Replace Xenta I/O Module

Issue

If a Xenta I/O module has experienced a hardware failure it may be necessary to replace it with a new controller.

Product Line

TAC Vista

Environment

  • Xenta I/O Modules
  • Xenta 411, 421, 422, 422A, 452, 452A, 471, 491

Cause

Hardware failure of a Xenta I/O module requires it to be replaced.

Resolution

  1. Physically replace the I/O module

The next steps depend on whether the I/O module is part of an LNS system or a Vista Classic Network.

LNS System

  1. Right click on the I/O module in the LNS management tool (LonMaker or NL220)
  2. Select Replace
  3. Service pin or manually enter the new neuron ID
  4. Open Vista System Plug-in
  5. Update the TAC Network
  6. Update the Vista database
  7. Download the base programmable controller

Vista Classic Network

  1. Go to Lessons Learned Article #4103 for instructions on setting the neuron ID for the new I/O module.
  2. Service pin or manually enter the new neuron ID
  3. Download the base programmable controller