Type: Posts; User: ddcfreek
Can you send me the contact also. My email is in my profile. Thanks.:bump:
You will have to put the jcin2.jar and other modules in your install folder so your workbench can see whats in the N2 network.
You can still use the Jace in the same way by leaving "Routing" on in your Bacnet Network setup. Then it will route all bacnet communications just like a router would. Best of all, I don't think...
If what you want could be done, I think a Bql query would be the way. But I don't know if you can use bformat text that way. I am sort of trying to do the same thing.
Anyone else have any ideas?
I have done this before, but Bacnet IP is alot easier with the NAE's. I just used a Contemporary Controls Bacnet router to serve the points. Far less expensive than a Jace.
Normally I start with a TR of three to five times my setpoint and an integral of about 60 seconds. So if your setpoint is 1" I would start with a TR of 3-5.
I have seen this before, they probably want demand based ventilation with indoor ppm compared to outdoor ppm. When indoor ppm is say 700 above outdoor ppm then start increasing intake air volume. ...
Has anyone ever successfully had a Lynxspring relicensed to be open?
The last line says it all, try loading a known good station and see if it works. If it does, than the first one is junk. If it doesnt work, try reloading the os.
Wow, I didn't realize the gateway was such a loser. I guess I'm not surprized though.
I believe Wattmaster has some sort of Bacnet gateway available. I would look into that but it may be less expensive to replace the controls instead.
I was one of the beta testers for these displays. Our display shorted itself as soon a power was hooked up, so testing for us was short. As a result I wouldn't be able to tell you how well they...
This forum isn't for giving directions, if you have a more specific problem or question you need help with we would be glad to help.
Me too Mike. Thanks!
If your going to use bacnet/ip, I wouldn't bother with an FX-60. Use another brand like Vykon with less crap loaded on it.
Spyders are not supported on 201's, not enough horsepower.
There is only one lon channel and only one 600.
Look at Contemporary Controls P/N BASRTP-B or the JCI equal. It is a mstp to ip router for bacnet.
The ultimate goal is the remove the iLon from EBI. The entire facility is going from EBI and migrating to AX. For now I have both EBI and AX in the config server so I don't interupt comm.
Did you discover the Ilon's or did you have to add them manually? Were you able to discover points?
The config server is in the EBI computer and I already added my jace.
The 600 is already passing data to EBI, I was simply hoping I could add AX in the network and discover.
It may come to that, I just hate to waste usefull hardware.
That seems harder than just...
GE documentation on the Prosys 2 system doesn't mention LON at all except that you need to upgrade to Prosys LM to get it. Which is why I am confused that there is LON repeaters being used.
600 I think.
It is licensed for IP, do they get licensed for a certain number of clients? Right now it is using IP to Honeywell EBI and I am trying to stick my computer in with AX software to see if it works. ...
Anyone ever use LON/IP to integrate an I-LON into Tridium?