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    Here is the link to the version I have (York...

    Here is the link to the version I have (York branded). https://www.wrightsoft.com/york/store/saas_store.aspx
    There is no upfront fee. You pay the $300 and are good for a year. We are on our second...
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    I also like Right-Suite by Wrightsoft. I have a...

    I also like Right-Suite by Wrightsoft. I have a SAAS license which is a yearly license and costs $300. It is way easier to justify the $300 per year with updates rather than a one time expense of...
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    They were probably just trying to stay warm.

    They were probably just trying to stay warm.
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    A few years back I worked for an electrical...

    A few years back I worked for an electrical contractor in California, which was headquartered out of state. They didn't feel that they needed to pay overtime past 8 and doubletime past 12. I counted...
  5. Thread: Trane Reliatel

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    alcomech, I don't need anymore than that. I...

    alcomech,

    I don't need anymore than that. I saw it on a plan and was curious. Thanks
  6. Thread: Trane Reliatel

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    Thanks Dave

    Thanks Dave
  7. Thread: Trane Reliatel

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    Trane Reliatel

    I am looking for a brief explanation of Reliatel. Is it part of an overall building management system? Or is it simply an upgraded controls packaged on a rooftop unit?

    Thanks
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    Wrightsoft for residential Trane Trace 700 for...

    Wrightsoft for residential
    Trane Trace 700 for commercial
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    Thanks guys

    Thanks guys
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    I use Wrightsoft for load calculations. It is all...

    I use Wrightsoft for load calculations. It is all right. Just make sure you get the version (or addon or whatever they call it) that allows you to do commercial load calculations.
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    If you used an energy recovery ventilator you...

    If you used an energy recovery ventilator you would somewhat reduce your humidity issue and eliminate your building pressurization issue. The heat exchanger in the ERV might get gummed up really...
  12. Thread: Window Switch

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    Window Switch

    Does anyone know of a good product to use for window switches in a commercial environment? I looked on kele and they have a bunch of different types.

    Thanks
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    Sir-Fixalot: I can't speak to how other...

    Sir-Fixalot: I can't speak to how other manufacturers do it, but from the Mitsubishi classes I have been to, it seems like the mini split inverter compressors are controlled based on temperature...
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    Wrightsoft's Right-Suite allows you to import...

    Wrightsoft's Right-Suite allows you to import drawings into their program. Autocad or PDF.
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    Mitsubishi makes a 2-ton vertical air handler...

    Mitsubishi makes a 2-ton vertical air handler that is 18" wide and 21" deep. It would connect with a 3-ton condensing unit. It is from their City Multi line, which allows multiple evaporators with a...
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    Full service manual is available here: ...

    Full service manual is available here:

    http://usa.mylinkdrive.com/uploads/documents/1168/document/PUMY-P36-48NHMU_TechService_OC366F_12-10.pdf
  17. Thread: Rats!

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    Back in my water well service days, I found fried...

    Back in my water well service days, I found fried mice in pressure switches and contactor boxes. Don't put your paws on line voltage if you don't know what you're doing.
  18. Check out 2009 ASHRAE Fundamentals Chapter 21....

    Check out 2009 ASHRAE Fundamentals Chapter 21. Duct Design. That will point you in the right direction. Fan inlet and outlet conditions along with fittings are critical.
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