Explore the tools used to set up the DXR controllers.
Who should attend?
Employees and sub-contractors of our Representatives / Distribution partners who will be engaging in field installation of LG DFS equipment.
What you will learn:
The manufacturer’s guidelines for installing the piping and wiring systems connected to the indoor and outdoor LG DFS air conditioning equipment.
How you will learn: This class begins with a brief introduction to LG Inverter equipment, followed by lectures about product installation (Emphasis is placed on piping and control wiring.) PowerPoint presentation and discussions will also cover charging and pre-commissioning tasks that must be completed before startup. During lab activities students will be introduced to LG SIM 2.0 (LG Monitoring View Software) which is the tool that must be used to evaluate equipment performance.
Who should attend? Employees and sub-contractors of our Representative or Distributor partners who will be engaging in field installation of LG VRF equipment.
What you will learn: The manufacturer’s guidelines for installing the piping and wiring systems connected to the indoor and outdoor LG VRF air conditioning equipment.
This class is directed toward employees and sub-contractors of our Representatives / Distribution partners who will be engaging in the service or maintenance of LG DFS equipment. In this class, you will be learning how to perform troubleshooting and service on DFS equipment. This class begins with a brief introduction to DFS Inverter equipment, followed by lectures about product installation rules, error codes, diagnosis and system repair. During the presentation, students will observe how to troubleshoot with the LG SIM 2.0 and LGMV, which are the tools that must be used to evaluate DFS equipment performance. Please be advised that this class period will not allow enough time for all attendees to hook into the equipment. You are invited to stay after the class to hook into and view data from our equipment on your own electronic device/laptop. The instructor will be available to assist at that time.
Trend is a function that allows you to collect information on how your building control equipment is operating over a specified time.
The trend definitions that you define provide a historical record of point activity.
You can use collected trend data to monitor operating conditions, energy consumption, and equipment run-time schedules, as well as assisting in loop tuning, equipment troubleshooting, and designing maintenance and service schedules.
Service and maintenance overview for AAON equipment. Students will learn about diagnosing and replacing failed components as well as how each component plays a part in a correctly operating system. In addition, students will tour office and view BCS’s AAON equipment and earn hands-on experience diagnosing issues.
TOPICS YOU WILL LEARN: System Requirements
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