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OptiNet Components

A wide range of a facility’s indoor environmental data is continuously being collected by the OptiNet® system. First gathered from individual spaces and the air handler, air samples are then sent to the Sensor Suite for analysis. Once analyzed, the results are communicated to the Building Management System and airflow is adjusted to improve Indoor Environmental Quality while reducing energy costs. In addition, the air sample data is also transmitted to the web-based AirGenuity Knowledge Centre for archiving, review, and report generation.
Sensor Suite

Sensor Suite

The Sensor Suite (SST) adaptable design makes it ideal for multipoint sampling of a range of indoor environmental factors collected from a variety of sensors. The automated collection of “real time” location-specific data received from Air Data Routers enables the SST to distribute multiplexed based sensing of the monitored areas. Because of the shared sensor platform, calibration and maintenance costs are lowered while increasing potential energy savings.
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Sensor Suite Sensors

Sensor Suite Sensors

Sensor Suite Sensors (SEN), found within a Sensor Suite, use a shared sensor architecture to evaluate a full range of environmental conditions. Depending on its assigned control or monitoring application, each sensor is designed for optimal performance. A range of sensors is available to measure:

  • Carbon dioxide (CO2)
  • Carbon monoxide (CO)
  • Dewpoint temperature
  • Total volatile organic compounds (TVOCs)
  • Airborne particulates

Information Management Server

Information Management Server

The Information Management Server (IMS) provides network management of the Sensor Suites; link to the AirGenuity Knowledge Centre for web-based dashboard reporting; and integration to a "Building Automation System (BAS)".
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OptiNet Structured Cable

OptiNet Structured Cable

The OptiNet® Structured Cable (OSC) is the communications centre of the OptiNet® Facility Monitoring System. The cable is a composite of both traditional LAN based technologies and MicroDuct®, a patent pending sampling media. The exacting combination of carbon nanotubes and a fluoropolymer resin provides a superior particle transport to ensure chemical purity of the air sample is not compromised.
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Room Sensor

Room Sensor

The Room Sensor (RS) provides room level sensing of temperature and for taking air samples. It interfaces to the Air Data Router using the patented MicroDuct® communications path. Using flush mounted assembly and paintability, the Room Sensor blends into any interior décor.
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Duct Probes

Duct Probes

The Duct Probe (DPB) provides duct and outside air level sensing of temperature as well as collecting air samples. It interfaces to the Air Data Router using the patented MicroDuct® communications path. A variety of outer housings are available depending on interior and exterior (weather sealed) applications.
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Air Data Routers

Air Data Routers

Air Data Routers (ADR) move air samples from up to four separate test areas to the Sensor Suite using dedicated Room Sensors and/or Duct Probes and the OptiNet Structured Cable. The router transfers air samples from room sensors and probes by way of onboard solenoid valves that open and close through the router; and, if equipped, take direct temperature readings from the same sensors and probes. A single Air Data Router can monitor several areas and can be networked as part of a larger distributed system.
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High Flow Vacuum Pump

High Flow Vacuum Pump

The High Flow Vacuum Pump (HFP) draws a continuous flow (vacuum) of air through the OptiNet Structured Cable for evaluation. The pump interfaces to a Sensor Suite for sequencing of air samples taken from the Air Data Routers.
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