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| Overview

A Building schedule is a combination of a schedule duration and desired temperatures. It is something  that can be predefined for a week, and can be modified during the week to accommodate a change the building wants to implement in the schedule. Once set up, the system level device (AHU/RTU) which is controlled by the CCU, supplies the required to meet the set desired temperatures only during the set schedule duration which is also known as the setpoint or occupied mode. Post building schedule duration the system level device (AHU/RTU) would relax itself and move to the setback mode, where usually the desired temperatures are much relaxed than the scheduled duration or setpoint mode.

Note: Once a building schedule is set all the zones in the building would start following the building schedule, unless a zone schedule is set for zones particularly.

| Accessing Building Schedule

From Facilisight home page,

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  • Select the site in scope.

The heat map screen is displayed.

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  • Click Buildings

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The building schedule screen is displayed.

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| Setting a Building Schedule

To set a new entry for Building Schedule

  • Click Add Entry+

The Desired Temperature window is displayed.

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  • Use slider bar, select heating and cooling desired temperatures.

Note: When making a change in the user limits the deadband used in validation is the highest of DAB/VAV/Standalone profiles.

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  • Select a schedule duration for which you want to set the desired temperature for.

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  • Select a day or days for which you wish to set the schedule for

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  • Click Save to confirm and create the schedule for the building.

Note: You can also edit an existing schedule to new schedule, by simply clicking on the existing schedule, modifying the schedule timings, desired temperatures and saving it. 

Once a schedule change is initiated from the Facilisight, the same get cascaded to all the CCU's in the building.

   

  

 

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