ROBIN is a professional radon sensor for fixed installation in smart homes, radon monitoring, radon evacuation or installation in air handling units and exhaust air fans. ROBIN measures the radon in air and converts the concentration to a proportional output signal.
The ROBIN radon sensor:
- Professional radon sensor designed to be able to provide instantaneous values
- Can be installed in any direction
- Connects to a fan controller, PLC, or device suitable for analog input signals
- Able to be placed in ventilation ducts, air handling units, or just stationary in a room
- High sensitivity so a sufficiently good response time is achieved in the event of changes in radon content
- EMC protection and easy connection to thyristor control
Commercial and Residential ROBIN detectors are available at two different sensitivity settings and outlet options. Please select below:
Frequently Asked Questions About ROBIN
Why should radon professionals trust ROBIN?
Radonova has been developing the world’s most trusted radon detection and monitoring devises for over 30 years. We are trusted in over 50 countries and have the most thorough accreditations over multiple continents.
What is the mesuring level for ROBIN?
ROBIN Basic (Residential) 0-400 Bq / m³ or ROBIN Commercial 0-4000 Bq / m³. Other measuring ranges are possible as an option, specify when ordering.
How long does the process take?
The turn around time for an accurate reading is 1 hour.
How big is ROBIN?
ROBIN is Length 80 x Width 76 x Height 45 [mm]
Do you have professional ground measuring instruments?
Yes! We have the MARKUS 10 which provides accurate ground radon levels.
Radonova takes part in national and International inter-comparison tests. The measurement equipment used is calibrated regularly and all employees are high qualified.
No Hidden Fees
Everything you need for effective installation is included.
Radonova’s lab is the only Radon Testing Laboratory in America that has met international standards for a quality management system.
Test Every Property
Radon is a natural part of our world. However, knowing your level can help ensure that your property is safe from the deadly effects of this radioactive gas.