Our control solutions combine various interdependent systems and ensure that they are optimally synchronised. Since the Energy Saving Ordinance (Energieeinsparverordnung, EnEV) is also placing ever greater requirements on the energy efficiency, control units are an important instrument to achieve greater energy savings. Intelligent control units optimise energy consumption, since many buildings have already achieved optimal energy efficiency from a purely physical construction/economic point of view.
LAMILUX control systems for building automation create a broad potential for high building efficiency and building comfort.
We create an energetic logical connection between all controllable elements and devices:
- Flap systems for energy-efficient, natural ventilation in roofs and façades
- Ventilators and smoke extraction ventilators
- Shading and light control devices
- Heat and mechanical climate systems
- Illumination systems
NATURAL OPTIMISATION OF THE BUILDING CLIMATE
This requires the flap systems to be intelligently controlled and automated as well as connected to the central building control system. The controlled opening and closing of ventilation flaps offers outstanding potential for natural, energy-efficient optimisation of the building climate. LAMILUX designs and installs building-specific systems to accomplish this. They are all equipped with electrical control systems, measuring devices and sensors to meet individual requirements for air change rates.
- Air quality analyser
- Temperature and time control units
- Wind and rain sensors
- Daylight elements to be opened (Rooflight Domes, Flat Roof Windows)
- Flap systems in Continuous Rooflights and Glass Roof Constructions
- Existing on-site flaps, windows and gates in façades
NATURAL LIGHT SAVES ENERGY
Daylight incidence is an important part of intelligent concepts for energy-efficient buildings. Natural light saves great amounts of lighting energy and solar heat input reduces heating costs – especially during the winter months. But despite all of these positive effects, this cannot be allowed to happen uncontrollably.
Control units automatically manage sun protection to optimise temperatures on the inside and prevent rooms from overheating and glare effects. This function is already integrated into many electrical LAMILUX control centres and can be activated as an additional comfort function.
- Sun position sensors
- Brightness sensors
- Indoor and outdoor shading devices
- Sun protection screens
- Blinds and louvers
Intelligent artificial light control
Sensors measure the light intensity and dim the illumination to ensure an intensity of at least the required 500 lux for your workplace. As soon as sufficient daylight is available, the light will be switched off automatically.
The projects range from simple industrial buildings to major projects on a global scale.