75F’s engineers have been working hard over the last couple years to scale up a platform that will take building intelligence to the next level. In this webcast, 75F founder and CEO, Deepinder Singh, illustrates the ways in which our new native operating system and AI, Athena, is more open, more scalable, and more connected.
At its core, the new 75F OS — currently implemented in beta sites — aims to collate building control industry best practices into one out-of-the-box offering. Viewers will learn how ASHRAE GPC 36, BACnet integration. Haystack API, and our elevated suite of web and mobile apps, Facilisight, make this a reality.
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ASHRAE GPC 36
ASHRAE Guideline 36 — a uniform sequence of operations for HVAC systems to maximize efficiency — is built into the new OS' VAV sequences. This not only maximizes performance, it provides control stability, allows for real-time fault detection and diagnostics, and facilitates communications between specifiers, contractors, and operators.
75F will deviate from ASHRAE GPC 36, however, when all zones call for heating and simultaneous heating and cooling is not efficient. In such cases, such as winter in Minnesota, 75F's sequence will instead fall back on 75F Dynamic Airflow Balancing, which will save more energy by using a weighted average instead of trim and respond.
Facilisight is 75F's building intelligence suite of web and mobile apps. With our new OS, Facilisight now offers powerful tuners to qualified field technicians so they can make tuner adjustments in the field and instantly see and validate the results. User roles and responsibilities have also been been expanded to include more levels of secure roles and access to not only multiple sites, but also multiple accounts so that installation pros can help all their customers with a single sign-on.