If temperature reading inside main processor is desired, push keyboard key 4 (GEN ALARMS) now
functioning as a number 4. This selects option 4-SYSTEMS STATUS PAGE, which in ROWPU barge
application of the EMS, selects procedures for obtaining internal EMS temperature. Follow procedures in
To perform keyboard lamp test, push keyboard key 6 (BILGE ALARMS) now functioning as a number 6.
This selects option 6 KEYBOARD LAMP TEST. Follow procedures in paragraph 8-9.1g.
Push keyboard key 5 (H.P. WTR. PUMP ALARMS) now functioning as number 5. This selects option 5-
SYSTEM EDIT. Make sure following is displayed on video monitor:
ENTER EDIT ACCESS COMBINATION
This combination prevents unauthorized entry into EMS programs. Two levels of
editing are available, level 1 and level 2. The bargemaster has access combination
Contact bargemaster to obtain access combination or combinations for use. Proceed to paragraph
8-9.4.2 if level 1 edit access is desired or paragraph 8-220.127.116.11 if level 2 edit access is desired.
8-9.4.2 Level 1 editing. Select level 1 editing by entering access combination for level 1 edit. Following display
TO SELECT OPTION, PRESS KEY BELOW NUMBER
EDIT SCHEDULE LOG
In above display, SENSORS are bargraph displays such as SALINITY (Figure 8-4).
SWITCHES apply to block displays such as GENERATORS (Figure 8-6). Option 3
applies only to TOTAL TANKS bargraph on POTABLE WATER TANKS display page
(Figure 8-3). Option 4 sets time and date on EMS internal clock which displays this
information on bottom of display pages. Option 5, only for systems with a printer,
is not used on ROWPU barges.
8-18.104.22.168 Using EDIT MENU option I to activate/deactivate sensors
Deactivating a sensor stops main processor from monitoring that particular
sensor. Deactivation may be desirable when a sensor is malfunctioning,
displaying incorrect information, and activating alarms when no problem exists.
When a sensor is deactivated, the word DEACTIVATED appears in place of the
bargraph. After sensor is repaired or replaced, sensor is reactivated. The word
DEACTIVATED disappears and sensor readout again appears on video monitor.