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    I haven't seen some of these names on here in a...

    I haven't seen some of these names on here in a while.

    Makes me wonder where the time goes.
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    Reminds me of an experience... About eight or...

    Reminds me of an experience...

    About eight or so years ago I had a customer that refused to let the BAS be on their internet access. However, they would allow a phone modem for access.

    Not a...
  3. Wow! You found a bunch of stuff going on. ...

    Wow!

    You found a bunch of stuff going on.

    Glad I could help.

    Ken
  4. Did you get an opportunity to investigate the...

    Did you get an opportunity to investigate the issue(s)?

    Any updates for the world?

    Ken
  5. Mike, My email is in my profile. I have a .zip...

    Mike,

    My email is in my profile. I have a .zip file full of Inet TCons too large to email out but can provide a link from my drive account.

    Send me an email and I'll send you the link to...
  6. Wow, that's unique. Do you have any values...

    Wow, that's unique.

    Do you have any values with a "Y" under the OLD column?

    Are theer any Calcs associated with those values that are going wonky?

    I'm not at home so I can't get the TCons...
  7. It's been a few years but if I recall correctly,...

    It's been a few years but if I recall correctly, the ASC's use a scale of 100 to -100 for max cooling to max heating.

    If you're what you're seeing is the not the heating load going to -100 then...
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    Why move the jumper and put the boards on a JACE?...

    Why move the jumper and put the boards on a JACE?

    If the objects are network visible then you should be able to see them under their existing routers.
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    You'll need to look in the point definitions but...

    You'll need to look in the point definitions but I'm going to play a hunch that those are indirect points.

    Values show old when the controller they are looking for stops communicating those...
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    The last house I sold, the buyer's home inspector...

    The last house I sold, the buyer's home inspector tried to say that my breaker box was too far away from where the pipe and wire came in to the house.

    I had to go online and show them, chapter and...
  11. I spent 18 years in the field until I needed to...

    I spent 18 years in the field until I needed to change it up for medical reasons

    I've since moved into the programming and graphics engineering side of things. It took a bit to get accustomed to...
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    BACnet is absolutely good for monitoring. It is...

    BACnet is absolutely good for monitoring. It is as reliable as any other networked system. Which can go down, entirely, when one device on the network decides to go on strike at 2:30 am when it's...
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    I was working in an elementary school a few years...

    I was working in an elementary school a few years back, kids were in the room, had a Univent opened up. Three or four kids (boys and girls) were hovering behind me, the teacher asked them to leave me...
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    MR's or PCU? I have a bunch of TI's on a SSD I...

    MR's or PCU?

    I have a bunch of TI's on a SSD I could email out on the morning. I can't remember which one to look in off the top of my head but I'm moderately confident what you need may be found...
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    Better money in commercial. Steadier income, too....

    Better money in commercial. Steadier income, too.

    As for what to do - you need to weigh the options and decide what's best for you.

    If you're single and have minimal/no responsibilities beyond...
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    Give them what they want and they'll still...

    Give them what they want and they'll still complain.

    Personally, I don't much care one way or the other what you're doing on your own time, in your own space. But getting it legalized and then...
  17. I'm working with a guy that is in a similar...

    I'm working with a guy that is in a similar position.

    Bunch of programs in an OFBBC, I think it is 52 but not positive on exact number. Board takes a download and modstat shows all is well. Our...
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    If it was working correctly for a while and...

    If it was working correctly for a while and something suddenly changed then the programming is not the likely culprit. Especially if nobody has changed the programming in a while.

    Can you, or...
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    What is the setpoint you're controlling to and...

    What is the setpoint you're controlling to and what is the actual input?

    Direct or inverted loop?

    Post the loop in here (copy/paste) to share the format.

    Is this something that was running...
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    This may be old but it's still gold.

    This may be old but it's still gold.
  21. Something I've run in to in the past but does...

    Something I've run in to in the past but does your campus I.T. use MAC address filtering?

    They gave us the addressing but forgot to mention a small, crucial detail. :gah:

    If you plug a laptop...
  22. Thread: Saying Goodbye

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    I don't think we've had much opportunity (or...

    I don't think we've had much opportunity (or you've been forced to) cross paths as I live on the Dark Side for the most part. Regardless, I've seen you mostly everywhere in here at some point or...
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    We started using Accutrol Air Valves for a few...

    We started using Accutrol Air Valves for a few labs last year.

    We've had good results, so far. Based on Crafty's final statement, we may have gotten lucky by having a knowledgeable local rep.
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    Gotta be careful with that mindset. I've taken...

    Gotta be careful with that mindset.

    I've taken to reminding those that use that expression we should go back to pneumatics is that's how they want things to go.
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    Are the problems on the "B" side of the AAR, on...

    Are the problems on the "B" side of the AAR, on the backbone network or both?
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    SE6104 is a retired board, can't get them new...

    SE6104 is a retired board, can't get them new anymore.

    If you have over 10VDC coming out of an AO I'm wondering if the output jumpers are/were set correctly.

    Assuming jumpers are right and...
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    wazzer - Do you know what version of WebCTRL...

    wazzer - Do you know what version of WebCTRL you're running? Top, right corner should have a drop down arrow. Hit the About WebCTRL and see what it says. Copy/paste the text in here, if you can.
    ...
  28. Ahh...magamps. Not that I got much opportunity to...

    Ahh...magamps. Not that I got much opportunity to work on them but I remember the training on them. Mine was the last class to do the training on them before they switched to the new curriculum.
  29. Thread: Inet Schedule?

    by chesehd
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    The DO isn't in Test or override, is it? If...

    The DO isn't in Test or override, is it?

    If not, next option is to go in to the SLI and set the MR address to the unused option (been to long, can't recall the exact phrasing anymore). Hit OK.
    ...
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    PEBKAC - Problem Exists Between Keyboard and Chair

    PEBKAC - Problem Exists Between Keyboard and Chair
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    Being a university building, I'm wondering if...

    Being a university building, I'm wondering if there is a lot of fixed exhaust. Fume hoods, restrooms, labs, whatever.

    We don't have enough information to begin reasonably guessing so that's why...
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    A better question: Why are you trying to take the...

    A better question: Why are you trying to take the AHU OA Damper below it's minimum?

    It was likely set there for a reason, why do you want to circumnavigate that reason?

    Ken
  33. Have you tried to force a download to the board?...

    Have you tried to force a download to the board?

    Power cycle?

    When your lights are being weird do you try any troubleshooting?

    Maybe disconnect the inputs or outputs to see if things...
  34. Here is what I got from the SCU TCON on LED's....

    Here is what I got from the SCU TCON on LED's. TCON312 Version date is 07/11. This applies to the SCU 1200, 1280 & 1284.

    LED Status

    The SCU has three status LEDs on the interface board as shown...
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    Check your email. :grin2:

    Check your email. :grin2:
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    Found the files! Just need an email address to...

    Found the files! Just need an email address to send them to.

    My email is in my profile.

    Ken
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    Sorry, haven't been on here much this week. ...

    Sorry, haven't been on here much this week.

    I'll check my hard drive in a few.

    Shoot me an email and I'll send you what I can find.

    Ken
  38. I/Net is fairly bulletproof but also fairly...

    I/Net is fairly bulletproof but also fairly archaic as BAS out there.

    Schneider has priced the boards high, if you can even order replacements or repairs anymore, and they are only required to...
  39. Have you tried to reload the SLI?

    Have you tried to reload the SLI?
  40. Have you tried to remove and replace the...

    Have you tried to remove and replace the schedule?

    Ken
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    Schneider Electric covers a multitude of BAS....

    Schneider Electric covers a multitude of BAS. I/Net? Continuum? Vista? Invensys? StruxureWare? Something else?

    They all program differently. You need to be a bit more explicit on what you're...
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    Duplicated post

    Duplicated post
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    I'm looking at the MR-55 Install Guide. The...

    I'm looking at the MR-55 Install Guide.

    The test light will remain on if the board passes the self-test at power up.

    Constant on is good, blinking indicates a problem.

    Is it a local point...
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    That's what i was getting at but wanted to...

    That's what i was getting at but wanted to determine if it was a relay or triac output, first.
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    It's been a few years and I don't have a system...

    It's been a few years and I don't have a system in front of me but let's see what I can pull from memory, ok?

    For starters, what kind of board are you using here? MR? PCU?

    Assuming it's an MR...
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    What kind of board are you using?

    What kind of board are you using?
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    I'll usually let the MAT start closing down the...

    I'll usually let the MAT start closing down the OAD as the temp drops from 45F down to 40F. At 40F the OAD is at 0% open.

    If things are getting that cold in the mixing box then there's clearly...
  48. Thread: P-Cone

    by chesehd
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    Alrighty, I've worked with these in the past....

    Alrighty, I've worked with these in the past. Just never heard that names used before.

    From what I can recall (been a bit of a while) the fan manufacturer that had these installed provided an...
  49. Thread: P-Cone

    by chesehd
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    I'm not familiar with p-cones, by that name...

    I'm not familiar with p-cones, by that name anyway.

    Is that a slang term for a measuring device?

    A quick search on Google reveals acoustic devices.

    Teach an old man something new, 'eh?

    Ken
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    That was pretty good. Thanks for sharing....

    That was pretty good.

    Thanks for sharing. :grin2:
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