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How does it work?

Probewell | Site Tester | ST-2/XT3This unit is also a socket type tester, which can obtain the reading directly from the secondary.

It does not require an external load to perform the test as it utilizes the voltage from the secondary.

The back of the unit has removable twist tabs that can be switched in position without the need of using any tool to accommodate the different types of meter bases.

The switch selector is a toggle button to select the right form to test. The user can grab the tester in one hand and configure the back of the unit with the other before installing it on the meter base.

The accessories are plugged in the front of the unit with a 12-pin port connector. As the unit can perform a test on all three phases simultaneously, the accessories have an electronically compensated linked to 3 Rogowski cables for CT testing or 3 banana plug end cables and clamps for PT testing.

The installation of the tester can be done in less than 2 minutes, the accessories can be plugged in the front of the unit prior to installing the tester in the meter base.

Once the tester installed, the only manipulation left is to hook the Rogoswki cables around the CTs and the clamps to be clamped to the PTs.

 

The tester can be controlled from a safe distance using a mobile device such as smart phone, tablet, or laptop computer.

Probewell Connect | Power Quality Test | Time | Full Screen Mode

Using a phone or tablet, the user is not requested to bend to operate the tester. The duration

of the test will depend on the meter and type of test selected but for a complete PQ test and a Ratio Test, it can take under 8 minutes.

For overhead installations, another accessory is available that acts as an interface between the HV Probes (Sensorlink) and the tester.

Cables extensions are also available for use with the CT and PT accessories to use when CT and PT are further than 15 feet away from the meter base.

Can I use it without accessories? How many accessories can I use with?

Yes, it can work without any accessories, depending on the test you wish to perform on the site.  The only test that it is not available without accessories would be the primary/secondary analysis (Ratio Test).   

 

The accessories available are 3 phases Rogowski coils rated at 2500A max (ST-3/FLEX-XT2500) and another model rated at 5000A (ST-3/FLEX-XT5000), Voltage Transducer rated at 600 Volts max (ST-3/PT600), and two interface adapters to use with the SensorLink® Amp LiteWire (ST-3/ALW) and Volt LiteWire (ST-3/VLW) for overhead (pole mounted) installations. 

The accessories are 15 ft long. Cable extensions are available for purchase. The extension cable is used when the primary CT or PT is far from the meter installation. They are compatible with ST-3/FLEX2500, ST-3/FLEX5000 and ST-3/PT600 accessory. 

When using one of these extensions on primary current or primary voltage accessory previously described, the performance of the accessory will be derated. 

 

The table below shows which installed accessory is needed or not for the supported tests. 

  Power Quality  CT Ratio/Phase  PT Ratio/Phase  CT Secondary Burden  Admittance 
CT Accessory  Not necessary  Mandatory  Not necessary  Optional  Not necessary 
PT Accessory  Not necessary  Not necessary  Mandatory  Not necessary  Not necessary 

 

How about yearly calibration of the tester? Do the accessories need to be calibrated?

The units are calibrated at the factory before delivery to your facilities. We suggest verifying accuracy of the testers using the build in accuracy test in the application at least once a year or as per local PUC or company regulations to ensure that your measuring instruments always perform according to expected specifications and standards.  

The accessories are calibrated at the factory. 

How does the Admittance test work?

By injecting a small audio of 1500 kHz into the CT secondary, then measuring the induced current of the audio frequency to determine the admittance value. 

Analog filtering and programmable gain are used to get the best dynamic range for the DSP to compute the admittance @ 60Hz. While CT burden needs secondary current to achieve its purpose, the admittance needs small or no current (max 0.5A) on the secondary side. If the current is higher than 0.5A, the test will not be conducted. 

All the phases are done sequentially. 

This test can be done with or without accessory. 

How does it get the results? How about with a variable load?

The ST3/XT3 can display instantaneous RMS reading for voltage and current.  The hardware within can get an averaged RMS over 12 cycles at 60 Hz and we could also run a moving average over a bigger set of RMS readings to reduce the effect of load fluctuations. 

What happens when the primaries are overhead or underground?

Although we provide various options to properly test primaries, some installations may be hard to reach.  The overhead primaries can be tested with the SensorLink® Amp LiteWire and Volt LiteWire along with the interface accessories for the ST-3/XT3. 

Can it generate graphs from the readings? Which ones?

The results are expressed in table format and graphical format, those will be generated into the PDF. All the information from the Power quality and burden test have graphics. Vector Diagram to see your phase angles (phasors) real time waveform, THD, and more. 

Probewell Connect | Power Quality Test | Phase Angle | Full Screen ModeProbewell Connect | Power Quality Test | Time | Full Screen Mode

Can I use in on a 5S installation?

Yes. In order to use the ST-3/XT3 on a 5S or 45S installation, you must use the included 5S adapter. 

Probewell | XT3 | Accessory | S5 Adapter

Can the App run from a computer or only from a phone or tablet?

Yes, there is a Windows App version of Probewell Connect that can be used with a computers or a laptop. Using an Iphone phone or tablet, the iOS App can be downladed at the Apple Store. The Android App can be downloaded from Google Play and used from any Android phone or tablet. 

Probewell Connect | App Store

Minimal requirement: iOS 11 and up 

Probewell Connect | Google Play

Android 7.0 and up 

Windows:

The application supports all PCs running Windows 10 . Older versions of Windows are not actively tested by Probewell Lab. 

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Are the external CT's fiber for Primary rated voltages 7.2 kV 60:1 to 14.4 kV 120:1?

We have adaptors to use with the SensorLink AMP Litewire and Volt Litewire. 

What is the length of the current loop cables from the junction box that they branch out from?

The original length of the accessories it’s 15 feet. But if you require an additional length, extension cables can be purchased of 50 (ST-3/EXT50) and 100 (ST-3/EXT100) feet.  

What is the procedure when installing the tester?

The ST-3/XT3 is compatible with CT rated installations forms 3S, 4S, 6S, 8S and 9S, it is also compatible with installation forms 5S, 35S and 45S using the included adapter. Before testing a CT rated installation in the field, always make sure that the electrical wiring of the meter base is fully compatible with those shown in User Guide, Appendix B.  

The ST-3/XT3 must first be configured to the meter base in accordance with User Guide, Appendix C. Then remove the meter from the meter base as per company procedure and insert the ST-3/XT3 in the meter socket by aligning the jaws of the meter base to the tabs of the ST-3/XT3. 

How many tests reports does the unit store internally?

The XT series tester’s embedded non-volatile memory can hold up to 8 MB of test report data. As a rule of thumb, the memory should hold around 1000 test reports.
A test record is created when the operator opts to save the data of a completed test.
Test modes that support data logging are:
• Power Quality
• Primary Secondary Analysis
• Secondary Burden
• Admittance
The test results can be accessed by clicking on the Records tab at the bottom of the screen.
The maximum number of test reports that can be held into the nonvolatile memory of the ST-3/XT3 depends on the test type and number of test groups created. In any case, the amount of memory should be enough to hold well over a month’s worth of test data.

When the memory is full does it start overwriting the old tests automatically or does it notify you that the memory is full before starting to overwrite?

When there is no more space in the memory of the system, the device will display a system error when trying to save the data.
The device does NOT automatically overwrite test data.
At this point, the user must transfer test reports to a computer and delete data from the tester.

How can I export my data?

Probewell | Probewell Connect | Export Function | CSV and PDF formatThe Probewell Connect application offers two data exports formats for XT series test reports: PDF and CSV.
In both cases, test data is extracted from the XT tester’s non-volatile memory and saved on a local drive on a Windows computer.
The PDF report format is a human readable, non-modifiable representation of the test data.
PDF Include all the graphic representation available on the app. The CSV report format shows the test data in a row-column text file that can be viewed with a basic text editor or Microsoft Excel.

How do I update my firmware

Follow the instructions on page 37 of your Probewell Connect User Guide.

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NT & WT Series FAQ

What is the main difference between MT-1/NT and MT-1/WT models?

The main difference is that the MT-1/NT testers are controlled from a handheld remote connected to the devise with a coiled cable. The MT-1/WT model has Wi-Fi capabilities so it can be controlled from any mobile device such as phones, tablets and laptops (iOs, Android and Windows). This enables much more features (cameras and GPS are put to good use!) and a very intuitive user interface. It also allows us to add more features over time. As app and firmware upgrades can be done in house at no cost, users will benefit from Probewell Connect’s evolution.

Does MT-1/NT models come with a handheld?

Yes, all MT-1/NT models are delivered in a carrying case with a handheld and coiled cable included, along with a user’s guide and calibration report.

Does MT-1/WT models come with a handheld?

No, the MT-1/WT does not come with a handheld included. It is made primarily to be controlled from a mobile device. The handheld is optional and can be purchase separately at any time.

Please note that the remote has a special programing to work with this model. The only handheld models that can be retrofitted to work with MT-1/WT models are the NTU series (this is specified at the back of the handheld). If you have an NTU remote, you can send it for programing to work with the MT-1/WT testers.

Does any of the meter tester come with accessories?

No, the accessories are optional, and you will be able to determine which ones you need depending on your meter type population. Each test requires a specific sensor depending on the type of meter. An electromechanical meter will require a Metercam to determine disk rotations while solid-state meters require a pulse pickup. Two different types of pulse pickups and two additional adapters may be needed depending on the meters to be tested. Please take a look at our Product/Accessories page for more details.

How can I retrieve and download results? Is it the same fore MT-1/NT models vs. MT-1/WT models?

On MT-1/NT models, the results are stored on the handheld remote. You can store up to 100 tests. In order to download results into a PC, you will need to use a USB device and our NTDataOne software. These accessories can be purchased separately at any time. If you are manually inserting results into another operational system, you can see the stored results on the handheld accessing the record viewer. Instructions are in the manual. Data on MT-1/WT models can be retrieved either via NTDataOne or our Windows App.

Do I need to calibrate the testers? If yes, how often?

The units are calibrated at the factory before delivery to your facilities. We suggest calibrating the testers at least once a year or as per local PUC or company regulations to ensure that your measuring instruments always perform according to expected specifications and standards. Calibration can be performed in house using a calibration kit and a NIST traceable standard. If you would like to verify if your standard is compatible, please contact us at support@probewell.com.

We also offer calibration services at our lab, please send us an email to info@probewell.com for an RMA estimate and return instructions.

Are all accessories compatible with all tester models?

Most accessories are compatible with all models. You can use older accessories with new tester models. If you own 20-25 years old accessories, some might not be compatible with the new generation models (i.e. pulse pickup PW-9071), but all new accessories can be used with old generation testers.

If you have a Metercam with a MT-1/NT unit and you would like to use it with a MT-1/WT model, you will require a different coiled cable. Please let us know if you would like more information about this to info@probewell.com

During the testing of a meter on a customer meter base, will the customer have power to their house when the unit is installed on the meter base?

The customer has power back for the duration of the test thanks to our internal bypasses.

The only outage the customer experience is when removing the meter to insert the tester and when removing the tester to put the meter back in the installation.

The testers do not use customer load, they create their own load with the built-in three separate phantom loads. This is for all self-contained meters or any meter base that does not have meter base bypasses.

For CT rated meters, the installations bypasses can be used to avoid removing the power from them at all.

How many meter tests does the unit store internally?

100 tests

When the memory is full does it start overwriting the old tests automatically or does it notify you that the memory is full before starting to overwrite?

The test data is never overwritten when the socket runs out of storage.  The socket will generate an error and will indicate that you need to export test data to a PC.

When you try t save the 101th test, it will display a message saying :

No more available report save slots. Transfer test reports from socket to PC and delete reports from socket. If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc Technical Service.

In the next firmware version for the WT testers, the number of test reports slots being currently used will be visible in the Info section of the app (top right button).  With the current firmware, you can go to the Reports page and it says at the top how many reports are currently on the system.

When the CSV export function is used to export test data to a file, will the tests continue to compile in the CSV database even after the internal memory of the unit starts to overwrite old test

I suggest when exporting test results into CSV, to delete all tests so you will start from 0 again.

When saving the next batch into the same file, it will append the new data to the existing file.

The new data will be added to the end of the existing file without duplicating a second header for the newer data. If you create a new path in the local preferences, then a new file will be created instead.

How do I update my firmware

Follow the instructions on pages 53-54 of the Probewell Connect User Guide.

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Troubleshooting

At power on the socket does not start

The socket is not powering up and no display on the handheld controller

  • Check if the fan inside the socket is running.
  • Make sure the form selector is set according to the meter base being used.
  • Verify the voltage of the meter base between 100 and 480VAC.
  • The meter base must be able to provide at least 150VA
  • Do not install tester in a testboard.

At power on the remote control does not work

If the fan inside the socket is running but the remote control’s display is blank

  • Check the coiled cables for damaged connector
  • Check the contacts of the coiled cable at both ends
  • Check the RJ12 connector on the handheld and the socket
  • Try another coiled cable

Meter under test does not work

If the meter is not powering up after selection of the form.

  • Make sure the selected Form matches with the one indicated on the meter nameplate.
  • Turn the tester off and on and try again.
  • Check meter insertion.
  • The meter could be defective. Try another meter.

No pulse found (Solid-State meters)

If the remote control displays | Waiting..... | and nothing happens.

  • “Make sure the sensor is positioned over the IR pulse emitter of the meter.
  • Some meters need to be set in Test Mode to emit a proper pulse for testing.
  • See the meter user manual”

Metercam is not synchronized with the disk

The metercam is not detecting correctly the black flag on the disk

  • Make sure the Kh of the remote control does correspond to the one indicated on the nameplate of the meter.
  • Reposition metercam and start test over again.

Metercam keeps on scanning without finding the disk

The metercam is not detecting the black flag on the disk of the meter being tested.

  • Check if the disk is turning.
  • Check the disk of the meter is in the metercam disk zone.
  • Check that the suction cups are adhering properly on the meter face. If needed, lightly wet the suction cups.

High Error or Over% result

After completion of test you have results with high value or OVER%.

  • Make sure the Kh of the remote control does correspond to the one indicated on the nameplate of the meter.
  • Without pickup, this indicates a bad synchronization at the beginning and the end of a test. Start the test again with a higher number of revolutions. The meter might be defective.
  • If the Metercam is used, make sure that the 4 suction cups stick perfectly on the meter cover during the entire test.
  • Some meter requires to be put in TEST MODE to stop the pulses from the communication module. Check meter user manual for details.
  • With a communication module, restart the test but remove the head of the Optical Pickup from the meter and select your meter form on the remote, then wait about 15 to 20 seconds before putting the head back on meter. This will let the test pulse from the AMI module pass and you will get a proper Kh evaluation.

Problem connecting to the MT-1/WT device with Probewell Connect

The Probewell Connect application is having trouble connecting to the MT-1/WT device or it is stuck in the initialization sequence.

  • If your phone or tablet has cellular data, enable the use of data for Probewell Connect in the Cellular settings of iOS or Android.
  • If you are using Probewell Connect on a Windows computer, please close other programs that may require network connectivity. 

Tips & Meter Work Arounds

GE KV2 Meters

Not able to get the right KH value at start up

Description of the problem :

The GE KV2 meters at startup has false pulses from the meter self-test and will falsify the reading of the initial KH evaluation at startup of your unit.

Solution :

Before the selection of the form on your handheld remove the optical head of your optical pickup from your meter and select the form, wait 15 to 20 seconds and re-install the head onto the meter, this should rectify the problem.

Elster A3 Alpha meters

When evaluating the Kh I get a value of 0.3 instead of the KH from the Meter face plate

Description of the problem :

The Elster Alpha series have false pulses causing a wrong Kh evaluation.

Solution :

Remove the cover and with a small screw driver turn and push the test-mode switch located to the left side of the meter, this will stop the communication module from emitting and will correct your problem of wrong Kh evaluation. Remember to put bac the switch to the normal position once finished otherwise the meter registration will not record anything.

GE I-210 metes

When testing a GE I-210 meter I get a busy on the meter and my reading are wrong at the end of test

Description of the problem :

The GE I-210 equipped with AMI modules will transmit every 60 seconds and will create false pulse during the test.

Solution :

In the configuration menu, go the General edition and shorten the duration of test to 10 seconds, this will allow you to test the meter in between the transition of those pulses. Start the test as soon as the Busy signal flashes on the meter.

Itron Centron meter

I cannot find the pulse output on the meter

Description of the problem :

The Centron meters have test pulse output separate from the communication port.

Solution :

On the top side of the meter you will locate a LED pipe that is transmitting the pulse output, place the optical head there and you will be able to test the meter.

Landis & Gyr Focus AX model meters

I am not able to get a good result on LL.

Description of the problem :

The Landis & Gyr Focus AX model equipped with communication module can send false pulses during the test sequence.

Solution :

Under the cover the Landis & Gyr Focus meter have a lever that puts the meter into test mode and disable any pulse from the communication module. It is a black lever located in the center left of the from of the meter.

Electromechanical meter with TWAX or DCSI module

Not able to read the disk with the metercam

Description of the problem :

Meter equipped with TWAX modules covers the disk area and the normal metercam cannot read the disk.

Solution :

Probewell makes a variant of the metercam. The metercam Sidemount. This metercam, like the name says, is attached to the side face of the meter and will read the disk there. It is harder to aligned and if you have obstacle in the field of view it might not see the disk properly. Make sure the field of view as no wires crossing the field of view.

Electronic meters with red LED

I cannot get the pulse to be read by the optical pickup

Description of the problem :

The optical PW-9073 is an optical pickup that read IR pulses and will not see red LED.

Solution :

To read pulses from the Red LED you require the variant of the optical pickup the PW-9073V, this optical pickup is made to read visible LED.

Sensus Icon A Meter Form 3S

I damaged my Sensus Meter with your equipment

Description of the problem :

Sensus installed a MOV rated at 175 Volts between the A Phase current element and the neutral for the voltage. Our unit puts line voltage on the top 2 jaws and put a neutral on the neutral that goes either at the 6 or 9 o’clock position, which put a potential difference of 240 Volts and damages the MOV.

Solution :

We make adapter that will test 3S Sensus meters without damaging them. It eliminates the voltage difference between the A Phase and the neutral.

Sensus Icon A Meter form 4S

I am using a MT-1/NT4 and I damaged the meter with my equipment

Description of the problem :

Sensus installed a MOV rated at 175 Volts between the A Phase current element and the neutral for the voltage. Our unit puts line voltage on the top 2 jaws and put a neutral on the neutral that goes either at the 6 or 9 o’clock position, which put a potential difference of 240 Volts and damages the MOV.

Solution :

There is no fix for using the MT-1/NT4 with that meter, but if you purchase the MT-1/NT5 or MT-1/NT9 this problem is eliminated.

Class 320 Meters with plastic cover in the meter base

I have a meter base form 2S class 320 and I cannot insert my MT-1/NT3 or MT-1/NT9.

Description of the problem :

Some covers in the class 320 Meter base have covers without the holes for the B phase of our 3 phase meter testers to be inserted.

Solution :

We can make adapters that can be inserted inside the meter base and you can connect the tester onto the adapter.

Landis & Gyr with Silver Spring meter

The current is unstable when I test my meter.

Description of the problem :

The Silver Spring module induces current when transmitting.

Solution :

We make adapters that will attenuate the current inducted in our current generation transformers.

Vision Meter Form 3S

Meter is not recognized by the Probewell tester

Description of the problem :

The Vision meters with form 3S have a by-pass connecting the voltage to the current element of the Probewell testers

Solution :

Put an isolation cap on the lower C phase tab (right side) to isolate the current element.

NT Series Error messages

When an error message is displayed on the remote control, it means that the MT-1/NT3, MT-1/NT4, MT-1/NT5 or the MT-1/NT9 has detected something wrong in the system. If any of the messages still appear after a second powering on, please contact Probewell Lab Inc. Technical Service.

CAL.DATA ERROR!

CHECK INSERTION!

This message appears when the meter is not making proper contact with the pistons of the meter (only with MT-1/NT5 and MT-1/NT9)

  • Remove and reinstall meter making sure that it’s fully inserted.
  • With meters without KYZ tab this message will appear just continue the test this will not affect your test. (MT-1/NT9 only)

CHECKSUM ERROR!

An error in the EEPROM memory of the socket has been detected.

  • If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc. Technical Service.

COM ERROR: 91!

A communication error between the socket and the remote control has been detected. When this message is displayed, the meter does not power up.

  • Check cable connection
  • Check if your cable(s) are connected in the right order with the unit and the pickup you are using, check description of pickups in the user guide for proper connections.
  • If this message still appears, please contact Probewell Lab Inc. Technical Service.

CONFIG ERROR!

An error in the EEPROM memory of the handheld remote control has been detected. The configuration of the user is stored in this memory.

  • It is possible at this time to come back to the manufacturer’s configuration by pressing PF.
  • If the message still appears after a second powering on, please contact Probewell Lab Inc. Technical Service.

DATALOG MEMORY ACCESS ERROR!

ERROR CAN’T TEST SENSUS METER!

This message appears after you answered | YES | at testing SENSUS meters and | NO | at using a 3S ADAPTER.

  • Use an adapter to test the 3S SENSUS meters.
  • The 4S SENSUS meter cannot be tested with the MT-1/NT4.
  • If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc. Technical Service.

LINE VOLTAGE OUT OF RANGE!

This message appears when the voltage is outside the voltage parameters of the test unit (100-480 VAC).

  • Check input voltage.
  • If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc. Technical Service.

METER NOT INSTALLED

The socket is not detecting the meter current elements and a message meter not installed is displayed on the handheld controller.

 

  • Make sure the meter tabs are fully plugged in the MT-1/NT’s front jaws.
  • Check if the front jaws of the MT-1/NT’s socket are clean and in good condition.
  • Check the meter’s contacts for good condition and cleanliness.
  • Try another meter.
  • Turn the MT-1/NT off and on and start again.

MT-1 BIOS ERROR!

An error in the EEPROM memory of the socket has been detected.

  • If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc. Technical Service.

SOCKET ERROR!

VOLTAGE ON FRONTSHELL!

This message appears while doing a calibration and voltage is detected on the front jaws of the Probewell tester.

  • Check connection from the accuracy test jack.
  • Check that there is no connection between the auxiliary power and potential input of your standard.
  • If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc. Technical Service.

WRONG FIRMWARE!

The handheld is not detecting the right socket to work with.

  • You are using a handheld controller that is not matched to your socket.
  • If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc. Technical Service.

WT Series Error messages

When an error message is displayed on Probewell Connect, it means that the MT-1/WT3 or the MT-1/WT1 has detected something wrong in the system. If any of the messages still appear after a second powering on, please contact Probewell Lab Inc. Technical Service.

108 SOCKET_VOLTAGE_FRONT_SHELL_ERROR

Voltage detected on the front jaws when meter is not energized

  • Check test setup. If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc Technical Service.

118 SOCKET_AMP_FAULT

Socket is unable to read the proper current on front jaws

  • Check meter insertion. Reboot the socket with the meter attached. If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc Technical Service.

111 SOCKET_LOAD_CONFIG_ERROR

Error reading the EEPROM of the socket. Reverts to default values

  • If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc Technical Service.

112 SOCKET_CONFIG_CHECKSUM_ERROR

Error reading the EEPROM of the socket. Reverts to default values

  • If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc Technical Service.

120 SOCKET_LINE_VOLTAGE_OUT_RANGE

Line voltage is outside of socket parameters (between 100 VAC and 480 VAC)

  • Check input voltage. If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc Technical Service.

121 SOCKET_LINE_FREQUENCY_OUT_RANGE

Line frequency is outside of socket parameters (between 58 Hz and 60 Hz)

  • Check input frequency. If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc Technical Service.

203 OPTDEV_NOT_DETECTED

No optical device detected

  • Connect optical device to IO port. If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc Technical Service.

402 METER_CONFIG_CHECKSUM_ERROR

Error reading the EEPROM memory of the socket. Reverts to default values

  • If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc Technical Service.

405 METER_VOLTAGE_OUT_OF_RANGE

Meter voltage is outside of socket parameters (between 100 VAC and 480 VAC)

  • Check input voltage. If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc Technical Service.

406 METER_FREQUENCY_OUT_OF_RANGE

Meter frequency is outside of socket parameters (betwenn 58 Hz and 60 Hz)

  • Check input frequency. If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc Technical Service.

407 METER_NOT_FOUND

No meter detected

  • Check meter insertion. If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc Technical Service.

408 METER_NONE_INSTALLED

No meter installed during KH autodetect

  • Check meter insertion. If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc Technical Service.

502 CALIBRATION_VOLTAGE_OUT_OF_RANGE

Voltage on front jaws is out of range during calibration ( within 5% of selected nominal value)

  • Check input voltage. If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc Technical Service.

503 CALIBRATION_CURRENT_OUT_OF_RANGE

Current on front jaws is out of range during calibration (within 5% of nominal value)

  • Check test setup. If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc Technical Service.

504 CALIBRATION_FREQUENCY_OUT_OF_RANGE

Frequency on front jaws is out of range during calibration (within 5% of 60 Hz)

  • Check input frequency. If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc Technical Service.

505 CALIBRATION_IFB_SCALE_OUT_OF_RANGE

Current on front jaws is out of range

  • Check test setup. If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc Technical Service.

506 CALIBRATION_BURDEN_TOO_HIGH

Cannot reach maximal calibration current value

  • Check test setup. If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc Technical Service.

507 CALIBRATION_NO_PULSE

No pulse is received on the socket IO port

  • Check test setup. If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc Technical Service.

1009 QUESTIONS_CHECKSUM_ERROR

Error reading the EEPROM of the socket. Reverts to default values

  • If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc Technical Service.

1111 REMOTE_CONFIG_CHECKSUM_ERROR

Error reading the EEPROM of the socket. Reverts to default values

  • If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc Technical Service.

1216 REPORTS_CHECKSUM_BAD

1217 REPORTS_ALL_SLOTS_USED

No more available report save slots

  • Transfer test reports from socket to PC and delete reports from socket. If the message continues to appear, please contact Probewell Lab Inc Technical Service.

1302 SYSTEM_INIT_ERROR

Could not initialize system

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