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    I wondered that too. I'm going to have trane...

    I wondered that too. I'm going to have trane varify that it isn't the varitrac system. There might be an issue with the bypass damper also. They are complaining about a lot of noise when it's...
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    Trane Varitrac heat failure

    I was working on a VariTrac system at a bank today. It said RTU1 was in heat failure. I shut down the Trane YCD RTU (ReliaTel Controls) and put it into test mode. The heat worked fine on both stages....
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    I personally like the 18 volt dewalt impact...

    I personally like the 18 volt dewalt impact driver. I have the older version and it has been abused for years. It dropped out of my pouch once to the concrete about 8 ft. The case split a little bit...
  4. Thread: belthogs

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    Our shop bought some belt hogs a few years ago....

    Our shop bought some belt hogs a few years ago. We have also rented the pump alignment lasers. I prefer a straight edge anymore. I haven't spent a lot of time with the belt hogs. When I have lined...
  5. Thread: ARPA Zone

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    Thanks for the information. I thought it was an...

    Thanks for the information. I thought it was an acronym and I couldn't figure out what it stood for. I will have to look at the home page.

    Thanks
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    ARPA Zone

    I can see that AOP stands for Ask our Professional, but what does the ARPA zone stand for? I have been looking for a half hour and I can't figure out what it stands for. Thanks
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    Scotsman Prodigy Smart Board

    I was curious if anyone has worked on any Scotsman Prodigy ice machines with the smart board accesory. In the manual it talks about having two different versions. One being a data logger and the...
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    Heat load calculator

    I was just curious if anyone has tried the taco heat load calc. I downloaded the free software and am looking into it. I would like to learn how to do a good heat loss/gain. Everytime I call a supply...
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    Fair to charge a friend?

    Alright, I have bought a 2 year old unit, it's a 92% effieciency furnace 75,000 Btu, and a 2 1/2 ton 14 seer condenser. This house was rebuilt after a flood and had to have new equipment installed....
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    thanks for the good information

    thanks for the good information
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    Thanks

    Thanks
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    general training?

    I have been interested in building controls for awhile now and I have been sent to a tracer summit school that went over the basics of how to set up schedules, check alarms, etc. I was wondering if...
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    Plc vs. BAS controller

    I have been reading about building automation controllers and it was also mentioned in a post I posted about 8 months ago, but my question is what is the difference between a PLC and a building...
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    thanks for the information

    thanks for the information
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    Who owns who in the Control Industry?

    I was just curious if anyone knew who owned who in the controls industry? I have heard that honeywell owns/ bought alerton, tridium, novar, etc.

    T.A.C. owns barber coleman, invensys, andover
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    Thanks for the help everyone ! This helps point...

    Thanks for the help everyone ! This helps point me in a direction
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    So looking into visual basic wouldn't be a bad...

    So looking into visual basic wouldn't be a bad idea?
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    thanks a lot

    thanks a lot
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    If Java is the way the industry is leaning then...

    If Java is the way the industry is leaning then that would be a good one to learn, and it would be line based programming wouldn't it?
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    GUI's would be interesting but I want to learn...

    GUI's would be interesting but I want to learn how they get there first
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    So what would be your recomendation for a line...

    So what would be your recomendation for a line programming language?
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    lets say for the newest generation of controls...

    lets say for the newest generation of controls that would be installed today.
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    Programming of sofware?????

    Hey, I posted on this website around 5-6 months ago about getting some books about building automation. Since then I have read a book on building controls, and have went to a trane tracer operators...
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    thanks

    thanks
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    question about HVAC Talk

    What is a "sticky" thread? I asked about some books in another forum and was told it should have been a sticky thread.

    Thanks
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