b) Turn on the power. Enter the Utility Menu as described in 7.2.1.
c) Press CALL to indicate CALIBRATION, which is "4-20 mA Output adjust, low" in
the Utility Menu (See table in 7.2.2.) Now use the arrow keys to make your
DVM read 8 mA. Press ENTER twice to confirm.
d) Press CALL to indicate TEMPERATURE, which is "4-20 mA Output adjust,
high" in the Utility Menu (See table in 7.2.2). Now use the arrow keys to make
your DVM read 16 mA. Press ENTER twice to confirm.
e) Press RUN to return to on line or press CALL to proceed to another item in the
7.6 Altitude Compensation
7.6.1 The instrument can be compensated for the altitude at which it is located by the
a) Go to the UTILITY MENU as described in 7.2.1.
b) Press CALL to indicate “STATUS” which is “ALTITUDE COMPENSATION” in
the Utility Menu.
c) Adjust the display to your altitude in thousands of feet. For example, 0.34 on
display corresponds to an altitude of 340 feet. Press ENTER. The display will
flash until ENTER is pressed again to confirm entry.
d) The supported altitude range is from –1,000 to 30,000 ft. (-305 to 9,144 m) or –
1.00 to 30.00 on the display. As shipped from the factory the altitude is set to
zero. i.e. sea level.
e) Press RUN to go on line, or CALL to proceed to another Utility Menu item.
8.1.1 The DOCN600 has diagnostic features which alerts the operator to invalid entries
and memory loss. Invalid entries are indicated by the flashing of the appropriate
menu LED. The flashing will commence after RUN is pressed and will continue
until the errors are corrected. Memory loss is indicated by the flashing of TEST and
by the alarm relay if enabled by DIP Switch No. 5 of Bank S1. See Section 4.8.3.
8.2 Invalid Output
8.2.1 Invalid output will be indicated if the expanded range is less than 10% of full scale.
To correct, refer to Section 5.4.