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Old 06-09-14, 01:44 PM   #105
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I was just sharing info, not critique of A/C

I have my CO2 sensor running. it often goes over 1000ppm in my bedroom overnight.

With my Son cooking in kitchen it went over 1550ppm out there.

That link states: Occupancy controlled ventilation (DCV) motion sensors & CO2 sensors
are very worthwhile controls for ventilation.

I'm using both in my new house build with HRV.

I have a (DCV) automatic timer scheme working on Arduino that will ventilate any bathroom that a person has been in with a selectable time period & duty cycle, only for that bathroom and its associated bedroom.

Also there is a manual time selectable switch in each bathroom that runs the HRV only for that bathroom and its associated bedroom.

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