Section VI. Extended Capabilities
right corner will prompt the operator options. Pressing the '1' key will update the information on the
status page. Pressing the '2' key will return to the EDIT menu. (For further information, refer to
paragraph VI. C. 5) Pressing EXIT will return the system display to the monitoring pages. The
possible errors are discussed in the following paragraphs.
A status message for the printer will be displayed only when there is an error. The message indicates
that the printer is either not turned on, off-line, disconnected from power, disconnected from the Main
Unit, or in need of repair. Refer to the PMS II Maintenance Manual if printer service is required.
Main Unit Temperature
The temperature inside the Main Unit enclosure is displayed on the System Status Page. This
temperature is the value used in temperature compensation of thermocouple data.
These paragraphs will describe the Edit mode as it relates to changing sensor and switch information and
setting time and date.
The Edit mode is protected against unauthorized use by requiring a 3 digit entry access combination.
The operator must enter the correct combination out of a possible 1000 combinations, or the PMS II
will exit and re-display the page that was on the monitor before the attempt to enter the Edit mode was
made. Perform the following steps to enter the Edit mode;
Press the EDIT key
Press '5' (SYSTEM EDIT)
Screen will prompt "ENTER EDIT ACCESS COMBINATION"
Enter your system's 3 digit combination
Screen will display Edit Menu
Moving the cursor is the method the operator uses to select the line, sensor, or switch to be changed.
For lines and sensors, the cursor is a bright bar extending from the left side of the screen to mid-
screen. To move the cursor, press the appropriate key as indicated on the menu (usually '1'), and
notice that the cursor moves one line down. Repeatedly pressing the key (or holding it down), will
make the cursor move all the way down to the last editable line, and then start again at the top. To
select the line or sensor to edit, stop the
PMS II Operator's Instructions