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  1. #1
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    Carrier i-Vu 6.0 Beta Testing

    Has anyone had a chance to test drive the Carrier i-Vu Open 6.0 version
    comming out of Beta yet?

    From what I have seen looks to be a substiantial improvement.

    What I did not hear about is if it will support 64 bit OS platforms.
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    When I was younger "Beta" was pretty cool. Nowadays, I'm not really interested until 2.x
    UA LU 562

  3. #3
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    I saw the Liebertized version called SiteScan. The interface is a little different and the big deal is multi browser support so it will work in Safari, Chrome, Firefox etc. I understand getting it working on the ipad (and thus about any tablet with webkit browser) is a big priority as well.

    x64? Both SiteScan and WebCTRL have had x64 support starting with v5, odd they would leave that out of the sister product.
    Scott Jalbert
    Harris Integrated Solutions

    Formerly Liebert (Emerson Network Power)
    Expressed opinions are my own

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    This is what I hear;

    Should work with multiple browsers
    Live Logic with the Field Assistant Tool
    BACnet Point counting GONE !!!! (I hope that is true)
    One of the versions will be installable without the "appliance box" (about time)
    Will support BACnet discovery of non "16" vendor number BACnet instances
    Support for the new ZS product line (apparetly not as robustly as in WC)
    Although not confirmed, a reasonable upgrade cost path
    A cleaner path for i-Vu CCN and i-Vu Open BACnet platform engagement
    (this should create a more simplified approach to bring older legacy CCN systems into the new i-Vu platform = MORE Projects)
    Anyway it all sounds good.
    Only issue that I am not to sure of is the direction of the ZS product line.
    If the RS buss is staying "non-BACnet" this "feels like" the old BAS school idea of keeping certian products
    to one brand only, which is opposite of the direction the industry is going.
    "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit" Aristotle

    Remember to "Pay it Forward"; help out the newer generation of techs, remember someone during our career helped us! ("Pay it Forward" was by someone smarter than me!!)

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