(Kinston, NC)—Field Controls NEW Fresh Air Ventilation Control (FAVC) manages fresh outdoor air intake and stale indoor air exhaust to provide whole-dwelling ventilation to satisfy ASHRAE 62.2 2010, 2015 and 2016 standards. The FAVC delivers a comfort advantage—efficient fresh air ventilation all year long.
Intelligently Manages the Central Fan
“Controls based on timers are inefficient and waste energy since they run on a pre-set time and not actual air flow. Exhaust-only fans like those in bathrooms and kitchens can remove stale indoor air but can create negative pressure within the home which means unhealthy air from the basement or garage maybe introduced,” says Timothy Barton, Director Wholesale Sales at Field Controls. “The Fresh Air Ventilation Control (FAVC) is different. The FAVC powers the central fan for shorter more frequently airflow cycles every 30 minutes. The FAVC continuously monitors indoor air quality by monitoring return air home temperature and relative humidity comfort levels along with actual outside temperature. This conserves energy since the FAVC runs the fan only when needed, unlike controls based on timers. The FAVC controls the amount of fresh air ventilation to regulate humidity in the winter months and to prevent humid conditions in summer months.”
A Smarter, More Versatile Fresh Air Control
The FAVC comes pre-set from the factory and is easily adjusted to the square footage and number of bedrooms of the dwelling. The FAVCcan also monitor up to four exhausting appliances in the home to adjust ventilation needs based on total appliance operation along with the ability to cycle on/off multiple appliances. The FAVC can control dampers, an ERV/HRV, HVAC central blower, clothes dryer, kitchen exhaust fan and other various exhaust fans to evenly balance fresh air ventilation within the home. In addition to inhibiting mold, the FAVC will limit condensation and corrosion buildup on the heat exchanger. Plus, the climate mode feature allows the FAVC to be customized for warm or cold climates, or economy mode. Features include:
- Factory Pre-set settings
- Normal or Economy Mode of Operation
- Multiple Climate Application Mode: Normal, Hot, Cold or Disabled
- Adjusts ventilation need based on 30-minute time periods
- Simple Fresh Air Ventilation using Fresh Air Damper or HRV/ERV Devices
- Monitoring Capability up to 4 appliances
- Control Capability up to 3 appliances (including ventilation damper)
- Built-in Selectable Enthalpy Control
- Temperature sensor located in R/A ductwork
- Compatible with any HVAC system having accessible 24VAC R W Y G terminals:
- Conventional Heat/Cool HVAC Systems
- Heat Pump Systems
- Hydronic Air Handlers
- Stand-alone Configuration
Comply with ASHRAE 62.2 without Breaking a Sweat or Getting Chilled
The NEW Fresh Air Ventilation Control (FAVC) from Field Controls is smart, versatile and saves on energy costs. We designed the FAVCto be pre-set from our factory so installation is fast, simple, and satisfies ASHRAE standards for both single- and multi-family homes. Need the FAVC to do more? The FAVC is easily customized to the dwelling and additional appliances. The FAVC delivers a comfort advantage—efficient fresh air ventilation all year long—while satisfying ASHRAE 62.2 2010, 2015 and 2016 standards. We provide training, customized brochures, and excellent customer service and tech support. Call 252.522.3031 or email email@example.com.
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