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    Question Xl15c

    Hi
    Does anyone know where I can get step by step instructions on programing
    the XL15C? Control and logic loops ,math functions , etc.
    Thanks
    Gary

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    Here: http://customer.honeywell.com/techli...0s/74-3679.pdf.

    That said, in my opinion, that controller is a nightmare for programming and especially diagnostics. I'd replace it with something decent before I'd try to program it.

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    Are you programming with Lonspec or AX?

    I agree with ctrlguy, it is not user friendly to program but once you do it a few times it starts making sense. For the I/O count it is an economical plant controller.
    Go Rangers!

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    I am new to the Moneywell program and this was presented as about the only freely programmable basic unit. Can you suggest another.

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    Honeywell Spyder. But it depends on your I/O count and if you are using WEBS or AX as per lwarren's question.

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    JCI Field Devices

    The Johnson Controls field devices are great...... once you finally figure out how to program them. The family is all freely programable and you pick N2 or Lon. Only pick Lon if you like additional pain. Here is an FX07 & FX15. I have never attached files on this page, I hope it works.
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    I use the Distech freely programmable controllers.

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    Suprtec,

    Try this link from Honeywell for an XL15C simulator (you'll have to log in, anyone can sign up).
    http://customer.honeywell.com/Busine...+Simulator.htm
    Also, I have some training docs that will be helpful to you. If your interested drop me an email at woodcock_m (at) hotmail.com

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    Are you a new Honeywell dealer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by simsd View Post
    Are you a new Honeywell dealer?
    If you were asking me...no, I'm not a dealer. I'm employed by a mechanical company and we service and install honeywell lcbs equipment.

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    Sorry,

    The question was for suprtech.

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    Yes we're a new HW dealer. I took the Tridium class in Virgina and some class's in our area. I just need to program a few controllers with the help of our vendor.
    Maybe it's just me but it seems like it could be little more user friendly.

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    So have you taken the Spyder Class?

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