conservation through automatic ventilation control
AIRXPERT 7000 uses CO2 data to conserve
energy in two ways. First, the system investigates dozens of occupied
spaces in a building for evidence of persistent over-ventilation.
Then, the AIRXPERT 7000 is reconfigured to monitor
CO2 in just those areas with the highest potential payback.
That data is exported continuously through a BACnet interface to the
building automation system to modulate ventilation in concert with
over-ventilated areas where outside air can be reduced to save energy
without compromising the ASHRAE Ventilation Standard.
energy through demand-controlled ventilation (DCV), which automatically
adjusts ventilation to match fluctuating occupancy levels.
summertime energy load to avoid utility price thresholds without compromising
the ASHRAE Ventilation Standard.
that return air CO2 at the air handler is a valid indicator
of occupancy in demand-controlled ventilation (DCV) applications.