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Hannalee
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PostPosted: Tue May 01, 2007 8:36 am    Post subject: Event Log Monitor Question. Reply with quote

Where do I find a list of Categorys and Ids for the various events that a BLU-16 can generate.
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Dan Lynch
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Joined: 10 Jan 2007
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Location: Charleston, SC

PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2007 11:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You don't. The eventlog monitor object only works on Crown pip cards.

Category Event String
16 - 1 - CobraNet audio dropout on YYY, bundle ZZZ
16 - 11 - TDH above limit on Channel 1
16 - 12 - TDH above limit on Channel 2
16 - 13 - TDH above limit on Channel 3
16 - 14 - TDH above limit on Channel 4
16 - 15 - TDH above limit on Channel 5
16 - 16 - TDH above limit on Channel 6
16 - 17 - TDH above limit on Channel 7
16 - 18 - TDH above limit on Channel 8
16 - 21 - Excessive Clipping on Channel 1
16 - 22 - Excessive Clipping on Channel 2
16 - 23 - Excessive Clipping on channel 3
16 - 24 - Excessive Clipping on channel 4
16 - 25 - Excessive Clipping on channel 5
16 - 26 - Excessive Clipping on channel 6
16 - 27 - Excessive Clipping on channel 7
16 - 28 - Excessive Clipping on channel 8
16 - 31 - Fault on Channel 1
16 - 32 - Fault on Channel 2
16 - 33 - Fault on Channel 3
16 - 34 - Fault on Channel 4
16 - 35 - Fault on Channel 5
16 - 36 - Fault on Channel 6
16 - 37 - Fault on Channel 7
16 - 38 - Fault on Channel 8
16 - 41 - Load below limit on Channel 1
16 - 42 - Load above limit on Channel 1
16 - 43 - Load below limit on Channel 2
16 - 44 - Load above limit on Channel 2
16 - 45 - Load below limit on channel 3
16 - 46 - Load above limit on channel 3
16 - 47 - Load below limit on channel 4
16 - 48 - Load above limit on channel 4
16 - 49 - Load below limit on channel 5
16 - 50 - Load above limit on channel 5
16 - 51 - Load below limit on channel 6
16 - 52 - Load above limit on channel 6
16 - 53 - Load below limit on channel 7
16 - 54 - Load above limit on channel 7
16 - 55 - Load below limit on channel 8
16 - 56 - Load above limit on channel 8
16 - 61 - Line Voltage Out of Range.
16 - 71 - Power Supply: Temperature above limit.
16 - 81 - Bridge Switch: Has changed positions on the channel 1-2 pair.
16 - 82 - Bridge Switch: Has changed positions on the channel 3-4 pair.
16 - 83 - Bridge Switch: Has changed positions on the channel 5-6 pair.
16 - 84 - Bridge Switch: Has changed positions on the channel 7-8 pair.
16 - 90 - component at max workload
16 - 101 - The Input Pot Position of Channel 1 is not within range of the preferred value.
16 - 102 - The Input Pot Position of Channel 2 is not within range of the preferred value.
16 - 103 - The Input Pot Position of Channel 3 is not within range of the preferred value.
16 - 104 - The Input Pot Position of Channel 4 is not within range of the preferred value.
16 - 105 - The Input Pot Position of Channel 5 is not within range of the preferred value.
16 - 106 - The Input Pot Position of Channel 6 is not within range of the preferred value.
16 - 107 - The Input Pot Position of Channel 7 is not within range of the preferred value.
16 - 108 - The Input Pot Position of Channel 8 is not within range of the preferred value.
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buymysoul



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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2007 3:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dan,

Is this list still up-to-date?

What I am seeing using trial and error on a Cts2000 with a PIP2 USP3/CN with firmware 2.0.8.6 is:

16 - 1 - TDH above limit on Channel 1
16 - 2 - TDH above limit on Channel 2
16 - 3 - Excessive Clipping on Channel 1
16 - 4 - Excessive Clipping on Channel 2
16 - 5 -
16 - 6 -
16 - 7 - Load below limit on Channel 1
16 - 8 - Load above limit on Channel 1
16 - 9 - Load below limit on Channel 2
16 - 10 - Load above limit on Channel 2
16 - 11 - Line Voltage below limit
16 - 12 - Line Voltage above limit

Can anyone help me fill in the gaps?

Thanks,

Robin
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Dan Lynch
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2007 4:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That's actually a tough question. I can say yes, it's up to date, but that just means that you're looking at the most current information given to me by Crown. I've never actually tested these codes, so they may be completely wrong.

Dan
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Martin Barbour
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2007 3:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Robin,

Some filled in blanks for you;

16 - 5 - Fault on Channel 1
16 - 6 - Fault on Channel 2

The reason your results are different to the list posted by Dan is that his list is for an 8 channel USP/CN based amp. These cards are totally different to the 2 channel card you're using which means the error mapping is very different.

Hope this helps.

Cheers

Martin
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buymysoul



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PostPosted: Tue Dec 11, 2007 10:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Martin,

I was wondering if that might be the issue.

Thanks for rounding out my list!

Robin
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