QUEStionable status register （PCR-M）
The QUEStionable status register is a 16-bit register that stores information related to the questionable events and status during PCR operation.
These register bits may indicate problems with the measured data of the PCR.
|Bit||Bit weight||Bit name||Description|
|0||1||OV(Over Voltage Protection)||Overvoltage protection has been activated|
|1||2||OC(Over Current Protection)||Overcurrent protection has been activated|
|2||4||DSP(DSP error)||Device error has occurred|
|3||8||UNR(UNRegulated)||Undervoltage protection has been activated|
|4||16||OT(Over Temperature Protection)||Overtemperature protection has been activated|
|7||128||MEM(Memory)||Memory data is invalid|
|8||256||CAL(CALibration)||Calibration data is invalid|
|9||512||OP(Over Power protection)||Overpower protection has been activated|
|10||1024||CL-PEAK(Current Limit on PEAK)||Current limit control has been activated|
|11||2048||PL(Power Limit)||Overpower overload has been activated|
|12||4096||CL-RMS(Current Limit on RMS)||Overcurrent (peak) overload has been activated|
|15||32768||Not Used||Always zero|