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What does the 0:D 1:O 2:X 3:I 4:P 5:N in the FLSTDmSCHE software actually refer to?

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on 11/19/15, 7:37 AM 257 views

I am configuring the FLSTDmSCHE software and I can't get my head round the Valve Command type defined on screens Db10 onward. Could someone shed some light on this?


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Stefano Lanzani

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On 11/19/15, 7:39 AM

Here below you will find the meaning of the parameters and the definition of the valve. (Please note that Carel has already received a petition to add in the manual the information below and it will be added as of the next manual version):

D= disable (valve disabled)

O= open (Valve opened)

X= close (valve closed)

I= intermittent (valve intermittent)

P= pulsing (pulsing valve)

N= negative pulsing (negative pulsing valve). This has been inserted as some compressors on the market have this valve always active, while it start pulsing when disabled.

Hope this helps.

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