Swegon’s demand-controlled ventilation has wireless control

Swegon, demand controlled ventilation, ventilation, energy efficiency

Swegon’s Wise demand-controlled-ventilation system saves up to 80% of the fan energy and 40% of the cooling and heating energy in a building by supplying heating and cooling in the right amounts, at the right time to the right places. Software such as Swegon ESBO (early stage building optimisation) and the product-selection software IC Design provide decision-making support.

To simplify the later stages of an installation the system uses wireless communication to control dampers and diffusers via integrated radio nodes.

Finally, the web-based Super Wide user interface has been completely remodelled. Maximum visual overview and simple handling of the systems settings makes Super Wise easy to work with.

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