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    Occ/Unocc

    I have an NAE55 with a TEC2101-3 thermostat on the trunk. These are non-programmable thermostats that are sent its occ/unocc command from the NAE55 time schedule. I can't seem to get these to go into unoccupied mode. Any ideas?

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    Map in BD3. ST0 Unocc/ST1 Occpd. Boiler plate TEC2100 points below, applies to most TEC2100's


    *ADI 1 Room Temperature ZN-T deg F
    ADI 2 Outdoor Temperature OA-T deg F
    ADI 3 Heating SP OHTG-SP deg F
    ADI 4 Cooling SP OCLG-SP deg F
    ADI 5 Setback Heating SP UHTG-SP deg F
    ADI 6 Setback Cooling SP UCLG-SP deg F
    *ADI 7 Minimum Heating SP MnHeatSP deg F
    ADI 8 Maximum Heating SP MxHeatSP deg F
    ADI 9 Minimum Cooling SP MnCoolSP deg F
    *ADI 10 Maximum Cooling SP MxCoolSP deg F

    BD 1 Fan Mode Fan auto on
    BD 2 System Mode Mode tecmode
    BD 3 Occupancy Command OCC-C unc occ
    *BD 4 Htg Stage 1 Cmd Status HTG1-C off on
    *BD 5 Htg Stage 2 Cmd Status HTG2-C off on
    *BD 6 Clg Stage 1 Cmd Status CLG1-C off on
    *BD 7 Clg Stage 2 Cmd Status CLG2-C off on
    *BD 8 Fan Command Status SF-C off on
    BD 9 Temperature Units Units c f
    *BD 10 Temp Occupied Status TOCC-S off on
    If sense were so common everyone would have it !

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    I have the point mapped in, but its not triggering from the NAE

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    Is there a schedule associated to it ? Try and Override and see if it work's. It's been a while since I Screwed up an NAE so I'm sort of guessing at this point.

    Wait for greater minds than mine to reply.
    If sense were so common everyone would have it !

    All opinions expressed are my own. Any advice provided is based on personal experience, generally accepted fact or publicly available information. As such, it is worth exactly what you paid for it, not a penny more not a penny less !!

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    Yes I can override it manually at the NAE, there is something wrong with the schedule and Im not sure how to fix it

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    nevermind I figured it out thanks

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