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Monday, March 21, 2016

5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

CEU Value 0.2

An Internet of HVAC Things: Web Based HVAC Systems

Ron Auvil, American Technical Publishers

Location:

Classroom 1

This session will overview "typical" web based control systems. The following components will be covered:

input/output devices, sensors, relays, field controllers, bacnet, LON, web based supervisor controllers,

servers, client computers, tablets, smartphones, functions (login, trends, alarms, graphics, set points,

operator commands).

Teaching Ductless

James Bowman, Rectorseal

Location:

Classroom 2

This session will provide attendees a working knowledge of Mini Splits and how to cover the basic knowledge

needed to incorporate mini-split technologies into your training even if you do not have one in your lab.

Learn about mini-split systems of today and tomorrow, the types of equipment, how they work, the tools and

accessories required for installation of DMS equipment, and resources for OEM specific requirements.

The Right Tools for HVACR

Tony Gonzalez, Fieldpiece Instruments

Location:

Classroom 3

This fireside style session will enable attendees to guide the industry on the future of HVACR test tool

instrumentation. Attendees are encouraged to provide feedback about the current state of test tools available

for students and professionals. Learn about the current testing methods and discuss as a group how

manufacturers can improve on them with updated technology and procedures. Be prepared to share

limitations you face with current test tools and provide ideas on how to improve them to enable instructors to

teach more effectively and efficiently in the classroom.

Connecting your Graduates with Top Employers

Kip Bagley, MSCA

Location:

Classroom 4

HVACR educators always seek better career opportunities for their graduates and want more contractor

involvement in their programs. This session will introduce attendees to an organization, the Mechanical

Service Contractors of America “MSCA”, that represents the nation's leading HVACR contractors. These

leading companies are looking for qualified entry level technicians. Working together, these contractors can

help you grow your program and improve your student placement.