Car Park Ventilation - Aviator Control System
The Aviator Control System is a tailored solution, designed to efficiently manage car park ventilation equipment. It helps maintain good air quality when the car park traffic is high and conserve energy when it is low.
The Aviator Control System works in conjunction with the JetVent fans, CO and NOx pollutant sensors, variable speed drives, supply and exhaust fans and the BMS. The Aviator has been developed to help increase the energy efficiency of a car park, while ensuring the ventilation output is optimised. It will vary the operating speed of the car park fans according to when the requirements and demand in the environment develop.
When the CO or NOx pollutant levels within the car park reach a pre-set level, the ventilation fans begin to ramp up in speed. As the levels increase and decrease during the course of the day and night, the speed of the fans and therefore the ventilation rate also increase and decrease.
The Aviator Control System can also be connected to the fire system in the building to manage the automatic starting/stopping of the fans when a fire is detected (depending on fire/smoke management strategies), and control the fans at the FDCIE by manual speed control. Some buildings also require links from the Building Management System (BMS) to monitor the operation of the JetVent system in the car park.
Step 5 - Select the Aviator Control System
|1 Select the controller
|2 Select the BMS connection
||Via Modbus TCP or RTU
||N/A (std on controller)
|Via BACnet MSTP or IP
|3 Select the required sensors
|Modbus RTU CO
|Modbus RTU NOx
|Modbus RTU Temperature
|4 Select the required accessories
||Touchscreen 7” GUI
|Touchscreen 4.3” GUI
|Expansion Module (Max Only)
|Smoke Ceiling Base Plate