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vegapuls 69

vegapuls 69

vegapuls 69

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Having issues with a vegapuls 69. 24vDC out from panel to vega,20VDC back to AI module.No display on sensor,reading -5%.Could it be a break in the screen/earth?

RE: vegapuls 69

If there's "no display on the sensor" (transmitter indicator) where and how are you getting a reading -5%?

A broken screen/shield might add noise to the signal, but is not likely to affect the reading (Grounding at both ends might, but a broken circuit would carry a ground loop current.

Have you gone through the configuration?

When you remove a wire from the analog input terminal and put a milliamp meter in series, what does the mA meter read? 3.8mA?

RE: vegapuls 69

(OP)
Reading -5% on SCADA screen.Solved it though,faulty AI module.Thanks guys.

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