Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
Gas sensors based on various sensing technologies are used extensively in heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. Gas sensors are integrated into control loops to achieve an efficient HVAC system control.
One of the biggest challenges to design effective HVAC system control is to optimize for actual occupancy. Demand Controlled Ventilation (DCV) has become an increasingly important element to achieve this goal. Often, CO2 gas sensors are used to measure occupancy levels in closed environments (homes, office buildings, car cabins, etc.)
NDIR gas sensors deliver a high performance for HVAC and DCV systems, offering key advantages such as sensor stability, low cost-of-ownership, and being potentially calibration-free.
Advantages of Axetris Infrared Sources :
- High emission at 4.26μm
- Small size
- Fast electrical modulation (Modulation frequency: >10Hz)
- High modulation depth
- Low power consumption
- Long lifetime
Axetris offers solutions by providing a portfolio of IR sources with several reflector with /or without integrated windows (BaF2, CaF2, GeART100)