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  1. #1
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    Landis Staefa Controller?

    I have a controller that says Landis Staefa and has a part number of 578 655 does anyone know what this is and what I need to check the program in it?

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    I'm not having any luck with that part number.
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    Staefa

    Quote Originally Posted by #1servicetech View Post
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    Thats an older Talon Raptor. You would need the Raptor Block Programmer, and hope the debug file is in it.
    G

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    Yep it's a Raptor. Seems I recall they had problems with either the inputs or outputs on those losing comm.
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    This one is running a tower and circ pumps for a heat pump loop and it doesn't switch pumps when I kill the pump that is running.

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    Raptor

    Quote Originally Posted by #1servicetech View Post
    This one is running a tower and circ pumps for a heat pump loop and it doesn't switch pumps when I kill the pump that is running.
    It depends on the version, but there is a Talon block that was used a lot. Howevere it has a bug in it. You could power it down but DO NOT DO THIS untill you change the battery to a new one. The Lon table is held with it. If the battery is dead and you power it down say good by to the table. No table no talk.

    Greg

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