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Utility Monitoring and Control Systems File : pdf, 13 MB, 263 pages TOC Chapter 1. Introduction 1. Purpose 2. Scope 3. References 4. Umcs 5. Existing Emcs

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File : pdf, 13 MB, 263 pages TOC Chapter 1. Introduction 1. Purpose 2. Scope 3. References 4. Umcs 5. Existing Emcs Chapter 2. General Considerations 1. Reliability 2. Expandability 3. Benefits 4. Applications 5. Codes And Standards 6. Functional Equivalency 7. Power Line Conditioner 8. Uninterruptible Power System 9. Intercommunications Systems 10. Interface And Future Expansion 11. Console And Accessories 12. Support Equipment 13. Transient Protection Requirements 14. Transient Protection Devices 15. Grounding 16. Shielding Chapter 3. Central Station And Island Station Hardware 1. Hardware Configuration 2. Central/Island Station Computer 3. Communication Processor 4. Network Interface Adapter 5. Hard Drives 6. Floppy Drives 7. Magnetic Tape Systems 8. Optical Drives 9. Printers 10. Workstations 11. Local Area Network 12. Modems Chapter 4. Field Equipment Panel Hardware 1. Hardware Configuration 2. Smart Field Panel 3. Remote Terminal Unit 4. Universal Programmable Controller 5. Unitary Controllers 6. I/O Functions 7. Chiller Control Panel 8. Boiler Control Panel Chapter 5. Instrumentation And Controls 1. Sensing Devices 2. Control Devices 3. Microprocessor-Based Controllers Chapter 6. Software Descriptions And Requirements 1. General 2. Central Station And Island Station 3. Field Equipment Panel Chapter 7. Applications Software 1. General Description 2. Scheduled Start/Stop Program 3. Optimum Start/Stop Program 4. Economizer Program 5. Ventilation-Recirculation Program 6. Hot Deck-Cold Deck Temperature Reset Program 7. Reheat Coil Reset Program 8. Boiler Monitoring And Control Program 9. Chiller Selection Program 10. Chilled Water Temperature Reset Program 11. Condenser Water Temperature Reset Program 12. Demand Limiting Program 13. Chiller Demand Limiting Program 14. Day/Night Setback Program 15. Hot Water Oa Reset 16. Lighting Control 17. Unitary Controller Applications Programs 18. Utility Control Functions And Sequences Of Operation Chapter 8. Direct Digital Control Implementation 1. General 2. Instruments And Inputs 3. Diagrams 4. Tables 5. Symbols And Abbreviations 6. Sequences Of Operation Chapter 9. Supervisory Control Implementation 1. General 2. Instruments And Inputs 3. Diagrams 4. Tables 5. Symbols And Abbreviations 6. Additional Applications Chapter 10. Data Transmission Systems 1. Umcs Data Transmission Topologies 2. Fiber Optics 3. Wirelines 4. 10 Base-T 5. Coaxial Cable 6. Radio Frequency (Rf) 7. Packet Radio 8. Government-Furnished Data Transmission Systems Chapter 11. Equipment Modifications 1. Modification Guidelines 2. Instrumentation And Controls 3. Local Controllers Under Supervisory Control 4. Controller Interfaces 5. Time Clocks 6. Single Loop Digital Controllers 7. Instrument Air Supply 8. Electrical Equipment 9. Substations 10. Switchgear 11. Emergency Generator 12. Motor Starters 13. Mechanical Equipment 14. Chillers 15. Boilers 16. Hvac 17. New Building Preparation Chapter 12. Project Implementation 1. Sequence Of Events 2. Viability Survey 3. Information Collection For Design 4. Buildings And Systems Selection 5. Design Survey 6. Applications Program Selection 7. Repair And Replacement (Existing Equipment) 8. Identification Of Equipment Modifications 9. I/O Point Selection Estimate 10. System Configuration 11. Data Communication Considerations 12. Intercommunications 13. Field Hardware Location 14. Equipment Modifications 15. Energy Savings 16. Cost Avoidance 17. Cost Savings 18. Cost Estimates 19. Economic Analysis 20. Dd Form 1391 Validation 21. Central Station And Island Stations 22. Instrumentation And Controls 23. Wiring Requirements 24. Transient Protection 25. Drawings 26. Specifications 27. Construction Period Chapter 13. Expansion And Upgrade Of Existing Emcs 1. Upgrade Guidelines 2. Expansion Guidelines
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