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Recently the TOPSPIN always popup a windows "L-TRX board overtemperature error occurs" Then the lock is lost, and the locl level reduced from 90% to 10%. I couldn't figure out the problem. I am using the Bruker Advance III spectrometer. Thank you!

asked Dec 30 '12 at 23:05

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Please check firmware version of the L-TRX board via BSMS service web.

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answered Jan 01 '13 at 04:31

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Overtemperature errors normally indicate that the console airflow is not ideal. You should check all fans serving the cardcage where the L-TRX board is located. It is also important to operate the console with all factory air ducts and covers in place, in order to maintain designed airflows.

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answered Jan 02 '13 at 08:39

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Firmware and fan checks are surely good things to do. While you're in the BSMS interface, you may wish to check the shim board temperatures as well. They can get hot if a number of shims are maxed out, and I recall the L-TRX board sits next to one of the shim boards in the BSMS.

ALSO: On the off chance the air filter in the door is your problem, try opening the door and seeing if the board temperature goes down. Perhaps the fans are fine but they can't draw enough air through the filter if it's dirty.

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answered Jan 07 '13 at 08:15

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Thank you for all the guys above! Recently I turned down the spectrometer and removed the L-TRX board for a while, and then plugged it into the original position again. Then the spectrometer works OK! I don't know what is the exact reason of this problem, as the temperature is always stay at about 32 Celsius. Maybe the electric line contact is not very stable for a new spectrometer.

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answered Jan 07 '13 at 15:58

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