Does reading a building automation control sequence feel like deciphering hieroglyphics?
Having a solid understanding of building automation control sequences is critical for your building automation career.
But how do you learn control sequences? What makes a good control sequence?
How do you understand what a control sequence is telling you to do when it’s all mixed up and indecipherable?
It doesn’t have to be this way. In this three-part series, we will unpack what control sequences are and how to interpret them.
Diving into the structure of sequences
Here’s are the topics I cover in this episode:
- Why do we use control sequences (4:30)
- The four main parts of a control sequence (5:00)
- Why programming alarms first is setting your BAS up for failure (8:20)
- How a control sequence works, walking through an AHU sequence (10:45)
- Chunking your way to an organized control sequence (15:20)
- Five steps to BAS programming success (21:01)
Resources mentioned in this episode
- Master control sequences and grow your BAS career with my new online course
- The ultimate guide to building automation programming
Don’t forget to post your organized sequence in the comment section below for your chance to win a license to my Control Sequence Fundamentals course.