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  1. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlhvac View Post
    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
    i use an infocon easyio 30p or a spyder micro

  2. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlhvac View Post
    i use an infocon easyio 30p or a spyder micro
    My CCP system is the older CCPII which uses a remote discharge air temp sensor, duct static sensor, and bypass damper actuator. I believe it's the newer CCPIII that has the communicating UCM (Trane VAV UCM) controlling the bypass and reading the sensors. My thought was I would just pick up the signal from the existing static sensor, but I couldn't find a spec sheet on it, so I will probably just install my own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave2142 View Post
    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?
    i tried to email you the answer but your email bounced email me at dlhvac@ptd.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlhvac View Post
    when you bring the points into niagara before you name it look at the facets it says which enum you must write for each voyager function use the ax communtiy jar found online
    because you need to write 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 i believe if i remember 6, 7 are stage 1-2 heat
    3,4 are cool 1-2 1, fan off 2 fan continuos but when you bring the point in from being discovered it gives you the facets you need to do a boolean to enum switch setup to get all the functions took me alittle while the first time
    Does the econ automatically control when using the override enum point? I have a standard voyager enum that does not give any econ control options. Do I need to enable or disable any of the other econ points discovered to make econ function work?

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    If I'm not mistaken, the override control is the "test" function of the voyager/precedent unit. It's a test only that lasts for 60 minutes I believe.

    If you want to control the economizer, there is a boolean writable for econ control for either JACE/Local. If you put it in JACE control then there is a Enum writable for min position. It's been a minute since I've done one, so I could be mistaken.

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