Ionization device management improves through the use of the Ambient Dragon. Power on/off is automatically regulated through a combination of schedules, algorithms, temperature sensing, and remote occupancy management.

Ionization is an important first step in securing spaces. Manage it effectively.

VAV Box Ionization

Optimized control and management

Ionization offers enhanced space protection for occupants during occupied hours. Device management is significantly improved using optimized control routines tied to any combination of occupancy schedules, supply and return air temperatures, and algorithms capable of tuning ion output to meet space needs.

Rooftop unit management starts with continual assessment of outside air admitted to the space. It follows with coil leaving air temps for expected performance from the compressors. It examines economizer performance in context of outside air temperatures. And it looks for out-of-normal condensing temperatures that impact energy usage.

Rooftop Unit

Equipment performance verification is a continuing effort that requires continuous monitoring and evaluation. Analytical routines check a wide variety of operating temperatures for out-of-normal conditions. Exceptions are reported as alerts along with explanations of individual deviations and what expected performance should be.

Optimize RTU performance for indoor air quality and energy performance. Know your equipment - continuously.

Boiler Operation

Provides monitoring of boiler operation over the heating season for optimized operation. Works for 1-pipe and 2-pipe steam, and hot water boilers. Continually checks for unnecessary runtime and most effective operating temperatures. Uses multiple temperature sensors to log and assess system performance. Compares actual operation to optimal and reports deviations to improve efficiency and reduce fuel costs. Tracks pump operation for consistency and alerts on failure to run when expected.