Before start CSD 125 shows adt temperature rise.

by Eric yabut
(Honolulu)


Red light on the top left corner turns on, what could be the problem?

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Dec 30, 2016
Replace Sensor
by: Anonymous

We had it replace, and it's working properly. Thanks for the help..appreciate it.

Dec 29, 2016
Temp switch
by: Carl

It is on the bottom towards the end of the air end. It has a cable attached that goes into the IOM board. It is difficult to see but you can unscrew the cable on top of the temp switch. But as your compressor is so overdue servicing, I would get it serviced before you do anything as this will probably be the cause because the oil properties have probably broken and no longer cooling it sufficiently

Dec 29, 2016
CSD 125
by: Anonymous

Oil level is ok. But the problem is we haven't start the machine again this morning and it safety shutdown. Could be the temperature switch. If yes where does it locate?

Dec 29, 2016
Service?
by: Carl

Also, ive just noticed that it is overdue a service by 1700hrs?? You definitely need it serviced as soon as possible, that will explain your problem. It might be expensive to service but that's alot cheaper than when you have problems because of lack of servicing

Dec 29, 2016
ADT Rise
by: Carl

Ahhh my favorite compressors and controller :-)
Basically this means that the air-end temperature is rising too quickly and shutting down ADT stands for Air-end discharge temperature. Have you checked the oil level? Is it the correct oil? It needs to be Sigma 46 or 460 (46 is 2000 hour, 460 is 8000 hour oil)
From cold, start your compressor, keep a close eye on the temperature, does it go up erratically? Or dance around? If it dances then your temperature sensor may need replacing?
As you have the Sigma 2 controller, it may still be under warranty, so maybe call your local distributor?

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