Siemens Symaro sensors help improve energy efficiency in HVAC

Published:  05 September, 2017

Siemens, Siemens Building Technologies,  sensors, BMS, BEMS

The Symaro range of sensors from Siemens Building Technologies can be used for typical HVAC measurements such as temperature, humidity, pressure and air quality. They record and transmit readings in a fast and high-precision manner. Integrated self monitoring and installation, along with service mode, are some of their concepts that save energy and provide cost-efficient control for the whole HVAC plant.

Optimum comfort is assured with regards to room comfort, with sensors automatically compensating for changes in building occupancy, building usage or plant characteristics — allowing for demand-controlled ventilation.

Humidity sensors have excellent long-term stability and conform to the FDA and GMP guidelines.

Air-quality sensors for room and duct applications provide cost-efficient solutions through infrared absorption measurement and self calibration.

For more information on this story, click here: Sept 2017, 171

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