NetX provides an entire family of remote sensing products. The NT-URS communicating universal remote sensor is at the heart of the NetX remoe sensor network, designed to work in conjunction with the NetX™ thermostat families. The NetX remote sensor network allows multiple sensors to be connected in a daisy-chain manner to a X5, X7 or UP32 thermostat. The intelligence of the network includes automatic averaging of Indoor Temperature if multiple sensors are connected. Each NetX thermostat includes the ability to include or ignore the thermostat's internal temperature sensor from the ambient room temperature calculation. This feature allows the thermostat(s) to be placed in a locked enclosure or a remote location (such as a closet) without the need to remove the NetX thermostat's sensor. The X5, X7 and UP32 thermostat families also allow up to six (6) NT-URS sensors set to 'Indoor', If you need the NT-URS to 'disappear', simply mount it in a closet, run a 2-conductor cable to our nearly invisible NT-FS Flush Mount sensor and mount it in the conditioned space. Great flexibility!
The NT-URS is a very versatile communicating temperature/humidty sensor that can also be used as an outdoor sensor (with the associated NT-OUTDOOR weatherized probe) for any of the NetX™ thermostat platforms. This powerful sensor can also be used as up to three (3) AUXILIARY temperature sensors, called AUX1, AUX2, and AUX3. When configured for any of these three auxiliary sensors, simply add an NT-PROBE-SS8 (8in stainless steel probe). The temperature range for the NetX™ auxiliary probes is -40F to +200F, allowing them to be used for a variety of purposes such as Supply Air, Return Air, Walk-In Freezers, Walk-In Refrigerators, Circulation Pumps, Refrigerated Cases, and more!
Additionally the NT-URS can be used as a water leak sensor when used in conjunction with the NT-WL-H water leak probe.
Up to ELEVEN (11) Remote Sensors to be connected to every thermostat!
Integration with the NetX™ thermostats is a simple three-wire bus supplying power and data to the sensors.