The Valtronics Model 2005LAN is a Non-Dispersive InfraRed (NDIR) gas-monitoring system designed for simultaneously monitoring the concentration of Carbon dioxide (CO2) in different locations (up to three). The system consists of one, two, or three remote gas sensors, which communicate via Wi-Fi with a base station, controlled by a laptop computer.
Data is displayed on a computer monitor, scrolling in real time. This data is also presented in graph form and digital display to illustrate the concentration of CO2 through a graphical user interface (GUI).
Requires an external 24VDC adapter (provided).
Model: USB/Bluetooth/Rx Adapter
The Valtronics USB/Bluetooth/Rx Adapter, like the RS232 adapter, is used to connect our digital/SPI units to a computer (or other device) for communicating with and/or monitoring the data. It has four options/functions (selected with switches):
Option A: USB adapter - to connect a digital/SPI unit to the USB port of a computer via two cables. The USB/Rx adapter receives data from the digital/SPI unit via ribbon cable and connects to the computer via USB cable.
Option B: USB-Rx adapter - to connect a digital/SPI unit to the USB port of a computer via cables and wireless. The USB/Rx adapter receives data wirelessly from the digital/SPI unit and connects to the computer via USB cable. This option requires an SPI-Tx adapter (sold separately) and a radio module (additional cost).
Option C: Bluetooth Adapter - to wirelessly connect a digital/SPI unit to a computer/tablet/smartphone via Bluetooth. The USB/Bluetooth/Rx Adapter receives data from the digital/SPI unit via ribbon cable and connects to the device via Bluetooth. This option requires a Bluetooth Tranceiver (additional cost), and may require an additional USB Bluetooth Tranceiver (for a computer).
Option D: Bluetooth-Rx adapter - to wiressly connect a digital/SPI unit to a computer/tablet/smartphone via radio and Bluetooth. The USB/Bluetooth/Rx adapter receives data wirelessly from the digital/SPI unit and connects to the device via Bluetooth. This option requires an SPI-Tx adapter (sold separately) a radio module and a Bluetooth Tranceiver (additional cost), and may require an additional Bluetooth USB Tranceiver (for a computer).
USB and ribbon cables included. Requires an external 12VDC source.
The Valtronics Model 2156-D2 is a digital version of our popular 2156 wall-mount unit. Available ranges: 0 to 3% and 0 to 5%. Like its analog cousin, this unit sounds an alarm and actuates relays when the CO2 level in the room gets to the preset alarm levels. It provides an audible alarm, which can be turned off, on, or set to "low alarm disable". It is lighter and smaller that its analog cousin. Requires an external 24VAC adapter (provided).
*Note: 2156-D1 will be for ranges lower than 3%.
The Valtronics Model 2156-X3 is the same as the 2156-X1/X2 shown above, but with an LED display, which allows for remote viewing of a CO2 level. When used in conjunction with the Model 2156, can take the place of the Model 2166, which uses a pump, which can get noisy and weak after regular use.
Model 2156 modification option: no LED display/alarm/LEDs - used as a sensing/measuring/transmitting unit only.
Model SPI-Tx Adapter
The Valtronics Model SPI-Tx Adapter is a Device for sending digital data wirelessly from a digital/SPI unit to the USB/Bluetooth/Rx adapter. Connects to the digital/SPI unit via ribbon cable (included).
Requires an external 12VDC source.
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