Decentralised ventilation is installed in the actual room to be ventilated. This also makes it possible to control each room individually via individual settings. In addition to individual basic settings for each room, we can also control the ventilation automatically as needed using various sensors.
This could be a PIR sensor (motion sensor), which activates the ventilation when there is movement in the room. It could also be a CO2 sensor, which controls the airflow intelligently according to the number of people present in the room. You can also opt for a TVOC sensor, which measures the presence of “little” or “much” of volatile organic compounds.
In sports facilities such as changing rooms, you can also choose to control the ventilation according to the humidity level, ensuring that it always remains at the desired level.
So, there are a host of options for combining different basic settings with sensors. The options for time control, CO2 sensor, TVOC sensor, PIR sensor and humidistat/hygrostat are set out below.