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    What AS-CVTPRO are you using? Are you trying to...

    What AS-CVTPRO are you using? Are you trying to communicate directly to the controller or through a metastat? Do you get the correct blinking lights on your CVTPRO? You should still get lights...
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    Unless you have a lot of systems you want to...

    Unless you have a lot of systems you want to move, I would do move them manually online at each workstation. You have to visit each workstation anyways. I have been bit by it once where it wiped...
  3. Thread: JCI AHU-101

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    There should be an asterisk by the output in...

    There should be an asterisk by the output in hvacpro if it is overridden or written to by NAE, NCM, FX.
  4. Thread: JCI AHU-101

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    Check the Q/A section of hvacpro. Sometimes an...

    Check the Q/A section of hvacpro. Sometimes an answer will force OA dampers, cooling command, etc. to a certain output if a sensor is unreliable. Check all other inputs/outputs readings are...
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    Open ActionQ in SCT. The "Completed Actions" tab...

    Open ActionQ in SCT. The "Completed Actions" tab will give you status of the uploads/downloads. It should say "ok" or list an error.
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    If "JCI System Status" is chosen for alarm under...

    If "JCI System Status" is chosen for alarm under the Alarm Tab for the NAE, you will get an alarm for "onboard upload" every night just after midnight.
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    NAE85 is a server-based device that can hold up...

    NAE85 is a server-based device that can hold up to 10,000 objects. I am not quite sure how it handles N2/BACnet MSTP trunks.

    JCI documentation can be found at cgproducts.johnsoncontrols.com
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    If it is an analog input, you can view its...

    If it is an analog input, you can view its "Hardware" tab to find the controller the point is wired to. It would be unusual for an analog input to be a mirrored point, that would be an analog...
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    You should also check the reliability status...

    You should also check the reliability status under the point's Focus window. It is possible that the range was not configured properly. It could be unreliable because it is out of range high or out...
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    I like doing my programming at the local...

    I like doing my programming at the local controller level so I would do it in the DX9100.

    In GPL, if you have a linear reset, I would use a span block.

    When you translate GPL it generates a...
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    Do you have a process in your GPL programming? ...

    Do you have a process in your GPL programming? Did you translate the GPL program? You can either do a process download or download the entire NCM (not recommended). There is a GPL programming...
  12. For the top two, the units will follow the...

    For the top two, the units will follow the setback setpoints when unoccupied.

    I'm guessing for #3 that the fan button has been pushed for the fan to run continuously.
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    More information would be useful. Are you...

    More information would be useful. Are you logging in to an ADX or NAE? What revision are you using? Are you talking about points directly under the controller or in a user view?
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    To answer your original question, I would use an...

    To answer your original question, I would use an interlock. In one condition, command the output of your LCT, say at priority 14, to the damper output. In the other condition, release the damper...
  15. Thread: JCI PCT vs CCT

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    I can't help with the difference between PCT and...

    I can't help with the difference between PCT and CCT, but we do install and program FECs in-house at our facility. We use CCT.
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    If your new NAE is hardware rev. that ends in -2,...

    If your new NAE is hardware rev. that ends in -2, such as MS-NAE5510-2, then you cannot go back prior to software release 4.1. If you get hardware that ends in -1, such as MS-NAE5510-1, then you...
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    Have you checked the IIS Manager on the ADX? We...

    Have you checked the IIS Manager on the ADX? We have had NAEs with 10. addresses that we could contact directly but wouldn't talk to the ADX. We had to add those address to the IIS manager on the...
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    You will need to provide more information. Is...

    You will need to provide more information. Is there a supervisory controller (NCM or NAE). You can display runtimes through the front-end.
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    You didn't mention whether you downloaded the...

    You didn't mention whether you downloaded the program to the expansion module. The program must be downloaded to the expansion module.
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    You will also need to check for any GPL...

    You will also need to check for any GPL programming in the NCM
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    check here ...

    check here

    http://cgproducts.johnsoncontrols.com/MET_PDF/6375120.PDF
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    I believe this should read NAE55xx-0 does not...

    I believe this should read NAE55xx-0 does not have enough memory to go past rev 4.0.8

    I believe the NAE-55xx-2 was first released with Rev 5.2
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    If you are reading flow in GPM, I would create an...

    If you are reading flow in GPM, I would create an analog data point to read flow in cubic meters per minute. Your totalization on the new analog data point will then be in cubic meters.
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    Does the controller you are using have some type...

    Does the controller you are using have some type of totalization function?
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    Look at the Analog Output Object in the CCT help....

    Look at the Analog Output Object in the CCT help. It gives an example of what you are looking for. View the details of the output you want to adjust and modify Min Out Value and Max Out Value as...
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