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|dc.creator||Cilia, J. P.|
|dc.description.abstract||The trend toward lower cost of new technologies in building automation and energy management in the 80's has forced the controls companies to produce individual microbased Distributed Direct Digital Controls (DDDC) systems. The impact of new technologies unfortunately raises a tremendous number of problems for large facilities, such as incompatibility between different manufacturers' data communication protocols, configuration networks, message formats, sensors, and source program languages. This paper describes the IBM Poughkeepsie Distributed Facilities Automation Control System (IPDFACS) standards used in the bidding process, the philosophy behind them, the type of instrumentation specified to be installed, and how to maintain this complex DDDC system.||en|
|dc.publisher||Energy Systems Laboratory (http://esl.tamu.edu)|
|dc.subject||Distributed Direct Digital Controls System||en|
|dc.title||One IBM Plant's Approach to Automated Control System Standards||en|
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