Push keyboard key 1 (ADVANCE CURSOR) and move cursor to desired sensor bargraph.
Push keyboard key 2 (EDIT THIS ONE). Make sure video monitor displays desired sensor information with
sensor label on top line and prompts in upper right corner. Also make sure that cursor is on the line with
Push keyboard key 2 (EDIT THIS ONE) again. Make sure cursor extends all the way to the right.
To activate sensor, push keyboard key "0" and to deactivate sensor, push keyboard key 1.
Push ENTER keyboard key. Note that cursor will shorten.
EXIT keyboard key provides means to Immediately leave edit mode at anytime. When EXIT
key Is pressed, EDIT key goes out and EMS resumes scanning.
If editing is complete, push EDIT keyboard key to leave edit mode and return EMS video monitor to normal
scanning If editing is not completed, push keyboard key 3 (prompt SELECT NEW BAR) to return to display page.
When display page appears on video monitor, take one of these three actions:
Push keyboard key 1 (prompt ADVANCE CURSOR) to move cursor to select new sensor,
Push keyboard key 3 (prompt SELECT NEW PAGE) to select a new page,
Push keyboard key 4 (prompt RETURN TO EDIT MENU) to return to EDIT MENU.
To change reference markers, go to paragraph 3-6.2.2.
If reference markers are not to be changed, and editing Is complete, push EXIT keyboard key to leave edit mode.
Make sure EDIT key goes out and video monitor starts normal scanning of display pages.
3-6.2.2 Using EDIT MENU option 1 to change or set reference markers
Press keyboard key 1 (prompt ADVANCE CURSOR) to move cursor to line labeled "REFERENCE MARKER"
Press keyboard key 2 (prompt EDIT THIS ONE). Make sure prompt display appears on video monitor and reads
KEY IN NEW VALUE, THEN PRESS ENTER
RUBOUT ERASE LAST ENTRY
Using keyboard key, enter new position for reference marker.
If mistake Is made, correct it before pressing ENTER keyboard key by using RUBOUT
keyboard key. Pressing RUBOUT key causes EMS to backspace and erase last digit pressed.
Further pressing RUBOUT key erases next digit and so on, until all digits are erased.
If mistake is discovered after ENTRY key has been pushed, mistake is treated like a normal
setting and changed by following procedures in paragraph 3-6.2.3.
Correct mistake, if necessary, by using RUBOUT key