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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlhvac View Post
    Sorry but i dont give away stations that ive done but it is doable to integrate all that you stated
    Thanks again for your help. I'm thinking the Jace 2 with comm4 driver may be the best solution. So if I needed support for the driver after purchase, I would contact infocon?

  2. #15
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    dll, does the comm4 driver allow the jace to see all the points the customer would be accustomed to seeing through their old Tracer Summit front end? For example, the fan status of the RTU on a CCP?

  3. #16
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    I would use a six if you are putting graphics on it if noy jace 2 should work watch your java heap and busy time on the jace comm four is a reource hog

  4. #17
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    The zoning and rtu overides are done in the jace

  5. #18
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    You can see more of the voyager and reliatel points than with tranes software

  6. #19
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    Approx 80 or more points per rtu all the diagnostic alarms and you can also reset diagnostic faults

  7. #20
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    Stale data issues

    I have 2 sites where we are using the comm4 driver. Everything works fine at times but I get a lot of stale data issues which keep the devices from going into occupancy and such. I have tried everything to no avail. Infocon has remoted in and made changes several times, it works for a little while and then goes out again. I think the issue might be poor communications wiring but just looking for some ideas. It seems some of you have good working systems could you just send me a list of the driver parameters you are using so I can see if that fixes things?

  8. #21
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    Does the install have trane purple wire if not your on your own

  9. #22
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    9600 8 none 1

  10. #23
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    worked well have done a bunch since then 12 or 13

  11. #24
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    dllhvac, can you tell me what the range and output is of the Trane Velocity/Static pressure sensor is? I realize the sensor can output either velocity or static pressure based on a 90 degree rotation. I just can't find the voltage and velocity or static range. I tried searching around with no results.

  12. #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by gmcmickle View Post
    Thanks again for your help. I'm thinking the Jace 2 with comm4 driver may be the best solution. So if I needed support for the driver after purchase, I would contact infocon?
    yes but usually the supply house you purchase the driver from is the first contact i use broudy supply in philadelphia, also cochrane supply in mich has the driver

  13. #26
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    the sensor has the output rating right on it i cannot recall offhand but the bypass damper cannot be controlled by the jace you must replace this controller with another the ccp panel previously controlled the bypass the new touch screen tracker has a comm4 communicating bypass damper that can be discovered and set

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