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How to write software effectively in Merbon IDE

The preparation of an application program for HVAC equipment should be effective not only in order to minimize the time required for it. It is also a matter of making the most of the possibilities of hardware platforms.
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New video tutorials

A lot of interesting video tutorials have been added to our Youtube channel.
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Update: Merbon Visual manual

We have updated the Merbon Visual manual, which also includes instructions for installing and setting up the application itself.
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BACnet – Brief Introduction to Basics Part 6

The Building Automation Control Network (BACnet) protocol is not new to building management systems. In process stations, however, it appears only gradually, especially for its not quite easy implementation. Unlike relatively simple communication protocols such as Modbus, BACnet defines a number of services and objects that make it easier for application engineers to work with programming and commissioning technologies.
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The new version of the external HMI editor facilitates the transition of projects to the current version of the Merbon IDE

The new version of the external HMI Editor solves this problem: it allows editing of older projects and their export in the 2.4.0.x version format.
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Product news: digital counter module R710

In our offer, you have definitely come across the M710 digital counter module. Another new product is its updated version - R710.
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New firmware 2.4.0.11 for HT200

We would like to inform you about the release of new firmware 2.4.0.11 for HT200.
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New version of Merbon IDE 2.4.0.11

We would like to inform you about the new version of the software Merbon IDE 2.4.0.11 published on our website.
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How to communicate with technical support?

We will look at how Domat Control System technical support works and how you should proceed to get the most out of it.
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Autocalibration of CO2 sensors

Room and duct CO2 sensors for building control systems are based mostly on the NDIR (Nondispersive Infrared) measuring elements. They measure the diffusion of infrared light caused by the presence of CO2 molecules in the measuring chamber.
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