U.S. Carbon Dioxide Based Demand Controlled Ventilation Transmitter Markets

 


Demand Controlled ventilation (DCV) is the rate of ventilation that is modulated over time based on sensor inputs from a CO2 sensor. The inputs may signal conditions such as level of air pollutans or occupancy. DCV offers two potential advantages: better control of indoor pollutant concentrations, and lower energy use and peak energy demand. At present, most DCV systems are based on monitoring and control of carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations. Current research and case studies support energy savings and the cost-effectiveness of using DCV as an energy conservation measure.

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U.S. Carbon Dioxide Based Demand Controlled Ventilation Transmitter Markets, Executive SummaryMarket OverviewIntroductionCompetitive AnalysisMajor Research FindingsForecastsConclusionsU.S. Carbon Dioxide Based Demand Controlled Ventilation Transmitter Markets, Market DynamicsOverview and DefinitionsOverviewDefinitionsDriversIndoor Air Quality Regulations Compel Manufactuers to Purchase CO2 based DCV SystemsPotential of DCV Systems to Reduce Energy Costs Fuels System InstallationGrowth in the Number of New Buildings Spurs DemandBuilding Improvement Projects Drive DCV DemandSystem Integration Drives DemandPotential Inclusion with Performance Contractors Initiates DemandRestraintsLack of Product Knowledge High Price Product Perception Affects Demand and Market PenetrationLack of Formal Standard Enforcement Slows Market Growth PaceTechnological Difficulties Delay Market Introduction Slow End-User Transition Toward New Technologies Affects Product AcceptanceExtended Time Period Between HVAC Retrofit Upgrades Hinders Sales PotentialChallengesOverviewMisperception of IAQ Benefits Affects MarketLimited Knowledge About Integration of CO2 Sensors Affects the Market Limited Code Enforcement Decimates Market PotentialHigh Product Price Affects Market PerceptionComplex Distribution Path Challenges ManufacturersLong Term Product Reliability Generates User DoubtsLower Product Prices Challenge Manufacturers ProfitabilityU.S. Carbon Dioxide Based Demand Controlled Ventilation Transmitter Markets, Forecast and TrendsMarket Unit and Revenue PotentialMarket Engineering MeasurementsForecastMarket and Technology TrendsTarget MarketDistribution ChannelTechnologyPricing TrendsU.S. Carbon Dioxide Based Demand Controlled Ventilation Transmitter Markets, Competitive Measurement AnalysisCompetitive StructureOverviewMarket Acceptance FactorsMarket Share StructureMarket Share AnalysisU.S. Carbon Dioxide Based Demand Controlled Ventilation Transmitter Markets, End-User AnalysisEnd-User AnalysisOverviewEducationOffice BuildingsLodgingHealthcareOtherU.S. Carbon Dioxide Based Demand Controlled Ventilation Transmitter Markets, Strategic RecommendationsStrategic RecommendationsClarification of DCV Technical Requirements Increases Product Awareness and Benefits Market PenetrationDeveloping Easy to Integrate Sensors Aides Market PenetrationDeveloping Relationships With Distribution Channel Participants to Reach Potential Decision MakersU.S. Carbon Dioxide Based Demand Controlled Ventilation Transmitter Markets, Market Engineering AwardsTelaireCriteriaTelaire




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