We recently had a lightning strike at one of our building complexes onsite. We lost an NCM350, several DX9100s, a couple of UNTs, a mcquay microtech board (brought in through an integrator) and a TEC2101-3. Everything has been replaced except for the mcquay board.
I am getting an error in the NCM "Input buffer overrun, msg longer than maximum device expects to receive, arg = user_return_type". The arg is 49 which just so happens to be the N2 address of the TEC2101-3. Looking at the history of the zone temp from the TEC, we see that the value goes unreliable frequently, but for less than a minute. The zone temp is an analog data point with an associated input from the TEC CS object, as recommended in the TEC installation manual.
Does anyone have any ideas? Should we return/replace the TEC?