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    This might be a year late, but maybe it will help...

    This might be a year late, but maybe it will help someone get going with Modbus.

    The drive needs to be power cycled before the new settings will take effect. I have this come up a lot when...
  2. They are located in Seattle, but should ship...

    They are located in Seattle, but should ship easily at 110 pounds each.
  3. FS: Brand New Munchkin 199M Rev 1 NON-ASME (5 Available)

    I have 5 of these available, new in the boxes. These are being sold as is, which may or may not include the warranty; you would have to contact Heat Transfer Products about that. Asking price is...
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    The BACnet module crashes when there is nothing...

    The BACnet module crashes when there is nothing connected to the MS/TP port. Once the connection is made, and the power cycled, the module will work correctly.

    That is what the update will fix.
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    I think this only applies to BACnet MS/TP, not...

    I think this only applies to BACnet MS/TP, not BACnet/IP, from what I know.
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    Just take a surplus modulating motor and some...

    Just take a surplus modulating motor and some residential furnace or boiler burner tubes and everyone can make their own rotisserie. You could also make an electric one by gutting an electric...
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    You can probably get a good deal on eBay for the...

    You can probably get a good deal on eBay for the hardware, since you are only planning to make one. Maybe get a better brain for the money.
  8. You can get unlimited internet access from...

    You can get unlimited internet access from T-Mobile for only $50 per month on top of your cell bill. This is by using a tethered connection with the phone via cable or bluetooth, not with a PCMCIA...
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    I believe that the Dell Latitude line still comes...

    I believe that the Dell Latitude line still comes with a serial port.
  10. Thread: Venison

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    If you kill it you might as well eat it.

    If you kill it you might as well eat it.
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    I wish that I could help you, but I don't use the...

    I wish that I could help you, but I don't use the function block programming. I program with a version of C called Neuron C, and use the program to compile that.
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    We are a UL508 panel shop and use NEMA 4 or 4X...

    We are a UL508 panel shop and use NEMA 4 or 4X Hoffman or Saginaw enclosures, and we have them painted after we drill and saw the front door. They are normal steel and we don't worry about the...
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    http://www.act-solutions.com/pdfs/arm/arm_spec.pdf

    http://www.act-solutions.com/pdfs/arm/arm_spec.pdf
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    It doesn't work well. You will get a lot of...

    It doesn't work well. You will get a lot of errors if you simply connect both masters to the single slave, though it will work some of the time.

    There is, however, a product you can get to...
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    What is an ASC? I know what they are. Neuron...

    What is an ASC?

    I know what they are. Neuron C only works with LON controllers.

    Visual Controls is the name of the program that I was referring to. You need to use that to compile your Neuron...
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    http://toothgrill.com/diamond_tooth_grill.jpg

    http://toothgrill.com/diamond_tooth_grill.jpg
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    I used to use those quite a bit. The software...

    I used to use those quite a bit. The software (at least the version I used, which is several years old at this point) was buggy, and requires a USB key. Their display can only be programmed in...
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    The hardware is the same, but you would have to...

    The hardware is the same, but you would have to purchase new firmware, and my guess is that that would cost you $800 or so.
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    I agree that personally owning tools is the way...

    I agree that personally owning tools is the way to go. I personally own all of mine too, even the mostly useless ones like the portable band saw and cordless reciprocating saw. I needed a hammer...
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    leejoy, I reviewed this manual:...

    leejoy,

    I reviewed this manual: http://www.aerco.com/cgi-bin/docsserv.cgi?idDocument=552. I don't know if this is what you have, but you will notice that on page 1-4, it references function code...
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    I seriously doubt that the Aerco rep has any idea...

    I seriously doubt that the Aerco rep has any idea of how to help you with that.

    With that said, here is something to try. Single point writes are supposed to, by original design, use the function...
  23. Thread: Fluke 771

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    Between the 1587 insulation meter and 787 process...

    Between the 1587 insulation meter and 787 process meter, I don't have any more money. The ironic part is that I use my T5-600 meter the most often because it is more convenient. I sold my 179...
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    There is nothing wrong with using 3-speed...

    There is nothing wrong with using 3-speed circulators, in fact, they possibly save money by allowing you to choose the most appropriate setting. However, you have to choose the speed you want in...
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    I set up the drives 20Hz to 60Hz typically, but I...

    I set up the drives 20Hz to 60Hz typically, but I send the speed signal as 0-100% and read back the speed signal as 0-100%. The drive ignores the speed signal until it reaches 33%. This way, I...
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