The "0.00" reading means that the sensor is not able to measure anything. Check if the sensor coupler is properly secured around the cable. Also, check if the sensor is plugged into the transmitter. Another reason why you will see a reading of "0.00" is if the sensor was dropped and the ferrite core of the sensor may be cracked or damaged in some way. If this happens you will need to check with Customer Service or your local certified electrician.
Articles in this section
- Why is my iConserve displaying garbled characters and sometimes it just has no display at all?
- Does iConserve measure Power Factor or Line Voltage?
- How do I reset the display to clear the data and start again?
- Does my iConserve register every time I have a power interruption?
- Why is there a reading of "0.00" on the display?
- How do I reset the transmitter's ID code?
- How do I install the batteries on my transmitter and main display unit?
- Why only 2 sensors for the iConserve, what about the ground?
- Will the iConserve work on a 12 volt DC system?