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Hanwell IceSpy Sensor-Transmitters - Description
All the members of the Hanwell IceSpy Sensor-Transmitter family have the same basic enclosure and share many common characteristics. See Figure 185 below:
The Available Sensor-Transmitters Can Monitor:
•Temperature and Relative Humidity (RH), using either internal Sensors or Sensor probes attached to the Sensor-Transmitter Unit.
•Voltage inputs (1V, 5V and 10V) and Current inputs (4-20mA), enabling the use of external third party Sensors with Linear Sensor-Transmitters.
An example of such an application is the Hanwell IceSpy CO2 Sensor Assembly - IN-CO2-10 (10%) and IN-CO2-5 (5%).
•The Sensor-Transmitters can also provide door alarms.
There are also external PT100 and thermocouple Sensor probe options. For more detail on the Hanwell IceSpy Transmitter family, see:
All Sensor-Transmitters can be wall-mounted or free standing, as required. As far as possible, the Sensor-Transmitters Units should be placed where they will not be subject to electromagnetic interference and where they will not be shielded by walls, doors, metal furniture, appliances etc.
|Note:||If you have more than one Network Receiver on your Site and the signal from a given Sensor-Transmitter is being picked up by more than one Receiver, you can associate the Sensor-Transmitter with the Receiver Unit which is showing the highest signal strength for that Sensor-Transmitter. See Device Configuration.|
•All Sensor-Transmitter Units can operate within a -30°C to +50°C temperature range.
•All Sensor-Transmitter Units have user-replaceable 1.5V Lithium AA batteries. These have an expected life of over 2 years and work over -30°C to +50°C temperature range. 1.5V AA alkaline can be used, but with a reduced battery life and a reduced operating temperature range (0°C to +40°C). See Replacement Batteries.
➢To distinguish between USA and Canadian market Units:
•Units intended for the European market transmit data at 60 second intervals.
The Sensor-Transmitter Unit's LED indicates when the Unit is transmitting data and will briefly flash, approximately once every minute.