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  1. #14
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    What do your trend logs show?

    Trend occupancy if you haven't already and try to coordinate that trend in a zone(s) that the override button is likely to be hit.
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    Hey crab, I did this about 3 weeks ago on a few sites out of my paranoia, but haven't seen any one hit the temp-occ button yet, I am going to set up an extra 7350h this weekend and test this myself so I'll know what happens.
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    I bet 1 of 5 occupants know about the function of the override button.
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  4. #17
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    Oh, but they learn quick when you start 'tightening' the schedule.

  5. #18
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    exactly... I did have an "overzealous energy saver" who when they left early one thursday, pressed the temp not-occupied button. Needless to say the next day following that was miserably cold for them, as the not-occ button puts the system into temp unocc for 24 hours not the inverse 2 hrs from the temp occ button. I got a laugh out of that!
    When it is said that BacNet is a better protocol than LonWorks, I die a little more inside.
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