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DVC 6000 Series

Good Morning,

I'm interested in knowing how the microprocessor restart at 3.5mA affects the DVC. I expect this would add a time lag but can someone give me some details on this?

Regards

7 Replies

  • Dear Sir,
     
    Below are some information that affects DVC control.
     
     
    Best regards
    Charles
     
  • In reply to Charles Lim:

    Charles,

    Thanks for the reply.

    I have the manual but I'm more interested in what actually happens to the DVC when it drops below 3.5mA, what happens on a restart and what if any time lag is introduced by this.

    Regards

    Paul
  • Dear Paul,
     
    DVC6000 and DVC6200 will require approximately 0.5 second to initialize upon power-up.
     
    Best regards
    Charles
     
  • In reply to Charles Lim:

    Thanks Charles,

    Is it still collecting diagnostic data when power is less than 3.5mA? Would any alerts still be captured?

    Regards

    Paul
  • In reply to PaulB:

    Can anyone advise if the DVC Is it still collecting diagnostic data when power is less than 3.5mA? Would any alerts still be captured?

    Regards
  • In reply to PaulB:

    As far as I know, the host system will loss its communication on the DVC below 3.5mA while it shows bad sensor failure or saturated/sensor low error.
  • In reply to PaulB:

    Btw, yes you may still capture any alerts depending on your configuration on the DVC, even if it's below 3.5mA. You may find the "Alert Setup" starting on page 60 of the DVC6200 Instruction Manual Released on Dec2013.