Where did EDP Settings go on SPC Firmware 3.9.1

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jasperhb
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Where did EDP Settings go on SPC Firmware 3.9.1

Post by jasperhb » Sat 03 Nov 2018, 13:16

Hi,

I'm trying to reconfigure my SPC Web Gateway to run on a different server. This means changing the Receiver IP Address.

Now, the thing is that I've since updated to SPC Firmware 3.9.1 and the current SPC Web Gateway manual is aligned to a much earlier version. Specifically, I'm no longer able to identify the EDP Receiver Settings in the new SPC Web interface when running in Full Engineer mode.

Any advice would be appreciated.

Thank you.

gol
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Re: Where did EDP Settings go on SPC Firmware 3.9.1

Post by gol » Sat 03 Nov 2018, 13:28

Hi Jasper,
Have'nt installed 3.9.1 yet, but in 3.9.0 you find it here: Communications->Reports->EDP. Probably it is in same place in 3.9.1

//Goran

jasperhb
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Re: Where did EDP Settings go on SPC Firmware 3.9.1

Post by jasperhb » Sat 03 Nov 2018, 14:04

Exactly. Thanks. Was starring my self blind on this. Reporting just didn't compute.

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Re: Where did EDP Settings go on SPC Firmware 3.9.1

Post by stephan@ats » Thu 24 Jan 2019, 21:12

hey all,
have talked to the supplier today, and have said that EDP is taken out in one of the following firmware updates to v4. because it is very outdated and causes problems with the knx module of spc x500.
they say they are going to work on flex-c protocol.
we are going to see if it is so.

because I had a problem with edp to emizon.
the translation sometimes did not correspond to sia coding

Greets stephan,
The Netherlands

gol
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Re: Where did EDP Settings go on SPC Firmware 3.9.1

Post by gol » Mon 28 Jan 2019, 19:46

Just to infom you.. According to Vanderbilt Product Manager their are no plans to phase out EDP.

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