Does anyone have a copy of CIS software to access TEC controller subpoints? I use datamate but find it painfully slow in updating subpoint values. I recall that CIS gives you more real time response to changes. I believe there is a newer version that has a windows appearance.
Thanks for the consideration.
Siemens came out with WinCIS but I believe it was for their use only. When I used it (over a year ago) there were still bugs, such as locking up the TEC.:o
what is your email
I could send a copy
Thanks so much.....the e-mail is:
Funny post timing, I'm having the opposite problem.
I have CIS on an older laptop with windows 95 and recently upgraded to a newer laptop with XP.
Now i'm trying to get ahold of datamate.
Should we swap? :D
I'll send you a copy in the morning when I get in to work.
CIS Connection Cable
Does any one have the pinout for the CIS connection cable to the TECs. Need to air balance a few Vavs? any help would be greatly appreciated.
CIS Connection Cable
The Cable Product # is: 540-143
9 pin female: RJ-11 connector:
3 ------------------- 5
2 ------------------- 6
5 ------------------- 1
5 ------------------- 2
Hate to bring up an old thread but can someone email me the WinCIS software as well?
My email is:
Thanks in advance.
Let's not forget BCS.
Why deal with Data Mate when you can have BCS - assuming there happens to be an old computer lying around w/ Win98.
Does anyone have the software that is used with a UC?
If I may bring this one up one more time, could someone send me a copy of Siemens WinCIS?
My email is
Ucis and PTS are all DOS based programs and won't run on anything newer than win98. I even have my xp laptop set up with a dual boot for win 98 and UCIS and PTS won't work. Even the Siemens guys scratch their heads when it comes to the older applications. Datamate constanly crashes and you can't edit code or points with it for a UC. Siemens solution is to replace the UC's.
For TEC's, the dual boot computer set up works great since you really don't do any editing to TEC's. If you're just concerned with looking at TEC's, I would recommend a dual boot set up on your PC. You may need a refresher course on FDISK.