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Fuel type can be changed via “Menu”, (see section 11). - CO/CO2 ratio ... Using the black connectors and manometer hose connect to P1 for single p...

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KANE457 Quick Reference Guide

ON / OFF

BACKLIGHT

Turns the analyser ON / OFF

Switches backlight & torch light ON / OFF

PUMP

SEND / ENTER

Turns the pump ON / OFF Hold button to zero pressure

Send readings to printer (Press button for 1 second.) Send readings to memory (Hold button down for 2+ secs.)

Stock No. 19294-2 © Kane International Ltd

July 2014

Flue probe temperature (T1)

Battery charger connection

Inlet temperature (T2) Flue Gas Inlet Pressure connection P1

Pressure connection P2 (differential)

Watertrap Drain with Red Screw Plug

Fit Spigot to Hose before connecting to Analyser

1.

BEFORE USING ANALYSER CHECK THE FOLLOWING: Particle filter is not dirty or wet. Water trap and flue probe hose are empty of water Water trap and red screw plug are fitted correctly to the analyser Flue probe hose is connected properly to the flue gas inlet Flue probe temperature plug is connected into T1 temperature connection Please read the Safety Warnings in the User Manual

2.

FRESH AIR PURGE Position the flue probe in fresh air, then press the “On/Off” button. The analyser autocalibrates for approximately 90 seconds. When complete… Select “Ratio” on the dial. In fresh air the CO reading = 0ppm Select “O2/Eff” on the dial. In fresh air the O2 reading = 20.9% Select “Status” on the dial to view the following…

STATUS display BAT 11 : 46 : 29 15 / 05 / 13 CAL 283

- Battery status.If less than 1 bar recharge or replace, (see section 10) - Current time. Can be set via the “Menu”, (see section 11) - Current date. Can be set via the “Menu”, (see section 11) - Number of days until re- calibration is required

Note: Boiler inlet air temperature can either be… a) Set automatically by the flue probe during the fresh air purge, or b) Continuously measured if a thermocouple is plugged into the T2 socket

3.

COMBUSTION TESTS Select “Ratio” on the dial to check that the analyser is set for the correct fuel. To change fuel select MENU / SETUP / SET FUEL then use scroll and enter, (see section 11). Position the flue probe as per the boiler manufacturer’s instructions; typically the tip of the flue probe is inserted to the centre of the flue. The readings will stabilise after 60 seconds assuming the boiler conditions are stable. The rotary switch can be used to display the following information…

RATIO display NAT GAS R 0.0001 COP 12 CO2% 8.8

- Fuel type can be changed via “Menu”, (see section 11) - CO/CO2 ratio - Carbon Monoxide, (ppm) - Carbon Dioxide, (%)

Press SEND to print a full combustion test. (Also sends to PC if Bluetooth fitted). Hold SEND for 2+ seconds to log a full combustion report.

O2/EFF display O2% TFC TIC EfC%

5.4 55.1 17.2 98.3

- Oxygen left after combustion. Should be 20.9% in fresh air. - Flue temperature, (C) - Inlet temperature. Normally set by flue probe during fresh air purge. - Condensing boiler efficiency (EfC). Can be changed via “Menu”

Press SEND to print a full combustion test. (Also sends to PC if Bluetooth fitted). Hold SEND for 2+ seconds to log a full combustion report.

AUX display: a user defined display O2% 20.9 - The default AUX (auxiliary) display is shown The parameters on lines 1, 2, 3 and 4 can be set independently COP 00 To customise the AUX display select MENU / SCREEN / AUX. 11 : 55 : 02 They remain the AUX parameters until changed again by the user. BAT 59 Press SEND to print a full combustion test. (Also sends to PC if Bluetooth fitted). Hold SEND for 2+ seconds to log a full combustion report.

4.

PRESSURE TEST (Also see section 9) Select “Prs”. The pump stops. Press the PUMP button to auto-zero the pressure sensor. Using the black connectors and manometer hose connect to P1 for single pressure or P1 and P2 for differential pressure.

PRS display PRESSURE P -0.04 mbar 12 : 56 : 29

- Defaults to smoothing ‘off’ on start-up. Can be changed via “Menu”. - Defaults to ‘low’ resolution on start-up. Can be changed via “Menu”. - Pressure units can be changed via “Menu”. - Displays time to enable manually timed tests.

Press SEND to print a pressure test. (Also sends to PC if Bluetooth fitted). Hold SEND for 2+ seconds to log a pressure report.

5.

LET-BY and TIGHTNESS TESTING (Also see section 9) Select “Tightness”. The pump stops. Press the PUMP button to auto-zero the pressure sensor. Select “yes” or “no” for the let-by test by using  or , then press . Connect from the test point to P1 using a black connector and manometer hose. Adjust the gas pressure as you would with a “U” tube manometer. Press test or the stabilisation period…

LET BY P1 10.35 P2 10.35 TIME 59

to start either the let-by

- Let-by test display. - Pressure at the start of the let-by test - Real time pressure reading - Let-by default time is 1 minute. Can be changed via “Menu”.

When complete adjust the gas pressure if necessary then press stabilisation period…

to start the

STABIL’N - Stabilisation display. P1 20.00 - Real time pressure reading mbar TIME 59 - Stabilisation default time is 1 minute. Can be changed via “Menu”. When complete adjust the gas pressure if necessary then press test…

TIGHTN’S P1 20.33 P2 20.33 TIME 119

to start the tightness

- Tightness test display. - Pressure at start of tightness test - Real time pressure reading - Tightness default time is 2 minute. Can be changed via “Menu”.

When complete the display will show…

LOG 06 P1 20.33 P2 20.26 PRINT  Note:

- Let-by and tightness test are automatically stored as a log number - Pressure at start of tightness test - Pressure at end of tightness test - The test can be printed immediately or later from the memory

The analyser’s memory can store up to 20 tightness tests. Tightness tests are logged automatically therefore the tightness section of the memory will be full after the 20th tightness test is complete. Before the 21st tightness test can be performed the tightness section of the memory must be cleared. To do this select MENU / REPORT / TIGHTN’S / DEL ALL / YES then press

6.

.

DIFFERENTIAL TEMPERATURE Select “Diff Temp” to measure flow, return and differential temperatures DIFF TEMP display

TEMP - Pump automatically switches off when dial is moved to Diff Temp T1C 60.1 - Use the T1 connection for the flow temperature sensor T2C 47.0 - Use the T2 connection for the return temperature sensor TC 13.1 - Real time temperature difference Press SEND to print a differential temperature test. (Also sends to PC if Bluetooth fitted). Hold SEND for 2+ seconds to log a differential temperature report.

7.

AMBIENT TESTS ROOM AIR TESTING Select “Room Test” for CO and CO2 investigations. Tests can be 15 or 30 minutes and can be stopped at any time by pressing the PUMP key. Please refer to user manual.

ROOM AIR display COp CO2P TEST LOG

02 600 14 01

- Real time CO reading (ppm) - Real time CO2 reading, (ppm) - Test 00 = start. To stop the Room CO test press the PUMP button - The complete Room CO test is automatically stored as a log number

Ambient CO2 & CO ideal for 'walk around' testing. COp CO2P COx CO2x

8 900 14 985

- Real time CO reading, (ppm) - Real time CO2 reading, (ppm) - Maximum CO reading (ppm) - Maximum CO2 reading (ppm)

Timed LOG Select logging period from 4 to 24 hours to take 240 sets of readings

COp CO2P COv CO2v

9 800 11 950

- Real time CO reading, (ppm) - Real time CO2 reading, (ppm) - Average CO reading (ppm) - Average CO2 reading (ppm)

ZERO Follow the instructions on the screen. 60 second ambient zero is followed by a true zero.

ZEROING

-

CO2p TIME

60 second countdown

0 59

8.

OTHER DISPLAY CODES -PO- = Pump Off -OC- = Open Circuit on temperature input

9.

FOR BEST PRESSURE SENSOR ACCURACY 1) 2)

10.

Switch the analyser on for 5 minutes to let the temperature stabilise. Zero the pressure sensor when the analyser in the exact position that it will be used.

MANO-MODE A limited mode for pressure and temperature only that avoids the 90 second countdown

. With the KANE457 switched off, press and hold down and release top line.

/

. Release

/

/

and then press

after MANO_MOD is displayed on

The KANE457 will now operate as a fixed display thermometer/pressure meter with the pump off and inhibited. The readings can be printed but not stored.

11.

TO FULLY CHARGE NiMH RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES 1) 2) 3)

The analyser must be switched on. Connect the charger and switched it on; charging indicator illuminates. Switch the analyser off; the display will show “BATTERY CHARGING”.

12.

USING THE MENUS

Select “Menu” on the rotary switch and navigate using the function buttons… 



= Scroll up

= Scroll down

= Enter

COMBUSTION MENU MAIN MENU

SUB MENU

OPTIONS / COMMENTS

SETUP

SET FUEL

NAT GAS, L OIL (28/35 sec), PROPANE, BUTANE, LPG, PELLETS (Wood)

NCG

EfN = nett efficiency, EfG = gross efficiency, EfC = condensing efficiency

SET TIME

Uses Military time. 7am = 07:00, 7pm = 19:00

SET DATE

Uses DD-MM-YY format

OUTPUT

KMIRP1 or KMIRP2 or BLUETOOTH or XML DATA

PASSKEY

1111

REPORT

COMB’N

Stored combustion tests, VIEW, DEL ALL or EXIT

SCREEN

CONTRAST

Factory setting is 04

AUX

Enables users to customise the parameters on the AUX display User can set any parameter on lines 1, 2, 3 and 4

HEADER

Sets printout header, 2 lines, 20 characters per line

CODE

Password protected for authorised service agents. Leave set to 0000.

SERVICE

To EXIT each Sub MENU select EXIT. To EXIT the MENU move the rotary switch to any position other than “Menu”. Any changes that have not been “entered” will be ignored.

TEMP + PRESS. MENU SETUP

PASSKEY

1111

SET TIME

Uses Military time. 7am = 07:00, 7pm = 19:00

SET DATE

Uses DD-MM-YY format

EXIT

(max = 99 tests)

MAIN MENU

SUB MENU

OPTIONS / COMMENTS

PRESSURE

SMOOTH

OFF = normal response. ON = slower (damped) response

RESOLVE

LOW = e.g. 0.01mBar resolution. HIGH = displays to an extra decimal place

PS UNITS

mBar, mmH2O, Pa, kPa, PSI, mmHg, hPa, InH2O

TIME

LET BY = Set duration of let-by test in minutes. Default = 1 minute STABIL’N = Set duration of stabilisation in minutes. Default = 1 minute TIGHTN’S = Set duration of tightness test in minutes. Default = 2 minute

EXIT REPORT

PRESSURE TIGHTN’S TEMP

SCREEN

CONTRAST AUX HEADER

SERVICE

CODE

Stored pressure tests, VIEW, DEL ALL or EXIT (max = 20 tests) Stored let-by and tightness tests, VIEW, DEL ALL or EXIT, (20 tests) Stored differential temperature tests, VIEW, DEL ALL or EXIT (20 tests) Factory setting is 04 Enables users to customise the parameters on the AUX display User can set any parameter on lines 1, 2, 3 and 4 Sets printout header, 2 lines, 20 characters per line Password protected for authorised service agents. Leave set to 0000.

AMBIENT MENU SETUP

PASSKEY

1111

SET TIME

Uses Military time. 7am = 07:00, 7pm = 19:00

SET DATE

Uses DD-MM-YY format

EXIT REPORT

ROOM AIR AMBIENT TIMED

SCREEN

CONTRAST AUX HEADER

SERVICE

CODE

Stored Room AIR tests, VIEW, DEL ALL or EXIT (max = 20 tests) Stored Amb CO2 & CO tests, VIEW, DEL ALL or EXIT, (20 tests) Stored Timed Logs, VIEW, DEL ALL or EXIT (20 tests) Factory setting is 04 Enables users to customise the parameters on the AUX display User can set any parameter on lines 1, 2, 3 and 4 Sets printout header, 2 lines, 20 characters per line Password protected for authorised service agents. Leave set to 0000.

13. Printouts KANE457

V 1.00G

KANE457

V 1.00G

KANE457

V 1.00G

SERIAL NO. 000000000

SERIAL NO. 000000000

SERIAL NO. 000000000

YOUR COMPANY NAME & PHONE NUMBER HERE

YOUR COMPANY NAME & PHONE NUMBER HERE

YOUR COMPANY NAME & PHONE NUMBER HERE

PRESSURE

DIFF TEMP

DATE TIME

01/07/14 12:00:08

DATE TIME

COMBUSTION FUEL O2 CO2 CO FLUE INLT NETT

% % ppm o C o C o C

NAT GAS 5.4 8.8 12 55.1 17.2 37.9

EFF (C) 98.3 LOSSES 1.7 XAIR % 34.8 ----------------------------------------------------Cal. due on 01/07/15 ----------------------------------------------------CO/CO2 0.0001 PRS

mbar

0.00

01/07/14 12:00:08

PRS

mbar

Customer

Ref.

Appliance

KANE457

SERIAL NO. 000000000

AMBIENT CO/CO2 DATE TIME CO ppm CO2 ppm MAXIMUM CO MAXIMUM CO2

01/07/14 12:00:08 0 223 0 223

KANE457

YOUR COMPANY NAME & PHONE NUMBER HERE

TEST

YOUR COMPANY NAME & PHONE NUMBER HERE

YOUR COMPANY NAME & PHONE NUMBER HERE 01 01/07/14 12:00:08

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

CO ppm 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

15

0

MAXIMUM CO MAXIMUM CO2

CO2 ppm 0 222 192 177 178 183 189 192 200 235 0 235

LOG DATE TIME

Appliance Ref.

01 01/07/14 12:00:08

LET BY TEST PRS-1 PRS-2 LET-BY

mbar mbar MINS

10.12 10.11 1:00

TIGHTNESS TEST PRS-1 PRS-2

mbar mbar

20.12 20.10

∆PRS STABIL’N TIGHTN’S

mbar MINS MINS

-0.02 1:00 2:00

Customer Customer Appliance Appliance Ref.

V 1.00G

SERIAL NO. 000000000

Ref. Customer

60.1 47.0 13.1

V 1.00G

LOG DATE TIME

SERIAL NO. 000000000

C C o C o

Ref.

Appliance

V 1.00G

o

T1 T2 ∆T

Appliance

ROOM AIR TEST

KANE457

01.07/14 12:00:08

Customer

Customer

Ref.

-0.037

DATE TIME

PRODUCT REGISTRATION Please complete, detach and return to: Kane International Ltd Kane House, Swallowfield, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, AL7 1JG Your Details Name: Job Title: Company Name: Company Address 1: Address 2: Town/City: County: Postcode: Country: Phone Number: Fax Number: Mobile Number: Email Address:

Product Details Note: Proof of Purchase may be required for warranty claims.

Date Purchased: as numbers (28.01.14):

Purchased From: Model Number: Product Serial Number: Located on the rear product label beneath the protective rubber sleeve

KANE457

Why did you buy a Kane Product?    

Made in the UK Value for Money Kane Brand Not your Decision

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Previous Owner Our Fixed Price Servicing Programme Dealer Recommendation Other:

What brand was your previous analyser? How did you hear about Kane?    

Magazine Advert Training School Personal Recommendation Exhibition

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Trade Counter Previous Owner Internet Search Other:

Which do you read most often? Often Registered Gas Engineer Gas Installer P.H.P.I. P.H.A.M. News Heating Ventilating & Plumbing Heating & Plumbing Monthly

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