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    help Carrier comfort network

    Hi guys,

    Can anyone please explain to me how CCN adressing works.

    Thank you

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    Addresses usually show up as (0,10) format, which indicates bus 0, element 10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bacnet>CCN View Post
    Addresses usually show up as (0,10) format, which indicates bus 0, element 10.
    I have searched for that and i found it, thanks.

    But i would like to know more about the adresses of the points? i found their code name like "CTRL_TYP" "COOL_EWT" are those what you can use as adresses if you compare with BACnet point's instances?

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    Sometimes. Those sound like the CCN points and depending on how you're bringing them in via BACnet the BACnet points don't always have an exact match. If you're bringing in a specific piece of equipment with an Open UPC, that equipment's install/startup manual should have a BACnet points list.

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    ccn address has many rules. Lets focus on what youre working with.

    are you doing a vvt or vav system? stand alone rtu?
    I have documents I can send you once I know what youre working on.

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