Quest Diagnostics QUESTEMP 36 User Manual
A series of dashes appear in the display if one of the following occur:
• the Heat Index or Humidex is outside of its allowable range
• the temperature is outside of its allowable range
• a temperature sensor has failed
• stay times temperatures are outside of the their defined range
STAY TIME DATA
The screen(s) displaying stay time data appear different for each of the
If ACGIH is selected, the recommended working minutes per hour are shown
for each of the workload
categories Light (L), Moderate
(M), Heavy (H), and Very Heavy
If the Navy Phels are selected, the recommended working hours are shown
based on a maximum of eight
hours. Three screens are used to
display the PHELs two at time.
8:01 following one of the PHELs
indicates greater than eight hours.
If EPRI is selected, the recommended working hours are shown based on a
maximum of four hours. Working
hours for Light (L) , Moderate
(M), and Heavy (H) workload
categories are shown. 4:01
indicates greater than four hours.
L M H VH ►1
60 45 30 15
PHEL_5 3:10 ►1
L M H ►1
4:01 3:00 1:30
7. DATA LOGGING
Data from each sensor is recorded at the interval set by the logging rate. Every time
RUN STOP is pressed, a session is either started or ended in memory. Each
session contains a header with time, date, and summary information.
MEMORY TABLE: Gives the number of logging DAYS.
11.2 22.5 56.2 112.4 168.6 337.3 674.5
56.2 84.3 168.6
3.7 7.5 18.7
37.5 56.2 112.4
The recorded data can be sent to a computer through the serial RS232 port or to a
parallel printer. Serial transmission requires Quest cable #54-715. Parallel
transmission requires Quest cable #56-875. With the cable plugged in, select
PRINT from the menu and press the I/O ENTER key to enter the PRINT mode.
Begin printing by pressing the I/O ENTER key. Press the key again to abort
software is recommended for downloading, storing, and
graphing your data. Communications programs such as Window’s
Hyperterminal may also be used to capture the printout into a file. The baud
rate is fixed at 9600.
Data can be sent directly to parallel printers that accept direct ASCII test input
without special drivers. Make sure the printer is powered on and is ONLINE,
ready to accept data, prior to printing.