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Unable to set the nciSpaceTempOfst to a negative number in the Xenta 104-A plug-in

Issue

The Xenta 104-A plug-in limits the temperature value input between 0°F and 18°F. It is not possible to input a negative value.

Environment

Xenta 104-A Plug-In

Lonmaker 3.1 or Lonmaker 3.2

NL220

Cause

The Xenta 104-A plug-in limits the temperature value input between 0°F and 18°F. It is not possible to input a negative value.

Resolution

In Vista follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to the Xenta 104-A controller.
  2. Browse down to the Node Object function block and find the nciSpaceTempOfst SCPT.
  3. Type in the designed space temp offset parameter from the default 32°F value.

For example, if a -1°F offset is needed a value of 31 will need to be entered. If a +1°F offset is needed a 33 will need to be entered. 32°F represents zero offset.

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