Save guestroom HVAC energy consumption up
Most hotel guestrooms are usually unoccupied.
Unrented rooms are 100% empty at all times and rented rooms are
on an average 65% empty as gusests are normally out
sightseeing, shopping, attending meetings or engaged in other activities.
The hotelier will have a considerable saving if you
have the Oden system shut off the HVAC operation of those empty rooms.
By automatically setting back to a more
energy-conserving level while the room is empty, the Oden system could
reduce an average of 30-45% of HVAC energy consumption in guestrooms.
The system will pay the investment back
within a reasonably short time by its significant saving of energy
costs every month.
No sacrifice of guest comfort
The operation of the Oden system will not interfere with the guest at
all, because it only operates while the rooms are empty.
Occupants can still have total control of
the HVAC-device while in the room.
With the following features guest comfort is
fully secured while the guest is getting smart energy monitoring.
An internal high-low temperature setback allows the hotel management to set an energy-conserving temperature
range for empty rooms.
This feature prevents the empty rooms from
becoming too hot or too cold, thus requiring more time and energy to
cool down or warm up.
Oden is designed to regulate the HVAC/Lighting
function only when the room is empty.
When the guest is in the room the system provides him or her with
The Oden is an independent control and regulation system with the
opportunity to connect to the reception.
With easy installation and cable connections it can control the
equipment generally used in a hotel room.
Reduce building energy consumption
Reduce equipment operation load
Prolong operation life of equipment
Reduce building management cost
Enjoy comfort of automatic control
The Oden contains many types of occupancy
sensors for detection.
There are different detection patterns
for various installation requirements.
While designing/retrofitting the HVAC system
with the Oden, the following hints may provide some useful information to
ensure smooth operation.
APīs occupancy sensor uses infrared
motion sensing technology to verify occupancy status of local areas.
The infrared energy emitted from the human body
cannot penetrate solid materials, such as wall, partition, glass wood,
curtain, metal etc.
Please ensure that the detection area does not
contain any of the above mentioned obstructions.
Reflective materials (mirrors, shiny metal
sheets, marble, tiles etc) could reflect the infrared energy
The detection coverage may be increased if
the wall/floor contains any of the above mentioned materials.
The infrared sensor is more sensitive to
movement across the detections zones than to movement towards or
away from the
While selecting the installation site, ensure
the sensor can "see" the motion across it.
Multiple occupancy sensors can be used to
detect occupancy status of the area that a single sensor cannot