you got mail.
the step up to be able to write functional LUA isnt too big ... some examples available on the partner website.
... having more functional templates for things like VAV and FCU would be good IMO . Save newbie Can2go'ers having to invent from scratch.
Still ... but not too hard to build them yrself. Its a great learning curve but then, on the other hand, which job is gonna wear the cost of all the learnin' ? ... and while yr learning, other jobs still need doing too.
yeah more templates needed.
Well I received the Demo kit, yes assembly required!
VAV CONTROLLER with integrated motor and flow sensor, has Zigbee, and EnOcean wireless antennas, second controller same as first minus vav goodies. Two wall power supplies.
The EnOcean photocell type wireless enabled goodies included:
Motion sensor, looks like monitors flying saucer
120vac wall plug relay
Wall light switch (sweet)
Wall sensor with dial temp adjust, override button (nice looking too!)
Two nice durable instruction cards, well documented.
I will start playing/testing next week, possibly sooner if I bag my buck earlier, if you know what I mean :-)
I'm just wondering because if you had one in an enclosure, like say for a RTU, I wonder if the antenna(s) can be installed outside of the enclosure?
:grin2:Just ordered my demo kit today. can't wait. Any info would be appreciated.
I really hope these can2gos are good . I need a small programmable system instead of peicing together t775 and miscellaneous temp. controllers and stats.
Those of you who have ordered these demo kits or received individual controllers... Can you PM me the price that you guys are paying for this stuff.
I have talked with one of the guys from their marketing side and I guess I want to get an idea of the costs before I hit them up with a request to do a Full Review of their equipment for my Blog.
Let me know in PMs or Contact Me on my Blog, since I know pricing can not be spoken about in public forums. Thanks.
received my kit a couple of weeks ago now. Looks like a good system. The LUA language will take some getting used to. Not big on wireless stuff but there is modbus , another lerning curve. All in all I am pretty positive on this can2go thing.:cheers:
I think for an "all-in-one" it's pretty slick and it's inexpensive for what it does. Looks like you can have 99 AV's and 99 BV's for either/or modbus and bacnet. I'm able to see it over BACnet/IP so that is a plus. The Enocean wireless is easy as well.
I would love to get my hands on a Lua script for a basic RTU/AHU to see how that works. All in all, I'm giving it a thumbs up.