Dwyer TE duct and immersion building automation temperature sensors

Monday, 03 May, 2010 | Supplied by: Dwyer Instruments (Aust) Pty Ltd



The TE duct and immersion building automation temperature sensors can be used to monitor air or water temperature throughout a building management system or an air handler unit.

Flanged duct sensors monitor the supply or return air and provide a thermistor or RTD output to the digital controller. Immersion sensors, which are supplied with compression fittings, are typically used to monitor the hot or chilled water lines throughout a building. Thermowells are recommended, but not required on the immersion sensors.

For variable air volume applications, the series TE can be configured to have 8 plenum-rated cable with flying leads. Standard units come with 4 leads with an integral terminal block to eliminate carrying extra wire nuts. For housing models, multiple knockouts provide easy conduit access to any side of the housing. The ¼ turn lid comes with a chain to prevent it from being lost during installation.

Online: www.dwyer-inst.com.au
Phone: 02 4272 2055
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