Controller Not Responding, Can't Program
These procedures may be used to restore use of a DVC Master Module (DVC710, DVC707, DVC10, DVC7 or DVC5) if the modules Flash Memory has become corrupt for any reason. For example, power interruptions during a BIOS or Application Program download. The presenting symptoms include a module that will not communicate with a PC or other modules and the Module Status (MS) and Node Status (NS) indicators are off for the DVC710, DVC707 and DVC7 or are flashing green alternately at a one second interval on all other models.
- SAE J1939 Overview
- HCT code examples for DVC7, DVC10, DVC710, and DVC707
- Information Sources
Driving PVG Type Valves using a DVC10, DVC50, and DVC750 with "D" Type Outputs (e.g. DVC10-DDD)
This application note is intended to provide wiring, use and programming information to Programmers and System Engineers using a DVC Master Module with a "D" type output (e.g. DVC10-KKK or DVC710 etc.) to control a PVG type valve.
Driving PVG Type Valves using a PWM Filter
This application note is intended to provide wiring, use and programming information to Programmers and System Engineers using a DVC Master Module without a "D" type output (e.g. DVC10-KKK) to control a PVG type valve.
Convert 0 to 10VDC to the 0 to 5VDC
Use this procedure to convert any 0 – 10 VDC signal to 0 – 5 VDC.
Pull Up and Pull Down Sensors
Some sensors require the use of either a pull up or pull down resister. This document is an overview of how to calculate the proper resistance value for a given circuit and how they are used.