Ventilation: Context-sensitive regulation



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Description Context-sensitive regulation contributes to an energy efficient use of HVAC systems, which reduces energy costs significantly. Ideally, sensors for air quality are installed. Combined with control systems, such as humidity and CO2 sensors, they adapt ventilation and air conditioning systems to actual demand. Moreover, these systems enable the measurement and visualization of air quality. Through this visualization manual ventilation can be optimized.
Advantages
  • Increased energy efficiency
  • Reduced energy costs
Disadvantages

High investment cost

Application barriers

High investment cost

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Trade: HVAC technologies
Energytype: electrical
Energy saving or generation: saving
Season: winter, summer
Buildingtype: single, collective
Envelope or System: system
Category: heating, cooling

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Initial cost per unit:

high

Cost for operation and maintenance:

medium

Cost development:

continuous

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