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Safety First System can conduct electricity Do not use in flammable atmosphere Use proper personal protective equipment
Do not move probe head by hand General Precautions The system is not waterproof
General Precautions Do not kink the cables into loops smaller than 10 inches in diameter Do not carry the unit by the cable Do not step on the cables or connectors
General Precautions Do not use the cable reel as an anchoring point for the Cable Probe during rescue operations
System Set-Up Mount video display onto probe using sliding collar Line up display plunger key on display with internal keyway on control console
System Set-Up Connect video display by lining up red dot on display cable to red dot on 7-pin connector on rear of control console Slide connector barrel back and insert into console
System Set-Up Connect headphone cable to bottom left connector on rear of console Slide connector barrel back and insert into console
System Set-Up Connect battery cable to battery Align connectors to slots for easy connection
System Set-Up Connect Cable Probe to 16-pin connector Align connectors to slots for easy connection
System Set-Up Connect shoulder strap located on front of probe and on rear of console, if desired
System Set-Up Attach display hood for enhanced visibility in bright sunlight
System Operation Cable Probe
Powering Up Depress the power switch on the bottom of the console grip until the system powers up
Camera Head Articulation Depress the top rocker switch on the console grip to the left or right to move the camera head left or right
Illumination Depress the switch on the console grip marked by the illumination symbol to activate the lights on the end of the probe
Display Brightness/Contrast Controls on top of video display Depress and hold control button to cycle through settings
Camera Orientation Camera head can be rotated to adjust for different viewing orientation Rotate camera head to corresponding silver dots on probe as required
Auxiliary Multi-port Additional 7-pin connector can provide data and video Use of a standard video recording device is possible for training and review with optional adaptor
Audio / Intercom Control search audio volume by control button on console grip Push-To-Talk feature activated by control button on console grip
Audio / Intercom Headphone volume control located on side of headphone earmuff
System Maintenance Cable Probe
Battery Care Fast cycle charges battery to 90% capacity in about 2 hours Slow trickle charge completed in 3 additional hours Battery is heavy. Handle with care
Probe Maintenance Periodic tightening of screws as necessary Do not over-tighten screws
Clean Video Display Blow dust off screen with compressed air Clean the screen with glass cleaner Spray cleaner onto cloth first, NEVER onto the screen
Clean System Blow dust off probe with compressed air Wipe off with clean cloth
Clean System Wipe down cables with clean cloth Apply thin application of rubber preservative
Inspect System Connect all components and test system Start visual inspection by confirming protective cover over lens is clean and in place
Inspect System Inspect articulating joint rubber boot for tears or damage
Inspect System Inspect control switches for function and condition
Inspect System Inspect cables and connectors for damage
System Packing Cable Probe
System Packing After inspection, pack system into protective case Ensure that cables are secured and camera head is centered Store indoors
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