VAV DDC Control Fundamentals

March 27, 2018
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
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Club 101
101 Park Avenue
NY 10178


Single-duct Variable Air Volume (VAV) terminal units, also known as VAV boxes, are one of the critical components of aVAV air handling unit. The boxes outfitted with Direct Digital Control (DDC) controllers are preferred and more widely installed in modern buildings because they provide better energy efficiency and occupant comfort.  


Kevin Barnett is the Director of Engineering at TEC Systems, Inc., a building automation and converged networks contracting firm in New York City.  He has over 17 years of experience in the designing, commissioning, and maintenance of control systems.  Currently, he leads a highly talented team of motivated design engineers in the development of building automation systems for commercial, institutional, residential, retail and industrial projects.  He is a certified energy manager with the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) and holds a Bachelor of Science degree from New York Institute of Technology. This presentation will provide a high-level introduction to DDC controlled VAV boxes. 

Continuing Education Credits: 1 PDH


$45.00 Members

$50.00 Non-Members

$35.00 YEA (under 35)

$20.00 Student Member