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    Honeywell T-Stat Spec Software

    I have a large project at Fort Leonard Wood involving Honeywell T7350A’s and T7350H’s. I have configured these with the T-Stat Spec software I downloaded off Honeywell’s website. My question is, when you are configuring the schedules, say if you have a building occupied Mon-Fri 0600-1730 with Sat and Sun un-occupied, do I leave Sat and Sun “un-configured”? Does the un-configured setting on those days make the space run off the un-occupied setpoints or is there a way to make those two days un-occupied all day without making them occupied for one minute a day then returning to un-occupied. I just don’t want the stat to go through optimal start/stop for 3 hours previous to a one minute occupied period during weekend days.

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    I believe un-configured time slots will follow the mode of the last configured time slot.
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    They don't have a base-wide EMCS?
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    Loytec can do it.

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    I just got an anwser back from Honeywell and they said it will follow the current state until the next change of state, so weekends set for un-configured preceded by an un-occupied will remain un-occupied for the whole weekend. Thanx RAD1
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    Quote Originally Posted by ControlsInMT View Post
    They don't have a base-wide EMCS?
    That is what this project is...
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    Quote Originally Posted by knottyjabe View Post
    That is what this project is...
    Wow. There are a lot less expensive and flexible ways than using those, but if that's what's spec'd....
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    Yea, agreed, but you can't talk those people into anything different, like you said spec's spec!
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    Thanks to all for your help, my last issue with this is; if it is saturday(schedule is set as un-configured but in un-occupied, looking for a change of state on monday at 0600), and someone comes in to do some weekend work, and presses the "temporary occupied" button, the stat will go temp occupied for a set amount of time, when this override time expires does the stat go back to un-occupied or does it stop all control and wait for monday at 0600 when it will return to occupied mode?
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    I can't find anything that actually answers that. Logic would think it would go back to last known state, which would have been unocc, but I couldn't verify it.
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    Covering ALL the bases aren't you knottyjabe? I don't blame you! I agree with ControlsInMt, don't know for sure in this instance but logic says...
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    These questions are just paranoia, I have configured and installed these about 3 mos ago, and started thinking-hey, what if- I have had no complaints or issues but I also want them to be right, ya know. This project involves so many buildings, I just don't want to have to go back and alter configs on every building!
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