HVAC transmitters and sensor controllers
How to monitor indoor air quality? Indoor air quality or IAQ is not merely a matter of how the environment feels, polluted indoor air has a direct impact on our health and well-being. Together with the increased thermal insulation of our buildings, the importance of smart ventilation systems is rising in order to maintain a good indoor air quality and to minimise energy losses. The following parameters have a direct impact on the health, the sense of well-being and the comfort of the residents: temperature - relative humidity – carbon dioxide or CO2 – VOC or Volatile Organic Compounds – carbon monoxide or CO – nitrogen dioxide or NO2. To monitor or control the amount of fresh air that is supplied into a building, it is important to monitor and control differential pressure, volume flow and air velocity. As a specialist in control solutions for HVAC and ventilation systems, Sentera developed a wide range of HVAC transmitters and sensor controllers – each with its own, specific purpose. All of them can be found in this section.