Type: Posts; User: HRCtech
Well got it and setup okay included service pack-10. thanks for the help.
Hmmm thats weird. Must be different between Bacnet and Lontalk. It sounds like a good time to get a Trane expert here on the line.
I messaged the seller today and he says it never registered with Trane and can make a disc with that service pack it needs. think I'm gonna go for it.
Isnt it called a P-Ring or something like that?
This sounds familiar. I ran into this issue a year ago with Intellipaks connected to my customer's JCI system by Lontalk cards. Trane guy got his support on the line and they said this is the way...
Looking to buy Tracer Summit software on sleezebay but not sure if its compatible. The CD date is printed 2006. Is it compatible with Windows 7? or was there a newer version to support it. Don't...
Okay so I'm new to controls and trying play catch up here in my career so bear with my ignorance.
I was working on a job the other day and the local ALC controls guy was helping out with some...
Just a marketing term used to make other manufacturers seem inferior.
BCU sends time sync command to the chillers.
BCU time keeping is affected by incoming line voltage fluctuations.
You need to send a BACnet time sync command to the BCU to fix its time.
+1 for CTRL-ALT-DEL http://img79.imageshack.us/img79/7766/icon14x.gif
Yeah works for me. If using Hyperterminal then use either port. If using Trane's PCM Edit program then use Port 2 only. Be sure to disable security on the dipswitches unless you know what it is.