What sensors will the Field Mounted Display (FMD) operate with?
The FMD was designed to operate with our Models TS400, TS420, IR2100 and IR7000 gas detectors.
What type of enclosure options does the FMD provide?
The FMD is available in both the standard explosion-proof (X/P) junction box for explosion-proof and general purpose (GP) installations, and a polyester junction box for intrinsically safe (I/S), increased safety (Exe) and general purpose installations.
What type of hardware configurations are available?
The FMD is provided with four (4) hardware configurations:
1. With integral shunt barrier for use with TS400/TS420 in explosion-proof installations. Relays are optional. Display range is programmable for the gas being detected.
2. Without barrier for use with IR2100/IR7000. Relays are optional.
1. Intrinsically safe loop-powered for use with TS400/TS420 in intrinsically safe protected installations. A safety barrier is required in the control room to maintain approvals.
2. +24 VDC powered for use with the TS400/TS420 in increased safety (Exe) protected installations. Relays are available for general purpose installations.
How do you enter the Program Review Mode?
Hold the magnet over the GMI logo on the cover of the housing for five seconds. The display will show a set of horizontal bars for about five seconds. When the word "cLr" appears on the display, remove the magnet. The display will now show a set of options. When the display reads "Pr" reapply the magnet. The display will now scroll through all the current settings for the unit. After all settings have been displayed, the unit will return to normal operation automatically.
How do you enter the Test Gas Mode?
Hold the magnet over the GMI logo on the cover of the housing for approx. five seconds. The display will show a set of horizontal bars for about five seconds. Remove the magnet when the word "cLr" is displayed. The display will then begin scrolling through a list of set-up options. When the display shows the word "tESt", apply and remove the magnet again. The relays are now disabled. The display will flash the current gas reading to show that the relays are disabled.
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