Quick Start Guide
The HQ 210, with its climatic condition module, measures CO2, humidity, and temperature.
Operating temperature, protection of the instruments, and information about storage and the battery
- Operating temperature: 0 to 50 °C (+32 to +122 °F)
- IP 54
- Storage temperature: -20 to 80 °C (-4 °F to 176 °F)
If the instrument is stored outside the operating temperature (for example in a van, a warehouse,…) please wait for 10 minutes in its operating temperature before starting and using it.
Rechargeable Li-ion battery inside the instrument, 16 h battery-life with a pressure module or 14 h a hotwire probe. The instrument is supplied with a 5 V, 1 A power adapter to load the internal battery. The current loading is indicated by a battery symbol on the top left of the screen. The orange lead on the bottom of the instrument is also on until the full loading of the battery (the lead turns green).
Hereby, Sauermann Industrie SAS declares that the radio equipment type AMI 310 is in compliance with Directive 2014/53/EU. The full text of the EU declaration of conformity is available at the following internet address: www.sauermanngroup.com
|1. Battery level
2. Date and time
3. Home screen
4. Measurement menu
5. Dataset menu
6. Configuration menu
|7. Information menu
8. Function keys
9. OK button
10. Navigation arrows
11. ESC button
12. On/Off button
2. Location to remove the module
4. Probe handle
|1. Mini-DIN C2 connection||2. Mini-DIN C1 connection|
|1. USB connection + power supply||2. Light indicator for battery charging|
Use of the probes
Connect a probe
Connect the mini-DIN cable to the mini-DIN connection of the probe.
Connect the mini-DIN cable with the probe on the instrument.
A beep indicates that the operation has been correctly performed.
Special precautions for air velocity probes
Before any use of the device with an air velocity probe, please lower the protective tube (1) of the sensitive element (except the vane probe).
Always use the standard air velocity probe with the redpoint in front of the flow.
Always use the telescopic probe with the white point in front of the flow.
Add a wireless probe
Start and record datasets
The instrument is on.
Select with arrows keys “Measurement” menu. Press OK.
Select with arrows keys the measurement in which the dataset will be performed.
Press the “Functions” key then select “Dataset” with arrow keys and press OK.
Dataset menu is displayed.
Go to line “Name” with arrow keys and press OK. A keypad is displayed on the bottom of the screen.
Select the letters with arrow keys then press OK.
To go from the lower case keypad to the upper case keypad then to the numeric keypad, press the function key: aAl
To delete a letterpress the function key is “Delete”.
Press the function “Validate” to validate the name of the dataset.
A dataset is composed of several dated measuring points.
You can choose between an automatic dataset or a manual dataset.
Go to “Type” with arrow keys then press OK.
Select “Manu.” for manual or “Auto.” for automatic. Go to “Start” then press OK.
View the recorded datasets
Go to the “Dataset” menu with the arrow keys from the home screen.
The different measuring datasets are displayed. They are listed by date.
To delete all the datasets: press the function key “Del all”.
To delete just one dataset: go to the dataset to delete with the arrow keys and press the function key “Delete”.
A confirmation window opens: select YES to confirm the deletion or No to cancel.
The instrument is on.
Go to “Measurement” with the arrow keys.
Press the function key “Functions” then select “Averages” then press OK.
The “Average” menu is displayed.
Go to the “Measurement” menu with the arrow keys and press OK.
Measurements are displayed.
Measurements are frozen on the screen and the minimum and maximum values are displayed.
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Customer service portal
Use our Customer service portal to contact us
ZA Bernard Moulinet
24700 – Montpon
QSG – HQ 210 – 17/01/2022
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