Energizer HS200CV Pager User Manual

Intrinsically Safe Pager
Instructional manual
Contents
Introduction
Hazardous Area Information
Special Conditions of Use
Battery Changing & recharging
Switching on
Status and warning messages
Switching off
Receiving a message
Reviewing messages
Viewing a message again
Deleting a message
Archiving a message
Reviewing archived messages
Deleting archived messages
Setting the time and date
Setting the alarm
Setting alert modes
Audible alert switch off
Setting the message display options
Setting auto-delete
Radio off feature
Changing the battery
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Introduction
Your MIT message pager is an alphanumeric
pager which is able to receive text messages
and store them for you to view later. The high
contrast screen is capable of displaying up to
96 characters, while all operating functions may
be performed by intuitive menus using just 3
high tactile buttons. An additional feature is
that no pictograms or icons are used on the
screen. You do not have to remember the
meaning of special symbols as all status
messages and operating prompts are displayed
in plain language messages.
In order to obtain maximum benefit from the
features provided, please read the following
guide carefully.
Hazardous Area Information
Your MIT message pager is suitable for use in
hazardous areas Zone ‘0’, ‘1’, or ‘2’, as defined
in IEC/CENELEC technical standard
EN 60079-10. Certification has been granted
under the ATEX Directive 94/9/EC, to the
standards EN50014 & EN50020.
Certification details:-
II IG: EEx ia IIB T4
(-10° ≤Ta≤ +55°C)
Baseefa 03 ATEX0720X
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SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR SAFE USE
The charging and programming of MIT
470/570IS equipments, must only be carried
out in a Safe Area. Any re-programming, or
repair, must only be done by an approved
service centre, or personnel.
The Multitone MIT47*IS and MIT57*IS Series
equipment, must only be connected to Multitone
specified charging and data
programming/retrieval facilities, to ensure the
protection of the Intrinsic Safety properties.
Equipmentdesignated for these purposes are the
Single Unit Charger/Programming Pocket P660
and Absence/Charging Racks A3RQ (Master)
and A3RR (Slave)
External Contact Terminal Parameters
Ui = 4V; Ii = 25mA
Care of your MIT Message Pager
Protect your MIT from liquids, strong magnetic
fields and extreme temperatures. Please do not
leave it exposed to strong sun light such as car
dashboards or window ledges. To clean your
pager, use a clean cloth dampened with a little
soapy water, do not use solvents of any kind.
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Battery Changing and Recharging
Changing the battery or recharging the battery
(if a rechargeable battery is fitted) must only be
carried out in a non hazardous area.
The definition of hazardous areas can be found
in Standard EN 60079-10
Battery Types
Only the following battery types are approved.
The use of other batteries may invalidate the
Intrinsic Safety Status of the product.
Alkaline disposable - Ever Ready Energizer
LR03 E93
- Panasonic Alkaline LR03
- Duracell MN2400 LR03
- Duracell Procell
MN 2400 LR03
NiCd rechargeable
-
Panasonic P-22 AAA
or P-03H/2
Do not allow children to play with the battery or
battery door as these small parts must not be
swallowed. If the battery or battery door is
swallowed, contact your doctor or hospital
accident unit.
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battery door lock
To remove the old battery, insert the special
tool into the battery door lock aperture adjacent
to the battery symbol on the pager back. While
gently pressing the tool into the door lock
aperture, slide the battery door off in the
direction of the arrow. All your messages will
be retained while the battery is changed but
you should reset the clock after installing the
new battery.
Insert the new battery in the direction shown on
the case back by sliding in the negative (-) end
first. Slide the battery door back into position
so that it locks automatically with a click.
WARNING
The battery door must always be secure before
the MIT message pager is taken into a
hazardous area.
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Switching on your MIT Message Pager
To switch on, just press and hold the > button
for more that half a second. The audible alert
will sound and all the segments of the screen
will be displayed for one second so that you
can check that they all function correctly. Then
a message will be displayed for three seconds
while other self checks are performed. Finally
the standby screen will be displayed.
11:34 AM 21.11.97
No Unread Messages
If your MIT does not switch on, check that a
fresh battery is correctly installed; see section
Changing the battery.
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Status and warning messages
When your MIT message pager is switched on
but is not displaying a message or menu, the
standby screen is displayed. This always
consists of the time and date but additional
status and warning messages may also be
displayed. A typical screen is shown below
with some of the status and warning messages
that you may see.
11:34 AM 21.11.97 Alarm
1 Unread Message
Silent
Replace Battery
The first line always acts as a clock showing
the current time and date. The current date is
shown in the centre of the first line. You may
set the time, selecting either 12 or 24 hour
mode and set the date.
The right side of the top line may show Alarm
to denote that the internal alarm is currently
set. When displaying messages from memory,
the message status is shown here; either
Unread, Read or Archiv.
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The second line displays No Unread
Messages or 1 Unread Message to show how
many messages have been received but not
viewed. Sometimes, another message,
Memory Full may alternate with the message
status. This means that the memory is almost
full and the next message may overwrite the
oldest read message.
The third line shows the status of the alert;
Silent to warn that the audible alert has been
turned off or No Vibrate to show that the
vibrate alert has been turned off. When both
audible and vibrate alerts are turned off, Silent
and No Vibrate alternate at 2 second intervals.
If nothing is displayed, both audible and vibrate
alert are turned on.
The bottom line may display Replace Battery
to indicate that the battery is low and should be
changed as soon as possible. Radio Off may
also be displayed on the bottom line. This is a
special battery saving feature. Some MITs are
programmed to display Out Of Range on the
bottom line when they are out of range of a
transmitter.
Switching Off Your MIT Message Pager
When the standby screen is displayed, press
and release the > button. The options screen
will now be displayed.
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**> Options
Alarm/Radio/Time
Off
<**
The two pointers show the item that will be
selected if the > button is pressed. If you do
not press any button within 16 seconds, your
MIT will revert back to the standby screen. Use
the up or down buttons to move the pointers to
Off. Select by pressing the > button. The
pointers will change to question marks showing
that confirmation is required to switch off.
Options
Alarm/Radio/Time
??> Off
<??
Press the > button again and your MIT will
switch off. If switch off is not required, press
either the up or down button. When your MIT
is switched off, any messages you have
received will be retained in memory and the
internal clock will remain running.
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Receiving a Message
When your MIT message pager receives a call
the lamp will flash, the beep will sound (unless
silent mode has been selected), and it will
vibrate (unless vibrate has been turned off).
The message will be displayed immediately.
Press any button to cancel the alert.
YOUR CAR WILL BE READY
FOR COLLECTION NEXT
MONDAY AFTERNOON
The end of the message is always shown by
the character. If the message is very long,
the last character will be > . This shows that
the message is continued on the next screen.
CONTACT MR MOORE OF ABC
ELECTRONICS TEL: 01763 246391. THE NEW CONTRACT
NEEDS DISCUSSION >
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To see the rest of the message, simply press
the > button.
BEFORE WEDNESDAY. JILL
If you do not cancel the alert your MIT will go to
extended alert mode. First it will return to the
standby screen and indicate that a new
message had been received.
3:54 PM 21.11.97
1 UNREAD MESSAGE
During the extended alert period, the alert lamp
will flash every 2 seconds, the audible alert will
emit 2 short pips and the vibrate will issue a
reminder every 2 minutes.
As each new message is received it is stored for
you to view later. When the message store is
almost full, a warning message Memory Full
will be displayed on the standby screen. To
make room for new messages, your MIT will
start to delete your oldest, read messages. If
there are no read messages, it will delete the
oldest, unread message.
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Some MITs are programmed not to display the
message immediately. In this case press either
the up or down button to cancel the alert or
press the down button to cancel the alert and
display the message.
Reviewing Messages
To review your message press the down button
while your MIT message pager is displaying the
standby screen. The most recently received,
unread message will be displayed.
4:38 PM 20.11.97 Unread
YOUR CAR WILL BE READY
FOR COLLECTION NEXT
MONDAY AFTERNOON
The top line shows the time and date that the
message was received. The next press of the
down button will display the next oldest, unread
message.
9:05 AM 20.11.97 Unread
CONTACT MR MOORE OF ABC
ELECTRONICS TEL: 01763 246391. THE NEW
>
Each subsequent press of the down button will
display the next oldest unread message,
followed by read messages in time order.
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2:17 PM 19.11.97 Read
YOU ARE BOOKED ON FLIGHT
BA153. DEPARTS AT 1805
TICKET CONFIRMED. HELEN
Viewing a Message Again
While a message is being displayed, press the
> button and the message option screen will be
shown.
**> View gain
<**
Delete
Archive
Press the > button again to select View again
and your MIT will display again the last
message which will remain in memory for you
to view on future occasions.
9:05 AM 20.11.97 Read
CONTACT MR MOORE OF ABC
ELECTRONICS TEL: 01763246391 NEW CONTRACT
>
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Deleting a Message
To delete a message, press the > button when
the
appears at the end of the message.
The message option screen will be displayed.
**> View again
Delete
Archive
<**
Press the down button to move the pointers to
the Delete item and select by pressing the >
button.
View again
??> Delete
Archive
<??
The pointers will change to question marks to
show that confirmation of the delete action is
required. If you do not want to delete, press
the up or down button. To confirm that you
wish to delete the message, press the > button
again and the screen will briefly display
Deleting.
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When the current message has been deleted,
the previously received message will be
displayed. If you wish to delete this message
also, repeat the procedure above. To return to
the standby screen, press and hold the >
button for one second. If there are no more
messages or you have deleted all of the
messages the following screen will be
displayed.
No messages
Archiving a Message
Messages may be stored for long term
reference by using the archive facility. An
archived message will not be deleted by the
MIT message pager when the message
memory is full but may only be deleted by you.
Up to 75% of your messages may be allocated
to archived messages. At the end of the
message you wish to archive, press the >
button to see the message option screen.
Move the pointers to the Archive item with the
up or down button.
View again
Delete
**> Archive
<**
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Select Archive with the > button and the
pointers will change to question marks.
Confirm your selection by pressing the > button
again. The screen will briefly display Archiving.
When the current message has been archived,
the screen will show the previously received
message. If there are no other messages, the
following screen will be displayed.
No Messages
Once you have finished archiving the
messages you may return to the standby
screen by pressing and holding the > button for
one second.
Reviewing Archived Messages
To review your archived messages, press the
up button while your MIT message pager is
displaying the standby screen. The first screen
of the most recent archived message will be
displayed.
10.50 AM 19.11.97 Archive
Bring 2 new demo models to the
meeting at 11.30 next Tuesday.
Ruth
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You may select the archived message that you
want to review by pressing the up or down
buttons until the first screen of the message is
displayed. If the archived message is several
screens long you can view subsequent screens
by pressing the > button. The last screen of
the message will contain the
symbol.
Deleting Archived Messages
To delete an archived message, press the >
button when the message is displayed. The
message option screen will be displayed.
**> View again
Delete
<**
Move the pointers to the Delete item by
pressing the down button. Select by pressing
the > button and the pointers will change to
question marks.
View again
??> Delete
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<??
If you do not want to delete, press the up or
down button. To confirm that you wish to
delete the message, press the > button again
and the screen will briefly display Deleting.
To return to the standby screen, press and hold
the > button for one second.
Setting the time and date
To set the time and date, press the > button
when the standby screen is displayed. The
options screen will be displayed.
**> Options
Alarm/Radio/Time
Off
<**
Move the pointers to Alarm/Radio/Time by
pressing the down button.
Options
**> Alarm/Radio/Time <**
Off
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Select this item by pressing the > button.
**> Alarm
Radio
Time and Date
<**
Move the pointers to Time and Date by
pressing the down button twice then select by
pressing the > button.
Time and Date
12:21 PM 22.11.97
12 Hour Mode
You now have the opportunity to set the current
time and date and select 12 hour or 24 hour
mode. The currently selected item will flash.
To select another item to change, press the >
button. Each press of the > button will advance
the selection to the next item. When the item
you wish to change is flashing, press the up or
down button to increase or decrease its value.
Once you have set the time and date, return to
the standby screen by pressing and holding the
> button for one second.
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Setting the Alarm
The internal clock may be used to trigger an
alarm at a time and date you set. At the
chosen time a triple beep will sound with a
special tone and the warning Alarm will flash at
the top right hand side of the standby screen.
Press any button to cancel the audible warning.
To set the alarm, press the > button when the
standby screen is displayed. The options
screen will now be displayed.
**> Options
Alarm/Radio/Time
Off
<**
Move the pointers to Alarm/Radio/Time by
pressing the down button.
Options
**> Alarm/Radio/Time
Off
<**
Select this item by pressing the > button
**> Alarm
Radio
Time and Date
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<**
Select Alarm by pressing the > button. The
alarm screen will be displayed.
Alarm On
7:30 pm 25.11.97
You now have the opportunity to set the time
and the date of the alarm and to turn the alarm
on or off. The top line of the screen indicates
that the alarm is currently switched on and the
second line shows the time and date that the
alarm will sound. Select the item you wish to
change by pressing the > button. The currently
selected item will flash and may be changed by
pressing either the up or down button to
increase or decrease its value.
Once you have set the alarm you may return to
the standby screen by pressing and holding the
> button for one second.
If you MIT message pager is switched off at the
selected alarm time, the audible warning will
sound, the warning Alarm will flash, and the
display will show the time and date of the
alarm. Press any button to cancel the alert and
after 16 seconds your MIT will switch off again
and the display will blank. If you wish to switch
on your MIT, press > button for more than half
a second.
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Setting the Alert Options
You have full control over the way in which your
MIT message pager alerts you. You can turn
the audible alert and the vibrate alert (if fitted)
off or on, set the start point and length of alert
all by a simple menu. To set the alert options,
press the > button. The options screen will
now be displayed.
**> Options
Alarm/Radio/Time
Off
<**
Press the > button again. The following screen
will be displayed.
**> Alert
Display
Auto-delete
<**
Select Alert by pressing the > button.
Audible Alert
Vibrate Alert
Alert Start
Full Alert Length
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On
On
Quiet
8s
You are now able to modify the alert options.
The currently selected item will flash. Select
the option you wish to change by pressing the
> button. Each press of the > button will
advance the selection to the next menu item.
When the item you wish to change is flashing,
press the up and down button to change its
value.
The MIT intrinsically safe variants do not have
the vibrate alert fitted. In this case Audible
Alert and or Vibrate options will not be present
in the menu.
Once your desired alert options have been
selected press and hold the > button for one
second and your MIT will return to the standby
screen.
Audible Alert Switch Off
Sometimes you may want to simply turn off the
audible alert without changing the other alert
items. For example, when you are in a meeting
and do not want the intrusion of the beep
sounding, a single button press may be a more
convenient way to disable the audible alert.
To turn the beep off in this way, press and hold
the > button for three seconds when the
standby screen is displayed. When the
warning Silent is displayed release the >
button.
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10:45 am 25.10.97
No Unread Messages
Silent
To
restore the audible alert again, proceed in the
same way holding the > button depressed for
three seconds until the Silent warning is
removed from the standby screen.
Setting the Message Display Options
Your MIT message pager is equipped with
display options which may be set according to
your personal requirements.
1) Your messages may be displayed in large
double height characters.
BRING 2 NEW DEMO
MODELS TO THE
MEETING AT 11.30>
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2) The time for which messages and menus
are displayed may be changed. When you
become familiar with the operation of your MIT,
you may wish to shorten the display timeout.
To change the message display options, press
> button from the standby screen. The options
screen will now be displayed.
**> Options
Alarm/Radio/Time
Off
<**
Select Options by pressing the > button again.
**> Alert
Display
Auto-delete
<**
Move the pointers to Display by pressing the
down button and select this item by pressing
the > button. The following screen will be
displayed.
Double Height
Backlight
Display Timeout
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Off
On
16s
You are now able to modify the display options.
The currently selected item will flash. Select
the option you wish to change by pressing the
> button. Each press of the > button will
advance the selection to the next menu item.
When the item you wish to change is flashing,
press the up or down button to change its
value. The Display Timeout may be set to 8,
16 or 32 seconds. When you have finished
setting your display options, return to the
standby screen by pressing and holding the >
button for 1 second.
Setting Auto-delete
If you wish to automatically clear any messages
from the message memory after a preset time
interval, the Auto-delete function can be used.
When selected, any read messages will be
automatically deleted from the message
memory after a pre-determined number of days
according to the programming of the MIT pager.
Messages stored in the active memory and
unread messages are not affected.
To enable this function, press > the button to
display the options screen.
**> Options
Alarm/Radio/Time
Off
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<**
Select Options by pressing the > button again.
Move the pointers to Auto-delete by pressing
the down button twice.
Alert
Display
**> Auto - delete
<**
Select this item by pressing the > button.
Auto-delete
Off
To switch on auto-delete, press either the up or
down button. To return to the standby screen,
press and hold the > button for one second.
The Radio Off Feature
Your MIT message pager incorporates another
special feature to prolong battery life. This
works by using the internal clock to turn the
radio circuits on and off at selected times to
save battery power. When the radio is off, you
are still able to review your messages or
archived message. At the radio off time you
have set, the audible alert will sound to warn
you that the radio is switching off and
messages will no longer be received.
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When you have enabled the facility, Radio Off
will be displayed on the bottom line of the
standby screen.
To select the radio off function, press the >
button from the standby screen.
**> Options
Alarm/Radio/Time
Off
<**
Select the Alarm/Radio/Time function by
moving the pointers down by pressing the down
button then pressing the > button.
**> Alarm
Radio
Time and Date
<**
Move the pointers to Radio by pressing the
down button and select by pressing the >
button.
Radio
Continuous
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Change to radio timed function by pressing
either the up or down button.
Radio
Timed
On 12:00 AM
Off 12:00 AM
The active item flashes and may be changed
with the up or down button. To activate the
next item, press the > button. When you have
set the times at which you want the radio to be
turned off and on, return to the standby screen
by pressing and holding the > button for one
second.
Changing the Battery
When the battery is near the end of its
operating life, a warning alert will sound, any
audible alert will change to a different tone and
Replace Battery will be displayed on the
standby screen.
4:55 PM 28.08.99
No Unread Messages
Replace Battery
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