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USER MANUAL Spy RF RéférencE 09543B SUMMARY I. INTRODUCTION... 3 a) Equipment... 3 b) Symbols... 3 II. INSTALLATION RECOMMENDATIONS... 3 a) Perturbations sources... 3 III. PRESENTATION... 4 a) Display...

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USER MANUAL Spy RF RéférencE 09543B SUMMARY I. INTRODUCTION... 3 a) Equipment... 3 b) Symbols... 3 II. INSTALLATION RECOMMENDATIONS... 3 a) Perturbations sources... 3 III. PRESENTATION... 4 a) Display... 4 b) Complementary information... 4 c) Connector... 4 d) Connecting probes... 5 IV. INSTALLATION... 5 a) Installation recommendations... 5 b) Installation of wall-mounting bracket... 5 V. USE... 6 a) Stop... 6 b) Start... 6 c) Waiting mode... 6 d) Configuration... 6 e) Spy RF RéférencE declaration in Sirius... 6 f) Measurement start... 6 g) Automatic start... 6 h) Manual start... 7 i) Alarm visualisation... 7 j) Measurement stop... 8 k) Auto control or top zone... 8 l) Leds and pushbutton actions functioning... 8 VI. BATTERY CHANGE... 9 VII. RESET... 9 VIII. FEATURES IX. WARRANTY X. MAINTENANCE CONTRACT XI. ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION JRI 2 I. INTRODUCTION Congratulations, you own a SPY RF RéférencE! This device is equipped with 1 or 2 PT100 inputs. It enables you to record the temperature very accurately and to transfer wireless the recorded data by radio frequency to a PC. This device can be use as a standard. a) Equipment 1 SPY RF Référence 1 user manual 1 wall-mounting bracket 1 or 2 PT100 probe 1 connector b) Symbols RECYCLING : do not throw in a rubbish dump or in a domestic waste container. Comply to the regulation to throw away the device. CE MARKING :this equipment is certified to comply with the European regulation for the electric security, inflammability, disturbing radiation emission and immunity to surrounding electric disturbances. N FCC : W This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation In accordance with FCC requirements, changes or modifications not expressly approved by JRI could void the user's authority to operate this product. NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense. II. INSTALLATION RECOMMENDATIONS The Spy RF RéférencE is a temperature recorder able to communicate wirelessly with the operating software SIRIUS. The wireless communication is based on long distance radio frequency contrary to Wifi, Bluetooth, zigbee... Nevertheless, there are rules on recorders positioning that is necessary to respect because wireless communication is subject to perturbations. a) Perturbations sources Presence of obstacles in the way of the waves between the Spy RF ModeM and the Spy Rf (wall, ceiling, person, furniture ) or close to the antenna. Obstacles thickness in the way of the waves. The absorption is more important in diagonal as perpendicularly Waves cannot pass through full metallic walls. On the other hand, a perforated wall allows the waves passing with attenuation JRI 3 III. PRESENTATION Alarm LED (red) Working LED (green) Battery trap door a) Display Push button Display Connectors SPY RF RéférencE recorder Wall-mounting bracket Connector IP65 protection Recording mode Waiting mode Memory status Overpassed thresholds indicators Radio signal Measurement and Channel N Non-programmed mode b) Complementary information Full memory. You must transfer the data to your PC. Low battery. You must change the battery. c) Connector The SPY RF RéférencE is equipped with rapid connector which makes the installation of the probe very easy. The probe can otherwise be disconnected from the recorder to be changed or to change the recorder itself. 1 channel T in C 2 channels JRI 4 d) Connecting probes ! Never unscrew the sensor connector to unplug it. Pull out strongly. IV. INSTALLATION a) Installation recommendations Place the devices at ~2m high and around 30 to 40cm from the ceiling to avoid obstacles and moving persons. If possible, place the Spy RF in central position regarding the Spy RF recorders. Try to place them preferably at sight of each other. On the wall, it is preferable to them aside by using the special bracket (ref 08512) of the catalog. Place the antenna above the top the monitored unit (fridge, incubator, oven, cold rooms ),. Never place the Spy RF horizontally. If some difficulties persist, it is possible to use Spy Rf RelaY (repeaters) or to connect another Spy RF ModeM to the Ethernet network (LAN). b) Installation of wall-mounting bracket The bracket can be fixed thanks to its adhesive plaster or it can be screwed. Screwing map Possibility to install a lock against robbery JRI 5 V. USE a) Stop When you receive it, your SPY RF is stopped. Only the time clock is active. It can neither emit nor receive anything. b) Start To start your SPY RF, please press between 5 and 10 on the button: - the 2 LEDs are on and flash at the same time - all the display segments are also on - SPY RF is now in waiting mode Remark: If you press 10 = no effect = remains off c) Waiting mode The SPY RF is ready to receive a configuration or to start a new recording session. The symbol Halt is on: no measures in progress. Use the pushbutton to start. d) Configuration SPY RF configuration is done from the Sirius software and then transferred into your SPY RF by radio frequency. e) Spy RF RéférencE declaration in Sirius With a sirius software up to 1.5.x version, declare the Spy RF RéférencE as a Spy RF U1 or U2. It is preset with a PT100 sensor. Do try to change the choice of the probe With Sirius 2.0, declare it as a Spy RF RéférencE f) Measurement start The SPY RF has 2 starting mode: automatic start manual start g) Automatic start Your SPY RF starts recording: automatically when it starts, Working LED (green): 2 = starting measurements then flashes every 1 minute JRI 6 It displays the temperature in C degrees, channel number, measurement unit and memory status. The green LED flashes every minute. The temperature, threshold indicator, channel number and a red LED flashes every 15 sec in case the threshold limit is overpassed. at a programmed date and time: dd / mm / yy Working LED (green): 2 = starting measurements h) Manual start Press shortly on the pushbutton Working LED (green): 2 = starting measurements then flashes every 1 minute It displays the temperature in C degrees, channel number, measurement unit and memory status. The green LED flashes every minute. i) Alarm visualisation The SPY RF is equipped with different alarm indicators, when a threshold limit is overpassed. Pre alarm Alarm Alarm LED (red): Flashes every 15. Threshold indicator High or low Value measured Flashes every 15 JRI 7 j) Measurement stop Depending on the configuration, the SPY RF can stop recording or not. The different options are: Rolling memory: once the memory is full, the new values replace the old ones. Full memory: the recorder stops when its memory is full. With the software: you can put the SPY RF in standby mode with Sirius when you do not use your recorder. With the pushbutton: this option is valid only if the SPY RF is configured in transport mode with a start by pushbutton. To stop your SPY RF, press between 5 and 10 on the button: - The 2 LEDs are on and then flash alternatively. - The screen goes off, Halt goes on. k) Auto control or top zone The type of action depends on the SPY RF configuration. TOP ZONE = Transport mode and AUTO CONTROL = Storage mode This function enables you to customise an action of measurement check-up. You just have to press shortly on the pushbutton. T OK: green LED is on during 10. Alarm LED (red) is on during 10. The action is recorded and will appear on the curve when you process the data with your software Sirius. l) Leds and pushbutton actions functioning The green led is on 2 when the measurement starts and then flashes each 1 in recording mode. Specials functioning regarding the recorder using mode: Device set up in storage mode: Mode Pushbutton pressing OFF - Starting measurements Pushbutton 5 5 pressing 10 Green led 2 = beginning of measurements The 2 leds are on and flash at the same time. Delayed (date & time) - - Immediately - - Mesure Green led 10 = auto control - - JRI 8 Mode Device set up in transportation mode: Pushbutton pressing Off - Starting measurements Pushbutton Mesure VI. BATTERY CHANGE Delayed (date & time) 5 5 appui 10 Green led 2 = beginning of measurements Immediately - Green led 10 = Top zone When the SPY RF battery has to be replaced, the LCD screen displays the following message: The 2 leds are on and flash at the same time. - The 2 leds are on and flash at the same time = Waiting for starting measurements The 2 LEDs are on and then flash alternatively = ending measurements The 2 LEDs are on and then flash alternatively = ending measurements! DOWNLOAD THE MEMORY BEFORE CHANGING THE BATTERY. NEVER WAIT UNTIL THE BATTERY IS EMPTY OR THE DATA WILL BE DELETED. To replace the battery or reset the device, follow the instructions below: b Never unscrew. This will cancel the warranty 2 3 Open the battery cover a) Unplug the battery connector. b) Short circuit the 2 pins with a screwdriver c) Connect the new battery d) Change the seal e) Close the battery cover a! VII. RESET KEEP THE BATERY FAR FROM THE FIRE ; DO NOT TRY TO RELOAD OR TO SHORT CIRCUIT IT. USE ONLY BATTERIES SUPPLIED BY JRI (REF 06569) If the device does not work anymore (cannot turn it on ), use the Reset function in the same way as the battery change. JRI 9 VIII. FEATURES Measurement range -50 C 125 C -200 C 300 C Number of channels 1 or 2 1 or 2 Type of input PT100*supplied/ TOR PT100* not furnished / TOR Resolution 0.01 C 0.01 C Accuracy (at 10 C amb T 40 C) ±0,09 C from -20 to 50 C ±0,2 C from -50 to -20 C ±0,12 C from 50 to 125 C ±0,05 C EMT probe from-50 to 50 C ±0,1 C EMT probe outside Recording interval 4s to 90 min 4s to 90 min Memory size measurements measures Operating conditions 10 to 40 C 10 to 40 C Temperature for storage -40 to 85 C -40 to 85 C Radio range (in free field) 1 km 1 km Radio band 868MHz or 902MHz 868MHz or 902MHz Battery lifetime ** 2 years 2 years Dimensions 123x69x30mm 123x69x30mm Protection level IP65 IP65 CE ERM conformity EN / EN / EN / EN / EN Conformity FCC FCC part 15 FCC part 15 * Molded PT100 range B with flat cable **If period measures 2 wether 1 year for 1, 6 months for 10, 3 months for 4 IX. WARRANTY EN / EN / EN / EN / EN JRI products carry a one year warranty and guarantee against defects in their components or workmanship. During this period if any product supplied by the Company proves on inspection to be defective, the Company will at its own option replace the same or refund to the Buyer the price of the product. In no circumstances will JRI' liability exceed the price of the product paid by the buyer or the cost of replacement. JRI shall not in any event be liable to the Buyer for any indirect or consequential loss or damage costs or expenses whatsoever which might arise out of or in connection with the supply of the product or its consequent use. Consequently, the products warrantee and guarantee specified above, does not cover damage caused by fair wear and tear, abnormal storage conditions, incorrect use, accidental misuse, abuse, neglect, misapplication or modification, or use with non-jri' hardware/software. No warranty of fitness for a particular purpose is offered and the user assumes the entire risk of using the product. In line with our policy of continuous development, we reserve the right to amend our product specification without prior notice. X. MAINTENANCE CONTRACT How to optimize your radio frequency installation? RF measuring systems communicate by radio frequency. However, there may be several factors that can modify the radio ways already defined, such as moving from a building, adding walls, Radio frequency requires thus a periodical follow up performed by specialists. That s why JRI has created maintenance contracts. We bring you a global solution which makes your maintenance easier. This overall service offer includes maintenance and also metrological services, which ensure you that your system is fully performant. You won t worry about your devices maintenance anymore! With this maintenance contract you will benefit for a minimal period of 2 years from the following advantages: - material verification once or twice a year - warranty extension - telemaintenance - telephone assistance 33 (0) (0,282 HT/min) - material replacement on site or by return in our manufacture - metrological certificates: verification of measurement accuracy JRI 10 - access to new software versions and updates - on-site intervention time within 3 open days after problem identification by our experts XI. ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION JRI recommends to our customers to throw away their measuring and recording devices which are unserviceable and/or beyond repair in a way that is appropriate to environment protection. Insofar as the production of waste cannot be avoided, it is best to re-use them by proceeding with adapted recycling depending on the material used and considering the environment protection. RoHS Directive The ROHS European Directive rules and limits the presence of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipments (EEE). In the article 2, the scope of this Directive excludes 9. Monitoring and Control Instruments and our products are part of this category. Nevertheless, our company has decided to apply the whole dispositions of this Directive for all our new electronic devices which will comply to this 2002/95/CE Directive. JRI 11
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