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Diagnosing an EN 10 code

EN codes are the APeX controllers primary way of signaling an entrapment condition with the system. These codes range from EN 00, to EN 14. We will discuss each of these codes, their meanings, and possible solutions in periodic blog posts. Comments and questions are welcomed and encouraged to help you understand the system you are working on as thoroughly as possible.

The EN10 code is rarely, if ever, seen outside of the manufacturing facility. This code shows an error with the APeX on-board EEPROM memory stack.


When an EN 10 error occurs it is due to possibly corrupt memory in the APeX boards EEPROM.

Unfortunately there is no on-site troubleshooting to verify or correct a problem with an EN10 code; to correct this problem, call your local installing dealer, distributor, or Rotary Gate Systems to replace your circuit board with the latest version.

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