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TTH-6202 Duct temperature transmitter

The TTH-6202 is a temperature transmitter that is designed to measure the temperature in a ventilation duct.

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TTH-6202Telescopic mounting

Temperature measurement in ventilation ducts

The TTH-6202 is a temperature transmitter that is designed to measure the temperature in a ventilation duct.

This temperature transmitter is particularly flexible and developed for direct duct mounting in ventilation systems. The transmitter can be used in both large and small duct sizes.

The TTH-6202 delivers the temperature digitally at the Modbus RTU and provides an advantageous combination of high quality and minimum installation costs.

OJ Air2 compatible

The TTH-6202 is fully integrated into the OJ Air2 system’s software and can freely be configured instead of an arbitrary PT1000 input.

  • Duct temperature
  • Telescopic mounting
  • OJ Air2 compatible
  • QuickPlug™ installation
  • Modbus RTU
  • I/O saving

Product Documents

Product Sheets
Product Sheet, TTH-6202, Danish
File type/size:PDF ( 186,46 kB )
Product Sheet, TTH-6202, English
File type/size:PDF ( 187,93 kB )
Instructions
Instructions, TTH-6202 (EN, DE, FR, SV, NO, DA)
File type/size:PDF ( 452,37 kB )
Brochures
Brochure, OJ-GreenZone, English
File type/size:PDF ( 15,23 MB )
Brochure, OJ-GreenZone, German
File type/size:PDF ( 16,54 MB )
Product Catalogue, HVAC Controls and Drives, 2021, German
File type/size:PDF ( 4,20 MB )

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