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TQ C LO W V O LTAG E

P I N H O L E D E T E C TO R ®

LD8100 - LD8105

User Guide

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This product is RoHs compliant (Directive 2002/95/EC)

DANGER

People with for instance a pacemaker or heart problems should completely avoid the use of this device.

WARNING: Risk of electric shock

The TQC Low Voltage Pinhole Detector (possibly) uses tensions that may cause a mild electric shock. The earth clamp detection will switch off the voltage of the device once it is removed from the substrate, yet the risk of electric shock remains, particularly if the device isn’t used properly. It is strongly recommended at all times to hold the device UNDER the button and avoid. each contact with the top plate (the live part) The use of gloves is also recommended.

WARRANTY

TQC will grant a warranty for a period of 12 months for TQC Pinhole Detector and 12 months for all related equipment from the date of delivery in respect of any evidence of faulty workmanship and materials. TQC will extend the warranty for TQC Pinhole Detector to a period of 24 months from the date of delivery if TQC Pinhole Detector is licensed via the TQC Ideal Finish Analysis software. Should a delivered consignment prove to be contrary to contract upon inspection, the customer shall grant TQC the opportunity hereunder of removing the fault, or else the customer may demand replacement? Should the supply or delivery of any improvement or replacement not prove possible, the customer may choose between having the purchase price reduced or in demanding the contract of sale to be rescinded (conversion). Damage resulting from natural wear and tear, mechanical or chemical damage, an act of God or non-compliance with the operating instructions shall be excluded from the warranty as well as mechanical interference by the customer or by third parties with TQC Pinhole Detector and related equipment without TQC’s written permission. No liability will be accepted for defects, damage or injury caused due to use not carried out in accordance with the manufacturer’s user instructions.

To claim warranty, the rejected product has to be sent to TQC together with the original invoice, any exchange before the product has been returned to TQC is not possible. TQC reserve the right to repair, exchange or supply an equivalent substitute. TQC is not liable for handling or transport costs. Warranty on the purchase price is limited, all liability for consequential damages or changes in technology is expelled lijkheid voor gevolgschade of technologische veranderingen zijn uitgesloten.

SCOPE OF SUPPLY

The TQC Low Voltage Pinhole Detector-Basic

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. GENERAL

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4. DEVICE

4.1 Ground connection detection

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5.1 Assembly

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1. GENERAL

1.1 Importance of operating manual

This manual is written in order to become familiar with all the functions and possible applications of the instrument. It contains important instructions about how to use the instrument safely and economically; according to the purpose designated. Following these instructions is not only essential to avoid risks. It also reduces repair costs and down-time and increases the products reliability and service-life.

Anyone who works with the instrument should follow the instructions in this manual, particularly the safety related instructions. Additionally local rules and regulations relating to environmental safety and accident prevention should be observed.

1.2 User-responsibility

The user should a) only allow persons to work with the instrument who are familiar with the general instructions on how to work safely and to prevent accidents. The use of the instrument should have been instructed duly The safety chapter and the warnings in this manual should have been read and understood; acknowledged as evidenced by their signature.

b) regularly check the safety-awareness of personnel at work.

1.3 Responsibility of personnel

Before commencing work anyone appointed to work with the instrument should pay attention to the general regulations relating to working safety and accident prevention. The safety chapter and the warnings in this manual should have been read and understood; acknowledged as evidenced by their signature.

1.4 Dangers

This instrument has been designed and constructed in accordance with state-of-the-art technology and the acknowledged safety regulations. Nevertheless, working with the instrument may cause danger to the life and health of the operator or to others, or damage to the instrument or other property. Therefore the instrument should only be used for its designated purpose, and in a perfect technical condition. Any defect that could have a negative effect on safety should be repaired immediately.

1.5 Designated purpose

The TQC Low Voltage Pinhole Detector is exclusively designed to The TQC Low Voltage Pinhole detector enables you to inspect various coatings on conductive substrates for small defects such as holidays and pinholes using the ‘wet sponge technique’. Other applications constitute improper use.

TQC will not be held liable for damage resulting from improper use. Designated purpose also includes properly observing all instructions in the operation manual, and adherence to inspection and maintenance schedules.

1.6 Copyright

The copyright of this operating manual remains with TQC.

This operating manual is intended solely for the user and his personnel. Its instructions and guidelines may not be duplicated, circulated or otherwise passed on to others, neither fully, nor partly. Infringement of these restrictions may lead to legal action may be taken if this restrictions are infringed upon.

1.7 Manufacturer’s/Supplier’s address

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2. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

2.1 Meaning of Symbols

The following symbols for dangers are used in this instruction manual.

DANGER

Possible immediate danger to the life or health of personnel If this guideline is not noted it can lead to severe danger to health, up to fatal injury

WARNING

A dangerous situation could be caused. Non observance of this guideline can lead to injury or to damage to equipment.

TIPS! / NOTE!

Special tips and particular information. Guidelines to make optimal use of the instrument.

2.2 Availability of Safety Information

The instruction manual should be kept at the place where the instrument operates.

In addition to the information contained in the instruction manual, general and local regulations for accident prevention and environmental protection shall be kept available and observed.

Always ensure all guidelines in respect of safety and dangers on the instrument are in readable condition.

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2.4 Dangers from Electrical Energy

DANGER People with for instance a pacemaker or heart problems should completely avoid the use of this device.

WARNING: Risk of electric shock

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3. TRANSPORT AND STORAGE

3.1 Packing

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3.3 Reporting Transport Damage and Documentation

Any damage should be documented as accurately as possible (possibly photographed) and reported to the relevant insurers or, in the case of sales “delivered to customers works”, to the supplier.

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4. DEVICE

The TQC Low Voltage Pinhole detector enables you to inspect various coatings on conductive substrates for small defects such as holidays and pinholes using the ‘wet sponge technique’

The grounding clamp shall be connected to an untreated piece of the substrate(which is electrically connected with the measurement area), where the wet sponge will be used to probe the entirety of the coating with the selected voltage applied. When current flows from the sponge

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The number of detected pinholes is stored in memory, and remains available after power down, even when replacing batteries. This memory can be cleared by the user.

4.1 Ground connection detection

The TQC Low Voltage Pinhole Detector uses a high frequency earth clamp detection. This provides the user feedback if the earth clamp is connected properly. It also prolongs the battery life because the power is turned off when there is no earth detected, thus reducing the risk of electric shock.

As a side note to this technique it should be mentioned that the reliability of this detection depends on the circumstances in which the TQC Low Voltage Pinhole Detector is used.

A few examples will be given to illustrate whether or not detection is reliable.

Example 1: A small treated object placed on an insulating table, and connected to the ground terminal by a short cable. Once the sponge makes contact with the object, the earth will be detected. Once the sponge disconnects, nothing will be detected. In this case, the earth detection will work exactly as intended.

Example 2: The earth clamp is connected to a (large) chassis of a vehicle which is isolated from the floor . The ground cable is (partially) on sheet metal of the chassis.

Once the sponge makes contact with the object earth will be detected. If the clamp comes loose, a signal might still be detected through the cable, and the detection is not 100% reliable.

Example 3: The earth clamp is connected to an object that is embedded in a concrete floor and the long cable is on this floor. In this case, it may be that the earth detection already detects earth after switching on the device. In this case, the earth detection is NOT reliable, and extra attention should be paid whether or not the earth clamp is still connected properly.

WARNING: Risk of electric shock

The TQC Low Voltage Pinhole Detector

(possibly) uses tensions that may cause a mild electric shock. The earth clamp detection will switch off the voltage of the device once it is removed from the substrate, yet the risk of electric shock remains, particularly if the device isn’t used properly. It is strongly recommended at all times to hold the device UNDER the button and avoid each contact with the top plate (the live part) The use of gloves is also recommended.

DANGER

People with for instance a pacemaker or heart problems should completely avoid the use of this device.

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5. GETTING STARTED WITH THE LOW VOLTAGE PINHOLE DETECTOR

The Low Voltage Pinhole Detector is ready for use as soon as you

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5.1 Assembly

A Device

C Grounding cable

D Crocodile clamp

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III Headphone connection

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Upon delivery the device (A) and sponge wand (B) will be delivered separately. Before use, they should be connected by means of the screw connection. The ‘Advanced’ model also has the opportunity to use an extension cable, which offers the possibility to connect the unit to your belt strap. The advanced model comes with different additional accessories that can be used instead of the sponge wand.

The grounding cable (C) must be inserted into the black bus (I) be on the bottom of the device. (near the battery compartment)

The other side of the earth cable is plugged into the supplied crocodile clip (D). This crocodile clip must be connected. When used on an untreated piece of the substrate

The bottom of the unit also houses the battery compartment (II) and the headphone jack (III)

5.2 Other preparations

To get proper conductivity, it is important that you work with a wet sponge. You can use tap water containing a small amount (drop per liter) detergent. This detergent reduces the surface tension of the water. It is important that the surface remains wet during the measurement.

5.3 The operating button

The device is operated by a single button:

The button is located directly under the display, slightly elevated and ‘clicks’ when pressed.

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Because of the safety it’s very important to hold the device UNDER the operating button and avoid each contact with the top plate.

5.3.1 Powering up the Pinhole Detector

Hold the button until the TQC logo shows on the display. As soon as the logo disappears the device is ready for use. Below the start-up screen and the main screen:

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TIP!

To test if the device detects an electronic contact briefly hold the crocodile clamp against the wet sponge. When functioning properly feedback is immediately given (audio / tactile), depending on the settings.

Connect the grounding clamp to an untreated piece of the substrate (which is electrically connected with the measurement area)

Place the wet sponge, on the substrate. The left side of the screen indicates that the ground cable is connected properly. If the coating in the selected position is in good condition, the right half of the screen will indicate this.

When current flows from the sponge wand to the grounding clamp, this indicates a defect in the

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5.3.2 Operating button functions

The button can be pressed several different ways to effectively be able to use it as three separate buttons. A slight buzz will indicate roll-over to the next button function.

‘Click’ A short press of the button up to half a second

‘Press’ A press of the button from half a second to one second

‘Hold’ Holding the button for at least 1 ½ seconds

5.4 How to operate the Pinhole Detector?

This section will describe how to operate the Pinhole Detector, as well as describing the hierarchy of the available menus and settings.

Configuring the device

After powering on (main screen) the menu can be opened using a ‘click’. Navigating the available

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5.4.1 Main menu

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In this menu, the device model- and serial number will be displayed. After ‘pressing’ the button device details such as calibration date and distributor location will be displayed.

Settings: automatic power down

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Setting: Product information

On this menu, the device model- and serial number will be displayed. After ‘pressing’ the button device

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5.4.3 Power on / off

Using this menu option the device can be powered down.

1. Navigate to the main menu

2. ‘hold’ the button until this screen appears:

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6. GENERAL MAINTENANCE

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6.1.2. Cleaning the device

We advise to clean te instrument with a soft dry cloth. Don’s use any solvents. In case of hard to remove stains a small amount of Isopropyl Alcohol may be used.

6.1.3 Cables and connectors

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6.1.4 Heat, moisture and dust

Protect the device from extreme heat. Do not leave the device on the dashboard of a car, near heaters or furnaces, or use direct heat to dry a wet device. When drying is required use a moisture absorbing cloth. Exposing the device to extreme temperatures may damage the screen, the plastic parts as well as the internal components. Do not leave the device in extremely dusty or wet places. Excessive dust and moisture exposure might damage the device and cause malfunctions or defects.

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guaranteed to take the loading and meet the safety requirements.

6.3 Calibration

The device will be supplied ready to use (calibrated). In the event re-calibration is required the device will indicate this to the user.

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6.4 Batteries

The battery status is displayed in the upper right corner of the display. The batteries will be emptier as the color of the indicator shifts to red and the bars decline. The use of rechargeable

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To prevent battery leakage remove batteries when the device is unused for a longer period of time. Store device in the original packing if possible.

The battery compartment is located under the screw cap (II). Keep the Low Voltage Pinhole

Detector horizontal when placing the batteries. First insert the + side of the battery. When the device is held vertically during battery placement, the batteries will ‘fall’ in. This impact may cause damage to the battery spring.

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7. SPECIFICATIONS TQC PINHOLE DETECTOR

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Sensisitivity: 100 k Ω at all voltages

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ANNEX A | LOW VOLTAGE PINHOLE DETECTOR EXPANSION KIT - LD8155

To have full access in any area a special Low Voltage Expansion Kit (Art. no. LD8155) is available. This kit comes without the Low Voltage Pinhole Detector, however the detector and its standard accessories can be stored in it.

The kit comes in a sturdy suitcase that contains:

ACCESSORY

1. Telescopic stick

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9. 10m Cable 4 mm Extra long ground cable

10. 1,25m Cable 4 mm Extension cable for the telescopic stick

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Trademark and copyright TQC

TQC B.V.

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E-mail: [email protected]

Website: http://www.tqc.eu

No part of this user guide may be reproduced by photocopy or print or any other means without express written permission from TQC.

Tekst .TQC BV, © 2012 TQC

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