AirChek 2000 Sample Pump 210-2000 User Manual

AirChek 2000 Sample Pump 210-2000 User Manual
User Manual
(applies to all AirChek 2000 models)
SKC Inc.
863 Valley View Road
Eighty Four, PA 15330 USA
Form #37731—Rev 0801
Table of Contents
Description....................................................................................................................................................1
Performance Profile..................................................................................................................................... 2
Introduction
Pump Operating Terms (Run Time Data)............................................................................................. 4
Pump Display....................................................................................................................................... 4
Keypad Basics...................................................................................................................................... 6
Pump Operating Modes........................................................................................................................ 6
Setup
Pump Activation.................................................................................................................................... 8
Verify Battery Charge........................................................................................................................... 8
Entering and Navigating the User Interface.......................................................................................... 8
Using User Interface - Level One......................................................................................................... 8
Using User Interface - Level Two......................................................................................................... 9
Resetting Run Time Data................................................................................................................... 10
Setting Pump Flow Rate..................................................................................................................... 10
Setting Sampling Time....................................................................................................................... 11
Setting a Delayed Start....................................................................................................................... 12
Deleting a Delayed Start..................................................................................................................... 12
Deleting a Sampling Time.................................................................................................................. 13
Deleting a DataTrac 2000 Program.................................................................................................... 13
Calibration
Flow Rate and Volume Display.......................................................................................................... 14
Verifying Flow Rate Using a Primary Standard.................................................................................. 14
Calibrating Using CalChek................................................................................................................. 16
CalChek Error Chart........................................................................................................................... 20
Calibrating for Low Flow (5 to 500 ml/min) Sampling Applications..................................................... 21
Sampling
Sampling (1000 to 3250 ml/min)......................................................................................................... 22
Low Flow Sampling (5 to 500 ml/min)................................................................................................ 22
Flow Fault...........................................................................................................................................23
Battery Operation
Battery Condition................................................................................................................................ 24
Charging the Battery Pack.................................................................................................................. 24
Replacing the Battery Pack................................................................................................................ 25
Battery Eliminator............................................................................................................................... 26
Maintenance
Pump Care.........................................................................................................................................28
Replacing the Inlet Port Housing and Filter........................................................................................ 28
Service Policy..................................................................................................................................... 29
Accessories................................................................................................................................................30
DataTrac 2000 Software............................................................................................................................. 32
UL Certificate..............................................................................................................................................34
Warranty......................................................................................................................................................35
Index............................................................................................................................................................36
Indicates a reminder
or note.
Indicates a warning or
caution.
Notice: This operating instruction may not address all safety concerns (if any) associated with this product
and its use. The user is responsible for determining and following the appropriate safety and health practices
and regulatory limitations (if any) before using the product. The information contained in this document should
not be construed as legal advice, opinion, or as a final authority on legal or regulatory procedures.
Operation
AirChek 2000 Quick Guide
Star Button 
Scrolls through run time data, display options, and sampling parameters during pump setup
Up and Down Arrow Buttons 
Increase or decrease sampling parameters and toggle between display choices in setup
Security Code 
Button Sequence
Must be pressed within 10 seconds of
 = press buttons individually
[] = press simultaneously when bracketed previous command
 = security code, always press in
sequence
Pump Activation
Press any button.
Mode Change
Press [] to toggle between Run and
Hold.
Pump Setup Options
Options for Flow Rate
To enter flow options, pump must be in Hold. Press [] to Run pump and press
 all within 10 seconds.
• Change and calibrate flow rate:
Flow rate and SET flash. Press  or  to change flow rate. Press  when finished; ADJ
displays and flashes. Press  or  to adjust the flow until pump and calibrator agree.
When finished, press  until End displays. Press [] to save new setting.
Options for Programming/Display
To enter programming/display options, pump must be in Run. Press [] to Hold pump
and press  all within 10 seconds.
• Clear accumulated data:
Press  until CLr displays and then press []. Press  until End displays and then
press [].
• Change temperature scale (F/C):
Press  until temperature displays. Press  or  to switch units. Press  until End
displays and then press [] to save new setting.
• Change atmospheric pressure scale (mm Hg/ins Hg/millibars):
Press  until pressure displays. Press  or  to switch units. Press  until End
displays and then press [] to save new setting.
• Change time scale (12-Hr/24-Hr):
Press  until 12 Hr or 24 Hr displays. Press  or  to switch units. Press  until End
displays and then press [] to save new setting.
• Change time of day:
Press  until time displays. Press  or  to change flashing hour. Press  to move to
minutes and press  or  to change. Press  until End displays and then press []
to save new setting.
• Change sampling time:
Press  until SГ 00 displays. Press  or  to change flashing digits. Press  until End
displays and then press [] to save new setting.
Description
Your new SKC AirChek® 2000 Pump is an advanced programmable sample
pump that combines lightweight compact design, computer-compatible
circuitry, and an internal flow sensor. AirChek 2000 can be used with optional
DataTrac® 2000 Software and your PC to expand pump programmability and
recordkeeping options. The result of extensive research and development, the
AirChek 2000 Pump exemplifies SKC’s commitment to quality and innovation
in air sampling equipment.
Inlet Port with
Protective Filter
Battery
Status
Icon
Flashing LED
Run Indicator
Liquid
Crystal
Display
(LCD)
Keypad
with
Operating
Buttons
Battery
Pack
Not shown:
Beltclip (back)
Battery
Charging Jack (back)
Computer Interface Port (back)
AirChek 2000 shown at 75% of actual size
Performance Profile
Flow Range:
1000 to 3250 ml/min
(5 to 500 ml/min requires optional low flow adapter kit)
Compensation Range: 3000 ml/min at 15 inches water back pressure
2000 ml/min at 30 inches water back pressure
1000 ml/min at 30 inches water back pressure
Typical Back Pressure of Sampling Media (inches water)
Flow Rate (L/min)
1.0
1.5
2.0
Filter/Pore Size (µm)
25-mm MCE, 0.8
6
9
12
25-mm MCE, 0.45
14
22
28
37-mm MCE, 0.8
2
3
4
37-mm PVC, 5.0
1
1
2
2.5
3.0
15
35
5
2
18
40
6
2.5
Compare the information in this table to pump compensation range to determine appropriate applications.
Accuracies:
Timing: Atmospheric
Pressure:
± 0.3 inches Hg
Flow Rate:
± 5% of set-point after calibration to desired flow
Battery Charge
Level Indicator:
Icon displays at full, mid, and low charge
Temperature Range:
Operating:
Charging:
Storage: 1 min/month @ 25 C
32 to 113 F (0 to 45 C)
32 to 113 F (0 to 45 C)
-4 to 113 F (-20 to 45 C)
Protect sample pump from weather when in use outdoors.
Altitude:
Do not use pump beyond 7500 ft.
Run Time:
With battery pack, run time is 10 hours for 2000 ml/min and up to 30 inches back pressure. Dependent on sample media used. See Table 1.
Sampling Time (ST) Setting:AirChek 2000 sampling time can be set up to 999 minutes
from the pump keypad or up to 30 days (43,200 minutes)
from a PC using DataTrac 2000 Software. During sampling,
the pump LCD will display remaining run time (will count
time down from a set number of minutes) when sampling
time is set from the keypad. The pump LCD will show
elapsed time in minutes when the pump is programmed
from a PC. If run time is longer than 9999 minutes (6.8
days), the sample time displayed on the LCD will roll over
to 1 after reaching 9999.
Time Display: Time of day in hours and minutes (12- or 24-hour clock) with AM and PM indicators.
Volume Display: Continually updated, based on corrected flow rate multiplied by sampling time.
Performance Profile
Flow Fault:
If the pump is unable to compensate for longer than
15 seconds due to excessive back pressure, the pump
enters flow fault mode. During flow fault, the pump enters
Hold mode, the fault icon appears on the display during the
length of the fault, and the accumulated run time display
is frozen and retained. After 5 minutes in flow fault, autorestart is attempted every 5 minutes up to 10 times.
Battery Pack:
Removable rechargeable 4-cell NiCad battery pack, 4.8 V, 2.0 Ah capacity.
Size:
5.6 x 3 x 2.3 (14.2 x 7.6 x 5.8 cm)
Weight: 22 oz (624 gm)
RFI/EMI Shielding: RFI/EMI-shielded case, CE marked
(Cat. No. 210-2002)
Intrinsic Safety:
UL and cUL Listed (Cat. No. 210-2002)
Use only SKC-approved parts to ensure reliable performance and to
maintain the UL Listing for intrinsic safety and the SKC warranty.
Table 1. AirChek 2000 Run Time in Hours with NiCad
Battery
Following are typical run times achieved when using a fully charged NickelCadmium (NiCad) battery pack. Data is sorted by type of sample media. All run times are listed in hours.
Mixed Cellulose (MCE) filter, 0.8 µm pore size
Filter Diameter
Flow Rate (L/min)
37 mm
2.0
24.2
2.5
20.4
3.0
17.7
25 mm
15.2
12.4
**
Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) filter, 5.0 µm pore size
Filter Diameter
Flow Rate (L/min)
37 mm
2.0
28.2
2.5
27.0
3.0
22.6
25 mm
21.8
22.0
18.2
** Filter back pressure exceeded pump capability during testing
Increases in back pressure during sampling due to buildup of
sample on the filter can decrease battery life.
Introduction
Pump Operating Terms (Run time Data)
“Run time data” is a collective term that refers to the following
information. Flow:
Flow rate in milliliters per minute (mL/min)
Volume:
Total volume of air in milliliters (mL) or liters (L) since
reset.
Pressure:
Atmospheric pressure measured in inches (ins) or
millimeters of mercury (mm) or millibars (m).
Temperature:
Temperature of incoming air in Celsius (C) or Fahrenheit (F).
Run Time:
Time in hours and minutes (HH:MM) since reset.
Pump Display
AirChek 2000 LCD shown at 100%
HOLD:
Flashes when the pump is in HOLD mode (see p. 6)
SГ or S:
Displayed when a sampling time is manually
programmed into pump memory (see p. 11)
VOL:
Volume of air pumped
SET:
Flashes when changing any setting
CLr:
User Interface option that clears volume and run time
data (see p. 10)
ESC: User Interface option that exits User Interface without
saving changes (see p. 10)
End: User Interface option that saves changes and exits
User Interface (see p. 10)
ADJ:
Displayed during pump flow calibration (see p. 9)
Introduction
CAL:
User Interface option that allows pump to be setup for
single or multiple point calibration using the CalChek
feature (see p. 9)
FLOW:
Appears when flow rate is displayed
PROG:
Displayed when a delayed start or a DataTrac 2000
program is loaded into pump memory.
Display Icons
Flow Fault: Flashes during flow fault (see p. 7)
Battery Status:
Shows battery charge status (see p. 24)
Display Units
°C Temperature in degrees Celsius
°F
Temperature in degrees Fahrenheit
ins
Atmospheric pressure in inches of mercury
mm
Atmospheric pressure in millimeters of mercury
m
Atmospheric pressure in millibars
mL/min Flow rate in milliliters per minute
min Total run time in minutes
am/pm Shows am or pm when pump is set for 12-hour clock.
Shows both am and pm when pump is set for 24-hour
clock
mL
Total air volume pumped in milliliters
L
Total air volume pumped in liters
Introduction
Keypad Basics
The AirChek 2000 Pump operates by pressing various button sequences on
the keypad located on the front of the pump housing.
 Up
arrow
button

Button
 Down
arrow
button
AirChek 2000 Keypad shown at 100%

Scrolls through run time data and Setup options.

Increases values such as flow rate.

Decreases values such as flow rate.
[]
When pressed simultaneously, displayed item is selected or
entered.

Security code that must be pressed in sequence after mode
change all within 10 seconds to enter the User Interface. If the
10-second time limit is exceeded, the pump will remain in its
current mode. Perform steps again to enter the User Interface
(see Entering and Navigating User Interface on p. 8).
Pump Operating Modes
RUN
Pump is running; run time data is continuously updated in memory. The
LCD shows real-time run time data. Press  to scroll through the parameters.
Run time and volume stored in memory will continue to accumulate unless
reset (see p. 10).
To change the pump from HOLD to RUN, press []
HOLD
Pump is off and run time data is stored. Run time data readings are retained
and displayed on the LCD.
To change the pump from RUN to HOLD, press []
Introduction
SLEEP
After five minutes in HOLD, the pump automatically enters SLEEP.
The LCD shuts down and the electronic circuitry enters a low-power state.
Press any button to change pump from SLEEP to HOLD
Flow Fault
If the pump is unable to compensate for longer than 15 seconds due to excessive
back pressure, the pump enters flow fault mode. During flow fault, the pump
enters Hold mode, the fault icon appears on the display during the length of
the fault, and the accumulated run time display is frozen and retained. As
part of the flow fault feature, the pump attempts to restart sampling after five
minutes in flow fault and continues to attempt a restart every five minutes
thereafter until the restricted flow is corrected or the pump has attempted a
maximum of 10 restarts. The maximum number of restart attempts may be
changed using DataTrac 2000 Software.
Setup
Pump Activation
• Press any button to activate the LCD.
• Press [] to run the pump or to place a running pump in HOLD.
• Auto OFF switches pump to SLEEP after five minutes in HOLD.
Verify Battery Charge
The LCD displays an icon that shows the current battery charge level
(see Battery Operation on p. 24).
Entering and Navigating the User Interface
The AirChek 2000 User Interface features two levels.
Level One allows the user to change flow rate, adjust flow rate to a
primary standard, or calibrate the pump using the CalChek feature.
Level Two permits the user to change display options of temperature
(F or C) and atmospheric pressure (ins, m, or mm), set a sampling time,
set 12- or 24-hour clock or delayed start, set real time clock, or clear
accumulated run time data.
Entering:
• With pump in HOLD, press [] to place pump in RUN and enter
 all within 10 seconds. You are in Level One of the User Interface.
• With pump in RUN, press [] to place pump in HOLD and enter
 all within 10 seconds. You are in Level Two of the User Interface.
Navigating: Press  to scroll through parameters. Once LCD shows End,
parameters will repeat until the user exits the User Interface.
Exiting: Press  until End appears on the LCD. Press []. Any changes
made to parameters will be saved and the pump will continue in its current
mode. Level Two of the User Interface offers the option of exiting without
saving changes to parameters. Press  until ESC appears on the LCD. Press
[].
Using User Interface - Level One
Flow Set
Set flow by pressing  to increase
or  to decrease pump flow rate.
Press  to move to next parameter
or the User Interface can be exited
at this point by continuing to press
 until End appears. Press [] to
save new flow setting and exit. See page 10.
Setup
ADJ
Used during calibration with primary
standard calibrator (not for use with
CalChek feature). Press  to increase
or  to decrease flow adjustment
until desired flow is indicated on an
attached primary standard. Press  to
move to next parameter or the User Interface can be exited
at this point by continuing to press  until End appears.
Press [] to save new flow and adjustment settings and
exit the User Interface. See page 14.
CAL
Use for CalChek calibration feature
only. Press [] to initiate singlepoint calibration. Press  seven times
to start a full calibration. See CalChek
Calibration instructions on pages 16 to 20.
Using User Interface - Level Two
Temperature Press  or  to toggle between
Fahrenheit (F) and Celsius (C). Press
 to move to next parameter.
Atmospheric
Pressure
Sample Time
(SГ)
Press  or  to toggle through
inches of mercury (ins), millimeters
of mercury (mm), and millibars (m).
Press  to move to next parameter.
Program a specific run time. Press
 to increase or  to decrease the
time in minutes (from 1 to 999). Press
 to move to the next parameter.
Sample Time is not an option when a
DataTrac 2000 program is loaded into
pump memory (PROG). See page 11.
12-hr/24-hr
Clock and
Press  or  to toggle through
Delayed Start standard (12 hour) time, military
(24 hour) time, and delayed start
(dELA). See Setting a Delayed Start
on page 12. Press  to move to
next parameter.
Setup
Time of day
The hour will flash. Press  to increase
and  to decrease hour. Press  to
advance to minutes. Once minutes are
flashing, press  to increase or  to
decrease minutes. Press  to move to
next parameter.
CLr
Press [] to reset accumulated
run time and volume from pump
memory to zero. See below.
ESC
Press [] to exit User Interface
without saving changes to parameters.
End
Press [] to save changes to
parameters and exit User Interface.
OFF
Appears only when a DataTrac 2000
program or delayed start is loaded in
pump memory. When OFF displays,
press [] to delete and exit the
User Interface. See page 12.
Resetting Run Time Data
To reset accumulated volume and run time data to zero, enter Level Two
of the User Interface by placing a running pump in HOLD and pressing
 all within 10 seconds. Press  until CLr appears on the LCD. Press
[] to clear the run time data. Press  until End appears, then press
[]. The pump is now in HOLD.
CLr does not clear previously set sampling time (SГ). See Deleting a
Sampling Time on page 13.
Setting Pump Flow Rate
1.
With the pump in HOLD, press [] to run the pump and enter
 all within 10 seconds. You are now in Level One of the User
Interface.
2. The flow rate on the LCD will flash. Press  to increase flow or  to
decrease flow until the desired flow rate is displayed.
3. Press  repeatedly until End appears on the LCD.
4. Press [] to save the flow rate and exit the User Interface.
5. Press [] again to place the pump in HOLD if desired.
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Setup
Setting Sampling Time (S Г)
Program the AirChek 2000 from the keypad to run STEL, TWA, or any other
run time from 1 to 999 minutes*. AirChek 2000 sampling time may also
be programmed from a PC using DataTrac 2000 Software*. To program a
sampling time using the pump keypad:
1. With the pump running, press [] to place
the pump in HOLD mode and enter  all
within 10 seconds. You are in Level Two of the
User Interface.
2. Repeatedly press  until SГ and a flashing 00
appear on the display.
3. Set the sampling time by pressing  to increase it
or  to decrease it to the desired time in minutes.
4. Press  repeatedly until End appears.
5. Press [] to save the sampling time and exit
the User Interface. A flashing S will appear with
the selected sampling time on the LCD.
6. Press [] to begin sampling. The time display
will count down, the pump will go into HOLD
mode, and the total sampling time will display
when sampling is complete.
7. To delete a set sampling time, enter Level Two of
the User Interface, scroll to SГ, and press  until
time appears as 00. Exit the User Interface by
scrolling to End and pressing [].
If a time still displays after canceling a sample time, this is total run
time since the data was last reset.
If a sampling time (SГ) has been programmed into the pump, a
DataTrac 2000 program cannot be entered without deleting the
sampling time first (see p. 13). Likewise, if a DataTrac 2000 program
resides in pump memory, the sampling time (SГ) function cannot be
selected until the DataTrac program is deleted (see p. 13).
* Sampling Time (ST) Setting: AirChek 2000 sampling time can be set
up to 999 minutes from the pump keypad or up to 30 days (43,200 minutes) from a PC using DataTrac 2000 Software. During sampling, the
pump LCD will display remaining run time (will count time down from
a set number of minutes) when sampling time is set from the keypad.
The pump LCD will show elapsed time in minutes when the pump
is programmed from a PC. If run time is longer than 9999 minutes
(6.8 days), the sample time displayed on the LCD will roll over to
1 after reaching 9999.
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Setup
Setting a Delayed Start
The Delayed Start feature is available in AirChek 2000 pumps version 2.59 or
higher.
When setting the pump manually for sampling to begin within a 12-hour
timeframe, follow this procedure:
1.
2.
3.
4.
With the pump running, press [] to place the pump in HOLD and
enter  all within 10 seconds. You are in Level Two of the User
Interface.
Press  until SГ appears. Press  or  to set a sample time. This is
required to set a delayed start.
Press  until the display reaches the 12-hr/24-hr clock. Press  or 
until the display shows a flashing dELA (delayed start).
Press . Time will display with hours flashing. Press  to increase or
 to decrease the hour. Press  to move to minutes. Press  to increase
or  to decrease the minutes.
The time entered here will be the next occurrence of this time. There
is no a.m. or p.m. designation.
5.
6.
7.
Press  until End appears.
Press [].
The PROG icon and a flashing HOLD will appear in the upper left
corner of the display. The pump is now set for delayed start.
If setting a delayed start using DataTrac 2000 Software, refer to the
DataTrac 2000 Operating Instructions (included on the software CD).
A programmed delayed start can be viewed in the DataTrac 2000
Scheduler.
Deleting a Delayed Start
This is the same method used to clear a DataTrac 2000 program from the
pump using DataTrac 2000 Software.
1.
2.
3.
4.
With the pump running (will only run in short bursts), press [] to
place the pump in HOLD and enter  all within 10 seconds. You
are in Level Two of the User Interface.
Press  to scroll to the flashing OFF indicator and press [].
Press  until End displays.
Press []. The PROG icon should be gone. If not, repeat process until
it disappears.
12
Setup
Deleting a Sampling Time (SГ)
To delete a sampling time, enter Level Two of the User Interface and press
the  button to scroll to SГ. Press  until SГ 00 appears. Press the  button
until End appears. Press [].
Deleting a DataTrac 2000 Program
If a DataTrac 2000 program is in pump memory, the PROG icon will appear
in the upper left corner of the display. To delete a DataTrac 2000 program,
enter Level Two of the User Interface, scroll to the flashing OFF indicator,
and press []. This is the same method used to clear a delayed start from
the pump. See Deleting a Delayed Start on page 12.
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Calibration
Flow Rate and Volume Display
Flow rate displayed on the pump LCD is the flow to which the
pump has been calibrated. To maintain flow as displayed, the
pump automatically adjusts flow during sampling for changes
in temperature and atmospheric pressure that may differ from
the temperature and atmospheric pressure present at the time
of calibration. The flow rate display does not change from
the calibrated flow rate. The pump will fault if it is unable to
maintain the calibrated flow rate.
Volume displayed on the pump LCD is ”corrected” in that it
is the result of a continual calculation of corrected flow rate
multiplied by sample time.
Verifying Flow Rate Using a Primary Standard
1.
Connect the pump inlet to the outlet of the representative sampling
medium using flexible tubing.
To ensure sample integrity, tubing seals tightly onto the pump inlet
filter cover. Use care when removing tubing to prevent cracking or
breakage of the inlet filter cover.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Connect the inlet of the sampling media to a primary standard
calibrator using another length of flexible tubing.
From HOLD, press [] to run the pump and enter  all within
10 seconds. You are in Level One of the User Interface. SET flashes on
the LCD.
The LCD will display a flashing flow rate from the last sample taken. If
you do not wish to change the flow rate go to Step 6.
Press  to increase the flow rate or  to decrease the flow rate to the
desired setting.
Press . The flashing ADJ appears on the LCD, replacing the flashing
SET. The pump flow rate can now be calibrated using a primary
standard calibrator.
Compare the flow rate from the primary standard to that displayed by
the pump. If the calibrator indicates a higher flow rate than the pump,
press  until the pump and calibrator are in agreement (within 10 ml).
If the calibrator indicates a lower flow rate than the pump, press  until
the pump and calibrator are in agreement (within 10 ml).
The flow rate displayed on the calibrator will change as a result of
this adjustment, not the flow rate displayed on the pump. The pump
will display an adjustment factor (ADJ) only.
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Calibration
8.
9.
Press  until End appears on the LCD. Press [] to save flow setting
and exit the User Interface. The pump will remain in RUN. Reset run
time data (see p. 10).
Place pump in HOLD by pressing []. Disconnect the calibration
train.
Pressing [] will place a running pump in HOLD, and a holding
pump in RUN.
If a delayed start or DataTrac 2000 schedule has been programmed
into the pump, it may remain in pump memory. PROG will display
in the upper left corner of the pump display. To delete this program,
enter Level Two of the User Interface, scroll to the flashing OFF, and
press [].
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Calibration
Calibration Using the CalChek Automatic Calibration Feature
The CalChek automatic calibration feature is available when calibrating
an AirChek 2000 Pump with a Defender Flowmeter (Cat. No. 717-510M).
A CalChek Communication Cable (Cat. No. 210-502) is required. Optional
DataTrac 2000 Software can be used to expand the documentation capabilities
of this system. The CalChek feature provides two calibration options: singlepoint calibration allows setting and verifying a flow rate at a single point
before and after sampling. Multiple-point (full) calibration corrects flow to
a primary standard at multiple flow rates to cover the basic operational flow
range of the pump. Both types of calibration bring flow to within 5%.
If using a pump version below 2.59, a pump upgrade is required for the
CalChek feature. Contact SKC.
Do not perform single-point or multiple-point calibration until the
pump has remained at ambient temperature for several hours.
Single-point Calibration Using CalChek
The CalChek feature provides correction at a single flow setting and takes
less than one minute to complete. Use it to set the desired flow rate before
sampling and to verify flow after sampling.
1.
Use 1/4-inch tubing to connect the Defender suction port to the inlet of
a representative sampling medium and the outlet of the medium to the
AirChek 2000 pump inlet.
2.
Run the pump for ≥ 2 minutes before starting calibration. Leave the
pump on.
3.
Select the Defender data port:
a. Press and hold the Defender power button to turn on the flowmeter.
b. Press the right arrow to highlight Setup; press Enter.
c. Press the right arrow to highlight Preferences; press Enter.
d. Press the down arrow to navigate to Data Port.
e. Press the left or right arrow to toggle to SKC.
f. Press the down arrow to highlight Confirm; press Enter.
4.
Enter Defender calibration mode:
a. Press the right arrow and then the down arrow to highlight Measure;
press Enter.
b. Press the right arrow to highlight Cont.; press Enter.
5.
Attach the female end of the CalChek Communication Cable to the serial
port (RS-232) on the back of the Defender flowmeter.
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Calibration
6.
Insert the male end of the CalChek Communication Cable into the data
port on the pump.
7.
Place the pump in HOLD by pressing []. Press [] again to start
the pump running, and enter the security code  in sequence on
the pump keypad within 10 seconds. You are in Level One of the User
Interface.
8.
Press  or  to set the pump to the desired flow rate.
9.
Press  on the pump keypad until CAL appears on the pump display.
10. Press [] to select single-point calibration.
11. 1CAL will appear on the pump display. During calibration, the pump
will display briefly the flow rates that it is reading from the calibrator.
12. When calibration is complete, the pump display will either show End
indicating a successful calibration, or it will show an error code of E4[x]
(see CalChek Error Chart on page 20).
Note: To remove a CalChek error code from the LCD, press .
13. Press [] twice to place the pump in HOLD. Disconnect the pump
from the representative sampling medium and the calibrator.
To ensure sample integrity, tubing seals tightly onto the pump inlet
filter cover. Use care when removing tubing to prevent cracking
or breakage of the inlet filter cover.
14. Allow pump to go to SLEEP.
Data does not write to memory until pump has gone into SLEEP
mode.
Successful single-point calibration will provide an entry in the pump
history that can be viewed using DataTrac 2000 Software (v. 3.59 or
higher). If used with earlier DataTrac 2000 versions, the entry will appear
as an undecipherable code; update DataTrac 2000 Software. If an error
occurs during calibration, the event will not be stored in history.
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Calibration
Full (Multiple-point) Calibration Using CalChek
This type of calibration provides flow correction across the basic operating
range of the AirChek 2000 pump (750 to 3000 ml/min) in approximately
4 minutes. The operation calibrates each flow rate to a primary standard. It
can also provide a record of calibration for maintenance and quality purposes
if DataTrac 2000 Software is used. SKC recommends that a full calibration be
performed during pump maintenance and after non-factory repairs.
Full calibration clears history, run time parameters, and the
Scheduler in DataTrac 2000 Software.
Do NOT place sampling media in line for full calibration. Ensure the
battery pack is completely charged before starting a full calibration.
1.
Use 1/4-inch tubing to connect the Defender suction port to the AirChek
2000 pump inlet. Do NOT place sample medium in line.
2.
Run the pump for ≥ 2 minutes before starting calibration. Leave the
pump on.
3.
Follow Steps 3 through 9 from Single-point Calibration.
4.
Verify that the battery icon on the pump display shows at least two bars.
If it does not, charge the battery before proceeding.
5.
Press  on the pump keypad 7 times to place pump in full calibration
mode.
6.
The Defender flowmeter will begin to automatically calibrate the pump.
Initial flow measurements are taken without flow from the pump and the
pump flow rate is adjusted automatically. The pump will display FCAL,
CS1, and a brief flow rate. The pump will continue to display CS2, then
a flow rate, CS3, then a flow rate, etc. until calibration is completed at all
flow rates between 750 and 3000 ml/min.
Full calibration begins at flows lower than 750 ml/min. At these lower
flow rates, the calibrator piston will move slowly. This is normal; do
not interrupt calibration.
CalChek full calibration can be aborted by pressing []. The pump
will go to HOLD.
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Calibration
7.
When calibration is completed, the pump will go to HOLD. If the
calibration was successful, the pump LCD will revert to displaying pump
run time as 0. If there was failure during the calibration process, an error
code of E4[x] will appear (see CalChek Error Chart on page 20).
Note: To remove a CalChek error code from the LCD, press .
8.
Allow the pump to go to SLEEP mode to write calibration data to pump
memory.
Data does not write to pump memory until pump has gone into
SLEEP mode.
CalChek Full Calibration Data
Full calibration data can be viewed and printed by going to the DataTrac
2000 Pump Manager window and clicking on the View menu. Choose
Calibration Info. This will display calibration results, pump serial number,
and date of the last full calibration. A button allows this data to be printed. The
printed report contains pump version, date printed, and a validation code.
CalChek Calibration Data Verification
This feature requires pump version 2.62 or higher and DataTrac 2000
Software version 3.62 or higher.
To ensure that printed data has not been tampered with, pull down the Tools
menu and choose Confirm Validation Code. Enter the data from the printed
report, including the validation code. DataTrac 2000 will indicate whether the
information is completely valid or if a parameter has been changed.
Clearing the history will not clear full calibration data. This data can
only be cleared by performing another full calibration or by obtaining
more than 36 pump history records.
When entering data to confirm the validation number, enter the date
in the following format: mmm dd, yyyy (Aug 18, 2008)
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Calibration
CalChek Error Chart
Single Point Calibration Errors
Error Problem
Troubleshooting
E41
Correction required too large. A
mismatch of greater than 360 ml/min between the flow setting on the pump and the reading generated by the Defender Flowmeter has occurred.
Perform a full calibration. If this fails contact SKC Technical Support. E48
Could not get a successful single point calibration within five flow readings. Try the calibration again. If problem
persists, perform a full calibration.
Full (Multiple Point) Calibration Errors
Error
Problem
Troubleshooting
E44
First flow reading greater than 750 ml/min. The pump is flowing faster
than it should, even though the calibration routine delivered only a
very small voltage to the pump. Check tubing between pump’s upper
pressure sensor and the top valve
assembly diaphragm to ensure it is not
pinched or blocked, or contact SKC
Technical Support.
E45
Pump unable to achieve flow rate of 3000 ml/min possibly due to a blocked
flow tube or an air leak inside the pump.
Check pump’s flow tube to ensure
it is not blocked, or contact SKC
Technical Support.
E46
Analysis error in the data (rare).
Try full calibration again. If problem persists, contact SKC Technical Support.
E47
Less than two bars appear in the battery icon on the pump display indicating that the battery is too low. There must be at least two bars to begin a full calibration.
Recharge the battery.
No Code
At conclusion of full calibration, pump does not verify to within 5%. Pump not at ambient conditions for at
least 2 hours. Retry calibration after pump has been at ambient conditions for 2 hours.
Pump not running for 2 minutes prior to calibration. Run pump for two minutes and retry calibration.
Errors That Can Occur During Both Calibration Modes
Error
Problem
Troubleshooting
E42
Unstable average. There is too much variation in the flow readings.
Try the calibration again. If problem
persists, contact SKC Technical Support.
E43
Serial time out. The calibrator is not communicating with the pump.
Check cable connection. If loose or disconnected, connect properly.
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Calibration
Calibrating for Low Flow (5 to 500 ml/min) Sampling
Applications Using a Constant Pressure Controller (CPC)
For use with CPC and Adjustable Low Flow Tube Holders.
The Constant Pressure Controller or CPC (provided in the SKC AirChek
2000 Low Flow Adapter Kit Cat. No. 210-500) is an AirChek 2000 Pump
accessory that allows low flow (5 to 500 ml/min) applications. In conjunction
with an Adjustable Low Flow Tube Holder (Catalog Nos. 224-26-01, 224-2602, 224-26-03, 224-26-04), the CPC is used as a pressure regulator to maintain
a constant 20 inches water back pressure.
Calibrate with Adjustable Low Flow Holder, CPC, and representative
sample medium in line.
1.
For single tube applications, set the flow rate to 1500 ml/min. For
multiple tube applications, the flow rate must be set higher than the
sum of the flow rates through all tubes. To set the pump flow rate,
from HOLD press [] to run the pump and enter  all within
10 seconds. You are in Level One of the User Interface. SET and flow
rate flash on the LCD.
2. The flow rate displayed is from the last sample taken. Press  to
increase flow and  to decrease the flow to the desired setting. Press
 until End appears, and then press [] to save change and exit the
User Interface. The pump will remain running. If desired, press []
again to hold the pump.
3. Connect the pump inlet to the CPC outlet (the side of the CPC without a
label) using a short length of Tygon tubing.
4. Connect the inlet side of the CPC (marked “to sample”) to the
Adjustable Low Flow Holder.
5. Label tube(s) and port(s). Insert an opened representative tube into the
rubber sleeve of each port on the Adjustable Low Flow Holder. Place
unopened tubes in any unused ports to “seal” them.
6. Connect the exposed end of one tube to a primary standard calibrator
using another length of tubing. From HOLD, press [] to run the
pump.
7. Turn the flow adjustment screw (needle valve) on the adjustable low
flow holder until the calibrator indicates the desired flow rate.
The flow rate displayed on the calibrator will change as a result of
this adjustment. The flow rate on the pump LCD will remain at the
previously set flow rate, showing the flow rate through the pump, not
through the sample tube.
8.
9.
Repeat Step 7 to calibrate each tube’s flow rate.
Place the pump in HOLD by pressing []. Disconnect the calibration
train and replace the representative tube(s) with the tube(s) to be used
for sampling. Reset the run time data to zero (see p. 10).
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Sampling
Sampling (1000 to 3250 ml/min)
1. Following calibration, replace representative sampling medium with a
new unexposed medium.
Protect sample pump from weather when in use outdoors.
2. To begin sampling, press [] to run the pump. Record the start time.
3. Sample for the time specified in the method used.
4. To stop sampling, press [] to hold the pump. Record the stop time.
5. When sampling is complete, pump data is retained in memory for
recovery. Data can be viewed on the LCD by using the  button to scroll
through it.
When using impingers, place an in-line trap between the pump
and the impinger to protect the pump from harmful liquids or
vapors. Failure to use the impinger trap voids the pump warranty.
If a delayed start or DataTrac 2000 schedule has been programmed
into the pump, it may remain in pump memory. PROG will display
in the upper left corner of the pump display. To delete this program,
see page 12 or 13.
To ensure sample integrity, tubing seals tightly onto the pump
inlet filter cover. Use care when removing tubing to prevent
cracking or breakage of the inlet filter cover.
Low Flow Sampling (5 to 500 ml/min)
Low flow sampling requires a Constant Pressure Controller (CPC) and
adjustable flow tube holder available as accessories or in the Low Flow
Adapter Kit, Cat. No. 210-500.
When sampling with the CPC accessory and multiple tubes, the
volume displayed on the pump is no longer representative of the
volume of flow through the tubes due to the air bypass function of
the CPC.
1. Following calibration (see p. 21), replace the representative tube(s) with a
new unexposed tube(s).
Protect sample pump from weather when in use outdoors.
2. Press [] to RUN pump. Sample for the time specified in the method
used.
3. To stop sampling, press [] to HOLD the pump.
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Sampling
Long-duration Color Detector Tubes require a special tube cover
that accommodates an in-line trap tube. The trap tube protects the
pump from caustic fumes that are often released from detector
tubes. Closely read all precautions when using these tubes.
Failure to use the necessary traps will damage the pump and void
the warranty.
To ensure sample integrity, tubing fits tightly onto the pump inlet
filter cover. Use care when removing tubing to prevent cracking
or breakage of the inlet filter cover.
Flow Fault
If the pump is unable to compensate for longer than 15 seconds due to excessive
back pressure, the pump enters flow fault mode. During flow fault, the pump
enters Hold mode, the fault icon appears on the display during the length of
the fault, and the accumulated run time display is frozen and retained. As
part of the flow fault feature, the pump attempts to restart sampling after five
minutes in flow fault and continues to attempt a restart every five minutes
thereafter until the restricted flow is corrected or the pump has attempted a
maximum of 10 restarts. The maximum number of restart attempts may be
changed using DataTrac 2000 Software.
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Battery Operation
Battery Condition
Three bars indicate a full charge (normally appears after charging),
approximately 75% to 100%.
Two bars indicate that the battery is charged enough to operate the pump, approximately 25% to 75%.
One bar indicates battery charge is low (charge battery),
approximately 1% to 25%.
Low Battery Fault
No bars and a flashing outline indicate a Low Battery Fault
mode (pump will go into HOLD mode, and then SLEEP mode
in 10 seconds). Run time data can be displayed by pressing any
button. The pump will return to SLEEP in 10 seconds. This may be
repeated.
When the pump stops due to a low battery and is left to stand for
a period of time, one battery bar may appear. This false “recovery”
will fall quickly if the pump is operated without recharging it.
RECHARGE THE PUMP BEFORE SAMPLING.
Using a non-approved charger voids the SKC warranty.
Charging the Battery Pack
To charge the battery, insert the charging plug from the charger into the
battery charging jack on the back of the pump. Plug the charger into
a standard wall outlet. The fast charging function of the battery pack
will recharge the battery in approximately 6 hours or less. For optimum
performance, use a charger that does not promote memory effect (see
Accessories on p. 30). Follow charger instructions.
Using a non-approved charger voids the SKC warranty.
Tampering with the battery
pack voids the SKC warranty
and the UL Listing for intrinsic
safety (Cat. No. 210-2002).
Do not charge in hazardous
environments.
Ensure that the computer
interface port is covered
before and during charging.
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Computer
Interface
Port
Battery
Charging
Jack
Battery Operation
Replacing the Battery Pack
To enhance battery life, SKC ships battery packs uncharged and
separate from the pump. Once installed, completely charge battery
pack before operating pump.
Battery Replacement Notes:
• To retain pump history, ensure the pump has been allowed to go
to SLEEP after the last run. Pump history will be lost if the battery
pack or AC power (battery eliminator) is removed while the pump is
running. SKC recommends that data be downloaded to a PC using
DataTrac 2000 Software prior to removal of the battery or power.
• The first 8 program steps will be retained in memory. Programs
should be reloaded using DataTrac 2000 Software after replacing the
battery pack.
1. Release the battery pack by removing the two security screws located on
the bottom of the battery pack. Pull the battery pack away from the pump
body.
Battery
terminal
2. Carefully align the battery jack
on the replacement battery pack
with the battery terminal on the
bottom of the pump base plate
and push the battery pack into
place.
3.
Replace and tighten the two
security screws removed in
Step 1.
Battery
jack
Pump base
plate
Battery
pack
Use of a repaired or rebuilt battery pack voids the SKC warranty and
the UL Intrinsic Safety Listing.
Do not charge or operate the pump with charger in hazardous
atmospheres!
Use only an SKC-approved charger and battery pack designed for the
AirChek 2000 Sample Pump to ensure reliable performance and to
maintain the UL Listing for intrinsic safety and the SKC warranty.
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Battery Operation
See http://www.skcinc.com/instructions/1756.pdf for more information
on NiCad batteries.
Battery Eliminator
The Battery Eliminator is an accessory that converts alternating current (AC)
to direct current (DC) from which the pump can operate indefinitely. The
Battery Eliminator should be used in non-hazardous environments only. See
page 30 for ordering.
To use the Battery Eliminator, the battery pack must be removed from the
pump (see Replacing the Battery Pack). The Battery Eliminator is comprised of
two pieces, (1) a wall cube that converts AC voltage to DC voltage and (2) a
power adapter that reduces DC voltage. The wall cube fits into a standard
wall outlet and its plug end is inserted into the power adapter. The power
adapter is fitted on the pump in place of the battery pack.
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Maintenence
Pump Care
The AirChek 2000 Pump has been carefully designed, manufactured,
and tested to give excellent performance. Provide proper care and
maintenance:
• Avoid dropping the pump or subjecting it to strong impacts.
• Keep the pump dry.
• Protect sample pump from weather when in use outdoors.
• Do not clean the pump with harsh cleaning solvents or
detergents.
• Store the pump in a cool, dry, dust-free location.
Replacing the Inlet Port Housing and Filter
1. Remove the three screws that secure the inlet port housing to the
top of the pump.
2. Remove the inlet port housing and gasket.
3. Remove the O-ring and filter. These should be replaced during
preventive maintenance (Replacement Kit, Cat. No. P20140).
4. Insert a new filter and O-ring.
5. Replace the gasket.
6. Align the inlet port housing with the three screw holes and the LED.
7. Insert the three screws and tighten in an alternating fashion.
Do not overtighten screws. Overtightening can crack the inlet port.
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Maintenence
Service Policy
To return products to SKC for servicing:
1. Call 800-752-8472 (724-941-9701 for international customers) to obtain a
Return Materials Authorization (RMA) number and Product Decontamination
Form.
2. Carefully package the product. Mark the RMA number on any correspondence
relating to the return and on the outside of the package.
3. Ship to SKC, freight prepaid, to the following address:
SKC Inc.
National Service Center
863 Valley View Road
Eighty Four, PA 15330
Package product carefully to prevent damage during transit. Include a contact
name, phone number, shipping address, RMA number, and a brief description
of the problem. For nonwarranty repairs, a purchase order number and billing
address are also required. The Service Department will contact nonwarranty
customers with an estimate before proceeding with repairs.
SKC Inc. will accept for repair any SKC product that is not contaminated
with hazardous materials. Products determined to be contaminated will
be returned unserviced.
Intrinsic safety and other approvals are void if SKC pumps are not repaired by SKC or authorized SKC repair centers. Use only SKC-approved parts to ensure reliable performance and to maintain
the UL Listing for intrinsic safety and the SKC warranty.
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Accessories
Description
Cat. No.
Defender Primary Standard Flowmeter, 50 to 5000 ml/min,
includes battery, charger (100-240 V), and software
717-510M
CalChek Communication Cable, required for CalChek feature
210-502
Chargers
PowerFlex Charging System for SKC Personal Pumps
5-station, 100-240 V
Single, 120 V
Single, 100-240 V
223-1000
223-2000
223-2000B
223-1001
PowerFlex Pump Cable for AirChek 2000
Battery Eliminator, for continuous run using AC-line operation
115 V
230 V
Protective Pouches
Black
Red, for high visibility
Black, sound reducing
223-320
223-320B
224-88
224-96A
224-96C
DataTrac 2000 Software Package
Includes software, adapter, and serial cable, requires
Windows 98 or higher and serial port or appropriate adapter
compatible with PC and operating system
877-91
Low Flow Adapter Kit (5-500 ml/min)
Includes Constant Pressure Controller (CPC), Adjustable
Low Flow Tube Holder, and Type A Protective Cover
210-500
Constant Pressure Controller (CPC) for sampling in the
5-500 ml/min flow range. Use with Adjustable Low
Flow Holder (below). 224-26-CPC
Adjustable Low Flow Tube Holders for Constant Pressure
(Low Flow 5 to 500 ml/min) Applications
(requires separate tube cover listed below)
Single
Dual
Tri
Quad
224-26-01
224-26-02
224-26-03
224-26-04
Sample Tube Protective Covers
(for adjustable flow tube holders listed above)
Type A (tubes 6-mm OD x 70-mm L)
Type B (tubes 8-mm OD x 110-mm L)
Type C (tubes 10-mm OD x 150-mm L)
Type T (tandem for color detector tubes up to
115-mm long and a trap tube)
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224-29A
224-29B
224-29C
224-29T
Accessories
Description
Cat. No.
Replacement Parts
Battery Pack
Battery Pack (CE marked; for Cat. No. 210-2002Ex)
Belt Clip
Case
Case with interface for PC board in place
Charging Jack
Cover, Battery Pack
Filter (inlet)/O-ring (3)
Filter Housing
Filters, Inlet (50)
Gasket Set
Keypad
Stack
PC Board (includes top valve plate and stack inlet)
PC Board Interface
Cover, Port
Keypad
Screw/Gasket Kit
Valve Assembly, Bottom
Valve Assembly, Top
P20136
P21113
P20139
P20137
P20137A
P20145
P20144
P20140
P20142
P40011
P21273
P79361
P20138
P79519
P79543
P20179
P79361
P21002
P21272
P21322
Long-duration Detector Tube Accessories:
Trap Tubes
Tandem Protective Tube Cover
222-3D-2
224-29T
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Accessories
DataTrac 2000 Software
With the optional DataTrac 2000 Software accessory, the AirChek 2000
is programmable using a PC. DataTrac 2000 simplifies chain-of-custody
reporting by allowing users the option of programming a complete running
sequence, delayed start, timed stop, and intermittent sampling, all at
different flow rates. Time and sample volume are continuously updated in
memory. There is no need to perform lengthy calculations; DataTrac does it
for you. The advanced information retrieval system is specifically designed
to store data and provide chain-of-custody information. Fault features allow
storage of historical data in memory that can be retrieved days later as long
as the battery pack is not completely discharged.
Features
• Program a sampling operation from a PC
• Calibrate the AirChek 2000 flow rate to a primary standard
• Display the AirChek 2000 operating state including flow rate,
temperature, run time, and battery status
• Create and save an AirChek 2000 program without an AirChek 2000 Pump
connected to a PC
• Program up to ten sampling sequences, each with different flow rates
• Download the AirChek 2000 run time data and history to your PC
• Create chain of custody information using the sample set-up feature
• Print a history file containing AirChek 2000 run time data • Print a worker exposure profile containing run time data and the AirChek
2000 history
• Document date of pump calibration when using the CalChek Automatic Calibration feature (DataTrac 2000 version 3.59 or higher)
DataTrac 2000 Requirements
• Any IBM-compatible PC with a 386 processor or higher
• Hard drive with a minimum of 8 MB free disk space
• CD drive
• 4 MB RAM (8 MB preferred)
• VGA display or better
• Available 9- or 25-pin serial port (i.e., a com port not used by a mouse,
modem, or other device) or appropriate adapter compatible with PC and
operating system
• Mouse
• Microsoft® Windows® 98 or higher
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Accessories
With DataTrac 2000 Software you can...
Create a sample sheet for worker
and sample information
Create a sample schedule
selecting the date, time, and flow
rates that you wish to sample
Download the pump sampling history
Simply click to change
the pump settings
Flow Calibrate
DataTrac 2000 Software
Includes software on CD, adapter, and serial cable. (Requires Microsoft
Windows 98 or higher and serial port or appropriate adapter compatible with
PC and operating system)........................................................Cat. No. 877-91
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SKC INC.
LIMITED ONE YEAR WARRANTY
1. SKC warrants that its instruments provided for industrial hygiene, environmental, gas
analysis, and safety and health applications are free from defects in workmanship and materials
under normal and proper use in accordance with operating instructions provided with said instruments. The term of this warranty begins on the date the instrument is delivered to the buyer and
continues for a period of one (1) year.
This warranty does not cover claims due to abuse, misuse, neglect, alteration, accident,
or use in application for which the instrument was neither designed nor approved by SKC Inc.
This warranty does not cover the buyer’s failure to provide for normal maintenance, or improper
selection or misapplication. This warranty shall further be void if changes or adjustments to the
instrument are made by other than an employee of the seller, or if the operating instructions
furnished at the time of installation are not complied with.
2. SKC Inc. hereby disclaims all warranties either expressed or implied, including any
implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, and neither assumes
nor authorizes any other person to assume for it any liability in connection with the sale of these
instruments. No description of the goods being sold has been made a part of the basis of the bargain or has created or amounted to an express warranty that the goods will conform to any such
description. Buyer shall not be entitled to recover from SKC Inc. any consequential damages,
damages to property, damages for loss of use, loss of time, loss of profits, loss of income, or
other incidental damages. Nor shall buyer be entitled to recover from SKC Inc. any consequential
damages resulting from defect of the instrument including, but not limited to, any recovery under
section 402A of the Restatement, Second of Torts.
3. This warranty extends only to the original purchaser of the warranted instrument during
the term of the warranty. The buyer may be required to present proof of purchase in the form of
a paid receipt for the instrument.
4. This warranty covers the instrument purchased and each of its component parts.
5. In the event of a defect, malfunction, or other failure of the instrument not caused by
any misuse or damage to the instrument while in possession of the buyer, SKC Inc. will remedy
the failure or defect without charge to the buyer. The remedy will consist of service or replacement of the instrument. SKC Inc. may elect refund of the purchase price if unable to provide
replacement and repair is not commercially practicable.
6. (a) To obtain performance of any obligation under this warranty, the buyer shall return
the instrument, freight prepaid, to SKC Inc., at the following address:
SKC Inc., National Service Center
863 Valley View Road
Eighty Four, PA 15330 USA
(b) To obtain return authorization information or for further information on the warranty performance you may telephone 724-941-9701 at the above address. See Service Policy
section in operating manual (if applicable).
7. This warranty shall be construed under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
which shall be deemed to be the situs of the contract for purchase of SKC Inc. instruments.
8. No other warranty is given by SKC Inc. in conjunction with this sale.
Form #3755 Rev 0207
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Index
Keypad Basics .......................................... 6
Star button ......................................... 6
Up & Down Arrow Buttons . ................ 6
LCD ........................................................... 4
Maintenance ........................................... 28
Multiple Tube Sampling ...............21-22, 30
Operating Indicators . .............................4-5
ADJ . ............................................... 4, 9
CAL .......................................... 5, 9, 16
CLr . .............................................. 4, 10
End ............................................... 4, 10
ESC .............................................. 4, 10
FLOW ............................................. 5, 8
HOLD ................................................. 4
PROG ................................................. 5
Sampling Time ......................... 4, 9, 11
SET ................................................ 4, 8
VOL .................................................... 4
Operating Modes ...................................... 6
Flow Fault ........................................... 7
HOLD ................................................. 6
RUN . .................................................. 6
SLEEP ................................................ 7
Operating Terms ....................................... 4
Performance Profile ...............................2-3
Pressure Units ...................................... 5, 9
ins Hg ............................................. 5, 9
mm Hg ............................................ 5, 9
PROG Indicator . ................................. 5, 12
Replacing Battery Pack . ......................... 25
Resetting Run Time Data . ...................... 10
RUN .......................................................... 6
Sampling
Constant Flow .................................. 22
Constant Pressure . .......................... 22
Constant Pressure Controller ........... 22
Sorbent Tube (Single) ...................... 22
Sorbent Tube (Multiple) in
Constant Pressure Mode ............. 22
Sorbent Tube (Multiple) using
Constant Pressure Controller ...... 22
Sampling Time ................................ 4, 9, 11
Setting .............................................. 11
Setting Delayed Start .............................. 12
Security Code ........................................... 6
Service Policy ......................................... 29
SET Indicator ........................................ 4, 8
SLEEP ...................................................... 7
Sorbent Tube Sampling (Single) ............. 22
Sorbent Tube Sampling (Multiple) .......... 22
Star Button ................................................ 6
Up and Down Arrow Buttons . ................... 6
User Interface ........................................... 8
Entering .............................................. 8
Navigating .......................................... 8
Level 1 ................................................ 8
Level 2 ................................................ 9
Warranty ................................................. 35
AC Charger ....................................... 24, 30
Accessories . ........................................... 30
Activate Pump ........................................... 8
ADJ Indicator.......................................... 4, 9
Adjustable Low FlowTube Holders . .....21-22, 30
Arrow Buttons ........................................... 6
Back Pressure . ................................... 2, 21
Battery
Charging ........................................... 24
Eliminator ......................................... 26
Icons ............................................. 5, 24
Replacing ......................................... 25
Verifying Charge . ............................... 8
Bracketed Button Sequence ..................... 6
Button
Arrow .................................................. 6
Star ..................................................... 6
Sequence ........................................... 6
CAL Indicator .................................. 5, 9, 16
CalChek Calibration ................................ 16
CalChek Full Calibration Data . ............... 18
Calibration
with CalChek Feature ....................... 16
Constant Flow .................................. 14
Constant Pressure . .......................... 21
Charging Battery ..................................... 24
Clearing Data Display ......................... 4, 10
Compensation Range ............................... 2
Constant Flow ......................................... 14
Constant Pressure .................................. 21
Continuous Operation ............................. 26
CPC ...................................................21-22
DataTrac 2000 Software ......................... 32
Delayed Start .......................................... 12
Deleting a DataTrac 2000 Program ........ 13
Deleting a Delayed Start ......................... 12
Deleting Sampling Time .......................... 13
Display
Data .................................................4-5
Resetting Run Time Data ................. 10
Temperature ................................... 5, 9
Display Units ............................................. 5
am/pm ................................................ 5
˚C/ ˚F . ................................................. 5
ins ....................................................... 5
L ......................................................... 5
min . .................................................... 5
mL ...................................................... 5
mL/min . .............................................. 5
m ........................................................ 5
min . .................................................... 5
mm ..................................................... 5
Flow Fault ....................................... 5, 7, 23
Flow Rate
Changing .......................................... 10
HOLD ........................................................ 6
Icons ............................................... 5, 7, 24
Battery .......................................... 5, 24
Flow Fault ................................. 5, 7, 23
Inlet Port Housing/Filter,
Replacement of .................................... 28
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