ASHRAE Standard Project Committee 207 (SPC 207)
Laboratory Method of Test of Fault Detection and Diagnostics Applied Commercial Air-Cooled Packaged Systems

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This project committee is responsible for developing
ASHRAE Standard 207, Laboratory Method of Test of Fault Detection and Diagnostics Applied Commercial Air-Cooled Packaged Systems (PROPOSED)


PURPOSE:
This standard provides a method to define an FDD tool's function. This standard also provides a method of laboratory test for the performance of Fault Detection and Diagnostic (FDD) tools on commercial air-cooled packaged equipment.

SCOPE:
2.1 This standard applies to commercial air-cooled packaged air conditioning systems.
2.2 The test is a physical laboratory test on a particular combination of diagnostic tool for each model of a unitary system.
2.3 This standard applies to any on-board, after-market or hand-held hardware and/or software functionality that detects and/or diagnoses problems that lead to degraded performance such as, energy efficiency, capacity, increased maintenance costs or shortened equipment life.

Revised Date:
June 24, 2014

Committee Chair:

Kristin Heinemeier
UC Davis - WCEC

eMail: Kristin Heinemeier (kheinemeier@ucdavis.edu)

Upcoming Meetings:

ASHRAE 2015 Annual Conference
Atlanta, GA
June 26-July 1, 2015
SPC Meeting: June 29

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ASHRAE 2016 Winter Conference
Orlando, FL
January 23-27, 2016
SPC Meeting: January 25