T3000 BMS Database Backend
T3000 can now save all the data from our controllers in an external database in Microsoft Acces format. This opens up all the internal workings of the T3000 environment to any program that can read & write to Access format files.
Comparing Dry Bulb and Enthalpy-Based Free Cooling.
Home Automation GUI Released
I have finally got to the point with the Home Automation GUI where I feel it is ready for people to start trying it out. There are still a few issues which I need to work out, but for the most part everything is working quite well. Here are a few screen captures of the
Home Automation GUI update
As most that have been monitoring our forums will know I have been working on a Node-red GUI designed to work with Tstat10 and other similar products. Recently the GUI is undergoing some pretty major changes so I have not been posting any updated flows or progress on the project – been busy actually getting
Thermistor & RTD temperature sensor reference
OverviewTemco Controls manufactures temperature sensors for the air conditioning industry which are compatible with all the major building automation systems. The sensors employ precision interchangeable thermistors and RTD elements which are stable over long periods. Highlights: Designed for all typical applications in the HVAC industry. Priced well for a competitive market Precision interchangeable sensors with
Node-Red GUI for Home Automation
I have been working on creating a Node-Red GUI (graphical user interface) for Bravo Controls, designed to Control the Tstat Thermostat. It will eventually also be available for other controllers. The goal is to create a user friendly interface that will make it easy to adjust setpoints and create schedules from a tablet, raspberry pi with touchscreen,
T3-Nano: Low cost Modbus / Bacnet router
We have a new product called the T3-Nano, it is a low cost version of the T3-BB series controllers which has all the programmable features of the larger controllers in the family but with no I/O. It can be used with the expansion i/o modules and thermostats but its also finding a niche in the
T3000 Revisions for the software release of Apr 29, 2019
1- User can insert more remote point in the “Graphic” user interface.Using the standard bacnet keywords “AV,AI,AO,BV,BI,BO” ,format is “Deviceid + Keywords + number” Such as 55555AI3 , 125AV45. This is intended for adding 3rd party bacnet objects onto the graphics displays, normally for T3 controller objects you’d use the intrinsic references like 55555IN3 and