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    Jake, Look at he programming of the DI's. It...

    Jake,
    Look at he programming of the DI's. It sounds like you have one setup as "Preset Speed" rather that something like "Forward Enable"
  2. I means that you get to educate them about the...

    I means that you get to educate them about the limitations of IR Thermometers. They probably bought the 20 dollar ones from Hardware Fright. I don't even trust my Fluke 62 IR half the time.
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    FreezerGeezer, 2 questions since it's a...

    FreezerGeezer,
    2 questions since it's a Jace600E;
    Does it have a Battery installed ?
    If it has a Battery is the Data Recovery Service running ?
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    vicsmyk, First and foremost have you verified...

    vicsmyk,
    First and foremost have you verified that there is correct combustion air available ?
    That requirement will be listed in the applicable Code (UMC,IMC, etc.) for your area.

    As said...
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    And you waited 7 years to follow up, LOL ! Based...

    And you waited 7 years to follow up, LOL !
    Based on your description of what happens I will guess that they (the Unit ventilators) are Pneumatically controlled (1964 vintage) and the Low Limit (aka...
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    Please tell us what the actual hardware is (FEC...

    Please tell us what the actual hardware is (FEC ??).

    If it is indeed an FEC the CSI is most likely incorrect. JCI Spec's a 10K Type L (referred to as a "Johnson Controls 10K Type-II" (actually a...
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    Jayman7, First of all if you're in "Controls"...

    Jayman7,
    First of all if you're in "Controls" remember, Everything is a "Controls problem until you prove otherwise".
    I got into controls by accident.
    7 years doing Resi Plumbing, hydronics and...
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    x5 and I agree with bigguy158. An FX-Jace is...

    x5 and I agree with bigguy158.
    An FX-Jace is "open" so to speak. An NAE is, in my opinion, proprietary !
  9. Thread: York Rtu

    by Cagey57
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    If you're lucky @SLCTECH will see this and...

    If you're lucky @SLCTECH will see this and respond.
    I believe that has the Elite or the 1A Control board but that's as far as I can comment. Does it have a small LCD Screen on the Control Board ?
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    VA, Can you post pictures of the "I/O" you're...

    VA,
    Can you post pictures of the "I/O" you're referring to ?
    What comes to mind in the context of an NCM200 is a DCU or a DCM (not sure which is the correct term here). I don't know if an NCM200...
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    VA, The NCM200 was obsolete 25 years ago when I...

    VA,
    The NCM200 was obsolete 25 years ago when I started with PMI.
    I have been out of the loop (Metasys PMI wise) since about 2010 but I have have never heard of "Flashing an NCM200" with any...
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    Metasystech, (I fixed it) Let me see what I can...

    Metasystech,
    (I fixed it) Let me see what I can do. Email in profile, right.
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    Here in the not so Wild West for new...

    Here in the not so Wild West for new construction:
    The Water Heater falls under Plumbing Licensure (State board) due to "Connection to the Potable water supply". That requires either A Masters...
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    Contact either your local JCI Branch or ABCS...

    Contact either your local JCI Branch or ABCS Distributor. Both should be able to provide the file(s).
    That doesn't mean they will be "willing" to do so though.
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    metasystech, Do you have access to HVAC...

    metasystech,
    Do you have access to HVAC Navigator ? It should be there in the "Metasys" community". I know it's in the "Facility Explorer" community.
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    Please stop. Your speculations and guesses...

    Please stop.
    Your speculations and guesses regarding Actual HVAC/R are just that. Unless you have learned, through hands on experience in the past week (not even remotely possible), how these...
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    xarralu, Are those on the load side of a VFD ? ...

    xarralu,
    Are those on the load side of a VFD ?
    I kinda gave up on Current Switches on VFD's.
  18. Jparson03, Click on the Black Triangle at the...

    Jparson03,
    Click on the Black Triangle at the bottom just to the right of "Dislike this post" of your post and request this get moved to the Controls Forum.
    You will likely get more responses.
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    VA, If you notice all the "connection points"...

    VA,
    If you notice all the "connection points" are numbered (1 through 5). What the 1:2 and 2:2 indicate Connect point 1 (output):has 2 connected "Inputs" on the block(s) to the right.
    I took me a...
  20. SocialLeper (what a handle that is), I won't...

    SocialLeper (what a handle that is),
    I won't even try to give you input regarding "Design" but having wrenched on stuff for almost half a century I will offer this;

    Once you get your prototype...
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    markgHVAC, Which application are you using (0...

    markgHVAC,
    Which application are you using (0 thru 18) ?
    Sometimes the function changes depending on which application you chose.
  22. VA, I would say "No, don't add the slot for...

    VA,
    I would say "No, don't add the slot for "Setpoint" ". Because it "Writes" to the EEPROM in the ASC and Ax may follow the Default Tuning policy. You DON'T want to have those point written to...
  23. He may already be there. With the "Old Guy"...

    He may already be there.
    With the "Old Guy" resources on here (I started with Win 3.2, PMI 6.0 and HVAC-Pro 5.11(?)) he may even have better tech support than they do.

    "VA, VA, he's our man. If...
  24. JCIman, Correction, 25 years ! Hey, don't have...

    JCIman,
    Correction, 25 years ! Hey, don't have the guy Kick/beat the dried bones of the dead horse.

    VAEngineer,
    There is an option to use "Setpoint" but that writes to EEPROM in the device and ,...
  25. VAEngineer, #1fellah (;-) is correct. You can...

    VAEngineer,
    #1fellah (;-) is correct. You can simply generate both the *.prn and *.ddl file with a menu check box selection in HVAC-Pro ("Options" I think)
    I have the AS-CVTPRO300 (minus the...
  26. HeyHelpDeskGuy, Request that the Moderators move...

    HeyHelpDeskGuy,
    Request that the Moderators move this to the Controls Forum. You'll get more feedback there.
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    That is the conundrum of Government entities. I...

    That is the conundrum of Government entities.
    I think the quote is "If you don't have time to do it right when will you have time to do it over" ? or something like that ...

    See Signature lines,...
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    Wayne, The Balancer and I were on the same page....

    Wayne,
    The Balancer and I were on the same page. The CE was not about to relinquish the, as the spec said, "CFM Offset to maintain building Static pressure". The email string went on for pages and...
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    Wayne, It is common knowledge ... to individuals...

    Wayne,
    It is common knowledge ... to individuals that have "been there, tried that and found it plain old doesn't work".
    I have no idea where some of these CE's get the idea that building...
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    I refer to them as "Replaceman" (aka parts...

    I refer to them as "Replaceman" (aka parts changers) rather than Repairmen.

    I much prefer to program/use the On-Board Relay Output that indicates "Drive Running". Most drives have one, some can be...
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    Lunatech, your choice of terminology is a bit...

    Lunatech,
    your choice of terminology is a bit misleading.
    My suggestion would be to chose the "relay contact output" aka. Dry Contact. From a Controls perspective a Form-C contact would be...
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    It sucks that is not on a current PT Chart. None...

    It sucks that is not on a current PT Chart. None of the new ones I have show R-12. R-22 but not 12.
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    That document is for MSZ-FH06/09/12/15/18NA,...

    That document is for MSZ-FH06/09/12/15/18NA, MSZ-FH18NA2. If you have "MSZ-FH0XNA" units they must be Chinese knock off's or something.
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    Yes Sir. We have now come to that realization,...

    Yes Sir. We have now come to that realization, several times over.
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    I have 2 older Gauge Sets that the Low Side, or...

    I have 2 older Gauge Sets that the Low Side, or Compound, Gauge only goes to 130PSI. 119 PSI used to be a Typical (at least with the folks that I hang out with) test pressure used with those Gauge...
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    We were working at a major Telecom Data center....

    We were working at a major Telecom Data center. Watched the 2nd tower get on TV hit in the conference center . OMG !
    Management cleared the building, went on lock down and almost every one had to...
  37. VAEngineer, Look for files ending in *.cfg,...

    VAEngineer,
    Look for files ending in *.cfg, *.acs and *.prn on that "Server". Those are associated with the HVAC-Pro configurations. Hopefully they exist.

    The "UNDDL files" (@NET, @GLOBAL, @NC...
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    ControlC+V, Who ever you got CCT from has to...

    ControlC+V,

    Who ever you got CCT from has to send you the FCP package files.
    Someone with either the JCI Branch or JCI Software Mfg. is going to have to fully activate the MS-FCP package license...
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    ccnman, I gave you my experience before. My...

    ccnman,
    I gave you my experience before.
    My honest opinion of "Duct Static Reset" is that it is simply a waste of time. CE's specify it because it is in some standard or guide.
    I have yet to find...
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    ccnman, Orion242 had comments on this in the...

    ccnman,
    Orion242 had comments on this in the past but I can't find them right now.
    As I recall it came about as part of the IEEC or possibly an ASHRAE standard, not sure right this moment.

    I...
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    tswielder, Beenthere pretty much gave you the...

    tswielder,
    Beenthere pretty much gave you the most practical solution to your problem in post #4 and post #7.

    Now you need to raise he!! with the HOA about the rest.

    I have never been a...
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    No. Not the same if the PCV's are on a network....

    No. Not the same if the PCV's are on a network.
    If the PCV's are connected to a "Jace" then it would simply be shared Peer to Peer. Speed should be set to Auto since the "Jace" sets or determines...
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    If they are stand alone (no Network Manager) wire...

    If they are stand alone (no Network Manager) wire them on the FC bus and Share the Value Peer to Peer.

    Hard learned lesson, Set one at a fixed speed (38,400) and the other to Auto. Don't ask me...
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    Don't recognize the Logo but the M/N keeps coming...

    Don't recognize the Logo but the M/N keeps coming up with Magic Chef in a web search.
  45. zmanvortex, To answer your last question I would...

    zmanvortex,
    To answer your last question I would say "No measurable effect ".

    Have you considered my previous suggestions ? It looks to me like you are trying to "code around a problem".
    Until...
  46. zmanvortex, You lost me on the part above. If I...

    zmanvortex,
    You lost me on the part above. If I use your difference of Atmospheric pressure of 0.1 PSI for an vertical elevation of 150 feet my simple math (to calculate the pressure at my elevation...
  47. I can't speak to the altimeter part but here are...

    I can't speak to the altimeter part but here are few question;

    1. Is there a typical Reference device on the Roof Reference (Dwyer A-306-A or A-410A) ?
    2. How many Elevators ? Do they have relief...
  48. Typically, if you Upload from Controller, it...

    Typically, if you Upload from Controller, it will.

    If you don't have them already you should create a "VAV Box Schedule" with Sizes, Min/Max CFM settings and final Balance values. I can email you...
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    My guess is an intermittent short at either the...

    My guess is an intermittent short at either the thermostat or the CU.

    IMO, that ^ was a cheap shot.
  50. Thread: JCI CCT 10.3..

    by Cagey57
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    See post #12 earlier in this thread. If you are...

    See post #12 earlier in this thread. If you are an end user your controls contractor should be able to provide 10.2 . If you want 13 someone is going to have to pay the license fees.
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