Laboratory Method of Test of Fault Detection and Diagnostics for Air-side Economizers
ASHRAE Standard Project Committee 207


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SPC207P Agenda Orlando 20020203

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Location: Orlando, FL
Monday Room
8:00-10:00 AM - Main Committee
Lake Concord A (L)
10:00 AM-12:00 Noon - Draft Revisions Working Group Lake Concord A (L)
4:30-6:30 PM - Verification Working Group Lake Concord A (L)



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Title, Purpose, and Scope

The purpose of this standard is to provide methods for laboratory testing of fault detection and diagnostic (FDD) systems to determine whether they perform as specified.  

2.1 This standard applies to the FDD systems that are intended to detect or diagnose faults that affect the performance of the air-side economizers of air conditioning equipment.
2.2 This standard defines laboratory tests for four categories of economizer faults: communication, sensor, damper/actuator and outdoor air quantity.
2.3 This standard only applies to those FDD systems designed to detect or diagnose faults by evaluating instantaneous or short-term conditions and parameters.


Committee Chair

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Kristin Heinemeier


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David Shipley


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Recent news about SPC 207:

Minutes for several meetings are posted under Documents.
The title, purpose, and scope of the proposed SPC 207 was revised.
The draft standard went out for an advisory public review and was revised in response.
SPC 207P voted to send the draft standard out for public review.
There is a working draft of the standard in the members-only area of this site.