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    I think it's because you can't see it in the exported points table. You can see the fallback value (relinquish default?) in the exported point though. Maybe this is it?



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    Guessing.

    They don't show the automatic linking of the alarm stuff either, but it happens in the background. Ie, if you have a out of range alarm extension setup on a point that's exported, the alarm high/low values are automatically mapped to the equivalent BACnet properties according to docbacnet.
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    I’ve had weird stuff like that happen and sometimes all it took was deleting the proxy point, bringing it back in again.


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    Sorry been busy, if you set a relinquish default value, it automatically writes that value to the point, which when not in use should be --. When that point has a value the user cannot adjust the stat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joey791 View Post
    Sorry been busy, if you set a relinquish default value, it automatically writes that value to the point
    That's determined by your tuning policies in most drivers. If its something like a setpoint adjustable in the space, you want to leave max write to zero so it only writes on change. Ie last man wins in that case. Occupants can control it in most cases, but a OWS command can also change it.

    Viconics stat with occupant adjustable setpoint, needs max write set to zero on that point or their change will be overwritten by tbox at some point.

    Write on up/boot/etc also should be false unless you want it to reset it on these conditions.
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