Type: Posts; User: MatrixTransform
About time... I wouldn't mind seeing the curriculum... Got a hyperlink?
...run Windows on it
Remove the thermistor and pop into boiling water .
Place your left hand in another pot of boiling water ...and have yr phone turned on in yr right hand.
If your ears hurt from all the...
I believe that the line-by-line controllers can also be programmed in-situ via tridium workbench using the Distech jar files ..
...used to this way unless its changed.
Yeah Tridium doesnt care much which subnet the device is in ... pretty sure you can have nodes in multiple subnets in the same domain all on the same physical wire.
dont forget the curses !
We have some really choice Aussie ones that seemed to work pretty well... lemme know if you need them :-)
XL10 should work fine ... we have done it before.
Itime sounds ok (maybe a little fast)
it goes wonky because yr PB is too small....try 100,125,150,200.
There should be no issue whatsoever taking the N2 value and sending it to a bacnet controller.
Im guessing that there is an issue with either APDU, confirmedCOV ... or ethernet/IP.
It is very...
the XL devices in the lonHoneywell pallette can be addressed (domain,subnet,node)in AX and the 'wizards' should be available whether you have Honeywell.license, WebsLicense or honeywell.certificate...
for clues look at the values in -- Process ID Predefined Parameters --
Welcome to controls.
What you expect (or the consulting engineer expects)... has very little bearing on anything.
What is the 'interval' setting of 120? Is that how often the loop calculates? If so, then this is way to slow...no matter what PI SETTINGS you choose. I'd suggest an interval of a couple of seconds...
try PB of 600
Quite likely that many actuators will work ok on DC supply ... depends on their internal circuitry.
Belimo definitely does
The code above is only good for a single byte (8bits) ... it will need a tweak to handle larger integers.
simple program object (in a bog file) converting numeric to BCD is available here ... https://www.dropbox.com/sh/rpaqwvluaw1hz1r/XiDEhw4Fqx
works ok to read values ... I suppose it could be...
Im thinking a program object like a extension that hangs under the point and overrides parent functions. Listens to changed event , evaluates bcd and changes parent.valueValue. I'm sure there's a way...
Program object compiled would probably be the best way....maybe I can rough something up over the weekend.
I believe composites are evaluated every cpu cycle ... Wouldn't use too many of em.
There might be a way to do this using the 'radix' facet.
Somebody has been filming my workplace
Clearly, from yr avatar...you already have yours heh?
careful sitting there too long ... somebody may decide to paint or plaster you.