Space Sensor Fault
Description of Fault
A CATALYST Space Sensor Fault is issued when space temperature readings within the CATALYST system have abnormal readings either high (248° F) or low (–40° F). A reading of –40° F or 248° F indicates a wiring problem between the space sensor and the CATALYST controller.
A CATALYST Space Sensor Fault will automatically reset when the sensor reads an appropriate temperature.
The space temperature sensor is installed on the wall of the space served by the unit.
A CATALYST Space Sensor Fault is typically caused by:
An open wire (–40° F).
A shorted wire (248° F).
If the eIQ shows a space temperature of –40° F, this indicates an open wire between the space sensor and the CATALYST controller.
If the eIQ shows a space temperature of 248° F, this indicates a shorted wire between the space sensor and the CATALYST controller.
A technician will need to investigate in either scenario.
Investigate the wiring at the sensor.
Investigate the connection between the white 3C wire and the thermostat wire going to the space.
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