Type: Posts; User: GregF
I have not used it my self but I know someone that has. Said it worked ok
Yes there is a driver for these things. You can call them and they will direct where to buy it.
Talon is OPEN. Any time you see a * in a license file it means it will take any thing.
Just use the LonIP Network.
It depends on the version, but there is a Talon block that was used a lot. Howevere it has a bug in it. You could power it down but DO NOT DO THIS untill you change the battery to a new one. The Lon...
There's not a strait up way to do what your looking to do. I use them alot and I'll send you on in the morning.
Well I use them all the time. If you follow the rules its as solid as any thing else. Have a few Chiller Plants with no problem. Lots of Boilers and AHU's.
Thats an older Talon Raptor. You would need the Raptor Block Programmer, and hope the debug file is in it.
opps told you wrong, I've always have a station running in th backround. I just checked it out and to have to have AX, Lonmaker, Lonwatcher or other tool running to.
All you need is the EC-gfx Programming Tool. Launch that and you don't have to use the AX.
This is a Jace 7?? Are you using the JCI appliance? What do you have on the thing??
What you are saying I mostly agree, however I was trying to point out how little memory we work with. If he has the flash disk space he could increase the ram disk. The other side is...
Clean up, I could not tell you without seeing the station. The % ram is set out of the box at 10%, you could lower tha to say 4 or 5 %. It will fix the problem for a short time and can fix it all...
Theres more to it than Histories and trends. The whole station loads up into ram disk, this saves flash disk writes. Now what ever you have on the Jace loads into ram disk, Operating...
Good question, first its Tridium Niagara so it is the same.
Second, if you are talking jar files or drivers it is Java, you just have to use Tridium imports.
Third, Niagara AX has program...
All that works and works well, It will route lon to. Twisted to Ip no problem.
Sorry I just saw 275 devices, I would still do it. That would be about 70 devices a trunk.
A Jace 7 is about 4times a Jace 6, you are good for 150 devices.
The problem you are having is the slot is not exposed, now you could expose the slots but you have to open each point to do it.
You might as well just do the conversion one at a time.
The super is a device under the NiagaraNetwork, hit the plus sign and double click the point folder, do a discover add points. Link points to the graphic.
Any points you want to display in on sup, bring in the points under the station under the niagaranetwork. Then like linking with the bacnet side you would link from the niagaranetwork.
Well good luck getting Novar's jar files, they are tighter than TAC. If you can't get them check the tridium base license and if it has what you need delete the Novar one reboot and you should be...
Ok now you have all three sup's on the network, all set 81, 1911, 3011 and yes you will have to put the 81 at the end to browse.
Double click the Niagara Network and do a discover, now this is a...
Well I still don't get the 3 sup's but it is what it is. First forget the 80, each IP is its own. Think about your LAN, do you think thats how they do it??
Now each sup has its own IP, done, they...
You can't make this work and don't need to. If you change port 1911 the jace's will have to be changed, if you change the jace's the server will not be able to see them. Example Jace 1 port 1912,...