Im running a 4.8 station on my PC, connected to:
I have an MP-V 7A with a RoomSensor Attached (Base=SXWSBTHCXSXX, Cover =SXWSCDPSELXX) – I upgraded the firmware package from 2.0 that was in it to the latest I could find (3.02.02.10022)
- in the attached images im finding conversions of units between the controller and the room sensor with reference to temperature. the thermostat is displaying °F, but the readings in Niagara are showing me °C. The setpoints are not following correctly either- nor is the setpoint control i have allow setpoints on, but when you goto press the setpoint on the thermostat it just shows "Locks".
- Further conversion error with the Flow Data and you can see attached whats in the Commissioning tool and the JACE...
-Was Still experiencing program compiling errors with simply logic was able to use a dual delay and duplicated it, once duplicated, the "duplicate wouldnt allow the program to compile, i removed and replaced, and then another object failed to compile that wasnt affected the first time..
I moved onto an MPC i have wired in my office. was able to configure it, am not able to update firmware on this device currently i dont have an AS here; its running a 1.0firmware. I was able to add IO under config, but once i went to add an Analog Value for a setpoint under config, it failed, would not allow me to bring it in... i tried "repair hosting" no improvement...
I can forward this station fi easier to look at - if it's me or software ATM... I emailed Will Brad and Randy this station last week.
Looks like you're seeing some similar conversions issues as seen in this
From what i had heard during one of the conference calls was that there
was an inherent issue in the firmware in the Living Space Sensor that EBO
was able to get around, but in Niagara I was told back then that it would
require more research. It's been some time, so maybe there's some news.
I'm sure it'll be discussed this friday since we all go through the posts.
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