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| Overview

A zone schedule is a combination of schedule durations and desired temperatures for a particular zone in the building. The Zone schedule is like the child schedule to the Building schedule. On any particular day the zone schedule, which includes the schedule duration and desired temperatures, must always fall within limits that are set under the Building schedule. Once a zone schedule is set the zone would start following the zone schedule, and when a zone level control equipment like a damper and variable frequency drive would act based on the set zone schedule, thus reducing the load on the system level device (AHU/RTU) to a considerable extent.

| Accessing Zone Schedule

From the CCU zones screen.


  • Select the zone in scope.

The zone details are displayed.


  • Click the edit mceclip2.png icon to access the zone schedules.


| Setting a Zone Schedule

To set a new entry for Zone Schedule

  • Click Add Entry+

The Desired Temperature window is displayed.


  • Use the slider bar and set the heating and cooling desired temperatures.

Note: The set desired temperatures can overlap without varying the other (the Heating Desired Temperature without varying the Cooling Desired Temperature, and the Cooling Desired Temperature without varying the Heating Desired) based on a certain criterion set. For more information refer to the article on Overlapping User limits for Heating and Cooling


  • Select a schedule duration for which you want to set the desired temperature, using the swipe option provided.

Note: you can add a schedule up to 24 hours


  • Select a day or days you wish to set the schedule.


  • Click Save to confirm and create the zone schedule.

Note: You can also edit an existing zone schedule to a new schedule, by simply clicking on the existing zone schedule, modifying the schedule timings, and desired temperatures, and saving it. 

Once a schedule change is initiated from the CCU, the same gets cascaded to portals.

You can also add a schedule of up to 24 hours







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