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v0.10

Minor Versionm

by Tanya Taylor

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  1. Remove the front panel cover to reveal the monitor's AC junction box (left) and compressor cassette (right).
    • Remove the front panel cover to reveal the monitor's AC junction box (left) and compressor cassette (right).

    • Remove the AC junction box cover.

  2. Feed the mains power cable through the gland on the bottom of the junction box.
    • Feed the mains power cable through the gland on the bottom of the junction box.

    • Wire in the cable (earth, ground, power).

    • The output from the junction box goes straight inside the enclosure and connects to the 12 V rail. The live lead is connected through the 5A fuse.

  3. Make sure the 12V  DC fuse in the 12 V rail is out (this means the monitor is turned off). Switch on mains AC power.
    • Make sure the 12V DC fuse in the 12 V rail is out (this means the monitor is turned off).

    • Switch on mains AC power.

    • The internal fan will start up and begin circulating air inside the box. Air will come out the top vent. Nothing else should be on.

  4. To test 12V DC power to the rest of the monitor: Disconnect the red/back power cable from the pump module. (This prevents any damage to the optical engine.)
    • To test 12V DC power to the rest of the monitor:

    • Disconnect the red/back power cable from the pump module. (This prevents any damage to the optical engine.)

    • Turn on the monitor by pushing the 12V DC fuse into the fuse holder.

    • The pump/s will start and the ePC will boot up with a series of beeps. The status LED lights on the modules, embedded PC and modem (if fitted) will turn green.

    • For extra help, watch our video.

Conclusion

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Tanya Taylor

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