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Setpoint managers are simulated in order of occrence as found in the input file and by set point manager type as coded within the program. The last SPM to be simulated will overwrite the previous node set point temperature.

If you are using the mixed air set point managers to adjust the temperature set point based on fan heat and then write that value to a different node then the solution is to move one of those SPM values to any other nose in the simulation (any node that is not used to store a temperature set point).

Setpoint managers are simulated in order of occrence as found in the input file and by set point manager type as coded within the program. The last SPM to be simulated will overwrite the previous node set point temperature.

If you are using the mixed air set point managers to adjust the temperature set point based on fan heat and then write that value to a different node then the solution is to move one of those SPM values to any other nose node in the simulation (any node that is not used to store a temperature set point).