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TROUBLESHOOTING

EAGLE Controller Troubleshooting

The following LEDs of the EAGLE Controller can be used for troubleshooting purposes:
Power LED (green)
Status LED (red)
Tx (sending data on the isolated BACnet MS/TP Bus) and Rx (receiving data on the isolated BACnet MS/TP Bus) LEDs
Power LED (green) of EAGLE
case power LED
meaning
1
ON
Normal operation
Power supply not OK.
2
OFF
Status LED (red) of EAGLE
case status LED
meaning
LED remains
Normal operation.
1
OFF after
power-up
2
LED remains
– No or invalid firmware, or
ON
– No or corrupt application, or
continuously
– License invalid or feature missing, or
after power-up
– I/O module not found or configuration
– Communication error, or
– Sensor failure on internal inputs, or
– Hardware error detected, or
– USB memory stick error.
Tx and Rx LEDs
case bus LEDs
meaning
Normal operation; the isolated BACnet
1
Both Tx and Rx
MS/TP Bus is functioning properly.
are flashing
No communication on the isolated BACnet
2
Both Tx and Rx
MS/TP Bus.
are OFF
Communication on the isolated BACnet
3
Rx is flashing
MS/TP Bus has been switched OFF, but the
and Tx is OFF
EAGLE is receiving data from other
controllers.
The EAGLE Controller is attempting to
4
Tx is flashing
establish communication on the isolated
and Rx is OFF
BACnet MS/TP Bus, but there is no answer.

Panel Bus I/O Module Troubleshooting

Please refer to CentraLine I/O Modules - Installation & Commissioning Instructions (EN1Z-0973GE51) for more information
about Panel Bus I/O module troubleshooting.
EAGLE CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS
Table 21. EAGLE Controller power LED
Table 22. EAGLE Controller status LED
mismatch, or
Table 23. EAGLE Controller bus LEDs Tx and Rx
remedy
No action necessary.
Check power supply voltage.
Check wiring.
If problem persists, replace hardware.
remedy
No action necessary.
Try powering down and then powering up the
EAGLE Controller.
If problem persists, check and – if necessary –
reload the application.
If problem still persists, replace hardware.
remedy
No action necessary
Switch ON communication on the isolated BACnet
MS/TP Bus. L1 should then flash. Further handling
like case 4 (below).
Switch ON communication on the isolated BACnet
MS/TP Bus. If this proves unsuccessful, the
hardware may be defective.
The communication rate (Kbaud) on the isolated
BACnet MS/TP Bus has not been correctly set;
other controllers on the bus may have been
incorrectly assigned the same device number; wiring
problem or hardware defect.
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EN1Z-0970GE51 R1112

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