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Had a question about this..Here are some instructions below from Randy Davis.  Thanks Randy [thumb]

PRECISION
  1. Open the feed clocks menu and hit the help key.
  2. Select the set.
  3. This will open the table for adjusting the fan boosting.
  4. If you are using the precision program it will have:
  5. Vent Level while feeding: 7 (represents the max level to use for boost time)
  6. Increased Vent Time (minutes) 0 (represents the time of engagement for fan boost)
  7. Diff below target while feeding: 5 (represents the amount of temperature the increased levels can remain active below the target of the house) 
  8. Feed day cycle: weekly (represents the feed time cycle)
  9. Water on no feed days (represents fan boost when feed clocks are not active)
             Start       Stop             Start      Stop
             0:00        0:00             0:00       0:00
Basically this is how it works.  When the feeder clocks are active or the time setting for off feed days are set to on the boost will turn on and use up to the level allowed.  The added levels then will be allowed to operate until: 
1. The feed clock turns off
2. The increased vent time is achieved
3. The fan reduces the set temperature in the barn to what is set in the diff below target setting

STANDARD
  1. Open the feed clocks menu and hit the help key.
  2. Select the set.
  3. This will open the table for adjusting the fan boosting.
  4. If you are using the standard program it will have:
  5. Active fan Nu while feeding: T Fan 1 (represents the fan to use for boost time)
  6. Increased Vent Time (minutes) 0 (represents the time of engagement to selected fan)
  7. Diff below target while feeding: 5 (represents the amount of temperature the selected fan can remain active below the target of the house) 
  8. Feed day cycle: weekly (represents the feed time cycle)
  9. Water on no feed days (represents fan boost when feed clocks are not active)
             Start       Stop             Start      Stop
             0:00        0:00             0:00       0:00
Basically this is how it works.  When the feeder clocks are active or the time setting for off feed days are set to on the boost will turn on the active fan selected.  The fan then will be allowed to operate until: 
1. The feed clock turns off
2. The increased vent time is achieved
3. The fan reduces the set temperature in the barn to what is set in the diff below target setting
 
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