HawkenAQ

Resolute for HawkenAQ

Finally! Powerful and affordable FDD for small buildings

Integrated Hardware & Software Solution

No need to fetch that shaky ladder from the back of your truck, schlep up to your building’s rooftop in the middle of an ice storm or a heat wave, and painstakingly troubleshoot the RTU problem that has sent everyone fortunate enough to be inside the building into panic mode.

There’s a much better way to handle your RTUs—a way that won’t get you sick, killed, or both. HawkenAQ and Resolute Building Intelligence have partnered to offer a complete, affordable, and easy-to-use FDD package that delivers remote visibility into and control over the real-time performance of your light commercial RTUs.

By combining the simplicity of HawkenAQ’s­­­ M&V RTU sensors with Resolute’s patented, cloud-based building analytics (FDD) software and proprietary connection technology, you can join the big-building guys in using data and analytics to vastly improve the performance of your facilities while making everyone’s life—especially yours—a little bit better.

Bringing the Value of FDD
to Small Buildings

Affordable, simple to implement, and easy-to-use FDD package designed specifically for light commercial RTUs typically deployed on smaller buildings.

What's Included

Resolute Building Intelligence For HawkensAQ

Real-time notifications of occupancy outside of normal hours and ability to Satisfy ASHRAE Guideline 36 for highly efficient control sequences

Resolute Building Intelligence For HawkensAQ

Tips on the best repair strategies based on the data collected by HawkenAQ sensors and resulting faults detected by Resolute analytics.

Resolute Building Intelligence For HawkensAQ

Retrofit your RTUs and satisfy California’s Title 24 requirements without a “rip and replace” strategy by validating proper and sustainable operation of your light commercial RTU assets.

Resolute Building Intelligence For HawkensAQ

Weekly and monthly RTU equipment reports that can be shared with all building stakeholders to communicate results and set expectations.

Resolute Building Intelligence For HawkensAQ

Data and visibility to reduce service calls and speed repairs while reducing the number of dangerous trips up to the rooftop.

Resolute Building Intelligence For HawkensAQ

Real-time notification of critical operational issues (faults) and related probable root cause identification to streamline troubleshooting and rapidly resolve problems.

Reports that help you
get important things done.

Generate key AHU equipment performance reports on-demand to help you quickly identify, locate, and resolve RTU issues that negatively impact comfort conditions and indoor air quality

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Single Zone AHU Operations

Real-time notification of critical operational issues (faults) and related probable root cause identification to streamline troubleshooting and rapidly resolve problems

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AHU Controller Performance

Evaluates air handling unit (AHU) cooling valve, heating valve, and outside air damper commands based on total actuator movement and oscillations over time to identify poor control or hunting

AHU ECO Performance
AHU Economizer Performance

Evaluates air handling unit (AHU) economizer operation and outside airflow, provides a score based on operational efficiency, and indicates a relative cost due to inefficient operation

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IAQScorecard

Evaluates all zones served by variable air volume (VAV) boxes based on the most recent ASHRAE and CDC guidelines for Indoor Air Quality, including total zone airflow, outside airflow, zone temperature, humidity, and CO2

Replace that rickety and dangerous ladder with these powerful and proven FDD rules

3.9.1 Discharge Air Temperature Sensor Failure

3.1.9.2 Mixed Air Temperature Sensor Failure

3.1.11.4 RTU Zone Humidity Sensor Failure

3.1.9.4 Outside Air Temperature Sensor Failure

3.1.3.1 Free Cooling Is Not Maximized

3.1.1.1 RTU Simultaneous Heating and Cooling

3.1.28.1 Zone Temperature Setpoint Dead Band Is Too Low

3.1.9.5 Zone Temperature Sensor Failure

3.1.34.1 Discharge Air Temperature Is Less Than Setpoint

3.1.33.1 Discharge Air Temperature Is Greater Than Setpoint

3.1.36.1 Unexpected Temperature Increase Across Heating Coil

3.1.35.1 Unexpected Temperature Decrease Across Cooling Coil

3.1.38.1 Low Temperature Differential Across Heating Coil

3.1.37.1 Low Temperature Differential Across Cooling Coil

3.1.66.1 RTU Zone Temperature Is Less Than Setpoint

3.1.67.1 RTU Zone Temperature Is Greater Than Setpoint

3.1.71.1 RTU Cooling Active While Unit Is Off

3.1.72.1 RTU Heating Control Valve Open While Unit Is Off

3.1.74.1 RTU Zone CO2 Sensor Failure

3.1.83.1 Single Zone RTU Has Insufficient Heating Capacity

3.1.82.1 Single Zone RTU Has Insufficient Cooling Capacity

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