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  1. #1
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    old carrier system

    Was given a job to fix an old carrier system that was not working at all. On site computer is running the old dos building supervisor III.
    Most of the thermostats were set to address zero and a lot of them were also set to broadcast time, request time and broadcast acknowledgment. ( all at once )

    reset everything so now there is no overlap in addresses, and set one with the time clock to be the only time broadcaster and requester. I set another thermostat on the other side of the building to be a broadcast acknowledger. Everything seems to be okay now and is working.

    my only question is im not sure about the schedules. do i set the schedule on one and change it to be schedule 70 ( for exmaple ) and set it to broadcast that schedule? Then on the rooms i want to follow that schedule I just change the schedule number to be 70?

    also does anyone have the old network service tool III? I don't mind it only running in dos since I will run it inside a virtual machine.

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    Western PA
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    Southeastern Pa
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    Looks like a candidate for the controls forum....?
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    Mount Airy, MD
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    Thread relocated to the Controls forum

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