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|Sample VAV Box||Floor Plans|
* System Layout - the HVAC equipment is represented accurately with attention to the location of equipment, the areas it serves, and the coils and dampers' configuration.
* Sequence of Operations - EMC Services does not regurgitate the job specification sequences. They are written in a logical order that matches the programming tools. Details are added to create a complete sequence of operations.
* Bill of Material (BOM) - Materials are listed in the BOM, including accessories, exact part numbers, sensor ranges, and manufacturer.
* Wiring Details - Every system includes wiring details showing field wiring from the panel to the equipment and termination details for interface with equipment that others furnish. This detail allows for a quick and accurate wiring job. Job-wide "typical" details are not used since almost every job contains some non-typical wiring and terminations.
* Point Schedule - The point schedule is basically the controller layout. The programmer mostly uses this information to generate the software database. It includes the sensor and actuator ranges (i.e., 4-20ma equals 0-100% RH).
* Communication Layout - Generally one of the first documents, this drawing gives an overview of the network layout and communication wiring building-wide. It shows the magnitude and size of a control system by listing every controller on every communication trunk.
* Floor Plans - Ask any service technician; floor plans help locate equipment after the job is done. The floor plans will identify the location for panels, thermostats, and pressure sensors located in ductwork and piping.