Omron 2JCIEBU01, Air Quality Sensor

  • RS-artikelnummer 183-7489
  • Tillv. art.nr 2JCIEBU01
  • Tillverkare / varumärke Omron
Datablad
Lagstiftning och ursprungsland
RoHS-Försäkran
COO (Country of Origin): JP
Produktdetaljer

Connects to a network via USB or Bluetooth® to enable the sending of measurement data
Using OMRON's unique and innovative algorithm, enables highly accurate determination of earthquakes based on vibrational acceleration
Enables continuous monitoring of room air quality using a VOC sensor

Specifikationer
Attribute Value
Dimensions 29.1 x 14.9 x 7mm
Minimum Operating Temperature -10 °C
Maximum Operating Temperature +60 °C
6 I lager för leverans inom 1 arbetsdagar
Pris (ex. moms) Each
1 720,13 kr
(exkl. moms)
2 150,16 kr
(inkl. moms)
Enheter
Per unit
1 - 24
1 720,13 kr
25 - 49
1 599,74 kr
50 +
1 513,63 kr
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