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1(PLEASE SWITCH TO THE SLIDE SHOW MODE) DRÄGER X-AM 1100/1700/2000VIDEO BASED TRAINING(PLEASE SWITCH TO THE SLIDE SHOW MODE)
2CONTENT 10 Menu – TWA 12 Menu – STEL 13-21 PagePageDisclaimer 3Dräger X-am 2000 Overview 4Switching On & 5Warming-Up PeriodSwitching Off 6Display Illumination 7Menu – Fresh Air Calibration 8Menu – Maximum Value 9101213-21222527283031Menu – TWAMenu – STELRecognising Different AlarmsNotice and Error IconsBump Test StationManual Bump TestCharging BatteryReplacing Alkaline BatteryOverview of Icons
3DISCLAIMERThis visual presentation is intended to help the user understand and correctly usethe Dräger X-am 1100/1700/2000.It is not intended to be a substitute for the complete instruction manual suppliedwith the instrument.IT IS THE USER’S RESPONSIBILITY TO READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL MANUALS AND INFORMATION PROVIDED WITH THE INSTRUMENTS!
4What is what? COMPONENTS OK-button +-button Power pack XXS-Sensor H2S XXS-Sensor COVisual AlarmWhat is what?Horn> 90 dbXXS-Sensor O2OK-buttonSwitch onquitVisual AlarmCatalytic Ex SensorFront CoverCrocodile-ClipSaved ScrewSegment Display+-buttonNavigationPower packoperating time >12 h
5SWITCHING-ON DRÄGER X-AM 1100/1700/2000 Press and hold the “OK”-key for 3 secondsDisplay counts down 3-2-1Blinking LEDs, the acoustic alarm sounds andthe vibrating alarm pulsatesThe self-test begins automatically and showsthe following:The installed software versionThe expected lifetime (X-am 1100/1700)The alarm levelsThe TWA and STEL alarm settingsThe next calibration dateLook at video
6SWITCHING OFF DRÄGER X-AM 1100/1700/2000 Press and hold the “+” and “OK" keysat the same time for more than 3 sec.The LEDs will flash and a long beep will sound.The instrument is switched offLook at video
7DISPLAY ILLUMINATION DISPLAY ILLUMINATION Press any key and the display illuminationis switched on for about 30 sec.In an alarm situation, the display illuminationis automatically switched onLook at video
8MENU FRESH AIR CALIBRATION This procedure is a fresh air calibration, which is placed in the quick menu with help of the CC-Vision Software.Press “+”-key three timesThe following icon is shownPress the “OK ”-key and choose thefresh air calibration menuReal values are shownPress the “OK ”- keyOK appears in the displayFresh air calibration is finishedLook at videoIf the oxygen sensor value does not show 20.9% or is not stable, or the combustible or toxic sensors do not show “0” underfresh air conditions, then the instrument must be fresh air calibrated. Perform “Fresh Air Cal” only in a clean air environment.
9MENU MAXIMUM VALUE MENU MAXIMUM VALUE Press the “OK ”-key once The Maximum Value and the minimum value for the O2 sensor are show. These values have been occured since the last time the instrument was switched on.Press the “OK”- key again.TWA and STEL values appears in thedisplayor press the “+”-key onceInstrument returns to measurement modeLook at videoThe Max Value function displays the lowest oxygen reading and the highest Ex, CO, and H2S readings from the time the readings were last reset. Max Values will be stored in memory until they instrument is switched on again.
10NOTETWA (Time Weighted Average) is the time-weighted average gas concentration (normally over an 8 hour period) that an unprotected worker can be exposed to over an 8 hour workday and 40 hour work week without adverse effects.The STEL (Short Term Exposure Limit) is the maximum allowed gas concentration that an unprotected worker can be exposed within a 15 minutes period.
11MENU FUNCTIONS TWA When the TWA analysis is activated: Press the “OK ”-key two timesicon appears in the displayThe maximum workplace concentrationis shownPress the “OK”-key againand the STEL values are shown.or press the “+”-key onceInstrument returns to measurementLook at video
12MENU FUNCTIONS STEL When STEL analysis is activated: Press the “OK ”-key three timesicon appears in the displayThe STEL values are shownPress the “OK ”-key or the “+”-key onceInstrument returns to measurementLook at video
13A1 GAS CONCENTRATION ALARM Alarm level can be changed with the helpof the CC-Vision softwareAudible-, visual- and vibrating alarmsrepeat periodicallyThe display character “A1” will alternatewith the concentration in the displayAn Ex, CO or H2S alarm, the audible and vibrating alarms can be acknowledged by pushing the “OK ”-key.Look at video
14A2 GAS CONCENTRATION ALARM Alarm level can be changed with the helpof the CC-Vision softwareDouble audible-, visual- and vibratingalarms repeat periodicallyThe display character “A2” will alternatewith the concentration in the displayThe audible, visual and vibrating alarms canNOT be acknowledged (silenced) in “A2”or in an O2 “A1” alarmLook at videoFollow the prescribed safety procedures.
15STEL ALARM STEL ALARM Alarm level can be changed with the help Click the picture to watch videoAlarm level can be changed with the helpof the CC-Vision softwareAudible-, visual- and vibrating alarmsrepeat periodicallyThe display character “A2” will alternatewith the concentration in the displayIcon flashesThe alarm can NOT be acknowledgedClick the picture to watch videoLook at videoTWA and STEL values will be cancelled when the instrument is switched off. Follow the prescribed safety procedures.
16TWA ALARM TWA ALARM Alarm level can be changed with the help of the CC-Vision softwareAudible-, visual- and vibrating alarmsrepeat periodicallyThe display character “A2” will alternatewith the concentration in the displayIcon flashesThe alarm can NOT be acknowledgedLook at videoTWA and STEL values will be cancelled when the instrument is switched off. Follow the prescribed safety procedures.
17A1 LOW BATTERY ALARM A1 LOW BATTERY ALARM Click the picture to watch videoAudible-, visual- and vibrating alarmsrepeat periodicallyIcon flashesThe alarm can be acknowledgedwith “OK”-keyLook at videoThis is activated when the battery has less than 10 minutes of operation – please change the batteries or charge the instrument.
18A2 LOW BATTERY ALARM A2 LOW BATTERY ALARM Audible-, visual- and vibrating alarmsrepeating periodicallyIcon flashesThe instrument will automatically shut downin about 10 secondsInstrument switches offThe alarm can NOT be acknowledgedLook at video
19ERROR ALARM ERROR ALARM Audible-, visual- and vibrating alarms repeat periodicallyThe icon appears in the displayThese alarms may be silenced with the“OK” - key, but the gas display will stillindicate a faultLook at videoAn error is an indication that something needs to be looked at in the instrument immediately. The instrument should be removed from service and the error corrected before further use
20OVER RANGE OVER RANGE Audible-, visual- and vibrating alarms repeat periodicallyis shownThe alarm can NOT be acknowledgedLook at videoIf the measuring range is exceeded, the following display is shown instead of measured value display.Follow the prescribed safety procedures.
21UNDER RANGE UNDER RANGE Audible-, visual- and vibrating alarms repeat periodicallyis shownThe alarm can NOT be acknowledgedVideo ansehenLook at videoThe measured concentration has drifted into the negative range. This can e.g. happen, when the fresh air calibration was done in an area where a concentration of gas was present. Please fresh air calibrate the instrument in a clean environmental.
22ERROR DISPLAY ERROR DISPLAY Press the “OK ”-key to acknowledge Press the “OK ”-key againAn Error code is shown(Use the instructions to determine what the error code means.)Press the “OK ”-key again.More error code could be shown.Or press “+M”-key to return tomeasurementLook at video
23NOTICE NOTICE Press the “OK ”-key A Notice Code is shown (Use the instructions to determine what the notice code means.)Press the “OK ”-key again.More notice codes could be shownOr press “+M”-key to return tomeasurementLook at video
24DATA READ OUT DATA READ OUT In the display, “PC” appears when the instrument is connected via IR interfaceto a personal computerLook at video
25FUNCTION TESTA „Bump Test“ is a function test. Before using the instrument, it is important to check following:Gas channels are not blocked (e.g. with dirty membranes )The sensors are calibrated correctlyThe correct alarms are shownThe alarm levels have been adjusted correctly
26AUTOMATIC BUMP TEST AUTOMATIC BUMP TEST Slide the instrument into the bump test cradleThe Bump Test Station automatically recog-nizes the instrumentGas is supplied to the sensorsThe values increaseAudible and visible A1/A2 alarms are shownIs the Bump test is correct, “OK” appearsin the displayThe bump test is completedIf the bump test is not correct,A channel error “_ _” is shown for thespecific sensorThe instrument should be calibrated or contact your local service.
27MANUAL BUMP TEST MANUAL BUMP TEST Slide the instrument into the calibration cradlePress “+M”-key three timesManually supply the gasThe values increaseAudible and visual A1/A2 alarm are shownPress the “OK ”-keyThe bump test is completedOr a channel error “_ _” is shown for the specific sensorThe instrument needs to be calibrated or contact your local service
28CHARGING THE BATTERY PACK Slide the instrument into the charging moduleConnect the charging module with asingle- or multi-chargerThe instrument is chargingRed LED blinks -> instrument is chargingRed LED lights stay on -> instrument isfully charged4 hours are needed for a complete chargeDo not charge underground or in areas, where explosions can occur! There is a danger of explosion! The chargers are not designed in accordance with the regulations for fire and explosion protection..
29BATTERY CASE POWER SUPPLY Loosen the screw with the help of a Allen keyRemove the battery caseInsert the 2 alkaline- or NiMh batteriesPay attention to the polarity of the batteriesInstall the battery case and tighten the screwDo not charge the battery in explosion hazard areas. Alkaline-Batteries are part of the Ex-approval. Only the followingtypes should be used:Energizer No. E91Energizer No. EN91Varta Type 4106The use of alkaline batteries other than those described above invalidates the intrinsic safety approval for the instrument and couldresult in unsafe operation.
30Special symbols provide a quick message about the instrument status OVERVIEW OF THE ICONSSpecial symbols provide a quick message about the instrument statusError IconNotice IconFresh Air Calibration IconPEAK / Maximum Value IconTWA Value IconBump Test Icon1-Button-Calibration IconSpan Calibration IconPassword-Protected MenuBattery IconSTEL Value Icon