Introduction to ECAM
Webinar 1 –Introduction to Energy Charting and Metrics (ECAM). This 1-hour training session is part of a 3-part series exploring Introduction to Energy Charting and Metrics (ECAM).
- The first 15 minutes will be an introduction to a building automation system, ECAM and its tools and features.
- Then the webinar will shift to interactive “training,” starting with downloading and installing ECAM for each user.
- Lastly, a simple pre-processing example will be demonstrated to illustrate what data format is accepted by ECAM.
Links for additional ECAM information:
- All resources available at: http://buildingretuning.pnnl.gov/resources.stm
- ECAM download link: http://buildingretuning.pnnl.gov/documents/ecam_v3dev27.xla
- ECAM user guide: http://buildingretuning.pnnl.gov/documents/pnnl_21160_ver3_ecam_userguide.pdf
- UT2 user guide (as it pertains to use with ECAM): http://www.pnnl.gov/buildingretuning/documents/pnnl_20948.pdf
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For more information, contact Walter Scheib at WScheib@energetics.com
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