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Easy Check 3300




This device has been developed for detectors and all other loop elements in the F-Pro
series in order to provide a simple way in which to:

1. display detector data like:
detector address, detector type, serial number, software date, inspection date,
calibration date, sensitivity level (with respective sensitivity indices and the current
smoke, pollution and temperature rates)
2. change the detector address (communication address),
3. change the sensitivity level,
4. switch off or on the life signs (LED flashing).
5. copy the detector (clone)

Key pad:
0...9 - Number Number of the item on the menu to be chosen
Clr - Clear delete
Ent - Enter confirmation of input
Esc - Escape revoke input, cancellation, return
Men - Main menu Main menu
^ - Page up turn to last page, with figures +1
v - Page down turn to next page, with figures -1

Display:
The display is a four line text display with 20 signs per line.

Arrows up and down to the right side of the display:
These arrows indicate that the display cannot show everything on one display page: i.e. the '^'-
key indicates the preceding page and the 'v'-key the following page. If both arrows are shown
at the same time this means that there is at least one preceding and one following page.

Accompanying signals:
A short, high tone confirms a permitted keystroke, a short, low tone indicates a non-
permitted keystroke.
To list all accompanying signals would not make sense, as they are only meant to support
intuitive operation. When working with the device, the different tones will be memorised with
time and the operator develops a feeling for working with the system.

Batteries:
It is recommended to use only high-quality batteries with this device, as these show very little
self-discharge and high durability as well as a low risk of leakage.
It is also possible to use NiCd or MiMH storage batteries, although these have a much higher
self-discharge rate than primary cells (batteries).
In any case it has to ensured that always three cells or storage batteries of the same kind are
inserted.

Cells must NEVER be mixed, i.e. be of different types, different capacity or different charge
status.

In order to avoid leakage and any resulting damage to the EasyCheck it is advisable to replace
empty batteries or discharged storage batteries immediately with new ones.

Power unit:
The device may be operated with an external power unit, or any other power
unit equipped with a tubular plug. In this case it is absolutely necessary that the power unit
meets the following requirements:

Tubular plug: outer diameter: 3.5mm Inner diameter : 1.3mm
Voltage : 9V...14V (unregulated)
Power : at least 150mA, preferably 200mA

When a external power unit is used, the batteries are electronically separated from the device
so that the power supply is taken over by the power unit so the batteries do not discharge any
further. In addition the cut off timers are switched off as well, i.e. the device does not switch
off automatically and the background light (if switched on in the first place) remains switched
on for as long as the device is run on a power unit.
In case the device is exclusively operated with a power unit for a longer period of time, it is
advisable to remove the batteries from the device in order to prevent leakage and thus damage
to the Easy Check.
This applies to empty batteries and discharged storage batteries in general.
It is not possible to recharge storage batteries in this device.

Input jack:

At the front end is an input jack located. This is to connect loop elements witch do not have a
terminal base, via the provided adapter cable.
It is important to make shore that there is no detector in the terminal base during programming
over the input jack. In this case always the element with the lowest address will be displayed.
Thats why it is important that only ONE element is connected at a time.


WARNING !


DO NEVER supply currant into the input jack !
This would cause irreparable damage to the Easy Check.


Switch on:
The device is switched on by pressing the key '0' (keep pressed for longer than 1 second).
The display will show the following text (accompanied by 4 tones in rising sequence) :

Easy Check 3000
====================

V1.07 07/20/2005

The bottom line indicates the number of the current software version and the software date of
the Easy Check.
This text remains on the display for about 5 seconds (can be cut off by using any key) and will
be followed subsequently by the main menu.


Switch off:

Switching off is also effected by pressing key '0' (keep pressed for longer than 1 second). The
display will the show the words switched off for about 2 seconds (accompanied by 4 tones in
falling sequence):


Switched off



Main menu:
The main menu is divided into 6 menu items (at the time of version 1.07 dated 1 August 2005):

Display page 1: -----MAIN MENU-----
1. Show data
2. Change address
3. Change sensitivity v


Display page 2: ------MAINMENU------
4.Change Lifesign ^
5.Clone Detector
6.EasyCheck-Setup

The display examples shown below refer to a STD633/PL3300-OT detector if not noted different

Main menu / 1. Show data :
Pressing the key '1' (in the main menu) will start the search of the address from the connected
detector (display text: search detector address...') (this will take max. 6 Sec.), subsequently
some detector data will be read (display text: read data...') and finally the following text will
be shown on the display, for example:

Display page 1: Addr 26
Type PL3300-OT
SN 050404.100001
v

Display page 2: Appl 01/15/04 V39 ^
Core 09/23/03 V35
Rev 00/00/00
Cal -- v


Display page 3: Sens.Stage 3 ^
Sens.Smoke 100%
Sens.Temp. 58 C
Delay 5 sec v


Display page 4: Smoke 0 % ^
Pollut. 0 %
Temp 24.5 C

On page 4 of the display the current data are continually called up and displayed.
(Only with SSD, UTD and STD detectors from Appl.-Vers. 37 onwards)

Main menu / 2.Change of address:
Pressing key Taste '2' (in the main menu) will start the search for the address of the detector
connected (if still unknown the display will show the text: search detector address...') and
subsequently call up the following text on the display:

Change detector address

current : 26
new : 26


The new address will be changed by entering the number next to new.
Once the required value has been entered, this can be confirmed by pressing the Ent key,
causing Easy Check to write the new address into the detector and to subsequently return to
this point in the menu with the new value.

The value next to new : can also be increased step by step with the '^' key, or decreased
with the 'v' key respectively.
The is an extremely comfortable way to address several detectors one after the other in
increasing or decreasing sequence.
This is also the reason why this item of the menu can only be left by means of the 'Esc' or 'Men'
key.

Comments:

1.) Pressing the 'Esc' or the 'Men' key instead of the Ent key will cause immediate return to
the main menu and the detector address remains unchanged.

2.) Addresses can be assigned from 1 to 126. Entries beyond this margin will not be accepted
and will produce a corresponding fault message on the display.

3.) Pressing the 'Clr' key will delete an entry, if a typing error has occurred.

4.) Pressing the Ent key directly (without entering a new value) after the Clr key (i.e. if there
is an empty space next to new :) will lead to the same result as if the value 0 had been
entered, which in turn leads to a corresponding message on the display (cf. comment 2).


Main menu / 3.Change of sensitivity :
Pressing the key '3' (in the main menu) will start the search for the connected detector
(if still unknown the display will show the message search detector address...') and
subsequently call up the following text on the display:

Change sensitivity.

current : 4
new : 3


By keying in a figure the value next to new : may be changed. Once the required value is keyed in, this can be confirmed by pressing the 'Ent' key, causing Easy Check to write the new sensitivity level into the detector and to subsequently return to the main menu. The value next to new : can also be increased using the '^' key or decreased using the 'v' key respectively. Special features: The sensitivity change can only be effected if a 633/PL detector with application version >= 37 is connected. All other detectors or loop elements will show a corresponding fault message on the display after key 3 was pressed (in the main menu). Comments: 1.) Pressing the 'Esc' or the 'Men' key instead of the Ent key will cause immediate return to the main menu and the sensitivity level remains unchanged. 2.) Values can be entered from 1...5. Entries beyond this margin will not be accepted and will produce a corresponding fault message on the display. 3.) Pressing the 'Clr' key will delete an entry, if a typing error has occurred. 4.) Pressing the Ent key directly (without entering a new value) after the Clr key (i.e. if there is an empty space next to new :) will lead to the same result as if the value 0 had been entered, which in turn leads to a corresponding fault message on the display (cf. comment 2).

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