[TRNSYS-users] Logical Unit number

David BRADLEY d.bradley at tess-inc.com
Mon Mar 3 10:13:14 PST 2014

   Make sure that you have adjusted the parameters to match what is in 
the data file. For example, if your data file has 6 values of entering 
water temperature then there will also be a parameter that asks you to 
tell the Type how many values of the entering water temperature are 
provided in the data file.

On 2/27/2014 09:38, metkell yebiyo wrote:
> Dear TRNSYS users
> I have added external performance data for WaterFurnace EKW130 heat pump to theExternal Files tab in the Type927 proforma. It has started generating error,
> TRNSYS Message    
>   109
> : Error reading data stored in logical unit. NOTE: the reported logical unit
> number may be automatically or internally ASSIGNed, or you may have specified
> the incorrect number of independent variables.  
> Reported information   : Logical Unit number 197. The most common cause of this error is that there are not enough lines of data (dependent values) in the file.
> I have specified the full path to the file, would anyone know what the logical unit error is please.
> Regards,
> Metkel
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