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brick: feedsRELATIONSHIPv1.1
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The subject is upstream of the object in the context of some sequential process; some media is passed between them
SubProperties
Inverse
brick: feedsAirRELATIONSHIPv1.1
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Passes air
Parent Properties
brick: hasAddressRELATIONSHIPv1.1
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To specify the address of a building.
brick: hasAssociatedTagRELATIONSHIPv1.1
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The class is associated with the given tag
Range
brick: hasInputSubstanceRELATIONSHIPv1.1
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The subject receives the given substance as an input to its internal process
brick: hasLocationRELATIONSHIPv1.1
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Subject is physically located in the location given by the object
brick: hasOutputSubstanceRELATIONSHIPv1.1
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The subject produces or exports the given substance from its internal process
brick: hasPartRELATIONSHIPv1.1
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The subject is composed in part of the entity given by the object
Inverse
brick: hasPointRELATIONSHIPv1.1
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The subject has a digital/analog input/output point given by the object
Range
brick: hasTagRELATIONSHIPv1.1
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The subject has the given tag
Inverse
Range
brick: hasUnitRELATIONSHIPv1.1
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The QUDT unit associated with this Point
Domain
brick: isAssociatedWithRELATIONSHIPv1.1
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The tag is associated with the given class
Domain
brick: isLocationOfRELATIONSHIPv1.1
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Subject is the physical location encapsulating the object
brick: measuresRELATIONSHIPv1.1
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The subject measures a quantity or substance given by the object
Domain
brick: regulatesRELATIONSHIPv1.1
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The subject contributes to or performs the regulation of the substance given by the object
Classes
brick: EquipmentCLASSv1.1
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devices that serve all or part of the building and may include electric power, lighting, transportation, or service water heating, including, but not limited to, furnaces, boilers, air conditioners, heat pumps, chillers, water heaters, lamps, luminaires, ballasts, elevators, escalators, or other devices or installations.
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InDomainOf
brick: Breaker PanelCLASSv1.1
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Breaker Panel distributes power into various end-uses.
brick: Bus RiserCLASSv1.1
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Bus Risers are commonly fed from a switchgear and rise up through a series of floors to the main power distribution source for each floor.
brick: Disconnect SwitchCLASSv1.1
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Building power is most commonly provided by utility company through a master disconnect switch (sometimes called a service disconnect) in the main electrical room of a building. The Utility Company provided master disconnect switch often owns or restricts access to this switch. There can also be other cases where a disconnect is placed into an electrical system to allow service cut-off to a portion of the building.
brick: Energy StorageCLASSv1.1
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Devices or equipment that store energy in its various forms
Subclasses
brick: BatteryCLASSv1.1
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A container that stores chemical energy that can be converted into electricity and used as a source of power
Parent Classes
brick: InverterCLASSv1.1
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A device that changes direct current into alternating current
brick: Motor Control CenterCLASSv1.1
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The Motor Control Center is a specialized type of switchgear which provides electrical power to major mechanical systems in the building such as HVAC components.
brick: PlugStripCLASSv1.1
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A device containing a block of electrical sockets allowing multiple electrical devices to be powered from a single electrical socket.
brick: SwitchgearCLASSv1.1
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A main disconnect or service disconnect feeds power to a switchgear, which then distributes power to the rest of the building through smaller amperage-rated disconnects.
brick: TransformerCLASSv1.1
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A Transformer is usually fed by a high-voltage source and then steps down the voltage to a lower-voltage feed for low-voltage application (such as lights). Transformers also can step up voltage, but this generally does not apply to in building distribution.
brick: ElevatorCLASSv1.1
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A device that provides vertical transportation between floors, levels or decks of a building, vessel or other structure
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brick: Fire Control PanelCLASSv1.1
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A panel-mounted device that provides status and control of a fire safety system
brick: FurnitureCLASSv1.1
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Movable objects intended to support various human activities such as seating, eating and sleeping
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brick: Gas DistributionCLASSv1.1
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Utilize a gas distribution source to represent how gas is distributed across multiple destinations
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brick: AHUCLASSv1.1
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Assembly consisting of sections containing a fan or fans and other necessary equipment to perform one or more of the following functions: circulating, filtration, heating, cooling, heat recovery, humidifying, dehumidifying, and mixing of air. Is usually connected to an air-distribution system.
Parent Classes
brick: RTUCLASSv1.1
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see Rooftop_Unit
Packaged air conditioner mounted on a roof, the conditioned air being discharged directly into the rooms below or through a duct system.
brick: Rooftop UnitCLASSv1.1
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Packaged air conditioner mounted on a roof, the conditioned air being discharged directly into the rooms below or through a duct system.
see Rooftop_Unit
brick: Air Handler UnitCLASSv1.1
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Definitions
Assembly consisting of sections containing a fan or fans and other necessary equipment to perform one or more of the following functions: circulating, filtration, heating, cooling, heat recovery, humidifying, dehumidifying, and mixing of air. Is usually connected to an air-distribution system.
Parent Classes
brick: BoilerCLASSv1.1
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A closed, pressure vessel that uses fuel or electricity for heating water or other fluids to supply steam or hot water for heating, humidification, or other applications.
Parent Classes
brick: CRACCLASSv1.1
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A device that monitors and maintains the temperature, air distribution and humidity in a network room or data center.
Parent Classes
Subclasses
brick: Standby CRACCLASSv1.1
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A CRAC that is activated as part of a lead/lag operation or when an alarm occurs in a primary unit
brick: ChillerCLASSv1.1
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Refrigerating machine used to transfer heat between fluids. Chillers are either direct expansion with a compressor or absorption type.
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brick: Absorption ChillerCLASSv1.1
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A chiller that utilizes a thermal or/and chemical process to produce the refrigeration effect necessary to provide chilled water. There is no mechanical compression of the refrigerant taking place within the machine, as occurs within more traditional vapor compression type chillers.
Parent Classes
brick: Centrifugal ChillerCLASSv1.1
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A chiller that uses the vapor compression cycle to chill water. It throws off the heat collected from the chilled water plus the heat from the compressor to a water loop
Parent Classes
brick: CompressorCLASSv1.1
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(1) device for mechanically increasing the pressure of a gas. (2) often described as being either open, hermetic, or semihermetic to describe how the compressor and motor drive is situated in relation to the gas or vapor being compressed. Types include centrifugal, axial flow, reciprocating, rotary screw, rotary vane, scroll, or diaphragm. 1. device for mechanically increasing the pressure of a gas. 2. specific machine, with or without accessories, for compressing refrigerant vapor.
Parent Classes
brick: Computer Room Air ConditioningCLASSv1.1
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A device that monitors and maintains the temperature, air distribution and humidity in a network room or data center.
Parent Classes
brick: CondenserCLASSv1.1
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A heat exchanger in which the primary heat transfer vapor changes its state to a liquid phase.
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brick: DamperCLASSv1.1
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Element inserted into an air-distribution system or element of an air-distribution system permitting modification of the air resistance of the system and consequently changing the airflow rate or shutting off the airflow.
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brick: Economizer DamperCLASSv1.1
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A damper that is part of an economizer that is used to module the flow of air
Parent Classes
brick: Exhaust DamperCLASSv1.1
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A damper that modulates the flow of exhaust air
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brick: Outside DamperCLASSv1.1
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A damper that modulates the flow of outside air
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brick: Return DamperCLASSv1.1
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A damper that modulates the flow of return air
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brick: EconomizerCLASSv1.1
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Device that, on proper variable sensing, initiates control signals or actions to conserve energy. A control system that reduces the mechanical heating and cooling requirement.
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brick: FanCLASSv1.1
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Any device with two or more blades or vanes attached to a rotating shaft used to produce an airflow for the purpose of comfort, ventilation, exhaust, heating, cooling, or any other gaseous transport.
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brick: Cooling Tower FanCLASSv1.1
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A fan that pulls air through a cooling tower and across the louvers where the water falls to aid in heat exchange by the process of evaporation
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brick: Discharge FanCLASSv1.1
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Fan moving air discharged from HVAC vents
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brick: Exhaust FanCLASSv1.1
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Fan moving exhaust air -- air that must be removed from a space due to contaminants
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brick: Return FanCLASSv1.1
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Fan moving return air -- air that is circulated from the building back into the HVAC system
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brick: Standby FanCLASSv1.1
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Fan that is activated as part of a lead/lag operation or when a primary fan raises an alarm
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brick: Supply FanCLASSv1.1
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Fan moving supply air -- air that is supplied from the HVAC system into the building
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Subclasses
brick: Booster FanCLASSv1.1
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Fan activated to increase airflow beyond what is provided by the default configuration
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brick: FilterCLASSv1.1
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Device to remove gases from a mixture of gases
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brick: Mixed Air FilterCLASSv1.1
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A filter that is applied to the mixture of recirculated and outside air
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brick: Fume HoodCLASSv1.1
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A fume-collection device mounted over a work space, table, or shelf and serving to conduct unwanted gases away from the area enclosed.
Parent Classes
brick: HXCLASSv1.1
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See Heat_Exchanger
A heat exchanger is a piece of equipment built for efficient heat transfer from one medium to another. The media may be separated by a solid wall to prevent mixing or they may be in direct contact
Parent Classes
brick: Heat ExchangerCLASSv1.1
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Definitions
A heat exchanger is a piece of equipment built for efficient heat transfer from one medium to another. The media may be separated by a solid wall to prevent mixing or they may be in direct contact
See Heat_Exchanger
Parent Classes
brick: CoilCLASSv1.1
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Cooling or heating element made of pipe or tube that may or may not be finned and formed into helical or serpentine shape
brick: Cooling CoilCLASSv1.1
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A cooling element made of pipe or tube that removes heat from equipment, machines or airflows. Typically filled with either refrigerant or cold water.
Parent Classes
brick: Heating CoilCLASSv1.1
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A heating element typically made of pipe, tube or wire that emits heat. Typically filled with hot water, or, in the case of wire, uses electricity.
Parent Classes
brick: Condenser Heat ExchangerCLASSv1.1
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A heat exchanger in which the primary heat transfer vapor changes its state to a liquid phase.
brick: HumidifierCLASSv1.1
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A device that adds moisture to air or other gases
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brick: PumpCLASSv1.1
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Machine for imparting energy to a fluid, causing it to do work, drawing a fluid into itself through an entrance port, and forcing the fluid out through an exhaust port.
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Subclasses
brick: Water PumpCLASSv1.1
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A pump that performs work on water
Parent Classes
brick: Chilled Water PumpCLASSv1.1
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A pump that performs work on chilled water; typically part of a chilled water system
Parent Classes
brick: Condenser Water PumpCLASSv1.1
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A pump that is part of a condenser system; the pump circulates condenser water from the chiller back to the cooling tower
Parent Classes
brick: Hot Water PumpCLASSv1.1
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A pump that performs work on hot water; typically part of a hot water system
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brick: Space HeaterCLASSv1.1
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A heater used to warm the air in an enclosed area, such as a room or office
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brick: Terminal UnitCLASSv1.1
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A device that regulates the volumetric flow rate and/or the temperature of the controlled medium.
Parent Classes
brick: FCUCLASSv1.1
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Definitions
See Fan_Coil_Unit
Terminal device consisting of a heating and/or cooling heat exchanger or 'coil' and fan that is used to control the temperature in the space where it is installed
Parent Classes
brick: Fan Coil UnitCLASSv1.1
Equivalent Classes
Definitions
Terminal device consisting of a heating and/or cooling heat exchanger or 'coil' and fan that is used to control the temperature in the space where it is installed
See Fan_Coil_Unit
Parent Classes
brick: VAVCLASSv1.1
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Definitions
See VAV
A device that regulates the volume and temperature of air delivered to a zone by opening or closing a damper
Parent Classes
brick: Variable Air Volume BoxCLASSv1.1
Equivalent Classes
Definitions
A device that regulates the volume and temperature of air delivered to a zone by opening or closing a damper
See VAV
Parent Classes
brick: RVAVCLASSv1.1
Definitions
See Variable_Air_Volume_Box_With_Reheat
A VAV box with a reheat coil mounted on the discharge end of the unit that can heat the air delivered to a zone
brick: Variable Air Volume Box With ReheatCLASSv1.1
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Definitions
A VAV box with a reheat coil mounted on the discharge end of the unit that can heat the air delivered to a zone
See Variable_Air_Volume_Box_With_Reheat
brick: ThermostatCLASSv1.1
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An automatic control device used to maintain temperature at a fixed or adjustable setpoint.
Parent Classes
brick: VFDCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates a loss of water e.g. during transport
Electronic device that varies its output frequency to vary the rotating speed of a motor, given a fixed input frequency. Used with fans or pumps to vary the flow in the system as a function of a maintained pressure.
Parent Classes
brick: Heat Wheel VFDCLASSv1.1
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A VFD that drives a heat wheel
brick: ValveCLASSv1.1
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A device that regulates, directs or controls the flow of a fluid by opening, closing or partially obstructing various passageways
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brick: Cooling ValveCLASSv1.1
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A valve that controls air temperature by modulating the amount of cold water flowing through a cooling coil
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brick: Heating ValveCLASSv1.1
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A valve that controls air temperature by modulating the amount of hot water flowing through a heating coil
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brick: Domestic Hot Water ValveCLASSv1.1
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A valve regulating the flow of domestic hot water
brick: Reheat ValveCLASSv1.1
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A valve that controls air temperature by modulating the amount of hot water flowing through a reheat coil
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brick: Return Heating ValveCLASSv1.1
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A valve installed on the return side of a heat exchanger
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brick: Isolation ValveCLASSv1.1
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A valve that stops the flow of a fluid, usually for maintenance or safety purposes
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brick: Water ValveCLASSv1.1
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A valve that modulates the flow of water
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brick: Chilled Water ValveCLASSv1.1
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A valve that modulates the flow of chilled water
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brick: Variable Frequency DriveCLASSv1.1
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Electronic device that varies its output frequency to vary the rotating speed of a motor, given a fixed input frequency. Used with fans or pumps to vary the flow in the system as a function of a maintained pressure.
An alarm that indicates a loss of water e.g. during transport
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brick: InterfaceCLASSv1.1
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A device that provides an occupant control over a lighting system
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brick: SwitchCLASSv1.1
Definitions
A switch used to operate all or part of a lighting installation
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Subclasses
brick: DimmerCLASSv1.1
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A switch providing continuous control over all or part of a lighting installation; typically potentiometer-based
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brick: TouchpanelCLASSv1.1
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A switch used to operate all or part of a lighting installation that uses a touch-based mechanism (typically resistive or capacitive) rather than a mechanical actuator
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brick: LuminaireCLASSv1.1
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A complete lighting unit consisting of a lamp or lamps and ballast(s) (when applicable) together with the parts designed to distribute the light, to position and protect the lamps, and to connect the lamps to the power supply.
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brick: Luminaire DriverCLASSv1.1
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A power source for a luminaire
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brick: LouverCLASSv1.1
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Device consisting of an assembly of parallel sloping vanes, intended to permit the passage of air while providing a measure of protection against environmental influences
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brick: MeterCLASSv1.1
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A device that measure usage or consumption of some media --- typically a form energy or power.
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brick: Building MeterCLASSv1.1
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A meter that measures usage or consumption of some media for a whole building
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brick: Building Chilled Water MeterCLASSv1.1
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A meter that measures the usage or consumption of chilled water of a whole building
brick: Building Electrical MeterCLASSv1.1
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A meter that measures the usage or consumption of electricity of a whole building
brick: Building Gas MeterCLASSv1.1
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A meter that measures the usage or consumption of gas of a whole building
brick: Building Hot Water MeterCLASSv1.1
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A meter that measures the usage or consumption of hot water of a whole building
brick: Building Water MeterCLASSv1.1
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A meter that measures the usage or consumption of water of a whole building
brick: Electrical MeterCLASSv1.1
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A meter that measures the usage or consumption of electricity
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brick: Gas MeterCLASSv1.1
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A meter that measures the usage or consumption of gas
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brick: Water MeterCLASSv1.1
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A meter that measures the usage or consumption of water
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brick: Chilled Water MeterCLASSv1.1
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A meter that measures the usage or consumption of chilled water
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brick: Hot Water MeterCLASSv1.1
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A meter that measures the usage or consumption of hot water
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brick: Automated External DefibrillatorCLASSv1.1
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brick: Solar PanelCLASSv1.1
Definitions
A colloquial term for a photovoltaic module. A Solar panel is an assembly of photovoltaic cells mounted in a framework for installation that use sunlight as a source of energy to generate direct current electricity.
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brick: Steam DistributionCLASSv1.1
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Utilize a steam distribution source to represent how steam is distributed across multiple destinations
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brick: Water DistributionCLASSv1.1
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Utilize a water distribution source to represent how water is distributed across multiple destinations (pipes)
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brick: Weather StationCLASSv1.1
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A dedicated weather measurement station
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brick: BuildingCLASSv1.1
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a structure wholly or partially enclosed within exterior walls, or within exterior and party walls, and a roof, affording shelter to persons, animals, or property.
An independent unit of the built environment with a characteristic spatial structure, intended to serve at least one function or user activity [ISO 12006-2:2013]
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InDomainOf
brick: FloorCLASSv1.1
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A level, typically representing a horizontal aggregation of spaces that are vertically bound. (referring to IFC)
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brick: BasementCLASSv1.1
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The floor of a building which is partly or entirely below ground level.
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brick: SpaceCLASSv1.1
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A part of the physical world or a virtual world whose 3D spatial extent is bounded actually or theoretically, and provides for certain functions within the zone it is contained in.
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Subclasses
brick: RoomCLASSv1.1
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Base class for all more specific room types.
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brick: LaboratoryCLASSv1.1
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facility acceptable to the local, national, or international recognized authority having jurisdiction and which provides uniform testing and examination procedures and standards for meeting design, manufacturing, and factory testing requirements.
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brick: Cold BoxCLASSv1.1
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in a gas separation unit, the insulated section that contains the low-temperature heat exchangers and distillation columns.
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brick: Environment BoxCLASSv1.1
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(also known as climatic chamber), enclosed space designed to create a particular environment.
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brick: FreezerCLASSv1.1
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cold chamber usually kept at a temperature of 22°F to 31°F (–5°C to –1°C), with high-volume air circulation.
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brick: Hot BoxCLASSv1.1
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hot air chamber forming part of an air handler.
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brick: StoreyCLASSv1.1
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A level, typically representing a horizontal aggregation of spaces that are vertically bound. (referring to IFC)
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brick: ZoneCLASSv1.1
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(1) a separately controlled heated or cooled space. (2) one occupied space or several occupied spaces with similar occupancy category, occupant density, zone air distribution effectiveness, and zone primary airflow per unit area. (3) space or group of spaces within a building for which the heating, cooling, or lighting requirements are sufficiently similar that desired conditions can be maintained throughout by a single controlling device.
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brick: Fire ZoneCLASSv1.1
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combustion chamber in a furnace or boiler.
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brick: HVAC ZoneCLASSv1.1
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a space or group of spaces, within a building with heating, cooling, and ventilating requirements, that are sufficiently similar so that desired conditions (e.g., temperature) can be maintained throughout using a single sensor (e.g., thermostat or temperature sensor).
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brick: FluidCLASSv1.1
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substance, as a liquid or gas, that is capable of flowing and that changes shape when acted on by a force.
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Subclasses
brick: GasCLASSv1.1
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state of matter in which substances exist in the form of nonaggregated molecules and which, within acceptable limits of accuracy, satisfy the ideal gas laws; usually a highly superheated vapor. See [[state]].
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brick: AirCLASSv1.1
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the invisible gaseous substance surrounding the earth, a mixture mainly of oxygen and nitrogen.
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brick: Building AirCLASSv1.1
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air contained within a building
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brick: Bypass AirCLASSv1.1
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air in a bypass duct, used to relieve static pressure
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brick: Discharge AirCLASSv1.1
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the air exiting the registers (vents).
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brick: Exhaust AirCLASSv1.1
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air that must be removed from a space due to contaminants, regardless of pressurization
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brick: Mixed AirCLASSv1.1
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(1) air that contains two or more streams of air. (2) combined outdoor air and recirculated air.
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brick: Outside AirCLASSv1.1
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air external to a defined zone (e.g., corridors).
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brick: Return AirCLASSv1.1
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air removed from a space to be recirculated or exhausted. Air extracted from a space and totally or partially returned to an air conditioner, furnace, or other heating, cooling, or ventilating system.
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brick: Supply AirCLASSv1.1
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(1) air delivered by mechanical or natural ventilation to a space, composed of any combination of outdoor air, recirculated air, or transfer air. (2) air entering a space from an air-conditioning, heating, or ventilating apparatus for the purpose of comfort conditioning. Supply air is generally filtered, fan forced, and either heated, cooled, humidified, or dehumidified as necessary to maintain specified conditions. Only the quantity of outdoor air within the supply airflow may be used as replacement air.
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brick: Zone AirCLASSv1.1
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air inside a defined zone (e.g., corridors).
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brick: CO2CLASSv1.1
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Carbon Dioxide in the vapor phase
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brick: Natural GasCLASSv1.1
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Fossil fuel energy source consisting largely of methane and other hydrocarbons
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brick: SteamCLASSv1.1
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water in the vapor phase.
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brick: LiquidCLASSv1.1
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state of matter intermediate between crystalline substances and gases in which the volume of a substance, but not the shape, remains relatively constant.
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brick: GasolineCLASSv1.1
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Petroleum derived liquid used as a fuel source
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brick: Liquid CO2CLASSv1.1
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Carbon Dioxide in the liquid phase
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brick: OilCLASSv1.1
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a viscous liquid derived from petroleum, especially for use as a fuel or lubricant.
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Subclasses
brick: Fuel OilCLASSv1.1
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Petroleum based oil burned for energy
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brick: WaterCLASSv1.1
Definitions
transparent, odorless, tasteless liquid; a compound of hydrogen and oxygen (H2O), containing 11.188% hydrogen and 88.812% oxygen by mass; freezing at 32°F (0°C); boiling near 212°F (100°C).
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brick: Blowdown WaterCLASSv1.1
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Water expelled from a system to remove mineral build up
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brick: Chilled WaterCLASSv1.1
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water used as a cooling medium (particularly in air-conditioning systems or in processes) at below ambient temperature.
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brick: Condenser WaterCLASSv1.1
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Water used used to remove heat through condensation
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brick: Deionized WaterCLASSv1.1
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Water which has been purified by removing its ions (constituting the majority of non-particulate contaminants)
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brick: Domestic WaterCLASSv1.1
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Tap water for drinking, washing, cooking, and flushing of toliets
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brick: Hot WaterCLASSv1.1
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Hot water used for HVAC heating or supply to hot taps
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brick: Makeup WaterCLASSv1.1
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Water used used to makeup water loss through leaks, evaporation, or blowdown
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brick: SolidCLASSv1.1
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one of the three states or phases of matter characterized by stability of dimensions, relative incompressibility, and molecular motion held to limited oscillation.
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brick: FrostCLASSv1.1
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frost formed on the cold surface (tubes, plates) of a cooling coil.
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brick: HailCLASSv1.1
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pellets of frozen rain which fall in showers from cumulonimbus clouds.
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brick: IceCLASSv1.1
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Water in its solid form
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brick: Air Flow Loss AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates loss in air flow.
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brick: Air Temperature AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates the off-normal conditions associated with the temperature of air.
brick: Discharge Air Temperature AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates the off-normal conditions associated with the temperature of discharge air.
brick: High Discharge Air Temperature AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates that discharge air temperature is too high
brick: Return Air Temperature AlarmCLASSv1.1
Definitions
An alarm that indicates the off-normal conditions associated with the temperature of return air.
brick: High Return Air Temperature AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates that return air temperature is too high
brick: Low Return Air Temperature AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates that return air temperature is too low
brick: Supply Air Temperature AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates the off-normal conditions associated with the temperature of supply air.
brick: CO2 AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates the off-normal conditions associated with the presence of carbon dioxide.
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brick: High CO2 AlarmCLASSv1.1
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A device that indicates high concentration of carbon dioxide.
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brick: Change Filter AlarmCLASSv1.1
Definitions
An alarm that indicates that a filter must be changed
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brick: Communication Loss AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates a loss of communication e.g. with a device or controller
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brick: Cycle AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates off-normal conditions associated with HVAC cycles
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brick: Short Cycle AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates a short cycle occurred. A short cycle occurs when a cooling cycle is prevented from completing its full cycle
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brick: Emergency AlarmCLASSv1.1
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Alarms that indicate off-normal conditions associated with emergency systems
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brick: Emergency Generator AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates off-normal conditions associated with an emergency generator
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brick: Failure AlarmCLASSv1.1
Definitions
Alarms that indicate the failure of devices, equipment, systems and control loops
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brick: Unit Failure AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates the failure of an equipment or device
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brick: Humidity AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates the off-normal conditions associated with the concentration of water vapor in the air.
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brick: High Humidity AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates high concentration of water vapor in the air.
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brick: Low Humidity AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates low concentration of water vapor in the air.
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brick: Leak AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates leaks occured in systems containing fluids
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brick: Condensate Leak AlarmCLASSv1.1
Definitions
An alarm that indicates a leak of condensate from a cooling system
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brick: Maintenance Required AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates that repair/maintenance is required on an associated device or equipment
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brick: Overload AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that can indicate when a full-load current is exceeded.
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brick: Power AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates the off-normal conditions associated with electrical power.
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brick: Power Loss AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates a power failure.
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brick: Pressure AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates the off-normal conditions associated with pressure.
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brick: High Head Pressure AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates a high pressure generated on the output side of a gas compressor in a refrigeration or air conditioning system.
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brick: Low Suction Pressure AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates a low suction pressure in the compressor in a refrigeration or air conditioning system.
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brick: Smoke AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates the off-normal conditions associated with smoke.
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brick: Temperature AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates the off-normal conditions associated with temperature.
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brick: High Temperature AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates high temperature.
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brick: Low Temperature AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates low temperature.
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brick: Water Temperature AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates the off-normal conditions associated with temperature of water.
brick: Discharge Water Temperature AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates the off-normal conditions associated with temperature of the discharge water.
brick: Supply Water Temperature AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates the off-normal conditions associated with temperature of the supply water.
brick: Deionized Water AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates deionized water leaks.
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brick: Water Loss AlarmCLASSv1.1
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An alarm that indicates a loss of water e.g. during transport
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brick: Cooling CommandCLASSv1.1
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Controls the amount of cooling to be delivered (typically as a proportion of total cooling output)
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brick: Damper CommandCLASSv1.1
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Controls properties of dampers
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brick: Damper Position CommandCLASSv1.1
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Controls the position (the degree of openness) of a damper
brick: Direction CommandCLASSv1.1
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Commands that disable functionality
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brick: Disable Differential Enthalpy CommandCLASSv1.1
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Disables the use of differential enthalpy control
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brick: Disable Differential Temperature CommandCLASSv1.1
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Disables the use of differential temperature control
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brick: Disable Fixed Enthalpy CommandCLASSv1.1
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Disables the use of fixed enthalpy control
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brick: Disable Fixed Temperature CommandCLASSv1.1
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Disables the use of fixed temperature temperature
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brick: Exhaust Fan Disable CommandCLASSv1.1
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Disables operation of the exhaust fan
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brick: Enable Differential Enthalpy CommandCLASSv1.1
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Enables the use of differential enthalpy control
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brick: Enable Differential Temperature CommandCLASSv1.1
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Enables the use of differential temperature control
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brick: Enable Fixed Enthalpy CommandCLASSv1.1
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Enables the use of fixed enthalpy control
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brick: Enable Fixed Temperature CommandCLASSv1.1
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Enables the use of fixed temperature control
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brick: Exhaust Fan Enable CommandCLASSv1.1
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Enables operation of the exhaust fan
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brick: Chilled Water System Enable CommandCLASSv1.1
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Enables operation of the chilled water system
brick: Hot Water System Enable CommandCLASSv1.1
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Enables operation of the hot water system
brick: Domestic Hot Water System Enable CommandCLASSv1.1
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Enables operation of the domestic hot water system
brick: VFD Enable CommandCLASSv1.1
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Enables operation of a variable frequency drive
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brick: Frequency CommandCLASSv1.1
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Controls the frequency of a device's operation (e.g. rotational frequency)
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brick: Max Frequency CommandCLASSv1.1
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Sets the maximum permitted frequency
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brick: Heating CommandCLASSv1.1
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Controls the amount of heating to be delivered (typically as a proportion of total heating output)
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brick: Lead Lag CommandCLASSv1.1
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Enables lead/lag operation
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brick: Load Shed CommandCLASSv1.1
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Controls load shedding behavior provided by a control system
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brick: Luminance CommandCLASSv1.1
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Controls the amount of luminance delivered by a lighting system
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brick: Mode CommandCLASSv1.1
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Controls the operating mode of a device or controller
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brick: Automatic Mode CommandCLASSv1.1
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Controls whether or not a device or controller is operating in "Automatic" mode
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brick: Maintenance Mode CommandCLASSv1.1
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Controls whether or not a device or controller is operating in "Maintenance" mode
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brick: Occupancy CommandCLASSv1.1
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Controls whether or not a device or controller is operating in "Occupied" mode
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brick: On Off CommandCLASSv1.1
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An On/Off Command controls or reports the binary status of a control loop, relay or equipment activity
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brick: Lead On Off CommandCLASSv1.1
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Controls the active/inactive status of the "lead" part of a lead/lag system
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brick: Off CommandCLASSv1.1
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An Off Command controls or reports the binary 'off' status of a control loop, relay or equipment activity. It can only be used to stop/deactivate an associated equipment or process, or determine that the related entity is 'off'
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brick: On CommandCLASSv1.1
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An On Command controls or reports the binary 'on' status of a control loop, relay or equipment activity. It can only be used to start/activate an associated equipment or process, or determine that the related entity is 'on'
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brick: Start Stop CommandCLASSv1.1
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A Start/Stop Command controls or reports the active/inactive status of a control sequence
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brick: Override CommandCLASSv1.1
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Controls or reports whether or not a device or control loop is in 'override'
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