Added: Steffan Greenway - Date: 18.02.2022 11:36 - Views: 22322 - Clicks: 6725
A ificant percentage of wasted energy in commercial buildings is due to building controls malfunctioning or not being utilized to optimize energy savings.
Inconspicuously located in a corner of a room or hallway and controlled via computer screen at a remote location, these small devices regulate the supply of hot or cold air, humidity and lighting levels, and can be programmed to turn systems up, down, on, or off in correlation to occupancy schedules, utility rate structures, weather conditions, and to immediately respond to security and safety needs. Control systems are a goldmine for energy savings and key to occupancy comfort. The latest devices on the market will operate in unison to support HVAC training equipment in the lab.
The different systems will be fully integrated through an interoperable network, simulating the latest trend in building automation. Facility Dynamics Engineering, a nationally renown consulting firm, deed the controls system to optimize educational value. This integrated de allows students to become familiar with different types of systems and real-world challenges of dealing with multiple vendors, vintages, and products in one building.
Four local control companies ACCO installed the Automated Logic Controls in the ECT lab and the Building Automation lab, Specialty AC installed the Trane system, Snyder Electric installed the TAC system and Siemens donated and installed their control system were invited to a walk-through, review the de documentation, discuss the de concepts, and to bid on portions of the project.
Companies responded enthusiastically and worked together to accomplish the de intent.
Industry partners understand the educational value of this multi-vendor system and will benefit directly by sending new hires to be trained at Laney, and by hiring individuals that have successfully completed this program. Username or Address.
Remember Me. Multi-Vendor Building Controls Systems. Division Career and Technical Education.
Building Automation Fall flyer. Program Information.Trane college of building automation
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