A complete wireless solution

The TPZ-Net range offers battery powered, wireless sensing solutions for temperature, humidity and CO2 and connects these sensors onto a BACnet or Modbus building management system (BMS).

The TPZ-Net range is designed to wirelessly monitor environmental conditions and transfer this information back to the Titan Products Co-ordinator. The TPZ-net Co-ordinator can then transfer this information to a BMS via BACnet MS/TP or Modbus communications.

Up to 30 sensors can be connected to one network co-ordinator and repeaters can be added to the wireless network to add mesh networking capabilities.

TPZ-Net Commissioning

All sensors are linked to a network co-ordinator via the TPZ-Net PC commissioning software which is simple and intuitive to use, allowing for simple set up of wireless networks or to easily add, remove, replace or edit sensor settings within an existing network.

Site Survey Kit

A hand held, battery powered Site Survey kit is also available to allow you to test the signal strengths around your building even before power is available. The two-piece site survey kit allows you to easily test the signal strengths of all sensor types by giving a simple traffic light LED indication of signal strength at the push of button.

Battery powered wireless devices within the TPZ-net range offer a long battery life of up to five years allowing for maintenance costs to be minimised. The Co-ordinator will receive low battery information from the sensor network and expose this data on to the BMS network. This allows for reactive maintenance with the BMS knowing when batteries need replacing prior to the sensors going offline.


  • Reduce on site wiring costs
  • Quick and easy to install
  • Battery life of up to 5 years
  • 30-60m indoor signal strength (depending on building type)
  • BACnet or Modbus connectivity
  • Up to 30 wireless sensors on one network
  • Site survey kit available
  • Mesh networking when used with TPZ-Net repeaters


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