Sensors for perfect indoor climate
The B.E.G. WS-VOC-HVAC-KNX wall sensor not only controls temperature and humidity. It ensures fresh, oxygen-rich air in rooms. In doing so, it measures the proportion of volatile organic components - VOC for short. If there are too many of these VOCs in a room, it is automatically ventilated. In this way, you always maintain a good indoor climate in your premises.
Contactless sensors in lavatories and technical rooms
Hygienic and particularly energy-saving, the Indoor 180-KNX-DX is used to illuminate the sanitary facilities. It reacts to movement and then switches on the light. It also has a noise detection system. This means that it also detects a presence in individual cubicles. During periods of non-use, the lights remain switched off.
Safety in staircases and corridors without daylight
Safety and security are basic human needs. For the well-being of building users, B.E.G. has developed predictive lighting through networked systems. "Guided Light" ensures that they feel safe at all times, even in large buildings. In the process, the building system technology "senses" potential walkways.
Professional lighting control in classrooms and training rooms
In classrooms and training rooms, lighting needs to be flexible because it is the only way to cater for different activities such as meetings, lectures or presentations. Therefore, classrooms and training rooms need lighting that can be quickly switched from one lighting control to another.
Efficient lighting control for gymnasiums
Modern gymnasiums are usually multi-purpose halls that can be divided into three smaller halls by mobile partition walls. The lighting control system must function both for the entire hall and for the three smaller halls. If necessary, the automatic control system should be manually overridable.
Feeling good in a natural environment - Human Centric Lighting
On average, we spend 90 % of our day indoors - this throws our inner clock out of sync, because conventional artificial light has a constant intensity or brightness and fixed colour components. Natural daylight, however, varies in both intensity and colour composition. With the integration of Human Centric Lighting (HCL), you plan a piece of naturalness and well-being into the building. Especially in schools and universities, lighting technology promotes concentration and balance among building users.