Type: Posts; User: gnomethang
Heh! I am a pro member here too but i don't need to go there to know your opinion on TOPS !!
Agreed for the US, Orion242. Trend look at things a bit different over here!
Pesky Modbus Registers!. Glad it is sorted!
Danfoss Parameter Times by 10 -1 HEX
1610 16100 16099 3EE3
1611 16110 16109 3EED
1612 16120 16119 3EF7
1613 16130 16129 3F01
1614 16140 16139 3F0B
1615 16150 16149 3F15
1616 16160 16159 3F1F...
Davem - I have an XLS sheet that help and can get it to you tomorrow (need to get back to the my laptop!). Basically the calculation needs to be done in Hex (-1) but off the top of my head I can't...
I am struggling to get some data from a FC120 VSD by Danfoss into Tridium AX. I can see parameter 127 for example (relates to 41270 in the modbus register). The convention seems to be 4 (nnn times...
Yep that would help!
Its not for a chiller panel in Central London is it? ;-)
We had the same problem a few years ago and the excellent advice above worked for us.
I had the same problem a few years ago with (I think) this same controller. I think you need to contact Trane as the data array is effectively configurable so the SNVTs being generated for external...
It is at the point that you add the proxy point(s) from the discovery window to your proxy folder - you can at this point edit information- facets, units, name and also the point type - there is a...
What points are you trying to link to?. Also when you bring in the points after discovery and set them as proxy points are you setting them as 'Writable'?. If not you cant write to them (clearly!)....
I suspect Orion is referring to the Trend SET program although I am not sure about the graphic creation!
For Dampers I would say Belimo. Valves I would say Siemens probably just shades it. That is not on price but the product itself.
Chet, Kindly add me to the list.
If your attempt to expose the vain and fragile egos of the many trolls here was genuine then it has no place in this forum.
If your original post as...
Good to know, thanks
Sounds perfectly reasonable, Jogas; them panel mounted 2a current switches are damned expensive!:eek2:
What a fantastic expression - Mind if I nick it and take it over the pond?
That makes sense and yours sounds like a good approach - but have you ever found certain variables that work slightly differently depending on the manufacturers algorithm?
I know I have!
Err. If you want to stop the drive from reacting too fast why did you INCREASE the acceleration?. I think that you want to slug the whole system so that you are not reacting too quickly to bumps in...
Good Quality Free Graphics ;-)
Thanks for coming back to this, osiyo. Your link works fine.
Travis's excell sheel was exactly what I needed - I could pull a CSV of Temp and RH in and then quickly calculate Moisture Content on...
So now you know!
Good stuff, Steve.
Thanks a million for that. I have taken a quick peek and it is exactly what I need. All I need to do now is get my data in as a standard format and macro the graph.