contact sensors workA dry contact sensor can be used to monitor any piece of equipment that has a contact point, or reed switch. The reed switch will either be open or closed, meaning the appliance status will be on or off, and will alert you when that status changes. By adding our dry contact sensor to the switch, you can monitor the status in your IoT platform, BMS system or other software.Data is sent wirelessly and securely from our sensors to any number of receivers. Because our technology is platform agnostic, the data from our sensors can be integrated into any software or platform. It can also be used to automate local control systems, or feed directly into an existing building management system.FeaturesPush-wire connection of two wiresReports instant open / close changes, otherwise updates every 15 minutesSelf powered using ambient room light, with an optional back-up battery for low-light conditionsDimensions: 76.5 x 28 x 17.5 mm (approx)
Industrial temperature sensors - Part No: 3CHTEMP.868
Industrial temperature sensorsSee live ambient, surface or liquid temperature in a room, machine or inside a pipeMeasure and monitor the temperature of air, gas or liquids, in real timeOur wireless three-channel temperature sensors allow you to measure and monitor ambient, surface or liquid temperatures in a room, machine or around the building, in real time. This allows you to:Access live data to monitor ambient, surface or liquid temperatures in a room, machine or around the buildingMonitor changes in normal operating conditions to automatically detect failure or faults as they happenMaintain ideal conditions and achieve the most efficient environment by automating control in each machine, cabinet, room or zoneHow our industrial temperature sensors workOur three-channel temperature sensors measure the temperature at up to three different points using industrial PT1000 temperature probes, and can be used for liquid, air or surface temperature measurements.Data is sent wirelessly and securely from our sensors to any number of receivers. Because our technology is platform agnostic, the data from our sensors can be integrated into any software or platform. It can also be used to automate local control systems, or feed directly into an existing building management system.FeaturesAccepts up to three industry-standard PT1000 probesMeasures and reports temperature: -20-100ºCBattery poweredDimensions: 110 x 80 x 66 mm (approx)IP67 rated meaning it can be used near water
Smart repeaters - Part No: REPEATER
Smart repeatersTransmit signals over a longer distance or around obstructions to get the best from your smart sensor systemA cost-effective way to improve wireless sensor signal coverageBecause of the ways radio waves behave, there are several reasons why the signal coverage in a room or floor of a building might be less than ideal. For example, radio waves can travel through some materials but not others, with metal and concrete – often found in fire-safety walls, lift shafts and stairwells – being the worst.Our wireless smart repeaters are a cost-effective way to overcome issues like this. They receive the signals transmitted by sensors and send them back out, allowing you to transmit data over a larger distance or work around obstructions.Increase the range of communication between two EnOcean devices, such as a sensor and receiverWork around obstructions or create more direct angles between sensors and receivers, improving signal strengthChoose which sensors to repeat, reducing interference and ensuring clear radio signalsHow our smart repeaters workOur smart repeater receives messages from selected EnOcean sensors and then re-transmits them wirelessly. Depending on the configuration and the building, repeaters can extend the sensors’ range from 30m up to 90m.One issue with most repeaters is that they re-transmit every message they receive, which can cause massive interference and signal failure. Our smart repeater lets you be selective and choose which sensors are repeated, meaning the signals received are far clearer.FeaturesExtend wireless range of sensors up to 90m, depending on the configuration of a buildingSelect which sensors to repeat to minimise unnecessary data being transmitted and maximise available bandwidthPowered via USB
Smart gateway
Smart gatewayConvert sensor data into industry-standard format and easily integrate it into your existing software or platformTurning encrypted sensor data into a user-friendly formatOnce your sensors have collected data, what happens to it? How do you understand it and use it? We get asked about this a lot, and the simplest solution is to use our smart gateway.Our smart gateway receives sensor data, converts it into JSON, sends it via IoT industry-standard MQTT protocol and makes it available locally or via the cloud, so you can easily integrate it into your existing software or platforms.Turn sensor data into JSON format, the most commonly used language for IoT devicesConnect straight to your software or IoT platform to unlock the value in the data you’ve gatheredReady-made connections with leading IoT platforms.How our smart gateways workIn simple terms, the gateway receives data from the sensors and makes it usable. Data is transmitted from the sensors to the gateway wirelessly. The gateway converts the sensor data into JSON and sends it wirelessly via WiFi or LTE (4G) or via a wired ethernet cable to your chosen local or cloud-based MQTT broker.Our sensor technology is platform-agnostic, so data from our sensors can be integrated into any software or platform.FeaturesReceives secure AES-128 bit encrypted messages from sensors via the EnOcean wireless radio protocolTransmits data wirelessly via WiFi or LTE (4G) or via a wired ethernet cable. Failovers can be configured to automatically switch to a backup if neededSends sensor data to any user defined local or cloud-based MQTT brokerReady-made connections with: Microsoft Azure, IBM Watson and Amazon IoT Core, while Google Cloud connections are available if required
3 channel CT clamp - Part No: CTV3
Current monitoring sensorsMeasure real-time energy consumption at a circuit, zone or machine level. Current monitoring sensors show you how much energy you’re using in real time.Most businesses and households are making efforts to reduce the amount of electricity they use, for environmental reasons as well as financial ones.Our wireless, energy-harvesting current sensors measure real-time energy usage at a machine, room or zone level, so you can:Access live data to see where energy is being usedTrack use over time to identify where you use and waste the most energy, allowing you to find energy savingsEnsure critical assets are functioning correctly and automatically switch off assets when not in use How our current monitoring sensors workOur wireless CT clamps measure and report AC current. Single-channel clamps measure the electrical current flowing in a single channel, while three-channel clamps measure current in three separate channels.Because they simply clip around cables, there’s no downtime or disruption. They also harvest energy from the measured conductor so there’s no need for batteries or wiring.Data is sent wirelessly and securely from our sensors to any number of receivers. Because our technology is platform agnostic, the data from our sensors can be integrated into any software or platform. It can also be used to automate local control systems, or feed directly into an existing building management system. FeaturesMeasures current (50Hz or 60Hz) every 30 seconds in three separate channelsWireless and self poweredMeasurement ranges:1A–60A (+/- 0.1A or 2%, whichever is greater)2A–200A (+/- 0.1A or 2.5%, whichever is greater)2A-600A (+/- 1A or 3%, whichever is greater)
1 channel CT clamp - Part No: CTV3
Current monitoring sensorsMeasure real-time energy consumption at a circuit, zone or machine level. Current monitoring sensors show you how much energy you’re using in real time.Most businesses and households are making efforts to reduce the amount of electricity they use, for environmental reasons as well as financial ones.Our wireless, energy-harvesting current sensors measure real-time energy usage at a machine, room or zone level, so you can:Access live data to see where energy is being usedTrack use over time to identify where you use and waste the most energy, allowing you to find energy savingsEnsure critical assets are functioning correctly and automatically switch off assets when not in use How our current monitoring sensors workOur wireless CT clamps measure and report AC current. Single-channel clamps measure the electrical current flowing in a single channel, while three-channel clamps measure current in three separate channels.Because they simply clip around cables, there’s no downtime or disruption. They also harvest energy from the measured conductor so there’s no need for batteries or wiring.Data is sent wirelessly and securely from our sensors to any number of receivers. Because our technology is platform agnostic, the data from our sensors can be integrated into any software or platform. It can also be used to automate local control systems, or feed directly into an existing building management system. FeaturesMeasures current (50Hz or 60Hz) every 30 seconds in a single channelWireless and self poweredMeasurement ranges:1A–60A (+/- 0.1A or 2%, whichever is greater)2A–200A (+/- 0.1A or 2.5%, whichever is greater)
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