Emergency Core Cooling System Recirculation Reliability

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To implement no parity checking, choose None. Error Detect With this selection, you choose how the processor checks the accuracy of each DF1 packet transmission. BCC: This algorithm provides a medium level of data security. It cannot detect: • transposition of bytes during transmission of a packet • the insertion or deletion of data values of zero within a packet CRC: This algorithm provides a higher level of data security. Select an error detection method that all devices in your system support.

Undelivered Messages word 3 Displays the number of messages that were sent by the processor but not received by the destination device. Messages Retry word 4 Displays the number of messages resent. Duplicate Mesages Received word 9 Displays the number of times the processor received a message packet identical to the previous message packet. EOT Received on First Poll word 8 Displays the number of times the Master received an EOT in response to the first poll of a station. Bad Packet / No ACK word 7 Displays the number of incorrect data packets that the processor has received.

As many messages from a slave station as it has, choose STANDARD (MULTIPLE MESSAGE TRANSFER PER NODE SCAN) Master Message Transmit If you want the master station to: • send all of the master station-initiated MSG instructions to the slave stations before polling the next slave station in the poll list, choose Between Station Polls This method makes certain that master station-initiated messages are sent in a timely and regular manner (after every slave station poll). • only send master station-initiated MSG instructions when the master’s station number appears in the polling sequence; choose In Poll Sequence With this method, sending master station-initiated messages are dependent upon where and how often the master station appears in the poll list.

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