PG&E - A Class for Control Freaks: Getting the Most from your Building Automation System
- Date: 06/04/2019 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
- Location: Environmental Innovation Center
1608 Las Plumas Ave.
San Jose, California 95133
Statewide energy savings goals are depending more and more on the optimization of our existing buildings through low-cost measures. Many of these projects originate from the control systems we use to manage the operation of our HVAC and lighting equipment. This class will explore common control strategies including schedules, setbacks, resets, lockouts, vacancy controllers, demand control ventilation, CO controllers, economizer operation, and the control of variable speed equipment. We will also look at strategies for diagnosing improper operation of Building Automation Systems using graphics from these systems, trend data and data from loggers. We will emphasize the control strategies required in Title 24 and include material on how to approach specific control strategies as part of retro-commissioning projects.
Free - Small breakfast and lunch will be provided.
Registration required as space is limited. Please register here: https://usi.pge.com/event-details?EventID=20876