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Understanding Sedona 1.2 Components from Tridium

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Components on Wiresheets Create Applications With Sedona release 1.2.28, Tridium added, modified and reorganized their components and kits Contemporary Controls re-distributes these Tridium kits without modification and therefore they can be used on all Contemporary Controls’ Sedona products Custom components and kits are not addressed in this presentation 2

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Components are Found in the Following Tridium Kits basicSchedule datetimeSTD func hvac logic math pricomp timing types In previous releases, Tridium put all components in the Control kit. Now they are sorted by function. Components discussed in this presentation can be found in one of these kits. 3

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Variable Types 4

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Configuring Constants 5

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Using Write Components 6

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Converting Between Component Types 7

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Float-to-Boolean and Boolean-to-Float Conversion 8

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Negating a Boolean Variable — Inverting Your Logic 10

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Boolean Product — “ANDing” Boolean Variables 11

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Boolean Sum — “ORing” Boolean Variables 12

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Exclusive OR — A OR B but Not Both 13

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Cascading Logic Blocks and Unused Inputs 14

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Cascading Logic Blocks and Unused Inputs 15

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Cascading Logic Blocks and Unused Inputs 16

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Boolean, Float or Integer Selection 17

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Boolean, Float or Integer Selection 18

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Boolean, Float or Integer Selection 19

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Boolean, Float or Integer Selection 20

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De-Multiplexing 21

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Float Addition 22

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Float Subtraction 23

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Float Multiplication 24

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Float Division 25

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Finding Minimums and Maximums 26

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Rounding Off Floats 27

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Averaging Successive Readings 28

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On-Delays and Off-Delays 29

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On-Delays and Off-Delays 30

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Using the Timer 31

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Using One-Shots — Mono-Stable Multivibrators 32

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Creating Ramps — A-Stable Multivibrators 33

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Creating Ramps — A-Stable Multivibrators 34

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Comparing Two Floats 35

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A Simple Clock — the Tick Toc 36

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Introducing Counters 37

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Operating on Real-World Signals — Hysteresis and Limiting 38

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Handling Non-Linear Signals 39

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Handling Non-Linear Signals 40

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Simple Set-Reset Flip Flop — Bi-Stable Multivibrator 41

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The Loop Component — Basic Analog Controller 42

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The Loop Component — Basic PID Controller 43

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Linear Sequencer — Bar-Graph Representation of a Float 44

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Linear Sequencer — Bar-Graph Representation of a Float 45

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Reheat Sequencer — Four Staged Outputs from a Float Input 46

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Reheat Sequencer — Four Staged Outputs from a Float Input 47

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Reset — Scaling a Float Input Between Two Limits 48

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Tstat — Basic On/Off Temperature Controller 49

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Real-Time Clock and Scheduling 50

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Real-Time Clock and Scheduling 51

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Priority Arrays 52

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Priority Arrays 53

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Thank You

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