HONEYWELL TS300 Dual Temperature Sensor

HONEYWELL TS300 Dual Temperature Sensor


Honeywell's feature-rich TS300 was engineered to meet the demands of a wide range of applications. From florists and butchers to pet shops, computer centers and residences, the TS300 provides uncompromising performance. Unique features such as simultaneous use of local and remote temperature probes, programmable hysteresis and audible alarm with silence timeout, illustrate the sensor’s flexibility in installation, programming and operation.


• Flexibility
The TS300 allows the end-user to independently program local

and remote temperature probes in accordance with varying

environmental requirements.

• Audible Alarm with Silence Timeout
The TS300 is equipped with an audible alarm which sounds

once the temperature at an enabled sensor varies outside

of its defined limits. The TS300 allows users to designate

a “time-out” time. With the touch of a button, users may

silence a sounding alarm for a period of time.

• Versatility
The TS300 is a dual temperature sensor that has the capacity

to simultaneously monitor both local and remote temperature probes.

• Programmable Alarm Delay
Designed to reduce the occurrence of nuisance alarms during

temporary conditions, this feature allows the user to delay the

sounding of the alarm for a designated period of time. Routine

task, which may cause the temperature to rise above or fall below

the programmed alarm point, may be completed without generating

an alarm.

• Alarm Memory
Up to eight events are stored in memory. An alarm event is one

where the relay output was activated.

• Programmable Hysteresis
Temporary conditions often influence the gradual rise and fall of

temperatures around the alarm point. Under such conditions, conventional

sensors generate multiple alarms and restore messages. With the

Programmable Hysteresis feature, an alarm is generated only the

first time the temperature reaches the alarm point. As long as the

temperature fluctuates within the “Hysteresis Range”, no subsequent

alarms will be transmitted until the environment has reached

the predetermined restore temperature.