This course presents the actions, policies, strategies and management systems required by day-to-day operations of buildings through the integration of building controls. This course is to give a full understanding of how to operate and maintain a building automation system and how to use that system to improve the ongoing energy efficiency of facilities operations.
Please contact the Program Head at BCIT_BCEM@bcit.ca ca for approval. Note: ** A computer with speakers and a web camera is required for this course. Students must be logged in on to Virtual Rooms from 6pm to 8pm on: Mondays: September 10, 24 Tuesday: October 9 Monday: October 22 Tuesday: November 13 Monday: November 19
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Review and extract information from balancing reports.
Review and extract information from commissioning reports and shop drawings.
Create a daily log and determine what is required to be recorded.
Set up trends and alarms.
Apply information provided by alarms and history reports.
Determine the sequence of operations of the system and compare it to shop drawings.
Justify which points are meant to be in automatic or manual.
Complete seasonal end-to-end checks on all the major mechanical inputs and outputs (retro-commissioning).
Perform simple diagnostics on systems.
Outline management systems to support ongoing maintenance and efficient operations of buildings through use of controls systems.
Effective as of Fall 2016
CESA 5820 is offered as a part of the following programs:
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