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    An MP581 to Jace Integration Question

    We've loaded the programs into the MP581, and can discover the MP581/Neuron ID, but when we do an AX Discovery, all the Vars
    (Variables) come in as zero.
    Also, this Lon trunk has Honeywell Spyders on it also.
    Anybody run across this before?
    TIA for any help.
    Jogas
    Four wheel therapy, my 1968 Camaro is gone and will be missed

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    Are you passing the points out in TGP? MP581 does not pass any points automatically. You have to program in every point. ie. IN1 Supply Air Temp write to NVOSupply Air Temp (whatever the point is called)., etc...

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrooloose View Post
    Are you passing the points out in TGP? MP581 does not pass any points automatically. You have to program in every point. ie. IN1 Supply Air Temp write to NVOSupply Air Temp (whatever the point is called)., etc...
    THANKS!
    I did not know that.
    Do you do that in the Rover Configuration Editor?
    Is there a PDF on how to do it?
    Jogas
    Four wheel therapy, my 1968 Camaro is gone and will be missed

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    If you know your way around the configuration tool it is pretty straight forward. Drop an nvo on the screen, select the snvt type and connect the input to it.
    "Controls is a lifestyle not a job" -klrogers

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    Quote Originally Posted by dapper View Post
    If you know your way around the configuration tool it is pretty straight forward. Drop an nvo on the screen, select the snvt type and connect the input to it.
    So it is in the pulldown menu. No problem.
    I'm in the middle of a Boiler Central Plant Sequence in AX.
    Now I know what to expect when I get out the old laptop.
    Thanks.
    Jogas
    Four wheel therapy, my 1968 Camaro is gone and will be missed

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