Sontay sensors are designed for car parks

Sontay, sensor, car park, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide

Sensors from Sontay for car parks ensure adequate ventilation and can also control the lighting in a car park. The GS-S and GS-CO ranges can monitor CO, CO2, NO2 and SO2.

The GS-S range of 4 to 20 mA loop-powered gas sensors are fitted into a robust housing and can detect NO2, O2 and SO2. They have a wide supply-voltage range of 7.5 to 35 V DC, and their accuracy is not affected by their positioning.

The GS-S-CO provides real-time detection for carbon-monoxide measurement and is available in Modbus-compatible versions for smart communication. This sensor includes selectable outputs (voltage or current) and uses a long-life electro-mechanical CO sensor that makes its specifically suitable for car parks, loading bays and warehouses.

The LL-E-V light-level sensor has a linear 0 to 10 V signal representing the lux level at the sensor element. It is typically used in lighting strategies to optimise energy efficiency by dimming and/or disabling lights. There are two selectable ranges — 10 to 2000 lx and 10 to 10 000 lx.

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