Simulated signals, real control
A module that represents a typical air handling unit (AHU) and simplified building ductwork makes it easy to change simulated temperature, pressure, humidity, and carbon dioxide levels, as well as occupancy. Actuators, such as dampers, cooling and heating stages, blower, and humidifier are also represented on the module. Simulated sensors and actuators are connected to a real field controller to demonstrate how a building HVAC control system responds to varying conditions. The field controller algorithm is optimized to reduce delays and save laboratory time.
A human machine interface (HMI) accessible from any web browser through a Wi-Fi or a wired connection displays an on-screen representation of the building AHU and ductwork printed on the hardware module. Other advanced functions, such as scheduling, trending, and alarm management are also available.
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