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Presents a reference document for use when specifying, developing and configuring control strategies. In five chapters, each containing control strategies relating to - 1) BMS plant start/top signals, 2) Heating systems, 3) Air handling plant, 4) Pumping, 5) Cooling systems. In...
This reference guide, consisting of over 400 pages, presents detailed information for use when specifying, developing and configuring control strategies. The guide is divided into five chapters, each containing control strategies relating to: (1) BMS plant start/stop signals, (2) Heating systems, (3) Air handling plant, (4) Pumping, and (5) Cooling systems. In each chapter, the control of the principal plant items in current use is described. Where there are many plant items which carry out the same function but use different techniques, such as water heating, the modular format allows a 'pick and mix' selection of plant modules to provide the required configuration of a complete system. Each plant module is shown as a schematic and described in terms of its general function and how it is controlled. Specification clauses are included which the system designer can copy into their specification documents. Total digital and analogue input and output points are given in a BMS points list for each plant item and a further table summarises the modes of plant operation for each of the controlled devices. Finally, each strategy has a flow chart which presents the control strategy information in an easy to follow format as an aid to understanding the sequence of control events.
An editable Word version of the guide is attached to the pdf of the guide.