VT500 / Temperature sensor (v1) (legacy)

Documentation page: https://vutlan.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/DEN/pages/1834713171/VT500+Temperature+sensor+v2

Product page: https://vutlan.com/digital-output/14-vt500-temperature-sensor.html

Function and purpose

The sensor is needed for the measurement of temperature indoors.

"VT500 / Temperature sensor" is an analog plug&play temperature sensor for indoor use only. Can be connected to any of the analog ports (A1...A8) of Vutlan monitoring systems.

The accuracy of the sensor is ± 0.15 °C at room temperature.  The maximum distance from the monitoring unit (or sensor extension unit) is 100 meters.

The maximum amount of sensors and maximum length can be extended using the "VT408 / Sensor extension unit".

The sensor can not be used on its own. It must be used together with Vutlan monitoring systems.

Technical specifications



Analog sensor


Temperature measurement

Product dimensions

(Length, Width, Height) 60×18×18 mm

Packing weight

70 g

Packing size

(Length, Width, Height) 45x45x120 mm

Cable length

2m (the custom length of the cable is possible)

Power Consumption

60 mW

Operating temperature

Optimal temperature range:  -10° C to +80° C

Extended temperature range:  -40° С to +100° C

Operating humidity

0 to 95 %

Storage temperature

-40° С to +100° C

Storage humidity

0 to 95 %

Mounting possibilities

Desktop, Indoor, Rack-mountable, Wall mount

Max. distance from the unit

100 m

Manufactured in (country)

Manufactured in Slovak Republic, E.U.

HS Code

9025 11 800


± 0.15 °C at room temperature

Daisy chain

Not possible

Inputs terminals

RJ-11 / 6P4C

Package includes


Connecting the sensor

The sensor uses a standard Vutlan analog RJS5 RJ11 sensor cable for connecting to the monitoring unit.

Analog sensor connection

Installation using a sticker and a bracket

Option 1.

There's a round bump at the bottom of the plastic enclosure of the sensor. It is used for fastening when the sensor is mounted on walls using a screw. In the current example, it is not needed. If you are planning to mount a device differently, do not follow this step.

Cut the round bump using a knife so that the bottom of the plastic enclosure will be flat.


Option 2.

a) Stick the mounting sensor to the surface using the sticker.


b) Stick a sensor to the surface using a screw.


Option 3.

Mount the sensor to the surface using a mounting bracket. The mounting bracket and the sensor can be either attached by the stickers or together with screws and nuts.

Sensor configuration


Vutlan s.r.o. (LLC)

Remote Infrastructure Monitoring and Control

43 ul.Svornosti, 821 06 Bratislava,

Slovak Republic