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HIAC PODS+ Self-Diagnostic Alerts and Cleaning Routines
Operator purposely sampled fluid that exceeded 1000 cSt in viscosity so the PODS+ “Calibration voltage out of range” alert would trigger. The PODS+ is loaded with sensors that notifies the operator when the fluid exceeds coincidence level, air pressure too low, sensor is blocked, or the flow path is restricted/blocked. We alert the operator so sample fluid is not wasted nor analyzed for false answers. Two different Cleaning Routines allow the operator clean the sensor and/or the flow path to ensure accurate particle counting. This video also demonstrates both Cleaning Routines: Clean By Counts (analyzes particle counts while cleaning) and Clean By Volume (the amount of cleaning volume).
Brief product demonstration highlighting the following features: Sample Recipe Wizard, Self Diagnostic Alerts and Cleaning Routines, Internal Compressor and Moisture Detector, Internal Compressor and Moisture Detector, Online Mode, Filter Cart Mode, and Digital Exports.
Operator pushes buttons in a step-by-step product demonstration on how to create a new recipe. Operator inputs specific parameters such as Operating Mode, Tare Volume, Sample Volume, Number of Runs, Calibration, Reporting Standard etc. Once the operator assigns a unique parameter then they save the Recipe by assigning it with a unique name. This unique recipe name can be used over and over again by selecting recipe, pressing start, inserting sample, and then the sample is run through the HIAC PODS+.
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