noreaster
RG03224ANAX 120/240 Volts single phase

Serial #3003571326

NG 2psi

Installed today. Receiving message 2099 wiring error on Evolution Controller, ohm N1, N2, T1, 0, 23 & 194 all good and no miss wiring at gen and ATS. Connecting T1 fuse a buzzing sound emits form the ATS. Anyone here seen or heard this before? Thanks in advance for your input.
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78buckshot
If the T1 fuse is left out do you still get the error? Are you an installer/tech? I had an RGO earlier this year with a fictitious code, tech support had me go through the control parameters and reset them.
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Peddler
The wiring error message is from AC voltage on 23 or 194 or both. Make sure that there isn't one of the AC voltage wires with a filament touching another wire.
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noreaster
No error with T1 fuse left out, when installed a buzzing noise heard. Would this have something to do with neutral in gen connected to 0 in the ATS?
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Peddler
You need to ohm out the control wiring. You have leakage from T-1 to 194 or 23 it is causing the transfer relay to buzz. If this is a new style switch I guess there could be a problem with the board that has the relay allowing voltage to go where it should not.
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nrp3
I've had to replace a couple of the new SACM modules, wiring, and or transfer mechanisms. It was a the beginning of the year. Nothing like that of late.
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rapidtime
Having the same issue. Using the TC multi-wire feeder/control cable. Wiring is testing good. Firmware update to 1.05 and new controller with update to 1.05 seeing same issue. AC voltage on 194 (4-55VAC) intermittent.
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Peddler
That fault is usually AC voltage on the 23 & 194 wire either from mis-wiring or a local lightning strike that induces a voltage on the control wires. The latter only normally happens when there is a long run to the transfer switch underground. My advice if the fault persist would b to disconnect the 23 & 194 wires at the generator and see if it will clear. If so, get a good meter and carefully check the 23 & 194 for stray voltage.
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rapidtime
This batch of TC cable is defective in the sense that the AC and DC control wiring is not properly paired. The red, black and white are DC and the yellow, blue, yelllw striped are AC.

Each set is twisted before installation in overall cable assembly with the feeders. This last batch was twisted yellow, black, red on the DC control wires and was inducing a AC voltage. I read about 14VAC on wire 194 at standby.

The fix is to exchange the yellow wire with the white. White now becomes N1 (on both ends) and yellow be omes wire 23.

AC voltage is now zero on 194 and error code 2099 is just a memory
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rapidtime
Be sure to color tape (identify) the wire changes to the wires switched for the next guy!
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