ET6 Web Manual

ET6 Web Manual
DICKSON
Universal Input Recorder
Contents:
Charts &
Accessories,
Data Logging
Instrument
Anatomy
Product Specifications
Power Supply, Alarm Relays & Display Symbols
Charts & Accessories, Data Logging
Instrument Anatomy
Getting Started / Installation
Operating Information
Dip Switch Setup & Calibration
Troubleshooting, Warranty / Factory Service & Returns
Order Form
Power Supply,
Alarm Relays &
Display Symbols
ET6
Product
Specifications
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Getting
Started/
Installation
Operating
Information
Dip Switch
Setup &
Calibraion
Troubleshooting
Warranty &
Returns
Rev. 06/03
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Product Specifications
Product
Specifications
Digital Display:
Analog Input Signals:
Sensor Compatibility:
Dip Switch
Setup &
Calibration
Troubleshooting
Warranty &
Returns
Rev. 06/03
Operating
Information
Approvals:
Included With Recorder:
NOTE:
Getting
Started/
Installation
Recorder Accuracy:
Sample Interval:
Data Logger Storage:
Software:
User Calibration:
Ambient Operating Conditions:
Chart Size:
Chart Rotation:
Case Construction:
Keypad Functions:
Digital Display Resolution:
Instrument
Anatomy
Audible Alarm:
Charts &
Accessories,
Data Logging
Alarm Contacts:
7.5625 ” x 7.5625 ” x 3.25” (192mm x 192mm x 83mm)
6.9” x 6.9” (188mm x 188mm)
2.0” (51mm)
120V 50/60Hz
One 9V alkaline battery
24 hours typical
LED indicator
6’ (2m) cord with wall transformer
24 hour and 7 day (user-selectable)
0 to +10, 0 to +100, 0 to +14, 0 to +200, 0 to +300, -0.10 to +0.10,
-20 to +120, -50 to +50
24V .5A contact rating SPST normally open contact with
independently adjustable MAX/MIN set points. (Male spade lug
dimensions: 1/4” x 1/32”)
User selectable MAX/MIN set points (set in conjunction with alarm
contacts)
3.5 digit LCD
0-20mA, 4-20mA, 0-5Vdc, 1-5Vdc (user-selectable)
Any powered voltage or current transmitter with specified
input range
0.3% full scale ±1 digit
1 min. in 24 hour mode, 6 min. in 7 day mode
3,840 sample points
Microsoft Windows® 95, 98, 2000, & NT compatible
Adjustable zero point
+32 to +122˚F (0 to +50˚C) 0 to 95% RH (non-condensing)
6” (152mm) DIA
Single turn or continuous
Rugged black ABS
ON/OFF, pen home, time adjust, alarm set and calibration
(available) 0.1 resolution -9.9˚ to 199.9˚; resolution of 1 above 200˚
and below -9.9˚
CE (240V model)
Pen, battery, 60 charts and calibration statement
A015 must accompany the initial purchase of ET655 in order to
operate data logging
Power Supply,
Alarm Relays, &
Display Symbols
Enclosure Dimensions:
Panel Cut-out Dimensions:
Depth Behind Panel:
Power:
Battery Back-up:
Battery Back-up Life:
Power Status:
Power Cord:
Recording Time:
Ranges:
Power Supply:
We recommend using AC Power with one 9V battery
installed as a back-up power source. This ensures
that your recording will not be interrupted when
there is a power failure. The AC Adapter is built into
the back of the recorder. NOTE: When the unit is
in battery back-up mode, the recorder will update
temperature readings at a much slower rate. The
battery should be replaced once a year and after
power failures of more than a few hours.
NOTE: For compliance to CE directives, do not remove the rubber cover from the alarm relay terminals when
the terminals are not used.
Display Symbols (optional)
Getting
Started/
Installation
The SPST 24V 500mA relay contacts are normally open and will close on alarm conditions when the alarms
are enabled. Relay contacts are always functional when the alarm is enabled. Dip Switch #8 has no effect
on the relay. The relay will close only during minimum and maximum alarm conditions. 2 pen units have two
sets of relay contacts which operate independently.
Instrument
Anatomy
Alarm Relays
Charts &
Accessories,
Data Logging
To Replace Battery:
1. Open the door of the recorder by depressing the
door latch.
2. Press the “HOME” key
3. Lift the chart, if there is one present, to fully
expose the battery compartment and press down
on the tab to release battery compartment door.
4. Replace 9V battery
Power Supply,
Alarm Relays, &
Display Symbols
Pen:
Hysteresis (a property that occurs when tension is
applied to an object) causes the pens to move in
increments across the chart as the sensor readings
change. However, the display readings are not
affected by the property of hysteresis. For this
reason the display provides smoother and faster
readings than the pen. At any given time there may
be a slight discrepancy in the positions of the pens
and the readings on the display.
For visual spot checks the display is the
most accurate but both are within the stated
specifications of the unit (see “Specifications”).
Pens (2 pen ET6):
The blue pen has a longer pen arm than the red
pen. The pens are offset to allow the red pen to
glide under the blue pen. The blue pen indicates the
correct time and the red pen precedes it by 3/16 of
an inch.
Product
Specifications
Transmitter/Sensor:
A powered transmitter is required to operate the
ET6. Any powered transmitter with a 4-20mA,
0-20mA, 0-5dc, 1-5Vdc output signal may be used.
To connect a transmitter to the recorder, locate the
terminal block(s) on the back of the recorder (see
“Instrument Anatomy” on p. 3, Fig. 2). Connect
the positive wire of the transmitter to the positive
terminal (right) of the recorder and the negative wire
of the transmitter to the negative terminal (left) of
the recorder. Tighten screws in terminal block to
hold in transmitter wires. Repeat steps with second
terminal block if using the ET6-2 pen model.
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Power Supply & Pen Information
Figure 4
A:
Alarms enabled or alarm set mode
1:
Channel One
Rev. 06/03
2:
Channel Two
Two channel units only
Troubleshooting
Warranty &
Returns
MAX:
This symbol is displayed when you are setting a
maximum alarm or during a maximum alarm
condition (MIN and MAX flash when the alarms are
enabled and no alarm condition exists)
Dip Switch
Setup &
Calibration
MIN:
This symbol is displayed when you are setting
a minimum alarm or during a minimum alarm
condition (when alarms are enabled)
Operating
Information
0:
Zero calibration mode
(for current pricing go to www.dicksonweb.com or call 1-800-323-2448)
Chart Installation
Order #
A015
P222
P266
E200
edge of the chart slides under the Chart Guide Clips
located at the outside of the chart.
4. Press the “HOME” key to move the pen onto the
chart.
5. See the time by pressing the “CHART ROTATION”
key, which rotates the chart. The chart will continue
to rotate until the key is released. Release the
“CHART ROTATION” key when the appropriate time
is indicated at the time indicator clip.
Pen Installation
in the pen is secure to the Pen Arm.
4. Remove the Pen Cap. Insert on the Pen Cap Holder.
5. Press the “PEN HOME” key to return the pen to
recording position.
NOTE: To prolong pen life, replace Pen Cap when
recorder is not in use. The Pen Cap can be stored on Pen
Cap Holder located on the dial plate of the recorder.
Downloading
Troubleshooting
Warranty &
Returns
OFF is indicated by a negative spike of -43.3 or
-46.0.
• The 9V battery should be installed prior to use of the
ET6. If the ET6 loses power and does not have
a battery installed, a spike will appear in the data
downloaded by DicksonWare™. This spike
represents the time that the unit was without power.
Any data before this spike will be associated with an
incorrect time.
• DicksonWare™ calculates the time of readings
based on the current time of the computer. It
matches up the last reading taken with the current
time of the computer. The ET6 should not be turned
off before downloading so as not to lose any
readings and therefore have an incorrect time
associated with all other readings.
Dip Switch
Setup &
Calibraion
• With the ET6 powered on, unplug the AC adapter
(battery must be installed).
• Take the unit to the computer with DicksonWare™
installed.
• Plug in the AC adapter.
• Remove the plug from the data logging download
access port.
• Plug the mini-stereo jack end of the download
cable into the access port.
• Launch DicksonWare™ by either double-clicking
the icon, or Start menu: Programs: Dickson:
DicksonWare™.
• Click to download.
• DicksonWare™ will create a graph.
NOTES:
• A discontinuity in logging, caused by turning the unit
Operating
Information
The ET6 model will store up to >3800 measurements (>1900 per channel or 3800 for one channel) when started
by the optional software and cable. The sample interval is determined by Dip Switch #3. Once a minute in 24 hour
mode, once every 6 minutes in 7 day mode. Connect the cable by inserting the 2.5mm plug into the ET6 and the
other end of the cable into a working serial port on your computer. For software installation and usage instructions
refer to Software Package.
Getting
Started/
Installation
Data Logging
Instrument
Anatomy
A disposable fiber-tipped pen is installed in this
recorder. When pen replacement becomes necessary,
use the following procedure:
1. Press the “PEN HOME” key to return the pen to the
Home position.
2. Gently lift the pen slightly and slide it off the Pen
Arm.
3. Slide the new pen on the Pen Arm until the notch
Charts &
Accessories,
Data Logging
Use the following procedure to install or replace a chart
in the recorder.
1. Open the door by pressing the door latch.
2. Press the “HOME” key to move the pen to the “Pen
Lift” position. The pen is automatically raised off the
chart.
3. Remove the old chart, place the appropriate new
chart on the Chart Hub - being certain that the
7 Day Chart
C657
C671
C651
C669
C673
C675
Power Supply,
Alarm Relays &
Display Symbols
Description
DicksonWare™ Software & Serial Download Cable
Pens (6 red)
Pens (3 red/3 blue)
Extended 2-year warranty
24 Hour Chart
C658
C672
C652
C670
C674
C676
Product
Specifications
Range
0 to +100
0 to +200
-50 to +50
-20 to +120
0 to +300
-10 to +10
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Charts & Accessories
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Instrument Anatomy
Dip Switches
Dip Switch Setting
Chart
Chart Guide
Clips
Pen Assembly
Product
Specifications
Digital Display
(optional)
Figure 1
Power Supply,
Alarm Relays &
Display Symbols
Charts &
Accessories,
Data Logging
O/I
Door Latch
9V Battery
Compartment
Chart Hub
Keypad
Time Arrow
LED
Instrument
Anatomy
Figure 2
Pen Cap Holders
Panel Mount Holes
Input Jack 0-5V/
0-20mA
Getting
Started/
Installation
Key Hole/Wall
Mount Holes
Relay Contact
(optional)
Operating
Information
AC/DC Adapter
Dip Switch
Setup &
Calibraion
Troubleshooting
Warranty &
Returns
Rev. 06/03
A pen(s) and a chart have already been installed for your convenience. All you need to do to start using your
ET6 recorder with the settings listed above is follow these quick start instructions:
NOTE: Be sure to observe proper polarity when connecting wires from transmitter.
Installation
Place the ET6 on a flat, vibration-free surface. Be sure it is in a vertical position and level. For best
performance and longevity, the location should be a clean environment, free from dust and corrosive fumes.
Do not exceed temperature specifications.
Wall Mount: Keyhole slots are provided on the ET6 for wall mounting.
Getting
Started/
Installation
Your recorder has been shipped with the following items:
1. One starter box of charts
2. One 9V alkaline battery
3. One AC adapter
4. One operation manual
Instrument
Anatomy
Before you install your ET6 recorder, read through this entire manual to find out about all the options that
are available to you.
Charts &
Accessories,
Data Logging
3. Remove the protective pen cap from red pen and insert on Pen Cap Holder.
4. Press the “ON/OFF” key to turn instrument ON.
5. The instrument will enter a 5 second warm-up phase, ending with the pen(s) moving to the appropriate
temperature reading(s). Under warm-up mode the green LED flashes until ready. When ready, LED will
stay solid green.
6. Set the appropriate time by pressing the “CHART ROTATION” key on the lower right of the dial
plate. The chart will turn clockwise while the button is depressed. (CAUTION: Do not manually try to turn
the chart hub. Doing so may damage instrument). Continue the rotation until the correct hour and day on
the chart is referenced to the timing arrow (see “Instrument Anatomy).
Power Supply,
Alarm Relays &
Display Symbols
1. Plug in the AC adapter
2. Hook up your 0 -5 Vdc transmitter (see “Instrument Anatomy”)
Product
Specifications
Your ET6 recorder has been preset to operate using the most popular settings. To change the range, use dip
switches. NOTE: Dip switches can only be changed when unit is off.
Recording Time: 7 day
Range:
0 to 100˚F
Signal:
0 -5 Vdc
6 min. sample intervals (data logger option)
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Getting Started
Panel Mount: See the dimensional drawing for exact panel mount cut out dimensions.
Operating
Information
7.5” (190.5mm)
7.125” (182.2mm)
6.875” (174.6mm)
7.5” (190.5mm)
Recorder Overall
Rear Mount Opening
(Used for DIN sizes)
Front Mount
Figure 2.5
Dip Switch
Setup &
Calibraion
Troubleshooting
Warranty &
Returns
Rev. 06/03
7.125” (182.2mm)
6.875” (174.6mm)
Figure 3
Alarm
Pen Home
(Down Arrow)
O/I
ON/OFF
Dip Switch
Setup &
Calibraion
Troubleshooting
Warranty &
Returns
Rev. 06/03
Operating
Information
ALARM (optional):
The “ALARM” key turns the alarm on or off. When
the alarm is on the display will flash the MIN & MAX
indicators. Holding the “ALARM” key for 2 seconds
will cause the unit to enter into the alarm set mode.
LED:
The LED will be green whenever the unit is activated.
The LED will flash green during initialization and
warm-up. The LED showing red indicates the unit
is in calibration mode. The LED will also flash when
the unit is on if the AC power has failed at any time
since the unit has exited the warm-up period.
Getting
Started/
Installation
CHART ROTATION (also UP ARROW):
The “CHART ROTATION” key sets the chart to the
desired time setting. Press the “CHART ROTATION”
key to rotate chart. Continue pressing until the chart
reaches the desired time setting (the red pen aligns
with the timing clip on the 1 pen unit and the blue
pen alignes with the timing clip on the 2 pen unit).
The chart rotation will reach full speed after a few
seconds of holding down the key. NOTE: Do not
attempt to rotate the chart manually. The “CHART
ROTATION” key is also used as an “UP ARROW” key
to increase values when setting alarms or calibration
values.
Instrument
Anatomy
PEN HOME (also DOWN ARROW):
If the pen is located outside the chart, press the
“HOME” key to move pen to recording position.
Press the “HOME” key with the pen in recording
position, and the pen will move to the outside of the
chart and up the pen lift ramp (HOME).
The “PEN HOME” key is also used as a “DOWN
ARROW” key to decrease values when setting
alarms or calibration values.
Charts &
Accessories,
Data Logging
ON/OFF:
The “ON/OFF” key turns the unit on and off. Alarm
and calibration settings are restored to the most
recent values when the unit is turned on. If the
unit is using AC power and power fails, the unit
will switch to battery power without interrupting
the recording capabilities. If power fails when the
battery is not present, the pen will remain on the
chart in recording position.
Power Supply,
Alarm Relays &
Display Symbols
Chart Rotation
(Up Arrow)
ALARM (2 pen ET6):
Holding the “ALARM” key for 2 seconds will cause
the unit to enter into the alarm set mode for Pen 1.
Pressing and holding the “ALARM” key a second
time will put the unit in ALARM SET mode for Pen 2.
The “PEN HOME” and “CHART ROTATION”
keys are used for setting alarms. The “PEN HOME”
key decreases the alarm value and the “CHART
ROTATION” key increases the alarm value.
1. To set the alarms press the “ALARM” key and
hold for 2 seconds. The alarm minimum set
point will be displayed with A and MIN will also
be displayed.
2. Use the “HOME’ key to decrease the minimum
alarm setting and the “CHART ROTATION” key
to increase the minimum alarm setting.
3. Press “ALARM” key a second time and the
alarm maximum set point will be displayed
along with A and MAX indicating that you
can now set the maximum alarm. Use the same
procedure as in step #2 for setting the
maximum alarm setting. If your ET6 only has
one pen go to step 6.
4.Press and hole the “ALARM” key for 2 seconds
and the Pen 2 alarm minimum set point will be
displayed along with A and MIN indicating that
you can now set the minimum alarm. Use the
same procedure as in Step #2 for setting the
minimum alarm setting.
5.Press “ALARM” key a second time and Pen 2
maximum set point will be displayed along with
A and MAX indicating that you can now set the
maximum alarm. Use the same procedure as in
Step #2 for setting the maximum alarm setting.
6.Press the “ALARM” key again to exit the alarm
setting mode.
7. To activate the alarm, press the “ALARM” key.
Product
Specifications
For a visual alarm the display will read MIN if a
minimum alarm is activated or MAX if a maximum
alarm is activated. The alarm condition will also
trigger an audio alarm if the audio alarm is enabled
(Dip Switch #8 is OFF). The alarm will sound until
it is disabled or until the alarm condition no longer
applies.
LED
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Operating Information
Slide toggle to this side for ON
All switches are
shown in OFF
position.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0 to +14
0 to 200
0 to 300
#1 OFF
#1 ON
-20 to 120
Channel 2 (optional):
Volts
mA
#2 OFF
#2 ON
-50 to 50
Time:
1 day
7 day
#3 ON
#3 OFF
0 to 10˚ (0 to 100˚ chart)
#4 OFF
#4 ON
#5 OFF
#6 OFF
#7 OFF
#5 OFF
#6 OFF
Deactivated
Activated
#8 ON
#8 OFF
The Alarm Speaker will sound during minimum,
maximum or probe missing alarm conditions.
NOTE: dip switch settings are only updated when
the unit is turned on.
Instrument
Anatomy
Vdc/mA:
0-5 Vdc or 0-20mA
1-5 Vdc or 4-20mA
0-100
ALARM SPEAKER:
The alarm speaker may be activated or
deactivated with the use of Dip Switch #8
Charts &
Accessories,
Data Logging
Channel 1:
Volts
mA
Power Supply,
Alarm Relays &
Display Symbols
-10 to 10
Slide toggle to this side for OFF
#7 ON
#5 OFF
#6 ON
#7 OFF
#5 OFF
#6 ON
#7 ON
#5 ON
#6 OFF
#7 OFF
#5 ON
#6 OFF
#7 ON
#5 ON
#6 ON
#7 OFF
#5 ON
#6 ON
#7 ON
Product
Specifications
To set up the ET6 for your specific application, you
might need to change some of the Dip Switches.
The switches are located under the chart in the
lower half of the dial plate. A pointed object can
used to change the settings. Remember to install
the correct chart to match corresponding dip switch
setting.
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Dip Switch Setup
Calibration
Operating
Information
Dip Switch
Setup &
Calibration
Troubleshooting
Warranty &
Returns
Rev. 06/03
“ALARM” key at the same time. The unit is in the
“User Calibration” mode when the red LED is ON.
The display will show a “C” during the warm up
period and then will flash between 0 and F or 0
and C (depending on measurement selected).
Match the reading of the recorder to the reading
of the reference standard.
4. To raise the unit of measurement, press the
“CHART ROTATION (UP ARROW)” key. To lower
the unit of measurement, press the “HOME
(DOWN ARROW)” key. To ensure that you have
matched the standard, allow the pens to stabilize
for at least 30 seconds before exiting calibration
mode. If your ET6 only has one pen, skip to
Step 6.
5. Press the “ALARM” button for 2 seconds to
switch from Pen 1 to Pen 2. Repeat step 4 for Pen
2 temperature calibration.
6. When calibration is complete, simply press the
“ON/OFF” key to save the calibration settings.
Calibration is stored in memory even after you
turn the unit OFF. User Calibration information
will not be lost if AC Power fails.
Getting
Started/
Installation
Your instrument was carefully tested and calibrated
before being shipped from the factory. Additional
calibration is not required. However, should
calibration be desired in the future, we recommend
that it be at our lab. Call Customer Service at
630.543.3747. If you wish to calibrate yourself,
follow these procedures:
1. There are two phases of calibration. During the
first phase, the recorder should be calibrated
using an accurate electronic signal generator. The
second phase of calibrating the recorder in
conjunction with the transmitter to be used.
When calibrating with a transmitter, a compatible
standard should be used. For example, use a
highly accurate temperature standard to calibrate
the ET6 using a temperature transmitter.
2. The calibration procedure is the same whether
calibrating the unit only, using an electrical signal
calibrator, or calibrating the unit in conjunction
with a transmitter, the calibration must be
performed using a separate standard with which
to adjust the unit and transmitter.
3. To activate the calibration mode, turn the unit
OFF. Now press the “ON/OFF” key and the
UND
Out of calibration
or
Questionable accuracy
OVR
PRB
Below range of recorder
Harsh environments, stressful
conditions, or time.
Above range of recorder
Sensor missing
Check/Remedy
Sand tip, moisten or replace pen.
Check Dip Switch #4, 5, 6.
Push pen completely onto pen
arm.
Check to see that proper chart is
installed
Check temperature range.
See Calibration Procedure on p. 8
or
Return for factory re-calibration.
Check temperature range
Connect transducer to back of
the recorder (see dia. on p. 3)
Warranty
Contact the factory (630-543-3747) for a Return Authorization (RA) Number before returning any
instrument. The model number, serial number and a purchase order number will be requested before an RA
number is issued.
Software Return Policy
IMPORTANT-Read your Software License Agreement carefully before installing software. DIckson will accept
returns for replacement of defective disks and CDs only.
Rev. 06/03
Troubleshooting
Warranty &
Returns
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930 South Westwood Avenue
Addison, Illinois 60101
Phone: (630) 543-3747 • E-mail: DicksonCSR@dicksonweb.com
Dip Switch
Setup &
Calibration
Customer Satisfaction
Dickson takes pride in providing you, the customer, with the highest quality instrumentation. We welcome
the opportunity to help you in any way possible. Whether it be a question or a new idea in documentation,
the Dickson Company would like to hear your response. Please call our Customer Service Department at
1-800-323-2448 or (630) 543-3747 (in Illinois).
Operating
Information
NOTE: Dickson shall not be liable for consequential or incidental damages resulting from failure or
malfunction of its products.
Getting
Started/
Installation
• Carefully repack the instrument, label the outside of the box with the RA# and return the instrument
(freight pre-paid) to Dickson.
• All instruments that do not have the RA# clearly marked on the outside of the box will be refused. When
returning instruments for credit, please include all accessories in shipment.
• Calibration/Freight charges are non-refundable.
Instrument
Anatomy
Factory Service & Returns
Charts &
Accessories,
Data Logging
Dickson warrants that the products it sells will be free from defects in material and workmanship under
normal use and service for a period of twelve months after delivery. In the event of a claim under this
warranty, the product or part must be returned to the factory for repair or replacement (shipping pre-paid)
with a Return Authorization Number (see Return Information above). It will be repaired at Dickson’s option
without charge. This warranty DOES NOT cover routine calibration, pen, chart and battery replacement. The
foregoing warranty and remedy are exclusive and in lieu of all other warranties either expressed or implied.
Dickson shall not be liable for consequential or incidental damages resulting from failure or malfunction of
its products. Dickson makes no warranty for products not manufactured by it or for any products modified by
buyer, or subject to misuse or neglect.
Power Supply,
Alarm Relays &
Display Symbols
Cause
Tip too sharp, cartridge
Wrong chart, pen not on
properly, line thickness
Product
Specifications
Symptom
Pen trace too fine or absent
Readings of pen and display do
not match
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Troubleshooting
Mail to: Dickson, 930 S. Westwood Ave, Addison, IL 60101
Step 1 - Bill To:
Product
Specifications
Name
Company
Address
City
State
Phone (
Email
Zip
)
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Power Supply,
Alarm Relays &
Display Symbols
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Zip
)
Order #
–
Total
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
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Instrument
Anatomy
Getting
Started/
Installation
Step 3 - Ordering Information
Quantity
Price/Unit
$
/each
$
/each
$
/each
$
/each
Subtotal:
In Illinois, add 7.5% sales tax 4
Tax:
Freight:
All Prices in U.S. Dollars 4
Total:
Charts &
Accessories,
Data Logging
Name
Company
Address
City
State
Phone (
Email
Step 4 - Payment Method
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Expires: (mm/yy)
/
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Operating
Information
Check: Check #
Money Order
Credit Card:
Credit Card Number:
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Signature
(Net 15 days for established customers)
U.S.A. Freight Charges
UPS Next
$31
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$91
UPSGround
$9
$14
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$36
$43
Troubleshooting
Warranty &
Returns
Total Order
UPS 2nd Day
$0-100
$15
$101-400
$19
$401-700
$26
$701-1,000
$35
$1,001-1,500
$52
$1,501-2,000
$69
$2,001-over Please call Dickson Customer Service
All shipments UPS 2nd day unless otherwise requested.
Dip Switch
Setup &
Calibration
Purchase Order: P.O.#
Customer #:
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Fax to: 1-800-676-0498
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