ST 6704 – Fume Hood and Laboratory Room Controls

Overview: Learn to monitor and control laboratory spaces using the Insight building automation system. This class includes hands-on exercises using full-size fume hoods in a laboratory set-up.

Participants: Advanced users who need skills to monitor laboratory controls.

Topic:

You Will Learn To:

Overview

• Define the purpose of a Fume Hood.
• Identify components of a Fume Hood.
• Identify Siemens Fume Hood Controls.

Fume Hood Control
Strategy

• Describe the function of the Fume Hood Controller (FHC).
• Identify components of the Fume Hood Exhaust Terminal.
• Interpret the readings on an Operator Display Panel.
• Learn the sequence of operation for various FHCs.

Lab Room Control
Strategy

• Describe the operation of a Lab and Pressurized Room Controller with Off-Board Air Velocity Sensor (LCM-OAVS).
• Describe how a LCM-OAVS controls room pressurization, ventilation, and temperature.
• Monitor and command sub-points of a LCM-OAVS.

Room Pressurization
Control and Monitoring

• Describe the sequence of operation for Room Pressurization Control.
• Describe the sequence of operation of the Differential Pressure Monitor and Room Pressure Monitor.

Accessing Information

• Use the Insight workstation to monitor and command subpoints.
• Setup points for trend.

Compliance Support
Option (CSO)

• Setup points as supervised points.
• Identify which points are supervised.

Prerequisites:  Insight Workstation I (ST 6203) or Accelerated Insight Master Operator Program (ST 6909) or BACnet Environment for Skilled Insight Users (ST 7104) or Accelerated Insight with BACnet Master Operator Program (ST 7909).

Course Length: Four days ending at noon on the fourth day.

CEUs: 2.7

Additional Information: This class is only offered at our training center located in Buffalo Grove, Illinois.

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