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    Jace 6 or 7?

    I am trying to decide which Jace to go with and need some help deciding.
    I will be controlling 18 AI, 10 AO, 18 BO, and 15 BI through logic on the jace. Besides that I will be importing points from 2 boilers and a chiller over MS/TP.
    The real reason I'm considering the 700 though is that I will have 35 EasyIO 30P's, which are stand alone controllers. Each one controlling an air handler. I will be importing all these points into the Jace through Sedona and have graphics for them all. I don't know how much RAM it will take to keep up with all communications.
    What is your guys thoughts on this?

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    if yr using Bacnet IP for the EasyIOs then gut-feeling says a 600 should romp it in.

    if yr doing MSTP then ...er...maybe not...depends
    1 + 1 = 3 ( *** for very large values of 1)

    ...everybody wants a box of chocolates and long stemmed rose

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    I will be using tcom to communicate with the 30P's which is the essentially using Sedona, this way every point is accessible in the Jace. I will also be eliminating all NDIO/NRIO and moving everything to 30P's so the chiller and boiler plants will be standalone.

    Does anyone have experience with a large system like this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuNGRYTeCH View Post
    Does anyone have experience with a large system like this?
    ...be safe then and use a 700

    yes, actually we are doing one the same size right now and using a 700.
    This will run bacnet, Lon and modbus concurrently

    typically we use bacnet simply because the overrides work better.
    1 + 1 = 3 ( *** for very large values of 1)

    ...everybody wants a box of chocolates and long stemmed rose

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