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  1. #1
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    old hussmann controller

    am looking for info as much as possible about a hussmann controller
    that sits on racks as for back as early 90's called epic2000
    it just reads psi goes into alarm or set back and has a defrost-
    clock on the bottom

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    I vaguely remember them..........isn't it an EPC2000, or am I off base right out of the chute?
    Not sure of exactly how much help I can be though.

    Whatcha ya got going on?
    Last edited by markettech; 04-18-2008 at 11:46 PM.

  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by gatorfan9606 View Post
    am looking for info as much as possible about a hussmann controller
    that sits on racks as for back as early 90's called epic2000
    it just reads psi goes into alarm or set back and has a defrost-
    clock on the bottom
    The defrost part is fiber optic.

    We are demo'ing these alot lately and cutting over to more modern controllers.

    Once you get into them they are very simple but ,are frustrating to navigate through.

    The password is something like 71962

    In short , their time has come to go away...in shorter..I hate them

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    just running into alot of problems with them your right they are useless
    but i got 5 stores with them i need to know how to reprogram the defrost clock
    i got 2 that are acting up.thinking of throwing in some rmcc i know they old but cost wise not bad

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    Gawd they are awkward to "key " through aren't they?. Try to get them to ditch that thing and upgrade , or throw some clocks in there.

    Do us all a favor...I might move there someday

  6. #6
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    I emailed you a manual. Hopefully you get it this file is kind of big.
    I agree with these guys. Sounds like a good opportunity to propose some upgrades.
    Good Luck

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    thx for the info guys

  8. #8
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    I did a fibertronic turn around to E2 a while back and what a pain in the rear. There is more than meets the eye at first glance so be real careful. I recommend some cold beer for the study... I didn't keep the files on this machine but could possibly find something in the old computer if you get desperate.

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