Adquio Multi Sensors

Today we present the latest wired probe of the Adquio Ecosystem (for the moment). This is our Adquio Multi Sensors, the most complete probe in its category, like its little sister Adquio Sensors, communicates with the world using Modbus RTU. This gives you many advantages as we have already seen. Some of them are:

  • Possibility of connecting it to any controller, as it uses a well-known protocol used in the market, Modbus RTU.
  • No restrictions on the number of probes you can connect, with a single Adquio you can connect up to 120.
  • In short, it fulfills all the features of its smaller sister, but with the addition of more sensors. Remember them here.

Adquio Multi Sensors installation example


This time the CO₂ sensor is a device that detects the concentration of carbon dioxide in the air. These sensors are often used in buildings to ensure healthy air for residents. These sensors measure the concentration of CO₂ in the air and can inform building owners when changes to the ventilation system are needed to ensure an acceptable level of air quality. This is especially important in crowded places such as stores, hospitals, schools, etc.


Last but not least, the VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) sensor is a device that detects and measures the concentrations of volatile organic compounds in the air. These compounds can be harmful to human health and the environment if released into the air in excessive amounts. VOC sensors use a bright ultraviolet light source to draw electrons from VOCs. The sensor detects a wide range of reducing gases associated with poor air quality, such as alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, organic acids, amines, organic chloramines, aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons. These gases burn and cause the ppm output value of the VOC sensor to increase. The VOC sensor was designed to monitor only typical indoor air pollutants, although typical outdoor air gases can also be detected.

You can access the product page by clicking here. Don’t miss our next release, in which we will enter the exciting world of wireless probes, we are waiting for you here.

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