The Electronics staff installs, trouble-shoots and maintains computerized emergency lighting systems, complex electronic control equipment for scoreboards, message centers, public address systems (both fixed and portable), specialized electronic circuitry in campus equipment and dig-safe requests for campus utilities.
Our staff also has the responsibility for the campus-wide energy management system, fire alarm and security monitoring equipment. Sensors for HVAC, lighting, fire systems and security monitoring have been placed in strategic locations throughout campus buildings so that temperatures, humidity, smoke, fire and security can be monitored and controlled by various departments on campus. Temperature is programmed to maximize energy conservation by automatically altering day and night temperature changes. They work closely with University Police on these systems.
The Electronics staff also works at special events, such as football games and commencement, to ensure that all systems are operating properly and that any malfunctions in electronics equipment are quickly corrected.
Part of the responsibility of the Electronics section is to staff and maintain a Honeywell Delta 1000 Energy Management System. Terminals are located in the boiler room at the Physical Plant, the Electronics Department at Hartman Hall and in the dispatcher's office at the University Police and Parking Services office in Shirk Hall.
All requests for services must be submitted through the online "General Work Order" system located on GUS. If you have an emergency situation, please contact Bill Moore at extension 4770 or the front office at extension 4779 and follow up with the submission of the "General Work Order" form.