Hi controls guys , I`m intrigued in how chilled beams are able to avoid condensation issues/dripping, I do get the basis that MUA units dehumidify as much as possible all incoming air , but what about buildings with functioning windows , or extreme humid climates/loads? building controls monitoring dew temps? rh? resetting chilled beam temps? any humidity type sensors on beams themselves? Or as simple as keeping chw temp range high enough? Just basic answers will suffice to give me food for thought, as I dont design them , just working on chillers with these terminals. and curious, thank you for any replys stan