[Equest-users] Preheat Max Override

Melissa Crowe MCrowe at engsolutions.com
Mon Dec 29 11:33:15 PST 2014


Is there any way to override the eQuest max limit for Preheat leaving temp?  It is set at 70°F.  I am trying to estimate savings for fixing a simultaneous heating/cooling AHU problem: faulty controls on the preheat coil that has an 80°F LAT, then cooling coil cools to 55°F.    I could change the air flow proportionally to get closer to the heating and cooling energy consumption but then there is fan energy.....

I seem to remember some discussion on overriding min ad max limits for something but can't remember the topic or find it in a search.

Any ideas?

Ever thankful for this group!

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Melissa P. Crowe, LEED AP
Project Engineer
Engineered Solutions, Inc.
6 Union St, Natick MA 01760
508.647.9200 x225 (P) l 508.652.1936 (F)
MCrowe at EngSolutions.com<mailto:MCrowe at EngSolutions.com>

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