BS EN 12098-3. Energy performance of buildings. Controls for heating systems Part 3. Control equipment for electrical heating systems. Modules M3-5,6,7,8
|Standard number:||21/30432207 DC|
|Status:||Draft for Comment|
This standard 21/30432207 DC BS EN 12098-3. Energy performance of buildings. Controls for heating systems is classified in these ICS categories:
- 97.100.10 Electric heaters
- 97.120 Automatic controls for household use
This document applies to electronic control equipment for heating systems with direct electrical emission, which have an integrated outside compensated function and or optimum start/stop function.
This control equipment controls the distribution and/or the generation of heat in relation to the outside temperature and time and other reference variables.
This document also covers controllers that contain an integrated optimum start or an optimum start-stop control function. The controller modulates heating or control modes of electronic individual zone or emitter control equipment.
Safety requirements on heating systems remain unaffected by this document. The dynamic behaviour of the local thermostats, sensors, or actuators is not covered in this document.
A multi-distribution and/or multi-generation system needs a coordinated solution to prevent undesired interaction and is not part of this document.
Table 1 shows the relative position of this document within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in EN ISO 52000‑1 .
In CEN ISO/TR 52000‑2 the same table can be found, with, for each module, the numbers of the relevant EPB standards and accompanying technical reports that are published or in preparation.
The modules represent EPB standards, although one EPB standard can cover more than one module and one module can be covered by more than one EPB standard, for instance a simplified and a detailed method, respectively.
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| ||Common terms and definitions; ||Building Energy Needs||Needs|
| ||Application||(Free) Indoor Conditions without Systems||Maximum Load and Power|
| ||Ways to Express Energy Performance||Ways to Express Energy Performance||Ways to Express Energy Performance|
| ||Building Functions and Building Boundaries||Heat Transfer by Transmission||Emission and control||x|
| ||Building Occupancy and Operating Conditions||Heat Transfer by Infiltration and Ventilation||Distribution and control||x|
| ||Aggregation of Energy Services and Energy Carriers||Internal Heat Gains||Storage and control||x|
| ||Building Partitioning||Solar Heat Gains||Generation and control||x|
| ||Calculated Energy Performance||Building Dynamics (thermal mass)||Load dispatching and operating conditions|
| ||Measured Energy Performance||Measured Energy Performance||Measured Energy Performance|
| ||Ways to Express Indoor Comfort||BMS|
| ||External Environment Conditions|
| ||Economic Calculation|
The shaded modules are not applicable.