The wall mounted wireless CO(2) sensor is designed to take advantage of existing WiFi voice/data networks that are already installed in millions of office buildings. By tapping into WiFi, the total installed cost of their sensor system can be reduced by 50 to 70% resulting in energy paybacks that will occur in a matter of months for many types of buildings, claims the company.
The unit has been designed for the LEED green building certification program. As required by this program, the TR9294-WF transmitter can provide an audible and visual indicator of elevated levels indicating a possible malfunction of the building control system. AirTest’s self-calibrating CO(2) sensors save energy in buildings by regulating outside air ventilation based on the actual number of people in a space. This ensures that only enough outside air is heated or cooled to meet the immediate needs of occupants.
AirTest offers its products to leading-edge building owners, contractors and energy service companies targeting the buildings market. AirTest also provides energy cost reduction solutions to building equipment and controls manufacturers who incorporate AirTest sensor components in their products.
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