Getting Balanced Ventilation with the AirCycler g2-k

We spoke to a lot of people at RESNET 2015 about balanced ventilation so we wanted to share here how it can be achieved with the AirCycler g2-k. Just set the EXH setting to SLave mode. It’s pretty simple –


Using the AirCycler g2 in CALCULATED TIME SETUP:

  1. Navigate to the setting for Minutes of Exhaust Fan Required*
  2. Press the DOWN arrow until the countdown reaches 0, then press DOWN again to get to SL. SL = Slave Mode

    In Slave Mode, the exhaust fan runs any time the central fan is running with the fresh air damper open. Slave Mode provides a balanced form of operation, bringing fresh air in and exhausting fresh air out simultaneously.

  3. Navigate through the rest of the settings and when complete, press the center MODE button to save all settings and return to normal operation.


*Note that the FanConnect switch must be connected to use this function.


Detailed instructions for the AirCycler g2 and g2-k are available at www.aircycler.com

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