Indoors or out, regulating the temperature is a matter that concerns us all. So to help businesses and homes maintain thermal comfort at all times, Guilcor presents its room sensors.

How does a room sensor work? 

These sensors are used to measure indoor or outdoor environment temperature. They can be used for displaying the measured value or for connection to a building management system. 

Our room sensors are mainly non-contact temperature sensors. That is, they use convection and radiation to measure changes in ambient temperature. 

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What are room sensors used for?

At Guilcor, we offer different models of room thermostats that adapt to all your needs. 

You have the choice between the outdoor temperature sensor and the indoor sensor. 


Every Guilcor indoor temperature sensor is characterized by proven quality. 

Thus, all our room sensors are suitable for use in buildings, hotels, schools, theatres, offices, homes of all kinds. The indoor sensor then makes it possible to measure the temperature of an environment protected from humidity. We also speak of a dry atmosphere.  

In concrete terms, the advantages of a programmable room thermostat are numerous: 

  • Comfort temperature: as humans want the most pleasant comfort possible, this type of probe perfectly meets the expected needs for regulating the temperature of the premises. 
  • Energy saving: by regulating temperature variations, the indoor sensor allows you to save energy. The idea is then to help you better manage your electric heating system (inertia radiators, underfloor heating) or non-electric heating (condensing or oil-fired boiler, heat pump, etc.). This regulation allows you to reduce your energy bill.  

For indoor use, the measurement range of the temperature sensor is generally between -30 and 80 º. However, for measuring instruments with contact, the temperature range is wider (up to 350º). 


In addition to use inside homes or premises, the room sensor can also be used to measure the outside temperature. In this context, it will be necessary to connect the sensor to a building management system. 

If you need an outdoor sensor, here is some information to know: 

  • The operating temperature ranges of the external probe are between -30 and 70°C, -30 and 100°C and -50°C and 100°C. 
  • These sensors require an IP65 rating when installed outdoors to withstand the weather. This index corresponds to equipment that is both dustproof and resistant to water jets (therefore rain). 
  • For outdoor thermometers, we recommend placing them on the coldest side of the building (north or northwest) to avoid direct sunlight. 
  • As a general rule, the outdoor room sensor is installed at 2/3 of the height of the building wall.

How to install a room sensor?

The installation of your room sensor depends on the type of thermostat. If you have wall-mounted equipment, it will need to be positioned at a certain distance from the ground. For the others, you will have to follow the instructions relating to the connection. 

To install a thermostat, we always recommend that you refer to the user manual, 

Where to find your room sensor?

Have you found the room sensor model that meets all your needs? All you have to do is contact us to place your order. 

We guarantee you the best price for your equipment and 100% secure payment. 

Depending on your needs, you can opt for standard or express delivery.