Supply Air Temperature Reset (SATR)

for Constant Volume Air Systems

Air systems with heating and cooling usually have an economizer (or enthalpy) control to modulate outdoor air (OA) and return air (RA) dampers to bring in cooler outdoor air and avoid mechanical cooling. However, when some zones require cooling and some heating, the mixed supply air is usually controlled to a fixed temperature of, for example, 13°C (55°F). By looking at feedback from sensors in various zones, the supply air temperature can be reset to a higher value, up to 25°C (77°F). This will minimize the amount of simultaneous heating and cooling. This system requires DCV sensors in the discharge air and four to five space sensors per system to provide space temperature feedback. The control computer will look for the warmest (or coolest) zone and adjust the supply-air temperature.

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