Computrols Building Automation Software (CBAS) has been a staple in the energy management industry for 30+ years. Since it’s DOS days in the 1990s, its sole intent has been to empower building engineers to manage their BAS in-house. Now, we are releasing CBAS 20 with an updated look and feel and an additional feature set.Continue reading CBAS 20 is here!
4-20mA to 0-10VDC Conversion
When working with Analog Inputs, sometimes you may find yourself needing to work with a 4-20mA device. These devices can be powered from an external DC voltage source or the LX controller itself – please refer to the label on the controller for wiring diagram examples.Continue reading George’s CBAS Tips, June 2020
CBAS Level I – July 28th to 30th
We are excited to announce that we will be hosting a second web-based CBAS Level I Training July 28th to 30th. Each day will include 3 to 4 hours of lecture with time for Q & A.Continue reading Computrols July Web-Based Training Courses 28th-30th
My name is Robert Hadley, and I am currently a Facilities Manager for Collins Aerospace in Miramar Florida.
I have an information technology background. I spent four years as a computer technician and eventually worked my way up the ranks to become a team leader to support a team of 30 technicians.
I decided to make a career change and took a job as an Apprentice Building Engineer back in 2004. I have been in property and facilities management ever since.
As the world slowly begins to re-open in recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, people are more aware than ever before of the potential dangers they face as a part of virus transmission in their daily lives. At this time, facility management professionals are tasked with making the buildings where these people live, work, learn, and play safe in a very uncertain environment. So how do we prepare for the “new normal” we live in today?Continue reading How can Computrols help you deal with COVID-19?
As people begin returning to work, school, and other places that will require them to go into large-scale facilities with the masses, facility managers will need every tool possible at their disposal to ensure their well-being. Typically, building automation systems (BAS) that control HVAC, access, lights, and fire alarm systems have 3 main functions:
With all that has changed in the world over the last 2 months, we are all trying to manage how we return to the “new normal” that has been created as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Although facility managers and their service partners have always been in a position to ensure building occupants’ health and safety, this challenge has become all that much more difficult. The people going back into their buildings are highly aware of their personal space and cleanliness and are expecting those that are managing the facilities where they live, work, and play to be taking every precaution possible.Continue reading Indoor Air Quality and COVID-19
This webinar, presented on Wednesday, May 13th, 2020, featured a panel of facilities and automation experts to discuss what strategies they and their organizations were implementing to ensure the safe return to facilities in the coming months.Continue reading Webinar: Re-Occupying Buildings During COVID-19