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    Bacnet Time clock

    Hi does anyone know of a cost effective standalone BACnet real time clock with keypad?
    Keep it simple to keep it cool!

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    Time clock as in timer with relay outputs, or something that can send out BACnet time sync with keypad?

    Guessing either is going to be a hard find.
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    yeah BACnet object sent out, seems good idea in theory but would take software , not practical in end I guess. Im looking at some stand alone fancoil controls , occupancy sensors it will be!
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    Can your fancoil controllers act as a client and read objects out of another BACnet controller?

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    Thinking along the same lines.

    A controller with keypad/display that can hold the schedules that FCUs either don't support or can keep time straight.

    Kinda a crap setup to have a bunch of FCUs that look at just a point in the mother ship for occupancy if that's all it is. Push Bacnet schedule and reasonable onboard RTC, fair enough.
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    how many systems can push schedules down from a controller to other controllers?
    I have not seen any, be curious to know if there is one.
    have only seen PC/WS action to be able to do that.
    I am guessing you are thinking of a jace pushing down the schedules? ,maybe pretty expensive for what he wants.
    I have another product in mind for OP only if his fancoil controllers can act as a client.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amigo View Post
    how many systems can push schedules down from a controller to other controllers?
    Viconics stats and they are pretty cost effective. Their are other solutions.

    More a question of does your piss cheap device support RTC and a Bacnet schedule.

    FYI Viconics 8600 only supports one BACnet calendar, so you may find that being a limiting factor.
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    occupancy sensor will be cheapest simplest solution. chillers and boilers still shut down on main system
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    There's the BBC-SD. Probably not at all cost effective for this application though.

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    The BBC-SD is not designed to broadcast timesynchs to an entire network, although it can easily be mapped to the date and time properties in controllers allowing them to be manually written as needed.

    But what's your actual use case here? What issue are you specifically trying to fix?

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