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Product Bulletin FX Tools Express Issue Date October 31, 2005 FX Tools Express Software Package FX Tools Express is a Windows based software package for configuring, downloading and commissioning of predefined standard Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) applications for Facility Explorer field controllers. The FX Tools Express software package includes FX Builder Express and FX CommPro N2. FX Builder Express allows you to select and configure applications from a predefined library for the Facility Explorer field controllers, and FX CommPro N2 provides complete N2 controller commissioning capabilities. Both FX Builder Express and FX CommPro N2 use the same graphic user interface. FX CommPro N2 includes feature to allow you to view parameters, tune controls, and save parameter values for use with other controllers. FX CommPro N2 enables the monitoring and control of connected Facility Explorer controllers. Figure 1 : FX Tools Express CD-Rom Features and Benefits Graphical User Interface Standard Applications Online Commissioning Drop-Down Selection Menus for Configuration Options Shows the application to the user as it is being defined Optimizes and minimizes engineering time using a set of standard proven HVAC preconfigured applications Allows users to read, modify, and tune signal values while the application is running in the FX controller Allows users to quickly and easily create and set parameters for control applications 2005 Johnson Controls, Inc. 1 Code No. LIT-12011085 Software Release 1.0
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