Graco 313046M - Matrix 5 and Matrix 15 Meter Instructions

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INSTRUCTIONS

Matrix

®

Meter

5 & Matrix

®

15

313046M

EN

For dispensing oils and antifreeze over wireless communication with a Matrix system.

For professional use only.

Not approved for use in European explosive atmosphere locations.

Maximum Working Pressure: 1500 psi (10 MPa, 103 bar)

Maximum Flow Rate:14 gpm (53.0 lpm)

Important Safety Instructions

Read all warnings and instructions in this manual. Save these instructions.

NOTICE

This dispense valve is designed to dispense petroleum-based lubricants and antifreeze only.

Do not dispense windshield washer solvent with this dispense valve.

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Matrix 5 and Matrix 15 contain an RF device with the following approval:

FCC ID: TFB-FREESTAR

IC: 5969A-FREESTAR

2

Models

Models

All meters are preset to Quarts in the Graco factory.

Models with npt swivels

Matrix Name

Matrix 5

Model No.

256282

Swivel

1/2” npt(f)

Extension

Rigid

Matrix 5

Matrix 5

Matrix 5

Matrix 5

Matrix 15

Matrix 15

Matrix 15

Matrix 15

Matrix 15

256482

256483

256484

256485

256486

256487

256488

257120

257539

1/2” npt(f)

1/2” npt(f)

1/2” npt(f)

1/2” npt(f)

1/2” npt(f)

1/2” npt(f)

3/4” npt(f)

3/4” npt(f)

None

Flexible

Gear Lube

Rigid

Flexible

Rigid

Flexible

Rigid

Flexible

None

Models with BSPP swivels

Matrix Name Model No.

Matrix 5

Matrix 5

Matrix 5

Matrix 5

Matrix 5

Matrix 15

Matrix 15

Matrix 15

Matrix 15

24H134

24H136

24H138

24H140

24H142

24H144

24H146

24H148

24H158

Swivel

1/2” BSPP

1/2” BSPP

1/2” BSPP

1/2” BSPP

1/2” BSPP

1/2” BSPP

1/2” BSPP

3/4” BSPP

3/4” BSPP

Extension

Rigid

Flexible

Gear Lube

Rigid

Flexible

Rigid

Flexible

Rigid

Flexible

Models with BSPT swivels

Matrix Name Model No.

Matrix 5

Matrix 5

24H135

24H137

Matrix 5

Matrix 5

Matrix 5

Matrix 15

Matrix 15

Matrix 15

Matrix 15

24H139

24H141

24H143

24H145

24H147

24H149

24H159

Swivel

1/2” BSPT

1/2” BSPT

1/2” BSPT

1/2” BSPT

1/2” BSPT

1/2” BSPT

1/2” BSPT

3/4” BSPT

3/4” BSPT

Extension

Rigid

Flexible

Gear Lube

Rigid

Flexible

Rigid

Flexible

Rigid

Flexible

Quick Close Nozzle

Standard, Automatic, Non-drip

Standard, Automatic, Non-drip

Standard

Standard

Standard

High Flow

High Flow

High Flow

High Flow

None

Quick Close Nozzle

Standard, Automatic, Non-drip

Standard, Automatic, Non-drip

Standard

Standard

Standard

High Flow

High Flow

High Flow

High Flow

Quick Close Nozzle

Standard, Automatic, Non-drip

Standard, Automatic, Non-drip

Standard

Standard

Standard

High Flow

High Flow

High Flow

High Flow

Fluid

Oil

Oil

Gear Lube

Antifreeze

Antifreeze

Oil/Antifreeze

Oil/Antifreeze

Oil/Antifreeze

Oil/Antifreeze

Oil/Antifreeze

Fluid

Oil

Oil

Gear Lube

Antifreeze

Antifreeze

Oil/Antifreeze

Oil/Antifreeze

Oil/Antifreeze

Oil/Antifreeze

Fluid

Oil

Oil

Gear Lube

Antifreeze

Antifreeze

Oil/Antifreeze

Oil/Antifreeze

Oil/Antifreeze

Oil/Antifreeze

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Warnings

Warnings

The following warnings are for the setup, use, grounding, maintenance, and repair of this equipment. The exclamation point symbol alerts you to a general warning and the hazard symbol refers to procedure-specific risk. Refer back to these warnings. Additional, product-specific warnings may be found throughout the body of this manual where applicable.

WARNING

SKIN INJECTION HAZARD

High-pressure fluid from dispense valve, hose leaks, or ruptured components will pierce skin. This may look like just a cut, but it is a serious injury that can result in amputation. Get immediate surgical treatment.

• Do not point dispense valve at anyone or at any part of the body.

• Do not put your hand over the end of the dispense nozzle.

• Do not stop or deflect leaks with your hand, body, glove, or rag.

• Follow Pressure Relief Procedure in this manual, when you stop spraying and before cleaning, checking, or servicing equipment.

EQUIPMENT MISUSE HAZARD

Misuse can cause death or serious injury.

• Do not operate the unit when fatigued or under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

• Do not exceed the maximum working pressure or temperature rating of the lowest rated system component. See Technical Data in all equipment manuals.

• Use fluids and solvents that are compatible with equipment wetted parts. See Technical Data in all equipment manuals. Read fluid and solvent manufacturer’s warnings. For complete information about your material, request MSDS forms from distributor or retailer.

• Check equipment daily. Repair or replace worn or damaged parts immediately with genuine manufacturer’s replacement parts only.

• Do not alter or modify equipment.

• Use equipment only for its intended purpose. Call your distributor for information.

• Route hoses and cables away from traffic areas, sharp edges, moving parts, and hot surfaces.

• Do not kink or over bend hoses or use hoses to pull equipment.

• Keep children and animals away from work area.

• Comply with all applicable safety regulations.

BATTERY SAFETY

The battery may leak, explode, cause burns, or cause an explosion if mishandled:

• You must use the battery type specified for use with the equipment.

• Sparking can occur when changing batteries. Only replace the battery in a non-hazardous location, away from flammable fluids or fumes.

• Handle and dispose of battery properly - do not short circuit, charge, force over discharge, disassemble, crush, penetrate, incinerate, or heat the battery to a temperature exceeding 185° F (85° C).

FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD

When flammable fluids are present in the work area, such as gasoline and windshield wiper fluid, be aware that flammable fumes can ignite or explode. To help prevent fire and explosion:

• Use equipment only in well ventilated area.

• Eliminate all ignition sources, such as cigarettes and portable electric lamps.

• Keep work area free of debris, including rags and spilled or open containers of solvent and gasoline.

• Do not plug or unplug power cords or turn lights on or off when flammable fumes are present.

• Ground all equipment in the work area.

• Use only grounded hoses.

• If there is static sparking or you feel a shock, stop operation immediately.

Do not use equipment until you identify and correct the problem.

• Keep a working fire extinguisher in the work area.

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Meter Overview

Meter Overview

Navigation and Modes

Meter Display

Adjusting Screen Contrast using ARROWS

On the Main Utility Setup Screen (page 5), use the

LEFT and RIGHT ARROWS to adjust the screen contrast.

• Darken the Screen: Press the RIGHT ARROW multiple times.

• Brighten the Screen: Press the LEFT ARROW multiple times.

Asleep / Awake Mode

• Asleep: Battery-saving mode. In dispense mode, the display goes blank after 5 minutes of inactivity.

• Awake : Display comes awake from sleep mode when you press any ARROW or the center ENTER button on the meter’s keypad or when you squeeze the trigger to dispense fluid.

Locking and Unlocking Trigger

5-Way Menu

Navigation Keypad

F IG . 1 ti11824

5-Way Menu Navigation Keypad (F

IG

. 1)

• Includes 4 direction ARROWS (UP, DOWN, LEFT,

RIGHT) and a center, ENTER button.

• Pressing the direction ARROWS allows user to easily scroll through menus. To select/store your selection, you must press the center, ENTER button on meter’s keypad.

• Pressing and holding the direction ARROW down allows user to scroll through menus quickly.

Unlocked

Locked

F IG . 2

The locking trigger feature allows the user to lock the trigger in the dispense position as shown in F IG . 2. To release the lock, firmly squeeze the trigger to the handle.

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Registering the Meter

Registering the Meter

Graco recommends registering the meter prior to installation.

NOTE: Before registering the meter, use the Matrix PC software to enter setup information pertaining to the:

• Transceiver,

• Tank Level Monitor (TLM),

• Tank Set Up, and (optional)

• Pump Air Control (PAC).

If this has not been done first, the software will display an error when attempting to set up meter.

Main Utility Setup Screens (F

IG

. 4)

The Main Utility Screen displays a list of available Setup

Screens. This list also includes a link (QUIT) back to the

Operation Screens.

• REGISTER

• RF TEST

• UPGRADE

• EMERGENCY

• QUIT

Displaying Register Utility Screen

REGISTER

RF TEST

UPGRADE

EMERGENCY

QUIT

3.01.001

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F IG . 4

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F IG . 3

1. If you are on a Dispense Screen, to display the Main

Utility Screen, first hold down the RIGHT ARROW

(a) only, for a few seconds (F IG . 3).

2. Then at the same time, also hold down the center,

ENTER button (b) (F IG . 3). Hold both buttons down until the Main Utility Screen shown in F IG . 4 dis-

plays.

3. Use the UP or DOWN arrow to move the cursor up and down the list until it is over the REGISTER option on the list.

4. Press the center ENTER button on meter’s keypad to select the REGISTER option. The Register

Screen shown in F IG . 5 displays.

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Registering the Meter

REGISTER Screen

F IG . 5

REGISTER

NETWORK ID 8 TRANS ID 6

A

C

B

E

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A. NETWORK ID : The unique Radio Frequency (RF) assigned to components of the same operating system in a specific facility. The unique NETWORK ID assigned to the facility, prevents RF interference from other Matrix

Systems operating in the vicinity, at other locations.

There are 8 NETWORK ID’s available.

To setup a meter to receive the correct NETWORK ID

RF signal, use the UP or DOWN ARROWS to scroll, one number at a time, through the NETWORK ID numbers (1-8). When the correct NETWORK ID number assigned to your facility is displayed in the field/box, press center ENTER button on meter’s keypad to lock in the choice.

B. TRANS ID: The unique RF frequency assigned to a specific transceiver in the operating system. Each transceiver in the system has its own TRANS(ciever) ID number assigned to it. An operating system can have more than one transceiver. There are 8 TRANS ID’s available.

To set up a meter to receive the correct TRANS ID RF

Signal, use the UP or DOWN ARROWS to scroll, one number at a time, through the TRANS ID numbers (1-8).

When the number assigned to the transceiver you are using displays in the field/box, press center ENTER button on meter’s keypad to lock in the choice.

C. REGISTER /field: Sends message to Matrix PC

Software to register the meter with the operating system.

Use the LEFT or RIGHT ARROWS to move the cursor over the REGISTER field/box on the display. Then press center, ENTER button on meter’s keypad, to confirm the selection.

D. WRENCH Icon: Returns user to Main Utility Screen.

Use the LEFT or RIGHT ARROWS to move the cursor over the WRENCH Icon on the display. Then press center, ENTER button on meter’s keypad, to confirm the selection.

E. SERIAL Number: Unique meter ID.

Registering Meter with Matrix PC Software

1. The screen displays the NETWORK ID (A) and

TRANS(ceiver) ID (B) (F IG . 5) currently assigned to the meter.

2. If the ID’s in both fields are correct and you do not need to make any changes, use LEFT or RIGHT

ARROWS to move cursor over REGISTER (C).

Press center ENTER button on meter’s keypad. The meter resets to it’s initial screen.

OR . . .

If the NETWORK ID or TRANS ID information shown on the display is NOT correct: a. Use LEFT or RIGHT ARROWS to move cursor to NETWORK ID field and/or TRANS ID field. b. When field you want to modify is selected, use

UP or DOWN ARROWS to scroll forward or backward through the available NETWORK ID or TRANS ID numbers. c. When correct ID number displays, press center

ENTER button on meter’s keypad to confirm your choice. If necessary, use LEFT or RIGHT

ARROWS to move cursor to the next field and repeat this procedure. d. When both the NETWORK ID and TRANS ID fields display the correct information, use LEFT or RIGHT ARROWS to move cursor over REG-

ISTER. Press center ENTER button on the meter’s keypad to complete meter registration.

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e. The meter resets and returns to it’s initial screen.

NOTE: If the meter is not able to communicate with the

PC during registration, the message NO SIGNAL or NO

PC SIGNAL appears on the meter display.

NO SIGNAL message means:

• There is no RF signal between the PC and

Meter.

• The meter is out of the RF Signal range.

• The Transceiver does not have power.

• Either the NETWORK ID and/or TRANS-

CEIVER ID information is not correct in the meter and the correct information must be provided.

NO PC SIGNAL message means:

• The Matrix Client isn’t running.

• The cable is not connected between the PC and

Transceiver.

f.

After the information is programmed into the electronic meter, the meter can be connected to the dispensing hose.

NOTE: If the programmed parameters need to be changed, the meter must be reprogrammed.

Registering the Meter

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RF Test

RF Test

An RF Test is performed before a Matrix System and meters are installed at a site to evaluate the strength of the RF signal and determine the number of

Transceivers that will be needed and where they should be installed in the facility.

In order to perform this test, a test computer with the

Matrix PC software installed and a Transceiver are located in the area of the shop that the installed

Transceiver will be located. The tester then uses a meter to evaluate the strength of the RF Signal between the Transceiver and meter at each potential meter location throughout the shop.

4. Use RIGHT ARROW to move cursor over START

(F IG . 7).

TEST RF

NETWORK ID 8 TRANS ID 6

START

F IG . 7

123F456A

REGISTER

RF TEST

UPGRADE

EMERGENCY

QUIT

5. Use center ENTER button to confirm the selection.

The meter sends an RF signal to the Transceiver.

If the signal is good on the following message displays on the meter screen (F IG . 8):

RETRIES: 0 (or 1-5)

GOOD SIGNAL

F IG . 6

3.01.001

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TEST RF

1. On the Main Utility Screen, use the UP or DOWN

ARROWS to select the RF TEST option on the list.

Then press the center ENTER button on meter’s keypad to confirm the selection.

To perform the RF TEST:

2. Holding the meter, walk around the shop to a potential meter installation work area.

3. Verify that the Network ID and Trans ID assigned to the meter are correct. If they are not correct, you must first register the meter. (See Registering the

Meter, page 5).

F IG . 8

NETWORK ID 8 TRANS ID 6

RETRIES = 0

GOOD SIGNAL

123F456A

START

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Upgrade

If the signal is weak or there is not a signal at all. one of the following message appears on the meter screen

(F IG . 9).

NOTE: The meter is programmed to try sending a signal to the Transceiver 5 times before displaying the BAD

SIGNAL message.

Upgrade

This feature is used to modify the firmware software used by the meter when a new and upgraded version of the software is released or a new feature is added.

When this is required, your Graco distributor will contact you to arrange the upgrade.

TEST RF

NETWORK ID 8 TRANS ID 6

RETRIES = 5

BAD SIGNAL

123F456A

START

REGISTER

RF TEST

UPGRADE

EMERGENCY

QUIT

3.01.001

F IG . 10

TEST RF

NETWORK ID 8 TRANS ID 6

RETRIES = 0

NO PC SIGNAL

123F456A

START

F IG . 9

Emergency

If the communication link between the meter and PC is lost due to power loss or the computer crashing, the meter will continue to function if it is placed in

Emergency Mode.

6. After the final area has been tested, use the LEFT

ARROW to move the cursor to the Wrench Icon.

Press the center ENTER button on meter’s keypad to confirm the selection and return to the Main Utility

Screen.

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REGISTER

RF TEST

UPGRADE

EMERGENCY

QUIT

3.01.001

1. On the Main Utility Screen, use the UP or DOWN

ARROWS to select the EMERGENCY option on the list. Then press the center ENTER button to confirm the selection.

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Emergency

2. The Emergency Screen appears. The cursor is already in position for entering the first number of the Emergency Code. Use the UP or DOWN

ARROWS to scroll through the numbers 0-9 until the first number of the unique Emergency Code assigned to that meter appears in the field.

EMERGENCY MODE

2 1 2 2

F IG . 12

ENTER QUIT

3. Use the center ENTER to confirm the selection. The cursor moves to the next field.

4. Repeat steps 2-3 until all 4 numbers have been entered. After the 4th number of the Emergency

Code is entered the cursor automatically moves to the ENTER on the display.

5. Press the center ENTER button to confirm the selection.

6. The Dispense Screen displays on the meter.

NOTE: When the meter is put in Emergency Mode:

• All pending work orders will be deleted from the work order queue in the meter. They will have to be entered again by the System Administrator on the

PC.

• New work orders cannot be added at the meter.

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Installation

Installation

Typical Installations (F

IG

. 13)

The typical installation shown in F IG . 13 is only a guide.

It is not a complete system design. Contact your Graco distributor for assistance in designing a system to suit your needs.

NOTICE

The dispense valve is not designed for in-line installation.

ITEM DESCRIPTION

C

D

A

B

Electronic metered dispense valve

Fluid shut-off valve

Hose

Hose reel fluid inlet hose

E Hose reel

A Thermal Relief Kit (not shown) is required. The kit required will vary by pump selected.

Mounting Bracket (F

IG

. 14)

Mounting Bracket Kit 249440 is available for resting the dispense valve on a console.

B

D

E

C

A ti11010a

F IG . 14 ti11822

F IG . 13

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Drum Mount Bracket (F

IG

. 15)

Mounting Bracket 15B750 is available for resting the dispense valve on a drum.

Pressure Relief Procedure

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F IG . 15

Oil Bar (F

IG

. 16)

An Oil Bar Kit is available for mounting one to three meters. See your Graco Distributor or contact Graco

Customer Service for ordering details.

This equipment will stay pressurized until the pressure has been manually relieved. To reduce the risk of serious injury from pressurized fluid, accidental spray from the dispense valve or splashing fluid, follow this

Pressure Relief Procedure when ever you:

• Are instructed to relieve pressure.

• Check, clean or service any system equipment.

• Install or clean fluid nozzles or filter.

1. Turn off power supply to the pump or close upstream ball valve.

2. Open nozzle. Trigger the dispense valve into a waste container to relieve pressure.

3. Open any bleed-type master air valves and fluid drain valves in the system.

4. Leave the drain valve open until you are ready to pressurize the system.

Grounding

FIRE HAZARD : Conductive metal surfaces on the meter must not make contact with any positively charged metal surface, including (but not limited to), the starter solenoid terminal, alternator terminal or battery terminal. Such contact could cause electrical arcing and a fire.

F IG . 16

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The equipment must be grounded. Grounding reduces the risk of static and electric shock by providing an escape wire for the electrical current due to static build up or in the event of a short circuit.

Pump: Follow manufacturer’s recommendations.

Air and fluid hoses: Only use electrically conductive hoses. Check electrical resistance of hoses. If total resistance to ground exceeds 29 megohms, replace hose immediately.

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Air compressor: Follow manufacturer’s recommendations.

Fluid supply container: Follow local code.

To maintain grounding continuity when flushing or relieving pressure: hold a metal part of the dispense valve firmly to the side of a grounded metal pail, then trigger the valve.

Pre-Installation Procedure

3. Slowly open the main fluid valve.

a. Place the hose end (with no dispense valve connected) into a container for waste oil.

b. Secure the hose in the container so it will not come out during flushing. c. If you have multiple dispense positions, first flush the dispense position farthest from the pump and work your way toward the pump.

4. Slowly open the shut-off valve (B) at the dispense position. Flush out a sufficient amount of oil to ensure that the entire system is clean; then close the valve.

5. Repeat Step 4 at all other positions.

1.

Relieve pressure

, page 12.

2. Close the shut-off valve (B, F IG . 13).

3. Ground the hose and reel or console, page 12.

Leave at least two threads bare when using PTFE tape. The bare threads ensure a ground is maintained.

Installation Procedure

NOTICE

• If this is a new installation or if the fluid lines are contaminated, flush the lines before you install the metered valve. Contaminated lines could cause the valve to leak.

• Never dispense compressed air with meter. Doing so will damage meter.

Flushing

Installing Meter (F

IG

. 17)

1.

Relieve pressure

, page 12.

a

32

31

If this is an existing installation, go to Installing Meter

section, page 13. The following procedure, Steps 1-5

are the Flushing Procedure.

1. Close the fluid shut-off valve (B, F IG . 13, page 11) at

each dispense position.

2. Make sure:

• the main fluid outlet valve at the pump is closed,

• the air pressure to the pump motor is adjusted, and

• the air valve is open. ti10983a

F IG . 17

2. Slide the swivel boot (32) back, over the hose, small end first to access the swivel fitting (a).

3. Apply thread sealant to the male threads of the hose fitting. Thread the hose fitting into the meter swivel

(31). Use two wrenches to tighten securely (F IG .

17).

NOTE: Make sure you let the sealant cure to the manufacturer’s recommendations before circulating fluid through the system.

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Installation

Installing Tube Extension (F

IG

. 18)

b

20 a

Installing Nozzle (F

IG

. 19)

20

33 c ti10615A2

F IG . 18

1.

a. Loosen nut (a). b. Thread extension (20) into housing (b) until it bottoms out. c. Align extension (20) with meter housing and handle (c). d. Firmly tighten nut (a). ti10615A

F IG . 19

1.

a. Thread new nozzle (33) onto extension (20). b. With an open-end adjustable wrench on flats of nozzle bushing, tighten firmly.

NOTE:

• Only tighten nozzle with wrench on flats of the nozzle bushing.

• Do not disassemble the bushing from nozzle.

Disassembly will affect performance of the nozzle.

2. Open automatic twist lock nozzle and all fluid shut-off valves. Start pump to pressurize system.

3. To ensure dispensing accuracy, purge all air from the fluid lines and dispense valve before you use it.

4. Set the system flow to the desired flow rate.

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Setup

Setup

Battery Indicator

A battery icon appears on the upper right corner of most

Setup and Dispense screens. When the batteries are fully charged, the battery will be completely filled in. As the battery discharges, the amount of battery that is

filled in will decline. For example, the battery in F IG . 20

is at about 50%.

NOTE: The meter’s operating parameters are controlled by the Matrix PC Software and setup by the System

Administrator. See the Matrix 3 Software instruction manual for these instructions.

F IG . 20

ENTER

MOBIL1 5W-20

PIN CODE

2 1 2 2

Meter Calibration

Meter calibration is performed using the Matrix PC software. Refer to the Matrix 3 Software instruction manual for this procedure.

Security Modes

When the meter was originally programmed by the system administrator, one of the following security choices was entered:

• PIN Code

• Parts Room Authorization

• System Monitoring

Prior to dispensing, it may be necessary to complete one of the following security procedures, depending on the security mode set by the system administrator.

PIN Code (F

IG

. 21)

MOBIL1 5W-20

PIN CODE

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F IG . 21

PIN Code (Personal Identification Number) means that a four digit number must be entered at the meter before every new dispense to obtain dispense authorization.

To use a meter with PIN Code security:

1. Use the UP or DOWN ARROWS to select the first

PIN Code number field.

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Setup

2. Press the UP or DOWN ARROWS to scroll through the numbers 0-9. When the correct numeral appears in the field, press center ENTER button on meter’s keypad to select the number. After a number is entered, the cursor automatically moves to the right, to the next number field.

3. Continue this process until the complete, 4-digit PIN

Code has been entered.

4. After the last number is entered, the cursor moves over ENTER. Press center ENTER button on the meter’s keypad to send the PIN Code entry to the

PC.

5. The PC recognizes the PIN Code entered, and authorizes the meter to begin the dispense.

Parts Room Authorization (F

IG

. 22)

F IG . 22

REQUEST

MOBIL1 5W-20

AUTHORIZATION

REQUIRED

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This mode provides highest level of security and requires a Parts Room Administrator to authorize each dispense. Before each dispense the meter displays the message: AUTHORIZATION REQUIRED . To send an authorization request to the Parts Room Administrator:

1. Move cursor to select the REQUEST on the display and push the center ENTER button on meter’s keypad to send the authorization request to the Parts

Room.

2. After sending the request, the message PLEASE

WAIT appears at the top of the screen as shown in

F IG . 23.

F IG . 23

REQUEST

MOBIL1 5W-20

PLEASE WAIT

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3. You will not receive a message at the meter saying the Parts Room Administrator has authorized the meter to begin the dispense.

There are two ways to determine when the meter is ready:

• Press the center ENTER button to select

REQUEST again. If the meter has received authorization from the Parts Room Administrator, the meter display will change to either the

Dispense Screen or, if the meter was programmed to process work orders, the Work

Order Enter/Select screen will appear (see

Work Orders and Job Numbers, page 17).

OR

• Wait for the meter to fall asleep. When you press any button to wake it up, if the meter has been authorized for the dispense, the Dispense

Screen will display.

NOTE: The Parts Room Administrator can choose to reject the dispense request. If a request is rejected, the

PLEASE WAIT message on the display will be replaced with REJECTED and the meter will not be allowed to dispense.

System Monitoring

When system monitoring is selected, no security authorization is required prior to making a dispense. Any amount of fluid dispensed is automatically sent by the meter to the PC where it is recorded for future reference.

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Setup

Work Orders and Job Codes

Refer to the Matrix 3 Software manual for instructions on creating and sending Work Orders and Job Codes using the PC and/or Global Work Orders .

The System Administrator can program the meter to process work orders using one of the following methods:

• Work Order/Job Code at the PC only

• Work Order/Job Code at the PC and Meter

Work Orders can have a maximum of (8) characters.

The Job Code can have a maximum of (3) characters.

The Work Order number is separated from the Job

Code with a dash (-) (F IG . 24).

On the meter, use the UP or DOWN ARROWS to scroll through the list of entered work orders.

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F IG . 25

ENTER W.O

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

W E B

On meters configured to enter Work Orders and Job

Codes at the PC and

meter, the screen shown in F IG .

26 displays before the Dispense Screen.

Work orders entered at the meter appear at the beginning of the Work Order list on the meter and are placed ahead of Work Orders previously entered on the

PC.

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MOBIL1 5W-20

F IG . 24

The numbers, 0 - 9; alphabet characters, A - Z; and period (.), forward slash (/) and dash (-) or space characters can be used when assigning a Work Order or

Job Number. One Work Order can require more than one service.

NOTE: One naming convention that can be implemented for identifying different services on a Work

Order is adding an extension to the end of the order number (i.e., 123456.oil, 123456.atf).

On meters configured to enter Work Orders and Job

Codes at the PC only, the screen shown in F IG . 25 displays before the Dispense Screen.

The meter can receive any number of work orders. New work orders added at the PC will appear at the end of the work order list.

SELECT ti12270a

F IG . 26

ENTER NEW

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Setup

To Display PC Created Work Order on the

Meter:

The screen shown in F IG . 27 (a) (meters set to receive

Work Orders and Job Numbers from the PC only) or (b)

(meter set to receive Work Orders and Job Numbers from the PC or created at the meter), displays before a dispense can be made by the meter.

To view the Work Orders in the Work Order Queue:

1. Use the UP or DOWN ARROWS to display the work orders.

2. When the work order that applies to the vehicle you are servicing appears on the display, press the

ENTER button to start a dispense.

(a)

MOBIL1 5W-20

Creating Work Order at the Meter (F

IG

. 28)

Using the UP ARROW displays the numbers, 0 - 9 and then alphabet letters, A - Z. By using the DOWN

ARROW when the blank field is displays will also provide the period (.) ; forward slash (/); dash (-) characters; or space can be used.

To enter a new work order at the meter:

1. Use the LEFT ARROW to position the cursor over

ENTER NEW.

2. Press center ENTER button on the meter’s keypad to select the ENTER NEW option.

3. The cursor automatically is positioned on the first field of the Enter Work Order screen. Use the UP or

DOWN ARROWS to scroll through the list of numbers, letters and characters or a field can be left blank.

ENTER W.O

SELECT ti12257a

(b) MOBIL1 5W-20

SELECT

F IG . 27 ti12270

18

ENTER NEW

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

W E B

F IG . 28

CANCEL ENTER

4. When the number, letter or character you want to use displays, press the center ENTER button on meter’s keypad to confirm the selection. The cursor automatically advances to the next field.

5. Repeat this procedure for all Work Order and Job

Number fields on the display.

After the last field has been completed, the cursor will automatically move to the CANCEL.

6. To Cancel the new Work Order and Job Number you just created on the meter, press the center

ENTER button on meter’s keypad to select the Cancel option.

To Select the new Work Order and Job Number you just created on the meter, use the LEFT ARROW to move the cursor to ENTER on the display. Press the

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center ENTER button on the meter’s keypad. This new work order now appears as the first item in the

Work Order Queue.

7. The work order selection screen displays. You can either select the work order you just created or use the UP or DOWN ARROWS to scroll through the list of all work orders in the queue until you find the work order that applies to the vehicle you are servicing.

MOBIL1 5W-20

12345 - 12

SELECT

F IG . 29

8. Use the LEFT or RIGHT ARROWS to move cursor to SELECT. Press the center ENTER button on the meter’s keypad to confirm the work order selection.

Setup

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Dispense

Dispense

The meter dispense options are determined by the

System Administrator at the time the meter is programmed. Meter dispense options include:

• Manual Dispense Mode

• Preset Dispense Mode

• Restricted Preset Dispense Mode

• Fixed Preset Dispsense Mode

NOTE: To change the meter from one mode to another, you must edit the meter’s profile.

select END (F IG . 31).

MOBIL1 5W-20

0.00

QTS

Manual Dispense Mode

To dispense fluid in this mode:

1. If necessary, enter the PIN Code or Parts Room

Authorization request (15 and 17) and, if the meter

is set to use Work Orders and Job Codes, select or

add a Work Order (page 17).

2. The Manual Dispense Screen (F IG . 30) displays.

Press the center ENTER button on the meter’s keypad to select ACTIVATE. You will hear a loud click at the meter indicating it is now ready to begin dispensing fluid

MOBIL1 5W-20

0.00

QTS

END

F IG . 31

The meter sends the dispense report to the PC.

Preset Dispense

To dispense fluid in this mode:

1. If necessary enter the PIN Code or Parts Room

Authorization request (pages 15 and 17) and, if the

meter is set to use Work Orders and Job Codes,

select or add a Work Order (page 17).

2. The Preset Dispense Screen displays. Press the center ENTER button on the meter’s keypad to select the ACTIVATE. You will hear a loud click at the meter indicating it is now ready to begin dispensing fluid.

MOBIL1 5W-20

F IG . 30

ACTIVATE

3. Pull the trigger to begin the dispense. The meter counts up until you release the trigger.

4. When you have finished the dispense, press the center ENTER button on the meter’s keypad to

0.00

QTS

F IG . 32

ACTIVATE

3. The display changes to show the Preset Amount.

The UP or DOWN ARROWS can be used to

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Dispense increase or decrease this amount. If you change the amount you must press the center ENTER button on the meter’s keypad to confirm the new amount before you begin dispensing fluid.

b. PRESET - returns meter to PRESET mode and continues the current preset dispense where it was stopped.

c. END - ends the dispense and sends final report to PC.

MOBIL1 5W-20

STOPPED

0.00

QTS

20.0

4.50

QTS xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

20.0

TOP OFF PRESET END

F IG . 33

4. Pull the trigger to begin the dispense. The meter counts up from 0. The progression bar also provides a visual display of the dispense.

NOTE: If at any time before reaching the preset dispense amount, you want to stop the dispense, STOP on the bottom of the screen can be selected.

MOBIL1 5W-20

2.25

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

QTS

4.5

F IG . 35

5. When the preset amount has been dispensed the meter will click loudly and release the trigger, stopping the dispense.

6. You now have the option to choose either:

• TOP OFF if you need to add additional fluid.

The amount of top off allowed can be limited during meter programming.

OR . . .

• END to finish the dispense and send the dispense report to the PC.

TOP OFF

STOP

F IG . 34

The screen shown in F IG . 35 displays. Use the LEFT or

RIGHT ARROW and center ENTER s to select one of three options: a. TOP OFF - the dispense can be continued in

TOP OFF mode (see description of TOP OFF, on this page.

F IG . 36

TOP OFF

DONE

4.50

QTS xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

END

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Dispense

1. To TOP OFF, press the center ENTER button on the meter’s keypad to select TOP OFF on the display (the cursor will automatically be positioned over this option when the meter clicks off).

2. Squeeze trigger to dispense additional fluid.

The amount dispensed on the display will continue to count up. Unless there is a preset limit on the amount you are allowed to top off and you have reached the limit, you can squeeze the trigger again to dispense more fluid.

To end the TOP OFF release trigger. The cursor will be over the END option on the display.

3. Use the center ENTER button on the meter’s keypad to select END on the display.

The meter sends the dispense report to the PC.

END

If you do not need to dispense additional fluid, use the

LEFT ARROW to move the cursor to END on the display. Press center ENTER button on the meter’s keypad to confirm the selection.

The meter sends the dispense report to the PC.

Restricted Preset Dispense

When meters are programmed in restricted preset mode, workorders are required for proper operation.

The specified dispense value cannot be increased, only decreased. The functionality of this feature is identical to

Preset Dispense Mode except that the preset value can only be decreased with the DOWN ARROW.

Fixed Preset Dispense

When meters are programmed in fixed preset mode,

Global workorders and workorder entry at the meter are required for proper operation. The specified dispense valve cannot be increased or decreased. The functionality of this feature is identical to Preset

Dispense Mode except that the preset valve cannot be modified.

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Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

• Relieve pressure

, page 12, before you check or repair the meter. Be sure all other valves, controls and pump

are operating properly.

• When calling for Technical Assistance you may be asked to provide the Software Version that is being used by your meter. Refer to F IG . 5, page 6, item E for help determining where this information is shown on your meter.

Problem

Battery dead icon is present.

Display does not activate.

Cannot read display

Slow or no fluid flow.

Displayed dispensed amount is not accurate.

Meter leaks from cover/control.

Cause Solution

Batteries are low.

Batteries are defective.

Replace batteries, page 26.

Replace batteries, page 26.

Electronic control is malfunctioning.

Replace the electronic bezel assembly. Order Kit 255886.

Transceiver not connected to PC Check USB connection between

Transceiver and PC and reconnect if loose of disconnected.

Contrast is set too high or too low to be viewed in work area

Adjust contrast. See Adjusting

Screen Contrast Using LEFT or

RIGHT ARROWS, page 4.

1.

Relieve pressure

, page 12.

Filter is clogged.

Pump pressure is low.

Twist lock nozzle not fully open.

2. Clean or replace filter. Order Filter Kit 255885.

3. If the problem remains, contact your Graco distributor for repair or replacement.

Increase pump pressure.

Aim nozzle into bucket or rag. Fully open nozzle.

Shut-off valve is not fully open.

Foreign material is jammed in the meter housing.

Unit needs to be calibrated for the fluid that is being dispensed.

Poor seal at metering cover chamber.

Do not trigger meter when nozzle is closed!

If you do accidentally trigger the meter with the nozzle closed, point nozzle into a waste bucket and open the nozzle to relieve pressure and expel built up fluid.

Fully open shut-off valve.

Contact your Graco distributor for repair or replacement.

Calibrate the meter for the fluid that is being dispensed.

Contact your Graco distributor for repair or replacement.

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Troubleshooting

Problem

Meter leaks from twist lock nozzle.

• It is important to distinguish between the two causes of this problem. A new nozzle will NOT correct a fluid leak caused by a faulty valve.

Cause

Twist lock nozzle has a damaged seal.

Valve has damaged or obstructed seals.

Meter leaks from swivel.

Unit does not stop dispensing when assumed preset amount is dispensed.

Solution

Replace nozzle. See Step 1 in Installation Procedure, page 14.

Clean valve stem o-rings.

Poor swivel/hose connection.

Apply PTFE tape (leave a minimum 2 engaged threads uncovered for electrical continuity) or sealant to threads of hose and tighten the connection.

See Step 3 in Installation Procedure, page 13.

Torque the fitting to 20-25 ft.-lbs.

Poor swivel/meter housing connection.

Swivel seals have deteriorated and leak.

Replace swivel.

Valve is dirty or seals are defective.

Clean valve or replace valve seal.

Low battery.

Replace batteries, page 26.

Solenoid not functioning (Preset only).

Replace solenoid.

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Troubleshooting

Error Codes

Error codes are listed below. Even in an error condition the unit keeps track of the amount dispensed. With any error code displayed you must end a dispense.

Error Code

Error 2

Error 4

Error 7

Cause

Switch Error: Error occurred with pick-up in internal gear.

Solution

Ensure that your flow rate is not higher than 14 gpm (37.8 lpm). For further assistance, contact your

Graco distributor.

or

Unit was dropped or unit encountered excessive vibration during shipping.

Flow has continued after it should have shut off.

End Dispense

End Dispense or

Flow has occurred in lockout condition.

CAP ERROR: Error has occurred in control.

Replace electronic bezel assembly.

Order Kit 255886.

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Service

Service

Replacing the Battery

• Only use the size and type of batteries specified in this manual.

Batteries required to meet life expectancy:

• Energizer E91

• Be sure to follow the correct polarity when installing batteries in the battery compartment (F IG .

37). Reversed batteries may damage this meter.

• Do not mix different types of batteries together or old batteries with fresh ones. Always replace all 4 batteries with 4, fresh, new batteries.

47

Battery

Orientation

To change the battery:

1. Press firmly on battery compartment cover. Using a flat screwdriver turn latch screw counter-clockwise

1/2 turn.

2. Remove the battery compartment cover and batteries.

3. Install new batteries. See F IG . 37 for battery orientation.

F IG . 37 ti10984a

.

4. Replace cover. The cover is designed to only fit on battery compartment one way. The notch (a) on cover fits into slot (b) on compartment. (F IG . 38).

(b)

(a)

F IG . 38

5. Press down firmly on cover. Using a flat screwdriver turn latch screw clockwise 1/4 turn.

26 313046M

Notes

Notes

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Meter Parts

Meter Parts

(

Ref Part Description Qty

24a

24b

24c

24d

24e

24f

31

8

9

6

7

3a

3b

3c

5

11

12

15

17

18

2

3

18a

19

24

115477 SCREW, mach, torx pan hd

255889 KIt, repair, trip rod, includes 3a-3c and instruction manual 312944

BALL,5 MM, carbide

ROD

SPRING, compression 10.67 mm

120812 O-RING, seal

15K418 TRIGGER, meter

15K443 ARM, trip

15K446 PLATE, ratchet

15K464 GUARD, bumper

HOUSING, meter

15W093 SOLENOID

15K602 SPRING, torsion

255197 MODULE, battery

255886 KIT, repair, electronic bezel, includes 18a and instruction manual 312942

LABEL, control, overlay

120850 PIN, dowel M4

255888 KIT, repair, seals and spring only, includes 24a-24d and instruction manual 312939

16F811 KIT, repair, valve and seal, includes 24a-24f and instruction

6

1

1 manual 312939

PACKING, o-ring

PACKING, o-ring

PACKING, o-ring

1

1

3

SPRING, compression 6.1 x 76mm 1

CARTRIDGE, valve

STEM, valve

247344 SWIVEL, straight, 1/2-14 NPT,

1

1

1 includes 31a (used with 256282,

256482, 256483, 256484, 256485,

256486, 256487)

247345 SWIVEL, straight, 3/4-14 NPT includes 31a (used with 256488 &

1

257120)

24H097 SWIVEL, straight, 1/2-14 BSPT includes 31a (used with 24H135,

24H137, 24H139, 24H141,

24H143, 24H145, 24H147)

24H099 SWIVEL, straight, 3/4-14 BSPT includes 31a (used with 24H149 &

1

1

24H159)

24H098 SWIVEL, straight, 1/2-14 BSPP includes 31a (used with 24H134,

24H136, 24H138, 24H140,

24H142, 24H144, 24H146)

24H100 SWIVEL, straight, 3/4-14 BSPP includes 31a (used with 24H148 &

24H158)

31a 105765 O-RING

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

3

1

1

1

1

1

1

Ref Part Description

32 15T366 BOOT, swivel, 3/4” hose,NPT and

BSPT, black (standard with meter)

15T367 BOOT, swivel, 3/4” hose,NPT and

BSPT, red

15T368 BOOT, swivel, 3/4” hose,NPT and

BSPT, blue

15T369 BOOT, swivel, 3/4” hose, NPT and

34

34a

34b

BSPT,green

15T370 BOOT, swivel, 3/4” hose,NPT and

BSPT, yellow

125961 BOOT, swivel, SD, BSPP, black

126115 BOOT, swivel,SD, BSPP,, red

126116 BOOT, swivel, SD, BSPP, blue

126117 BOOT, swivel, SD, BSPP, green

126118 BOOT, swivel, SD, BSPP, yellow

255885 KIT, filter, includes 34a-34c

KIT, filter, wire, 40 mesh

PACKING, o-ring (not included on

257539)

SPACER, strainer

121413 BATTERY, pkg, 4 count, alkaline,

34c

47

AA (page 26)

49  15T259 LABEL, CE

51

52

53

15T603 GUARD, right

15T604 GUARD, left

117436 SCREW, thd forming

Qty

1

1

1

1

1

10

1

1

2

1

1

10

10

1

1

1

1

1

1

 Replacement Danger and Warning labels, tags and cards are available at no cost.

28 313046M

Meter Parts

3 Torque to 15-25 IN. LBS

5 Torque to 20-30 FT. LBS

32

18a 18

17 / 47

34

34c

34b

34a

52

5

31

31a

51

24b

24a

5 24e

3

2

53

24d

24c

12

3b

3a

3c

3

49

15

5

11

6

19

7

24f

24c

9

8 ti10617a

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Nozzle (33) and Extension (20) Kits

Nozzle (33) and Extension (20) Kits

Part No.

Description Fluid Type

255852*

Automatic, non-drip quick close nozzle with rigid extension.

Oil ti11826

255853*

Automatic, non-drip quick close nozzle with flexible extension

Oil ti11827 ti11825 ti11827

255854

Non-drip, quick close nozzle with rigid extension

Gear Lube ti11830 ti11831

255855*

Non-drip, quick close nozzle with rigid extension

Anti-freeze ti11828 ti11826

255856*

Non-drip, quick close nozzle with flexible extension

Anti-freeze

*Used for dispensing 5gpm (22.7 lpm) or less.

ti11828 ti11825 continued on page 32

30 313046M

Nozzle (33) and Extension (20) Kits

Part No.

Description Fluid Type

255857

Non-drip, quick close, high-flow nozzle with rigid extension

Oil and

Anti-freeze ti11826 ti11829

255858

Non-drip, quick close, high flow nozzle with flexible extension

Oil and

Anti-freeze ti11825 ti11829

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Nozzle (33) and Extension (20) Kits

Nozzle (33) Kits

255459* Automatic, non-drip, quick-close nozzle

• BODY, nozzle

• O-RING, packing

• SPRING, compression

• O-RING, packing

• STEM, nozzle, valve

• SEAT, valve

255460* Automatic, non-drip, quick-close nozzle

• BODY, nozzle

• SPRING, compression

• O-RING, packing

• STEM, nozzle, valve

• O-RING, packing

• SEAT, valve

255461

255470

Automatic, non-drip, high-flow nozzle

• STEM, nozzle

• BODY, nozzle

• O-RING, packing

• O-RING, packing

• O-RING, packing

Non-drip, quick-close nozzle

• Housing

• Body, nozzle

• O-RING, packing

• O-RING, packing

• Plug, Hollow, hex

*Used for dispensing 5gpm (22.7 lpm) or less.

Thermal Relief Kits (page 4)

Part No. Description

112353 Diaphragm pump for fuel dispense, valve only

235998 Mini Fire-Ball ™ 225, 3:1

237601 Fire-Ball 425, 3:1

237893 Mini Fire-Ball 300, 5:1 and Fire-Ball 425, 6:1

Mini Fire-Ball 300, 5:1 and Fire-Ball 425, 6:1

248296 (same as 237893 without bung adapter and swivel. Includes 6-foot hose)

238899 Diaphragm pump

240429 Fire-Ball 425, 10:1

248324

Fire-Ball 425, 10:1 (same as 240429 minus bung adapter and swivel. Includes 6-foot hose)

32

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

Qty

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

Oil

Anti-freeze

Oil and Antifreeze

Gear Lube

PSI (bar) Rating

50 psi (3.4 bar)

600 psi (41 bar)

600 psi (41 bar)

900 psi (62 bar)

900 psi (62 bar)

150 psi (10.4 bar)

1600 psi (110 bar)

1600 psi (110 bar)

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Technical Data

Technical Data

Flow range*

Maximum Working Pressure

Units of Measure

Weight

Dimensions (without extension)

Length

Width

Height

Units of measure

Inlet

Outlet

Operating temperature range

Storage temperature range

Battery**

Expected battery life in typical shop environment

Wetted parts

Fluid compatibility

Meter pressure loss

Accuracy†

0.1 to 14 gpm (0.4 to 53 lpm)

1500 psi (103.4 bar) pints, quarts, gallons, liters (factory set to quarts)

5 pounds (2.26 kg)

13 inches (33 cm)

3.75 inches (9.5 cm)

5.75 inches (14.6 cm) factory set in quarts maximum totalizer amount = 999,999 gallons or liters maximum recorded dispensed volume = 999.99 units maximum preset volume = 999.9 units

1/2-14 npt or 3/4-14 npt

3/4-16 straight thread o-ring boss

4 °F to 158°F (-16°C to 70°C)

-40°F to 158°F (-40°C to 70°C)

4AA alkaline or lithium batteries

6 months aluminum, stainless steel, PBT/PC, zinc, nitrile rubber, CS antifreeze, gear oil, crankcase oil, ATF

80 psi @ 10 gpm

+/- 0.5 percent

*Tested in 10W motor oil. Flow rates vary with fluid pressure, temperature and viscosity.

**Battery required to meet life expectancy: Energizer ® Alkaline E91 .

† At 2.5 gpm (9.5 lpm), at 70°F (21°C), with 10-weight oil and 1 gallon dispensed. May require calibration; out-of-box accuracy is +/- 1.25 percent.

313046M 33

Graco Extended Matrix 5 & Matrix 15 Meter Warranty

Graco warrants all equipment referenced in this document which is manufactured by Graco and bearing its name to be free from defects in material and workmanship on the date of sale to the original purchaser for use. Graco will, for a period of five (5) years from the date of sale, repair or replace any non-electronic part of the equipment determined by Graco to be defective. Graco will also for a period of three (3) years from the date of sale, repair, or replace any meter electronic components determined by Graco to be defective. This warranty applies only when the equipment is installed, operated and maintained in accordance with Graco’s written recommendations.

This warranty does not cover, and Graco shall not be liable for general wear and tear, or any malfunction, damage or wear caused by faulty installation, misapplication, abrasion, corrosion, inadequate or improper maintenance, negligence, accident, tampering, or substitution of non-Graco component parts. Nor shall Graco be liable for malfunction, damage or wear caused by the incompatibility of Graco equipment with structures, accessories, equipment or materials not supplied by Graco, or the improper design, manufacture, installation, operation or maintenance of structures, accessories, equipment or materials not supplied by Graco.

This warranty is conditioned upon the prepaid return of the equipment claimed to be defective to an authorized Graco distributor for verification of the claimed defect. If the claimed defect is verified, Graco will repair or replace free of charge any defective parts. The equipment will be returned to the original purchaser transportation prepaid. If inspection of the equipment does not disclose any defect in material or workmanship, repairs will be made at a reasonable charge, which charges may include the costs of parts, labor, and transportation.

THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE, AND IS IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT

LIMITED TO WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE .

Graco’s sole obligation and buyer’s sole remedy for any breach of warranty shall be as set forth above. The buyer agrees that no other remedy

(including, but not limited to, incidental or consequential damages for lost profits, lost sales, injury to person or property, or any other incidental or consequential loss) shall be available. Any action for breach of warranty must be brought within two (2) years of the date of sale.

GRACO MAKES NO WARRANTY, AND DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A

PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IN CONNECTION WITH ACCESSORIES, EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS OR COMPONENTS SOLD BUT NOT

MANUFACTURED BY GRACO . These items sold, but not manufactured by Graco (such as electric motors, switches, hose, etc.), are subject to the warranty, if any, of their manufacturer. Graco will provide purchaser with reasonable assistance in making any claim for breach of these warranties.

In no event will Graco be liable for indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages resulting from Graco supplying equipment hereunder, or the furnishing, performance, or use of any products or other goods sold hereto, whether due to a breach of contract, breach of warranty, the negligence of Graco, or otherwise.

FOR GRACO CANADA CUSTOMERS

The Parties acknowledge that they have required that the present document, as well as all documents, notices and legal proceedings entered into, given or instituted pursuant hereto or relating directly or indirectly hereto, be drawn up in English. Les parties reconnaissent avoir convenu que la rédaction du présente document sera en Anglais, ainsi que tous documents, avis et procédures judiciaires exécutés, donnés ou intentés, à la suite de ou en rapport, directement ou indirectement, avec les procédures concernées.

Graco Information

For the latest information about Graco products, visit www.graco.com.

TO PLACE AN ORDER, contact your Graco distributor or call to identify the nearest distributor.

Phone: 612-623-6928 or Toll Free: 1-800-533-9655, Fax: 612-378-3590

All written and visual data contained in this document reflects the latest product information available at the time of publication.

Graco reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice.

For patent information, see www.graco.com/patents.

Original instructions.

This manual contains English. MM 313046

Graco Headquarters: Minneapolis

International Offices: Belgium, China, Japan, Korea

GRACO INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES • P.O. BOX 1441 • MINNEAPOLIS MN 55440-1441 • USA

Copyright 2008, Graco Inc. All Graco manufacturing locations are registered to ISO 9001.

www.graco.com

Revised July 2014

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