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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
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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.

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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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