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Learn about Building Automation Systems from the experts with this new ISA real-world training course!

"Great job! In my 40 years in the building automation industry, never in one place have I seen a course so complete with the connection to the major interacting systems. The understanding of these systems is crucial to be able to control them. You [ISA] have prepared this course at an excellent time, as we have many new folks coming into our building automation industry from ISA, networking, and business worlds."

-Ken Sinclair, Editor/Owner AutomatedBuildings.com

Introduction to Building Automation Systems

Supported by ASHRAE, this course will give you a broad understanding of the specific issues involved with a Building Automation System (BAS). You will survey the world of BAS including: Future of BAS, Digital Direct Control (DDC) Basics, Field Devices, The Human Machine Interface (HMI), BAS Design and Specification, Energy Conservation Control Strategies, and System Maintenance.

2009 Course Schedule

Main Topics Covered:

Building Automation Overview
BAS Applications
BAS Solutions
BAS Delivery
HMI Applications

Reliable Controls You Will Be Able To:

Identify and describe the major components in a BAS
Identify and describe the basic mechanical components in an HVAC control system
Describe and explain the basic functions of DDC systems
Reference codes and standards applicable to a BAS
Describe and explain HMI basics
Explain BAS in non-ATC systems (lighting, fire, security, etc.)
Explain the process of implementing a BAS
Explain energy conservation strategies
Justify control components for project work
Know where to look for additional references
Describe the major components in a BAS

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Supported by: American Society of Heating, Refrigerating & Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc.
 

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