Intel® FPGA Power and Thermal Calculator User Guide

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Date 12/13/2021
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3.2.4. Intel® FPGA PTC Data Entry Error Messages

If the value you enter does not pass legality checks, or is inappropriate for the field, the system displays an error message. Typically the message may indicate the conditions under which a value is invalid, or specify a valid range of values.

Error Message Type: Invalid Value

If you enter an invalid value — such as a temperature value that is outside the allowed range for a selected family, device, transceiver grade, device grade and package combination — an error message appears, indicating that the entered value is invalid and stating the allowed range of values. You can click OK to dismiss the error message, and the field reverts to its previous value.

Error Message Type: Incorrect Format

Many fields require a specific type of data. If the data you enter is not of the type required, an error message appears. For example, if an integer value is expected and you enter a fractional value, the resulting error message indicates that the entered value cannot be converted to a valid value for the input field. After you click OK, the field reverts to its previous value.

Similarly, if a numerical value is expected and you enter a text value, the resulting error message indicates that the entered value cannot be converted to a valid value for the input field. After you click OK, the field reverts to its previous value.

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