SAV Systems has launched Airlinq Online, providing internet-based access and control of its AirMaster Smart Ventilation Units (SVUs).
Airlinq control panels enable setting of all main ventilation functions and display key indoor air quality parameters such as carbon dioxide levels.
The new Airlinq Online facility provides remote access to AirMaster units via a web browser on any device, from any location. This enables remote analysis and performance optimisation, avoiding disruption of activities in the ventilated space. Airlinq Online delivers all the information that can be expected from a typical BMS in terms of data capture, programmability and ease of access.
Alerts of any problems or routine maintenance requirements are automatically sent to designated parties using secure data encryption, allowing remote diagnostics and avoiding unnecessary call-outs. An early warning system highlights potential future issues, supporting early preventative measures and planned maintenance visits at convenient times.
The Airlinq Online system can be configured for use by different stakeholders, including administrators, operations managers, caretakers and end users – with a password-controlled hierarchy of permissions. Reporting can be tailored to differing levels of responsibility and complexity.
Airlinq Online also allows grouping and sub-grouping of AirMaster SVUs, customised to the needs of each project. Where AirMaster SVUs are grouped, an ethernet connection is only required for the first unit of the group. Networks can also be re-configured in response to any changes in building usage.
All AirMaster SVUs are now fitted with an ethernet module as standard to enable Airlinq Online connection, and Airlinq Online modules can also be retrofitted to older AirMaster units.
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