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v0.16

Minor Versionm

by StJohn Vuetilovoni

Introduction

You can easily do this procedure on site at the monitoring location.

To understand how often you should perform this service activity, click here.

Parts

  1. Enter service mode so any fluctuations in the data caused from this activity can be excluded from air quality reports.
    • Enter service mode so any fluctuations in the data caused from this activity can be excluded from air quality reports.

  2. Keep your monitor on. You don’t need to turn it off for this procedure. Remove one blue communications cable and one red and black power cable.
    • Keep your monitor on. You don’t need to turn it off for this procedure.

    • Remove one blue communications cable and one red and black power cable.

    • Disconnect the sample inlet and exhaust tubes.

    • Loosen the retaining screws and carefully remove the module.

    • Reconnect the communication and power cables to ensure the remaining modules have power and communications.

    • Make sure the polarity of the red and black cable is the correct.

    • Insert luer caps into the sample inlet and exhaust connections.

  3. After you've completed this task you should have one communication cable and one power cable left over.
    • After you've completed this task you should have one communication cable and one power cable left over.

  4. Go to the Configure app and click Settings from the side menu.
    • Go to the Configure app and click Settings from the side menu.

    • Remove the module from the Active Sensors list in the Sensors column by hovering over the sensor name and clicking the cross that displays.

    • Click Save when the confirmation message appears.

  5. When you remove a gas module, you reduce the overall flow rate of the main gas inlet.
    • To see the process of removing a module in an AQM 65, watch this video.

Conclusion

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Tanya Taylor

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