Wireless PIR sensor

Published:  06 January, 2014

Titan Products, Wireless PIR sensor, lighting

Titan Products’ TPZ-Net range of wireless sensors includes a PIR occupancy sensor. It is battery powered and transmits a signal to the TPX-Net co-ordinator when movement is detected. This signal can be used over a BACnet network to control lighting and HVAC equipment.

The TPZ-Net range also includes sensors to wirelessly monitor temperature, CO2, humidity and illumination levels.

The range is supplied with a bespoke PC interface for quick and simple set-up and commissioning.

For more information on this story, click here: Jan 2014, 168

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