Familiar components connect to deliver economical whole home ventilation
Builders looking for solutions to meet whole-home ventilation requirements can tap into a proven system that does the job at an economical cost.
The SelectCycler System from Panasonic Eco Solutions is a cost effective, whole house mechanical ventilation solution for residential and multifamily projects.
At the 2016 International Builders' Show, Jason Wolfson with AirCycler, a supplier to Panasonic products, reviewed the SelectCycler system.
Wolfson said the system is a cost effective, whole house ventilation solution that complies with ASHRAE 62.2, LEED for Homes, ENERGY STAR for Homes 3.0, CALGreen, California Title 24 and the Washington state Ventilation Code.
Ideal for single and multi-family construction, the system provides whole house ventilation control that’s integrated into the home’s Central HVAC system.
The SelectCycler System features two modes of operation - Hybrid and Balanced. Hybrid mode achieves the lowest cost per HERS point for supply ventilation, while Balanced mode achieves the lowest cost per HERS point for balanced ventilation.
The SelectCycler System encompasses the WhisperGreen Select ventilation fan or fan/light (sold separately), the System Controller, Motorized Supply Damper and FanConnect Fan/Light Wall Switch.
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