Siemens Symaro sensors help improve energy efficiency in HVAC

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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.

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