I'm having a bit of trouble trying to get the PCG2621 application to run independently, such that specific commands are not "overwritten" by the Front End FX60.
What I am noticing is that when the program is not connected to the FX60, I can simulate and verify the proper sequence that I want.
However, I am in the preliminary stages of integrating it onto the FX60, by discovering the controller, adding it to the network, and scanning the points to add.
What I notice here, is that when one of my equipment should be ON, the FX60 points list shows that it is OFF. This point is override-able, and so it is displayed with "Off @16". This is the current state; OFF, when it should be ON.
I am only on my first controller, and purposely added a single point to test this specific issue, trying to find a way around it. I hope that someone else has encountered the same issue.
When I connect to the PCG2621 controller, either via Bluetooth, or through a bacnet commissioning device, I can see that my program is "trying" to turn ON the pump, but the "HW" part is overwritten as OFF.
Is this the side effect of having the FX60 on the network? All I did was add the command point (that's able to be overwritten), but I did not test the override ability yet.
What I want is to allow the operator the ability to override the command point, but otherwise, the command point itself will switch to on or off, depending on what my application wants.
Would "Restore Command Procedure" be the reason? I can't see this being the case, because it is only valid if the controller loses all power, and starts up without the FX60 being online.