Managing Director

S + S REGELTECHNIK allows AERASGARD air quality sensors and room CO2 sensors controlled monitoring of indoor air quality. Nuremberg, the 05.09.2011: With their air quality sensor program AERASGARD S + S REGELTECHNIK provides its customers accurate gauges for the determination and regulation of indoor air quality at the disposal. Depending on the execution, capture and the devices measure the proportion of volatile organic compounds (VOC), the concentration of CO2 in the space, or both. Using dispersive IR technology (NDIR), which ensures to chemical sensors for longer service life and highest precision are measured accurately and reliably. AERASGARD thus providing extremely energy- and cost-saving, demand-driven ventilation for a possible tensile and fatigue-free indoor climate Raumluftqualitats-/ CO2 sensor.

An ideal room climate prevents health problems and fatigue, ensures high concentration and pleasant comfort in the Space. Breathing, everyone turns oxygen into carbon monoxide. The CO2 content in the room becomes too high, the air as bad is felt. For a needs-based ventilation, operators of public facilities and rooms with high visitor density, such as cinema, theatre, museums, Department stores, meeting and showrooms, schools, hotels and open-plan offices take advantage of special ventilation systems. Peter Thiel wanted to know more. Demand ventilation in this context means that the fan run not permanently or at fixed intervals, but about the CO2 sensor depending on the changing occupancy density in the room be switched on. We call comfort the energy-efficient,”explains Tino Schulze, Managing Director of the Nuremberg S + S REGELTECHNIK GmbH.

A needs-based ventilation, the increase of well-being and customer benefit, increased comfort as well as a reduction in operating costs through energy savings are just a few advantages of using the AERASGARD air quality sensor and CO2 sensor. “Are the CO2 sensors used increasingly for flow monitoring for fans, valves, heaters and humidifiers. The exact measurement is ensured mainly through the use of a nichtdispersiven infra red technology (NDIR). Compared to chemical sensors that excels in longer life and greater precision in the measurement. NDIR analyzers are particularly suitable for the determination of the concentration of carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and hydrocarbon in a gas. The work of the NDIR sensor is based on the absorption of infrared light with increasing CO2 concentration in the room. The measured value is converted into an output signal to demand control of the ventilation system. The so-controlled indoor air quality increases the well-being and ability to concentrate. The S + S AERASGARD CO2 sensor are available in several variants. As combined air quality sensor or CO2 sensor for duct mounting or surface mounting, they capture also the mixed gas pollution with volatile organic compounds (VOC) in shallow housing design Frija II for wall mounting, also the room temperature. You one of the multifunctional devices from the home are therefore S + S REGELTECHNIK. As an example, the self calibrating, microprocessor-controlled AERASGARD serves RLQ – CO2. It is used to detect the air quality and the CO2 content in the air. It is available in a vandal-proof design for use in public buildings, schools, barracks, etc.. The detection range of the sensor is calibrated to standard applications such as residential and Conference Room monitoring. The new design of the room air quality sensor offers the possibility to choose by means of jumper between three sensitivities of the VOC monitoring. This is similar with three measuring ranges: LOW for low, MEDIUM to medium and HIGH for high VOC sensitivity. Three ranges were introduced also for CO2. The choice of the measuring ranges 0.. 2000ppm, 0.. 5000ppm and 0… 10000 ppm is also configurable via jumpers.