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1 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training September, 2006

2 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Chip Measurement System

3 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Disclaimer This visual presentation is intended to help the user understand and correctly use the Draeger Chip Measurement System It is not intended to substitute for any specific instructions IT IS THE USERS RESPONSIBILITY TO READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL MANUALS AND INFORMATION PROVIDED WITH THE CMS! Draeger is happy to assist you with any questions you have on the use of the CMS. Draeger Safety (USA) toll 800/ Draeger Canada toll 877/ Disclaimer

4 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training. CMS Analyzer CMS Chips Remote System CSM Dräger Draeger CMS

5 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training The Draeger CMS is a hand held on-the-spot detection tool for the measurement of toxic gases and vapors in the workplace. It can be used for exposure measurements, confined space entry, process control, & environmental control. Intended Use

6 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training The CMS Chip Bar Code Capillaries with Chemical Reagent Type of gas or vapor Time to run test Calibration data Required flow rate Batch number Orange Cancellation Pins Gear Rail Chip Insertion Arrow Sealing Rings The CMS Chip

7 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training The CMS Chip Two year shelf life, date stamped on the box Ten individual tests per CMS Chip Storage 35 to 77 °F (2 to 25 °C) Do Not Freeze More accurate correction factors (Temp. & %RH) Safely contains hazardous glass fragments The CMS Chip

8 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training The CMS Analyzer Chip Outlet Slide Switch Chip Inlet Wrist Strap Backlight / Language Setup Two-line Graphical LCD Display Remote Pump Compartment (Back) 4 AA Alkaline Battery Compartment (Back) Protective Rubber Bumpers & Data Recorder The CMS Analyzer

9 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Components: Top / Bottom Chip Inlet Door Hex Screw for Battery Compartment Gas Inlet / Remote Extension Hose Port Chip Outlet Door Bottom Top Part Number & Serial Number Components

10 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Components: Back Side Battery Compartment Cover, Removed Hex Screw for Battery Compartment Compartment for Optional Remote System Components

11 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Selecting the Chip Select the appropriate Chip for the gas or vapor to be measured. Please observe the following: - Gas or Vapor to be detected - Measuring range - Number of measuring channels - Read the Chip instructions - Expiration date - See back of package Selecting the Chip

12 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Selecting the Chip Chips should be stored in the original package to protect from direct sunlight. The effects of light can reduce shelf life and influence performance. Only hold Chips on edges, avoid smudges. Dirty Chips can cause problems with the optical reader and jam the drive mechanism. Damaged, dirty, or expired Chips can lead to measurement errors. Precautions: Selecting the Chip

13 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Turning On the Analyzer Slide switch to position 1: Analyzer performs a self-test of electronic functions. Display elements are activated: function test please wait Turning On the Analyzer

14 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Turning On the Analyzer Battery voltage is tested. Battery symbol significance: 4 battery symbols => fully charged battery voltage 1 full battery symbol => batteries must be changed!! The analyzer is delivered in the English language with the DataRecorder set in the Man (manual) mode. Dräger CMS V3.01 please wait Dräger CMS V3.01 please wait Turning On the Analyzer

15 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Turning On the Analyzer Beeps when self-test is complete. The version number of the software is displayed with the prompt to load the Chip. If the analyzer is switched off for less than one minute during use, a shorter self-test is initiated when the unit is switched on again. Dräger CMS V3.01 load chip Turning On the Analyzer

16 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Inserting the Chip Make certain the sliding switch is in position 1. WAIT for the load chip prompt. 1 Insert Chip with arrow pointing toward the analyzer and barcode up, into the Chip inlet as shown in the diagram. Only hold Chip on edges. 2 Press Chip in upward direction in order to open the blue chip inlet port. 3 Slide Chip evenly and completely into the Chip inlet. Inserting the Chip

17 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Inserting the Chip Analyzer reads barcode during insertion of Chip and counts number of unused channels. barcode error -Chip not inserted evenly Too fast -Chip inserted too quickly Too slow -Chip inserted too slowly Move slide switch to position 0, remove Chip; Move slide switch to position 1, wait for load chip, reinsert Chip barcode error eject chip 0 Inserting the Chip

18 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training After inserting the Chip Top line of display shows gas to be measured. Bottom line of display alternates between two messages: -Measuring range -Message instructing user to move slide switch to position 2 and indication of the number of available measurements (see next slide if remote attached). NH3 2 – 150 ppm NH3 start 2 06 After inserting the Chip

19 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training After inserting the Chip Pump On NH3 2 – 150 ppm Pump on0:00 start 2 06 Pump Off NH3 2 – 150 ppm Pump off start 2 06 Remote Pump Attached After inserting the Chip

20 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Chip Integrity Test - Okay Move sliding switch to position 2. Leak Test is performed. Wait for Chip o.k. Chip o.k.= Chip is functional Start measure3 = Move slide switch to position 3 to start measurement. chip test please wait chip o.k. start measure 3 Chip Integrity Test

21 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Chip Integrity Test - Error pump error eject chip 0 chip error or pump error Move slide switch to position 0, remove Chip; Move slide switch to position 1, reinsert Chip If error messages continue, contact Draeger Service. Chip Integrity Test

22 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Performing a Measurement Move the slide switch to position 3. Built-in pump is activated and the air sample is drawn through the measuring channel. Do not block the gas inlet. chip error or pump error Move slide switch to position 0, remove Chip; Move slide switch to position 1, reinsert Chip Top of Analyzer Gas Inlet Performing a Measurement

23 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Performing a Measurement Display shows two alternating messages: -Type of Chip & range (see next slide if remote attached). -An indication of the measurement process. The brackets (> <) indicate the duration of the measurement. The bars represent the progress of the measurement. NH3 2 – 150 ppm Measuring > < Performing a Measurement

24 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Performing a Measurement Pump off Measuring > < Remote Pump Attached Pump OnPump Off Pump on0:03 Measuring > < Performing a Measurement

25 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Performing a Measurement At the end of the measurement, the result is indicated in combination with a beep. Alternating messages will appear in the display: NH3 5.5 ppm next ppm NH3 5.5 ppm next ppm analysis please wait Performing a Measurement

26 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Performing a Measurement If the concentration is below the measuring range, the following prompt appears: <(lower measuring range) If the concentration is higher than the measuring range, the following prompt appears: >(upper measuring range) next 2 <2 ppm next 2 >150 ppm Performing a Measurement

27 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Concluding the Measurement (with DataRecorder in the Manual mode) Slide the switch to position 2. Alternating messages will appear in the display. To disregard the measurement result move the slide switch to position 1. or To store the measurement result, press and release the side button. Store: button 5.5 ppm next ppm Concluding the Measurement

28 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Concluding the Measurement (in the Manual mode) Measurement result is displayed with most recently assigned location code. If this location code is correct, move slide switch to position 1. Result is stored. If a different code is desired, press side button to select A to H. Now move slide switch to position 1. Result is stored. Set Location 5.5 ppm D06 next ppm D06 Concluding the Measurement

29 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Concluding the Measurement (in the Manual mode) Up to 50 measurements can be stored. In position 1 two options appear: -Slide the switch to position 0, to eject; -Move the slide switch to position 2, to take another measurement. (see next slide if remote attached). NOTE: The option to take measurements without removing the Chip is only available in the 300 series Analyzer ( ) Contact Draeger Service for an upgrade NH3 start 205 NH3 eject chip 0 Concluding the Measurement

30 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Concluding the Measurement (in the Manual mode) Pump on3:29 start 205 NH3 eject chip 0 Remote Pump Attached Pump OnPump Off NH3 eject chip 0 Pump off start 205 Concluding the Measurement

31 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Concluding the Measurement (in the Manual mode) Information from Manual mode: -Gas/Vapor -Concentration -Time -Date -Location Code/Sequential Number of Measurement Note: The CMS provides a point in time measurement, valid for the time and location of the measurement. Concluding the Measurement

32 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Concluding the Measurement (with DataRecorder in the Off or Auto mode) Slide the switch to position 2, then on to 1. Two options appear: -Slide the switch to position 0, to eject Chip & turn analyzer off. -Move the slide switch to position 2, to take another measurement. NH3 eject chip 0 NH3 start 205 Dräger CMS V3.01 off Concluding the Measurement

33 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Concluding the Measurement (in the Off or Auto mode) If set in the Auto mode, the result is stored with an asterisk beside the sequential number of the measurement Information from Auto mode: -Gas/Vapor -Concentration -Time -Date -Sequential Number of Measurement The result is not stored in the Off mode. NH3 5.5 ppm*06 Concluding the Measurement

34 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training Display Backlighting Backlight can be switched on in positions 1, 2, or 3. Briefly press the side button: Display illuminated for approx. 5 secs. Press side button for 2 secs: Display will remain illuminated until the device is switched off. Backlight Button Display Backlighting

35 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training CMS Remote System Pump Module Attaches to Analyzer -includes 3 meter hose with float probe Remote Pump Attached On/Off Switch CMS Remote System NOTE: In Analyzer Remote Pump is never removed

36 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training CMS Remote System Optional 1 Meter Telescopic Wand - telescope wand ~ 1 meter - flexible hose ~ 1 meter CMS Remote System

37 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training CMS Remote System Operation Attach the hose (or telescopic probe) to the inlet of the analyzer Slide the switch on the remote pump down to activate the pump Switch CMS Remote System

38 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training CMS Remote System Operation Lower the hose into the environment to be sampled. Slide the switch on the analyzer to position 1 and wait for the load chip prompt. CMS Remote System

39 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training CMS Remote System Operation Insert the Chip The pump starts and a timer is displayed in the upper right of the display. Pump on0:01 start 205 Tests Remaining Timer CMS Remote System

40 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training CMS Remote System Operation Pump on1:00 start 205 Elapsed time 1 minute Flush the hose from the environment according to the time in the chip instruction sheet before moving to Position 2 CMS Remote System

41 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training CMS Remote System Operation Follow the prompts in the display to carry out the measurement. At the end of the measurement, move the switch to position 2 to store the result. Next move the switch to position 1 for the option to test again or eject. CMS Remote System

42 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training CMS Remote System Operation If another measurement will be taken move the switch to position 2. CMS Remote System

43 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training CMS Remote System Operation If another measurement will not be taken remove the hose from the environment and draw in clean air for 1 to 2 minutes. -This flushes the hose to avoid contamination. Return slide switch to position 0 to eject the chip. CMS Remote System

44 CMS Operator Training September 20, 2006 CMS Operator Training THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!


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