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    Doe anyone have a favorite communicating thermostat?

    Has anyone used the Honeywell Lon Subbase or know how to find the XIF?


    [Edited by globe trotter on 10-12-2006 at 10:52 PM]

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    "Has anyone used the Honeywell Lon Subbase or know how to find the XIF?"

    Which one, Q7300 or t7350 ?

    You can find them both here:
    link

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    The Honeywell thermostat was the first LON product I used. Using Lonspec or Lonstat leaves alot to be desired; for instance you cannot turn the stat off. You can lower the set point but you cant turn it off. Lonmaker should get you to all of the information. Lon Man

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    My company offers a communicating thermostat that can do either LON or BACnet MSTP. If you are interested please feel free to contact us. Company name is Lynxspring, Inc. and website is http://www.lynxspring.com.

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    tshort,
    could you please direct me as to where on your website I can see details of this thermostat?

    I see alot of sensors in the product section but a thermostat, I can not seem to find,

    Thanks.

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    Go to Viconics website for a thermostat that communicates with open protocol.

    It's a stand-alone stat that communicates.

    Readily available from many vendors without any contractural obligations. Viconics

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    I'll second the Viconics products. Well thought out, well designed and well made.

    (not affiliated, I just buy them 'cause they work )

    Nikko

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    Lightbulb Com stat's

    Viconics now has a new WEB site dedicated to communicating thermostats including a forum section.

    http://www.communicatingthermostat.com

    They are more application specific devices packaged in a wall thermostat inclosure.

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    Viconics sales visited my office several months ago and my good friend went to work for them as a salesman.

    Cliff


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    Frown

    What I wouldn't give for a t-stat that has a RTC, 7day scheduler, Optimum start and scheduler events that could be edited from a NVI/NCI. That last part seem to be a problem for some reason.

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    Dear,we are manufacturer on communication thermostats,and the wiring of them it is easiest,two cables will be with power and signal.You can click at http://www.trywin.cn/en/index.html,they are standard Modbus Protocol.

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    Is there a demo version of the trywin software?

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    About the software Demo

    Dear Dazza,yes,we have the demo,I don't know if you can open?http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMTYwNTM0NDYw.html.As it is China website.Anyway,have a try,if still can't,tell me about your email ADD,then I email you it.
    Last edited by susantrywin; 04-27-2010 at 01:41 AM.

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