Unipi sensors

Unipi sensors are divided by the technology used and their application (indoor or outdoor use).

If you need only temperature or humidity sensors, 1-Wire devices are an ideal choice. You can choose from indoor, outdoor, sump, water-proof or other specialized sensors. Our product listing includes temperature sensors designed for measurements in boiler rooms, HVAC installations etc. We also offer indoor temperature and temperature/humidity sensors, each having two variants differing in their design.

These sensors are described in detail in this article focused on Unipi 1-Wire devices. More info about the 1-Wire bus and sensor connection is available in this 1-Wire article.

If you require very precise temperature readings, you can achieve so with analog sensors. This type of sensors is available in outdoor, sump, water-proof or otherwise specialised variants. On our e-shop, you can find mainly temperature sensors designed for measurements in boiler rooms, air conditioning systems etc.

For more detailed description of these sensors, visit the article about analog sensors available on our e-shop. For more info about the 1-Wire bus and sensor connection, please visit this article about 1-Wire.

If you are interested in a complex solution, we recommend using our brand-new on-wall IAQ sensors designed for general air quality monitoring in rooms the sensor is installed in.

A list of quantities measured using the sensors:

  • air temperature
  • air humidity
  • VOC (volatile organic compound) concentration - air quality index
  • barometric pressure
  • ambient light
  • CO2 concentration*

The device is available in four variants. All variants feature sensors of temperature, humidity, pressure, ambient light and VOC. The first variant is equipped only with those basic sensors, the second adds CO2 sensor. The other two variants share the same functionality but are also provided with the LoRaWAN communication interface.

Each variant features at least two communication interfaces, the first being RS485 and the second represented by well-known Wi-Fi. RS485 interface utilizes the Modbus RTU protocol, while the Wi-Fi support multiple protocols including Modbus TCP, MQTT, and HTTP/REST and a web interface, serving also for management and configuration of the device.

Additional info is available in the following article: Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)