Special control computers have been developed to achieve an optimum climate, energy efficiency, and thus cost efficiency.
These control computers can be used in different configurations.
The outside temperature and relative humidity (RH) are measured and compared to the desired indoor climate. The control computer measures all the necessary quantities and controls the pumps, valves and fans on the basis of the target value settings to achieve an optimum climate. A system that is ideal for cooling industrial buildings, for example in summer, can automatically switch to a split-coil system when outside temperatures are lower. A split-coil system enables energy to be recovered from warm outgoing air. The control computers can transfer all their information to a cloud server. This puts a 'dashboard' at the user's disposal via the internet at all times.