View Full Version : Delta DAC-633
10-19-2006, 12:38 PM
Salesmen from Delta controls were pushing their controllers
They are Bacnet compliant,They were not able to go into
What difference would I encounter in configuring a bAcnet compliant controller as opposed to a Johnson DX-9100.
10-21-2006, 02:19 AM
DAC633 = Delta Access Controller 6 universal inputs, 3 digital outputs & 3 analogue outputs (6,3,3),
Quick and easy to configure (dip switch address etc) assuming you have the relevent software (orcaview)
10-21-2006, 04:35 PM
Like the whale?
Is the software user friendly
Are there any demo pages on the web
10-21-2006, 04:37 PM
Hey clean you looking for a new control line?
10-22-2006, 11:34 AM
Orcaview is the most simple interface to use, if you know anything about windows then you will be good.
10-22-2006, 03:44 PM
Is orcaview part of Delta controllers
10-22-2006, 03:50 PM
go to deltacontrols.com / products / orca.html
Also has link for DAC633
10-23-2006, 08:22 PM
OrcaView is reasonably powerful AND easy to use. If you are comparing to DOS commands. If you are comparing to polished software like Word or Firefox, it is clunky and buggy.
I can't compare it with other vendor's products, as I have only used Delta's and only for the last year +.
If you tell me what kinds of controls that you will be using, I can perhaps give a you more detailed picture.
You can email me directly by going to birchy D*O*T com and email the admin.
Where I work, we update room schedules at least once a week, monitor the status of some 40 split-system units and three chill water cooled AHUs. We've spliced in some relays to turn lights off every hour when the room is off schedule, and I'm working on my own front end into the system to augment ORCAview and do what it can't.
10-23-2006, 08:32 PM
Some additional comments:
If you are plannig to do much customizing/programming inhouse, you should know that you don't have access to much training materials from Delta. They keep the really useful info locked up for "partners" access only. So Delta systems are only as good as the vendor's skills and business methods. I think they even lock you into a specific vendor, based on territory.
I'm looking for other resources, as we always seem to pay our vendor to sit onsite and learn stuff they should already know.
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