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    Hmm Triduim AX list

    Does any one know were I can acquire a list that will show me which controllers will integrate to triduim ax. Or a list of existing drivers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle Hightower View Post
    Does any one know were I can acquire a list that will show me which controllers will integrate to triduim ax. Or a list of existing drivers.
    You can create them for most things if you have in depth knowledge of it, but selling them is a different story.

    Read the specification section on the exceptions.

    http://www.tridium.com/galleries/dat...rDatasheet.pdf

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    For lonworks devices, there are pre-built objects from hundreds of manufacturers, plus any lonmark device can be brought in as a dynamic device.

    Here's an old list from 2006, just to give you an idea.
    Contact Tridium directly, or your local OEM channel partner for an updated list.
    Attached Images Attached Images

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    Perfect, thanks guys

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    Digo's list is Tridium/Vykon specific and is a bit conservative on reality. The OEM AX channel has more/better solutions to offer on many things for their specific tree.

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    Tbox, Tbox, Tbox......

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    Thanks for the list this actually answers a previous question I had.

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    Anyone know where I can find more information on developing drivers. I am pretty sure it is out of my league, but I would like to read more about it.

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    Check Tridium's web site. I think they sell a developer kit and training class.

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    I give up!

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    Confused basment drivers

    Does any one have have a list of companys or individuals that are building third party drivers

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    What are you going on about Ninax? What is Tbox? Semaphore stuff?
    He who asks a question is a fool for five minutes. He who does not ask any questions is a fool forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle Hightower View Post
    Does any one have have a list of companys or individuals that are building third party drivers
    Here's what I can come up with off the top of my head. Not all of these have drivers, but they have all developed software products for Niagara AX:

    quicksilverintegrations.com
    activelogix.com
    enforma.com
    dglogik.com
    archenergy.com
    korsengineering.com
    csicubed.com

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