False alarms for excessive Intake and Exhaust temperatures

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Article ID: 167846

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Products

XOS

Issue/Introduction

Alarms for Intake and Exhaust temperatures may show incorrect valuesIt may occur that a false alarm for Exhaust temperature and Intake temperature is triggered. These alarms show incorrect values.

Temperature alarms shown in /var/log/messages:

AlarmID 886 | Fri Jun 14 10:10:32 2013 | critical | cp1 | intakeAirTemperatureExceeded | Intake temperature (65476C) 
AlarmID 887 | Fri Jun 14 10:10:32 2013 | critical | cp1 | exhaustAirTemperatureExceeded | Exhaust temperature (65476C) 

Temperature alarms shown in GEM:
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Cause

There is an issue when temperature returned by the sensor is incorrectly rounded up and a meaningless value is displayed.

This is just a display issue and no temperature threshold is actually exceeded.

Resolution

This issue will be corrected in XOS version 9.7.1.

Workaround

NA

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