control set-point

control set-point

In an automatic control system, the point at which the value a control setting must be pre-set in order to achieve a desired value. For example, in an air-conditioning system, the set-point is the value of temperature that must be pre-set in order to establish the desired temperature in the conditioned space.
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This includes observing changes in control set-points such as suction, discharge pressure, fan overrides and changes in HVAC control parameters that deviate from what the retailer has defined for their facilities.
Up to 50 programs can be stored in the system memory, with a maximum of 500 segments, allowing loop control set-points to follow a predetermined series of ramp and dwell segments.