Honeywell MicroDock II manual


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    iERP: 126102 D5618/7 [English] © BW T echnologies 2008. All rights reserved. Quic k R eference Guid[...]

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    Limited W arranty an d Limitati on Liability BW T echnologies LP ( BW) warrants the product to be fr[...]

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    1 MicroDock II Introducti on a Wa r n i n g T o ensure personal safety , read Safety Information - R[...]

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    MicroDock II Quick Reference Guide 2 Display Elements Pushbuttons Item Function AC power Batteries f[...]

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    3 MicroDock II User Options Me nu User Options Menu Description Display Time /D at e modifies the ti[...]

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    MicroDock II Quick Reference Guide 4 Installation Item Description 1 Inlet filter assembly 2 C-cell [...]

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    5 MicroDock II Installation a War n i n g The atmosphere must be free of background gas. Do not use [...]

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    MicroDock II Quick Reference Guide 6 Inserting the Detector a Caution Infrared or intense ambient li[...]

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    7 MicroDock II Using the Base Station • When the detector has been inserted correctly , the RUN LE[...]

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    MicroDock II Quick Reference Guide 8 The base station pushbuttons are not labelled. The base station[...]

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    9 MicroDock II Bump Tes t 5. Press C exit to return to normal operation. For more information on set[...]

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    MicroDock II Quick Reference Guide 10 A calibration adjusts the sensor sensitivity to ensure an accu[...]

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    11 MicroDock II Automatic Datal og Download ( GasAlertMic roClip and GasAl ertMax XT docking module [...]

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    MicroDock II Quick Reference Guide 12 • GasAlertMicroClip • GasAlertMax XT The detector can be c[...]

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    13 MicroDock II Maintenanc e 4. Allow the battery to obtain a full charge (2 to 4 hours, depending u[...]

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    MicroDock II Quick Reference Guide 14 Specifications The MicroDock II base station and docking modul[...]

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    15 MicroDock II Charger Speci fications Charger Specifications Size: 8.6 x 8.2 x 7.8 cm (3.4 x 3.2 x[...]

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    MicroDock II Quick Reference Guide 16[...]

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    iERP: 126102 D5618/7 [English] © BW T echnologies 2008. All rights reserved. Quic k R eference Guid[...]