Air Shower Room Blowing System

The working principle of infrared automatic induction blowing system in air shower room can be roughly divided into two categories, the first category is the use of semiconductor materials photoelectric effect, for example, in the PN junction, infrared radiation into the semiconductor PN junction, will cause the excitation of this carrier within the semiconductor, the role of the electric field built in the PN junction, resulting in the migration of electrons, holes; if the PN junction end loading wire, the load end can be measured in the voltage changes to achieve infrared sensing.


The Working Principle And Workflow Of The Air Shower Room Blowing System


This type is known as photonic infrared detection (sensing), and we know that infrared light must be accompanied by a thermal effect, and when some objects absorb infrared light, it will cause a change in the temperature of the object.


The second principle of infrared sensors is to use infrared radiation to cause a change in the temperature of an object, i.e. thermal infrared detection.


The fully intelligent circuit board automatic induction system detects people standing in the induction zone and automatically starts all equipment, thus realising automatic blowing showers. The above non-automatic air shower room non-automatic door induction system.


The Working Principle And Workflow Of The Air Shower Room Blowing System


Workflow of the infrared automatic induction blowing system for air showers: In general, the system automatically inducts blowing showers after people enter the air shower room. The infrared automatic induction blowing duster introduces air from the outside, and after passing through the primary filter, it is pressed into the static pressure box of the air shower room by the centrifugal fan, filtered by the high-efficiency filter, and clean air is sprayed out at high speed from the nozzle inside the air shower room to achieve the purpose of purifying the air shower room.



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