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User Manual DELTAGuard

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General Safety

Installation Instructions

Description of the Key Components

General Instructions

Maintenance Guidelines

Trouble-Shooting

Technical Data

Spare Parts List

Prototype Test Report

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General Safety

1.1 This User Manual

1.2 Safety Symbols

1.3 Conventional Use

1.4 Obligations of the Operator

1.5 Obligations of the Staff

1.6 Liability

1.7 Accident Prevention Regulations

1.8 Operating Safety

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User Manual | DELTAGuard | General Safety

1.1 This User Manual n shall be carefully read prior to operating the fume cupboards and their components.

1.2 Safety Symbols

You will see the following symbols with all important safety instructions within this user manual. Strictly observe these instructions and act especially careful in these situations. Marking of the safety instructions:

Danger!

This sign shows a risk of injury for one´s life, if particular rules of conduct are disregarded. Whenever you see this sign in the user manual please take all necessary safety precautions. aTTenTion!

This sign cautions you against material damages and financial as well as criminal disadvantages (e.g. loss of warranty, liability cases).

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Here you will find important notes and information.

1.3 Conventional use n Fume cupboards: The fume cupboards are determined to extract and lead off corrosive gas arising during

chemical processes in a conventional laboratory environment. Each fume cupboard may only be used

according to its determination (approval) and its choice of material that is either chemically, thermally or

mechanically. n Extract air function display: The function display is exclusively determined to control extract air flows in

laboratory fume cupboards according to DIN EN 14175. Utilization in explosive areas may only be allowed

for special executions and with an exact clarification of the operational conditions.

n Fume cupboard sash control: The fume cupboard sash control is exclusively determined for an automatic

closing of fume cupboards not in use, to protect the staff (splash protection) and to avoid pollutant emission

when people drop across. The automatic fume cupboard sash may not be used in explosive areas.

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1.4 obligations of the operator

The operator is obliged to allow only people to work with the fume cupboard who: n are familiar with the basic regulations about industrial safety and accident prevention.

n are instructed in the handling of fume cupboards and their components.

n have read and understood the complete user manual.

If failures are indicated or recognized which may not be removed by the operator, the manufacturer shall be informed immediately. Fume cupboards with failures may not be operated.

1.5 obligations of the staff

All persons working with fume cupboards or their components are obliged to: n keep the basic regulations of industrial safety and accident prevention.

n have read the complete user manual.

If failures are indicated or recognized the operator shall be informed immediately. Fume cupboards with failures may not be operated.

1.6 Liability

Warranty and liability claims, in case of personal injury or property damage are excluded, presupposed that they can be traced back to one or more of the following causes: n Unconventional use of the fume cupboards. n Improper commissioning, operation, cleaning, maintenance and repair of the fume cupboards.

n Operating the fume cupboards with defect safety devices or controls. n Non-observance of the user manual with regard to commissioning, operation, cleaning, maintenance and repair. n Unauthorized structural alterations of the fume cupboards or their components.

n Insufficient control of the parts that are subject to wear and tear.

n Catastrophes by contaminant exposure or force majeure.

If failures are indicated or recognized, the operator shall be informed immediately. Fume cupboards with failures should not be operated.

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The manufacturer only and exlusively bears the complete warranty for the spare parts delivered and installed by him.

aTTenTion!

No unauthorized alterations, additions or changes may be carried out at the fume cupboard and their components. Any measures of alteration require prior confirmation by the manufacturer. Only use original spare parts. In case of externally procured parts it is not ensured that they are designed and produced according to the strain and required safety.

1.7 accident prevention regulations

The following rules and regulations shall be kept for installation jobs, commissioning, operation, maintenance and repair: n UVVs of the trade association n VDE guidelines n Regulations of the local utilities (electricity, water, gas) n Guidelines for connections, connection plans and installation schemes of Wesemann GmbH n BGR 120 (ZH 119/1)

1.8 operating Safety

Possibilities of access are given by horizontal sliding panes. If the front sash is open, polluted gas may be picked up by strong blasts in the room or by people dropping accross.

n Do not place any stationary fixtures or shelves in the fume cupboard.

n Keep front sash closed for protection during the working proces n Set up tests, if possible, always in the rear part of the working area so that the air is able to circulate around the appliances. n In case of high heat and acid load, exhaustion of polluted gas may be disturbed by a too high thermal current for standard fume cupboards that are designed only for normal strains. n Bleeder valves behind installation doors shall always be accessible.

n Prior to working on the electrical duct, power supply shall be switched off, safe-guarded against resetting

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and checked for zero potential.

n If the power supply is switched on no works may be carried out on the electric components of the fume cupboard sash control (AFS). For this kind of works the control of the automatic sash shall be activated, safeguarded against resetting and checked for zero potential. n In case objects or liquids reach into the housing of the fume cupboard sash control (AFS) or odours or smoke are developing: plug out power plug or disconnect the appliance. Have the appliance checked by the manufacturer.

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9 n Only move or stop automatic fume cupboard sash through the handle. n Prior to opening the housing of the fume cupboard sash control (AFS) unplug the power plug or disconnect

the appliance. n Connection cable and hoses shall be arranged in such a way that they do not create a safety risk (e.g.

stumbling, breaking away).

n Sliding panes shall be used as body protection when working in the fume cupboard interior. n No glass objects may be deposited in the operating radius of the fume cupboard sash. The light barrier

might not recognize these glass objects in time.

n Do not use any abrasive or aggressive cleaners.

n Regularly check the fume cupboard interior for cracks and damages and please immediately repair them as

otherwise chemicals may infiltrate the cracks. n Immediately replace faulty connections (e.g. sockets, fittings). n Material resistance in the fume cupboard interior shall be checked with regard to the services used for the

tasks in the fume cupboard. n Intake openings shall never be blocked.

Installation Instructions

n Installation, wiring, connection jobs and commissioning may only be carried out by specialized staff

from the manufacturer or by fitting and installation companies authorized by the manufacturer.

n Acknowledged engineering rules, but especially safety and accident prevention regulations shall be

observed and kept for installation, wiring, connection and commissioning jobs. n Prior to initial commissioning of electric components it shall be checked whether the operating voltage

indicated on the type label corresponds to the one of the local supply voltage. n The control of the fume cupboard sash control (AFS) shall be separately protected by fuse with an own

circuit. The air exchange rate function display may neither be used in a humidor nor in rooms equipped

with an explosion-proof device. n In chapter 3, you can find an overview of the most important fume cupboard technical data. The technical

data specified for each of the fume cupboards you can find in the „technical documentation“ (not included

in this document). Please contact us for more details.

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Description of the Key Components

3.1 Overview of the Components

3.2 Standard Width

3.3 Height of the Fume Cupboards

3.4 Operating Area

3.5 Fume Cupboard Function Display

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3.1 overview of the Components

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01 Transparent front top panel with fixed glass

panel or 2 cross slides (optional)

02 Option: front sash with 3 / 4 cross slides

03 Fume cupboard function display

04 3 rows of scaffold points

05 Option: socket on the inside, operated from the

outside

06 Service fitting points

07 Aluminiumchannel with electrical service outlets

and remote control fittings

08 Option: Storage cabinets or storage cabinets for

hazardous materials

09 Option: Sink

10 Lightning fixtures

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3.2 Standard Width

The fume cupboards are available in the following standard widths:

Din en 14175 (Fume cupboards for general use)

Types of fume cupboards

Bench mounted fume cupboard

Low ceiling bench mounted fume cupboard

Low level fume cupboard

Walk in fume cupboard

1.200 mm

1.500 mm

1.800 mm

2.100 mm

Din 25466 (radio-isotope fume cupboards)

Types of fume cupboards

Bench mounted fume cupboard

Fume cupboard (Filter on top)

Fume cupboard (Filter next to)

1.200 mm

1.500

1.800

3.3 Height of the fume cupboard

The fume cupboards are available in the following standard heights:

Din en 14175 (Fume cupboards for general use)

Types of fume cupboards

Bench mounted fume cupboard

Low ceiling bench mounted fume cupboard

Low level fume cupboard

Walk in fume cupboard

2.405 mm 2.730 mm

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Din 25466 (radio-isotope fume cupboards)

Types of fume cupboards

Bench mounted fume cupboard

Fume cupboard (Filter on top)

Fume cupboard (Filter next to)

2.405 mm 2.730 mm

3.4 operating range

Every type of fume cupboard has a certain air technical operating range. Within this range the extract air volume may fluctuate. Relevant specifications are shown on the type labels of the fume cupboards and in the technical documents.

3.5 Fume Cupboard Function Display

According to the DIN EN 14175 each fume cupboard type is equipped with an extract air function display. This function display is installed at the side of the fume cupboard. Each fume cupboard shows a certain pressure drop that depends on the extracted air volume. Measurements of a fume cupboard´s pressure drop is usually made through a differential pressure measurement between the laboratory and the extract air spigot of the laboratory. In this case the laboratory fume cupboard represents the streamed obstacle. The measuring outcome results are indicated by a LED.

Fume cupboard function display

Display (LeD)

Betriebszustand green normal operation green, flashing extract air volume too high yellow, flashing 1 red 1 red, flashing 1 green, flashing

1 An additional turn-off warning signal is released.

Sash above 500 mm opening height extract air volume too low

Power failure

Due for maintenance

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Green LED illuminates when the extract air volume is within the normal range

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Red LED is flashing when the extract air volume is too high or too low (sash opening between 0-500 mm). The LED is illuminating when the sash is above the opening height of 500 mm: uncertain operational state

03 When extract air volume too low: warning signal for 30 seconds

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Yellow LED is flashing: sash above opening height of 500 mm

05 Switch to turn the light in the fume cupboard interior on and off

06 Opening of the sash through the motor (optional)

07 Closing of the sash through the motor (optional)

08 Key for manual increase of the extract air volume in the fume cupboard interior

09 Free key - no function

10 When illuminating (green) please contact the Wesemann service department

*0,14€ per minute from the german T-Com network.

General Instructions

4.1 General

4.2 Sash

4.3 Extract Air Function Display

4.4 Fume Cupboard Sash Control (AFS)

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4.1 general

Please pay attention to the safety instructions according to chapter 1.8

Especially pay attention to the following points: n Keep front slide closed during tests.

n If possible, set up tests in the rear working area and on stands. n Check surfaces for resistance. n Check fume cupboard for possible deposits and clean it, if necessary n Intake openings shall be free. n Connection cables and hoses shall be safely laid/installed

4.2 Sash

Always keep the sash closed during tests and if not in operation. The sash should only be opened during the test set up. For short-term access always use the cross slides. The fume cupboard may be manually operated at any time, irrespective of an optional sash control. The sash may be horizontally opened and closed by the loop handle. When opening the sash it should be opened up to the stopper that stops the sash at an opening height of 500 mm (normal operation). Beyond, the sash may only be opened by turning the loop handle. The sash should be opened beyond 500 mm only during the test set-up. As soon as the sash is pulled down it is automatically locked below the 500 mm marking.

4.3 extract air Function Display normal operation extract air function display

Display (LeD) green operating state green, flashing

Measures normal operation none extract air volume too high

Press the Quit button.

Please inform the technical person in charge/service.

Ventilation device shall be adjusted.

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Failure extract air function display

Display (LeD) red red, flashing operating state Measures extract air volume too low

Press the Quit button.

Please inform the technical person in charge/service.

Ventilation device shall be adjusted.

Power failure Check voltage supply, check fuse.

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The warning signal is cleared, by pressing the QUIT button or after expiry of the preset time. The visual error indication remains until the fume cupboard is extracting the right air volume again

Control Keys

The key that are serially available provide the following functions:

QUIT switch to confirm (clear) the warning signals

LIGHT switch to switch the light in the fume cupboard interior on and off

4.4 Fume cupboard sash (aFS) optional

Components

The electronic control of the fume cupboard is automatically closing, in case the fume cupboard is not in operation. A passive infrared detector (PIR) continuously controls the working area in front of the laboratory fume cupboard. If no operating staff is directly in front of the lab fume cupboard, the automatic locking process of the sash is started. The pollutant emission of a fume cupboard is lowest if the sash is closed. In connection with a fume cupboard control it is energy saving and the air volume escaping above the fume cupboard is reduced.

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01 Passive infrared detector (PIR)

02 Sender of the light barrier

03 Receiver of the light barrier

04 Operation controls (option)

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n infrared light barrier: Detects objects that might obstruct the automatic locking process. Diffusion of the light barrier ray is less than 1 mm. The sender/receiver light barrier is installed on the left and the right bottom side of the sash and controls the locking process. Instruments leading through the laboratory sash (e.g. measuring probes, flasks, etc.) are detected and the automatic locking process is stopped immediately.

n Control key: incorporated into the control panel of the fume cupboard function display: Foil keys are available for the operation modes UP and DOWN. The keys control the movement (UP, DOWN) or immediately stops movement of the fume cupboard sash. It is also possible to manually move the sash.

n Control: The control system is processor-controlled. The locking delay is freely adjustable from 10 s. to 30 min.

n Drive: The drive consists of a motor, an electromagnetic coupling and a distance sensor.

n Loop handle: With this handle the sash may be moved or stopped manually without changing the grip.

User Manual | DELTAGuard | General Instructions operation

Irrespective to an automatic sash control, the fume cupboard may be operated manually at any time and without limitations.

n Manual operation: If the sash is in an inactive position it may be opened and closed with the loop handle. Drive and sash are decoupled when in inactive state. n opening sash through the motor: Briefly actuate key UP

The sash opens and automatically stops at an opening height of 500 mm. By briefly actuating the key

UP or DOWN any movement is stopped immediately.

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n Closing sash through the motor: Briefly actuate key DOWN

The sash closes and automatically stops in the BOTTOM position. By briefly actuating the key UP or

DOWN any movement is stopped immediately. The light barrier monitors the closing movement for

obstacles.

n automatic locking device: In case no activity was detected in the fume cupboard within a given time

frame the sash is automatically closed and stops when in BOTTOM position. The light barrier monitors

the closing movement for obstacles. If a person is detected during this locking process, the process will

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The time frame until the closing of the sash may be varied in a range from approx. 10 seconds to 30 minutes. This setting shall be made by experienced and well trained service staff only.

n Detection of obstacles: If the sash is in up or down movement, the direct area below the handle bar is monitored by means of a light barrier.

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An interruption of the signal by touching the working room or object, projection from the interior cause

an immediate stop of the movement.

Danger!

In case a detected obstacle stopped the closing process, the locking mechanism is deactivated. By actuating the UP or DOWN key, or by manually sliding the sash for at least 3 cm, the locking mechanism is reactivated (return to normal operation).

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Other criteria may be programmed for returning to normal operation (2 cm downward movement, or only a manual sash movement). This setting shall be made by experienced and well trained service staff only.

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Maintenance Guidelines

5.1 Expert Knowledge

5.2 Maintenance Contract

5.3 Cleaning Plan

5.4 Cleaning Tasks

5.5 Test Plan

5.6 Execution of Works

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5.1 expert Knowledge

In order to ensure the protective character of a fume cupboard, the respective safety equipment shall be maintained and checked for their efficiency in regular intervals. This obligation is based on the technical guideline

for the handling of hazardous materials (trSg) 526: laboratories. According to these there is the obligation to have the fume cupboards checked annually. The complexity of the mechanical and air technical tests are further defined in 5.5. Test plan.

The expert ist someone who has sufficient knowledge in the field of fume cupboard tests, due to his training or experience, and who is as familiar with the relevant national regulations for industrial safety, accident prevention regulations, guidlines and generally acknowledged engineering rules (e.g. DIN and EN standards, VDE regulations, engineering rules of other EC member states or other contractual states of the agreement for the European

Economic Community) as to being able to judge the industrial safety of fume cupboards.

5.2 Maintenance contract

To be able to guarantee safely operating fume cupboards we advise you to have the maintenance and service jobs done by our service company infralab gmbh. The maintenance contract guarantees an ideal combination between the health protection of your employees and the protection of your lab investments. Your warranty claims are fully guaranteed. Furthermore, the professional competence of the infralab gmbH guarantees and documents the compliance of the regulations towards the inspecting authority.

The infralab gmbH is an independent company and part of the Wesemann Group. Infralab is responsible for the service and maintenance of lab facilities. infralab gmbH, Max-Planck-Straße 12, 28857 Syke, www.

infralab.com

5.3 Cleaning plan

Cleaning plan for the DeLTaguard fume cupboards

Cleaning tasks

Cleaning of sash

Cleaning of panels

Cleaning of extract air ducts interval if required if required

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5.4 Cleaning tasks

general cleaning tasks: Sash and panel shall be cleaned whenever required and depending on the degree of pollution. However, a regular cleaning is suggested. aTTenTion!

Do not use abrasive cleaners for these cleaning tasks. For glass surfaces use a glass cleaning detergent, for all other areas a conventional household cleaning detergent is sufficient. Always apply the detergent with soft cloth only.

Cleaning of extract air Ducts: n Extract air ducts are accessible as soon as the scaffold rods are detached.

n Unscrew 3 x screws in the bottom area of the rear baffle.

n Unscrew hexagon socket screw (5mm) of the scaffold rod holder.

n Detach scaffold rod holder and rear baffle. n Clean extract air ducts.

n Reinstall rear baffle and scaffold rod holder and tighten hexagon socket screws.

n Tighten 3 x screws in the bottom area of the rear baffle. .

5.5 Test plan

The following testing works shall be carried out annually:

Test plan DeLTaguard fume cupboards

Testing works, please check:

Fume cupboard interior for cracks/rupture

Settled

Underbench extraction for function (optional)

Worktops for cracks/rupture

Cup sinks for cracks/rupture/tightness

(optional)

Function of bleeder valves

Glass of lamp for damages

Joints in the interior for cracks

Function of the front slide

State of the sash stopper result

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Panes/handle shells for damages

Sash ropes for damages/tightness

Guide pulleys for wear and tear

Rope protection device for function

Routing of the weight basket

Sash-poti-pulleys

Fume cupboard lamp for function

Tightness of the fume cupboard connection (visual)

Sprinkling function (optional)

Automatic sash closing system

Optical/acoustical alarm sash

> 500 mm

Function 500 mm sash stop

Extract air function display for function: n connections n accu power n limiting values n light emitting diodes n acoustic warning

Set back the maintenance interval

Extract air volume

Jointing in the plinth area for condition

Plinth for tightness

Stands for damages

Alignment of doors at underbench units

Hinge plates for wear and tear/corrosion

Loop handle for damages/tightness

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Drawer guide mechanism for damages

Shelves for deformation/rupture

Locking systems for function

Supply lines to the stop valve

Disposal lines to the deposit point on site

Electrical devices according to DIN 57100/

VDE 0100, part 600

5.6 execution of Works

Checking of extract air Function Display : n Simulation of extract air failure. Once a year, an extract air failure should be simulated. n Checking of connections. Visually check all connections for a correct fit and for the right position

and damages.

Danger! n The measuring hose may neither be damaged nor kinked. It shall be tightly fixed to both,

the extract air spigot and the sensor. n Checking of limiting values. Detach the hose from the function display.

n Checking of back-up battery is checked by switching of the power supply. noTe n Back-up battery (6V / 1.2 Ah) shall be replaced after a maximum running time of 2 years.

n Checking of the functions of the light emitting diodes. Detach the hose from the function display. n Checking of warning signal. Switch the device off. Press QUIT key

warning signal sounds.

as soon as the replacement of means of illumination: n To illuminate the fume cupboard interior 2 x 30 Watt fluorescent tubes are being used. In case of a failure

of these tubes they shall be replaced immediately.

n The front panel is held by two bars at the back side. Thanks to the 2 bars, the panel can be swivelled to

the front or may also be unhinged completely. n Remove the metal housing of the lamp from the ceiling of the fume cupboard. Remove 2 sheet metal

screws from one of the front sides of the housing. Push the housing aside as far as necessary to be able

to remove the glass. Chance the fluorescent tubes. Put the housing back together in reversed order.

Trouble-Shooting

6.1 Error Diagnostics Fume Cupboard

6.2 Error Diagnostics Fume Cupboard

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6.1 error diagnostics fume cupboard function display

The following chapters contain notes for error diagnostics and error repairs. To repair some errors special tools are required and/or special knowledge is needed. In case of such errors please get in contact with the Wesemann service department or with the Infralab GmbH. error diagnostics fume cupboard function display error possible cause

Light emitting diodes of the extract air function display do not shine n no voltage n Defect connection cable remedy n Check voltage supply, if need be,

restore voltage supply n replace connection cable

Light emitting diodes oft he extract air function display are flashing n Setting of wrong display type n Defect connection cable

Actual value through service module not identical to the externally measured value n incorrect calibration n incorrect orifice factor n incorrect connection of measuring

hose n Defect connection cable

LED (LOW) always red n extract air volume too low n no voltage on the binder for

motor n Minimum set values ( wrong

setting) n n

Contact infralab replace connection cable n Contact infralab n Contact infralab n + connection on the sensor remains

free

- connection on the sensor to be

connected n Contact infralab n Check ventilator on site n inform infralab n inform infralab

LED (LOW) flashing red

LED (OK) always green

LED (OK) flashing green n Power failure n inform facility manager and/or

infralab n Minimun set values (wrong setting) n inform infralab n Maximum set values (wrong setting) n inform infralab

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6.2 error diagnostics fume cupboard sash control

Attention! The error diagnostic of the fume cupboard sash control shall only be conducted by service staff.

error diagnostics fume cupboard sash control (aTTenTion! SHaLL onLy Be ConDUCTeD By SerViCe STaFF) error possible cause remedy

Keys UP, DOWN do not function n 230V aC Voltage supply not

connected or faulty n Defect connection cable between

key and electronics n Defect motor cable n Check voltage supply, check

electronics fuses, if needed,

replace them n Check connection cable, if needed it

should be replaced n Check motor cable, if needed it should

be replaced

Drive does not run n 230V aC Voltage supply not

connected or faulty n Defect connection cable between

key and electronics n Defect motor cable n Check voltage supply, check

electronics fuses, if needed,

replace them n Check connection cable, if needed it

should be replaced n Check motor cable, if needed it should

be replaced

Drive stops in an uncontrolled way when moving upward or downward and no obstacle is interrupting the light barrier n in case of a front slide distance of

more than 1 m a standard motor

unit is installed n Polluted sender/receiver optics n Damaged light barrier cable n Light ray from sender to receiver

not adjusted n Defect passive infrared sensor

(Pir) n in case of a front slide distance of

more than 1 m the special version of

the motor drive unit shall be installed n Clean sender/receiver optics n Check light barrier cable, if needed it

should be replaced n adjust light ray n Check sensor, if needed, adjust or

replace it

Automatic locking process is not functioning n Defect or incorrectly adjusted

passive infrared sensor (Pir) n Defect relay output of the passive

infrared sensor (Pir) n Polluted or defect sender/receiver

optics n Check sensor, if needed it should

be replaced n Check relay output, if needed it should

be repaired n Check sender/receiver optics, if

needed it should be cleaned or repaired

Technical Data

7.1 Extract Air Function Display

7.2 Fume Cupboard Sash Control (AFS)

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7.1 extract air function display

Technical data

Components

Power supply

Fuse protection F1

Fuse protection F2

Operating conditions

Weight

Dimensions (Sensorbox)

Battery

Pressure range of sensor

Reaction time of sensor

Sensor-overload

Sensor-bursting pressure

Data

230 V aC/1-phase/50Hz

63 ma time lag

1.0 a time lag

0° bis +55°C, max. 80% humidity ca. 1,4kg

187 mm x 167 mm x 92 mm (WxLxH)

6V; 1.2 ah below 10 ms below 10 ms up to 200 mbar

500 mbar

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7.2 Fume cupboard sash control (aFS)

Technical Data

Components

Power supply

Fuse protection F1

Fuse protection F2

Power consumption

Operating conditions

Weight n electronics n drive

Dimensions n electronics n drive

230 V aC/1-phase/50Hz

Daten

0.63 a time lag

3.15 a time lag

80 Va

+5° bis +40°C, max. 80% Luftfeuchtigkeit approx. 3,2 kg approx. 4,6 kg

280 mm x 260 mm x 80 mm (WxLxH)

200 mm x 200 mm x 180 mm (WxLxH)

Spare Parts List

n The spare parts list is developed up to customers´ specifications and can be requested if necessary.

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Prototype Test Report

n The prototype test report can be requested or be found in the inspection documents if necessary.

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www.wesemann.com

Service: 0180-5-WESEMANN*

Wesemann GmbH

Max-Planck-Straße 15–25

28857 Syke

Germany

Telephone: +49 (0) 42 42 594-0

Telefax: +49 (0) 42 42 594-333

E-Mail: [email protected]

infralab GmbH

Max-Planck-Straße 12

28857 Syke

Germany

Telephone: +49 (0) 42 42 7804-0

Telefax: +49 (0) 42 42 7804-10

E-Mail: [email protected]

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