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    Hmm Connecting Metasys to 2 new Weil Mclain Ultra 750's

    Hi,

    I am new to BMS and have been tasked with upgrading from 2 Cleaverbrooks oil burners to Weil Mclain Ultra 750's.

    The installation is complete and fired the units up this morning.

    Now I need to tie them into the BMS.

    I am running and old metasys system hyper terminal 5.1 to control the facility.

    What I am looking to do is wire the new WM boilers into the existing metasys.

    I am also planning to upgrade to an NAE should I do that first?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Andrew

    www.paladincenter.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paladincenter View Post
    Hi,

    I am new to BMS and have been tasked with upgrading from 2 Cleaverbrooks oil burners to Weil Mclain Ultra 750's.

    The installation is complete and fired the units up this morning.

    Now I need to tie them into the BMS.

    I am running and old metasys system hyper terminal 5.1 to control the facility.

    What I am looking to do is wire the new WM boilers into the existing metasys.

    I am also planning to upgrade to an NAE should I do that first?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Andrew

    www.paladincenter.com
    I am controlling 4 ultras from a metasys UNT1144-0 It has 4 0-10vdc outputs which we use to control the firing rate of each boiler. We also monitor the alarm contact on each boiler so the EMS can know if a boiler is locked out.

    The building headend controller is an FX-60 which works well with all of the N2 bus devices we have. There is a default program in the UNT to control the boilers with outdoor air reset, but we wrote some custom control objects in the FX that do a better job of deciding how many boilers to run and which ones have the least hours on them.

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    One of the problems I've seen with running boilers by which one has the least amount of hours is during a download. Then all the hours ar set to zero and system doesn't know what to do. I've always put a command to select boilers if all the hours are the same.

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