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What ElecType can be used with the current range of controllers

Issue

What ElecType can be used with the current range of controllers

Environment

Continuum

NC2 NC11 CX9900 CX9940 bCX bCX4040 bCX9640 ACX57 b3 i2

Cause

What ElecType can be used with the current range of controllers

Resolution

The current range of Continuum controllers can't use most of the options available in Continuum (ElecType) as many of these are for older controllers. See Continuum help (in Cyberstation) for the best descriptions of use.

Current range of controllers mostly use (see specific spec. for full details):-
Voltage, Digital, Counter, ACCTemp(DegF), ACCTemp(DegC), Supervised

To use any other analog sensors, within the current range of controllers, including thermocouples and RTDs, they need to be converted to a 0-10Vdc (or preferably 0-5Vdc) or 4-20mA and use "Voltage" ElecType
 

Other ElectTypes below.

For CX9400 controller:-
RTDTemp(DegF), RTDTemp(DegC), RTD1000TempF, RTD1000TempC, ThermCoupJTempF, ThermCoupJTempC, ThermCoupKTempF, ThermCoupKTempC, ThermCoupTTempF, ThermCoupTTempC, ThermCoupETempF, ThermCoupETempC, ThermCoupRTempF, ThermCoupRTempC, ThermCoupSTempF, ThermCoupSTempC, ThermCoupBTempF, ThermCoupBTempC, RTDTempF2W, RTDTempC2W, RTD1000TempF2W, RTD1000TempC2W

Not Used:-
ACC_InputCurrent, ACC_Keypad, ACC_Pressure, ACC_Airflow

Older Controllers:-
TankProbe

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