There are three menu branches:
Channel menu has all configuration items asso-
ciated with the channel.
Viewing head menu has all configuration items
associated with the Viewing head.
Options menu has global and system configu-
ration items and information.
Note: The RESET button will return you to the de-
fault display from any place in the menu structure.
If left for a period of time without intervention, the
display will revert back to the default display.
(Except during auto calibration modes)
A channel (Primary and or Alternate) can be assigned
to a viewing head (or viewing head sensor in the case
of advanced S550x viewing heads).
Default choices are available in two menus.
Channel (Primary and or Alternate) defaults all
parameters under the channel menu except for
the viewing head association. The viewing head
(or the viewing head sensor) assigned to the
defaulted channel will also be defaulted.
Options defaults all channels and viewing heads
as well as resetting the system wide parameters
and viewing head to channel association.
Note: The response to YES is always the STORE
Green is the current set point stored in memory.
Orange indicates that the setting has been changed
but not saved yet.
The speed of changing numerical values is acceler-
ated as the key is held down.
The UP and DOWN buttons are used to change nu-
merical values or to jump between configuration pa-
The SELECT button is used to jump to the next item in
all 3 of the menu structures, or to select intermediate
parameters that will not be stored.
MODELS P531, P532 AND P532UI OPERATING MANUAL
Alternate – Primary (during configuration)
The top line will display ALT or PRIM, followed by :
The color of this line (top)
The CHANNEL button will toggle between these two
Alternate configurations can be activated by applying
a voltage across the select terminals.
DEFAULT DISPLAY FOR P532, P532 UI
The default display will appear most of the time. Each
line on the display will always be associated with the
same channel. The default display will show the flame
count for all 3 channels.
IR saturation is indicated by flame counts of 9999
Normal Flame counts are in the range of 0 to 3500 for
the S55x viewing heads and 0 to 3000 for S70x / S80x
viewing heads (viewing head #3)
A red display will indicate that channel is associated
with the IR only portion of a viewing head's output.
(Saturation is indicated for advanced viewing heads
A green display will indicate that channel is associ-
ated with the UV only portion of a viewing head's out-
An orange display will indicate that channel is associ-
ated with a mixture of both IR and UV from a S550
A Blank Line indicates that no viewing head is associ-
ated with the channel.
This could also indicate that the gain of an associated
sensor is zero.
Channel letter (A, B, or C)
Viewing Head number (1, 2, or 3)
Red indicates that this configuration is active at
Green indicates a non active configuration.