Function introduction of Vertical Flammability Tester

The Vertical Flammability Tester has good safety performance, flexible and simple operation. The main feature is its automatic calibration function, which can guide the operator step by step through the prompt on the LCD screen with backlight to calibrate. The control circuit is based on a microprocessor chip, packaged into a plug-in module and connected to a standard connection template. The sensor and signal generator are installed in an explosion-proof casing with a glass cover. The digital display with backlight can display both sensor readings and menu functions during programming.

Vertical Flammability Tester

A cover with glass is screwed on the housing of the Vertical Flammability Tester. The magnetic programming button located on the transmitter panel can be operated by a handheld magnetic programming tool, which ensures the interference-free operation of the sensor interface. All calibration and on-site debugging can be carried out without opening the cover and maintaining the original state of the site.

The calibration prompt is displayed on the backlit LCD screen, which greatly simplifies the calibration procedure. The technician can simply start the calibration procedure with a magnetic programming tool. Once the calibration procedure is started, the Vertical Flammability Tester will display the calibration menu, which provides two options for zero calibration and initial calibration. The end of calibration display will return to the calibration menu. The display will ask for the gas set by the tester and its concentration. As soon as the gas is supplied, the tester automatically initiates calibration. When the signal stabilizes, the tester will record the initial data and prompt the operator to disconnect the air source. Once the gas concentration is zero, the tester will automatically continue its original normal work. If the tester cannot perform the calibration procedure for any reason, an error message will be displayed. This procedure takes less than three minutes and is almost error-free.