SIR XP v.8

SIR XP represents a system solution for monitoring and control of technological systems in buildings with regard to the economical and comfortable way of creating the required environment in the building. With up-to-date information on the production and consumption of energy media in the building, it creates a very effective tool for managing all the building's operation.

  • Economic solution for the complex building operation control
  • Comfortable, well-arranged and above-the-standard control and functions
  • Unique creation of each application according to the client's requirements
  • Usage for all types of buildings and objects

Characteristics and benefits

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    SIR XP controls

    • room temperature
    • the position of the window blinds
    • supply of electricity to individual rooms
    • air conditioning
    • pool technology and saunas
    • boiler rooms and exchanger stations
    • consumption of energy media
    • interior / exterior lighting
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    SIR XP monitors

    • room temperature
    • window opening
    • the position of the window blinds
    • presence / eligibility of persons to entrance
    • opening / closing of room safes
    • baths flooding
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    SIR XP integrates

    • communication and security systems
    • camera systems
    • access systems
    • security systems
    • fire protection systems
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    SIR XP allows

    • to evaluate the failure status of the technological equipment of the buildings
    • monitoring the consumption of energy media
    • installation in older buildings
    • modular construction of the system

Where to use SIR XP

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    Accommodation buildings

    Hotel room - thermal comfort or air conditioning control in individual rooms according to current occupancy, entrance door monitoring, minibar, safe deposit, bathroom flooding and restroom ventilation even in unoccupied rooms. ON-LINE connected to the reception system.

    Use: hotels, guesthouses, hostels, resorts, spa centres, wellness centres, social institutions, nursing homes, sanatoriums.

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    Administrative buildings

    Office - control of thermal comfort or air conditioning in individual offices according to the current occupancy. Can be connected with an ON-LINE attendance or access system.

    Use: hotels, guesthouses, hostels, resorts, spa centres, wellness centres, social institutions, nursing homes, sanatoriums.

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    Educational facilities

    School Schedule -ideal temperature diagram. Thermal comfort or air conditioning control in individual classrooms according to current occupancy. The data is transferred to the system ON-LINE from the school schedule generation software.

    Use: kindergartens, schools, colleges and universities, cultural and educational centres, libraries .

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    Industrial buildings

    Production halls, warehouses and workshops - Climate Control I depending on the complexity of production technologies, in particular the air conditioning, cooling, heating and humidity. Special applications for cold control according to TIERS standards for data centres and server rooms.

    Využití: výrobní závody, průmyslové objekty, technologická centra, serverovny, datová centra.

What You Can Control using SIR XP (Building Technological Equipment Management)

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    Light management of exteriors

    Central lighting control of outdoor areas and buildings. Control by time diagrams or twilight sensors. Also controlling light scenes on facades and parks.

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    Light management of interiors

    Central lighting control of common areas and design properties within building interiors.

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    Managerial Outputs and Energy Balances

    Managerial Outputs - Trends, Balances and Current Information on Real-Time Energy Production and Consumption for Managerial Management of the General Building Operation. The system can be managed centrally via Internet or a mobile phone.

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    Air conditioning and refrigeration equipment

    The system control of measuring and controlling engine rooms of air-conditioning equipment and the evaluation of gas concentrations in underground garages including automatic ventilation.

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    Integration of systems

    Sharing and communicating with other systems in the facility for efficient management - operating, booking, communication, security, CCTV, access and fire systems.

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    Heat and cold sources

    System control of measurement and regulation of heat sources - boiler rooms, heat exchangers and cold sources for air conditioning and cooling.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does SIR XP mean?
It is a set of technical means and software that integrates electronic and programmable systems of different suppliers into a unifying system (control of boiler room, air-conditioning, swimming pool technology, etc.). SIR XP can also be understood as an operating and regulatory system that can be integrated into higher information systems (information systems for hotels, businesses, etc.).

Can I implement SIR XP even in older, already renovated buildings?
The implementation is, of course, possible, because besides the backbone structured cabling distribution, no further significant interior interference is needed. "Wiring" is carried out in carpeting edges or interior trim strips along the walls. Only the connection to the room temperature sensor and the connection of any other devices may result in minor interference into the wall of the room or, into the plaster.

What is the advantage of having individually, but mainly centrally electrically controlled blinds?
E.g. to ensure more secure rooms, both in terms of the security of the guest and owner's property in case of an unauthorized person trespassing, and even adverse weather conditions can be avoided by immediate opening of blinds. This, of course, is not used during the presence of a guest in the room.

How is it possible that even in a renovated or new and thermally reasonably designed building energy saving can be achieved?
Note that by controlling the heating in the room or by reducing the temperature during guest absence, the average temperature drops. It is also clear that the use of the rooms is uneven and it is the control of the temperatures of individual premises that only leads to the desired result. When adhering to the standard e.g. 22° C in a guest room, a mere 4.4°C reduction per day will result in the mentioned thermal energy saving of 20%.