For the last 20 years, we have consistently innovated to create the best climate control system possible.
We are revolutionizing the industry by moving away from the outdated wall thermostat and have put that power right in our customer’s pocket! Now, users can make any adjustments that they see necessary right from our smartphone app or with a voice command (Siri)!
In addition to monitoring operative temperature and relative humidity, the latest version of mSense can also monitor volatile organic compounds (VOC).
By monitoring VOC, the Messana mControls can regulate mechanical ventilation based on actual air quality and avoid unnecessary air changes to optimize energy consumption!
Our mSense room comfort sensors have come a long way, haven’t they?
Comment down below to let us know which features you’d like to see in the next generation of our mSense room comfort sensors! More invisible? More ways to adjust? Let us know!
PoE version that can be placed in a ceiling assembly to monitor humidity and moisture … avoid ping pong water.
Yes, the VOC version can be installed on the ceiling to monitor humidity. But we recommend installing them on the wall at a height of 5′ to 7′. That is the range where occupants are most of the time.
The beauty of the Messana architecture is that an engineer can look at both the Thermal Comfort and the Building Science parameters. The mSensor is capable of doing both based on my review of the product specifications. So we should be able to modulate the dehumidifier if we detect the Rh in the ceiling assemble to be approaching high levels. So yes, a mSensor is placed at the median height for thermal comfort, but an additional set of MSensor could be placed below the ceiling height. Since the system is based on an open systems, I.e., Emerson platform, one could add some ISAgraf code to use additional logic to keep the Rh below a threshold to prevent moisture from accumulating in the ceiling assemble.