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Boost HVAC Efficiency with Ultra-Low-Pressure Sensing

In this webinar we will present solutions for building automation and HVAC systems that range from individual sensors to customer-specific sensor systems. The webinar will explain how these tools will help to boost the energy efficiency of your next heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning systems.



Date: February 20, 2020
Time: 10 AM EST (7 AM PST / 4:00 PM CET)
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

Up-to-date building automation and HVAC technology is able to ensure that energy is used in the most efficient manner to save resources and costs.
Critical measurements are supplied by an array of sensors for temperature, air humidity, pressure, and air flow. With these data, the automation system monitors, controls and regulates the technical systems.
Pressure sensors are a central element for system control. To ensure compliance with the latest legal requirements and to minimize energy costs, sensors need to be increasingly sensitive, accurate and stable over the long term. In addition, the pressure sensors must cope with particular requirements in HVAC systems such as dust-loaded air, humidity and limited space availability. In this webinar we will present solutions for building automation and HVAC systems that range from individual sensors to customer-specific sensor systems. The webinar will explain how these tools will help to boost the energy efficiency of your next heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning systems.

Key Takeaways

  • Learn about the aspects of differential pressure sensors for HVAC applications
  • Understand the difference between micro-flow channel technology and conventional flow channel design
  • Learn about sensitivity, long-term stability and dust immunity
  • Find out how First Sensor can be your partner for customized solutions

Speaker

Michael Sammüller, Product Manager, Low-Pressure Sensors, First Sensor AG

Michael Sammüller is responsible for the product range of thermal low-pressure sensors at First Sensor. He has more than 20 years of experience in sales, marketing and product management within the automotive and electrical industry. As Product Manager, he works closely with sales colleagues as the technical and commercial interface to find an optimum solution for customer's requirements and specifications.