Sensor for measuring CO2 level, temperature and humidity
DCV – Demand Controlled Ventilation
Air quality-controlled ventilation system
Sensors are a key component in Demand Controlled Ventilation (DCV) systems. They allow monitoring room conditions and adjusting the amount of supplied air to actual demand, leading to more efficient and energy-saving operation of the ventilation system.
External sensor SCO2 EX
- 2x 0-10V outputs for reading
- Possibility of communication via MODBUS protocol (configuration and data reading)
Internal sensor SCO2 IN
- I2C digital transmission output
- Up to 2m cable range
- Internal mounting on the flat surface of air ducts or air handling units
Optimize indoor air quality, reduce energy costs and increase occupants comfort with key elements for DCV systems – SENSORS! Thanks to the constant monitoring of temperature, humidity and pollutant levels, the ventilation system adapts to the specific conditions in the given space. This dynamic control allows for energy savings by reducing ventilation when it is not needed, while still providing adequate fresh air for occupants when required, resulting in improved indoor air quality and energy efficiency.