The EE441 measures accurately the temperature on round ducts and pipes and is optimized for heating systems (warm and cold water pipes) or solar collectors.
The T measured data, is available on the voltage or current output, as well as on the RS485 interface with Modbus RTU or BACnet MS/TP protocol. In addition, EE441 features a wide choice of sensing elements for passive T measurement.
The compact enclosure and the stainless steel hose clamp allow for easy and fast installation on pipes with diameter from 25 to 175 mm (0.98"...6.89").
An optional adapter and the free EE-PCS Product Configuration Software facilitate the setup and adjustment of the EE441.
- IP65 / NEMA4
- External mounting holes
- Bayonet screws
- Hose clamp
- Aluminium contact surface
-40...70 °C (-40...158 °F)Operating temperature
±0.3 °C (±0.54 °F)Accuracy active output
0-10 V or 4-20 mAAnalogue output
RS485 with Modbus RTU or BACnet MS/TPDigital interface
IP65 / NEMA 4Protection class
24 V AC/DCSupply
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EE441 Datasheet(830.58 kb)
Scaling of the outputs(252.78 kb)
EE-PCA Product Configuration Adapter(790.77 kb)
EE4x1 Quick Guide Digital Interface(584.95 kb)
EE4x1 PICS - BACnet Protocol Implementation(245.97 kb)
Relabeling in case of product configuration change(1339.66 kb)
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