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The controller for our FPLC is giving the message 'burn in' in the display and then just slowly counts up from 0:00. the keypad is unresponsive. I have tried disconnecting the controller and rebooting it. No change. This problem occurred after a power failure to the Research Centre. Is there a way to correct this problem?
We had the same problem with our LCC 501 Plus liquid chromatography controller - after "master restart" by pressing "reset/diagnostics" button on rear panel, the controller indicates "Burn In" message and slowly counts (i.e. 0.01 -> 0.02 -> 0.03 and so on) during more than 8 hours. There was no reaction on keyboard, power on/off. But after all I pressed Reset/Diagnostics button when LCC was "Off" and switch it "On" and release button after 2 seconds and our LCC showed "Check Code 191". I.E. I did "master restart" once more. After that LCC-501 is ok and works properly.
Posted on Jun 30, 2017
Someone has pressed the reset button at the back of the unit. The memory banks are being cleared and all settings are set to default. Wait until the process finishes (hour maybe) and till the "check code 191" is displayed. This means that the restore to factory settings is finished. After that you should be able to use the unit again although all your programs are lost.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I think it maybe because you haven't installed the "Driver" either at all, or properly. Uninstall any/all software. Reboot, DO NOT plug in unit. now, re-install the Software and Driver. Reboot, NOW plug in the unit, it should now be detected, and work.
You don't say what OS you are using? If Vista or Win 7, try installing as Administrator and also set Compatibility Mode for XP SP2 and run the main .exe as Administrator too.
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
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Share: Reactive power controllers MCE and MCX are designed to measure the reactive power of an installation and to give the necessary instructions for connecting & disconnecting capacitors in order to maintain the desired cos ö.
All the controllers are commanded by a microprocessor that ensures an uniform ageing of contractors and capacitors by using a circular connection sequence that takes into account the time that each capacitor has been switched on.
Power factor value to be reached can be adjusted in a continuous way, between 0.85 inductive and 0.95 capacitive.
Standard working programs for controllers are 1:1:1:1, 1:2:2:2, 1:2:4:4, 1:2:4:8 and 1:1:2:2.
*Item Code: MCE
Power factor controllers MCE measures the cos ö of a supply system and control the automatic connection and disconnection of compensation capacitors according to the desired cos ö. They are available in 6 or 12 steps. To see the technical specification and for these steps please go to the attached Pdf file.
*The MCE-12F plus (12 steps) power factor controller measures cos ö in the system and regulates the automatic connection and disconnection of the capacitors depending on the required cos ö. MCE-12F plus is specially designed to control equipments with static switches based on thyristors, which operate through a zero step controller. *
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