Chris Goodman, the Senior BMS Technician at Coventry University, had a problem on his MS/TP network.
One system on campus was consistently unstable, with data that was garbled. They tracked the network’s condition over six months, and couldn’t pinpoint the source of problems. Because it was an MS/TP system, they struggled to get visibility using conventional tools.
Enter Visual BACnet.
“Using Visual BACnet and running a quick 2-minute capture was a massive help. In fact, I don’t know if we would have found the problem without it!” – Chris Goodman, Senior BMS Technician, Coventry University
Visual BACnet is the world’s #1 software solution to optimize, maintain, and repair building control systems. With a robust set of features, Visual BACnet helps you find over 50 challenging BACnet issues.
Join our live webinar to learn how Chris and his team found and fixed their persistent building control system problems with Visual BACnet.
Date & Time
Date: September 29th 2021
Time: 8 a.m. PDT / 11 a.m. EDT
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