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    It's a company thing. Did an Invensys job once...

    It's a company thing. Did an Invensys job once with at least 50 vav with the same neuron id. Blame the company and not the protocal.
  2. ALC defaults to 16. Your in charge at 15 or...

    ALC defaults to 16. Your in charge at 15 or below. You have 3 states. "on" "off" "null" make sure your sending a "null" command to release the overide to ALC

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  3. Guess so.

    Guess so.
  4. They really should use Arcnet, no reason not to...

    They really should use Arcnet, no reason not to It's ok by ASHRAE and runs circles around MS/TP. But that being said i've never found it that hard to find ANY control from any vender. Let's be honest...
  5. I know your going for an angle here. But some of...

    I know your going for an angle here. But some of my largest networks are straight MS/TP with every type of control on the same wire.
  6. Your dealing with OEM and not ALC. OEM venders...

    Your dealing with OEM and not ALC. OEM venders tend not to understand the controls end all that well.
  7. Guess it's just too difficult to enable Network...

    Guess it's just too difficult to enable Network Visible. ALC provides ALL the tool needed for any third party. Wish all systems where as nice.
  8. "Having Webctrl's programming tool won't do you...

    "Having Webctrl's programming tool won't do you any good at this point unless you have the site specific system files" - ??!?! How would WebCTRL running exec B even run without the .equipment file?
  9. Distec- Damm do I miss that NW8000. Still better...

    Distec- Damm do I miss that NW8000. Still better then what's out today.
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    Get a few bids to get a feel of the cost. But if...

    Get a few bids to get a feel of the cost. But if your Alerton rep has been good then you'll save a lot of $$ if you stick with them.
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    Well I work with both. Most tech's I know like...

    Well I work with both. Most tech's I know like bacnet.
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    "I once worked in an enterprise where...

    "I once worked in an enterprise where electricians were paid more than control technicians and some engineers!"

    Exactly where do you live where this isn't this the case?!!
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    Learn whatever your selling. Then come back here...

    Learn whatever your selling. Then come back here in 2 months and swear it's the best.
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    You would really have to question the logic of...

    You would really have to question the logic of doing this to 1994 technology. The 9600 baud legacy com will be slow and from the sound of 850 points you must have many LGE's on site. Is your plan to...
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    Here's a point list of a Carrier 19xr that I'm...

    Here's a point list of a Carrier 19xr that I'm working on. The UPC open works, but I get more useable point's from the '95 vintage trane.

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    Hey I still "maintain" the old Barber-Colman RED...

    Hey I still "maintain" the old Barber-Colman RED / Black controls ..old 5608A still glowing.
  17. Thread: Trucks

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    I worked with a job Union Electrian years ago...

    I worked with a job Union Electrian years ago that for years was looking at Harleys. One day he rode up on a Honda. I asked why? He said it was cheaper, rode better, and far better quality.

    True...
  18. Thread: Trucks

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    The last Chevy Astro I had back in '04 had over...

    The last Chevy Astro I had back in '04 had over 200000 miles. Had 1 ton van's and finally I got 1/2 ton in '09. Osiyo your right. As a service tech I don't need more room then a small van. And the...
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    1MHz or greater bandwidth and a sampling rate of...

    1MHz or greater bandwidth and a sampling rate of at least 5 megasamples per second.
  20. Format the modules. If you still can't see them...

    Format the modules. If you still can't see them you either have the older exec6 boot modules, or a bad module. You will need to run the execB upgrade utility. Then you'll need to plug your APC (TTL...
  21. Why do you need to download to them? Can you...

    Why do you need to download to them? Can you modstat them? Do they show up on the node list?
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    It's just downloading the BBMD table.

    It's just downloading the BBMD table.
  23. I use Vaisala Humicap HMW90 series at all my...

    I use Vaisala Humicap HMW90 series at all my clean room, labs and critical heating/cooling/humidity rooms. Why not use a existing sensor as a setpoint adj only and use a Vaisala for now?
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    Been a while since I had to do it that way. Port...

    Been a while since I had to do it that way. Port 2 with a RS-232 cable should work at 38400 in terminal mode.
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    I routinely work on controls 15 years old and...

    I routinely work on controls 15 years old and older. The main problem is keeping all the old software working on new machines. Once that get's resolved you need the old timers to keep it running and...
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