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  1. #14
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    Originally posted by joey791
    Cool Oisyo thats what I meant, I understand "Lon theory" just thought you and sys had access to everyones controllers.
    Depends on what you mean. If one is sitting there can I see the variables and work with them without the OEM? Absolutely.

    Can I change the program? Possibly.

  2. #15
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    Originally posted by sysint
    Originally posted by joey791
    Cool Oisyo thats what I meant, I understand "Lon theory" just thought you and sys had access to everyones controllers.
    Depends on what you mean. If one is sitting there can I see the variables and work with them without the OEM? Absolutely.

    Can I change the program? Possibly.
    So are you saying because its a Lon device you can see the points, but the chance of reprogramming are far less?

  3. #16
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    At times. For instance, TAC has their programming separate from LNS. You need their software. Or, H-well. You could program the device and make LON variables. Afterwards you could import that device into a LON database and work with it.

    Circon and Distech have their programming contained in a plugin. So, you could open up their programmables in any LNS package and program.

    If it is a LON controller you can always read the points and write to the inputs.

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