APONE devices enable temperature measurement using digital temperature sensors or resistance sensors type (PT100, PT1000). APONE transmitters can be used to measure temperature in rooms (wall-mounted versions), in chambers, refrigerators (wired versions) or in ventilation ducts (duct versions).
APONE temperature transmitters with digital interfaces (RS-485 or Ethernet) is great solution for air temperature monitoring in HVAC systems, BMS systems, where the Modbus protocol is widely used. The industrial analog outputs available in selected models can be used in traditional air parameter control systems in offices, production halls, warehouses, laboratories, ...
APONE carbon dioxide (CO2) transmitters may be used to control the air quality in buildings, including warehouses, production halls, offices, schools, hospitals, cinemas, ... Various versions of CO2 transmitters, popular Modbus interface and analog outputs enable the integration of devices with HVAC systems or BMS.
Combi version of APONE transmitters additionally enable the measurement of relative humidity and air temperature. One of the main advantages of APONE transmitters is the simultaneous measurement of the three main air parameters by one device.