GE Sensing & Inspection Technology's new Ventostat 8000 series of products monitor temperature, carbon dioxide (CO2) and humidity through a cost-effective sensor transmission device, which allows building managers to easily control indoor air quality within the building management system . Through monitoring, energy loss caused by excessive ventilation can be reduced, and up to 20% of ventilation costs can be saved for building owners.
"Combining humidity, temperature, and CO2 monitoring provides a new way to reduce our customers' purchase and installation costs," said Chris Ranwell, global product manager for GE Sensing and Inspection Technology.
This new transmitter for HVAC on-demand controlled ventilation uses a modern and stylish design and combines three technologies in one, replacing the existing Telaire Ventostat products. Ventostat was recently awarded the Good Design Award by the Chicago Literary Arts Association, which honors designers and manufacturers who launch new and innovative product ideas and designs.
At the same time, the patented ABCLogic self-calibration algorithm provides an important guarantee for life-long automatic calibration, avoiding the long-term cost investment caused by manual calibration. GE Sensing & Inspection Technology designs a variety of sensors that help monitor indoor air quality and maximize energy use. GE building transmitters, such as the Ventostat series, help achieve green building goals and reduce the impact on the built environment.