Canon PSC 2000 user manual

User manual for the device Canon PSC 2000

Device: Canon PSC 2000
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Date of adding : 2014-10-15 13:45:18
Number of pages: 58
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2000 Fire Door-Fan Manual
with Model N digital OR, Model L digital OR, Model E analog
Single Blower Panel Set
gauge clip
console control panel

Or, E43 Aluminum Smoke test &
Leak check at + 15Pa
Large room testing with
measure static pressure
Frame Set Up
2 Blowers Room pressure

Range Selection

Room and Flow
Mixing or NO mixing?
Windy test conditions
Pressure Readings

2000 Fire Door-Fan Manual updated 2002-05-28 Page 1 o

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Run from CA2001 Lower leak Estimates Lower leak tests using: Lower leak tests using: using: Leak audit Plastic-on-Ceiling Flex-duct ceiling What to do if room fails. procedure neutralization Sub-floor Only tests using Field Calibration Floor neutralization procedure Tall doorways Packing up and moving equipment Recalibration of Troubleshooting and Large building Testing repair Retrotec Infiltrometer …rent additional equipment if needed 2000 Fire Do

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Single Blower Panel Set Up Select a doorway where the air will be blown into Open panel bag and remove the Blower Panel with the largest space so the air can find its way back to the 22-inch hole in it. the leak. Set the panel bag close to the door. Open Blower Panel and position back edge against Pull top strap tight and secure strap in the nylon the doorstop. cleat. Press the loop against the Velcro to keep strap ends neat. 2000 Fire Door-Fan Manual updated 2

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Cinch lower strap tight and secure strap in cleat. The small fill-in sheet is positioned first in the groove. It fills in the gap for doors up to 36” Smooth down the fill-in sheet from top to bottom Place the large X-Panel in the top of the doorway. Cinch and lock the pull strap to secure the panel. Place blower case next to the doorway. 2000 Fire Door-Fan Manual updated 2002-05-28 Page 4 of 58

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Hook the bottom foot on the blower through the Align the nylon block on top of the blower with the hole in the center of the panel. panel cutout, insert and rotate the blower till the top is horizontal to lock it into the panel. The blower is mounted in the Flow Away position. This is always first. When the test is complete in this direction, the blower is removed and installed with the Flow Towards the operator. Blower is upright and locked in place. 2000 Fire Door-Fan Manual

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Set up Model N digital console Place Laptop Console on blower case. Set rocker switches OFF by pressing the “0” so blowers don’t come on accidentally. Remove the control cords Place the cords next to the panel set. Power to console comes from: 1. Blower receives power from wall. Cord from console picks up this power to run the printer, computer and thermometers. 2. When blower is not plugged in, the console can get power from the short adapter plug that fits onto the end

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Your laptop computer power supply plugs into the female plug inside the console. The power supply cord is then led through this hole to the computer above. 2000 Fire Door-Fan Manual updated 2002-05-28 Page 7 of 58

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OR, Model L digital control panel for Models L64 and L63 The control panel can sit on top of the blower case with your laptop beside it. 2000 Fire Door-Fan Manual updated 2002-05-28 Page 8 of 58

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OR, Model E analog gauge clip for models E43, E53, E54 The Gauge Clip attaches to the door Gauges mounted on door. or the Aluminium frame. Top 60-gauge slides up and off to be used as handheld 1. Loosen knob on gauge plate to as needed. accommodate door thickness. 2. Hold gauges at eye level. 3. Rotate clamp to grip door. 4. Tighten knob. Zero gauges by blowing in the tubes and capping them off with your thumb so the gauge stays at the top of its range for 30 second

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OR, DM-1 digital gauge for models J64 The digital gauge can be hand held and used to measure static pressure, room pressure and flow pressure. Connect a tube from the panel to the right hand port of the DM-1 to get room pressure. Then connect a tube from the DM-1 to the blower to get flow pressure. OR, DM-1 digital gauge 2000 Fire Door-Fan Manual updated 2002-05-28 Page 10 of 58

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Take the 7ft red tube and throw outside, away from Insert the motor control connector into the the air blast of the door fan and if outdoors, away receptacle till it clicks. from wind if possible. If you were testing from E and J models will not have a control connector outside the room, this tube would then get thrown since the knob on the blower is used. inside. Plug the clear flow pressure pick-up tube into the Make sure the 7ft red cord and thermometer are in nylon quick-connec

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Install the X-Y Panel. Expand the X-Y panel horizontally by hand. Expand the X-Y Panel vertically with the center Cinch and lock the vertical strap in the cleat. strap. Tighten and lock the horizontal straps in their cleats. Ensure rocker switches are OFF at the control panel. Plug power cord into wall outlet then into blower. Set rocker switch on blower to “remote” so it can be controlled by the console or control panel. 2000 Fire Door-Fan Manual updated

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Red tube is always extended away from the air-stream on the opposite side of the door. 2000 Fire Door-Fan Manual updated 2002-05-28 Page 13 of 58

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This detailed picture shows white dots that should line up. Later models may have molded dots. This vertical bar should line up on each sheet. 2000 Fire Door-Fan Manual updated 2002-05-28 Page 14 of 58

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Large room testing with 2 Blowers Models N64 and L64 Use the second blower panel. Install it above the lower blower panel. Install the second blower in the upper panel. For added security: 1. mount the panels on the far side of the doorstop so the weight of the blowers pulls them into the stop 2. apply 2-inch clear tape to both sides of the upper panel where it contacts the doorframe Use second cord set from console to control the speed of blower #2. Models E64 and J64 Us

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Or, E43 Aluminum Frame Set Up Open case Take out pieces Assemble flat. Line up numbers. Connect corners Fit frame loosely into doorway. Adjust knobs to hold the size Cover with cloth Fit frame and cloth into door way. 2000 Fire Door-Fan Manual updated 2002-05-28 Page 16 of 58

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Actuate cam levers Frame is installed. Hook elastic under blower. Use Velcro to hold blower Finished installation. This install will take about 20 The main advantage of the minutes the first time. It will Aluminum frame is slightly smaller take less time with practice. package for shipment and lower cost. 2000 Fire Door-Fan Manual updated 2002-05-28 Page 17 of 58

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Leak Check The Purpose of the leak check is to locate the major leaks in the enclosure before performing the door fan test. Often large holes are located that must then be sealed before the door fan test can begin. Sometimes the smoke test identifies dampers that are not closing correctly or not at all. If so, that damper must be repaired before the test can proceed. Leak check. Blow air in to get +15 Pa room pressure & use smoke to locate leaks in: Rocker switch selects betwee

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Smoke test & measure static pressure The purpose of this test is to see whether there is a static pressure in the room prior to the door fan test. The door fan is not running and smoke is puffed in front of an open hole in the blower. If it moves slowly or not at all, no pressure exists. Minor pressures are cancelled out by testing both directions so we are therefore looking for significant movement of 2 mph (3kph). If the zone outside the enclosure is not completely connected wit

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Select Blower Range Principles of Infiltrometer Air Flow Measurement The Infiltrometer can accurately measure airflow between 18 CFM and 6500 CFM. However, in order to measure accurately over this wide range, the range must be changed as described in the following section. The Infiltrometer fan blade pushes air out the back of the fan creating a negative pressure in front of the blades. This negative pressure pulls air through the fan's rounded (venturi) shaped inlet. More negativ

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