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Discrete Temperature and Humidity Sensors

TempAlert Sensor
TempAlert Sensor
(30 to 100 degrees F)

TempAlert Sensor (30 to 100 degrees F)
Discrete temperature sensor with high and low alarm thresholds Separate alarms for high and low temperatures. Temperature range from 30 to 100 F. (-1.1 to 37.8 degrees C). Requires no power to operate. Wall mount rectangular box design. Includes screw kit for mounting hardware.

Meter-Type TempAlert Sensor
Meter Type TempAlert Sensor
(-30 to 130 F)

Meter Type TempAlert Sensor
(-30 to 130 degrees F)

Discrete temperature sensor with high and low alarm thresholds. Separate alarms for high and low temperatures. Temperature range from -30 to 130 degrees F. (-34.4 to 54.4 degrees C). Requires no power to operate. Not for use in freezers.

Discrete Humidity Sensor
Humidity Sensor (Discrete)

Humidity Sensor (Discrete)
Monitors a humidity range of 20% to 80% relative humidity. One alarm threshold that can be used as either a high or low humidity alarm. Great for monitoring humidity in computer rooms, COs, cell sites, nodes, and CEVs.

Discrete Motion Sensors

Interior/Exterior Motion Sensor
Interior/Exterior Motion Sensor

Interior/Exterior Motion Sensor (Discrete)
Water-resistant motion sensor with Advanced ASIC Technology. Focuses on intruders and ignores cats, mice, birds & insects for virtually no fales alarms. Ideal for triggering DPS SiteMON IP camera. Detection method: Uses 2 matching dual optics (passive infrared).

Discrete Motion Sensor
Motion Sensor (Discrete)

Motion Sensor (Discrete)
Monitors motion within a user-specified field of vision. Detection range from 3m-6m. Powered by 12 to 28 VDC. At sites with 110 VAC power, a +24 VDC wall-transformer is available (D-PR-105-10A-03). Can also be integrated with the Building Access System (BAS) to provide automatic exit tracking and intrusion notifications.

Building Status Sensors

Push-to-Exit Button
Push to Exit button (Discrete)

Push-to-Exit button
Push to exit button that may be illuminated by providing 12V. Momentary switch that mounts in a wall switch receptacle (2 1/2" deep). Ideal for use with the Entry Control Unit (ECU) to provide a signal to release the door latch for an authorized exit.

Discrete Liquid Level Sensors

Discrete Liquid-Level Sensors
Discrete Liquid Level Sensor

Discrete Liquid Level Sensor
Provides a discrete contact closure when liquid levels fall below parameters. Contains a dry reed switch encapsulated within a stem. Supports N/O and N/C alarm contacts. Operates at a maximum temperature of 105 C and a maximum pressure of 150 PSI.

Power, Battery and Voltage Sensors

Power-Out-Alert Sensor
Power Out Alert Sensor

Power Out Alert Sensor (Discrete)
Plugs into any 110 VAC circuit that needs to be monitored. When power is interrupted for three to eight consecutive minutes, sensor outputs a contact closure.

Current Sensor
Current Sensor

Current Sensor, 0 to 150 Amp AC (Discrete)
AC current sensor with signal conditioner. Outputs a normally-closed relay. Provides electrical isolation between the output of the sensor and the current carrying conductor. Ideal for conveyors, lighting circuits, and electric heaters. Self-powered.

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