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    DICAP and CoN certification

    Does anyone know if Siemens or Honeywell either one have DICAP or CoN certification for federal projects?
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    You should just be able to hit "enter" or "L" for...

    You should just be able to hit "enter" or "L" for list. Even if you have the baud set wrong you should get something back, it will just look like jiberish.
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    An old modem. 1200 baud 8-1-N if I remember...

    An old modem. 1200 baud 8-1-N if I remember right. If not it is 2400
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    Validated environments are required in...

    Validated environments are required in pharmaceutical or food processing facilities that must meet the FDA reg 11 requirements. Anyway this deals with record keeping, data storage, and trails and...
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    I know that branch was in need of good techs a...

    I know that branch was in need of good techs a while back so I would assume that they still need them. I believe they pay union scale for techs in the city but I'm not sure if they are union once...
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    So then would it be a fair statement to say that...

    So then would it be a fair statement to say that the Niagra Network is really just a proprietary protocol over a standard IP network, and then the Jace panels run drivers, developed under the Niagra...
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    So then is the User Interface stricktly a browser...

    So then is the User Interface stricktly a browser or are developers creating their own proprietary UIs? Also since the Jace uses web services could it see an NAE and visa versa using web services or...
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    For one thing it's a great marketing tool. Half...

    For one thing it's a great marketing tool. Half of the consuting engineers gotta have it, even the ones who couldn't begin to answer your question. To be honest I have not worked with it enough to...
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    I could also use these if anyone has them.

    I could also use these if anyone has them.
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    Yes you got it man, how are things going these...

    Yes you got it man, how are things going these days? I'll send you an Email with some info.
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    Did you used to live in Long Beach - overlooking...

    Did you used to live in Long Beach - overlooking the beach? If you are who I think you might be you would remember JR. He could get you these parts.
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    JCI has a integrator for the ASD bus. It is only...

    JCI has a integrator for the ASD bus. It is only available through the SIS group (formally the ESUSA folks)
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    The JCI repair center sells them also. ...

    The JCI repair center sells them also. 1-800-482-2778.
  14. You've pretty much got the correct answers here...

    You've pretty much got the correct answers here already. I would add one thing, you are limited as to the number of points reguardless of whether you use rs-232 or BACnet/IP. From the Summit...
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    Just curious, did you get this fixed? Also I...

    Just curious, did you get this fixed? Also I notice your from CT. This wouldn't happen to be a school complex would it? I think I may have installed that system in 97.
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    I ran into this exact problem several years ago. ...

    I ran into this exact problem several years ago. 3 stand-alone BCU sites all were network 1, device 1. When we tied them all together we changed the network number for each site so we ended up with...
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    Is the only way to BACnet/IP other controllers...

    Is the only way to BACnet/IP other controllers (JACE 545) into the JCI system is using the auto discovery into a NAE?

    Yes, you must bring the BACnet/IP objects into an NAE before getting them to...
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    I have used the Cimetrics BR-2 router and it...

    I have used the Cimetrics BR-2 router and it works fine. I used the BACnet Arcnet to IP version but it is available for MSTP I'm sure. It is not cheap, around $2K but it is the same router Trane...
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    Parts repair

    By the way the JCI parts repair center (formally ESUSA) is available directly to end users at 1-800-482-2778.
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    ESUSA was acquired by JCI in 2000. They still...

    ESUSA was acquired by JCI in 2000. They still repair this stuff as well as CSI, honeywell and other parts, but it is now just called the JCI repair center. Mostly the same people and same third...
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    Trane LON and BACnet question

    If I create a BACnet object in a BCU (BMTW), can I reference it to a point from a LON (Comm5) bus? Note that the LON bus has ZN517 and ReliaTel controllers in the field. I have done this with other...
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    JCI does have an OPC client. It is not available...

    JCI does have an OPC client. It is not available as a standard branch product so you have to get it through their Custom Engineering group.
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    The reaper nailed it. One of my co-workers set...

    The reaper nailed it. One of my co-workers set this up on a workbench and tested it last year. We used an NAE and were able to discover the controllers and objects. We tested at the BACnet MSTP...
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    Keep it real simple. Port wine, garlic, black...

    Keep it real simple. Port wine, garlic, black pepper, and habanero sauce. I never measure anything. Note you can get by with a cheap port wine $5.99 fairbanks (red) is what I use.
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    Thanks for the info, I think I have it figured...

    Thanks for the info, I think I have it figured out now.
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    Did you have to run any kind of "export" utilitiy...

    Did you have to run any kind of "export" utilitiy or were the objects alreday there? Also did you get setpoints? My understanding is that ALC does not give you setpoints. I have seen this...
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    ALC Router question

    Can anyone tell me the difference between the ALC LGE and LGR routers? I am looking at a system that has an LGE and I would like to pull data out of it via BACnet/IP. While I know this is possible...
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    Do you have an OPC client option? If so Andover...

    Do you have an OPC client option? If so Andover has an OPC server that can be added. There is also a 3rd party Andover OPC server that works pretty well and is cheap. I don't remember where we...
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    I have not tried this with a BMTX, but with a...

    I have not tried this with a BMTX, but with a BMTW you could copy a utility program (off of the summit PC) called BCUconfig on your laptop and connect directly to the BCU and assign it an IP address....
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    Dingman, yes you are correct. Siemens loaded...

    Dingman, yes you are correct. Siemens loaded their BACnet software on an Apogee WS and exported the 9000 BACnet objects (BACnet/IP). We auto-discovered the devices and objects and initialy had a...
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    Integrator makes a good point. If you are...

    Integrator makes a good point. If you are scanning a BLN at 9600 with a large point total then speed would be an issue. For the most part I do not see too many BLNs at 9600 anymore, I would expect...
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    There is a speciality group within JCI called...

    There is a speciality group within JCI called systems integration services (SIS). They do this type of integration on a regular basis. What you are trying to do is really fairly simple, but you...
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    Yes it is BACnet/IP. It is all pretty straight...

    Yes it is BACnet/IP. It is all pretty straight forward, including the upgrade. I worked with the Beta site a couple of years ago and it went really smooth.
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    Yes, I know that all of the local JCI service...

    Yes, I know that all of the local JCI service mechs are union.
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    Nae8500

    The NAE 8500 is an NAE that is designed for large BACnet integrations into Metasys. Think of it as a standard NAE with No field busses and up to 25,000 object capacity. The base model can handle...
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