Solar-powered diffuser

Titus HVAC’s EOS is a solar-powered diffuser featuring wireless energy harvesting. This diffuser addresses the imperfect split compromises commonly found in a building’s perimeter system, where half the air discharge is supplied in the heating and half in the cooling configuration.

04/10/2012


EOSTitus HVAC’s EOS is a solar-powered diffuser featuring wireless energy harvesting. This diffuser addresses the imperfect split compromises commonly found in a building’s perimeter system, where half the air discharge is supplied in the heating and half in the cooling configuration. EOS delivers both heating and cooling by using an auto-changeover function powered entirely by solar energy, eliminating the wasteful compromise by automatically changing the air discharge pattern to the correct horizontal or vertical position for heating and cooling applications. With the energy-harvesting feature, this diffuser allows energy savings of about 30% over traditional linear diffusers in the split system.



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