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Standard specification for BMS (AG 9/2001)

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Presents a full set of standard specification clauses for building management systems (BMS). The clauses are grouped into three parts - 1) System standard specification, comprising specification 

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Presents a full set of standard specification clauses for building management systems (BMS). The clauses are grouped into three parts - 1) System standard specification, comprising specification clauses relating to equipment and component requirements, for example operator facilities and field controllers, 2) Design and installation standard specification, comprising specification clauses relating to how the system should be designed/structured, configured and installed, 3) Implementation standard specification clauses relating to how the system should be commissioned, handed over and maintained. States that although this standard specification is primarily intended for BMS, it can also be used for stand-alone DDC controllers and networked DDC systems. Specification clauses that are not applicable for networked DDC controllers and stand-alone DDC controllers are supplied in an appendix. States this standard specification should be used as a central part of a full specification for a BMS.

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AuthorPennycook K.
PublisherBSRIA
ISBNOld 0860225798 New 9780860225799
No. of pages74
Number of books in set1
Date publishedJune 2001

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