How Sensors Work With Your HVAC Systems To Reduce Expenses
It’s becoming more crucial for building and facility managers to install sensors to manage their spaces more efficiently. Commercial HVAC sensor controls provide businesses with data to make informed operational decisions. Sensors help building owners improve energy efficiency, control investments and return on investment, create data-driven workplace designs, and improve workspaces for employees.
Sensors from a variety of manufacturers cover HVAC control, monitoring, temperature, and more while improving energy efficiency and maintaining accuracy. We work on and install the following types of sensors in commercial buildings:
- Occupancy Sensors—Occupancy sensors measure the number of people in a space to determine heating, cooling, and ventilation needs. Occupancy sensors are used to control an HVAC system automatically by obtaining an accurate measurement.
- HVAC Temperature Sensors—Commercial temperature sensors use occupancy readings to control room temperature. By accurately measuring temperatures, the sensor will increase or decrease heating, air conditioning, or ventilation needs for your indoor spaces.
- Pressure Sensors—Pressure sensors are used in coolers and variable air volume systems. They monitor rooms and filters for drops in pressure that may indicate system needs and maintenance.
Occupancy sensors enable businesses to reduce wasted energy and cut costs. Sensors are especially helpful in spaces where occupancy varies. For example, if you have employees traveling or working from home frequently, sensors can significantly lower expenses while creating a comfortable work environment.