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Old 05-08-2011, 10:21 PM   #1
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I have the auber 2352 PID cool setting set to 10, which should be heating and fahrenheit mode. But when I look at the sv value, it won't let me go past 100. What is the large number that is displayed when you press set once?



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Old 05-10-2011, 08:38 PM   #2
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I have the auber 2352 PID cool setting set to 10, which should be heating and fahrenheit mode. But when I look at the sv value, it won't let me go past 100. What is the large number that is displayed when you press set once?
My guess is that you have the thing in manual mode, where SV is showing you the effective percentage off power that you are using based on rapid on/off cycling (and it maxes at 100).

I don't have that PID, but I think you press the [A/M] button to go back to automatic mode. A/M = Automatic/Manual.


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Probably would be best to see an example:

http://auberins.com/images/Manual/Manual%20version%203.4.pdf

See the last page. Section 5.6. Figure 11.

Maybe you need a 2342 instead?

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http://auberins.com/images/Manual/Manual%20version%203.4.pdf

Is "Display 1" on figure 4.1, page 2 showing the temperature?
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Is "Display 1" on figure 4.1, page 2 showing the temperature?
Yes, the top value is the process value or current temperature and the bottom value is the set value or desired temperature.
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Yes, the top value is the process value or current temperature and the bottom value is the set value or desired temperature.
unless you have the thing in manual mode... in that case, SV shows you the percentage of "on" time.

Since he can't set SV to anything over 100, I am still betting the farm that he has it in manual mode.... 100% is the max SV.


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