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Options on Synchrolinc 2423A5


roadking2003

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There are three options (Trigger Threshold, Holdoff and Hysteresis) on my Admin Console.  Where can I find a definition of these options.

 

I would also suggest you take a look at how the HL2 software indicates how these settings are used. A picture is worth a thousand words!

 

Look at the picture in the SH advert that is very helpful.

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Old Developers Notes but gives an idea of what the options are.

http://cache.insteon.com/developer/2423A5dev-112010-en.pdf

 

I don't remember if the Full Users Manual give any information on the options.

When using the ISY controller the manual button information in the manual is not needed.

http://cache.insteon.com/documentation/2423A5-en.pdf

Thanks, but that chart is beyond my pay grade.  Is there anyone who could provide an English Language description of the options?  And the Users Manual does not mention any of the three options.   

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I would also suggest you take a look at how the HL2 software indicates how these settings are used. A picture is worth a thousand words!

 

Look at the picture in the SH advert that is very helpful.

I looked at the SH ad and didn't see any pictures that are helpful.  Can you be more specific?

 

I'm using an Isy994i, not HL2.

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You really shouldn't need to adjust the options. It's best to follow the procedure in the Owner's Manual unless you have a way to actually measure load off and load on amperes.

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I hope this gives you a little more insight as the image was removed from their site. These 3 parameters are more in plain English than what is indicated I believe else where.

 

Let me know if you need more information.

 

SynchroLinc2_zps14229be4.png

 

- Trigger Threshold is in Watts, from (0 Watts) to (1800 Watts).

 

- Hold off is in approx 0.067 second increments, from (0 seconds) to (approx 17 seconds). Messages will transmit immediately once the holdoff time has passed.

 

- Hysteresis is in Watts, from (0 Watts) to (255 Watts). This is the change that must occur before checking to trigger SyncroLinc.

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