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  1. #1
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    Tracer start schedule with no stop

    Just curious as to how this works. There are 5 AHUs here and the schedule for all of them show a start time at 12am with no stop time, 7 days a week. Does that mean there is no schedule and these are occupied all the time? If so, why the start time everyday?

    This is Tracer summit

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    I use start stop times at different times // I stage different parts of the bld to cool or heat //

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    You are correct, these units are occupied all the time. The schedule is occupied during the first start when it was created.

    If the schedule was created on a Tuesday at 1 PM, when 12 AM it starts and as long as there is no stop time it stays occupied. It does not need to occupy on Thursday because it never stopped.

    When you set up the schedule there is a box that allows you to select the days of the week for that schedule.

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    Thanks for the info

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    do they need to be on during the weekend also // is the bld occupied all the time 24/7//

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    Most of the building is occupied 24/7 and they have chilled water lieberts in their data center to top it off.

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    They must have a huge energy budget.

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    can't stop a trane

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