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Communicating with York YCIV Chiller and OPC Servers

Communicating with York YCIV Chiller and OPC Servers

Communicating with York YCIV Chiller and OPC Servers

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I am doing a project to install a York YCIV chiller (MRU) for process cooling.   This is a stand-alone system with its own local controller, but I'd like to provide more information to my operators.   

I want to have some way to monitor the process conditions/alarm status of the MRU remotely.   My sales rep started talking about a BAS gateway.   I'm pretty sure he talking about a hardware device that allows communication with some type of HMI/control system.  Ideally, I'd like to hook the MRU up to a desktop computer, and read data into an OPC server.   I can then write a C# application to do what I want, but first I to know if there is some way to extract the MRU controllers data into an OPC server.   Does anyone have any experience with someone like this, has seen it before, have any recommendations, or knows where I can find more information?

Thanks!
-Seth  

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