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3 Ways Veris Occupancy & IAQ Products Reduce Downtime | Veris
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3 Ways Veris Occupancy & IAQ Products Reduce Downtime

Posted on Tuesday Mar 23, 2021 at 05:06PM

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is a critical component of safety, comfort, and code compliance in a wide variety of private and public indoor environments. When you invest in indoor air quality products—such as our wall-mounted building sensors with RH, temperature, and VOC outputs—you want to know that they’ll keep working day in and day out with minimal downtime.  Here are three ways that our air quality sensors can help you keep downtime at your facility to an absolute minimum.

1. Service Our Indoor Air Quality Products in the Field

Air quality sensors from Veris prioritize flexibility and freedom with fast installation and easy maintenance to measure CO2, temperature, and VOC. Removable and field-replaceable RH sensors make it possible to service and hot swap the elements right on the wall for minimized downtime and savings on maintenance costs.  You’ll also have the freedom to adjust the application on the fly.  Our sensors feature a user-friendly interface including a color touchscreen option on the CW2, HW2, and TW2 Series sensors.

2. Monitor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) From Remote Locations

With analog or embedded BACnet and Modbus communication protocols, Veris sensors are hyper-compatible with software that detects and accesses your IAQ sensors or BAS controller from remote locations. Enjoy simple system integration with indoor air quality products that capture the true potential of IoT. You’ll be free to leverage solutions that remotely monitor outputs and adjust setpoints from any location, even when the facility is otherwise closed, for maximum responsiveness and minimum downtime in the event of an issue.

3. Occupancy Sensors for an Efficient Service Schedule

With help from our workplace occupancy sensors, you can plan downtime for Veris indoor air quality products with accurate data models on where people are spending the majority of their time, when, and how long.  Occupancy sensors identify the most important areas of the facility, as well as those that are unlikely to be heavily affected by temporary downtime for servicing IAQ sensors or other devices. This data makes it easy to schedule an appropriate and safe time for planned maintenance outages or field service of air quality sensors, even in sensitive locations like schools, laboratories, museums, and more.

If you have any questions, or want to learn more about how our building sensors or indoor air quality products can help keep downtime to a minimum, don’t hesitate to contact one of our experts!