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  1. #14
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    the 100 panel has blue read out, only one pressure transducer (oil). one line of display. 200 panel has several lines of display.

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    Ok, it's a 200 panel then.
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    this issue ended up being a connection issue right at the MCB. I got a PDF parts file and they don't list a connector kit. Pulled and depressed the connection pin too make it tighter and kept 4.97 vdc input all day. thanks for the input guys.

    r404a

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    Way to go!

    I always liked the 200 panel.
    Still have 4 of them on the hoof.
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    Quote Originally Posted by r404a View Post
    this issue ended up being a connection issue right at the MCB. I got a PDF parts file and they don't list a connector kit. Pulled and depressed the connection pin too make it tighter and kept 4.97 vdc input all day. thanks for the input guys.

    r404a
    I talked to someone last night said he knows where to get them, I will let you know once I find out.

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    I found some of those red connectors. They came in the mail today. They are the same. No white cover though. I got them at Mouser Electronics
    Mouser p/n 571-3-640433-9 mfg p/n 3-640433-9

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    A lot of times it's just the nature of power utility switching, and the control sees a funny cycle while it's running.

    I'm not sure what the dates were for the switch from 100 to the 200/280 panel.
    I know our outfit has a 200 from 1995, and three 200 panels installed as updates in 1998.
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    rick


    thanks for thereply. by chance, how many pins on that one?


    r404a

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    9 pins

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    thanks rick

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    McQuay monitors the 5.0VDC in case a sensor shorts and drags the voltage down. This would mean none of the sensors or transducers wouls be reading correctly so they initiate a shut down. More that likely, you will have to replace the 280 processor. Good news is you can get a rebuilt but make sure you tell them to load the software you have or it will come empty.
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    good tip, stickerhead. thanks for the input. speaking of programming, if one is sent out not programed, contractors get the software to do it in the field?


    r404a

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    Quote Originally Posted by r404a View Post
    good tip, stickerhead. thanks for the input. speaking of programming, if one is sent out not programed, contractors get the software to do it in the field?


    r404a
    Not unless you have Win Monitor software
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