Titan enhances covers for its room sensors

Published:  02 August, 2017

Titan, sensors, building management systems, controls

Titan Products has modernised the enclosures for all its surface-mounted room sensors to provide a more attractive appearance while remaining at a size that will not draw attention, due to its non-reflective, discreet finish. The rest of the products remain the same — as does the price.

The new enclosures are available in a range of colours for a range of products that includes wired and wireless sensors for temperature, humidity, CO2 and light levels.

Titan continues to offer branding opportunities on the new room housing.

For more information on this story, click here: August 2017, 84

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