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Apr 30, 2018

Have you ever wanted to learn how to program a BAS?

In the latest episode of the Building Automation Monthly Podcast we discuss how BAS programming works and how you can go about learning to program HVAC with your BAS programming software.

  • Understanding the why behind your programming actions (1:15)
  • Why your mentality determines if you can program (5:00)
  • The traditional way of learning to program (5:30)
  • The questions you need to ask yourself before programming (6:55)
  • Is your program user dependent or user independent (9:55)
  • What is programming? (12:07)
  • How DDC controllers enabled us to write programs (13:00)
  • Do you really understand inputs and outputs (15:50)
  • How your choice of variable type will determine the safety of your programs (22:05)
  • The two ways of programming BAS (25:00)
  • Five steps to programming success (27:52)
  • The reason you must write your boolean logic before your analog logic (30:40)
  • Why following the sequence line for line is a recipe for disaster (33:55)
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