If your system indicates a calibration alarm, it means that the difference between the measured and set calibration values is too large. The system calibrates itself at the set interval. This happens at least once every 2 weeks. All minor deviations are automatically corrected by software. If the difference is too large, the system will indicate a calibration alarm because the measurements are no longer reliable.
Watch the video to see step-by-step how to solve the alarm.
If you still have questions after watching the video or if you cannot solve the problem yourself using these instructions, please contact your installer.
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In most cases it will be a calibration gas bottle that needs to be replaced. You can check on the calibration gas bottle whether it has been opened correctly and whether it is empty and needs to be replaced.
Yes, my calibration gas bottle is empty and needs to be replaced?
1) Connect a new calibration gas bottle to your system.
Pay attention! Check carefully on the label whether the bottle contains the correct values.
2) If the new bottle is properly connected, you will need to recalibrate the control system.
No, my gas cylinder calibration is not empty and is properly connected? Then watch the video below