The human factor is the most risky in terms of maintaining a healthy microclimate in the barn.
The ERSTA control unit works with air humidity, temperature, wind speed, light intensity, ammonia and carbon dioxide sensors.
The control unit collects information from sensors placed outside and inside the barn, and it uses the information to evaluate the immediate state of the microclimate in the barn. It then controls the individual elements of the system, which include the side roll-up tarpaulins, the venting ridge skylight, fans, lights in the barn and others.
It is all fully automatic, but the entire system can be reset to manual control if necessary.
The system maintains a healthy microclimate throughout the day and night and reacts to dynamic changes in conditions that affect the microclimate in the barn.
The system ensures the most optimal microclimate in the barn at any given moment.