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    york chiller remote reset

    does anyone know of a way to do a remote reset of alarms on a York chiller YCAS

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    Glad you found some humor.
    Im hoping the BACnet card will report the alarm message, so were not resetting this blind.
    The little toggle switches built into the main board are the current means to reset. Far tests seem to indicate that the alarm condition is held through a power cycle (or atleast a short power cycle). Still if that works I may install a relay that will kill the power to the main board for the few seconds it takes to reset.
    Better yet would be the ability to reset by activating a digital input or via a input on the BACnet card. So far my research has not turned up a way to do that.

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    I was wondering how long until someone critiqued my customers request. I especially liked the PJs remark, very adorable.
    Now back to the matter at hand.

    I didnt see anything in the BACnet profile that indicates an alarm reset. I dont have the boards yet however.

    Also the reset momentary are soldered unto the main board, so please clarify a 2pole idec relay that would open the run side of the switch and close the reset side of the momentary side of the switch(wired in parallel).

    Thanks for contributing.
    - gt

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    I don't allow remote reset of any of the chillers I am responsible for.
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    No worries, I actually found the comments quite amusing.
    I don’t endorse it either.

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    cperk, flange, doubleduce, hvacdoctor, york56.

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