What's New / Products / Testing, Monitoring, Tools

DataNab LLC: Temperature and Humidity Sensors

September 19, 2011
KEYWORDS sensors
/ Print / Reprints /
ShareMore
/ Text Size+
one-wire sensorExpanding the company’s range of one-wire temperature sensors, the new sensors — an inline potted digital temperature sensor, stainless steel digital temperature probe, and flush-mount room temperature sensor — provide additional low-cost options for temperature monitoring and control applications, says the company. They can be used in HVAC and refrigeration, as well as solar, geothermal, and other alternative energy systems that use multiple temperature sensors to monitor and track system performance. New sensors include an inline-potted design, a miniature stainless steel probe design that can be strapped to pipes, and a flush-mount room temperature design that can be concealed within walls. The company’s intelligent temperature and humidity sensors feature built-in, uniquely addressable chips to support communication over a single cable, minimizing costs associated with labor and materials. The built-in addressability of the one-wire chips allow the sensors to communicate to a central controller over a single-cable network in a daisy-chained fashion. This provides a more efficient alternative to legacy solutions that require a dedicated home-run cable to the controller from each sensor, eliminating the need for multiple wires and multiple A/D input connections.

DataNab LLC
888-732-8262 or 612-747-2981
info@dataNab.com
www.datanab.com

eProduct 194

Did you enjoy this article? Click here to subscribe to The NEWS Magazine

You must login or register in order to post a comment.

Multimedia

Videos

Image Galleries

2014 Energy Efficiency Forum

Highlights from the 25th annual Energy Efficiency Forum in Washington, D.C.

Podcasts

NEWSMakers: John Missell

John Missell, vice president and COO of Spectrum Design, joins the program to discuss how his company has utilized geothermal technologies, and we examine the future of renewable energy resources. Posted on Aug. 15.

More Podcasts

ACHRNEWS

NEWS 08-18-14 cover

2014 August 18

Check out the weekly edition of The NEWS today!

Table Of Contents Subscribe

Prohibiting HFCs

EPA is proposing a rule that would prohibit some HFCs in select refrigeration applications. Do you agree with this move?
View Results Poll Archive

HVACR INDUSTRY STORE

plumbing-hvac.gif
2014 National Plumbing & HVAC Estimator

Every plumbing and HVAC estimator can use the cost estimates in this practical manual!

More Products

Clear Seas Research

 

Clear Seas ResearchWith access to over one million professionals and more than 60 industry-specific publications, Clear Seas Research offers relevant insights from those who know your industry best. Let us customize a market research solution that exceeds your marketing goals.

DON'T MISS A THING

Magazine image
 
Register today for complete access to ACHRNews.com. Get full access to the latest features, Extra Edition, and more.

STAY CONNECTED

facebook icontwitter iconyoutube iconLinkedIn i con