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Ecosmart Controls

Back in the early 1970's it was standard practice to select fans as close to the design duty as possible and not install speed controls. Understanding the inefficiency of this, Nuaire, headed by our then owner and CIBSE Chairman, Brian Moss, developed Twin Fan controls – a cost-effective way to save energy and reduce running costs. Since then, the Nuaire brand has become synonymous with energy-saving controls.

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Ecosmart is the industry standard in ventilation control. Our range of control options mean there is a solution for all requirements, no matter how simple or complicated. Complete demand control ventilation at your fingertips.

Ecosmart Classic

Ecosmart Classic

The UK’s leading energy-efficient plug-and-play solution. Provides 0-10V BMS interface, trickle and boost as standard. The most successful energy control. Demand control ventilation at your fingertips.

Ecosmart Adapt

Designed to be project specific, Adapt can be adapted to utilise other control platforms such as Trend, Siemens or Johnson’s. The industry standard for controls.

Ecosmart Adapt
Ecosmart Connect

Ecosmart Connect

Energy-efficient demand-based control expanded to provide network connectivity and advanced functionality. Available with range of BACnet compatible plug-and-play sensors and enablers. Full BMS integration via BACnet MS/TP (BACnet IP via optional additional router).3

Installation & Maintenance

Simple to Install

Controls are pre-assembled, configured and installed directly to the fan

Simpler Systems

Simple plug-and-play technology without the need for main VCD

Controls

Precise Commissioning

Enables systems to be accurately commissioned via an integrated speed control

High Efficiency

Energy Efficient

Demand control means units only ventilate when you want them to

BMS Interface

Integrated BMS features enables any central system to control and monitor units via a 0-10V signal