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    Thanks. I have seen an axial fan that had come...

    Thanks.

    I have seen an axial fan that had come apart while under pneumatic control. I was very impressed at the damage the blade did to the shroud.

    The owner does not want VFD's because their...
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    Thanks,

    The owner specifically said "no VFD's" Well OK.
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    Joy Axial Fans DDC Conversion?

    I have an opportunity to convert 100 HP vane axial fan controls from pneumatic to electric control. The owner wants to eliminate his compressors and all infrastructure.

    Does anyone have an...
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    Yep, sounds about right for all the big control companies no days

    Work hard, learn on your own time, stay away from politics, excel on your own merit. You may succeed. Good luck
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    I am guessing..

    You are looking for an XBSI manual, correct?
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    Tell him

    Big Jim from sac says hi. And does he know where Greg B ended up?
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    Lou did a great Job - Lou's last name J****?

    What is Lou's last name?
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    York Millenium 20 Ton Control PCB

    I have two of these boards used, but guaranteed to be working.

    There are 88 points available to be scolled through via the onboard LCD.
    On off schedule, SA & RA static control, 4 stages cooling,...
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    RACL Equals =

    Recursive
    Algorithmic
    Control
    language
    First used on Excel Classic
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    Excel 5000 is an easy product to work on....

    Excel 5000 is an easy product to work on. Individual function cards, expandable, runs Care.

    And CARE is a wonderful program to use.

    So I guess I am confused here.
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    Understanding Pneumatics

    Is like being able to troubleshoot electronics down to the component level.

    A good pneumatic installation is a work of art

    Even with building automation in the 70's we repaired...
  12. What do you need to know

    about XLP?

    The hardware is very simple and straight forward.

    The software is easy to read and write you need CAE and a rebuilt file.
  13. Wireless - Bacnet, MS/TP, RS422 etc?

    Does anyone have any successful experience using RF to transmit their communications protocol?

    http://www.aic-wireless.com/

    Or Spinewave?

    The product cut sheets indicate they should work but...
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    Call Me 'Old School'

    I 'dress for success'

    I respect the buildings, missions, tenants and customers I serve. I would never ask the facility manager or owner to sign my service report unless I was dressed in a...
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    Good luck on that. If you find an RH sensor...

    Good luck on that.

    If you find an RH sensor that reqularly outputs an accuracy of 5% buy it!

    And are you just monitoring RH or will you be attempting to control something?

    There are so many...
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    I suspect all controls companies make a DDC to...

    I suspect all controls companies make a DDC to pneumatic transducer.

    In any event so does Kele and they work well.

    Keep your air dry and clean by installing a small descicant filter in the...
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    CARE

    IMO is one of the easiest control applications to use. (XL5000) And Live Care is wonderful. Are there any other programs out there that allow you to run your application in a simulated mode?

    I...
  18. Yes but

    If you want to keep your job and get ahead you always have to be on your game. This means travel partly on your time, after hours work on your time, be able and willing to talk to customers at any...
  19. I remember doing

    Wire wrap OS upgrades to 1's in the field.

    I guess 1's have gold on their PCB's as well.

    I would still welcome a picture of a 2.
  20. How about a picture

    of a Delta 2000 CPU? I would pay for pictures of the inside and outside of the beast.

    DC
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    !!Ding Ding a winner

    RACL - Recursive algorithmic control language.
    CIL - Control Interpreter language
    And you are correct about FC307.

    I could go on about the 'good 'ol days but I won't.

    And yes Riaz kind of...
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    CIL Really

    How about RACL?

    What does function code 307 do?
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    Controls..

    In my experience KMC has an OK field product line but their user front end is a poor excuse for a front end.

    I would persue using Delta. The are Ethernet and Bacnet capable, their front end is...
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    Rebuild file

    Do you have access to the rebuild file?

    I have never ever heard of the requirement to have a service contract and having it validated in XLP code. It sounds like BS to me and probably not legal.
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    Flash ram??

    Are your XLP running flash? Or is your data file in Eprom?
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