TSI 9555 quick start guide
Ventilation Test Instruments
9555 Menu Structure and Quick Reference
Application Note TSI-145
Pressure Ports
Battery Indicator
Additional Messages
Primary Parameter
Activity Area
Secondary Parameters
Soft Key Indicators
Soft Keys
Keypad Functions
ON/OFF Key
Press to turn the AIRFLOW 9555 on and off. During the power up sequence the
display will show the following: Model Number, Serial Number, Software
Revision and Last Date Calibrated.
Arrow (ST) Keys
Press to scroll through choices while setting a parameter. Pressing the ST
keys simultaneously will lock the keypad to prevent unauthorized adjustments
to the instruments. To unlock the keypad, press the ST keys simultaneously.
(Enter) Key
Press to accept a value or condition.
Arrow (gor h) and
Menu Soft Keys
Press arrow keys to change choices while setting a parameter. Press the Menu
soft key to select the Menu selections, which are Display Setup, Pressure Zero,
Settings, Flow Setup, Actual/Std Set up, Data Logging, Applications, Calibration and Printer.
Main Soft Keys
Next Test
• Increments to the next available test ID.
Menu
•
Accesses the main and sub-menus
Stats
•
Displays the average, minimum, and
maximum readings of the current Test ID.
o Statistics can also be viewed from
the Data Logging menu.
Common Terms
Sample
Consists of all of the measurement parameters stored at the same time.
Test ID
A group of samples. The statistics (average, minimum, maximum, and count)
are calculated for each test ID. The maximum number of test IDs is 100.
Time Constant
The time constant is an averaging period. It is used to dampen the display. If
you are experiencing fluctuating flows, a longer time constant will slow down
those fluctuations. The display will update every second, but the displayed
reading will be the average over the last time constant period. For example, if
the time constant is 10 seconds, the display will update every second, but the
displayed reading will be the average from the last 10 seconds. This is also
referred to as a “moving average”.
Logging Interval
The logging interval is a frequency period that the instrument will log readings. For example, if the logging interval is set to 30 minutes, each sample will
be the average of the last 30 minutes.
Log Mode/Log Settings
You can set Log Mode to Manual, Auto-save, Cont-key, Cont-time, Program 1 or Program 2.
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Manual mode does not automatically save data, but instead prompts the user to save a sample.
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In Auto-save mode, the user manually takes samples that are automatically logged.
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In Cont-key mode, the user starts taking readings and logging by pressing the key. The instrument will continue taking measurements until the key is pressed again.
•
In Cont-time mode, the user starts taking readings by pressing the key. The instrument will
continue taking samples until a set period of time has passed.
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Auto-save, Cont-Key and Cont-time modes have the following additional Log Settings:
Log Settings
Mode
Auto-save
Log Interval
Cont-key
Log Interval
Cont-time
Log Interval
Test Length
•
Pressing the ST keys simultaneously will lock the keypad to prevent unauthorized adjustments to the instruments. To unlock the keypad, press the ST keys simultaneously.
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DISPLAY SETUP
When set to ON, measurement
will be displayed as a secondary parameter (up to 4 can be
displayed)
When set to PRIMARY, measurement will be the large number on the display
When set to OFF, measurement
will not be displayed
DISPLAY SETUP
Velocity
*ON
Flow
OFF
Pitot Velocity
OFF
Pressure
ON
Temperature
ON
Baro Press
OFF
Settings menu is where you can adjust
the general settings. Use the g or h
soft keys to adjust the settings for each
option and use the key to accept
settings.
SETTINGS
ON
PRIMARY
OFF
To zero the pressure reading,
select Pressure Zero.
Language
Beeper
Select Units
Time Constant
Contrast
Set Time
Set Date
Time Format
Date Format
Number Format
Backlight
Auto Off
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MENU
Zero Press
Display Setup
Settings
Flow Setup
Actual/Std Setup
Data Logging
Zero CO
Applications
Calibration
Discover Printer
This function identifies and partners the instrument with the
model 8934 Bluetooth portable
printer
9555 Menu Structure
English
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LANGUAGE
English
German
French
Spanish
Swedish
Finnish
Dutch
Italian
FLOW TYPE
SELECT UNITS
Temperature
°F
Velocity
ft/min
Flow
CFM
Heatflow
BTU/h
Pressure
in.H2O
Baro Press
in.Hg
MM/DD/YY
XX,XXX.YY
Auto
Enable
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Round duct
Rect duct
Duct area
Press/Kfact
Horn
Air cone
FLOW SETUP
Flow Type
Round Duct
Enter Settings
ENTER SETTINGS
See Next Page
APPLICATIONS
Draft Rate
Heatflow
Turbulence
% Outside Air
If a CO probe is
attached, this function will zero the
CO sensor
12.0 in dia
ACTUAL/STD SETUP
Setting
Standard
Temp source
Entered
Standard temp 70.0 F
Standard Press 29.92 in.Hg
SETTING
Standard
Actual
TEMP SOURCE
CALIBRATION
Calibrate Temp
Calibrate Vel
Calibrate %RH
Calibrate Press
Calibrate B.P.
Calibrate CO2
Calibrate CO
Restore Factory Cal
Entered Temp
Probe
Thermocouple 1
Thermocouple 2
RESTORE FACTORY CAL
Restore Temp
Restore Vel
Restore %RH
Restore Press
Restore B.P.
Restore CO2
Restore CO
RESTORE TEMP
Are you Sure?
YES
NO
70°F
•
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MEASUREMENTS
Measurements being logged
are independent of measurements on the display
When set to ON, measurement will be logged to
memory
When set to DISPLAY,
measurement will be logged
to memory if it is visible on
the main running screen
When set to OFF, measurement will not be logged to
memory
DATA LOGGING
Measurements
Log Mode
Manual
Log Settings
Choose Test
Test 001
Name Test
View Data
Delete Data
% Memory
MEASUREMENTS
Temperature
DISPLAY
Velocity
DISPLAY
Flow
DISPLAY
Heatflow
OFF
Pressure
DISPLAY
Baro Press
ON
ON
DISPLAY
LOG INTERVAL
SAMPLE TIME
LOG MODE
00:05
Min:Sec
Manual
Auto-save
Cont.-key
Cont.-time
Program 1
Program 2
OFF
If Log Mode is set to Autosave, Sample Time can be
adjusted.
LOG SETTINGS
Log Interval
Test Length
00:01
00:00:01
OR
CHOOSE TEST
Test 001
Test 002
Test 003
Test 004
Test 005
Test 006
Test 007
Test 008
Test 009
Test 010
--- ---NEW
00:05
Min:Sec
If Log mode is set to Cont.time or Cont.-key, then the
log interval and test length
can be adjusted
NAME TEST
9 Samples
7 Samples
0 Samples
0 Samples
0 Samples
0 Samples
0 Samples
0 Samples
0 Samples
0 Samples
Test
001
TEST LENGTH
00 : 00 : 05
Day:Hour:Min
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KLMNOPQRST
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VIEW DATA
Choose Test
Test 001
View Stats
View Samples
Print Test
SAVE
DATES
TEST 001
Pressure
Avg
35.4 Pa
Min
27.4 Pa
Max
47.9 Pa
# Samples
3
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PRINT
DELETE ALL
DELETE TEST
Are you sure?
MEMORY
YES
Test ID
83 %
Sample
92 %
9555 Menu Structure
DELETE DATA
Delete All
Delete Test
Delete Sample
NO
Test 001
Test 002
Test 003
Test 004
Test 005
Test 006
Test 007
Test 008
Test 009
Test 010
--- ---DATES
8 Samples
5 Samples
0 Samples
0 Samples
0 Samples
0 Samples
0 Samples
0 Samples
0 Samples
0 Samples
DELETE SAMPLE
→
DELETE SAMPLE
Test 001
Test 002
Test 003
Test 004
Test 005
Test 006
Test 007
Test 008
Test 009
Test 010
--- ---DATES
8 Samples
5 Samples
0 Samples
0 Samples
0 Samples
0 Samples
0 Samples
0 Samples
0 Samples
0 Samples
Test 002
Sample 5
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DELETE
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