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AMCA Introduction to Fan Energy Index (FEI) for Stand-Alone Fans (AMCA 208)


Description

Developed by Air Movement and Control Association (AMCA) International, fan energy index (FEI) is an efficiency metric designed in part to drive significant and quantifiable energy savings through use in codes, utility rebate programs, and regulations. This self-guided course examines FEI as it applies to stand-alone fans. It describes the concepts behind FEI, advantages of FEI compared with the fan-efficiency-grade (FEG) metric it is replacing, how to use FEI to estimate lifetime fan energy savings, and methods for applying FEI in building codes and efficiency programs.

  • Includes free copy of AMCA Standard 208 Calculation of the Fan Energy Index, normally sold separately for $90
  • Includes pdf course notes that are handy for future reference, and make it easier for you to follow along, especially if English is not your first language
  • Includes FEI spreadsheet calculator for you to compare energy usage among 3 fans
  • You can leave the course and the system will save your progress for when you come back, but you must finish within 30 days of enrolling
  • Explore or re-visit topics in the sequence you desire
  • Learning activities and quiz questions keep you engaged in the topics
  • SI and IP units
  • Allow at least 1 hour 30 minutes in your schedule for completing this course
  • 1.5 PDH Issued by AMCA

Content
  • Introduction to FEI for Stand-Alone Fans
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed