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25 00 00 BAS GuideSpec

June 2018

These guide specifications are provided for the Professional to insert into their Technical Specifications.  These shall be edited using the process described in the instructions contained at the beginning of the document.  Use of other BAS specifications is not acceptable.
Appendix A Cabling Color and Identification Specification v2.0April 2019Additional BAS Standard for Cabling Color and Identification, referenced in the BAS Guide Spec
Appendix B BAS Structured Cabling v1.0July 2018Additional BAS Standard for Structured Cabling, referenced in the BAS Guide Spec
Building Automation Systems, Sub-system Integration

 August 2017

Any specification section (Mechanical or Electrical) that specifies a sub-system to be integrated with the University's Building Automation System (BAS) shall include specification-text that refers to Figure 1 and Figure 2 at the end of the Building Automation System specification (15900). This document addresses this requirement.
BACnet Instance, IP and Network Numbering (see description)

July 2018

Process to be used to obtain BACnet and Network Numbers for construction jobs.

Process is now on the following website: https://sites.google.com/view/oppfasdeviceinstance/home

Pressure Independent Control Valve Selection

March 2011

 This document contains design considerations and selection criteria to achieve uniform selection and installations if using pressure independent control valves.  This is not intended to require PIC valves in all cases.
BAS Point-Naming StandardNovember 2017

Standard BAS Point names should be used in the Design Engineer’s Sequences of Operation, and especially in BAS Programming completed by the CSC on a Project.  Consistency will improve troubleshooting.

Microblock Naming ConventionsNovember 2017

Standard Microblock Names are to be used in the Programming.  Current naming conventions were developed specific to ALC Programs that exist with Standard Sequences of Operation.  Consistency will improve troubleshooting.

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