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Discrepancy Warning

    Last Modified: May 15, 2018

    Discrepancy Warnings are only used in Triple Input (2oo3) configurations. The module FPGA returns a Discrepancy Warning to the User Program when one of the three input channels read a current discrepancy that exceeds the defined parameters.


    To ensure that the module detects and responds to discrepancy warnings, set the discrepancy current parameter as low as the system will allow.


    You must set the discrepancy current greater than 0 mA.

    You can use AIn.DiscrepancyWarning as a transition condition on the state machine diagram. If a discrepancy warning fault occurs, the User Program will transition to a user-configured state.

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