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    Hi All, New firmware has solved this one.. Ghosts in the machine unfortunately. Looking through the release notes there isn't anything that specifically addresses the issue. Regards, Louis.
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    As i see on cable pic. - this sensor is two-wire. RED wire connect to +24V (+V) of power supply. Blue/green wire to ANALOG input (4..20mA). Black wire to GROUND (Earth). -24VDC (0V) of power supply connect to ACM.
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    Unitronics provides a spec / installation document to help with this. Here is a screen cap of the relevant protion: Since you appear to have a 3 wire sensor utilizing current, use the diagram on the lower left.
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    OK, please note that the fix was applied to buttons and text elements only. In the future it will also be applied on image elements, tanks, meters, and gauges.
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    OK Tyler, Before doing anything else, just as a precaution do a copy of your entire my documents folder by accessing it via C/Users etc. I think your best option at present is to see if you have a System Restore point still in existence before you did anything Unitronics. If you do, set that underway and see how well it restores things. If you don't have a restore point back far enough, with Visilogic 9.8.65 installed, use Revo Uninstaller portable ( https://www.revouninstaller.com/download-free-portable.php ) and do a thorough uninstall, as deep as the program lets you run it...go into Options etc. Once done, if you can still find a folder called "Unitronics VisiLogic_C" in program files/Unitronics, delete this. Reboot the puter. See what the behaviour is now. Once rebooted, install .79 using the right click run as admin method and see how it goes after rebooting after installation. If it works then you are ok. If not, repeat the uninstall instructions above to completely get rid of anything .79 ish. Reboot and install 9.8.65 again using right click/run as admin. Reboot and see. The object of all of this is to try to completely get rid of any strange references in the system that either program has made. 9.8.65 is stable and should run fine if nothing else is messing with it. cheers, Aus
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