IPLC LED Info

IPLC LED Info
03/2016
IPLC - About The LED Lights!
Port A
(Stall A)
Port B
(Stall B)
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Green
Red
Green
Red
CPU Access
Port
IPLC M210 Diagnostic Lights
Each stall or port has two associated lights, one green and the other red. These lights reflect the status of the IPLC and the
condition of any attached loads, such as block heaters, battery blankets, interior heaters, etc. The various light combinations
and status is shown on the table below.
Stall Lights
Load
Attached
Load Status
Description
Green
Red
Flashing Slowly
OFF
NO
Power is available. Ready to accept user load.
A Side Flashing Green
Side B Solid Red
NO
B Side Of The Unit Is Turned Off. No Power is available
on the B side of the unit.
Flashing Slowly
OFF
YES
User equipment has an open circuit condition. ie. your
cord is plugged into the unit but may not be connected to
your block heater. Solution: unplug and check your equipment and retry.
ON
OFF
YES
All is OK! Load is accepted.
Flashing Quickly
OFF
YES
OFF
ON
YES
OFF
OFF
Flashing Quickly
OFF
Load is too small, MUST be at least 1/4 Amp. This can
also be caused if there is a hesitation when plugging in the
cord. Solution: Unplug the cord, the unit will return to a
slow flashing green, increase load size and retry.
Load is OVER maximum programmed load limit. The use
of a block heater and interior warmer and battery blanket
etc. may result in an overload. Solution: reduce the number of items connected to your cord and retry.
YES
There is a short circuit in your equipment or the load is far
greater than the rating of the device. Solution: Unplug and
check your cord, block heater etc. for a short circuit, repair
and retry or reduce the load size.
N/A
Power is NOT available. Call service personnel.
Before plugging in your car, ensure that the green light is flashing slowly. After plugging in, this green light should be lit solid and
should remain solid. The unit offers 2 1/4 minutes of full power at this time for a test period. Factory programming provides a 2 hour
power delay following the test period. After this two hour delay the IPLC begins monitoring the ambient temperture and provides
power to your car as programmed. Note regarding vehicles with sensor plugs (ie GM, Chevrolet, Pontiac etc.). These sensor
plugs are designed to allow power to flow to the vehicle at temperatures -18 celsius or lower. If the outside temperature is warmer
than this when you plug in your vehicle, the green light will remain flashing same as prior to plugging in. When the temperature
reaches -18 the green light will turn solid confirming a load is attached. The two hour power delay will still happen at this time unless
it is removed with a data mate.
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