DGT by Senmatic Q21 Quantum Sensor With Analog Module

The Quantum Sensor from DGT by Senmatic by Senmatic measures light incidence between 400-720 NMO.

A well-adapted climate is a condition for prime quality plants. Good and accurate sensors are of great importance for integrating and optimal climate into the climate control.

Sensors need to measure climate conditions following the same principles by which plants perceive the environment. For example, the light sensor Q20 measures the light in light quantum in exactly the same way that plants ‘see’ light. This avoids human assumption and focuses on interpreting what plants actually need.

DGT by Senmatic by Senmatic offer 6 different sensors for different measurings – 5 are suitable for both analoque climate control and climate computers – 1 is only suitable for analogue climate control.

  • Measures the light in light quantum in exactly the same way that plants “see” light
  • Durable sensors
  • Ensures correct climate conditons
  • Stable measuring sensors



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