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    Call Alerton and see what they say about that. ...

    Call Alerton and see what they say about that. My guess is your "demo" will lighten your wallet by a few grand assuming they don't hangup on the call first.
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    I'm sure one of the of the JCI guys will speak...

    I'm sure one of the of the JCI guys will speak up. But I assume HVACpro has the ability to cal the box, its been too long since I messed with them.
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    Yes it can. Calibrating a VAV this way is...

    Yes it can.



    Calibrating a VAV this way is completely pointless IMHO. You need a hood to do it correctly for many reasons.
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    its in the web service

    its in the web service
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    There are only two options I know of. Don't...

    There are only two options I know of.

    Don't use SSL.

    Get a real certs and dink around with that hassle.
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    Have you looked in the axcommunity jar? There...

    Have you looked in the axcommunity jar?

    There is a ascii hex 2 dec conversion. Never used it, but this seems like it "should" be a simple numeric (or string to dec) format conversion.
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    User service - xyz user

    User service - xyz user
  8. Thread: JCI CS Object

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    557761 With the decoder ring of course.

    557761

    With the decoder ring of course.
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    Typically the manufactures logo and part number...

    Typically the manufactures logo and part number will be on them somewhere. Don't recognize that guy off the bat, but it looks to have some markings on the top. Check the terminals also of you can't...
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    And be sure to remind the guy buying these about...

    And be sure to remind the guy buying these about the $1 he saved vs an adjustable, when the customer asks why his RTU blew out some compressors while making ice. Even a single warranty call be more...
  11. Thread: BACnet.....

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    And let me guess....you work for them.

    And let me guess....you work for them.
  12. Thread: Fox and FoxS

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    Same as HTTP or HTTPS. One is wrapped in SSL...

    Same as HTTP or HTTPS. One is wrapped in SSL encryption.

    See docSSL.
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    CTs aren't fail proof, neither are sail switches...

    CTs aren't fail proof, neither are sail switches or pressure switches. Have seen enough of these stuck closed or open because they get junk in them, or the pressures so low that they get dialed down...
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    Ditto "e1" or "F6" means jack to me. That and...

    Ditto

    "e1" or "F6" means jack to me. That and years back when they seemed to be all the rage, their failure rates seemed pretty high.
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    This smells like crap to me. Histories don't...

    This smells like crap to me.

    Histories don't take up much space unless your looking to store logs that go back months or years. If they cannot fit a handful more with 500 or 1000 points each,...
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    Well that's fine and dandy, ABB is all we supply....

    Well that's fine and dandy, ABB is all we supply. However on most jobs we get stuck with whatever crap the MC decides to toss at it.

    So one day its Danvoss, next its Emerson, then Siemens, and...
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    Stick them on the line side of the drive,...

    Stick them on the line side of the drive, preferably on the load side of the disconnect. CT always sees 60hz and even in bypass the CT will close.

    I'm not a fan of the contacts in a VFD for run...
  19. So the other thing that impressed me was the...

    So the other thing that impressed me was the universal I/O in custom silicon. Are they going to license that or strictly keep it in house?

    They seem to have the large I/O controllers covered. ...
  20. It looked pretty nice but their bacnet...

    It looked pretty nice but their bacnet controllers are pretty weak and the whole cylon thing...

    These awards are about as useless as control trends. Nothing more than a marketing scam or trinket...
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    Sounds like something blew the arse out of one of...

    Sounds like something blew the arse out of one of the IGBTs and that drive is done for. If three phase goes in and only two come out the vfd, I would agree Eaton and get the replacement coming.
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    Bet you won't find a UL listing on that stuff.

    Bet you won't find a UL listing on that stuff.
  23. Thread: Delta

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    20 is max. 99 on anything made in the last...

    20 is max.



    99 on anything made in the last ~6+ yrs. You would have to be doing some real crazy crap to run out.
  24. Thread: Delta

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    552441 That was hard. No &%#! hardware...

    552441

    That was hard. No &%#! hardware jumpers either.

    Looking at AHR... universal I/O, all software defined on a single hardware point is here now. Makes the hardware jumpers look really...
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    That makes two of us. But the link to refer...

    That makes two of us.

    But the link to refer gauges and stand alone garbage seems to be most appropriate for a controls related thread. Must be the king of stand alone controls.
  26. Wasn't. My first thought was small-mid sized...

    Wasn't. My first thought was small-mid sized RTU/AHUs, boiler / chiller plants all would fit on that easily.
  27. LOL. Just in case there is a bank of Modbus...

    LOL. Just in case there is a bank of Modbus power meters, PLCs, or data center gear in the same room as the VAV? Better to have and not need I guess. Here MS/TP in the field with an IP backbone...
  28. Sure about that? I thought it was only Modbus.

    Sure about that? I thought it was only Modbus.
  29. You have been looking for a unitary controller...

    You have been looking for a unitary controller with more I/O than the original Apollo spacecraft? :)



    At the show it was busy when I was there, was told it would "have to be comparable to...
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    This has hashed out ten million times... At...

    This has hashed out ten million times...

    At least with Bacnet/Lon the field devices have a good chance of being reused with a new frontend. Also if one dies, at least you can drop another...
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    Had the same thing on one we did a few years...

    Had the same thing on one we did a few years back.

    The gateway on these is simply awful and doesn't have crap for functionality unless you add it externally. To top that off, at least in our...
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    1. I wouldn't just spell out a single system,...

    1. I wouldn't just spell out a single system, unless the taxpayers like getting bent over.

    2. Have a concise but specific sequence of operations for every piece of equipment put in the RFP. Your...
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    http://elevationadvertising.com/clients/Tridium/Ni...

    http://elevationadvertising.com/clients/Tridium/NiagaraSummit/Applications/Working_with_BACnet.pdf.zip
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    Look at the 2014 Niagara summit website under...

    Look at the 2014 Niagara summit website under breakout sessions. There is one there on Bacnet that has pictures of good and bad waveforms with a description of each problem.

    Square waves, bias...
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    You would be correct. ESS32 and the site's...

    You would be correct.

    ESS32 and the site's system files are required.
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    http://www.bacnetinternational.net/btl/index.php?m...

    http://www.bacnetinternational.net/btl/index.php?m=14

    Quick glance and that junk looks not to be BTL.

    Good luck.
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    And wait another 15 minutes for it to settle...

    And wait another 15 minutes for it to settle again?

    Heck just look at the logs of all the wall sensors and compare readings right before building occupancy. Focus on the outliers. No fancy...
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    Faced the same issue many a time. A little...

    Faced the same issue many a time. A little investigation and knowledge of the building, its usually not to hard to make educated guesses without tearing the whole building apart.



    Guess...
  39. I wondered aimlessly for 2 days through the first...

    I wondered aimlessly for 2 days through the first 2-3 rows of control vendors only. My $0.02

    Color changing stats seems to be all rage. So cheap and simple and if you can change it via program,...
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    Divide and concur. Split in the middle, check...

    Divide and concur.

    Split in the middle, check both sides. Find the bad side, repeat, repeat, repeat...problem solved.
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    Fluke / Amprobe... one of the same really. Both...

    Fluke / Amprobe... one of the same really. Both are owned by Danaher which also owns Tektronix.

    How fast does that Amprobe meter work? Looks like its at least 5min for the first readings, but...
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    soggy wire slows electrons. Get scope out and...

    soggy wire slows electrons.

    Get scope out and check the truck.
  43. Thread: BACnet.....

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    Well reading between the lines it sounds as I...

    Well reading between the lines it sounds as I expected, they have a ton of canned programs and gfx to go with them.

    Without that its just as tedious as anything else your working from scratch.
    ...
  44. Thread: Btu

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_thermal_unit...

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_thermal_unit

    was that so hard?
  45. Thread: BACnet.....

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    Is it easy because you swallow their canned...

    Is it easy because you swallow their canned programs hook line and sinker?

    Is it just as easy when it's a completely custom program?
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    Does it work? Maybe. Even at that its a $hit...

    Does it work?

    Maybe. Even at that its a $hit install and service disaster.
  47. Thread: BAS Training

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    I would check around with local control...

    I would check around with local control contractors with good reputations. Assuming they know who you are or work for, you will likely get the best bang for your buck on a few lunch'n'learns and in...
  48. Thread: BACnet.....

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    There are a ton of joints that sell packages,...

    There are a ton of joints that sell packages, google is your friend.

    controlpix.com
    bassg.com
  49. Thread: BACnet.....

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    Your dreaming... The products below the...

    Your dreaming...



    The products below the Jace have little to nothing to do with the graphic interface. Its up to the integrator to develop them and they are free to do just about anything you...
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    These things are dinosaurs, your still installing...

    These things are dinosaurs, your still installing them on new projects?
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