When upgrading the old IPCB process stations to the Windows XP Embedded build containing Microsoft .NET 1.1, there were following issues:
- the CF card must be 1GB (512 MB is not large enough). New CF cards may be obtained from Domat Control System free of charge on exchange for the old 512 MB CF cards.
- the card must contain a new build with .NET1.1 preinstalled (upgrade free of charge)
- on reboot you may get a message “Can not log in the user name specified…” and after some time the station tries to restart. This can be fixed:
- open the cover, unplug power to the 32MB IDE Flash
- in BIOS set another HDD (0/1) as boot device
- boot the station, it will start up properly
- run CF Commit, Restart
- plug the IDE Flash power back
- in BIOS set the boot device back to the original HDD
- the station should boot properly and recognize the IDE Flash as D:.
If it is not the case, try swapping the Master/Slave jumper of the IDE Flash before plugging it in.
Except for the first several 1GB CF delivered, this should not be necessary to do.
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The Domat FCR015 zone controller with UC015 room controller for CO2-based heating, cooling and air flow control comes with new firmware. It was developed mainly for more flexible manual output re-adjustment. More interesting in terms of DID control is the possibility to assign logically output sequences from PI controllers for heating, cooling and air volume. A very powerful tool is the use of combinations of these sequences.
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This year’s last expedition of goods will take place by December 23, 2019
This training will be a basic introduction to the Merbon IDE.
This training is marked as an ongoing training to basic Merbon IDE training.
The training is for designers of building control systems with Domat components. We will focus on the most common mistakes, the connection of analogue sensors, surge protection, powering, etc.