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College of Technical Learning

Classroom Catalog

Supporting

HVAC Controls

Service

System Design

www.training.carrier.com

carrieruniversity.com

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Custom Classes...1

General Classes ...1

SER009 Introduction to Air Conditioning ...1

On-Line Courses ...2

ON-LINE NATE Core Preparation Course ...2

ON-LINE ABCs of Air Conditioning Course...2

Service ...3

SER400 Basic Apprentice Start-Up & Installation Course...3

SER028 HVAC Mechanical Pro-Troubleshooting4 SER027 HVAC Electrical Pro-Troubleshooting ...5

SER012 Electronics for Technicians ...6

SER190 Tech 2: Heat Pumps ...6

SER200 Tech 3: Gas Heat...7

SER172 Semi-Hermetic Compressors, 06C/D/E.8 SER142 Commercial Rooftop–Constant Volume-Single Zone...9

SER146 48/50A & Z Series Rooftops with ComfortLink™ Controls ...10

SER030 Chiller Operators Courses ...11

SER150 Flotronic Chiller Controls ...12

SER260 Tech 5: Screw Liquid Chillers, Models 30GX/HX ...13

SER120 Centrifugal Fundamentals...14

SER130 Centrifugal Disassembly & Reassembly ...15

SER262 Air-Cooled Liquid Chillers (30RA, RB, XA) ...15

SER210 Tech 4: Reciprocating Liquid Chillers...16

Design ...17

CSD150 – Light Commercial Contractor’s Course ...17

CSD400 – HVAC System Fundamentals ...18

CSD500 – Constant Volume Single-Zone System Design ...19

CSD600 – Variable Volume System Design...20

CSD700 – Applied Water System Design ...21

Commercial Short Courses ... 22

CSC-SBD – Sustainable Building Design and LEED™ for Mechanical Engineers... 22

CSC-LCC – Life Cycle Costing for HVAC Systems... 23

CSC-WSHP – Water Source Heat Pump System Design... 24

CSC-VAVP – VAV Design with Packaged Rooftop Systems ... 25

CSC-HUM – Controlling Humidity in Commercial Applications... 26

Controls ... 27

ECS111 – Introduction to Carrier Comfort Network (CCN)... 27

ECS201 – VVT™ Comfort Systems ... 28

ECS215 – 3V™ Control System Training for Contractors ... 28

ESC216 – Universal Controller for Contractors. 29 ECS315 – CC6400 Comfort Controllers ... 30

ECS715 – Basic ComfortVIEW™ Operator ... 31

ECS900 – Best++ Programming... 32

ECS510- i-Vu CCN Standard... 33

ECS515- i-Vu Advanced Graphics ... 34

ECS530- i-Vu Plus and Third Party Integration (TPI) ... 34

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Custom Classes

Length _per request

Tuitionto be determined

We would be happy to present any of our standard offerings, or to modify or develop specialized HVAC training to meet your specific needs. These courses could be design, engineering, or service oriented. Custom courses can be arranged at your location or at ours, and they can be scheduled to meet your time frame.

Call (315) 432-7574 or toll-free 800-644-5544, Option1, to discuss in detail.

General Classes

SER009 Introduction to Air Conditioning

Length: ___ 2 Days

Tuition: _____ $500

This course provides anyone new to the industry (internal, channel partner, and supplier non-technical staff) with the essential vocabulary and understanding of the technical side of the HVAC industry to enable more effective communication with others in the industry.

The course begins with an overview of Carrier Corporation’s history, current structure, products, markets served and organization. It also includes an overview of the HVAC industry, market channels and how products are marketed. Participants gain a better understanding of their individual jobs within the context of the industry and market as well as their jobs within the company.

An in-depth presentation and discussion of the basic air and refrigeration cycles introduces HVAC technology and vocabulary, using familiar examples relating to human comfort and the properties of air and liquids. Building on these concepts, typical air conditioning systems are explained in terms of their common components. Residential, commercial and refrigeration product types are reviewed with examples of Carrier products within each of the market segments. The basic principles of heating and air distribution systems are also addressed. When the course is held in Syracuse a tour of the Carrier training center provides participants with a chance to see many of the products discussed first hand. Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

•• Describe the HVAC residential and commercial market segments and the market channels used

to service each segment

•• Explain the differences in comfort cooling and refrigeration process

•• List the six functions of a comfort air conditioning system

•• Classify comfort air conditioning systems based on the type of control

•• List the four components of a mechanical refrigeration system, explain how they work and

provide examples of each

•• Identify terms common to the air conditioning industry

•• Label the key components of a furnace, rooftop unit, split system, chiller and air handling unit

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On-Line Courses

ON-LINE NATE Core Preparation Course

Approx. 6 hrs. (1 student, 2-week access)

Tuition _______ $ 35

Available in

English

or

Spanish

Boost your score by as much as 10 POINTS! This session is targeted at residential service technicians who want to review topics that will be covered in the Core exam. This refresher course represents over six hours of training and practice questions that can be reviewed repeatedly over a two-week period. A final exam measures your readiness for the NATE Core exam. Topics include: HVAC, Electricity, Motors and Customer Relations.

ON-LINE ABCs of Air Conditioning Course

Approx. 2 hrs (1 student, 2-week access).

Tuition _______ $ 35

This on-line course provides non-technical people a concise overview of air conditioning. It addresses the topics of: Body Comfort, The Air Cycle, Refrigeration Cycle, The Heat Pump and Air Conditioning Equipment. The course includes section tests.

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Service

Service Training courses are designed for service technicians, operators and maintenance personnel. However, if you are a building manager or supervisor, or simply need exposure to these subject areas, don't worry you need not be an expert to attend. If you have an interest in service training and

knowledge of basic refrigeration theory, then these are the right courses for you.

B ● A ● S ● I ● C

SER400 Basic Apprentice Start-Up & Installation Course

Length _____ 4 days

Tuition _____ $1200

Designed for the "new hire" into the HVAC residential installation and start-up business, this course was specifically developed for the person with minimum training or field experience. It is intended to quickly help a new hire become a useful and profitable member of the installation team. The course not only provides practical hands-on training, but will show the students the “right way” to install and start residential equipment. This will help insure proper system operation with top efficiency, promote customer satisfaction and eliminate costly callbacks. This course can also provide the first stepping stone in training for an installer, who is being groomed to advance towards a service technician position. This 4-day course will split time in the classroom with hands-on training.

Course objectives:

•• Describe fundamental HVAC system concepts

•• Plan an installation

•• Use common heating and cooling tools and test equipment

•• Use refrigerant P/T charts

•• Calculate superheat and subcooling

•• Describe furnace venting issues

•• Check duct size in forced air duct systems and describe installation

issues

•• Read wiring diagrams (to install and hook-up power and control

wiring)

•• Develop customer relation skills

•• Identify EPA certification “tips”

•• Model appropriate safety precautions

Course hands-on lab exercises include:

•• Recovering Puron® refrigerant from a residential split system

•• Evacuating an air conditioning system

•• Piping and brazing practices

•• Leak testing

•• Refrigerant charging (by weight, superheat and subcooling)

•• Furnace set-up (firing rate, gas pressure, fan speed and air temperature rise

•• Power and thermostat wiring and thermostat programming

Subjects not included in this training are: building load calculations; system troubleshooting (beyond normal start-up procedures); and EPA Certification.

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes or work sessions.

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SER028 HVAC Mechanical Pro-Troubleshooting

Length: ____ 5 days

Tuition: _____$1200

NATE ___ 40 CEHs

(ACSV, HPSV, ACIN, HPIN)

IACET _ 3.8 CEUs

This course teaches fundamental skills needed to troubleshoot residential/light commercial HVAC refrigeration system problems. Students will be shown time-proven diagnostic techniques to apply immediately back on the job. The goal is to provide technicians with not only the skills and confidence to tackle any mechanical system malfunction (with emphasis on rapid and accurate discovery of the failed component), but also determining the root cause of the problem to eliminate repeat failures. This course was developed to be taken in conjunction with the SER027 HVAC Electrical

Pro-Troubleshooting Course for complete troubleshooting proficiency, but can be taken as a stand-alone seminar if electrical troubleshooting techniques are already understood or are not needed. For technicians just entering the HVAC field or persons with no field experience this course is most effective when proceeded by the BASIC Program (SER400), which introduces participants to

fundamental concepts of both air conditioning and heating systems, and includes much more “hands on” lab time with service test equipment and tools.

Course lab exercises include:

•• Hands-on evaluation of an operating residential split system with Puron refrigerant (where

available) to: identify all system components; measure system refrigerant pressures and temperatures; measure wet and dry bulb air flow conditions; calculate refrigerant charge; evaluate system airflow; and calculate system cooling capacity.

•• Computer simulation exercises to compare system operating conditions in various parts of the

country and during various system problem conditions like; refrigerant undercharge and overcharge, and when operating with restricted condenser and evaporator airflow.

•• Workbook exercises to: calculate system superheat and subcooling; evaluate refrigerant charge;

determine how various system problems affect system refrigerant pressures, superheat, and subcooling.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

•• Predict “NORMAL” operating conditions for an HVAC

residential system.

•• Calculate superheat and subcooling

•• Apply and understand the use of pressure enthalpy diagrams

•• Calculate refrigerant charge and understand the proper charging

methods for HVAC systems

•• Properly and safely use mechanical tools and HVAC test instruments

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SER027 HVAC Electrical Pro-Troubleshooting

Length ____ 5 Days

Tuition______$1200

NATE ____ 40 CEHs

(ACSV, ADSV, HPSV, GSSV, ACIN, ADIN, HPIN, GSIN )

IACET __ 3.8

CEUs

This course teaches the fundamental and advance skills of troubleshooting residential and light

commercial HVAC electrical system problems. In this course, technicians learn and practice proven diagnostic techniques that they can apply immediately, back on the job. The goal is to provide technicians with both the skills and confidence to tackle any electrical system malfunction, with emphasis on rapid discovery of the failed component and root cause determination. Following this logical, systematic procedure for troubleshooting electrical systems makes the job must less

intimidating. This course was developed as a stand-alone seminar, or to be taken in conjunction with HVAC Mechanical Pro-Troubleshooting. This is not a course for a technician just entering the HVAC field.

Course Objectives:

•• Identify essential characteristics

of an electrical circuit

•• Distinguish various types and

styles of wiring diagrams and their intended purpose

•• Recognize electrical symbols and

industry standards

•• Read and interpret various

wiring schematics and determine sequence of operation

•• Define the function of various

printed circuit boards

•• Develop practical

troubleshooting approach to isolate and correct electrical system malfunctions

•• Develop safe electrical troubleshooting practices and procedures

•• Perform root cause analysis to prevent repeat failures

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work sessions.

Additional Accreditation:

This course provides “3 credit hours” from Onondaga Community College, a member of the “State University of New York” educational institution. (Credits may be transferable to other college degree programs.)

Suggested Prerequisite: A minimum of one year of field experience in servicing and maintaining

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SER012 Electronics for Technicians

Length ____ 2 Days

Tuition _______$600

NATE ___ 16 CEHs

(ACSV, HPSV, RLSV, ACIN, HPIN, RLIN)

IACET _________0

This seminar is designed for anyone who has a need or desire for a better

understanding of electronic components, both analog and digital, found in both residential and commercial HVAC controls.

•• Topics of discussion include:

• •• Switching devices • •• Timing circuits • •• Digital controls • •• Logic circuits • •• Memory types • •• Microprocessor architecture

Note: This course was formerly called “Basic Electronics for Technicians”.

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work sessions.

SER190 Tech 2: Heat Pumps

Length ____ 3 Days

Tuition _______$900

NATE ___ 24 CEHs

(ACSV, HPSV, ACIN, HPIN) IACET __ 2.3

CEUs

Learn how to troubleshoot, service and maintain heat pumps fast and accurately. Classroom sessions discuss the refrigeration, air, and electrical systems. Newly acquired skills are tested on operating equipment (units using Puron refrigerant, where available).

•• Calculate the thermal and economic balance point

•• Set up air handler for proper air flow

•• Calculate and verify capacity in heating mode

•• Charge a unit in cooling or heating mode

•• Test defrost cycle and thermostat

•• Test reversing valve for proper operation

•• Test for proper heater and sequencer operation

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SER200 Tech 3: Gas Heat

Length ____ 3 Days

Tuition _______$900

NATE ____ 24 CEHs

(GSSV, GSIN)

IACET __ 2.3

CEUs

In one quick week, you’ll learn how to install, troubleshoot, service and maintain gas furnaces – professionally, accurately and quickly. The equipment covered in this class ranges from standard efficiency furnaces with standing pilots and thermo-couples to the latest multi-poise condensing furnaces with two-stage gas valves, variable speed motors, microprocessor controls, electronic thermostats and direct ignition burners with flame rectification proving circuits.

Classroom sessions cover: gas heating fundamentals, types of gas heating systems, furnace construction, operating components and safety controls, furnace combustion and venting air

requirements, installation rules and gas pipe sizing, determining proper size for vent pipe and venting concerns, accessories (such as humidifiers and electronic air cleaners), reading electrical schematics and interpretation of various heating electrical circuits.

Students will:

•• Measure gas pressure and set up a furnace for proper firing

rate

•• Measure and adjust blower air flow

•• Measure inducer air pressure and evaluate operation

•• Read and interpret various furnace wiring diagrams

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work sessions.

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SER172 Semi-Hermetic Compressors, 06C/D/E

Length ____ 3 Days

Tuition _______$900

NATE ____________ IACET __________0

The goal of this course is to train field personnel to identify and correct the causes of compressor failure

so that repeated failures are eliminated. The program includes: Introduction to Carlyle Compressors; models 06D and 06E familiarization and operation; reciprocating compressor failure diagnosis,

teardown, and analysis; system diagnostics; procedures to prevent repeat failures. Students tear down and analyze field-returned failed compressors.

Course Objectives:

•• Read and interpret Carrier model

and serial numbers to obtain useful information

•• Explain purpose of compressor

components and how

compression and lubrication systems operate

•• Define various “failure

modes” and explain sequence of events that can lead to failure

•• Evaluate oil quantity, quality, and

condition; explain causes of rust at various shell locations, recognize

overheated bearings and heads, measure and

evaluate motor winding resistance values, recognize the difference between good and bad; bearing surfaces, valves, valve plates and gaskets

•• Relate physical characteristics to possible causes and

then determine underlying cause of failures

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and

a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work sessions.

Suggested Prerequisite: HVAC Electrical Troubleshooting and HVAC Mechanical

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SER142 Commercial Rooftop–Constant Volume-Single Zone

Length ____ 3 Days

Tuition _______$900

The Commercial Rooftop service course has been redesigned in an effort to exactly fit your servicing needs; we developed the

Commercial Rooftop Constant Volume-Single Zone course, the first of a two-sequenced training course on commercial rooftop units. As you know, constant volume rooftops comprise the vast majority of installed rooftops in the field today, so what better place to start your commercial training. This class is designed to provide detailed training to improve the troubleshooting skills and knowledge of HVAC technicians. It is recommended that students successfully complete both the HVAC Electrical and the HVAC Mechanical Pro-Troubleshooting courses. A variety of rooftop units or comparable simulators will be used to provide training exercises for wiring diagram interpretation, compressor troubleshooting, and control/sensor troubleshooting.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

•• Troubleshoot the mechanical refrigeration subsystem including the compressor, drive train, and

refrigeration cycle

•• Troubleshoot the airside and control subsystems, including economizers, power exhaust, and

head pressure control

•• Differentiate design characteristics including airflow types, capacity ranges, cooling/heating

combinations, and controls

•• Describe the sequence of operation of the cooling, heating and defrost modes

•• Using Carrier product literature, install, start-up, maintain, and troubleshoot specific Carrier

rooftop models

•• A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of

attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work sessions.

Suggested Prerequisite: HVAC Electrical Troubleshooting and HVAC Mechanical

Pro-Troubleshooting (SER027 and SER028)

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SER146 48/50A & Z Series Rooftops with ComfortLink™ Controls

(Replaces SER144 Commercial Rooftop VAV Course)

Length ____ 2 Days

Tuition _______$600

NATE ____ 16 CEHs

(ACSV, ADSV, HPSV, GSSV, ACIN, ADIN, HPIN, GSIN)

IACET __ 1.5 CEUs

This course introduces A & Z Series Rooftops with ComfortLink™ Controls. This 2-day training session will be conducted utilizing a PowerPoint presentation format supplemented with an

A & Z Simulator (one of each) and the latest Controls & Troubleshooting documents. The A & Z simulators provide three modes of operation; Cooling, Heating and Ventilation. There are 16 faults built in each simulator, for example: Loss of communication with economizer actuator, outdoor air temperature, and high pressure switch and compressor current sensor. Technicians work their way through the panel’s bug list to ensure a hands-on comfort level with each unit.

This course will cover the following:

•• A & Z Series Unit Familiarization

ComfortLink™ Control - input/output locations and sensors, operation of scrolling marquee and software menu structure

•• Initial Start-Up

Configuration, set point, time clock, test, unit mode, heat mode, SP mode, BP sub-mode, CCN sub-mode

•• Unit Operation

CV units with 2-stage thermostat, CV units with space sensor control, VAV control, gas heat, economizer, head pressure control, time delays, demand limiting, indoor air quality, building pressure control, smoke control modes

•• Troubleshooting

VFD modes, diagnostics, resetting faults and alarms, alarm history A cumulative score of 70% is

required to pass this course. The score is a combination of

attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work sessions.

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SER030 Chiller Operators Courses

Length ____ 2 Days

Tuition _______$600

NATE ___ 16 CEHs

(ACSV, HPSV, ACIN, HPIN)

IACET ___ xx

CEUs

This course is designed specifically for machine operators and those

responsible for routine chiller maintenance (19XL/R/RT, 23XL, or 30GX/HX). Students learn the

fundamentals of basic machine cycles and controls, particularly stressing routine day-to-day monitoring and system analysis. Topics include refrigeration and lubrication cycles, troubleshooting analysis using

operating log data, control sequences, controls self-testing, and controls diagnostics. The emphasis is on identifying the need for proper

maintenance and service, not on actual "hands-on" service techniques.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

•• Start, operate, and stop machine according to factory-prescribed instructions and procedures

•• Record system operating conditions using Carrier refrigeration log

•• Interpret data and compare machine performance to design specs

•• Identify proper maintenance schedules according to factory recommendations and communicate

maintenance requirement This course does not cover Prodialog.

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work sessions.

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SER150 Flotronic Chiller Controls

Length ____ 3 Days

Tuition _______$900

NATE ___ 24 CEHs

(ACSV, HPSV, ADHP, ACIN, HPIN, ADIN) IACET ____ 2

CEUs

A must for individuals who work with the microprocessor-based control system in Carrier 30 Series reciprocating liquid chillers including 30GTN ComfortLink™. The course begins with a basic

familiarization of microprocessor controls, such as the original "Flotronic" board and develops to the newest Product Integrated Controls (PIC) systems. Students learn troubleshooting procedures to check processor input and output functions, including the electronic expansion valve. During the hands on lab sessions, students use the troubleshooting techniques taught in the classroom on actual control panels. Manual troubleshooting skills and the use of the processor's self-diagnostics are taught. Learning these skills reduces service time and callbacks.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

•• Identify and explain the function of the major components of reciprocating compressors, DX

coolers, and EXVs

•• Perform microprocessor troubleshooting

•• Perform waterside analysis

•• Log and trend analysis

NOTE: This course does not discuss the mechanical or electrical systems of conventional reciprocating chillers.

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work

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SER260 Tech 5: Screw Liquid Chillers, Models 30GX/HX

Length 3 Days$1200

NATE ____ 24 CEHs (ACSV, RCSV, ACIN, RCIN)

IACET __ 2.3 CEUs

This course teaches the best ways to operate, maintain, troubleshoot, and service screw liquid chillers, focusing on models 30GX and HX "global" products. Studies cover refrigeration cycle, compressor theory, cooler heat transfer, water and air-cooled condensers. You will also learn to analyze

performance by recording and analyzing refrigerant and water pressures and temperatures, refrigerant controls, adjustments, charging, capacity control, oil separators, metering devices, economizers, and operation and troubleshooting of the electrical system including Product Integrated Control (PIC) systems. Hands-on skills are tested in our electrical troubleshooting lab on PIC/ComfortLink chiller control panels.

Upon completion of this course participants will be able to:

•• Setup and adjust controls

•• Identify the major components of a screw

liquid chiller

•• Describe screw compressor operation

•• Identify refrigerant flow in a system

•• Measure refrigerant and water

temperature delta T, LTD, gpm, and tonnage

•• Compare design and actual operating

conditions

This course does not cover Prodialog.

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work sessions.

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SER120 Centrifugal Fundamentals

Length ____ 4 Days

Tuition ______$1600

NATE ____ 32 CEHs

(ACSV, ACIN, HPSV, HPIN IACET)

IACET ___ 3.0CEUs

In this course, students learn how to operate, maintain, troubleshoot and service 19 Series low and high-pressure machines (including PIC controls on newer models). Learning is tested in our labs, including electrical troubleshooting of the 32SM and 3200MP control

systems. Studies include: refrigeration cycles, compressor theory, lubrication cycles, purge operation, refrigerants, heat exchangers and heat transfer. The course also covers troubleshooting techniques and equipment needed to: record and analyze machine temperatures and pressures; determine performance using heat exchange approaches; waterside flow rate analysis; maintenance requirements; and logging machine data.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

•• Use product literature to answer questions pertaining to design features, installation, start-up,

operation, maintenance and parts

•• Determine system efficiency component enhancements

•• Determine proper flow through the cooler and condenser heat exchangers based on nozzle

arrangement and pressure drop

•• Recognize 19D low-pressure machine’s refrigeration, lubrication, motor cooling and purge cycles

as well as educator and demister circuits

•• Recognize 19D high-pressure machine’s refrigeration, lubrication, motor cooling and dehydrator

cycles, as well as educator and demister circuits

•• Determine chiller capacity, troubleshoot and identify system problems using data from operating

log sheets

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SER130 Centrifugal Disassembly & Reassembly

Length ____ 4 Days

Tuition _____ $2,925

NATE ___ 32 CEHs

(ACSV, ACIN)

IACET __ 3.0

CEUs

CDR is designed to teach experienced service mechanics how to properly disassemble both low and high-pressure centrifugal compressors, including Models 19XL, XR and EX. Techniques and

procedures for using precision instruments are taught for determining clearances, fits, and tolerances of various bearings, seals and components. Students also review compressor lubrication, motor cooling, and capacity control. Because this course is lab oriented with enhanced student/instructor contact, attendance is limited and early registration is recommended.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

•• Use special tools for measuring clearances

•• Define standard sequence for disassembly of compressor

•• Compare actual clearance and minimum/maximum design

clearance

•• Perform factory recommended assembly procedures

NOTE: Electrical control systems are not covered in this course.

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work sessions.

Mandatory Prerequisite: Centrifugal Fundamentals.

SER262 Air-Cooled Liquid Chillers (30RA, RB, XA)

Length ____ 2 Days

Tuition _______$600

NATE ______ CEHs ( )

IACET __ 1.5 CEUs

This course teaches the best ways to operate, maintain, troubleshoot, and service scroll liquid chillers, focusing on models 30RA, RB and XA products. Studies cover refrigeration cycle, compressor theory, cooler heat transfer, and air-cooled condensers. You will also learn to analyze performance by

recording and analyzing refrigerant and water pressures and temperatures, refrigerant controls, adjustments, charging, capacity control, metering devices, subcoolers, and operation and

troubleshooting of the electrical system including ComfortLink ™ systems. The course includes an AquaSnap ComfortLink ™ control simulator.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

•• Setup and adjust controls

•• Identify the major components of a scroll liquid

chiller

•• Identify refrigerant flow in a system

•• Measure refrigerant and water temperature delta T,

LTD, gpm, and tonnage

•• Compare design and actual operating conditions

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of attendance, class

participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work sessions.

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SER210 Tech 4: Reciprocating Liquid Chillers

Length ____ 4 Days

_ Special Quote

NATE ____ 32CEHs

(CSV, HPSV, ACIN, HPIN

This course teaches the best ways to operate, maintain, troubleshoot, and service reciprocating liquid chillers. Studies include chiller refrigeration cycle, compressor theory, cooler heat transfer, water and air cooled condensers. You'll also learn how to analyze performance by recording and analyzing refrigerant and water pressures and temperatures.

We also cover refrigerant controls, adjustments, charging, capacity control and capacity testing, and operation and troubleshooting of the electrical system including timers, temperature controllers,

operating and safety controls. Hands on skills are tested in our electrical troubleshooting lab on various chiller control panels.

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work sessions.

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Design

CSD150 – Light Commercial Contractor’s Course

Length ____ 5 Days

Tuition _____ $1,200

NATE ___ xxx CEHs

IACET ________ 3.8

This introductory design course is targeted at contractors, design build contractors, utility customer representatives, territory managers, sales support people and anyone involved with designing or applying HVAC equipment in light commercial projects. Basic HVAC concepts are presented in just enough detail for the student to understand how to apply each of the design steps. The course walks step-by-step through the complete system design on a light commercial building. At the end of the course, a participant will be able to do an electronic block cooling/heating load, select packaged or split system equipment, design an air distribution system and design a refrigerant piping system as applied on a light commercial project. No prior experience in commercial system design is required. This course does not cover all the subject matter or the material to the same degree as the Commercial System Design courses CSD400, 500, 600 and 700. Students will learn these design skills:

•• Explain the differences in design with

commercial buildings compared to residential

•• Recognize components of a commercial

system from a mechanical drawing

•• Differentiate packaged from split systems

and explain the benefits of each

•• Recognize various direct-expansion

products used for single-zone, light commercial applications

•• Make building zoning decisions to define

the number of units needed to condition the building

•• Predict what will happen to the

evaporator design CFM and entering air conditions as supply outlet temperature changes, using Carrier’s Psych+ software

•• Select diffusers to provide good air motion and design a duct system using the equal friction

method

•• Design a control system which would be applied on light commercial systems

•• Understanding the application of Green Building practices

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work sessions.

Suggested Prerequisites: SER009, a working knowledge of computers. Students are encouraged to

bring their own computers, but it is not required. No prior experience in commercial system design is necessary.

Suggested Next Course: B.A.S.I.C. (SER400), 3V™ (ECS215), Commercial Basic Systems Design

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CSD400 – HVAC System Fundamentals

Length ____ 5 Days

Tuition ______$1200

NATE ___ xxx CEHs

IACET ________ 3.8

This first course covers the subjects that are fundamental in the design of all types of HVAC systems. Students learn the fundamental principles of HVAC design, including psychrometrics, heat transfer, mechanical refrigeration and load estimating. Participants learn to become proficient with HVAC’s

two most important design tools, the psychrometric chart and the pressure enthalpy diagram. At the completion of the course, participants know how to do an accurate commercial load estimate that is the basis to the other system design decisions. The concepts of this course are prerequisite for taking the other three courses and the building blocks of the student’s HVAC design career. Computer-assisted work sessions and a design project are used to practice the principles taught. Students will learn to:

•• Explain the parameters that must be controlled to

achieve human comfort

•• Describe the procedural steps common to all HVAC

design

•• Explain the principles of heat transfer and their impact

on heating and cooling load estimates

•• Zone a commercial building with fixed or open floor

plans

•• Use the principles of psychrometrics to describe air

cycles

•• Apply the PH (Pressure Enthalpy) chart to describe the

principles of mechanical refrigeration cycles

•• Do a computerized block and zone load estimate for a

commercial building

Suggested Prerequisite: A working knowledge of computer operation. Students are encouraged to

bring their own computer, but it is not required.

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work sessions.

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CSD500 – Constant Volume Single-Zone System Design

Length ____ 5 Days

Tuition ______$1200

NATE ___ xxx CEHs

IACET ________ 3.8

This second course centers on the skills and knowledge necessary to design one of the most common HVAC systems, a constant volume air distribution system using single zone packaged and split system equipment. Participants learn to determine building zones and acceptable compromises in comfort control. How to design the air distribution system for

good air motion and sizing of the duct system is covered in detail. Achieving the most effective selection of packaged (rooftop) and split system equipment is covered and how to develop a sequence of control to maintain comfort design. Computer assisted work sessions and a design project are used to practice the skills.

Students will learn to:

•• Choose building zones when served by a single

zone unit and make initial system decisions

•• Layout and select air terminals for good room air

motion

•• Layout and design a low pressure duct system,

•• Select the best type of packaged unit that will meet

the required zone psychrometric conditions

•• Layout and select an air handler with a DX coil that

will match building load and select a matching split system condensing unit

•• Select and establish fan performance based on air

system design conditions

•• Describe a control sequence and strategy which

meets the design objectives

•• Understanding the application of Green Building

practices

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work sessions.

Suggested Prerequisites: CSD400, and a working knowledge of computers. Students are encouraged

to bring their own computer, but it is not required.

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CSD600 – Variable Volume System Design

Length ____ 5 Days

Tuition ______$1200

NATE ___ xxx CEHs

IACET ________ 3.8

This third course covers the skills and knowledge needed to design two of the basic all-air zoning systems for multiple-zoned buildings Variable Volume/Variable Temperature (VVT) and Variable Air Volume (VAV). In this course participants learn how to zone a building when more than one building zone is served from one air handler. Variable volume/variable temperature systems allow constant volume packaged equipment to meet the varying load requirements of a zoned building. Variable air volume systems use applied and special packaged equipment to change air volume to achieve space conditions in each building zone. Students learn to design for the impacts of these multiple zone systems and their affects on design decisions, load estimates, equipment selections, room air

distribution, duct design, and control sequence. Work sessions, computer-assisted examples and a design project are used to practice the skills.

Students learn to:

•• Apply the design process to VVT and VAV systems

•• Choose building control zones and group zones for

controllability

•• Design for VVT air distribution and properly

determine bypass requirements

•• Distinguish between the types of variable volume

terminals available and select the appropriate type for the project

•• Layout and select variable volume air terminals and

diffusers for good room air motion, and layout a duct system

•• Layout and select a packaged system for a VVT

system

•• Choose the appropriate method of meeting heating

requirements with VVT and VAV type systems

•• Layout and select diffusers, terminals, packaged

rooftops and applied DX air handlers for a VAV system and design a medium pressure duct system

•• How to establish required fan performance for VVT

and VAV systems

•• Determine the control sequence and layout the

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CSD700 – Applied Water System Design

Length ____ 5 Days

Tuition ______$1200

NATE ___ xxx CEHs

IACET ________ 3.8

This fourth course centers around the skills and knowledge needed to design an applied chilled water system for a multiple-zoned commercial building. In this course participants learn how to zone a building when more than one building zone and air handler are served from one central chilled water plant. Participants will learn how initial decisions, load estimates and equipment selection are

impacted when applied water systems will be used. The course covers various piping and pumping systems, the selection of chillers, pumps, cooling towers, and control valves. Students learn to design dedicated ventilation systems that achieve required zone ventilation, to design the piping distribution system and develop the system’s control sequence for a chilled water system. Work sessions,

computer-assisted examples and a design project are used to practice the skills. Students learn to:

•• Make initial decisions based on a chilled

water system and choose building control zones

•• Layout and select room fan coil units

•• Select the number and type of chillers from

the options available

•• Identify types of chillers and pumping

distribution systems and select appropriate control valves

•• Layout and select a cooling tower and a

plate-frame heat exchanger

•• Design a chilled water piping system and a

condenser water piping system

•• Select pumps for the piping systems and

determine the pumping power

•• Design a dedicated ventilation system using

an applied air handler

•• Determine the control sequence and control

components required to control a complete chilled water system

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work sessions.

Suggested Prerequisites: CSD400 and a working

knowledge of computers. Students are encouraged to bring their own computer, but it is not required. Suggested Companion Courses: CSD500 and CSD600

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Commercial Short Courses

CSC-SBD – Sustainable Building Design and LEED™ for Mechanical Engineers

Length _____ 2 days

Tuition _______$600

IACET __ 1.5 CEUs

Sustainable design practices are rapidly being required for many buildings. This short course is targeted for HVAC designers, engineers, design / build contractors, construction manager’s architects and building owners involved in sustainable building design. This short course will give the

participant an understanding of how sustainable design impacts current HVAC applications and practical ways to apply HVAC technology in achieving sustainable design goals. The general principles of sustainable design will be covered with emphasis on how mechanical system designers can

implement the process. Best practices of HVAC for sustainability will be discussed. Upon completion of this course the participant will have a working understanding of:

What sustainable building design is

•• The LEED program, credits, points and

HVAC influences

•• How to meet the minimum prerequisite

requirements to comply with ASHRAE Standard 90.1 and 62

•• Five points the HVAC system alone can

achieve toward certification

•• How to establish the baseline with energy

simulation programs

•• Using energy simulation programs to

optimize energy performance

•• Practical equipment solutions which help

achieve certification points

•• How underfloor air distribution design can

be used to achieve points

•• The use of CO2 monitoring and its proper

application

•• How DDC control systems can be applied to achieve points

•• How ASHRAE Standard 55 comfort requirements can be met

•• What building commissioning is and what HVAC manufactures recommend be covered

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work

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CSC-LCC – Life Cycle Costing for HVAC Systems

Length _____ 2 days

Tuition _______$600

IACET __ 1.5 CEUs

To meet the requirements of many design projects and to meet sustainable design objectives more than installation cost must be considered. System alternative decisions need to include the impact of all costs over the life of the building. In this short course participants will learn to apply accepted principles of Life Cycle Costing (LCC) as it applies to HVAC systems. HVAC designers, engineers, design/build contractors, construction manager’s architects and building owners who must develop LCC studies or interpret the results will benefit from this course. The course covers common terms, the fundamental concepts required for analysis, a recommended procedure for analysis, where to find data and methodologies to use for decision-making. The course uses practical HVAC examples to demonstrate the process and a class project reinforces understanding of the skills learned. As part of the course, a spreadsheet analysis tool will be provided which makes solving basic problems easier and a complete computer based LCC analysis tool will be demonstrated. Upon completion of this course the participant will be able to:

•• Demonstrate an understanding of common Life Cycle Cost

terminology

•• Follow a LCC procedure that helps assure an analysis meets

the stakeholders needs

•• Know where to find the input data for costs, study periods, interest rates and other cost / benefit

components required for an analysis. Rules of thumb are provide on how to estimate data when it may not be available from normal sources

•• Properly use the 5 types of formula to account for the time value of money

•• Know when and how to use each of the 5 types of economic decision making tools, payback,

annual cost, present worth life cycle cost, net savings and internal rate of return

•• Determine what type of alternative decision process needs to be made

•• Account for the impact on alternatives due to utility rate structures and fuel types

•• Properly evaluate inputs in light of public sector or private sector type analysis

•• Rank order competing projects to determine optimum funding using the SIR methods

•• Account for the impacts of inflation and cost escalation

•• Use the procedure and make a presentation, which demonstrates the best selection between

several alternatives based on multiple efficiency levels and non-uniform equipment life

•• Show how to account for the impact of deprecation in an LCC study

•• Know how to account for non-economic factors in economic terms

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work sessions.

Suggested Prerequisites: NONE. A working knowledge of personal computers is recommended and

students are encouraged to bring their own computers, but it is not required. A calculator is also required.

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CSC-WSHP – Water Source Heat Pump System Design

Length _____ 2 days

Tuition _______$600

IACET __ 1.5 CEUs

This short course focuses on using a step-by-step design process for a commercial project using water source heat pumps. Knowledge of fundamental principles is assumed for this course and emphasis is on application of these principles to Water Source Heat Pump (WSHP) design. Participants learn using a class example project to follow the design steps and complete a WSHP project design. HVAC

designers, engineers, design / build contractors, and sales people involved in water source heat pump projects will benefit from this course.

Upon completion of this course, when water source heat pumps are used, the participant will be able to:

•• Distinguish between the types of

products and proper application of each

•• Determine zoning and make

initial design decisions as impacted by the system

•• Calculate heating and cooling

loads for room and block conditions

•• Select units to meet zone

psychrometric conditions

•• Select diffusers for a good air

motion and design the low pressure duct system

•• Design a ventilation system

which will provide acceptable ventilation

•• Layout the condenser piping loop

and select the pumps and valves

•• Select a cooling tower and boiler

which will meet loop requirements

•• Explain steps that should be

taken to control acoustic energy

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CSC-VAVP – VAV Design with Packaged Rooftop Systems

Length _____ 2 days

Tuition_______$600

IACET __ 1.5 CEUs

This short course focuses on using a step-by-step design process for a large commercial project using rooftop packaged Variable Air Volume (VAV) units. Knowledge of fundamental principles is assumed for this course and emphasis is on application of these principles to packaged rooftop VAV

applications. Participants learn using a class example project to follow the design steps and complete an office-building project with rooftop VAV units. HVAC designers, engineers, design / build contractors, and sales people involved in projects with VAV and packaged rooftops will benefit from this course.

Upon completion of this course the participant will be able to:

•• Describe characteristics of a packaged rooftop unit necessary when used on VAV applications

•• Identify what buildings types are appropriate for the system

•• Determine zoning and make initial design decisions as impacted by VAV systems

•• Calculate heating and cooling loads for room and block conditions

•• Determine how to account for zone diversity

•• Select units to meet zone psychrometric condition

•• Select VAV terminals and diffusers for good air motion and design the duct system

•• Determine if acceptable ventilation will be maintained

•• Explain how to achieve acoustic objectives

•• Describe the control sequence and how to meet ASHRAE Standard 90.1 requirements

•• Explain methods of controlling humidity and heat recovery opportunities

•• Describe how to do an energy study for these units

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work sessions.

Suggested Prerequisites: CSD400 or 2 years practical experience with a basic understanding of

psychrometrics, heat transfer and HVAC system types. Students are encouraged to bring their own computers, but it is not required.

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CSC-HUM – Controlling Humidity in Commercial Applications

Length _____ 2 days

Tuition _______$600

IACET __ 1.5 CEUs

This short course explores why humidity control has become an issue and how commercial systems work to control humidity. HVAC designers, design/build contractors, construction managers and facility management people will benefit from this course. The causes and effects of building design and system type, selection and control have on humidity will be addressed. The use of dedicated equipment for humidity control will be addressed. At the end of the course a student should be able to identify when humidity may be an issue and describe options that could be employed with various systems to help control the problem. The course uses a number of actual building examples to demonstrate the concepts discussed. Participants will have a chance to use the calculation tools discussed on example projects to gain proficiency in the process.

Upon completion of this course the participant will be able to:

•• Explain the relationship between

comfort, IAQ, mold and humidity

•• Describe reasons systems may not be

able to control humidity

•• Classify how various system types and

control schemes can control humidity

•• Calculate moisture loads for commercial

spaces

•• Explain valve control and face and

bypass control and how each impact space humidity

•• Describe how moisture movement takes

place in buildings and how building construction influences its movement

•• Use a psychrometric plot to describe how

effective various humidity control products are in mitigating problems

•• Describe the relationship between

building pressurization and humidity control

•• Describe control systems options and the

positive and negative they have on humidity

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Controls

ECS111 – Introduction to Carrier Comfort Network (CCN)

Length ____ 2 Days

Tuition _______$660

NATE ____ 16 CEHs

(ACSV, ACIN, ADSV, ADIN, HPSV, HPIN, RLSV, RLIN, RCSV, RCIN)

IACET 1.5 __ CEUs

This is a comprehensive course that provides entry-level as well as the experienced controls technician with the skills necessary to install, interface with and troubleshoot a Carrier Comfort Network. The course begins with a review of basic control theory followed by a discussion of the standard algorithms used to control typical HVAC systems. Network configuration options and requirements, CCN

architecture and standard communications protocol will also be covered in detail. Students are then introduced to CCN’s family of DDC controllers, learn their function within the network and how they are wired. The new handheld System Pilot as well as Network Service Tool V software are used to interface with selected training simulators.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

•• Identify major CCN modules and factory mounted

PICs.

•• Understand CCN architecture and rules for

addressing devices.

•• Understand the principles and major

building blocks for CCN networks.

•• Identify various algorithms for standard

HVAC applications.

•• Determine what points and schedules

are required for algorithm execution.

•• Synchronize network time and

establish network broadcasters and acknowledgers.

•• Operate the System Pilot hand held

interface tool with a digital controller.

•• Effectively use Network Service Tool V

software to interface with a PIC

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and

knowledge

through quizzes and/or work sessions.

Suggested Prerequisites: Those attending should understand basic HVAC principles and have

computer operating experience. Students will be provided with a laptop computer with the latest version of Network Service Tool V.

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ECS201 – VVT™ Comfort Systems

Length ____ 3 Days

Tuition _______$950

NATE ___ xx CEHs

IACET __ 2.3 CEUs

This technically-oriented course covers 33CS Comfort System products with special emphasis on the TEMP Stat and VVT Systems. The course covers application, component layout, installation,

configuration and troubleshooting and also addresses Gen III’s new “seamless” architecture, where VVT products may be wired directly into the CCN bus. Lab equipment is provided to simulate field installations. Students are encouraged to bring a computer equipped with Network Service Tool V software.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

•• Identify Carrier/Parker air terminal zoning systems that use

“intelligent” thermostats.

•• Install and configure TEMP and VVT systems.

•• Troubleshoot using theory of operation techniques.

•• Become familiar with the latest version of products and software.

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work sessions.

Suggested Prerequisites: Those attending should have an understanding of basic controls principles, HVAC principles, HVAC system design, and personal computer operation.

ECS215 – 3V™ Control System Training for Contractors

Length ____ 3 Days

Tuition _______$950

NATE ____ 24 CEHs

(ACSV, ACIN, ADSV, ADIN, HPSV, HPIN, RLSV, RLIN, RCSV, RCIN)

IACET __ 2.3 CEUs

The 3V Control System training class is designed for dealer/contractors who have installed and/or serviced Carrier’s Gen III VVT control systems and want to become familiar with Carrier’s new 3V™ Control System products. System changes, enhancements and differences are covered, as well as how to configure a 3V™ control system to maximize its capabilities. This 50% hands-on training course features specially designed 3V™ control system simulators to take the lecture presentation directly into hands-on applications.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

•• Configure PremierLink™ DDC rooftop controller for

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ESC216 – Universal Controller for Contractors

Length ____ 2 Days

Tuition ____ $660.00

IACET __ 1.5 CEUs

This class introduces Carrier’s new General Purpose Universal Controller and is designed to enhance dealer/contractor opportunities in the retrofit digital controls market, particularly with their existing service accounts. The Universal Controller (UC16) is equipped with 8 universal inputs and outputs and can be configured to operate as a standalone controller or as an air source controller for Carrier’s new 3V™ Control System. The course features a combination of lecture and hands-on lab exercises using UC16 simulators. Individuals wishing to register for this course should have previously attended ECS215.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

•• Develop Input/Output control points list, and configure standard algorithms for a variety of

common HVAC applications.

•• Navigate with the System Pilot™ through

various setup and status screens of the Universal Controller to add, modify, or delete control points and/or algorithms.

•• Use maintenance displays to troubleshoot and

commission system operations.

•• Apply new floating point algorithms to provide

modulating control with discrete outputs.

•• Configure the System Pilot™ to function as a

space thermostat.

•• Integrate a carbon dioxide sensor to implement

Demand Controlled Ventilation (DCV) strategies.

•• Configure the Universal Controller to operate as

a linked air source for a 3V Control System. A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this

course. The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work sessions.

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ECS315 – CC6400 Comfort Controllers

Length ____ 3 Days

Tuition _______$950

IACET __ 2.3 CEUs

This course provides the experienced technician with the skills necessary to install and apply CC6400 Comfort Controllers. Students utilize laptop PCs equipped with Network Service Tool V software to communicate with and configure a Comfort Controller, diagnose and troubleshoot controller

performance, and change typical system parameters such as set point tables and occupancy schedules. In addition, students are required to work through several typical HVAC system applications that require the use of the Comfort Controller. For each application, students create point lists, select

controller hardware, choose appropriate control algorithms and verify that the controlled equipment is operating successfully.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able:

•• Configure a CC6400 with Network Service Tool V software.

•• Confirm controller communications and synchronize

network/controller time.

•• Monitor and interpret module LED signals.

•• Upload and download controller database.

•• Select and apply algorithms for typical HVAC system

applications.

•• Determine input/output points required for proper

algorithm execution.

•• Force and Auto input/output point values.

•• Change occupancy and set point schedules and holidays.

•• Use Maintenance displays to verify proper algorithm operation.

•• Interpret and verify controller data base.

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course. The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work sessions.

Suggested Prerequisites: Those attending should have a working knowledge of the Carrier Comfort

Network (CCN), as well as a basic understanding of HVAC systems operation. Additionally, they should possess hands-on computer-operating experience

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ECS715 – Basic ComfortVIEW™ Operator

Length ___ 2½ Days

Tuition _______$950

This course teaches Building Operators the basic day-to-day functions of ComfortVIEW front-end software. In addition, it provides an overview of the Carrier Comfort Network. Hands-on operation of a computer workstation (two students per workstation) equipped with ComfortVIEW software is the primary means of learning. Typical operator functions are demonstrated via classroom lecture complemented by a comprehensive student workbook.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to: Back-up and restore a network database

Upload and download a controller’s database. Change occupancy and set point schedules View points and maintenance information Force and auto input/output points

Verify controller data

Create, display and use graphical views of system and use trends

Manage and acknowledge alarms Set-up and run custom reports

Configure network administrative, security and access options.

A cumulative score of 70% is required to pass this course.

The score is a combination of attendance, class participation, and a demonstration of skills and knowledge through quizzes and/or work sessions.

Audience: Building administrators or operators of a Carrier Comfort Network equipped with

ComfortVIEW user interface software. Also technicians, application people and service support people who regularly interface with the software.

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