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  1. #1
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    CH530 Configuration Question

    Recently we carry out maintenance of a CVGF chiller with remote mount solid state starter. I downloaded the service report and find the unit Starter-Type is configurated with remote mount Wye-Delta. It runs no any problem.

    the chiller information as following:

    Model No:CVGF0500RK0C43010407C2L7A1C30A10000C3CC0M00T
    Production Description Block: SRTY is FSID
    PDB.jpg
    Solid Starter Model:
    SolidStarter.jpg
    MP configuration:
    Config.jpg

    My Question: what is the difference of setting with Remote Mount Wye-Delta or Floor Mount non-comm Solid State on this chiller.

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    It's because your using a hacked version of Techview .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Healey Nut View Post
    It's because your using a hacked version of Techview .
    Yep, that will do it. I heard about the hacked version of KestrelView causing a CTV motor burnout because it corrupted the MP firmware in the chiller.

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    It's funny! when I have learnt Jave about few years ago, I opened the techview software code and find the secret which way to run kestrelview.

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