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    Siebe/Invensys/ TAC/ Snieder/ Micronet MN-FLO3T MN-CIM converter

    Does anyone have a MN-CIM converter for sale for talking to a Micronet VAV Controller or know a workaround with a new device? I have the Mnet-CI software.

    Thank you!

    Rike

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    That thing only uses two wires and a standard serial port. I gave mine up when I left the last site I worked at with NW8K. It shouldn't be too hard to make one if you know what wires go to what pins. You may have to use alligator clips to connect it to the zone sensor because you won't have the headphone jack connector.
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    rontech

    Quote Originally Posted by rikenz View Post
    Does anyone have a MN-CIM converter for sale for talking to a Micronet VAV Controller or know a workaround with a new device? I have the Mnet-CI software.

    Thank you!

    Rike
    The MN-CIM is a convertor, the micronet bus is 12vdc and serial is 5v, do not try to connect them direct. Since I have MN-CIM I haven't needed to find out what it is but believe its proprietary and not a standard 485 convertor.
    Have the customer contact a Schnieder IFO(independent field office) to purchase a MN-CIM is probably your best bet.

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    Yes I have one if you still are in need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wbrown View Post
    Yes I have one if you still are in need.
    Great! Yes I am still in need
    Please email me privately.

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    Thanks again wbrown!

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    Your welcome, again.

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    Has anyone found a source for the MN-CIM or an off the shelf converter or workaround?
    Thanks..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronjodu View Post
    Has anyone found a source for the MN-CIM or an off the shelf converter or workaround?
    Thanks..
    Happen to have a MN-CIM converter. Haven't used it in over 10 years

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    Send me a message with how much you want for it
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    If it is still available please contact me.
    ronjodu@yahoo.com

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    I suppose I'll pop back into this thread with a request for a MN-CIM cable assy. If anyone has one for sale, please email me with asking price.

    Email

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    Has anyone located these? MN-CIM or the specifications so I can possibly make one? Is it just passing RS-232 through, or something more?

    We have several 8000 systems still in use, with hundreds of heat pumps, and would like a second one as a spare.

    Thanks in advance

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