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TE-CD-TSP 65 Operations Manual
DIAGNOSTICS
The DIAGNOSTICS menu (shown below) provides information and troubleshooting functions to help
diagnose any problems that may occur. Details on the various menu items are provided below.
DIAGNOSTICS
Vpwr:( 649) 16.0
Tcjc:(21789) 26.9
Tamb:(39050) 21.5
Pamb:( 3713) 759
Pdif:( 552) -0.0
Qamb:( 0) 0.0
MOTOR: OFF
Vpwr
The Vpwr menu item displays the internal DC voltage being seen by the system. The number in
parentheses is the raw analog to digital converter value (range of 0 - 1024), while the number to the right
represents the calibrated value. The calibration is approximate and cannot be adjusted by the user.
Typical calibrated value is between 14 and 18 volts.
Tcjc
The Tcjc menu item displays the cold junction compensation temperature associated with the
thermocouple measuring Tamb. The value in parentheses is the raw analog to digital converter (ADC)
value (range of 0 - 65535), while the number to the right represents the calibrated value. An ADC value
of 0 or 65535 indicates that the sensor is saturated. If this is observed, check all system connections. If
the problem persists, contact technical support for further instruction.
Tamb
The Tamb menu item displays the temperature being measured by the ambient thermocouple. The value
in parentheses is the raw analog to digital converter (ADC) value (range of 0 - 65535), while the number
to the right represents the calibrated value. An ADC value of 0 or 65535 indicates that the sensor is
saturated. If this is observed, check all system connections and examine the thermocouple for signs of
damage. If the problem persists, contact technical support for further instruction.
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