The Honeywell E3Point is capable of detecting the widest range of toxic and combustible gases found in commercial building spaces and outbuildings, including CO, NO2, O2, H2, H2S, CH4 and C3H8. It can be used as a standalone unit with single or dual-gas detection (i.e. using a remote sensor) or deployed as a networkable device (interoperable with BACnet, Modbus or other Building Automation System); E3Point also functions with existing controller-based gas monitoring systems and wired-wireless gas monitoring system components.
E3Point uses Demand Control Ventilation—through relays, Building Automation System (BAS) or controller—to increase energy savings, extend fan life and align with green building best practices. In its network configuration, E3Point also optimizes HVAC, fire/smoke, surveillance and other building systems performance.
Intelligent product design reduces the unit’s cost of ownership while increasing flexibility of application. Smart sensors are pre-calibrated, auto-configure upon set-up and operate continuously on patented Reflex technology which continuously monitors sensor cell condition and alerts user to fault status. The plug-n-play sensor cartridge, user-friendly menu and wiring options simplify installation and maintenance, and reduce the cost of gas monitoring over the life of the unit.
Comes in standalone, standalone with remote (dual gas mode) or network versions
Connects to analog or digital systems
Works with virtually any BAS including BACnet and Modbus
Connects to wired or wireless system (via 301CW wireless controller)
Wall or duct mount
Saves energy through Demand Control Ventilation (DCV)
Simplifies installation/maintenance through plug-n-play sensor
Remote sensor option provides dual gas monitoring (standalone version only)
Optimizes BAS, fire, ventilation and other security systems
Works through BAS to improve fault diagnostics and collect data on gas concentration levels, sensor condition, etc.
Couple with 301C to log data and daisy-chain up to 96 E3Point units
Accuracy is the difference in means of 10 calibration measurements at mid-range and 10 measurements at mid-range, at 25°C and 45% RH. This difference is presented as a calculated percent of full scale.