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Honeywell QX Installation Instruction

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QX, SX and QXe Recorders - Installation Instruction
Alarm Relay and Digital Input/Output cards
QX Recorder
This Installation Instruction sheet is intended as a guide for replacing or installing hardware and for setting up
functionality in the recorder. Refer to the User manual for detailed operational requirements.
The QX, SX and QXe recorders are designed for ease of assembly with minimal disturbance to the rest of the unit. If
unsure, please return the unit to your supplier for repair or upgrade.
Removing the case and opening the back of the recorder should only be performed under the following circumstances:
When an item of hardware requires individual replacement.
When an item of hardware is to be retrospectively fitted.
In all other instances it is recommended that the complete unit be returned to an authorised agent or service centre.
For Agency Approved recorders the product needs to be upgraded or repaired by an Authorized Repair facility
WARNING
HAZARDOUS VOLTAGES
Disconnect all power to the recorder before removing the case and attempting any maintenance procedures.
SAFETY TESTS
Upon completion of service procedures detailed in this manual two basic safety tests should be performed in order to
ensure continued safe operation of the instrument.
Earth Resistance; 25 VDC applied between case and protective earth, bonding resistance should be < 0.1 Ohm.
Insulation Resistance; 500Vdc applied between the earth terminal, and the live and neutral terminal shorted together,
insulation resistance to be >2.0 MOhm. (Mega Ohm, NOT milli Ohm)
Failure to comply with these instructions could result in death or serious injury
CAUTION
OBSERVE ANTI-STATIC PRECAUTIONS
Refer to BS EN61340-5-1: 2001. Basic specification. Protection of electrostatic sensitive devices.
Full anti-static precautions MUST be observed when in contact with the electronics of your recorder.
SAVE DATA, SETUPS AND LAYOUTS
Removal of PCBs and battery back-up will result in the loss of all non-volatile data.
Ensure all data and set-ups are saved.
Failure to comply with these instructions may result in product damage.
43-TV-33-57 iss.2 GLO Oct 06
SX Recorder
UK
QXe Recorder
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  Summary of Contents for Honeywell QX

  • Page 1 Refer to the User manual for detailed operational requirements. The QX, SX and QXe recorders are designed for ease of assembly with minimal disturbance to the rest of the unit. If unsure, please return the unit to your supplier for repair or upgrade.
  • Page 2: Panel Mounting

    Removal of the rear panel is necessary for replacement or fitting any of the PC cards. To remove the rear panel of the recorder, loosen and remove the two screws (QX and QXe = M3 x 6, SX = M4 x 8) at the top corners of the rear panel, taking care to retain both the shake-proof washer and the screw.
  • Page 3 Figure 2 QX recorder QX cards Position Card Type Slot Shown Power Supply Card Transmitter Power Supply Card Analogue Input Card A, B Pulse Input Card A, B Analogue Output Card B (Not shown) Alarm/Digital IO Card Processor Card Mother Board...
  • Page 4 The Digital I/O cards are available with 8 or 16 channels; all channels may be used as digital inputs or relay outputs. (Only the 8 channel version is available on QXe) All alarm cards take up slot position in slot G in the QX and QXe recorders and slot positions G, H and I in the SX recorder.
  • Page 5 If the alarm card is being replaced, locate and remove the M3 x 8 earth screw from the bottom position of the unit, (QX and QXe = Slot G, SX = Slot G, H and I) see Figure 4,5 & 6.
  • Page 6: Re-Assembling The Unit

    Reposition the shake-proof washers and replace and tighten two screws (QX and WXe = M3 x 6, SX = M4 x 8) at the top corners of the rear panel.

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