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donaldrsimonn
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05/03/20 10:03 AM
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When folks ask me what a building automation system is, I often ask them, what do you want it to be.

I know, that seems like a very evasive way to answer a question but think about it.

How many specifications have you read that called for a BEMS, BAS, BMS, EMS, EBMS, and my favorite the ABMAS (by the way that stands for Advanced Building Management Automation System)?





punchmoody
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05/03/20 10:06 AM
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Occupancy is usually based on the time of the daily schedule. Override switches or sensors can be used to monitor occupancy in several internal areas of the building.


To trigger lighting and/or air conditioning, some buildings rely on occupancy sensors. Given the potential for long lead times before a room is sufficiently cold or hot, it is not always specifically activated by an occupancy sensor.





rhamember
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05/03/20 10:07 AM
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Air handlers are used to regulate the entry and exit of air in the building. This arrangement is done to keep the air in accordance with the needs and human health in the building.


It is possible to place analog or digital temperature sensors in space or room, return and supply air ducts, and sometimes external air. Actuators are placed on hot and chilled water valves, external air and air dampers return.





punchmoody
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05/03/20 10:07 AM
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Many Building Automation Systems have alarm capabilities. If an alarm is detected, the alarm can be programmed to notify someone. Notification can be done through a computer, pager or alarm sound. Security systems can be connected to building automation systems. If an occupancy sensor exists, it can also be used as a burglar alarm.


 





donaldrsimonn
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05/03/20 10:08 AM
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I am getting my aquarium setup, almost done with the cabinetry (I have been doing aquariums even longer than computers), and this time I am going whole-hog into automation. One thing I have noticed is that the people who typically setup aquariums know very little about automation, even the one's selling products like lighting. So there are some frustrating incompatibilities that I think could be resolved if I knew more about automation systems and controls in general.





donaldrsimonn
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05/04/20 01:58 AM
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There are many components to a building automation system that require a little explaining to understand, and the benefits of installing such a system may not be immediately clear until you understand the mechanisms driving these systems.


That’s why we created this ultimate guide to understanding building automation systems. It’s designed to be an easy read-through, but feel free to use the links below to go directly to a topic that is relevant to your own research. If you want to know more details please check this out
 High Performance HVAC Building Automation Systems






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