ALC has a great replacement for the Microzone II Modules. It is called a WebZONE. You take the internal board out of Microzone and replace it with the Automated Logic WebZONE board and just like that is is now a ALC Module.
It's better then an ALC module. If you have the budget to replace them all this is the way to go. Slick replacement, all wiring , controller housing/terminal blocks and end devices remain. You might/probably have to run new comm.
"Open is as open does." - Forrest Gump "Can't we all just get a Lon?" - Garry Jack "BACnet: integration or interrogation?" - The Janitor "Open protocols? You can't handle open protocols!" - Nathan R. Jessup “What’s that? Aaa… open protocols? Don’t talk about…. open protocols? Are you kidding me? Open protocols? I just hope we can hardwire an interface!” - Jim Mora http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7fjDS0jKiE
We had two PEM's go out ( relay blew out a hole in its side) we ordered replacements and installed them with proper address but i guess there is some specific programming just for the PEMs ....does anyone have any on programming the PEM...please let me know ...email is in my profile...its running psi through a win98 computer off of the gcm8000
I could program the PEMs for you if you have one from a like application with a program in it already. It can be copied out and reloaded into a replacement PEM.
If anyone out there has a copy of zpsipc and or psi software they would sell, let me know.
I'm in Utah, the building with the network 8000 is in Orem. It's been pretty neglected, but so far it seems the control system is mostly working aside from some contractors hacking out parts, and some bad sensors.
If anyone is dealing with Network 8000, I worked on the stuff for 23 years. I know a lot about it. I may be interested in getting involved in projects if the money is right. Please respond if interested.