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testo 320 · Flue gas analyzertesto 320 LX · Flue gas analyzerInstruction manual

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1 Contents1Contents1Contents .32Safety and the environment.62.1. About this document .62.2. Ensure safety.72.3. Protecting the environment .83Specifications .93.1. Use .93.2. Technical data ct description .174.1. Case 0516 3300 (accessory) .174.1.1.4.1.2.4.2.4.3.Bottom level view .19Middle level view .20Top level view .21Measuring instrument .5.Bottom level view .17Top level view .18Case 0516 3301 (accessory) .194.2.1.4.2.2.4.2.3.5Examinations .9Bluetooth module (option) .10Licenses .10Declaration of Conformity .13Measurement ranges and resolution .14Accuracy and response time .14Other instrument data .16Front view .22Keypad .22Display.23Instrument connections .24Condensate outlet and interfaces .24Rear view .25Components .26Compact flue gas probe .27Modular flue gas probe .27First steps .285.1. Commissioning .285.2. Getting to know the product .285.2.1.5.2.2.5.2.3.5.2.4.5.2.5.5.2.6.Mains operation.28Connecting probes .28Switching on .29Calling up the function .29Entering values .30Printing/saving data .313

1 ation . 32Measurement records . 34Instrument diagnosis . 35Using the product . 366.1. Performing settings . .2.13.6.2.14.6.2.15.6.2.16.6.3.Assigning the right function key . 36Instrument settings . 366.1.2.1. Measurement view . 366.1.2.2. Alarm limits. 386.1.2.3. Units . 386.1.2.4. Date / time . 396.1.2.5. Energy management. 396.1.2.6. Display brightness . 396.1.2.1. Choose measurement type . 396.1.2.2. Printer . 406.1.2.3. Bluetooth . 406.1.2.4. Language . 416.1.2.5. Country version . 416.1.2.6. Password protection . 42Sensor settings . 426.1.3.1. O2 reference . 426.1.3.2. Sensor protection . 436.1.3.3. Recalibration/adjustment . 43Fuels . 44Measuring . 456.2.1.Preparing for measurement . 456.2.1.1. Testing for leaks . 456.2.1.2. Zeroing phases . 456.2.1.3. Using flue gas probe . 466.2.1.4. Measurement view . 466.2.1.5. Setting the location and fuel . 47Flue gas . 47Draught measurement . 48External micro pressure probe . 49Average. 49BImSchV . 50CO undiluted . 51Smoke number/HCT . 52Pressure. 52Differential temperature . 53O2 air . 54Gas flow rate . 54Oil flow . 55Ambient CO . 55CO2 ambient . 56Leak detection . 57Transferring data. 586.3.1.4Saving data to the clipboard (temporary memory) . 31Confirming an error message . 31Switching off . 32Report printer . 58

1 Contents6.3.2.7Maintaining the product .597.1. Cleaning the measuring instrument .597.2. Replacing the rechargeable battery .597.3. Charging the battery .617.4. Replacing sensors .617.5. Recalibrating/adjusting sensors .627.6. Modular flue gas probe .627.6.1.7.6.2.7.6.3.7.6.4.7.6.5.7.7.7.8.Cleaning the flue gas ducts .62Replacing the probe module .62Replacing the thermocouple .63Checking the particle filter.63Replacing the particle filter: .64Compact flue gas probe .647.7.1.7.7.2.7.7.3.7.7.4.8PC / Pocket PC .58Cleaning the probe shaft .64Replacing the thermocouple .65Checking the particle filter.67Replacing the particle filter.67Condensate container .68Tips and assistance.698.1. Questions and answers .698.2. Accessories and spare parts .698.3. Updating the instrument software .735

2 Safety and the environment2Safety and the environment2.1.About this documentUse Please read this documentation through carefully andfamiliarize yourself with the product before putting it to use. Payparticular attention to the safety instructions and warning advicein order to prevent injuries and damage to the products. Keep this document to hand so that you can refer to it whennecessary. Hand this documentation on to any subsequent users of theproduct.WarningsAlways pay attention to information that is marked by the followingwarnings with warning pictograms. Implement the specifiedprecautionary measures.RepresentationWARNINGIndicates potential serious injuriesCAUTIONindicates potential minor injuriesNOTICE6Explanationindicates circumstances that may lead todamage to the products

2 Safety and the environmentSymbols and writing standardsRepresentationExplanationNote: Basic or further information.1. .2. .Action: more steps, the sequence must be followed. .Action: a step or an optional step.-Result of an a