When rooms are unoccupied, Verdant energy management thermostats automatically adjust the temperature to eliminate unnecessary heating and air-conditioning.
OCCUPANCY DETECTIONBuilt-in occupancy sensors uses a combination of motion and thermal sensing technologies to allow Verdant Hotel thermostats to continuously monitor room occupancy. Accurate occupancy detection allows saving energy when rooms are unoccupied and maintaining guest comfort when rooms are occupied.
The thermostat software analyzes occupancy patterns to differentiate between incidental, guest and night occupancy. Occupancy analysis allows Verdant's hotel thermostats to ignore “incidental” occupancies, such as staff visits to the room, to maximize savings. When “guest” occupancy is detected, Verdant's hotel thermostats activate additional comfort features to ensure guest comfort.
When the room is unoccupied, Verdant's hotel thermostat enters an energy efficient “Temperature Setback” mode. While in the “Temperature Setback” mode, the thermostat eliminates unnecessary heating and air-conditioning by maintaining a less energy-demanding “setback” temperature.
Verdant's hotel thermostats use “Dynamic Intelligent Recovery” to calculate the optimum setback temperature in an unoccupied room. “Dynamic Intelligent Recovery” ensures that a desired comfort temperature can be restored within specified time when the guest return.
When the guest returns to the room, Verdant's hotel thermostat automatically restores the guest’s preferred temperature. Since the “setback” temperature is calculated based on the temperature recovery rate in the room, the guest comfort is never compromised.
Patented “Night Occupancy” feature ensures guest comfort at night. Verdant's hotel thermostat will not turn off heating and air-conditioning at night while guests are asleep, even if occupancy is not detected.
On average, Verdant energy management thermostats reduce guestroom heating and air-conditioning consumption by more than 40%.
WIRED OR WIRELESS CONNECTIVITYIn addition to using standard thermostat wiring, Verdant energy management thermostats can connect to the HVAC unit using a wireless receiver.
Wired Thermostats use standard thermostat wiring to connect to the HVAC unit, making it easy to simply replace an existing thermostat with a Verdant thermostat.
Wireless, battery powered, thermostats connect to the HVAC unit via a wireless receiver. Wireless thermostats are the ideal choice for retrofit installations where thermostat wiring is not available.