Venstar Announces New Ultra-Low-Power Wi-Fi Mini Temperature Sensor for Remote Management of Air Temperatures
Venstar®, a leading thermostat and energy management systems supplier, today announced its new ultra-low-power Wi-Fi® Mini Temperature Sensor (ACC-TSENWIFIMini). Compatible with Venstar’s ColorTouch®, Explorer® and Explorer Mini Wi-Fi connected thermostats, the new mini Wi-Fi sensor enables users to remotely measure indoor and outdoor air temperatures. Using two AAA batteries, the mini sensor is expected to stay powered longer than a year, assuming solid Wi-Fi connection.
“With Venstar’s new Wi-Fi Mini Temperature Sensor, users can remotely measure air temperatures to ensure the most balanced and comfortable indoor environments,” said Steve Dushane, president and CEO of Venstar.
Venstar Wi-Fi Temperature Sensor Mini Model (ACC-TSENWIFIMini)
- Remote temperature sensor
- Outdoor temperature sensor
- Indoor room temperature averaging
- Walk-in refrigeration temperature monitoring
- Easy setup using the Venstar Configurator App
- Automatic temperature averaging when multiple sensors are used
- Up to 8 sensors per subnet
- Operating temperatures of zero to 120 degrees Fahrenheit with alkaline batteries or -20 to -130 degrees Fahrenheit with lithium batteries
- Small size (2.5 inches deep x 2.5 inches wide x 1 inch deep)
- Powered by two AAA batteries (included)
- Expected battery life of more than a year (assuming strong constant Wi-Fi signal strength and connection)
- Compatibility with most residential and commercial Venstar thermostats
About Venstar Inc.
Venstar Inc. is a leading thermostat and energy management system (EMS) manufacturer, known for providing value to its customers via ease of use and installation, proven cost savings, improved energy efficiency, quality and reliability. Founded in 1992, Venstar is one of the largest thermostat suppliers in the world and designs and produces Venstar-branded products as well as OEM thermostat products for the biggest names in HVAC. Venstar’s Surveyor is a leading energy management system, typically saving small-box retailers 20–35 percent of their energy costs, which translates to tens of millions of dollars in savings each year and dramatic reductions in CO2 emissions. Surveyor currently controls the energy usage of 30,000+ retail locations across the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Mexico.