Temperature sensor with probe. KNXRF
Zoom f088bb68c4585fed2ff9ec03970eee307fd355241f33101dad7edd4f92b5fd6e
DINUY SE K5X 005

Temperature sensor with probe. KNXRF

Product code: SE K5X 005
Wireless temperature sensor KNX RF S-Mode. Perfect solution for using in conventionel installations without placing KNX bus cables. Communication with the KNX Bus must be carried out using a KNX / KNX RF S-Mode media coupler.
Price (Excluding VAT)
£93.86
checking stock

Description

  • The Temperature Sensor incorporates different options that must be parameterised using the ETS:
  • Thermostat function.
    • Temperature probe calibration.
    • Over-heating or over-cooling alarms.
    • Transmission frequency: according to the time or temperature change.
    • Heating and Cooling controller
  • The sensor is comprised of:
    • Transmitter: captures the value given by the temperature probe and transmits it via RF to the linked receiver device. It should be supplied at 230V~ (D).
    • Temperature probe: measures the temperature sensed at the terminal. Must be connected directly to the transmitter. It has a 4m cable with double insulation and waterproof probe.
  • Programming and commissioning by ETS5.
  • Bi-directional communication.
  • Avoid to install it close to radioelectrical devices, microwaves,...
  • Leave a minimum separation of 2m between the transmitter and the receiver

Technical Details

Specification

ReferenceRE K5X LE1
Power supply230Vac 50/60Hz
Consumption<2mA @ 230V
KNX MediumKNX-RF 1.R
Radio-frequency868,3MHz
Transmission Power<10dB
RangeIn the Free Field: 100m // Indoors: 30m
Maximum Temperature+55¼C
Minimum Temperature-20¼C
Application SoftwareETS5
Commissioning ModeSystem Mode
Probe Maximum Length< 10dBm
Probe MaterialEpoxy
Dimensions45 x 42 x 12mm
Protection DegreeIP20
Working Temperature0¼C ~ +45¼C

Properties

Properties

Technology KNX
Brand DINUY
Mounting Flush
Inputs 1
Operating voltage 230VAC
HVAC support Temperature Sensing + Regulation
IP rating IP20

Documents & Downloads

Look for similar items