A compact solution to improve air quality: thePrema P360 KNX Multi presence detector with CO2 sensor

(Haigerloch, 18th January 2021) The thePrema P360 KNX Multi presence detector from Theben with an integrated CO2 sensor detects not only the presence of people, but also the CO2 concentration in the room. With this device, targeted ventilation can be used to minimise harmful aerosols in the air and improve internal air quality.

Good room air quality and regular ventilation of enclosed spaces are more important than ever at the moment. In offices and classrooms in particular, constant measurement of the CO2 concentration means that rooms can be ventilated in a targeted manner in order to minimise harmful aerosols and improve the air quality.

This is where the thePrema P360 KNX Multi from Theben comes in: The device combines a presence detector and a CO2 sensor in one compact housing. People in the room are reliably detected and, at the same time, a precise measurement of the CO2 concentration is provided. The ventilation is controlled efficiently via the KNX building automation on the basis of easily configurable threshold values.


Easy installation and integration into KNX building automation

As multiple devices are combined in one housing, there is only one unit to install. This reduces the amount of effort involved in installation considerably. Alongside presence and CO₂ concentration, the relative humidity, temperature and barometric air pressure are also measured. This allows further actions of the KNX-based building control system to be triggered with a single device. Practical: thePrema KNX presence detectors that have already been installed can be upgraded easily and cost-effectively.


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