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    Do you have the enclosure? Usually the number you...

    Do you have the enclosure? Usually the number you need is on the enclosure on a white label.

    Edit: the R designation for schematics is resistor so I'm guessing it's a thermistor.
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    Put your email address in your profile.

    Put your email address in your profile.
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    Very odd, not only do I have customers using the...

    Very odd, not only do I have customers using the self signed key I had to set up a site with a genuine signed key a couple weeks ago. All worked great but that one was 6.1 I think and as it's a base...
  4. Thread: laptop setup

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    Seconded. I used to us VMware also but presently...

    Seconded. I used to us VMware also but presently using Virtual Box which works great too. They both pass through regular COM ports for your service tools just fine.

    Really just using that for the...
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    Good news, thanks.

    Good news, thanks.
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    Was that site ever updated to 6 or 6.1? How did...

    Was that site ever updated to 6 or 6.1? How did that Integration fare?
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    Does what you have look like this? ...

    Does what you have look like this?

    http://www.automatedlogic.com/files/documents/products/lgr_cs_r10_hires.pdf/

    That's good enough to read the markings for DIP switches and it says S1 for MS/TP.
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    Glad you all are working on it, thanks. Just...

    Glad you all are working on it, thanks.

    Just this week I was going over security on our tech computers and trying to get people to be smarter about malvertising.
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    Looks like that's the key. Once we moved past v6...

    Looks like that's the key. Once we moved past v6 with dynamic bindings it's binding the points to a device instance even though you are giving it a static network number/MAC.

    666011

    And in the...
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    S1 on the LGR is the only one that can do MS/TP....

    S1 on the LGR is the only one that can do MS/TP. All the other stuff I mentioned has to be done too.
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    Unique device instance number question

    For the longest time I had the understanding that device instance numbers can not be repeated anywhere in a BACnet system.

    Had a conversation with someone today saying that if it's on another...
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    In sitebuilder you can turn on the view options...

    In sitebuilder you can turn on the view options for BBMD and it will tell you on the net tree.
    OR
    In the web page use manual command "BBMD view" at the BACnet IP level to see what modules were...
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    Oh, and add the MSTP network in the LGR so it...

    Oh, and add the MSTP network in the LGR so it knows it's a router...
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    Is it wired to S1 on the LGR? DIP switch for...

    Is it wired to S1 on the LGR? DIP switch for MS/TP turned on? Set the MS/TP baud in the LGR in the hyperterminal menu?
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    BACnet/IP would be the simplest choice sure, but...

    BACnet/IP would be the simplest choice sure, but for some reason I got stuck on MS/TP. Both allow the ALC front end to remain in place which would be required to service the system.
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    Right. See my reply in the other thread.

    Right. See my reply in the other thread.
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    That's one way of doing it. Very disruptive and...

    That's one way of doing it. Very disruptive and high on labor...

    Another option is to add or have the ALC tech add a MS/TP network to one of those LGR25's out of port S1 (assuming they aren't both...
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    I hear you, what's the point of having the JACE?...

    I hear you, what's the point of having the JACE? Also taken a step further if it's going to end up in ALC what's the point of going third party at all? The low cost option completely skipping all the...
  19. If everything is working it's worth it. The...

    If everything is working it's worth it. The hardware can still be found used and ALC repairs it sill. I've found ALC legacy support to be pretty good.

    It's the first step to the new stuff anyway,...
  20. Based on that answers you might want the local...

    Based on that answers you might want the local dealer instead of flying out.

    Locked I/O has nothing to do with it. Manual command "modstat" and ARCnet reconfigs is half way down.

    New drivers...
  21. Does the router even see the MAC address of those...

    Does the router even see the MAC address of those modules on the network? Does the router to those or their siblings show a lot of ARCnet reconfiguration in the last hour? Might not be a stable...
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    At first glance that is what I needed, thank you.

    At first glance that is what I needed, thank you.
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    Trane TR150 IOM request

    Looked all over and found BACnet info for it but I can't seem to locate a IOM for a Trane TR150. It's in a climate changer CSAA035UB if that helps, I'll be able to get the full numbers off the drive...
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    So this is a SM4 sounds like. Can you see points...

    So this is a SM4 sounds like. Can you see points with these names? X = the port number on the SiteLink the UPS is plugged into.

    Output Voltage A-B: BS04_x
    Output Voltage B-C: BS05_x
    Output...
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    Single UPS module or multi module with system...

    Single UPS module or multi module with system control cabinet? I might have some time to look at the points list tomorrow.

    You were looking for amp readings for load, DC bus and rectifier?
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    What was the three letter product type for that...

    What was the three letter product type for that UPS? MM4 or SM3 for example? TLOG isn't ringing any bells for me. If it showed up in BACnet explorer it's probably not proprietary.
  27. If it's anything like WebCTRL; In your first...

    If it's anything like WebCTRL; In your first screen shot click the trends action button on top and then there should be an enable/disable tab below that. On that page is where the buffer sizes and...
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    Just use some other software to do a discovery,...

    Just use some other software to do a discovery, there is a list of tools on this site here somewhere.

    What you need for example is Temperature is the BACnet point named BS01_x where x = the port...
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    None I'm aware of for 6.0 or 6.1. You could try...

    None I'm aware of for 6.0 or 6.1. You could try other browsers but I'd more likely think there was a problem with the new key. I've never made my own key but the process doesn't look friendly. I've...
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    Did the Liebert tech give you a spreadsheet of...

    Did the Liebert tech give you a spreadsheet of the BACnet objects? The way ALC auto generates object ID I don't think they have any printed documentation for that like they do modbus. The closest you...
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    Orion, I'll just leave this right here for you. ...

    Orion, I'll just leave this right here for you.

    https://events.ccc.de/congress/2015/Fahrplan/events/7229.html

    C3 is going on this week, thankfully I didn't see too much worse than this in the...
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    I have a personal avoidance of anything...

    I have a personal avoidance of anything Netgear/Dlink/Linksys/Belkin networking equipment. The hardware is crap and on average they don't update firmware after there are proven security problems. Not...
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    I heard somewhere ASHRAE went back to the drawing...

    I heard somewhere ASHRAE went back to the drawing board on BACnet security because it was darn near impossible to implement in real life.

    BACnet over the internet by forwarding ports though NAT...
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    Do the ones that work say they are deluxe system...

    Do the ones that work say they are deluxe system 3 like this one above does? That sounds like the monitor package is emulating the older LAM advanced micro units, they can do that for compatibility...
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    Did it show up in a walk? You could see about...

    Did it show up in a walk?

    You could see about updating the firmware, they post it to the site still I think.
  36. Maybe I'm wrong on that, I don't remember much on...

    Maybe I'm wrong on that, I don't remember much on legacy LAN variable addressing.

    I just looked at a system using overrides and for example in a zone (CMnet 1,16,6,1) they had a LAN analog...
  37. If I remember right that 4,7 decodes to CMnet...

    If I remember right that 4,7 decodes to CMnet address 4 program 7 in the module. Does CMnet address 4 program 7 exist?
  38. Once you have written something there it should...

    Once you have written something there it should be able to be read, least that's the way it used to work.
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    As long as all this gets back to BACnet/IP...

    As long as all this gets back to BACnet/IP through the new routers you can document the new routers in SiteBuilder and still talk to the building using WebCTRL through those third party routers. No...
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    Yes, they are all holding registers.

    The document you posted has page 24 for the setpoint set registers, these you write to. They aren't intended to ever be read, and if they were never written...
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    IT knowledge helps in controls but it's a small...

    IT knowledge helps in controls but it's a small piece of the picture in the life of a HVAC controls tech.

    I'm currently searching for solutions to get our techs some entry level knowledge but a...
  42. They are on the dealer site under support,...

    They are on the dealer site under support, downloads, previous versions, SuperVision v2.6 updates. Looks like all the floppy disks are there.
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    kontrolphreaks solution still works for dynamic...

    kontrolphreaks solution still works for dynamic situations but you must add a dynamic service. Two components to this service, first is the outside name that points to your dynamic outside IP...
  44. ICW won't have an issue but then it's on the tech...

    ICW won't have an issue but then it's on the tech to put things in the right place. This is admittedly splitting hairs.



    That is unfortunate. What we do is have a virtual machine, using...
  45. First reason is lame but I heard from someone it...

    First reason is lame but I heard from someone it wasn't a good idea to use that one. The file WebCTRL actually downloads into the module is the one in m68 so if you start with it then you know your...
  46. Welcome to ALC legacy, everything is about ten...

    Welcome to ALC legacy, everything is about ten steps harder. Copied from my notes:

    1. Obtain the XXX.fb file from the M68 directory on the server. Go to the server or use WebDAV, you can't get it...
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    A current ME-LGR25 would do it, it has the...

    A current ME-LGR25 would do it, it has the ability to do expanders. Going to cost more than that eBay module though.

    It all hinges on being able to get the software from the OEM. If you can't get...
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    Is the point expander wired to the Left 5 pin...

    Is the point expander wired to the Left 5 pin port on the IO Controller E? If so you are likely right but I wasn't aware OEM had module expander driver for the IO Controller E but anything is...
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    Definitely. The I/O 8168-R module I am...

    Definitely.



    The I/O 8168-R module I am not familiar with but I think you will find one of them has some intelligence built in and isn't simply an expander. It would be connected to the ARCnet...
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    Well the I/O Controller E is also an ethernet/IP...

    Well the I/O Controller E is also an ethernet/IP to ARCnet router that has one third party communication port that can talk different protocols. It's based on the older 2mb memory CPU and has the...
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