06/12/2009

VDI Legrand,
  10/04/2009

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The time pre-set restarts after each press-down of the key, if, e.g. the APO is set at 3 minutes,
than the device will switch off automatically 3 minutes after the last key has been pressed.
When the device is first delivered, the APO is set at 3 minutes, it also reverts to this when the
factory setting is called up.

Special features:
If the device is external powered by cable, the APO is disabled, i.e. the device will not switch
off automatically.


Comments:


1.) Pressing the 'Esc' key instead of the Ent key will cause immediate return to the setting
menu and the AutoPowerOff remains unchanged.

2.) Pressing the Men instead of the Esc key will result in a return to the main menu and the
AutoPowerOff remains unchanged


3.) The values 1...15 may be entered. Any entries beyond this margin will not be accepted and
produce a corresponding message on the display.

4.) Pressing the Clr key will delete the entry if a typing error has occurred.

5.) Pressing the Ent key directly (without entering a value) after the 'Clr' key (i.e. if there is
an empty space next to new :) the value 0 is assumed and the corresponding message appears
on the display (cf. comment 3).

Settings / 2. Lighting :
Pressing the key '2' (in the menu settings) will change the background light. The following text
will appear on the display:

Back light change
[0>off]
current: 10 sec
new : 10 sec

The entry is effected in the same way as, e.g. for change detector address

The function lighting is the second of three functions to save the batteries.
This function may be used to set the time for the background light in the display (in seconds).
Each pressing down of the key will restart the time setting; if, e.g. the time set is 20 seconds
than the light will switch on when a key is pressed and switch off 20 seconds after a key was
pressed for the last time, in order to save the batteries.

When the device is delivered, the lighting is pre-set to 0 (switched off), this also applies when
the factory setting has been called up.

Special features:
As the background light puts a great strain on the batteries (about 45mA when the lighting is
switched on as against about 6mA when it is switched off) the background lighting should be
set at 0 (switched off), if possible.

If the device is external powered by means of a tubular plug, the switch-off function for the
background light has been disabled, i.e. the light does not switch off automatically if it is
switched on.



Comments:
1.) Pressing the Esc key instead of the Ent key will result in a return to the setting menu
and the lighting will not be changed (cf. leave setting)



2.) Pressing the Men key instead of the Ent key will result in a return to the main menu and
the lighting will not be changed (cf. leave setting).

3.) The values 0...40 may be entered. Entries beyond this margin will not be accepted and
produce a corresponding message on the display.

4.) Pressing the 'Clr' key will delete the entry, if a typing error has occurred.
5.) Pressing the Ent key directly (without entering a value) after the 'Clr' key (i.e. if there is
an empty space next to new :) the value 0 is assumed and consequently 0 is set (lighting
switched off).


Settings / 3. Language : Pressing the key '3' (in the menu settings) will call up the function to change the language. The following text will appear on the display: Language change 0>German 1>English current : 0 new : 0 The entry is effected in the same way as, e.g. for change detector address. This function allows to change the language: 0 => German , 1=> English

When first delivered, the device is pre-set for English, this also applies when the factory setting
has been called up.


Comments:
1.) Pressing the Esc key instead of the Ent key will result in a return to the setting menu
and the language will not be changed (cf. leave setting)


2.) Pressing the Men key instead of the Ent key will result in a return to the main menu and
the language will not be changed (cf. leave setting).

3.) The values 0 or 1 may be entered. Entries beyond this margin will not be accepted and
produce a corresponding message on the display.

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

5.) Pressing the Ent key directly (without entering a value) after the 'Clr' key (i.e. if there is
an empty space next to new :) the value 0 is assumed and consequently 0 is set (German).

Settings / 4. Factory setting:
Pressing the key '4' (in the menu settings) will result in calling up the function factory setting.
The following text will appear on the display:

Restore Factory setting?

yes[Ent] no[Esc]



This function may be used to restore the factory setting:
APO : 3 minutes
Lighting : 0 (switched off)
Language : English



Pressing the 'Ent' key results in a confirmation so that the current setting is overwritten by the
factory setting (as described above). Afterwards the device automatically returns to the main
menu.

Pressing the 'Esc' key results in interrupting the process so that the current setting remains
intact.

Leave setting:
The return from the setting menu to the main menu can be effected either by pressing the 'Esc'
key or the 'Men' key.

If settings have been changed, the question whether the changes are to be saved permanently in
the EEPROM of the EasyCheck (i.e. will stay on even after the device has been switched off)
has to be answered before the return to the main menu.



Display text:

Save all settings?

yes[Ent] no[Esc]


Pressing the 'Ent' key results in a confirmation so that the changes are saved permanently.
Afterwards the function automatically returns to the main menu.



Pressing the 'Esc' key results in an interruption so that the changes are only saved until the
device is switched off.


Comments:
Even if the term permanently saved is used in this context, this does not mean that no
changes can be carried out any more. It is meant that all settings remain after battery change
or loss of currency. Of course all settings may be changed at any time.

Further special features
The third of the three battery protection functions is monitoring the condition of the battery
(battery voltage). This monitoring can only be carried out when the device is switched on.


1). If the battery voltage is low, a message will appear on the display after the device was
switched on and the start text displayed:

Battery low !
Please change
soon.
to return [Esc]

2). If the battery voltage is too low, a message will appear no matter where you are in the
EasyCheck.

Battery empty!!
Further operation
not possible

.... after this message the device will switch off.


CAUTION!


In any case the empty batteries should now be removed from the device and exchanged
against new ones, as empty cells are prone to leak and thus damage the device!

Storage batteries should be exchanged against new ones in order to avoid a total discharge
ore leak of the battery cells.


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