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Ozy, I'd be interested in all the manuals you can send.
Thank you very much in advance! firstname.lastname@example.org
If any of you finds out what the new credentials are, I would really appreciate if you would update the wiki:
Which I always found to be insane.
I can be happy with the relationship I have my with employer,
but a 3rd party can come and **** everything up.
So... competition is good, except when applied to you? :whistle:
The same logic is true for proprietary 'solutions' that lock building managers/owners for decades with the same vendor.
I think you are a little optimistic in terms of IT security.
This assumes a perfect operating system, without any bugs or vulnerabilities.
(Which, to the best of my...
While someone hacking your BACnet network is possible, that's not the first place I would look.
ANY BACnet device on the network (including workstations) could be sending weird commands.
I don't know if I break any rules by posting this, but you asked for it, so I hope it's ok...
We've built Vigilia for this kind of task.
Power it up, let it record your systems for a time and...
While I'm still on the fence myself as to whether it should stay an enthusiast device, I've had people contacting me about using rPi in a production environment.
(Privately and in the comments...
You could try to convert your current server into an image and load it up into a virtual machine on another PC.
Easy $20k saved :grin2:
IT might be reticent to make you 200 VLANs because it requires a little work, but I highly doubt it's because they are so limited in their IP address space.
In addition, if you are building...
By the way, the best way to learn is to give yourself small projects/goals and to force yourself to finish them, even when you inevitably get stuck. ;)
Is it only for a Niagara software, or would you like to learn the whole thing?
I consider myself to be a relatively proficient developer (Vigilia, Wacnet, Graphivac ...) and I would say that...
That's the difference between being given something and stealing it. I'd say it matters.
He doesn't have to be a Delta provider to be the legitimate owner.
If a Delta provider sells (not...
That's uncalled for. The dongle is pretty much the license.
If the previous owner doesn't want it anymore, why not take it?
Unless there's a clause of non-transferability in the Delta software...
Well yes, were I to add it to Wacnet, you could link any BACnet data to the drawing.
For my own needs, I wanted to draw some systems quickly while letting others able to modify it.
(I hate nothing more than being sent a print-screen with a little note saying I would need proprietary...
Now with piping! :D
I made some incompatible changes; the drawings were wiped out.
I warned you they wouldn't be there 'forever' ;)
The 'properties' window can also be accessed by right-click.
If double tapping doesn't work, you can try to just tap and hold (like you usually do for right-click).
Let me know if everything...
There, added your darn furnace! :-p
(Obviously a bunch of symbols are lacking...)
Hmm... I can't reproduce the problem on my tablets. :-/
Just to be sure, you 'clicked' the symbols buttons, not drag 'n dropped?
We didn't test extensively on touch screens (only a few models), but it should work.
Let me know how it turns out.
Btw, as much as I like nice comments, criticism also helps a lot when comes the time to select what gets priority. :putergreet:
Yes, there's obviously many objects missing.
I need to gauge the interest before sinking too much time in this :p
Double click on an object (or right click and go in properties).
There's also a rotate function on right-click.
Here, fixed it for you :grin2:
We are currently making a drawing tool for another of our services, but I noticed it could be used to quickly draw...
Are the backup encrypted? You might be able to just replace the text value of username/password in the backup before re-sending them.
I can take a quick look if you want. I'm no expert, but......
I've made a Wacnet SD image, if anyone wants to use it on the MK802iv mini PC.
New version of Wacnet! (1.1.0)
As usual, completely free!
Like suggested, the focus is now on the object name, rather than the the object type (analog input,...
While it doesn't do alarms yet, you might want to take a look: https://hvac.io/docs/wacnet
Next version will have a new UI:
Any chance you could give us what you have, so we don't repeat unnecessary stuff?
I've written an open source software to browse BACnet/IP networks.
(Also, a new version is coming soon: http://blog.hvac.io/2014/05/30/whats-coming-in-wacnet-110/)
Thanks a lot for the suggestions!
1. http://blog.hvac.io/2014/05/20/bacnet-tablet/ :whistle:
2. Gotcha! This wasn't planned, but I'll try to see if I can add it for the next release.
No, I did buy a bunch, but not all I promise! ;-)
Recently I had to contact multiple sellers, as many were just sending me fake MK802 with the less powerful Allwinner A10s instead of the classic...
We are about to launch the next version of Wacnet!
Is there any new feature you would like to see included?
As is it, a web API seems to be the most popular request.
Thanks, I'll look into this!
I absolutely agree! I often designed systems where it was required for the controllers to have 20% free IOs.
The automatic filling was a simple example. One could also make a rule about filling...
I've started implementing some of the things I talked about.
First the diagrams:
Notice that everything works in "cells". Contrary to drawings made with...
I did not! I might give it a chance, considering there's Clint Eastwood in it. ;-)
As a semi serious answer, even if those http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/brain-controlled-gadgets/ were accurate...
-- This is a chance to express your most insane dreams and frustrations! --- :yes:
I'm currently juggling with the idea of making a professional design software for HVAC controls. ...
I have just released a new version of Wacnet, the BACnet webserver and toolkit.
(Now version 1.0.4)
This version fixes some bugs discovered in the last few months.
There we go: official 1.0.0 release!
If you have any feature requests for the next version, please ask! :)
I am well aware of that; I've already told the same thing on the
official BACnet mailing list.
In fact I've *****ed on the subject in the past:
Well... there's nothing really planned yet, but I made sure
Clojure could indeed run on a raspberry pi. :putergreet:
Hum... no edit options?
Anyway, take 2:
(->> (pmap #(try (remote-object-properties % [:device %] [:model-name :object-name :vendor-name])
(catch Exception e))
Btw, here is an example of a possible REPL usage:
I identified some devices that weren't behaving as expected and wanted
to know their model-names and their manufacturers.
I went in the REPL...
I've done it!
After an entire week chasing wild bugs, I think I got 'em all!
New version 1.0.0-RC1
Thanks to everyone who reported bugs!...
You could try to go in the REPL and type (find-bacnet-port) <enter>.
This will scan a bunch of port and tell you where your network is.
If it doesn't return anything, then we have a problem...
There we go: version 0.2.0
Now Wacnet won't throw an error each time there's an unknown type.
Instead, it will show those that it knows about.
Hopefully that will be a huge proportion of the...