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3 - DISCIPLINE-SPECIFIC CRITERIA
The design concept described in this UFC provides definitive guidance intended to streamline DDC system design and installation leading to maintainable, interoperable, extensible, and non-proprietary control systems. This UFC also contains minimal project requirements. The purpose of this UFC is two-fold, to provide for commonality and compatibility of control systems:
- Commonality. Describes a definitive methodology for the design of building-level control systems and strategies (primarily for HVAC) where the intent is to achieve at least a degree of commonality in systems designed and procured through different channels. Common sequences of operation are specified in UFGS 23 09 93.
- Compatibility. Describes a definitive methodology to obtain multi-vendor systems that can communicate and interoperate with each other and with a supervisory monitoring and control system such as a basewide UMCS through the use of an Open communications protocol.
Criteria Change Request:
UFC 3-410-02 Direct Digital Control for HVAC and Other Building Control Systems, with Change 1 (07-18-2018)
UFC 3-410-02 Lonworks (R) Direct Digital Control for HVAC and Other Local Building Systems with Change 1 (05-01-2012)
UFC 3-410-02 Lonworks (R) Direct Digital Control for HVAC and Other Local Building Systems (05-01-2012)
UFC 3-410-02A Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Control Systems, with Change 1 (05-15-2003)
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