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After the LCK setting my Berme Rex-C100 gives:oH (002)According to some manuals it sets the differential gapIn my understanding it's about the limits of regulation.Factory setting is 002, which should mean SV plus or minus one degree.Anyway my system overshoots sometimes more than 1 degree; enough reason to order a genuine RCK PID with Pt100 probe.
My comment was about the Berme Rex-C100, which is a (too) cheap imitation of the original RKC PID.As you can see in priest77's post, the Atu setting is blocked.So I fumbled around with some other settings, but the final solution must come from my newly ordered RKC Rex-C100. ;-)
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