DRI-ECO-CO2 – I&M Drimaster CO2 Sensor

The DRI-ECO-CO2 is an optional, remote sensor that has been created to work alongside the PIV units in Nuaire’s DRI-ECO range which have radio frequency capabilities. This sensor tracks the levels of Carbon Dioxide as PPM (Parts Per Million) in the home and should they rise above a set point it sends a signal to the unit mounted in the loft to boost, in order to provide additional ventilation and therefore maintain a healthier indoor air quality. Whilst the sensor and PIV unit communicate via radio frequency, the device itself must be wired in to the mains power supply of the property. The combination of this technology alongside PIV is unique, and establishes Nuaire as market-leader.

Dri-Eco-Rh Humidity Sensor

The DRI-ECO-RH is an optional wireless sensor, created to work alongside Nuaire’s DRI-ECO PIV units which have radio frequency capabilities.This sensor tracks the levels of relative humidity in the home and should they rise above a set point it sends a signal to the unit, mounted in the loft, to boost in order to provide additional ventilation and therefore maintain good indoor air quality. The combination of this technology alongside PIV is unique, and establishes Nuaire as market-leader.

DRI-ECO-4S – Drimaster 4 Way Switch

Nuaire’s DRI-ECO-4S is a wireless, 4 button switch which can be fitted anywhere in the home and has been created to work alongside the PIV unit DRI-ECO-HEAT-HC which has a built in heater. Through radio frequency, this switch allows the homeowner to control not only the boost function of the fan for additional ventilation but also whether or not they want the heating element turned to operate on Auto or Off mode.

DRI-ECO-2S – Drimaster 2 Way Switch

Nuaire’s DRI-ECO-2S is a wireless, 2 button switch which can be fitted anywhere in the home and has been designed to work alongside the PIV unit DRI-ECO-LINK-HC which has radio frequency capabilities. With the push of a button the PIV unit can be set to a 2 hour Boost mode, or alternatively manually return to its Normal setting depending on the additional ventilation required in the property to maintain healthy indoor air quality.