HVAC air quality sensors for a healthy and efficient indoor climate
Our HVAC air quality sensors offer accurate measurements and an aesthetic and timeless design for architects, quick mounting for installers, easy commissioning with a smartphone for system integrators, and a comfortable and healthy room climate for occupants. With or without an ePaper touch display, they monitor and control multiple parameters necessary for indoor comfort and safety, including temperature, humidity, and CO2 levels. The room operating units with virtual displays allow complete and easy control without worrying about unauthorized access.
Room operating units with virtual display – full access, no protective housing required
The room operating unit with virtual display is the ideal solution for airports, other public buildings, and classrooms. It does not require a display and can be operated directly via your Smartphone using the Belimo Display App. Access is protected by a four-digit code – therefore there is no need for an additional housing to protect against unauthorised access. What are the advantages compared to an additional housing? Accurate measurement, with no falsification due to a protective housing, no key necessary, easy operation for authorised persons, a stylish, simple room operating unit that is hardly noticeable, as well as quick and easy mounting – and therefore no additional costs.
Rising above design challenges
Designing room sensors that meet multiple requirements for accuracy, speed, and versatility across the globe is a complex task. This requires thorough planning when designing the device to eliminate potential internal sources of error while also compensating for external fluctuations. One example of how we excel in creating high-performance, reliable room sensors is by overcoming design challenges to ensure accurate temperature measurement.
The importance of monitoring indoor CO2 levels in schools
Monitoring CO2 levels in classrooms is critical to maintaining a healthy learning environment. High concentrations of carbon dioxide (CO2) can have detrimental effects on students, impacting cognitive function, energy levels, and overall well-being. Numerous studies have shown that indoor CO2 levels above 1000 ppm are associated with decreased cognitive performance. Students may suffer difficulty concentrating, impaired decision-making, and reduced problem-solving skills, all of which can hinder academic progress. Furthermore, high CO2 concentrations can exacerbate respiratory issues, cause headaches, and induce fatigue.
Regular monitoring of indoor CO2 allows facilities managers to identify ventilation problems, helping them to make informed decisions when taking measures to improve air quality for students.
Seamless integration and maximum compatibility
The Belimo room sensors can be seamlessly integrated into building management systems using BACnet MS/TP, Modbus RTU or MP-Bus protocols, simplifying the commissioning and installation processes while saving wiring time. Additionally, the sensors are equipped with an Auxiliary Digital Input, enabling third-party sensors and switches (such as window alarms and occupancy detectors) to be connected and monitored. The input values are transmitted using the BACnet MS/TP, Modbus RTU or MP-Bus protocols, ensuring seamless integration and compatibility with various building management systems.
Commissioning at your fingertips
The Belimo Assistant App offers operation transparency when used with Belimo room sensors that have integrated Near Field Communication (NFC). With a smartphone, the Belimo Assistant App enables fast and easy programming, commissioning and troubleshooting even without power. Furthermore, numerous diagnostic parameters display how the device interacts with the system during operation. If servicing is required, it is possible to quickly draw up a failure analysis.
Another benefit of NFC technology is fast commissioning. To commission a new hvac air quality sensor, simply copy the settings from a pre-set room sensor and paste them onto the new sensor. This greatly reduces the time spent on commissioning.