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Thread: Honeywell Cbus

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    Honeywell Cbus

    Is there a translator or does AX have a cbus version? I have a customer with old XL50s and they want to tie it into a web based front end. right now it is dialup.

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    C-bus to AX


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    seems to be the same device from the same manufacturer probably.

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    Thank you both. does anyone know where I can get these?

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    New to me. I am calling my distributor right now. He is calling Tridium. I could use one right now.

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    C-Bus to AX

    I have never used one myself, but I do know that not all functionality is supported by these devices.
    In particular, there is no support for time schedule editing.
    I would check very carefully before promising full integration.
    There are ways around this however by getting the Jace to write to the desired pseudopoint and then removing the time switchpoints from any time schedule.
    I bet if you dig a little deeper there are some other functions that you cant do either.
    For instance, do you need to back the datafiles up to the supervisor?, burn to Eprom? start/stop the RACL?

    If you want to get hold of one, try them direct.

    Keith

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    There always has to be a hang up.

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