There are many reasons why products are deemed obsolete, however, we must first understand the reasons and motivations behind this decision to determine its merits.Continue reading What is planned obsolescence in the building automation industry?
How to Set Up Email Alarms in CBAS 20
Setting up Email Alarms couldn’t be any easier in CBAS20. All you have to do is set up the Alarm on a point, check the Acknowledge box, and select Contacts. There is no acquiring an email account or setting up a program to send the email. Let me explain how this all important feature has evolved over the years.Continue reading George’s CBAS Tips, July 2021
CBAS Level II -September 15th to 17th
We are excited to announce that we will be resuming our in-person CBAS Level II Training course, September 15th to 17th. Day 1 and 2 include 6 to 7 hours of lecture with Day 3 being roughly 4 hours with time for ongoing Q & A.Continue reading Computrols September In-Person Training Course
Exporting and Importing 3rd Party Controllers in CBAS 20
Last month I went through procedures to create templates and use them to add Computrols BASnet controllers. Let’s continue with controllers using BACnet, Modbus, and OPTO communication protocols. While CBAS works with many other protocols, these are the most common.Continue reading George’s CBAS Tips, June 2021
We are thrilled to welcome our four college interns this summer! They will all be learning different aspects of the business, throughout their time with Computrols.Continue reading Computrols Adds Four Interns for Summer 2021
Computrols has recently agreed to donate a number of its building automation system components to the HVAC/R program at Northshore Technical Community College (NOTCC) for student training and education. The contribution comes by way of Computrols involvement with the Building Efficiency for a Sustainable Tomorrow (BEST) Center, a program supporting publicly-funded 2- and 4-year colleges with HVAC/R, controls, building automation, and energy/facilities management curricula.