No, you must use this range of sensors with the GL-CO-RFG range of controllers.
The GS-AQ range detects Volatile Organic Compounds, such like paint, perfume, cooking smells and oils. It does NOT detect CO2, we have a specific sensor for this measurement.
No, they are only active, but by using the IO-RMA adjustable relay module you can adjust the relay on/off points to suit your switching levels.
No sorry, none of Sontay’s products are suitable for ATEX rated applications.
The IO-ARM will do this for you, with many other signal conversions for example 0-10Vdc to 10-0Vdc, 4-20mA to 0-10Vdc etc..
No, the standard product cannot be used, contact Sales Support who can quote you using a Teflon type cable which is suitable.
The bearings on a flow sensor and other materials are of special construction to allow for continuous use. Water meters are only intended for non-continous flow.
The default location of the flow sensor is the return, if mounted in the flow contact the sales team before ordering so that the calculator can be programmed correctly.
Sorry, we only have gas and water meters.
Using the PA-65-x range with the optional –S static probe this is possible, alternatively you could use the standard device leaving the low open to atmosphere and connect the high to the duct using the DFK (Duct Fixing kit) supplied.
This is a very difficult question to answer, in free air it would be expected that they would transmit about 30 to 40 meters max. The only way to see the signal strengths is to use the SSK (Site Survey Kit) and this will help to place routers if required where signal strengths are low.
Using our thermistor type and compatibility chart at www.sontay.com/support we have listed a large number of the BMS manufacturers with associated thermistor types, if in any doubt contact Technical Support and they can guide you.
Call or e-mail Technical Support and they can go through your requirements and arrange for a quote to be sent to you.
Yes we do the VE-PC range of cover will offer protection against rain and UV for units mounted outside.
This goes on the underside of the chilled beam/pipework.
No, this will only work with water.
Yes you can, but it will only be a common alarm it will not know what cable/point sensor has detected the leak. Your only limitation is that the total cable run including the sensor cable must not exceed 200 meters.