Building Automation Systems

This course introduces the issues involved with building automation systems (BAS). Topics include digital direct control (DDC), field devices, human machine interface (HMI), BAS design and specification, energy conservation control strategies, and system maintenance. Upon completion, students should identify and describe the major components in a BAS, explain the basic functions of DDC systems and HMI basics, reference codes and standards applicable to BAS, and justify control components for project work.

Course Details

Area of Interest Building Automation
Class Hours 1
Lab Hours 3
Credits 2
Semesters Available Fall
Available Online No

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