[TRNSYS-users] table lookup type

David BRADLEY d.bradley at tess-inc.com
Mon Jun 17 11:05:32 PDT 2013

   Have a look at Type42. It uses the same data file format as does 
Type107 so it still may be more complicated than what you are looking 
for. Alternatively, you could use Type62, which allows TRNSYS to call Excel.

On 6/17/2013 12:21, Glueck, Christian (FSM) wrote:
> Dear TRNSYS users,
> I'm currently looking for a TRNSYS table lookup type, but can't find
> one. It's either plain obvious and I'm too blind to see it, or I will
> have to use any type that I haven't thought of so far. Anyone with an
> idea, please help me out.
> The type should be able to return data from a plain text file (or xls,
> or csv, or...) when asked for a given line of the text file, or
> something similar. It would be even better if the type could search for
> a given line in the file when given the first (or first few) entries of
> a line.
> Any similar method will also be fine.
> I figured one could extend the source of type 107 (sorption chiller with
> performance data file) for that, but I'm still hoping something simpler
> could be out there already.
> Thanks for your help.
> Best regards,
> Christian
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