Manual

 

Step 1
To power up the gauge, press the command button (C)

 

Step 2
To start the selftest press the select (S) button, followed by the command (C) button within 1 second

 

Step 3
Select the requirement measurement force using the arrow keys, according to the table below, and press the select (S) key to confirm.

125N > 55mm
50N > 35mm < 55
20N < 35mm
10N Set nets

 

Step 4
Install the right jaws if necessary

 

Step 5
If the normal jaws are used, skip this step. Press the down key 7 times till you see ‘jaws normal’ on the display. Press the select (S) key to edit the setting, use the up/down keys to select the right value, and press the select (S) key again to confirm. Press the command (C) key to quit the menu.

 

Step 6
To start a measurement, press the command (C) button 1 time. When the measurement is finished, accept (and save) the measurement by pressing the command (C) button a second time, or reject it by pressing the select (S) button. To close the jaws press and hold the command (C) button.

 

Step 7
Always measure the largest possible mesh size

 

Step 8
To readout the average of the current sequence measurements, press the UP key 1 time. To quit the menu, press the command (C) button

 

Step 9
To start a new sequence, press the down key 3 times till you see ‘end sequence’ on the display. Press the select (S) key to confirm. Now you get ‘are you sure?’ on the display. Press the select (S) key again to confirm, or any other key to cancel.

 

Step 10
To shut down the gauge, press the up key 2 times till you see ‘shut down’ on the display. Press the select (S) key to confirm.

 

Step 11
Recommended: test the length measurement every time after the self test. To do so, measure one of the grooves in the test plate.

 

Step 12
Recommended: test the force measurement once every six months. To do so hang one of the test weights on the fixed jaw.

 

Step 13
To charge the gauge, connect the charger to the gauge, and plug the charger into the mains socket.

 

Step 14
Never put the gauge on it’s fixed jaw!

 

Step 1
To power up the gauge, press the command button (C)

 

Step 2
To start the selftest press the select (S) button, followed by the command (C) button within 1 second

 

Step 3
Select the requirement measurement force using the arrow keys, according to the table below, and press the select (S) key to confirm.

125N > 55mm
50N > 35mm < 55
20N < 35mm
10N Set nets

 

Step 4
Install the right jaws if necessary

 

Step 5
If the normal jaws are used, skip this step. Press the down key 7 times till you see ‘jaws normal’ on the display. Press the select (S) key to edit the setting, use the up/down keys to select the right value, and press the select (S) key again to confirm. Press the command (C) key to quit the menu.

 

Step 6
To start a measurement, press the command (C) button 1 time. When the measurement is finished, accept (and save) the measurement by pressing the command (C) button a second time, or reject it by pressing the select (S) button. To close the jaws press and hold the command (C) button.

 

Step 7
Always measure the largest possible mesh size

 

Step 8
To readout the average of the current sequence measurements, press the UP key 1 time. To quit the menu, press the command (C) button

 

Step 9
To start a new sequence, press the down key 3 times till you see ‘end sequence’ on the display. Press the select (S) key to confirm. Now you get ‘are you sure?’ on the display. Press the select (S) key again to confirm, or any other key to cancel.

 

Step 10
To shut down the gauge, press the up key 2 times till you see ‘shut down’ on the display. Press the select (S) key to confirm.

 

Step 11
Recommended: test the length measurement every time after the self test. To do so, measure one of the grooves in the test plate.

 

Step 12
Recommended: test the force measurement once every six months. To do so hang one of the test weights on the fixed jaw.

 

Step 13
To charge the gauge, connect the charger to the gauge, and plug the charger into the mains socket.

 

Step 14
Never put the gauge on it’s fixed jaw!