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0712-0299ZX60USB-3 - Flannery Plant Hire

0712-0299ZX60USB-3 - Flannery Plant Hire

LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY

LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY (LCD), DISPLAY SELECTION SWITCH, AND SET SWITCH OPERATOR’S STATION LCD (3) indicates 3 types of meters, Hour Meter, Trip Meter 1 or Trip Meter 2. NOTE: After the key switch is turned ON, LCD always indicates the hour meter. • How to Select Display Each time display control switch (5) is pressed, LCD alternately displays Hour Meter, Trip Meter 1, and Trip meter 2 in this order. • Hour Meter Display The hour meter displays the total accumulated machine operation hours in hour (h) units since the machine started operation. One digit beyond the decimal point indicates tenths of an hour (six minutes). When the hour meter is displayed, the hour meter mark is lit. While the machine is operating, the decimal point flashes. NOTE: Even though the key switch is OFF, the hour meter reading can be checked by depressing and holding display selection switch (5) for more than 0.5 seconds. The hour meter reading can be displayed as long as display selection switch (5) is held and disappears as soon as the switch is released. • Trip Meter Display (Trip Meter 1 and Trip Meter 2) The remaining hours until the trip mark flashes from the set-hours are indicated in hour (h) unit. (See page 1-9.) As long as the trip meter is displayed, trip mark (TRIP 1 or TRIP 2) lights on the screen. 1-8 Hour Meter Mark Trip Mark Trip Mark When the hour meter is displayed When Trip meter 1 is displayed When Trip meter 2 is displayed 3 5 M1M7-01-028 M1SM-01-005 Hour Meter Mark M1SM-01-006 Hour Meter Mark M1SM-01-007

HOW TO OPERATE TRIP METER OPERATOR’S STATION • Trip Meter Function The trip meter flashes the trip mark (TRIP 1 or TRIP 2) to inform the operator that the machine operation hours have reached the preset hour. The trip mark continues to flash for 30 seconds when the machine operation hours reach the preset hours. Unless the trip meter is reset, each time when the key switch is turned ON, the trip mark repeatedly flashes for 30 seconds. IMPORTANT: The trip meter indicates the machine operation hours which are counted from the time when the trip meter is set. Therefore, the machine operation hours indicated by the trip meter are different from the accumulated operation hours indicated by the hour meter. NOTE: Once the trip meter has been set, its function is kept activated even though other types of information is displayed on the LCD afterward. Therefore, when the operation hours reach the preset hours in the trip meter, the trip mark will start flashing regardless of the current LCD operation status. If the trip mark starts flashing when the trip meter is being indicated, the trip mark will stay ON after trip mark stops flashing. In case information other than the trip meter is being indicated on the LCD, the trip mark will be extinguished after the flashing ceases. • Trip Meter Setting 1. Turn the key switch ON. Display either trip meter 1 or trip meter 2 by operating display selection switch (5). NOTE: Trip meter 1 and trip meter 2 can be independently set by different operation hours. 2. Each time set switch (4) is pressed, the set-hour is shifted in the following order: 50>100>150>200>250>300>400>500>750>1000>12 50>1500>2000>2500>3000 Select the desired time to set by operating set switch (4). When the set switch is pressed for more than 2 seconds, the set-hour will be quickly shifted. 3. While displaying the desired time to be set, press display selection switch (5) to set the trip meter. NOTE: When either trip meter 1 or 2 is set and is kept displayed on the LCD, the remaining operation hours of the machine are displayed on the LCD until the operation hours reach the set-hour. Accordingly, when the trip mark starts flashing, the trip meter displays 0 hour. Then the trip meter will continue to display the operation overtime from the set-hour with minus (-) mark until the trip meter is reset. 1-9 Trip Mark Trip Mark When Trip meter 1 is displayed When Trip meter 2 is displayed 4 5 M1M7-01-028 M1SM-01-006 M1SM-01-007

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