|Supply voltage out of range.
|The supply voltage is below the minimum (range: 15 ... 30 V DC or 24 V AC ±10 % 50/60 Hz).
|The error clears when the supply voltage returns to the specified range. Check your power supply and restart the transmitter if needed.
|Analog output out of range.
|The analog output (1 ... 3) identified in the message has gone out of range.
|The error clears when the output returns to range. Check the analog output configuration.
|Outputs configured for different probe.
|An analog output configuration for another type of probe already exists in the transmitter, so the settings cannot be received automatically from the type of probe you are connecting.
|Configure the analog output settings for the new probe, or clear the analog output configuration of the transmitter to enable automatic receiving of the settings.
|No probe connected.
|The measurement probe is not connected, or the probe is connected poorly and cannot be recognized by the transmitter.
|Check that you have fastened the probe correctly with the locking wheel.
|Unable to measure all parameters.
|Some of the measurements you have configured to be displayed are currently not available. This can be caused, for example, by the probe heating feature: parameters that are affected by heating cannot be shown while the heating cycle is ongoing.
|Analog output test active.
|Test output is being sent from the analog output (1 ... 3) identified in the message.
|Analog output calibration in progress.
|The analog output (1 ... 3) identified in the message is being calibrated.
|The transmitter displays the name of the connected probe.
|Waiting for measurements.
|The connected probe is preparing measurements (for example, at start-up or after a probe restart).
|Date and time not set.
|The transmitter has lost its date and time settings. This can occur, for example, if the transmitter is powered off for a long time.
Connect the transmitter to the Insight PC software or the Indigo80 handheld indicator for automatic date and time setup.