Wireless saves time

The new-generation WISE ensures that sensors, air diffusers, dampers and comfort modules ‘talk’ to each other without cables. The benefits are many:

Reliable operation: WISE jumps to available frequency gaps in the radioband where it causes no interference and is not compromised by it either. This means that the system can also be used in sensitive settings such as airports and hospitals.
Self-healing system: If any node fails, the system automatically reroutes the traffic; rather like a mini-version of the internet.
Rapid start-up: The system’s components are digitally matched with the role they assume in the system.
Ease of installation: The installation time is reduced and the risk of misconnections is eliminated
Flexible configuration: If you take down a wall in your building, the components can be assigned new roles without having to re-run a single cable.

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WISE provides decision-support from Day One

Swegon’s newly developed ESBO software helps you to make the right decisions from the start. With our comprehensive range and WISE flexibility, identifying the best ventilation solution for your needs is easy, regardless of the enterprises that will be housed in your premises. This means that WISE works at all levels: From single products to advanced demand-controlled climate solutions (CAV, VAV/DCV, DCIC).

In other words, you’ll always find your ideal system solution that doesn’t mean compromising on indoor climate, which means client satisfaction and improved building occupancy rate.

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Help with product selection

We are proud to present IC Design, our new product selection software. This helps you select the right products using intuitive visual aids. The software is custom-designed to match Swegon’s room products and is geared to the function you want to apply to a given interior. The perfect guide to getting it right!

Solutions for all requirements
The WISE system handles demand-controlled indoor climate (DCIC), as in ventilation and air- and waterborne heating and cooling. Its flexibility gives you all the scope you need for combining products right down to room level.

Streamlined product structure
With IC Design, we re-did the range from scratch in order to keep it simple and flexible. To give you an example; all five dampers in the previous WISE have been replaced by just a single damper in our new WISE.

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Get the job right first time

The configuration from IC Design follows through every step of the way. It simplifies the logistics throughout the building process so that no isolated pre-configuration needs to be done for the products. All you have to do is get the right type of product in place and then pair it using the portable scanner and hand-held terminal. After that, the system is configured and commissioned for you automatically!

Scan and pair
• Each product is tasked automatically
• Eliminate misconnections
• Streamline your building logistics

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Allows last-minute changes

Super WISE provides overview and control of the entire system. If your building requirements change, the components can be assigned corresponding new roles in the interface.

Super WISE in brief:
• User-friendly
• Facilitates access
• Permits remote servicing

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Demand-controlled indoor air quality for the sake of the global climate

Commercial properties account for around five percent of global electricity consumption. Consuming electricity at the same rate as in the past is costly for the building owner and the leaseholders, but even more so for the external environment. With the aid of demand-controlled indoor climate we keep costs down, while reducing our carbon footprint.

We are currently witnessing a global and unprecedented trend: New investment in electricity generation is increasingly being made in renewable energy sources. This is a welcome new direction, but has to speed up if we are to cope with two degrees of global warming.
We all face the challenges of reducing man-made impacts on the global climate. There is huge scope for achieving the energy transition now that the technology for significant energy efficiency is readily available. One way is to improve the energy performance of our buildings.

In order to meet both energy and comfort requirements, the solution is typically demand-controlled ventilation (DCV). This is where we ventilate each room exactly as much as is needed; neither more nor less. DCV involves occupancy sensors to detect whether anyone is present in a given room, and to detect the temperature and air quality along with control systems and products that adapt to needs as they arise.
The savings potential is vast, above all in office buildings, teaching rooms and hotel rooms where space occupancy varies immensely between low and peak loads.
With DCV, buildings can meet strict requirements for energy performance. Up to 80 per cent of electrical energy and 40 per cent of heating and cooling energy can be saved by using demand-controlled ventilation as compared with constant air flow and temperature.
Other positive effects are that smaller units and dimensions can often be used for ventilation, heating and cooling because the air flow and temperature can be lowered as compared with constant flow and temperatures. The flexibility is also greater in the event of future building alterations or changes in how premises are used.

With the new WISE we’ve taken DCV up a level. Because WISE caters for demand-controlled indoor climate (DCIC), meaning not only ventilation, but also air- and waterborne heating and cooling. Its flexibility gives you all the scope you need for combining products right down to room level. Developed with the specific aim of simplifying the entire building process, WISE takes you every step of the way from project planning to installation and commissioning, and ensures the realisation of what might otherwise have remained a sketch on the drawing board. WISE basically delivers comfortable surroundings for building occupants through demand-controlled adjustment of air, heating and cooling. And does so with the lowest possible energy consumption.

* CAV = Constant Air Volume, DCV = Demand Controlled Ventilation