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    Carrier CCN

    Anybody know what comm protocol the Carrier CCN network is? Modbus maybe or some proprietary thing like JCI N2.

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    CCN is a proprietary communication by Carrier.

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    Thanks.
    I am bidding on taking out some Carrier and planning on putting in somenew JCI stuff, likely on Bacnet. Do you think the comm wire will be sufficient? I am kinda doing this estimate blind from the desk.

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    Loytec has the answers.

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    Our company policy is to never use existing comm. You never know what shape it is or how it was run. Not worth the headache.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_USC_2001 View Post
    Our company policy is to never use existing comm. You never know what shape it is or how it was run. Not worth the headache.
    Not so with Loytec. Its the bestest on self healing controls systems.

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    WTF?

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    Quote Originally Posted by prostock View Post
    WTF?
    Loytec

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    Quote Originally Posted by freddy-b View Post
    Not so with Loytec. Its the bestest on self healing controls systems.
    The thing is we are not in the business of putting someone else's front end on our system. We are in business of putting other systems under WebCTRL.

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