To calibrate a FuelGuard you will need:
Calibration Gas, Calibrator, regulator & sensor connector assembly and
if you aren't sure the air is gas-free you will also need zero gas.
|1.||Make sure there is no gas present in
atmosphere and no alarms are on.
Remove splash guard
or poison protection caps from sensor.
|2.||Have available: magnetic calibrator,
zero gas (if necessary), calibration gas,
regulator & sensor connector assembly.
|3.||Apply zero air to sensor (if necessary)|
|4.||Touch zero end of calibrator to CAL
mark near leak detection module display.
When it stops scrolling and "C 0" appears
|5.||Apply span gas to sensor|
|6||Touch SPAN end of calibrator to CAL mark
When it stops scrolling and "C XX"
appears, remove gas.
|7.||After scrolling dashes and version #
flashes three times,
calibration is complete.
Storage of new calibration
|8.||Replace splash guard (pictured right).
Repeat for additional sensors.
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