Vent-Axia launches app-controlled unitary fan
Vent-Axia has launched the Bluetooth-enabled Svara fan, said to be the UK’s first App-controlled unitary fan.
Delivered factory set for continuous operation at low speed, with humidity and light sensors activated, Svara is designed to provide good indoor air quality and comfort. Once the Svara App is downloaded, households can then unlock a whole range of different functions to control home indoor air quality, such as a silent scheduling and automatic cycles, offering flexible ventilation to suit a household’s lifestyle.
The Svara has three speed modes including a boost. The default setting speed is for trickle continuous flow at 10 l/s, the second speed runs at 16 l/s and is triggered by the light sensor and the boost speed is 30 l/s and is activated by the humidistat. Once the fan is set up at installation, all these sensors and speeds can be altered via the App to change the level of sensitivity that triggers them, and the speed of the fan within set parameters. The fan operates at 17 dBA on low trickle, and low power consumption of only 4 W.
“Svara is designed to offer households easily controllable comfort and allows them to take control of their indoor air quality via the App. This is a real bonus since indoor air quality is an issue that consumers are becoming increasingly aware of, with a raft of recent research illustrating the links between poor indoor air quality and health issues. Further to this, the householder will not be disturbed by the fan as it operates at just 17 dBA, ensuring a peaceful environment,” explains Jenny Smith, marketing manager at Vent-Axia.