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  1. #105
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    Have over 50 installed at different sites all work flawlessly and yes they talk sedona modbus and bacnet all at the same time the new ones due out will have its own html5 graphics engine and it own workbench that will no longer have to have ax workbench

  2. #106
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlhvac View Post
    new ones due out will have its own html5 graphics engine and it own workbench that will no longer have to have ax workbench
    Do you have any information, brochures or spec sheets, on these new controllers. I just got into the EasyIO system and have been asking around about these controllers but just keep hearing that they are going to be awesome without any "proof". I am just curious about them. So far, I do like the EasyIO controllers and Sedona is pretty sweet. Programming is a breeze and integration is very simple too.

  3. #107
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    Quote Originally Posted by HuNGRYTeCH View Post
    Do you have any information, brochures or spec sheets, on these new controllers. I just got into the EasyIO system and have been asking around about these controllers but just keep hearing that they are going to be awesome without any "proof". I am just curious about them. So far, I do like the EasyIO controllers and Sedona is pretty sweet. Programming is a breeze and integration is very simple too.
    THE CONTROLLERS WILL BE OUT AT THE SHOW IN DALLAS IM BETA TESTING A PROTOTYPE

  4. #108
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlhvac View Post
    THE CONTROLLERS WILL BE OUT AT THE SHOW IN DALLAS IM BETA TESTING A PROTOTYPE
    What SHOW are you referring to?
    "It's not that I'm smart, it's that I stay with the problem longer”
    Albert Einstein

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    Quote Originally Posted by xarralu View Post
    What SHOW are you referring to?
    the ashrae show

  6. #110
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    Quote Originally Posted by xarralu View Post
    What SHOW are you referring to?
    the ashrae show sent you an email

  7. #111
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    Awesome! Thanks for the info I appreciate it.

  8. #112
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    What is the lowest cycles per second the 30P should running. I have one that I may just be asking too much from, running 4-5 cps in the benchmark.

  9. #113
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac69 View Post
    What is the lowest cycles per second the 30P should running. I have one that I may just be asking too much from, running 4-5 cps in the benchmark.
    I've been told a minimum of 7 cycles and thats pushing it. Below that its going to freeze or crash. You can probably free up some room by dividing your program up into more folders, that seems to help a little bit. What all are you doing to be running that low?

  10. #114
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    Two loops for valves, 2 separate 2 pump lead lag based off max run time with failure changeover, manual reset and notification, alarm for high and low limit and sensor failures, boiler staging with rotating first on. Only using Sedona network. I will try to split it into a couple more folders.

  11. #115
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    Does anyone know what these new FG controllers will cost?

  12. #116
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    Quote Originally Posted by HuNGRYTeCH View Post
    I've been told a minimum of 7 cycles and thats pushing it. Below that its going to freeze or crash. You can probably free up some room by dividing your program up into more folders, that seems to help a little bit. What all are you doing to be running that low?
    There is also a V2 Easyio30P that has a better processor and more memory; it can easily recognised by a blue run light instead of green.

    My experience is that using the modbus comms on the controller tends to use a fair amount of cycles.

    1 program I have written maxed out a V1 and is down to about 8-9 cycles on a V2; when I have the time it will be rewritten smarter and more efficiently.

    Dazza

  13. #117
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    Assuming that the EasyIO FG controllers you mentioned are what they are referring to as "The Beast", they are supposed to be about 30% more than the 30Ps. Last I heard was that they are supposed to be released at ASHRAE.

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