Introduction to DDC Control Systems

East Syracuse, New York
Monday, August 15, 2016
     
 
Introduction to DDC Control Systems
Monday, August 15, 2016 8:00 AM -
Tuesday, August 16, 2016 5:00 PM (Eastern Time)

Instructor: Ted Kliszczewicz
6540 Old Collamer Rd. S
Carrier University Syracuse
East Syracuse, New York 13057
United States

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ECS101– Introduction to DDC Control Systems
Length: 2 Days
Tuition: $600

Certifications:
IACET:  1.4 CEU
PDH:     14
NATE:   14
FAD:     14

For a full description of the course, including expected learning outcomes, topics covered, pre-requisites, and requirements for being awarded a certificate, go to:
www.carrieruniversity.com




Class Description
This course is designed to provide a fundamental knowledge of the controls and control strategies used in comfort HVAC systems. The course is intended for engineers, entry-level technicians, and owners wishing to gain a better understanding of control theory and DDC control systems. The course starts by introducing the basic concepts of control and the vocabulary necessary to understand HVAC controls use in the of designing HVAC systems. This will take the student through the basic elements and building blocks of HVAC controls and show how comfort control systems create the desired equipment responses for maintaining room environmental condition set points. Students learn about what DDC Controllers are, what a Sequence of Operation is, the importance of a Sequence of Operations. Class discussions will include the various temperature control strategies and HVAC systems that can be employed to maximize comfort provided to the building occupants. You will be exposed to the different types of controls and DDC control networks being installed and the basic concepts of control interoperability. The four key management methods available through DDC control networks will be addressed and students will be shown how to specify network configuration and functionality. At the conclusion of this class students will be better able to discuss and specify HVAC control systems. This class is classroom with several workshops allowing students to demonstrate the concepts covered in class.






           

 

 

Contact Information

  • Phone: 800 644-5544
    E-mail: CarrierUniversity@carrier.utc.com
www.CarrierUniversity.com
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