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    Application Engineering Training

    I was ask the same question recently and while searching the web I only found short courses on several subjects but nothing like I had at Bloomington,MN with Honeywell back in '81. It was 5 weeks 40...
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    Re: R-2 Help

    Do you have Workbench for R-2's? Give me an idea of what you have. I might be able to help you. My email is in my profile,,,,,,,,,,,,,,rrh
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    I spent 5 weeks in HW engineering school in...

    I spent 5 weeks in HW engineering school in Minnisota to understand the different types of HVAC systems and how to control them. The school of hard knoxs takes longer. I don't know of a flow chart...
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    Welcome to the forum!

    I see you are new to this forum. I am sure there will be others that will differ from my opinon and that's all it is, my opinion. I worked for Honeywell for nearly 18 years, with the Commercial...
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    Depend

    I worked for Honeywell for almost 18 yrs, worked for a sister service company to a major mech contractor before retiring. The service company was forbidden to bid control projects that would put the...
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    Control_Man is Right!

    The wheel works great, your company will be best served by searching out a reputable controls contractor. My suggestion, unless you are very good at mechanical/controls, is to find an HVAC controls...
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    Just Asking,,,,,,,

    I suppose your laptop is in the same IP group and submask? Also are you using a crossover cable for direct connect? Those lites can be mis-leading.

    Do you have a serial cable made up to...
  8. Off My Rocker?

    I won't be so critical to judge another product. I have installed both Honeywell and JCI AX's and I would say the support you get from your distributors would be my choice of brand. Since Honeywell...
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    To me it's a front end

    I recall the first demo I saw several years ago. It was an R-2 version. I couldn't wait to get my hands on one and try my hand doing what I have done for the past 25 years with old DOS based...
  10. FX-60 for me

    I agree with Reaper, there is not enough money difference in the 20 and the 60 price to cut corners. The 20 will do your job but not much spare room.
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    Just Curious,

    I would guess that you didn't install the resourse file associated with each model TEC. Have you tried this?
    ...
  12. Your location would make a lot of difference!

    The dual duct systems I have been involved with here in Texas, we use reset on both hot and cold decks from OA Temp.
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    If I was mounting a 40X32X7 NEMA 3R or NEMA 12...

    If I was mounting a 40X32X7 NEMA 3R or NEMA 12 panel, I would get some help. I wouldn't attempt mounting a heavy panel without using Unistrut. Place blocks or support under the panel until it is...
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    And on Unistrut

    And on Unistrut
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    I didn't know there was a rule book!!

    Our branch always placed the top of the cabinet at 6' AFF, unless the owner asked for a different height.
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    Check out Belimo, they have linkage and actuators...

    Check out Belimo, they have linkage and actuators made for all series of Siebe,Invensys,B-C. Most distributors have then in stock.


    https://www.belimo.us/belimoshop/index.jsp?shopId=BELIMO
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    TAC Who?

    Back in the day, you were wasting your time calling TAC. But get to know your Honeywell Rep. Richard has bailed me out several times. I never have to wait over 3 hours for an answer. The last...
  18. Gosh I love construction!@!!

    Cook you didn't say if this job is a plan/spec job or a remodel. If it is plan/spec job, look in division 15 and see if the electgrical work for division 15 states it will; be done by division 16. ...
  19. Sorry about your 10 year old system!

    You mentioned in your post, "Open Source" and guess what, you just opened up a big can of worms that will go on and on for days around here. You requested ideas that you could mention at your...
  20. I like my pension check too!!!

    Almost 18 years, probably some of the best years of my life. You young wipper-snappers keep up the good work.
  21. Not necessarly a Honeywell tract, control...

    Not necessarly a Honeywell tract, control companies have to meet the specification of the mechcanical engineer who dictate ahat will be normally open or closed. And don't forget that they make...
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    Good Luck Measuring Nat Gas!

    I have done gas measurement using orfice plates and Smart DP sensors. On another job we used electronic sensors and I beleive the brand was Electro which worked along the same principal with a known...
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    When I worked for Honeywell CCD, commercial...

    When I worked for Honeywell CCD, commercial construction division, we often were called in to assist with PC estimates. At the time, all PC's were done by the service group. As the price of...
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    Bacnet - Lon or something else

    Now we know why you are down on Lon!
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    How about front end?,,,,,,,,,rrh

    How about front end?,,,,,,,,,rrh
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