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— Temperature control
Restricting heating or cooling to the periods and conditions in which it is actually necessary makes it possible to achieve significant reductions in energy requirements in both the residential and tertiary sectors.
The main automation functions that can lead to a reduction in consumption by acting on the thermoregulation in contexts sometimes residential sometimes different are: • Independent microzones with chronothermostats and electrovalves: saving and optimizing comfort and consumption: Advanced configuration with a master chronothermostat and several slave thermostats. • When the system is for heating only, you can avoid blocking the valves during the long summer shutdown period by setting the protection function that periodically opens and closes the electromechanical devices completely (antisticking). • Indoor air quality (IAQ): a sensor analyzes the air quality and, once it becomes stale, activates the air exchange system. • Scheduled air change at times that are not too cold in winter and not too hot in summer to avoid excessive temperature gradients and therefore waste. • Integration of weather station (rain, wind, brightness) with temperature control to avoid waste and implementation of awnings, blinds, outdoor lighting and irrigation. • Regulation of climatic comfort conditions for the entire building, zones or individual rooms. Automatic control according to the presence of people or timed, attenuation at the opening of doors or windows to the outside with automatic reset at closure. • Possibility of local or centralized manual switching between different operating modes (comfort, precomfort, economy, off), timed extension of comfort mode. • Antifreeze function to protect furniture and systems for rooms with occasional occupation.
Stratification of energy consumption in the Italian tertiary sector
Lighting Water heating Space heating Air conditioning
Illuminazione Riscaldamento acqua Riscaldamento ambiente Aria condizionata
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