P1QT Temperature Sensor Datasheet
Digital temperature transducer P1QT is a telemetry-enabled, battery powered temperature sensor, which is primarily used to measure temperature in distribution pipes of gases or liquids and sending the measured data over the wireless network into centralized measurement systems such as SCADA.
Wireless communication of the transducer is provided utilizing one of the LoRaWAN, Sigfox, Bluetooth, ZigBee, 805.15.4 or Wi-Fi (2.4GHz, 802.11b/g/n, WPA2)radio technology using various RF frequency spectrums.
Temperature sensor P1QT is designed for precision measurement and wireless transmit of temperature of gases or liquids inside distribution piping.
The sensor uses very sensitive elements to measure temperature in the tip of the probe. This measured information is afterwards transmitted over wireless network to the final system for monitoring, metering or controlling purposes.
The transducer is enclosed in a robust aluminium or stainless steel enclosure. The back cover is made from UV-stabilized ABS-based plastics.
All necessary software to integrate the sensor int your internal environment is supplied with the device including SDKa and APIs. Quorum Precision also provides full services in software development to integrate the sensors into any backend system available.
|Maximum measurement range
|-50 to 400C
|0.25% of measured range
this combined precision accounts for non-linearity of measurement, hysteresis and repeatability
|Long-term precision stability
|additional error of less than 0,05% of range per year
|Recommended calibration frequency
|once every three years
|user replaceable battery or permanent DC power supply
|Wireless uplink technology options
|Bluetooth, LoRaWAN, Sigfox, ZigBee, 802.15.4, Bluetooth LE, Wi-Fi (2.4GHz, 802.11b/g/n, WPA2) - see ordering table below
|SMA external threading
|M20x1,5; G½; G¼; many other
|IP protection grade according to (IEC 60 529) EN 60 529
Designed and manufactured in Slovakia, EU.
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