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Test stations for function tests and adjustment with optional charging functionBefore each use of a portable gas detection device, its operational capability must be checked with a function test ("bump test"). We developed the TS888/999 and TX888/999 test stations to make this process as simple, quick and cost-effective as possible for our G888 and G999 portable devices. During the functional test, the test station can be operated via the display and keys of the inserted measuring device.
The TS888/999 and TX888/999 test stations quickly and automatically perform the required function tests on the Microtector III G888 and Polytector III G999 personal gas detection devices. The TX888/999 can also be used to adjust sensors with test gas. Both test stations are available with an optional charging function for the portable gas detectors. Gas detection devices make a significant contribution to safety, if they are tested every working day.
Function test and adjustment
If a switched-on gas detection device is inserted into one of the two test stations, the station will automatically start the function test after ten seconds. Within a maximum of 30 seconds, the alarms and response times are tested, the time and test interval are set, and the data is stored on a microSD card (optional). The device will then give you feedback about the test's success or, if applicable, any errors. The TX888/999 can also be used for sensor adjustment. Before starting the adjustment, the zero point of the sensors must be set with fresh air. The sensor sensitivity is then readjusted using the appropriate test gas. Depending on the device and the number of sensors, this process will take a maximum of four minutes.
Power supply and charging function (optional)
The test stations are powered by an external 12-volt power supply unit or by a PC (connected via USB). If a gas detection device is placed inside the docking station while switched off, it will automatically start charging. Once it is fully charged, the test station it will switch to trickle charge mode to conserve battery power. A 230 volt power supply or car charging adapter is required for the charging function.
Equipment and accessories
A gas extraction fitting (optional) should be used for the test gas feed with a gas cylinder. Both test stations have one input and one output each for the supply and removal of test gas. The data is documented on a microSD card. A connection to a computer can be made via the mini-USB port.
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