by Andrew Walton
Static Air Pressure (SAP)
“Trim and response” is a way of controlling static air pressure (SAP) within a building’s HVAC system. SAP is one of the most important factors in HVAC design. SAP refers to the resistance to airflow in a heating and cooling system’s components and ductwork within a building. The push of the air must be greater than the resistance to the flow or no air will circulate through the ducts.Continue reading Trim and Response for Supply Pressure
Scale Database Report and Show Controllers in All Points
The memory on X and LX controllers is pre-allocated from the factory. In some circumstances, you may find a need to adjust those settings depending on your specific application. Some of the things affecting the database scale are:Continue reading George’s CBAS Tips, February 2021
When it comes to building automation systems (BAS), Property Managers tend to lean on their facilities operations team to tell them what is going on and what needs to be done. A BAS can be daunting to understand, but at the same time, it is responsible for a large portion of tenant satisfaction and operational budget. While a property manager or administrator does not need to know the ins and outs of operating a BAS, having a basic understanding of how these systems work and what to look out for when evaluating potential service partners can make all the difference.
[00:00:15.270] – Scott Holstein
Hi everybody Scott Holstein here with Computrols, welcome to our I/NET integration webinar.
For those of you who are familiar with I/NET, you know that I/NET has been around a very long time and most people have a very high opinion of their hardware and how their system works. There’s a reason why these obsolete systems essentially are still around today and people are still trying to maintain them. But today we’re going to talk about the I/NET infrastructure and some of the challenges of maintaining these systems now and then go into what Computrols does in terms of integration.Continue reading Computrols Webinar: CSI – I/NET Integration
How the new Live Service feature runs in CBAS 20
When you install CBAS20, a new Windows service called Computrols Live Service is installed and any previous Computrols services are uninstalled as they are no longer needed.Continue reading George’s CBAS Tips, January 2021
Covid-19 is an abbreviation of Coronavirus Disease 2019, which is the new coronavirus currently affecting the majority of the world. Its main transmission process is via the droplets of moisture contained in the air exhaled by people when they breathe or talk. The more rigorous the level of activity is, the more concentrated these exhalations become.Continue reading Addressing COVID-19 with your HVAC System
To say 2020 was a little different from previous years would be just about the biggest understatement you could make. People’s lives were turned upside down and the entire world was brought to its knees because of the COVID-19 pandemic. With that said, at Computrols, we did our best to adapt to the situation at hand and came out stronger than ever before.Continue reading 2020 Year in Review
In this educational webinar, our Director of Marketing and Business Development, Scott Holstein pulls back the curtain on the hidden costs of building automation systems and explains how the cost of operating and maintaining these systems is often overlooked in the initial purchase decision.Continue reading Revealing The Hidden Costs of Building Automation Systems