Demand-controlled ventilation

Maximized well-being and optimum energy efficiency

Highest energy efficiency

Before outdoor air enters indoor spaces, it must be filtered, cooled or heated. This process is very energy-intensive. Demand-based ventilation control optimizes the supply of outside air and minimizes energy consumption for air preparation.

Improved air quality

Environmental sensors help make invisible impurities in the air visible. If the air is too polluted, actively filtered and thus clean fresh air can be supplied from outside. In this way, the pollutant load inside can be reduced.

Smart control for ideal ventilation

Building control systems and ventilation systems are becoming increasingly complex and sophisticated. To benefit from the full functionality of the systems, reliable control parameters are needed. These are provided by high-precision measurement sensor technology.

Autonomous ventilation system

Intelligent automation systems based on advanced measurement sensor technology enable autonomous operation of the ventilation system without any effort for technicians, service personnel or users. The goal is to enable fully autonomous building control.

Market leader in VAV flow measurement

Leading providers in the field of building automation have been relying on Sensirion's highly accurate and reliable air flow sensors for years.

Miniaturized CO₂ sensor

Due to its extremely compact design, the CO₂ sensor can be placed anywhere in the building or in the ventilation system without much effort and thus measures exactly where it is relevant.

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