You can have three types of different schedules in the building management system: Analog, Digital, Multi-State or Enumerated. An analog schedule is used if the schedule controls a device that gauges the output in real numbers. A digital schedule is used if the schedule needs to control a device with two output states, such as On or Off. A multi-state/enumerated schedule is used if the schedule needs to control a device that has output states based on multiple states, such as low, medium, or high.
For more information, see Schedule Handling .
An analog schedule controls objects with real numbers. The real numbers include positive or negative numbers, fractions, and decimal values.
For more information, see Analog Schedules .
A digital schedule controls objects that have an active and inactive state.
For more information, see Digital Schedules .
A multi-state or enumerated schedule controls objects that have states based on integers or positive whole numbers including zero.
For more information, see Multi-State/Enumerated Schedules .