Wireless HVAC Indoor Air Quality Transmitters
Kube-Sky-RHT-Lux is a wireless indoor transmitter that monitors temperature, humidity, and illuminance levels. The Lux model specifically measures the amount of light in standard room conditions, making it valuable for creating the ideal visual environment. With its sleek design, Kube-Sky-RHT-Lux is a stylish addition to various settings, such as offices or museums.
Utilising LoRa technology, the Kube-Sky-RHT-Lux offers extensive radio coverage for wireless battery-powered operation. While it’s commonly paired with the Nokeval Cell-Sky base station, it can also be seamlessly integrated into systems with RS485 Modbus RTU support.
It boasts a wide illuminance measurement range, spanning from 0 to an impressive 2000 lux or beyond, ensuring comprehensive coverage. The transmitter is easy to install, has a user-friendly operation, and straightforward configuration process.
Measurements of the Indoor Air Transmitter
- Measuring range: -20…+50 °C
- Accuracy: ±0.5 °C between +10…+50 °C
- Measuring range: 0…100 %RH, non-condensing
- Accuracy: typically ±3 %RH between 20…80 %RH and at a temperature of +15…+30 °C
- Measuring range: 0…2000 lux or greater
- Accuracy: ±20 % at 50…2000 lux 20…30 °C in typical indoor lighting when the light comes straight from the front
- 95 x 75 x 27 mm (wall mounting bracket +1 mm)
- Weight 130 g with the batteries
Applications of the Kube-Sky-RHT-Lux
- Commercial Indoor Spaces
What is an Indoor Air Transmitter?
An indoor air transmitter is a device used to monitor and measure indoor air quality. It is designed to measure various parameters and pollutants in the air inside a building, such as homes, offices, or industrial spaces.
Uses for Indoor Transmitters
Indoor air transmitters can detect and measure factors such as:
- Temperature: Indoor temperature monitoring helps ensure comfort and energy efficiency.
- Humidity: Humidity levels can affect comfort, health, and the performance of specific equipment.
- Carbon Dioxide (CO2): Monitoring CO2 levels is essential for assessing indoor air quality and ventilation.
- Particulate Matter (PM): These sensors measure the concentration of tiny particles in the air, which can impact respiratory health.
- Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs): VOC sensors detect harmful gases from various sources like paints, cleaning products, and furniture.
- Carbon Monoxide (CO): CO sensors detect this odourless, colourless gas that can be lethal in high concentrations.
- Radon: Some indoor air transmitters include sensors for radon gas, which can seep into buildings from the ground and pose health risks.
- Airborne Allergens: Advanced indoor air transmitters may include sensors to detect allergens like pollen and mould spores.