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D-Wire Node For Temperature Sensor

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The D-Wire Node For Temperature Sensor allows you to expend your temperature monitoring sensor to reach small areas where a D-Wire Temperature sensor alone wouldn't be able to fit.

Key Features

  • Includes a 1ft temp probe
  • D-Wire sensors do not need a power source
  • Chain up to 16 sensors to a single D-Wire port
  • Use your NetGuardian's web interface to provision and monitor your D-Wire

Do you need to monitor the temperature in small areas in your facility where not even a D-Wire would be able to fit in? Do you have a unique scenario where having a temperature probe would be ideal?

The D-Wire Node For Temperature Sensor plugs into your NetGuardian and gives it the capability to monitor the temperature inside your site. With the 1ft external temperature probe you can monitor small areas, maybe keep an eye on the temperature outside your site, or even have the temperature probe go in a different direction than your D-Wire daisy-chain.

Form Factor

  • Height: 0"
  • Width: 0"
  • Depth: 0"
  • Mounting:
  • Weight: 0 lbs

Core Features

  • D-Wire temperature probe: 1ft
  • Mounting: Wall mount
  • Power Supply: Powered by DPS RTUs
  • RJ11 connectors: 2
  • Web Interface: NetGuardian Config

Operating Conditions

No additional software required.

Use the built-in web interface for configuration. Monitor via web interface, your SNMP manager, or a T/Mon master station.