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Replacing a CSC2701 compensator with a CSC5252.

Issue

Replacing a CSC2701 compensator with a CSC5252.

Environment

CSC

2701

5252

compensator

Cause

The CSC2701 compensator has been superseded by the CSC5252.

Resolution

The conversion is normally fairly straight forward, but can be more complicated if an SVT is used to provide a boost signal.

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Please note that the link between terminals 34 and 35 is only fitted where a 24 volt actuator is used.

In the chart above the old and the new terminal numbers are shown. If the old controller was connected to an SVT, which provided a boost facility, terminals 1, 4 and 5 were used to achieve this. With the new CSC, this facility is achieved using the "Setup" function. This is achieved by linking SVT terminals 4/5 to 7/8 on the CSC, having first removed the link.

To review the CSC2701 data sheet, please click HERE.

To review the CSC5252/5352 data sheet, please click HERE.

Please be aware: since July 2016 the CSC compensator and other descrete controllers were withdrawn from service.
To see "PA-00479 - Discrete Controllers - Notice of Withdrawal - Satchwell" click here.

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