A simple solution to measure temperature in a room. The sensor uses radio frequency technology to communicate wirelessly with other EnOcean-based devices whenever it detects a change in temperature of more than 0.5K (1F). The sensor is completely self-powered by harvesting ambient solar energy so there are no wires to run or batteries to replace, reducing installation time and eliminating the need for ongoing maintenance.
Interoperable. Communicates wirelessly with other devices using the EnOcean wireless standard.
Self-Powered. Integrated solar cell harvests indoor light to power the device and eliminates the need for wires or batteries.
Single button with LED indicator light enables simple device configuration
Avoid costly and time-consuming installation of hardwired switches. Conserve energy and save money by choosing Intuit
Combine the Remote Temperature Sensor with our HVAC set back module for an economical way to control energy use.
Enjoy unlimited flexibility and performance with EnOcean-enabled energy harvesting wireless solutions. Systems that employ this wireless device benefit from the limitless supplies of energy and unrivaled flexibility
Power Supply Indoor light energy harvesting
Temperature Range 0 - 40 ºC (32 - 104 ºF)
RF Communications EnOcean 902 MHz
Transmission Range 30-100 ft (10-33m)
Charge Time before Linking 4 minutes @ 200 lux
Light Required to Maintain Operation 50 lux for 30 transmissions/hour
100 lux for 60 transmissions/hour
Charge Time for Full Charge 20 hours @ 200 lux (after startup)
40 hours @ 200 lux (cold start)
Operating Life in Darkness 4 days: heartbeat only
(after full charge) 3 days @ 10 actuations/hour
EEP (EnOcean Equipment Profile) A5-02-05
Transmission Cycle Wake-up cycle: 100s (fixed)
Transmission if temperature change of >
±0.5K (±1F) detected
Redundant retransmission, every 7-14th
wake-up, affected at random
Dimensions (Sensor) 3.15” H x .83” W x .59” D
(80mm x 21mm x 15mm)
Agency Compliance 902 MHz Contains: FCC: SZV-STM311U
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