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    TRANE CONTROLS.,

    ok ., here is some of the pudding., !!

    i am a little confused on the ucp controls., i would like to just clarify,

    ch530 is a system

    then there is an adaptive controler thats has 2 types of screens on it??

    dyna view and adaptive view,

    i know that techview is downloaded online, is tech view on the adaptive controller with the dyna view screen

    is the 530 considered the adaptive controler with adaptive view.,

    what is the graphic monitor with the nice pretty pics that is touch screen., .,.,

    im getting caught up here.,
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    I did not understand your question

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    ok ., here is some of the pudding., !!


    Chocolate or Strawberry ????

    As to the rest of your disjointed confusing question


    Did you not look in the "Trane Super Big Secrets Book " yet
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    Would someone please get him registered for comfort site.......

    https://www.comfortsite.com/ebiz/default.aspx

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    Your probably better off not to use the term adaptive because both the UCP2 and the CH530 are adaptive controls. So UCP2 came along around 1991 and lasted around 12 years or so. It used easy to replace sensors connected to very reliable modules, like starter module, chiller module, purge module,etc. Then came CH530 which uses llids(low level intellegent devices) along with now much smaller modules because now part of the brains exist in the llids. To change these llids you had to bind them with Tech View which is free from Trane.
    Next the CH530 platform evolved. They did away with the Dyna View interface which was programmable for different types of chillers and replaced it with the Adaptiview monitor and a controller which I think is a UC800. Now this new system still uses the same llids but now uses TU software instead of Tech View which is not free from Trane and good luck trying to buy it. That is about it,anymore questions?

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    thx

    Quote Originally Posted by always looking View Post
    Your probably better off not to use the term adaptive because both the UCP2 and the CH530 are adaptive controls. So UCP2 came along around 1991 and lasted around 12 years or so. It used easy to replace sensors connected to very reliable modules, like starter module, chiller module, purge module,etc. Then came CH530 which uses llids(low level intellegent devices) along with now much smaller modules because now part of the brains exist in the llids. To change these llids you had to bind them with Tech View which is free from Trane.
    Next the CH530 platform evolved. They did away with the Dyna View interface which was programmable for different types of chillers and replaced it with the Adaptiview monitor and a controller which I think is a UC800. Now this new system still uses the same llids but now uses TU software instead of Tech View which is not free from Trane and good luck trying to buy it. That is about it,anymore questions?

    thanks for the explanation ., and yes ,
    there is more questions,..,i now fully understand that all the operator interface controls are adaptive controls,

    1.the 3 way rocker switch is an adaptive control, but is it considered the ucp1?

    2.the 16 button lcd, is the ucp2?

    3.so the dynaview and the techview are directly related? which both use the 530 platform..?

    appreciate the reply

    and i am correct in saying that there is NO ucp1
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    Correct, some people say ucp1 but its actually ucp695

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    THANK YOU.,.,

    i did run across this today though, u may be able to lead me in the right direction.,

    rtaa080
    u00g02355

    i was out repairing a leak on the female solenoid today and i locked out cir 2., due to working on the compressor, when i done this , cir 1 would run to maintain build temp.
    what i noticed was that setpoint is set at 44* and cir 1 contuined to run until it reached
    leave water temp cutout. then would shut off and not come back on until 44* w w/o the diff to start which is 3*., then back down to 35*..

    going back this weekend to run some test.,
    going to go through the diag,t/s manual.,
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    Quote Originally Posted by triggerhappy View Post
    Would someone please get him registered for comfort site.......

    https://www.comfortsite.com/ebiz/default.aspx
    Dont think that is a good idea ............think of how many posts there would be from him once he gets his hands on all that info ????????
    The 64 roars to life Whoo hoo ...shes a rolling chassis .
    You bend em" I"ll mend em" !!!!!!!
    I"m not a service tech.. I"m a thermodynamic transfer analyst & strategic system sustainability specialist
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    You may be right.

    I am not sure how the search engine\ keywords for elibrary and the knowledge center would react to a string of convoluted entries.

    Might shut down entire system. Better leave well enough alone.........

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    a laugh is always good., ., however if one one does not know the answer, how is one supposed to ask?


    BUT now that someone that is nice and smart enough to read through the confusion has answered the question ,, i will never have to ask.,.,


    always remember., ., u were always new at one time or another.,

    not every one know the Trane Super Big Secrets Book like u do~!!!
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    a laugh is always good., ., however if one one does not know the answer, how is one supposed to ask?


    C'mon mlkwal1 lighten up .
    Even you have to admit your post are pretty convoluted , you ask questions within questions and jump around like from topic to topic like a jumping bean on a mixture of bad crack and Red Bull
    Do yourself a favour ...ask precise organized questions and write them in a legible fashion in english and you may get a lot more co-operation with answers .(and stay off the bad crack and Red Bull)
    No one wants to have to read a post 15 times to figure out what the question is .
    The 64 roars to life Whoo hoo ...shes a rolling chassis .
    You bend em" I"ll mend em" !!!!!!!
    I"m not a service tech.. I"m a thermodynamic transfer analyst & strategic system sustainability specialist
    Best Austin Healey In Show twice in 2013 .....All those hrs paid off .

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    Talking

    .(and stay off the bad crack and Red Bull)


    no that is funny.,., i do agree with u 100 %
    they r convoluted at times., sorry guys.,.,

    no signature blast'em man blast'em
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