Airmaster decentralised ventilation units can be controlled individually, e.g. with an Orbit panel in each room, but with many ventilation units to keep track of, it is more practical to consolidate the control. We therefore offer “Airlinq Online”, which enables you to control the ventilation units centrally and obtain a quick overview of the operating status, CO2 level, etc. With our Airlinq® Online API, you also have the option to integrate the control of Airmaster ventilation units into your BMS.
Airmaster introduces newly developed API which makes it easy and economically attractive to integrate the control of Airmaster ventilation units with BMS.
Airmaster’s Airlinq® Online solution has now been expanded to include a newly developed API, so that control and monitoring can ALSO be done via a traditional building management system, without investment in expensive communication modules such as KNX®, BACnetTM and the like.
There are many advantages to this:
Who can use Airlinq® Online API?
All customers who have Airmaster ventilation units installed in the future or who already have Airlinq Online access installed in their Airmaster ventilation units can now have the API made available to them. It just requires a user login.
To be able to communicate with your BMS, it also requires that the BMS is able to access a WEB API. Additional technical documentation can be found in this online catalogue: https://api.airlinq.eu/swagger
How can the API be used?
Using the Airlinq® Online API, the desired features of Airlinq Online can be integrated into a BMS to achieve a platform that contains the information you require in order to be able handle everyday life in a simple way.
The Airlinq® Online API is thus a tool for fulfilling individual wishes for control and management of ventilation, together with lighting, heating and other installations in the building.