724VK2 Verification Tester Operation Instructions

USER GUIDE TB-9012
724VK2 Verification Tester
Operation Instructions
Made in the
United States of America
The SCS 724VK2 Verification Tester can be used with
the following items:
Item
Description
724
Workstation Monitor
724 W/O-PS Workstation Monitor, without Power
Adapter
724K-WM10 Workstation Monitor Kit
724K-WM11 Workstation Monitor Kit
Packaging
1 Verification Tester
1 Certificate of Calibration
Operation
Test Voltage 9 Volts and Resistance Selection 10
Megohms
Set the 724 Workstation Monitor’s test voltage to 9 volts
and its resistance limit to 10 Megohms.
Figure 1. SCS 724VK2 Verification Tester
Description
The SCS 724VK2 Verification Tester is used to
perform periodic testing of the SCS 724 Workstation
Monitor. The Verification Tester allows the customer
to perform NIST traceable calibration verifying that the
724 Workstation Monitor is operating within tolerances.
Using the 724VK2 takes only a few minutes and is
designed to be used on the shop floor at the workstation
to virtually eliminate downtime.
Frequency of recalibration should be based on the
critical nature of those ESD sensitive items handled and
the risk of failure for the ESD protective equipment and
materials. In general, SCS recommends that calibration
be performed annually.
1. Insert the Verification Tester’s stereo plug into the
monitor’s remote jack #1.
2. Select “1.5M LOW” with the Verification Tester’s
rotary switch. The monitor’s green OK 1 LED
should illuminate, and the yellow L LED should
flash. The audible alarm should not sound.
3. Select “1.5M PASS” with the Verification Tester’s
rotary switch. The monitor’s green OK 1 LED
should illuminate. The audible alarm should not
sound.
4. Select “10M PASS” with the Verification Tester’s
rotary switch. The monitor’s green OK 1 LED
should illuminate. The audible alarm should not
sound.
5. Select “10M HIGH” with the Verification Tester’s
rotary switch. The monitor’s red H LED should
illuminate, and the audible alarm should sound
continuously.
6. Repeat steps 1-5 for jack #2 on the remote. The
audible alarm will chirp when jack #2 fails high.
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Test Voltage 9 Volts and Resistance Selection 35
Megohms
Test Voltage 16 Volts and Resistance Selection 35
Megohms
Set the 724 Workstation Monitor’s test voltage to 9 volts
and its resistance limit to 35 Megohms.
Set the 724 Workstation Monitor’s test voltage to 16
volts and its resistance limit to 35 Megohms.
1. Insert the Verification Tester’s stereo plug into the
monitor’s remote jack #1.
1. Insert the Verification Tester’s stereo plug into the
monitor’s remote jack #1.
2. Select “1.5M LOW” with the Verification Tester’s
rotary switch. The monitor’s green OK 1 LED
should illuminate, and the yellow L LED should
flash. The audible alarm should not sound.
2. Select “1.5M LOW” with the Verification Tester’s
rotary switch. The monitor’s green OK 1 LED
should illuminate, and the yellow L LED should
flash. The audible alarm should not sound.
3. Select “1.5M PASS” with the Verification Tester’s
rotary switch. The monitor’s green OK 1 LED
should illuminate. The audible alarm should not
sound.
3. Select “1.5M PASS” with the Verification Tester’s
rotary switch. The monitor’s green OK 1 LED
should illuminate. The audible alarm should not
sound.
4. Select “35M PASS” with the Verification Tester’s
rotary switch. The monitor’s green OK 1 LED
should illuminate. The audible alarm should not
sound.
4. Select “35M PASS” with the Verification Tester’s
rotary switch. The monitor’s green OK 1 LED
should illuminate. The audible alarm should not
sound.
5. Select “35M HIGH” with the Verification Tester’s
rotary switch. The monitor’s red H LED should
illuminate, and the audible alarm should sound
continuously.
5. Select “35M HIGH” with the Verification Tester’s
rotary switch. The monitor’s red H LED should
illuminate, and the audible alarm should sound
continuously.
6. Repeat steps 1-5 for jack #2 on the remote. The
audible alarm will chirp when jack #2 fails high.
6. Repeat steps 1-5 for jack #2 on the remote. The
audible alarm will chirp when jack #2 fails high.
Test Voltage 16 Volts and Resistance Selection 10
Megohms
Set the 724 Workstation Monitor’s test voltage to 16
volts and its resistance limit to 10 Megohms.
1. Insert the Verification Tester’s stereo plug into the
monitor’s remote jack #1.
2. Select “1.5M LOW” with the Verification Tester’s
rotary switch. The monitor’s green OK 1 LED
should illuminate, and the yellow L LED should
flash. The audible alarm should not sound.
3. Select “1.5M PASS” with the Verification Tester’s
rotary switch. The monitor’s green OK 1 LED
should illuminate. The audible alarm should not
sound.
4. Select “10M PASS” with the Verification Tester’s
rotary switch. The monitor’s green OK 1 LED
should illuminate. The audible alarm should not
sound.
Figure 2. Using the 724VK2 Verification Tester with the
724 Workstation Monitor
5. Select “10M HIGH” with the Verification Tester’s
rotary switch. The monitor’s red H LED should
illuminate, and the audible alarm should sound
continuously.
6. Repeat steps 1-5 for jack #2 on the remote. The
audible alarm will chirp when jack #2 fails high.
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Specifications
Limited Warranty, Warranty Exclusions, Limit of
Liability and RMA Request Instructions
Dimensions:
3.8" L x 2.4" W x .9" H
(10 cm x 6 cm x 2 cm)
See the SCS Warranty http://staticcontrol.descoindustries.com/warranty.aspx
Weight:
0.2 lbs
(0.1 kg)
Resistance Values:
Setting
Nominal
Resistance
% Tolerance of
Nominal Resistance
1.5M LOW
1.33 Megohms
±2%
1.5M PASS
1.69 Megohms
±2%
10M PASS
8.45 Megohms
±2%
10M HIGH
11.5 Megohms
±2%
35M PASS
29.4 Megohms
±2%
35M HIGH
40.2 Megohms
±2%
These resistance values may be verified using a digital
voltmeter and setting it to read Ohms (Ω). Connect your
voltmeter’s test leads across the Limit Comparator’s
stereo plug. If any value is out of specification, the Limit
Comparator must be returned to the manufacturer for
repair.
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