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  1. Well, how cool is that? I was being more than a...

    Well, how cool is that? I was being more than a little facetious, being well aware of what a ridiculous task it would be to disconnect all the controllers, just to find the length of the...
  2. Yeah, I really think Marc has it right - the...

    Yeah, I really think Marc has it right - the length of the cabling be determined by an ohm-meter only if the network is completely powered-down (and provided the entire daisy-chain is comprised of...
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    There's a couple things that might trip you up,...

    There's a couple things that might trip you up, if you wanted to go down the path of removing the BCU's to replace them with JACE's...

    1) The Intellipaks might be Comm3, but if they contain the...
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    Have you tried this? I've used it successfully on...

    Have you tried this? I've used it successfully on several occasions, on everything from a failed upgrade to a fresh-out-of-the-box DOA JACE.
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    It looks like I couldn't change the text like I...

    It looks like I couldn't change the text like I thought on a new MultiValue Network Input...but I was able to specifically do what the original post asked: when building a hybrid activity, the Select...
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    I believe that if you select States(x) for your...

    I believe that if you select States(x) for your Enum set, and expose them to BACnet (which is a strange requirement, but crucial for customization), you will then be able to input custom state text...
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    Once the BACnet Server license feature has been...

    Once the BACnet Server license feature has been purchased (and the license file updated), you go into the BACnet driver's Local Device, and build its Export Table by discovering any points elsewhere...
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    Well, that was a strange one...finally found the...

    Well, that was a strange one...finally found the solution (although this thread is over a year old, so I'm really just talking to myself here...):
    Comm4 addresses have to start at 37, so even...
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    Is the vintage of the comm card really the issue...

    Is the vintage of the comm card really the issue why an Intellipak might not talk Comm4? I've got about 25 Intellipaks, all the same vintage from the 90's sometime, that don't want to communicate on...
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    Trane uses 10K Type 2.

    Trane uses 10K Type 2.
  11. As an integrator that doesn't perform the...

    As an integrator that doesn't perform the physical installations, but subcontracts those out to electrical contractors, we have found a couple well-qualified electrical contractors that specialize in...
  12. Thread: EasyIO LCD jar

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    Wow, somebody gets up early there...I've got it...

    Wow, somebody gets up early there...I've got it now. Ridiculously easy to set up, now that I see the documentation...
  13. Thread: EasyIO LCD jar

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    EasyIO LCD jar

    We've sold an EasyIO LCD display to one of our contractors, but can't seem to find the easyIOLCD jar file that supports its communication with a Niagara station - does anyone have that jar file to...
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    I monitor research freezers all the time with low...

    I monitor research freezers all the time with low temperature transmitters from ACI:
    http://workaci.com/sites/default/files/high%20and%20low.pdf. I prefer to use their remote probe (RP) option.
    ...
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    I've done both - the LONworks interface was quite...

    I've done both - the LONworks interface was quite easy to use, and the BACnet one just a little more complicated, but not bad either; there are a couple gotchas (like enabling the Ethernet port on...
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    I've gone through a lot of effort on...

    I've gone through a lot of effort on Tridium-over-AAM jobs to ensure that the customer knows to click the checkbox I provide for the outputs, to put them into manual, before issuing an override...I...
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    Arcane little Auto-Matrix alarm

    I know there's some good AAM techs still out there...hopefully somebody has some documentation that I don't...

    I have a GX1 running an internal SPL program, which is periodically aborting with an...
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    Absolutely correct - once the point is exported...

    Absolutely correct - once the point is exported from the BACnet Export Table, you can modify the points defined as writable from other devices or software. Just be sure to write to points at the...
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    We've used a line of PLC's called Cimon - they...

    We've used a line of PLC's called Cimon - they are built by KDT out of Korea http://www.kdtsys.com/eng/. They have a full redundancy system (power supplies and CPU) that we've successfully deployed...
  20. Thread: Fried Jace?

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    You just might catch a break and simply be able...

    You just might catch a break and simply be able to replace the IO-34/power supply - try connecting it with a wall-wart power supply first, as a temporary measure, to see if powering it from something...
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    We've had good success on radiators with Danfoss...

    We've had good success on radiators with Danfoss ABNM actuators (0-10VDC signal) - they are rated to 140F (I think that's enough for your application) ...not sure of the exact model of the associated...
  22. Thread: Lon Trunk Setup

    by davem
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    Did you follow the steps you read in the...

    Did you follow the steps you read in the documentation (and quoted above)? That way, within the Lon Utilities Manager, pressing the service pin will reveal all the information you seek. In this case,...
  23. Thread: Lon Trunk Setup

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    Ooops, crossed-up messages - looks like you've...

    Ooops, crossed-up messages - looks like you've figured out the process...but the "waiting on service pin" is supposed to disappear and report back some information if you've properly pressed the...
  24. Thread: Lon Trunk Setup

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    Yeah, that was the direction I was thinking of,...

    Yeah, that was the direction I was thinking of, too - Igotworms, right-click on the LonNetwork, and in Views, select Lon Utilities Manager. Down at the bottom, leave the white window on...
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    It may be a little late for this, but sometimes...

    It may be a little late for this, but sometimes you actually have to refresh the page you're on (the BACnet Device Manager) - I've seen where manual changes to addressing in the database (MAC or...
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