In above display, SENSORS are bargraph displays such as SALINITY (Figure 3-6). SWITCHES
apply to block displays such as GENERATORS (Figure 3-8). Option 3 applies only to TOTAL
TANKS bargraph on Potable WATER TANKS display page (Figure 3-5). 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.
3-6.2.1 Using EDIT MENU option 1 to activate/deactivate sensors
Deactivating a sensor stops main processor from monitoring that particular sensor. Deactivation may
be desirable when a sensor is malfunctioning and 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.
Select EDIT MENU option 1 to activate/deactivate sensors by pushing keyboard key 1. Following prompt
appears on screen SELECT PAGE TO EDIT BY PRESSING CORRESPONDING KEY OR PRESS EDIT KEY
TO RETURN TO THE MENU NOTE If display page that shows a bargraph is pressed, highlighted Instructions
called "prompts" show in the right corner or across top of video monitor and cursor highlights top bargraph. If a
display page without a bargraph is selected, page will flash and monitor returns to menu shown above. Push
either another display page key or EDIT key.
Push key of display page that shows a bargraph, such as POTABLE WATER TANKS (Figure 3-5) or CHLORINE
STATUS (Figure 3-11). Make sure selected display page shows on video monitor.
If following prompts show on screen and cursor appears over first bargraph, go to step e
1 - ADVANCE CURSOR
2 - EDIT THIS ONE
3 - SELECT NEW PAGE
4 - RETURN TO EDIT MENU
If screen flashes, indicating display page does not have sensor readouts, either press another display page key
or press EDIT key to return to edit menu.
Cursor Is a bright bar that extends from left side to middle of screen and highlights an item to
be edited. Pushing keyboard key 1 (prompt ADVANCE CURSOR) moves cursor one line down.
Repeatedly pushing this key or holding It down, moves cursor to the last line that can be
edited, and then cursor returns to top line.