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    Data on the W973 controller: ...

    Data on the W973 controller:

    http://customer.honeywell.com/techlit/pdf/PackedLit/60-2428.pdf

    Data on the W974 setup/setback module:
    ...
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    Hello, Send me your email address to hanknerd...

    Hello,

    Send me your email address to hanknerd at yahoo dot com. The W902 lit file is 3 MB and I can't upload to the site.
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    Take that girlie duct wrap and...PUMP IT UP!

    Take that girlie duct wrap and...PUMP IT UP!
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    Do you have actual VAV boxes, or just zone...

    Do you have actual VAV boxes, or just zone dampers? If you only have zone dampers (no airflow measurement required), here's the website for the current Honeywell commercial zoning solution called...
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    Thanks for the input. What piece of hardware...

    Thanks for the input.

    What piece of hardware can we use to display the real time values? That is the real klunker.
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    Army Corps Spec - Marquee Display

    Have a Corps of Engineers spec where they are asking for a "Marquee Signage Environmental Display." This device is to continuously display a line with the zone temperature, an additional line with...
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    The W7505 was an old energy management controller...

    The W7505 was an old energy management controller that did time of day, load shed and temperature compensated duty cycling.

    Post your E-Mail and I will send you lit on the W7505B, has install,...
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    Agree with ctrlguy about removing the grounded...

    Agree with ctrlguy about removing the grounded secondary (unless there's a code related issue with primary voltage or VA of transformer). Then wire the actuator and transformer per Belimo...
  9. Thread: e-vision

    by hanknerd
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    Do you have the E-Vision database backup (.evb)? ...

    Do you have the E-Vision database backup (.evb)? If so, go online and change the configution of the problem boxes to no reheat. Then, when the room is cool the box will only deliver minimum cooling...
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    How about putting a line /24 volt transformer in,...

    How about putting a line /24 volt transformer in, then you can use a 2c/1h low volt programmable stat controlling low volt coil relays switching your line voltage cooling and heating outputs? Then...
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    Mike, FYI this message should be posted on the...

    Mike,

    FYI this message should be posted on the Controls forum.

    Check this piece of Honeywell literature:

    http://customer.honeywell.com/Techlit/Pdf/74-0000s/74-3554.pdf


    Page 3 discusses...
  12. Thread: 4-20 ma

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    Belimo has a nice guide for wiring of their...

    Belimo has a nice guide for wiring of their actuators, and it's a good electrical refresher also:

    http://www.belimo.us/bellib/Wiring/Damp_Act_Wiring_Guide.pdf

    Page 11 of the document (listed as...
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    The S7800 KDM will tell you where exactly where...

    The S7800 KDM will tell you where exactly where the ignition process failed. Along with ths 7800 series troubleshooting literature

    http://customer.honeywell.com/Techlit/pdf/65-0000s/65-0229.pdf
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    Honeywell has the T7079A single stage electronic...

    Honeywell has the T7079A single stage electronic temperature controller that has a maximum stage differential of 30 degrees. There is also the B model that has two outputs with a maximum interstage...
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    Actually, a majority of the configuration...

    Actually, a majority of the configuration parameters for the T7350 can be setup using the Config ID's lwarren mentioned in his message. Look at the options listed in Table 20 located on pages 35-37...
  16. Here's a link to one manufacturer of current...

    Here's a link to one manufacturer of current switches, Functional Devices.

    http://www.functionaldevices.com/ChartX.html#TSensorsWithRelays

    There are a multitude of choices based on current...
  17. For what it's worth, we supplied 15 of the...

    For what it's worth, we supplied 15 of the AT33A000 forn hot water valves on a job back in the Fall of 2001. All of them experienced the same problem you noted right out of the box. Apparently...
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    Is it an old enough stat one to be horizontal...

    Is it an old enough stat one to be horizontal mount with mercury bulbs? If so, it may be a Honeywell heat pump stat. The T terminal was an outdoor thermistor input that acted as an additional heat...
  19. Thread: Honeywell?

    by hanknerd
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    The R7503 was officially known as the Mod motor...

    The R7503 was officially known as the Mod motor convertor. It took a modulating DC output control signal from a R7500/T7500 series of electronic controllers and converted it into a floating 24 volt...
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    Viceman, Not sure why your Honeywell rep is...

    Viceman,

    Not sure why your Honeywell rep is waffling, here's the literature published by Honeywell detailing Lon bus wiring:

    http://customer.honeywell.com/Techlit/Pdf/74-0000s/74-2865.pdf

    It...
  21. Thread: Prog Tstat/AO

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    The T7350M has been available for purchase for...

    The T7350M has been available for purchase for about 6 months now. Call your friendly neighborhood Honeywell distributor and they will be more than happy to sell you this thermostat. BtW, the Lon...
  22. Thread: Prog Tstat/AO

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    Honeywell has the T7350M model, which has dual...

    Honeywell has the T7350M model, which has dual modulating 4-20mA outputs in addition to 2 relay outputs. The 2 modulating outputs are to control heating and cooling outputs, no seperate economizer...
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    jci, not sure where you are getting your info,...

    jci, not sure where you are getting your info, but mine comes from our Honeywell rep. The T7350A,B and D are direct replacements for T7300 models. They also have more features than the T7300...
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    There was a new comm thermostat introduced this...

    There was a new comm thermostat introduced this year, it is the T7350. This will become the replacement for the comm T7300 thermostats.
    The commercial Vision Pro thermostats do not currently have,...
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    Am assuming you are using a Honeywell economizer...

    Am assuming you are using a Honeywell economizer controller. When shipped, there is a jumper between P1-P2 that enables the onboard minimum position pot. You can also remove the jumper and connect...
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