Type: Posts; User: ahansen
I believe Maxline's Apogee driver for AX is P2.
Understanding the sequence of operations and doing it "right" is the best way to go. However, it isn't always possible; most flash products are designed to withstand 100,000 - 1,000,000 writes.
Jeremy is correct, it is slow. It takes 2.5s to poll a single point.
If you need to trend 100 points, then your poll cycle is a little over 4 minutes.
However, if all you need are points for...
Serial to ethernet adapter: http://www.digi.com/products/serialservers/digionesp#overview
FM - F'ing Magic
I think Ebonix has one.
Seimens part # 540-143
I don't have domain expertise, I don't know what you mean by a 13,800 feed...
But if you haven't already, check out the class 3000 meters from Emon which can go up to 3200 amps:
Tridium AX with the CSI3 System 600 Driver. The driver is slow because it "screen scrapes" the VT100 MMI port, but it works.
CSI Cubed is incorrect / out of date (as is our own website):
Siemens Sys600 / Apogee
Barber Coleman Network 8000
Particle Measuring Systems Airnet devices
Was that a Jace?
Get any and all software upgrades you can, especially the JCI modules.
It is my sincere belief that progress is made when the consequences are not well understood. Understanding the human condition is far more important in sales.
Welcome to the toolbox brother.
You're right. I wrote that formula backwards it should be (time / one hour) which equates to the number of hours.
I believe it's:
(oneHour / (duration of poll interval)) * (numPulses * pulseValue)
The hour and interval need to be the same units (ie millis, seconds...)
Off the cuff options:
1. Name your point accordingly. Instead of Damper, how about something like Damper_Closed?
2. In your graphics you can change the format of your value bindings. Normally...
IMHO - this is the best response. It is the only USB adapter that I have found that works with HVAC Pro. If your field-bus depends upon sub-100ms timing, this is the best option that I have found.
And? How'd it work out?
Is your AX box Windows? If so, maybe you can run a local exchange server that accepts smtp (only from localhost) and routes to the primary exchange server?
I haven't used this, but I've heard good things about it:
If you can code: http://www.controlbyweb.com
Oops, enforma.com is a mistake. archenergy.com is where you'll find the Enforma product.