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    Liebert made their own graphics and they weren't...

    Liebert made their own graphics and they weren't made in viewbuilder when I was working on the system, so that confuses things a bit. Unit bezel is also a liebert term meaning this is the equipment...
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    I like how carrier is on it in sharpie.

    I like how carrier is on it in sharpie.
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    Does your front end have bindings all the way...

    Does your front end have bindings all the way down to the last router that is providing the MS/TP segment this AAON is on? I generally find that's where the issue is, if that router doesn't show...
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    No idea though I've used that module in N4 and...

    No idea though I've used that module in N4 and had no trouble with it.
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    Without adding another router you could add a...

    Without adding another router you could add a repeater there.
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    Results with a third party scanner? This is a...

    Results with a third party scanner?

    This is a protonode like device with a network port right? Plug in and see how the device ID and other bacnet info in the web page is set up.
  7. Can that list be cleared or is this a designed in...

    Can that list be cleared or is this a designed in planned obsolescence thing?
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    Seems to have been worth the wait. They got a...

    Seems to have been worth the wait. They got a asd.jar version 3.7.111.2 which seems very close to the ibmsasd.jar 3.7.112.1 I have now. 3.7 picked it up fine too. Loading that new module required me...
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    No backups in techs workbench or customers...

    No backups in techs workbench or customers supervisor?
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    Same outfit, think it's maxline. Same license...

    Same outfit, think it's maxline. Same license they gave me for the ibmsasd.jar worked on the asd.jar.
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    Yeah that was it, worked through that with...

    Yeah that was it, worked through that with support. Basically it looked like this;

    1. Extract the asd.jar and open meta-inf/module.xml with a text editor.
    2. Look for vendorVersion=. In this...
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    Same exact problem under 3.5. Must be something...

    Same exact problem under 3.5. Must be something I'm missing or doing wrong?

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    I've got the ibmsAsd.jar for 3.7 and 3.8 with a...

    I've got the ibmsAsd.jar for 3.7 and 3.8 with a license key to use it on the replacement jace but the station backup I'm using is looking for the asd.jar. Station starts and runs on my laptop in 3.8...
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    They are? Damn, I will have to look around there....

    They are? Damn, I will have to look around there. Any pointers as to where they are on that site?
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    Ah, apparently this old jace was from 3.7 and of...

    Ah, apparently this old jace was from 3.7 and of course the asd.jar I have here doesn't appear to work in 3.7, does work in 3.8 though.

    Anyone have asd.jar appropriate for 3.7?
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    It exists but as it requires cooperation between...

    It exists but as it requires cooperation between the Carrier and ALC dealers it seems to be rare. There isn't a lot of information on it available to a customer directly to make them aware of it, and...
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    This is again the facility owner perspective vs...

    This is again the facility owner perspective vs what I call the IT centrist perspective. IT understands upgrades and keeping ahead of obsolescence. Facility owners have a much longer term of thinking...
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    iVue and WebCTRL working together is called...

    iVue and WebCTRL working together is called superset, search that term and you will find some discussions on it. It requires an agreement between the WebCTRL and Carrier dealers to make it happen so...
  19. Sticky: Haven't watched it yet but have you seen anywhere...

    Haven't watched it yet but have you seen anywhere what type of certificates are used for SC? The white paper posted doesn't mention that at all. I know in talks I've seen unique keys for each SC...
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    Good info, thanks. What about holiday and...

    Good info, thanks. What about holiday and override schedule priority on these? If I have to put too many limitations on district scheduling people that sort of negates a huge selling point for the...
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    What model number stats are you talking about...

    What model number stats are you talking about here?
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    Is there a MSV describing controlling setpoint...

    Is there a MSV describing controlling setpoint source?
  23. Conventional thermostat or BACnet is all we have...

    Conventional thermostat or BACnet is all we have ever done for these. Why reinvent the wheel?
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    The WebCTRL software itself can create a bacnet...

    The WebCTRL software itself can create a bacnet modeled program to view and make simple point changes to 3rd party devices but this isn't a typical integration as you can't automate anything. That...
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    Access wise that's a problem. Running wise looks...

    Access wise that's a problem. Running wise looks like there is plenty of airflow there so it might not impact the unit that much?
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    Reasonably sure you are dealing with all unsigned...

    Reasonably sure you are dealing with all unsigned 16bit registers; UINT. Battery current most likely signed; SINT.
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    Float is a 32bit register so there's likely an...

    Float is a 32bit register so there's likely an address conflict somewhere. Most modbus registers are 16bit, so a float takes the one you selected and the next one. Newer drivers seem to handle this...
  28. Agreed, this is a very wide field with many...

    Agreed, this is a very wide field with many different areas. If you found one thing and got really good at that this is a good way to stand out.
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    No additional cost to use it on tech or shop...

    No additional cost to use it on tech or shop computers in support of that system either, it's a site license.

    The down side is they have territories and the guys you aren't thrilled with have a...
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    Third vote for just leave it there. Not hurting...

    Third vote for just leave it there. Not hurting anything and you'll eventually need it. Users will likely prefer the ease and flexibility of schedule groups on WC vs tridium anyway.
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    These guys have something too ...

    These guys have something too

    https://www.win-tech.com/html/demos.htm
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    They gradually phased out access DB, I think...

    They gradually phased out access DB, I think around 6.1 it was only available in the 32bit install. Regardless the programs and graphics are still there but the parameters stored in them will be lost...
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    I think jbus is just modbus documented in...

    I think jbus is just modbus documented in hexadecimal and you need to add or remove 1 from the address.

    Look in the backup for the db.properties and that will tell you the db type it needs.
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    And no additional software costs or maintenance...

    And no additional software costs or maintenance fees. That's a huge one.
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    If it's derby or access just drop it in webroot...

    If it's derby or access just drop it in webroot and you can open it in Sitebuilder.

    If you find the pieces you need they can be "clipped" (file, clipping) out of that system and into the other...
  36. Being able to self teach and seek/find...

    Being able to self teach and seek/find information on your own is pretty big. This is a weird niche career and there isn't a single source of information for all of it. Be organized, you don't need...
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    Yes they are the same product re-skinned and...

    Yes they are the same product re-skinned and different programs to serve different markets.

    Electrolytic caps do need to be on a service changeout plan just like batteries, actually similar...
  38. Thread: Lonmaker xif

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    Not sure about that but you can interrogate the...

    Not sure about that but you can interrogate the controller with node utility and build a XIF that way.
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    SiteBuilder is Eikon, just marketing name...

    SiteBuilder is Eikon, just marketing name changes.
    Yes, viewbuilder is for graphics.
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    I can't think of why that would be an issue but...

    I can't think of why that would be an issue but I'm interested as I had a bid out a while back for a similar situation. Two small LON trunks (COMM5) in a building and rather than trying to join them...
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    That is some blatant do not give a shit right...

    That is some blatant do not give a shit right there. Homeowner do that?
  42. That is insane, I literally can't function...

    That is insane, I literally can't function without the left CTRL key. I've also been known to remove the left windows key as it gets in the way sometimes. I deliberately use it all the time as the...
  43. It looked pretty sane to me. ALC has had a...

    It looked pretty sane to me. ALC has had a similar system in place for about two decades now, though I've never used it. I have had to break into a couple Jaces though so I'm not sure what that says...
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    SiteLink-E should do it. I can't believe MGE...

    SiteLink-E should do it.

    I can't believe MGE is still requiring NDA for modbus points. What's the point of having an open protocol on it?

    What model MGE?
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    Just saw discussion on this
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    You know it did occur to me as I was posting...

    You know it did occur to me as I was posting these that I didn't have any really bad ones like these before I moved here and started doing HVAC controls. Data center work about the worst you see is...
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    About the last 6 years on the job.

    About the last 6 years on the job.
  48. Done that on many occasions. Part of the job. ...

    Done that on many occasions. Part of the job.

    The thing is if there is a programmatic way to do it (it's a jace, I'm sure there is), how much time is wasted making that, debugging etc? Over just...
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    Well I think ALC BACnet and Modbus integration is...

    Well I think ALC BACnet and Modbus integration is pretty easy. Programs are easily recycled and there's a moderately active community between dealers plus a bit of a library. There is also a tool to...
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    bunch of pictures 4

    Most important sink in the plant.

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    Slow learner, process of elimination.

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