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HH501AJK Digital Thermometer Manual

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Unformatted text preview: ..mm--—_.n.‘~...—_—_ __— OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS HH§01AJK_ -C 6 DIGITAL WOWTER Press a: Hold for 2 seconds HOLD D Tumpnrgtum ol'l'ui adjust TYPE Dainblo Automatic Power-Off THERMOCCIUPLE RANGE K-WPE -1OU'C in 1.3?2‘0 {CHROMELnALuMELJ «50'? In maer J—TY‘PE non-c to move (IRON-CONSTANTAN) 450? to 1999? men“ to tmpumlun “or-dam ITS-90 Mndrucy: (its: to 23¢ amnion!) 3“}ng rd; 4- PC) on “we la mrc stains-rag '+ 2'!) on 450? to Insa‘r ' I'M accuracy apnflhoflm can not Ineluac [harmoeeunla prob! accuracy .. . ._..-dH‘ _........._..u-«-——a__-.... .. .. .. . . ... __.._.—.—--e M-RénvcrtoN ' This instrument is a-portahte 3% digit. Ieompacteiaed . digital metronome: designed to use external Katype and J Jtype diennocouple as temperah'Ire sensor. It also has an adyiiitage that offset ofthe' sensor could he adjusoed at . en'ylromcrtc oeniperarure. SAFETY INFORMATION It is ”recommended that you read the safety and operation " instructions before using the thermometer. - .WARNmG ' To avoid electrical shock, do not use this instrument when voltages at th'e' measurement surface slot: damage. or bums, do not make tempera .srure measurement inmierowave sirens. . _. ‘ Rapeseed sharp flexing can break the memocouple leads. To prolong. lead .Hf“ avoid sharp bends in the {‘31'.‘ SPECIFICATIONS ELECTRICAL Temperature Scale: .' Celsius or Fahrenheit user-selectable ' chasurcmcnt Range: . - :‘K- -’I‘ypc -100'C to 1372? C. -150-‘F m1999'F ' I J Type --100‘C to 1200'C,-150°Fto ”99°F Resolution: 0 1.1 (Auto'nRanglng) ' Mooney: Accuracy is specified for operating tempos-spires otter .- the range of 18'C to 28°C (64' F to 82°F). for I I.er'ar.- . not includlst: thermocouple] error. . Nico in at; + 1°C) on ac '-.-_t;(01% rd: 4- TB on “F Tupcrat'ure Coefficient: 0.1 times the ipplicable accuracy specification per ‘C from 0'C to 18' C and28°C to 50"C {32°Foo 64' F : and 82°Fto 122°F) . Input Freudian: 24V do or 24y ac rms maximum input voltage on any .. combination ofinputpins. Raiding Rate: I 2.5 times per second. Input Connector: Accepts standard mhtiaatre thermocouple connectors (fiat blades spaced 7.9mm, center to center). (snap-m CYPCJ ‘Packing- List‘ “ l. .l-iH501AIK handheld memometcr with proactive boot. 2. Teflon insulated beaded wire thermocouple. ‘3 9 volt battery. ENVIRONMENTAL ' Ambient Operating Ranges: 0'C to 50°C (32°F in 122T) <809i R.i-l. Storage Temperamrc: —20'C to 60°C (-.4‘F to 140' IF} (70% R H.I GENERAL Display: ' 311i dizltliquid crystal dispiay_(I.CD1wlfli maximum reading of 1999. Overload. ”-OLI" is'_ displayed. Battcry: ' Standard 9V boiler? (NEDA 1604. [BC 6H2 0061?) Auto Power Off: - .. Approximately 30 rrtinutes- ' Dimensions: . .‘ 192mm) xQ-lmmCW) x 52. 511111103) Weight. 365: Supplied Thermocouple: ' 4- feet type "KI' dimnoeouple bead wire (tenor: tape insulated). Maximum insulation temperature 200' C (392' F). Wire accuracy 12. 2°C Snip type male connect. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Power Button- Pr'ess- tha' CD“ button to turn on or off thcnnonteter. “C ‘1“ Selecting the Temperature Sc'ale Readings are (13911?“ in either degrees CelsM'C) or . degrees Faiu'enbeM'F). . When the thermometer is turned on. it is set to the temperature scale that was in use when the thermometer was last turned off. To change the temperature scale, press the "CPF" button." ‘3? Button (Display Back-Light} Pressing the "it!" truncate trigger on the Back-Light. Pressing the '11!" button again to matte the Back-Light lighter and press ”31-" button once more to cancel the Back- Light function. Back-Light on -+ lighter -+ Backaight off PROCEDURE 0F CALIBRATION 1. It will not antar into calibration procedure «It. _~I- , LOWBAT condition. 2 Malta COM A ADJ pin short and thentnrn- on the meter: . ‘G‘U‘IICIIII‘ I _ I .. T'Dl' NMI 00M” 'AD' “tort. THE Too; COM The procedure as. follow: Supply 3§§C (K type) frontI calibrator and LCD _ displayed nearly are -.-> press bacltlit button -s LED displnyed ‘00.1"--—e. press backliL button a" supply' IBOO'C (Ii-type) tram calibrator and LCD displayadI- ' ' nearlyl300‘c -+- press beeklit button -i OFF automatically(oalibratlon- is- complete) _ - - 3 Take off the short pin when the: calibration is complete then temperature measurement is. workable. . ' Mv39541’0403' ————-—-—---—-— u HOLD Button ' ' Press the "HOLD” button to enter the Data Hold mode the "-111" atmunoistor is displayed at the' NEW?! of displayf When HOLD mode is selected. the tltertnonteter held the present readings and stops alt further measurements. Press the “HOLD“ than again cancels HOLD. raoile. causing thermometer to resanteI taking measurements TYPE Button (APO) . - Press 'TYPB" button to select the tyIpeII or th, thermocouple 'K' or 'J': ' ' Press and hold down "APO": button for 2 seconds to trigger on or. off APO thude, and than APO will appear or disappear on on display. Whendtethartnoraatarisoimedon. ltisseteo theAPO . state that was in' use when the that-thornater was last armed '-. -. :Off. --Wbeh APO is enabled power is automatically turn of! if no- operation tor a penoId or to titn'Ie. (sppros. 30 minutes) OPERATOR”- MAINTENANCE - WANG. ' -To avoid possible electrical shock. disconnect. t’fié theIrtnooouple connectors tram the thermometer before retrieving theI cover. " . Battery Replacement . - 1. Power is supplied by a 9 Ivolt “transistor“ battery. {NEDA 160:1. IEC 6E2} 2. The " El' appears on the LCD display when replacement ts needed 3. Remove the batteries frond battery contacts 4 When not use for lotig‘ tinia' rar’aava battery. 5. Don 'tkeep tn place with high Tet-tip. or high humidity. Claauing_ Periodically wipe the case with a dantp cloth and detergent. do not use abmsires or solvents. meal "I... I.“ I I... I.“ . .. _.__._ . ._.._I....._._._... . w__ MIN MAX Button (ENTER) ' Press "MIN MAX“ button to enter the MIN MAX recording mode. (displays the Maximum reading. Minimum reading. "MAX- MIN" reading stored' In record . -' -2.- heart." -.., "or"r v" to add or subtract the value mode) Press "MIN MAX“ button to cycle through the MAX. MIN; MAX MIN. Inthir mode. press "HOLD“ button to stop the reoording of reading, all values are frozen. press again to restart reeording.- - To prevent accidental loss of MAX. MIN and MAX» MINJntIdsmodeeanoolybecanbeliedbypressingand holding down the “MIN MAX" button for. 2 Seconds to 1‘ exit and erased recorded reading. ADJUST THERMOCOUPLE OFFSET LInsertthebead wireintoalmown mmperaorremuntil the display equal to known temperature (’1'). ex; room temperature atfiS'C ' 06.29313” 0°C iled water at IOD'C 3.1: can be adjusted ox3‘c. 4_._ Press "ENTER“, button to eoofirrn. ...
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