Important Safety Information The symbols for the warnings used in this manual are defined below. Classifications Danger: To Prevent Serious Injury or Death Warnings in this classification indicate danger that may result in serious injury or death if not observed. Caution: To Prevent Damage to the Product Warnings in this classification indicate risks of damage to the product that may void the product warranty if not observed.
Danger Never bring the probe close to a flammable gas atmosphere. The heated sensor may cause a fire or explosion. Forbidden Never touch the sensor. The sensor is heated during operation. Touching the heated sensor may cause burns, and may also damage the sensor itself. Don’t touch Hot surface Do not disassemble or heat the batteries, or put them into a...
Do not subject the instrument or the probe to strong impacts. Dropping the unit or placing heavy objects on it may cause damage or malfunction to the instrument. Forbidden Never disassemble, modify or repair the product. Failure to observe the above may cause short circuit and/or other failure that will affect the performance.
Do not move the main unit and the probe from a cold place to a warm place quickly. It will cause dew condensation. Even when used in an environment within the specified operating Forbidden temperature and humidity, a sudden temperature change may cause condensation.
How to Measure ........... 10 § 4 Specifications ..........11 § 5 Troubleshooting .......... 12 § 6 Compensation of Air Velocity Value ..... 13 § 7 Warranty and After Service ......14 Kanomax Limited Warranty ..........14 § 8 Contact Information ........15...
§ 1 Part Names and Functions (Instrument) Part Names and Functions (Main Body) ＜Side＞ ＜Front＞ ＜Back＞ Probe Connector Power/Function *Do not leave the Switch probe inlet open except when replacing probe. Display Battery Case ＜Enlarged view of the Power/Function Switch＞ 3.
Part Names and Functions (Probe) Directional Point Air Velocity Sensor *Face it windward Sensor Air Temperature (temperature Air Velocity/Air Temperature Sensor compensation) (temperature compensation) sensors are built in. *During measurement, the whole surface of the sensor should be exposed to the wind. Grip To replace the probe, push and hold the buttons on both sides of the connector and...
§ 2 Preparation for Measurement Installing Batteries Use four AA size batteries. Make sure that the power is off before inserting the batteries. If you are using charging batteries, charge them with a special charger prior to use. ＜Back (Battery Case)＞...
Battery Level Indicator Battery level is displayed as below depending on the charge left: (Lower than 4.0V) (More than 4.6V） (4.6V - 4.3V） (4.3V – 4.0V） Blinking of the indicator Replacement of Medium Sufficient Batteries Guaranteed operating voltage range of the battery is more than ...
§ 3 How to Measure Procedure Flow Chart - Push and hold the switch for more than 1 second Pause *When the power is turned on, air velocity Power is on measurement mode ON/OFF (FAST) is automatically Press and hold for selected.
§ 4 Specifications MODEL 6006 Items to Measure Clean air of normal pressure/humidity 0.01 m/s to 20.0 m/s (20 FPM to 3940 FPM) Air Velocity Range -20 °C to 70.0 °C (-4 °F to 158 °F) Temperature ±5% of reading or ±0.015 m/s (±3 FPM), whichever is greater Air Velocity Accuracy ±1.0 °C (±2.0 °F)
§ 5 Troubleshooting Before asking for repair, check the items below. 1. Under normal conditions: Problems Possible Cause Corrective Action Replace them with new Dead batteries. batteries. No power. Wrong battery polarity. Insert them correctly. (LCD remains unlit) Clean the contact point of Dirty contact point.
§ 6 Compensation of Air Velocity Value Air temperature, humidity and pressure can influence accuracy of air velocity. ＜Influence of air temperature＞ ANEMOMASTER LITE is a hot-wire anemometer that uses heat radiation measure wind speed, therefore, temperature compensation is needed to prevent the influence of ambient temperature.
Warranty and After Service Kanomax Limited Warranty The limited warranty set forth below is given by KANOMAX JAPAN, Inc. (hereafter referred to as “KJI”) with respect to the KANOMAX brand anemometer, and its attachment parts including probe and other accessories (hereafter referred to as “PRODUCT”) purchased directly from KJI or from and authorized distributor.