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****** Page 1 ****** Instruction Manual for ATIOOKLN Version 1.3 3 7 6 8 5 9 bor i o 2 Figure 1. Thermometer identification Thermometer identification 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Connect to 12VDC power adapter Connect to temperature sensor Display window Alarm indicator : blink when alarm is triggered Peak value indicator : solid on when peak temperature is displayed / blink when it shows the time when peak temperature is reached Set key: enter code / confirm input value Shift key: shift digit / silence alarm buzzer Down key: change digit value / move to former parameter / shift to peak temperature and the time when peak temperature is reached/ reset peak values Up key : change digit value / move to next parameter / shift brightness Keys for measurement operation Figure 2 shows the function keys during the temperature measurement operation (The function keys for configuring the meter are discussed in the later section). 1

****** Page 2 ****** -t 0.01 MAX ALARM temporarily silence the alarm show peak value •i.ghtness Figure 2 Function keys during temperature measurement operation Notes: 1. When the temperature reaches the alarm temperature, the alarm indicator will flash and meter will start beeping. Press shift key once can temporarily silence the alarm. Alarm will be retriggered if the alarm set temperature is reached again. To permanently deactivate the alarm, set AH=AL. 2. Press down key once to show peak temperature; press again to show the time when peak temperature is reached (count from the start of temperature rising, display unit: seconds). If the temperature continued rising, a new peak temperature and its time will be recorded. They will be memorized even after power is restarted. After power is restarted, previous recorded peak and its time will stay in the memory unless: 1) there is a new peak temperature higher than the previous peak, 2) or the memory has been reset. Hold the down key for 2 seconds will reset the peak temperature and its time to 0. The new time is counted from restarting the power or from reset (display unit: seconds). 3. Press up key once to show the dimmed display reading. Press again to show the normal brightness display reading. The brightness of the dimmed display is determined by the parameter “brit” described in the later section of the manual. Connecting the meter and probe Thermocouple connection. The connection between thermocouple and extension wire is shown in Fig 3. Both the thermocouple and the cable are polarized. The negative of the thermocouple has a red ink mark at the end. The negative of the extension cable has a red insulation jacket. If the thermocouple polarity is reversed, the reading will decrease when temperature increases. If the cable is reversed, you will get at least 40 F error in reading. The negative of the thermocouple wire and the negative of the extension cable should be connected to the same brass terminal block on the oval shaped terminal plate as shown in Fig 3. 2

****** Page 3 ****** Connect 12VDC power adapter to terminal 1 and wall outlet. Connect thermocouple to terminal 2. Please note: If the thermocouple extension cable is not attached to the green connector when you received the order, or, if you need to replace the thermocouple later, you should insert the negative wire (red) to the left pin; the center pin is positive (front side). However, when you install the thermocouple to the green connector from back side with screws, please make sure the polarities also match with figure 3. Red cable on the left Figure 3. Thermocouple and meter connection Alarm setting (code 0001) The meter has a programmable alarm that can be set to turn on the buzzer at a specific temperature. The alarm is controlled by parameters AH and AL. It can be accessed by code 0001. AH should be set to the temperature that alarm turns on. AL is the temperature Alarm turns off. When AH>AL, the alarms is set for high limit alarm. When AH) to temporarily mute the buzzer sound. The alarm will buzz again if the alarm set temperature is reached again. To permanently deactivate the alarm, set AH=AL. How to set alarm: (1) Press “set”, enter code 0001, and “set” again to enter alarm setting menu ; (2) Press A and v to select AH or AL ; (3) Press “set” to view the value of the parameter. (4) Press >, and v to enter a new value. (5) Press “set” to confirm ; 3

****** Page 4 ****** (6) Press or v to select the new parameter. (7) To exit the menu, press “set” when “End” is displayed The procedure is shown as the following flow chart in figure 4. Parameter Di 0-3 1-4 rnd )eration lode SET Enter CO(OI SET mmmh SET SET SET 800 larm Off SET 800 End Figure 4. Flow chart of how to set the alarm System configuration (code 0089) Note: If you purchased the thermometer as a bundle (including the temperature probe), there is no need to change any of these parameters. But if you want to recalibrate the meter or reconfigure it, you need to read this section.. Table 1. System Configuration Parameters II-ILLY Fill k 4 In Bib Brit Description Input Sensor Type Input Offset Digital Filter Dis Ia Unit Brightness control Exit !tting Range See table 2 -IOO-lOO(deg) litial 0 0 4 Note 1 2 3 4 5

****** Page 5 ****** Note for each parameter 1 . Inty. Input sensor type. This parameter defines the sensor type that is used for the thermometer. If you purchased the thermometer bundle, it is already set for the probe included in the package. You don’t need to change it. If you are going to use a different sensor, you need to set it to the type of sensor you are using. Table 2 shows the symbol for each type of sensor. 2. PSb. Calibration offset. PSb is used to set an input offset to compensate the error produced by the sensor. For example, if the meter displays 5 oc when probe is in ice/water mixture, set PSb= -5, will make the meter display 0 oc. 3. FILt. Digital Filter. If measurement input fluctuates due to noise, a digital filter can be used to smooth the input. “FILt” may be configured in the range of 0 to 3. Stronger filtering increases the stability of the readout display, but causes more delay in response to the change in temperature. FILt=0 disables the filter. 4. C.F. Temperature unit. Set to C if you want to display Celsius. Set to F for Fahrenheit. 5. Brit. Brightness control. This parameter controls the LED display brightness. (The default value is 4 for the brightest display). 6. End. Exit the parameter setting mode. Table 2. Temperature sensor code -200-400 OC; -320-752 OF -50-1 600 OC; -58-2900 OF -200-1200 OC; -320-2200 OF 0-2300 OC; 32-4200 OF 350-1800 OC; 660-3300 OF -50-1600 OC; -58-2900 OF -200-1300 OC; -320-2400 OF -200-900 OC; -320-1650 OF -99.9-600.0 OC; -99.9-999.9 OF -200-600 OC; -320-1 100 OF Symbol 1 b 5 p Iff.[l C’ 11717 t WRE b S k Pl 0.0 Pl 00 cu50 Description TC, Type T TC, Type R TC, Type J TC, WRe3/25 -rc, Type B TC, Type S TC, Type K -rc, Type E RTD, PtiOO RTD, PtiOO RTD, cu50 Working Temperature Range -50.0-1 50.0 OC; -60-300 OF The flow chart in figure 5 shows how the system configuration parameters can be accessed. (1) Press “set”, enter code 0089, and “set” again to enter system configuration menu ; (2) Press A or v to select the parameter to be changed. (3) Press “set” to view the value of the parameter. (4) Press >, and v to enter a new value. (5) Press “set” to confirm ; (6) Press A or v to select the new parameter. (7) To exit the menu, press “set” when “End” is displayed. 5

****** Page 6 ****** Operation Mode –xxx Placing the meter Enter Code SET Parameter Diflode/. FIL br 1k End Inöüt öfpe SET Input Offsie SET Digital Filter Stiu,opt Display Unit Display Brightlode/, SET Figure 5. Flow chart of how to set the parameters The operating environment temperature for the meter is from -20-50C (or, 0-1 OOF). The meter should be placed away from high heat to protect the plastic housing and electronics. A pair of Velcro@ fastener is provided in the package if you decided to fasten it on a wall. The Velcro has pressure sensitive adhesive backing. You can remove the protecting film from the hook piece and stick it to the back of the meter. Then remove the protecting film from the loop piece and install it to the wall. Please note that the pressure sensitive adhesive on Velcro is industrial grade with strong holding force. It needs to be stick on solid surface. Don’t put it on a drywall because it may peel off the paint if you decided to remove it later.








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