This green solution does not require any wiring, which is great news for the designers and installers of ventilation systems.
The use of flexible perovskite panels, optimised in terms of size, power and charging current, allows you to minimise the power consumption of the control system and, at the same time, to appropriately control the airflow in the ventilation system.
Wide range of device management by means of wireless control signal.
The control module supports Modbus RTU communication which enables the management of up to 16 devices a time.
The perovskite features a high light-absorption coefficient, which makes it possible to work with artificial lighting or low-intensity reflected light from the ceiling of the room.
The flexibility of this solution allows for the installation of a perovskite panel and its separation from the device while also allowing remote control of the device.
Adjusts the airflow in the room to changing conditions – through the set flow value via the I/O signal, e.g., using the CO2 concentration threshold, room occupancy sensor, etc.
is used to adjust the volumetric airflow in ventilation installations and is responsible for maintaining the set airflow values, regardless of the change in static pressure in the ventilation duct. With a control module that allows you to manage up to 16 CAV controllers, the regulator can cooperate with room occupancy sensors and CO2 concentration sensors.Watch the video to see how it works!
flow rate: 2-10 m/s
diameters 100-400 mm
two set flow values modified by the actuator
the actuating module and the electric actuator are powered by a perovskite cell
no external power supply is needed to change the setting
controllers can be grouped into 8 zones using addressing
regulator in a version with sound insulation
maintenance-free and wireless device
During one of the conferences on sustainable construction, mainly the PLGBC Green Building Summit — where Olga Malinkiewicz discussed the potential of perovskites — we came up with an idea on how to implement this ground-breaking technology. Michał Cisowski, Technical Director at SMAY, knew that he would be able to create, along with his engineering team, a solution that would take their ECO ventilation products to a whole new level. Marzena Maj, Vice President of SMAY, didn’t doubt it for a second.Read more
The angle of incidence of the light to the panel surface does not play a significant role, allowing the panel to be positioned as desired, also when the ceiling is built-in and access to light is limited.
The energy generated is used to power the circuit board and the electric actuator. By using a microcontroller, the actuating module is properly optimised and saves stored energy.
The battery only activates the electric circuit upon receiving an external signal and requires a minimum amount of electricity while waiting for a signal. The circuit board receives a radio signal and sends information to the actuator, which changes the flow set value.
The new RCP-R CAV offers many benefits, but one of the most important is the fact that the actuating module does not require any external wiring to supply or provide an external control signal. The system in question makes it easier to change the setting of the electric actuator by means of a wireless control signal. The device controller is responsible for communication with the module. It uses radio waves to send information to the microcontroller.
What is important, it can communicate with one or more actuating modules. It has a channel selection function to control the selected module. Control using a CO2 sensor or room occupancy sensor helps to ensure automatic control of adequate air quality.