Kentix MultiSensor technology with integrated thermal camera

The Kentix 4 factor early fire detection - Detect fires before they start

With its integrated 1024px thermal imaging sensor and 8 additional sensors, the MultiSensor-TI, which measures just 90x90mm, ensures the early detection of over 20 hazards in IT and technical rooms, in logistics or in areas with an increased risk of fire. Thanks to the network connection with PoE and integrated KentixONE software (HTTPS), configuration is extremely simple. Various interfaces such as SNMPv2/3, REST-API and webhooks enable integration into other system environments at any time.

The MultiSensor-TI is an alternative to expensive thermal imaging cameras, especially indoors, and offers a high detection rate thanks to the 4-factor early fire detection.

MultiSensor-TI functions at a glance

MultiSensor with Ethernet (PoE) and Thermal-Image
KentixONE LAN (PoE) Radio (BLE) Sysport (TYPE A)
  • Integrated sensors: 9
  • Monitored threats: up to 20
  • 4-factor early fire detection
  • Web server (HTTPS)
  • LAN-RADIO (BLE) repeater integrated
MultiSensor with integrated 1024px thermal-cam sensor for 4-factor early fire detection and extented environmental monitoring.Full software on board with integrated web server (HTTPS), standalone operation or connection to Kentix AlarmManager-PRODetection angle: 90°Integrated sensors with monitoring of: Temperature, humidity, dew point, smoldering fire (CO),  air quality, air-pressure, motion, acceleration-vibration (G), two external dry-contacts.Alarm notification via e-mail, SNMP traps (V2/3), web-hooks (REsT-API) or via SiteManager SMS and PUSH.
Field of view

€675.00 excl. VAT

Monitored area depending on optics with 40° or 90°FOV and height

The Kentix MultiSensor-TI is mainly used for room and system monitoring with 4-factor early fire detection. The great advantage over thermal cameras is that diffused fire gases are also detected in addition to the surface temperature.

Which sensor version (40° or 90° FOV) you choose depends mainly on the mounting height and the application purpose. For 75% of all applications in the area of room system monitoring, the 90° sensor is the right solution. For partial monitoring, the 40° version could be the better choice.

One MultiSensor - many applications

Detect fire hazards in battery and accumulator logistics at an early stage

Detect and report electrical defects in IT/OT racks at an early stage

Early detection of fire hazards in company kitchens and kitchens on floors


4-Factor Early Fire Detection as an alternative to thermal cameras

he MultiSensor-TI is the latest MultiSensor technology and integrates a 1024px thermal image sensor in addition to various gas sensors for monitoring critical plant conditions and early fire detection.

Compared to thermal imaging cameras, the MultiSensor-TI has the advantage that it complies with data protection regulations and links other sensors with the thermal evaluation. For early fire detection, this means that up to four factors (thermal image, CO, air quality, room temperature) are evaluated for reliable detection. The additional fire gas detection (CO, VOC, CO2) offers very significant advantages for very early fire detection.

Integrated Sensors

Early fire
Movement Climate Sabotage External
Thermal sensor 1024px (40/90°)

Carbon monoxide sensor (CO)

Air quality (VOC)


Air humidity

Dew point

Air pressure


External input

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Michaela Engel

Inside Sales Manager

Michaela Engel

A success story: Multisensor prevents expensive fire damage at Paket24 (Artelia)

The MultiSensor saved us from what was probably major damage and failure. It had detected cells in a UPS that had heated up dangerously at an early stage and triggered an alarm. When we looked, everything initially looked normal - it wasn't until we inspected the back panel that the reason for the alarm became clear. If this problem had gone undetected, it could have resulted in a serious fire. But the CO2 sensor on the Kentix multisensor detected the change in carbon dioxide levels early on, before any damage occurred.

Artelia (Paket24)
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