The following section includes the following information:
- The technical specifications,
- The intended use,
- The warranty.
The Interior Climate Sensor (ICS) is part of our Office Spaces smart workspace platform. It is an on-premise, low voltage/battery powered device that a) measures Temperature, Humidity, Pressure as well as low power gas (Volatile Organic Compounds), and b) transmits and receives Bluetooth signals.
|Mechanics & Design||
Housing material: ABS (acrylonitrile-butadieen-styreen) and P2,2x10 T6 torx screws
The ICS is designed for indoor use only
Operating temperature range: 5°C to 35°C
|Size & Weight||75 x 75 x 23,5 mm; 68g|
|Band and mode / Output power||Bluetooth 2.4 GHz: -4 dBM NFC 13.56 MHz: passive|
Power input: non-rechargeable Li-SOCL2 battery of 2600mAh
Power consumption: on average 3,5 - 19 μA, i.e. 0,002 - 0,01 Watt
Expected lifespan of battery*: >48 months. A battery replacement service is offered.
|Alternative power||Alternative power source: USB-C power from a CE/FCC certified cable connected to a 5V CE/FCC certified adapter|
1 sensor : 1 Office Dot
Room measurement: 1 sensor per meeting room
Customs HS-code: 8517 62 00 00
1 Interior Climate Sensor
|Certification||Type approved: CE|
Before using the Climate Sensor, read the safety, installation and operation instructions to ensure proper use.
2. Intended use
The product is intended to assess interior climate measures of room(s) and or area(s) in an office environment. The measuring data are transmitted over Bluetooth to the device with which the product is synchronised. The product should be mounted to the wall at a height of 1,20 m.
The solution function is four-fold:
- Receiving a ‘configuration’ payload over Bluetooth connectivity from the device, as generated by the back-end software;
- Executing the sensor assessment, i.e. Temperature, Humidity, Pressure and low power gas;
- Sending the ‘sensor’ payload over Bluetooth connectivity to the device; and
- Calculating the internal air quality (IAQ) as derived from the registered values under 2;
- Mounting and commissioning
3. Mounting and commissioning
Position the product at 1,20 m. from the floor in a vertical position against an inside wall. In case of room measurement, the best result is obtained when the sensor is positioned away from any corner of the room. For area measurement, the best result is obtained when the sensor is placed near the middle of the area, dividing it in two more or less equal halves. After determination of the product position either:
Mounting option 1. Fit double-sided tape at the bottom of the product, while not covering the product information sticker. Uncover the cover of the double-side tape and stick the device at the designated position with the three ‘holes’ facing to the ground (Figure 2 & 3); or
Mounting option 2. To screw the sensor to its position; drive a 3mm screw through both remaining hole at the bottom side of the sensor ‘north’ and ‘south’ of the product sticker to pinpoint the screw guides at the top side of the sensor. Then use these guides to screw the sensor to its position with the three ‘holes’ facing to the ground.
The product is configured, using the setup app. In essence this setup app allows you to synchronise the sensor to a device, so that the sensory data is transmitted to the smart workspace platform. Once the configuration of the product is finalised the sensor data can be displayed on the dashboard.
4. Maintenance & Care
The device housing can be wiped for dust or cleaned with a damp cloth if needed. Do not use cleaning agents.
Electrical and electronic equipment, accessories and packaging must be recycled in an environmentally compatible manner. Do not dispose of electrical and electronic equipment as domestic waste.
The hardware has been designed with an eye to recyclability to support with sustainability. Feel free to contact Vodafone Business in support in disposing of hardware.
EU countries only: under the current European Directive on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment and its implementation in national law, electrical and electronic equipment no longer suitable for use must be collected separately and recycled in an environmentally compatible manner.