PowerWise offers a variety of wireless and wired sensors to monitor environmental conditions.
Air quality often refers to carbon dioxide (CO2), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), relative humidity, and temperature. In addition to offering CO2 and VOC sensors, PowerWise offers an advanced array of sensors to monitor other air quality characteristics, such as particulate, acetone, ammonia, benzene, carbon monoxide, chlorine, methane, and many others.
For measuring air quality in rooms, these sensors should be installed in 3 to 6 feet above the floor and within a thermal zone. When installed in ventilation systems, the duct-style sensors can monitor air quality, temperature, and airflow.
The software alerts and reports on air quality levels. PowerWise offers wired and wireless sensors. Wired sensors require CAT5 / CAT6 wiring to a data acquisition device or a gateway. And, commonly, the wired sensors are powered through the wiring. Sensors are often surface-mount and are smaller than a thermostat.
See our list of sensors.
Temperature sensors are typically inexpensive and have many options for the specific application, including:
Some of the air quality sensors mentioned previously also include temperature monitoring.
See temperature sensors available from PowerWise.
Read how these sensors and controls are used with heating, cooling, and refrigeration systems.
PowerWise is a proven innovator of monitoring and control technology.