go to the Reid Vapor Pressure Analyzers product page Darrick Kyzer asked on Feb 17th, 2014 in Reid Vapor Pressure Analyzers

I have the alaram Transducer zero limits exceeded. What does this mean?

Gary Brewer

ABB's answer

It means that the pressure reading when the zeroing part of the analytical method is done it is outside the limits.  It could mean that the sample outlet is plugged, the sample fill solenoid is stuck or the pressure transducer is damaged.

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    Gary Brewer

    Gary is the Manager for the Multiwave Photometer, Reid Vapor Pressure Analyzer and Dynamic Reflux Sampler. He recied a BS in Chemistry from Fairmont State Unitversity. He joined ABB in 1989 as an Application Engineer for the Multiwave Phtometer and later moved into product management.

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