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  1. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by CMORAN View Post
    Thanks for the reply. I believe it is PXC16.2-E.A. On the 10S display it says BACnet 3.2 so I'm hoping that it will have BACnet capabilities; however, I've read that a license has to be installed to enable BACnet comms through the port. I guess I'll know more once I get to it through HYPERTERM.

    Thanks for the info.
    Yes a license is required to be able to communicate Bacnet

  2. #28
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    Is connecting to the device via TelNet, the same as using the DESIGO firmware download tool, and choosing terminal once connected? What functionality does it provide?

  3. #29
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    Telnet is hyper terminal via the command prompt over the Ethernet.

  4. #30
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    Apologies, I meant hyper terminal. What functionality does it provide to you when connected to a Siemens PXC though please?

  5. #31
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    Full functionality via Hyperterminal. Of course, you can't backup\restore databases.
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  6. #32
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    Are the controllers you're referring to Apogee devices? It's just I have a PXC-128u on the bench at work, and when I read this thread, thought I would give it a try, but to no avail. Mine is a PX Desigo device, replacement for Visonik.

  7. #33
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    Wow desigo Is already here ? I have heard our office are starting to train our techs on it. I have worked for Siemens Building Automations for around 15 years so if anyone has some question about any I our parts maybe I can help just send me a message. I work out in the field everyday.

  8. #34
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    Are there any PXC controllers that have manual knobs like some MEC controllers? As in being able to manually modulate 0-10V output.

  9. #35
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    Are there any PXC controllers that have manual knobs like some MEC controllers? As in being able to manually modulate 0-10V output.

    Yes there is a part that takes the battery cover of the PXC and adds HOA switches. I do not have a part number.

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