Temperature Measuring Device User Guide

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PN 770055901










Temperature M
easuring

Device

User Guide


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This material has been created in order to accommodate a wide range of restaurant
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slightly from what is represented in this material. While ParTech, Inc. (“PAR”) takes
grea
t care to ensure the accuracy of these materials, all material is provided
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. PAR

does not make
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EverServ®, the PAR EverServ

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-
4991; Phone: (315) 738
-
060
0.


is a registered trademark of PAR Technology Corporation in the United
States of America.

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Table of Contents

TMD Battery Pack and Charging Cradle with Power Supply Adapter

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Specifications

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TMD Battery Pack Specifications

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Charging Cradle Specifications

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Power Supply Adapter Specifications

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TMD Specifications

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2

Temperatur
e Measuring Device (TMD) Dimensions

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2

Platinum RTD Based Insertion Probe

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2

Infrared Temperature Probe
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2

RFID

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2

Bluetooth Connectivity

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3

Micro USB Port

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3

Power Options

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3

HACCP LEDs

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3

LCD Screen

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3

Platform and Driver Support

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3

Ov
erview
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4

TMD LCD Screen

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5

TMD Buttons

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5

TMD Labels

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6

Serial Number Label

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6

Rating Lab
el

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6

Operations

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7

TMD LCD Screen

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7

TMD Buttons

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8

Power Functions

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9

Power On

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9

Power On with USB Cable to Charge TMD

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Power Off

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10

Standby Mode

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10

Measuring Temperatures with the Insertion Probe

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10

Automatic Measurement

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10

Manual Measurement

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11

Measuring Temperatures with the IR Sensor

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12

Automatic
Measurement

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12

Manual Measurement

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Measuring Temperatures with the
RFID

Sensor

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14

Bluetooth Usage

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15

Bluetooth Status

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15

Bluetooth Button

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16

Timer Usage

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17

Stopwatch

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17

Countdown Timer

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18

Service and Maintenance

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19

Cleaning the TMD

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19

MAC Address
Location

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TMD Battery Removal and Replacement

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Battery Removal

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Battery Replacement

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TMD Charging Cradle Wall Mount Installation

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Charging Cradle Bracket Installation

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Charging Cradle Installation

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Replacement Parts

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Troubleshooting

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Change History

Revision

Reason for Change

Changes

Date

A

Initial release


01/26/2012







WARNING:

This warning denotes that incorrect handling may cause hazardous
conditions, resulting in death or severe injury.


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TMD Battery Pack and Charging Cradle with Power Supply
Adapter

Specifications


Operating Temperature:

0ºC to 40ºC (32°F to 104°F)


Storage Temperature:

-
20ºC to 70ºC (
-
4°F to 158°F)


Ventilation Requirements:

May be used in any ventilation environment

TMD Battery Pack Specifications


Model Name: MODAT
-
300


Battery Type: Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery Pack (see “important” note at
bottom of this page)


Rating
:

3.7V, 1880 mAh, 7Wh

Chargin
g Cradle Specifications


Height of 64.0 mm (2.51 inches)


Width of 75.5 mm (2.97 inches)


Depth of 61.5 mm (2.42 inches)


Input Socket Type: Micro USB

Power Supply Adapter Specifications


Input Voltage: 100V to 240V


Input frequency range:
50
Hz to
60
Hz


Input
current: 0.2A Max


Output voltage: 5V


Output current: 1A Max.


Input AC Socket Type: US 2Pin Plug


Output DC Cable Type: USB A Type


WARNING
:

TMD should only be used with the accessories provided by PAR. Using chargers,
power adapters and/or battery packs n
ot specified by PAR could be hazardous.


WARNING:

I
f
the equipment is used in a manner not specified by the manufacturer, the protection
provided by the equipment may be impaired.

IMPORTANT:


Always dispose of battery packs according to federal, state,
and local regulations.
Contact a recycling agency in your area for recycling instructions and locations.

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TMD Specifications


Operating Temperature:

0ºC to
40ºC (
32
°F to 1
04
°F)


Storage Temperature:

-
4
0ºC to
60ºC (
-
4
0
°F to 1
40
°F)


Input Voltage:


5V


Input
Current:


0.5A Max.

Temperature Measuring Device (TMD) Dimensions


Height: 182.5 mm (7.19 inches)


Width: 51.0 mm (2.01 inches)


Depth: 47.5 mm (1.87 inches)

Platinum RTD Based Insertion Probe


Temperature range of
-
40°C to 300°C (
-
40°F to 572°F)


Accuracy


-
40°C to 300°C (
-
40°F to 572°F) = Measured Temp ± 0.5°C


Probe approximate 4” usable insertion depth. Folds back into hand grip for storage
when not in use

Infrared Temperature Probe


Temperature range of
-
40°C to 300°C (
-
40°F to 572°F)


Accuracy


0°C to 65°C

(32°F
-

150°F) = Measured Temp ±1 °C (± 2 °F)


< 0°C (32°F) = Measured Temp ± 1°C (± 2°F) + 0.1 degree per degree


Formula:[=Measured Temp ±
│(
1°C or 2°F) +(Measured Temp * 0.1)
│]


>65°C (150 °F) = Measured Temp ± (Measured Temp *1.5%)


Distance to Spot: 4:1


IR sensor detects surface temperatures and target beam visible on surfaces
within
approximately five (5) inches

RFID


13.56 MHz operating frequency


10 mm typical range for passive tags, 30 mm for self energized tags


Compliant to NFCIP
-
1 (ISP 18092) and NFCI
P
-
2

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Bluetooth Connectivity


Ability to interface with outside devices via Bluetooth


Supports Bluetooth 2.0 capability

Micro USB Port


Used for charging the battery pack. Micro USB charging cable required, PAR P/N
980017903

Power Options


Lithium Ion Batter
y, requires initial charging of approximately 4 hours


Rechargeable battery (at least 1000 mAh)

HACCP LEDs

The chart below identifies the temperature guidelines for illuminating the HACCP LEDs. The
LEDs appear on the TMD below the screen.

LED

Description


Cold indicator. Green LED lights for temperatures < 40
º
F (< 4C).


Alert indicator. Red LED lights for temperatures 40
º to 140 º

F (4
º to 60 º

C).


Hot indicator. Green LED lights for temperatures >140
º
F (> 60
º
C).

LCD Screen


Backlight
:
White LED


V
iewing cone: +/
-

35°


Viewing direction
:
6 o’clock


L
iquid
C
rystal
M
aterial:

FSTN, White


P
olarizer
M
ode:

Transflective
P
ositive

Platform and Driver Support


Windows CE6


Windows Mobile 6.1 and 6.5


Windows Vista


Windows 7

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Overview

This device complies with
part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following
conditions:

1.

This device may not cause harmful interferences, and

2.

This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.

The Sure Check Te
mperature Measuring Device (TMD) is a handheld multifunction
temperature probe used for
captur
ing temperatures
in three (3) measurement modes.

Infrared, RFID and insertion temperature probes are selectable from the front of the unit.
(The TMD unit can be u
sed as a standalone device.)



Front View Side View

The
TMD is used in conjunction with a PDA running the
EverServ Sure Check

PDA software.
A Sure Check TMD integrates the following into a single handheld device.


Integrated RFID reader for passive and temperature logging tags (located on the top
of the unit)


Non
-
contact Infrared temperature probe with targeting beam (located on
the top of
the unit)


Platinum RTD based insertion probe. Folds outward to approximately 180 degrees


Bluetooth connectivity


Rechargeable, replaceable Lithium
-
ion battery. (Calibration parameters are retained
during power loss or battery replacement)


HACCP
LED’s for process monitoring

Insertion
Probe

Micro USB
port

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Touch button membrane (aka, Keypad)


Micro USB port

K8935 provides a charging cradle, AC
-
DC adapter and USB to right
-
angle micro USB cable.

TMD LCD Screen

The screen consists of

U
ser
I
nterface (UI)

elements
shown
as LCD segments
. These
segments

are l
it according to specific conditions (discussed in Operations on page
7
).


The UI provides information on the mode b
eing used and additional information needed. For
example, the sample above shows a temperature of 165.5°F.

TMD Buttons

The physical buttons on the TMD control
the
operation
s

and interact with a connected PDA

(discussed in Operations on page
8
).


The built
-
in Bluetooth connection is discussed later in this document.

Temperature

LCD segments

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TMD Labels

A TMD has several labels as outlined below.

Serial Number Label

The serial number label is
shown below.


Rating Label

The TMD rating label (shown below) is located on the back of the unit.


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Operations

The following provides operating procedures for your TMD.

TMD LCD Screen

The screen consists of UI elements

that are

shown using
LCD segments
.


The segments
are lit according to conditions outlined
below.

Element

Description


Blinks to indicate that a temperature measurement is in progress.


Indicates the temperature sensing mode. Use the Mode button to select a
sensing mode. Only one mode is shown after it is selected.

Left to right the elements is: insertion probe, infrared (IR) or RFID.


Indicates the current or final temperature and the

unit of measure.
Fahrenheit (F) or Celsius (C) can be selected using the Set button.


Labels for the two range values.


Indicates the range of values for the measured temperature.


Indicates the status of the Bluetooth connection to the PDA.


Indicates that the timer mode is set and running.


Indicates the charge level of the built
-
in battery.


HACCP LED Indicators for Cold (green), Alert (red) and Hot (green).


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TMD Buttons

The physical buttons on the TMD control its operation and interact

with a connected PDA
.


The buttons
are
outlined
below.

Button

Description


Starts the temperature scan if not in Timer mode. In timer mode it
increments the set value for the countdown timer.


Used to toggle between
°
F and
°C

when not in Timer mode. In timer
mode it decrements the set value for the countdown timer.


This button turns the TMD On or Off. It also changes the data
collection modes between: Insertion Probe





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Used to enter Timer mode, plus starts or stops the timer.


Used to turn the Bluetooth radio on or off.


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Power Functions

Power On

You can power the TMD as follows.

3.

Press and hold (Mode

/

Power
)

button for appr
oximately

two

(2
) seconds
.

4.

The
LCD Backlight and all

LCD segments turn on for
two

(2
)

seconds.

5.

The TMD

perform
s

a self check
.
If no errors are detected the device emit
s

an audible
beep and
is

ready for use.


It
display
s

an error code halting usage

of the device if appropriate.

6.

The
LCD
shows
the current firmware revision for two

(2
) seconds
, and then clears
the display
.

Default setting
s at
power on

are
:


Insertion probe

mode is active/on.


Bluetooth/IR/RFID all inactive/off
.


Temperature setting is in Fahrenheit (
º
F).


C
urrent battery charge level

is shown
.

Power On
with
USB Cable
to
Charg
e TMD

You can power the TMD to charge as follows.

1.

Connect the smaller end of the USB cable to the Micro USB port

on the TMD.

2.

Connect the USB

into the device used for charging (PDA or PC). The TMD

turn
s

on.

3.

The
LCD Backlight and all LCD segments turn on for two

(2
) seconds.

4.

The TMD

perform
s

a self check
.
If no errors are detected the device emit
s

an audible
beep and
is

ready for use.


It
displa
y
s

an error code halting usage

of the device if appropriate.

5.

The
LCD
shows

the current firmware revision for
two (
2
)

seconds
, and then clears
the display
.

6.

While device is charging the battery icon will flash and display current charge level.

Default settin
g
s

on power on:


Insertion probe

mode is active/on.


Bluetooth/IR/RFID all inactive/off.


Temperature setting is in Fahrenheit (
º
F).

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Power Off

You can power off TMD as follows.

1.

Press and hold
the
Mode
/ Power

button for appr
oximately

five

(5
) seconds
.

2.

The
TMD

turn
s

off.

IMPORTANT:

When the TMD is
power
ed

off, all display data will be lost.

Standby Mode

This is a p
assive
m
ode

and is not selectable. It works as follows.

1.

The TMD enter
s

Standby Mode after
being
inactiv
e for
10 (ten) seconds
.

2.

To exit S
tandby
Mode
, press
any key

or provide
USB
/
Bluetooth input.

3.

The TMD
transition
s
from Standby Mode to Power off
after

sixty

(60
) seconds of
inactivity.

IMPORTANT:

When the TMD
transition
s to
power off, all display data will be lost.

Default setting
s

on Standby:


L
CD Backlight turns off.


Last measured value and TMD state are retained.

Measuring Temperatures with the Insertion Probe

The following outlines using the insertion probe. It assumes the TMD is on and the probe is
inserted into the item being measured.


WAR
NING
:

When a measured object is above 200C, do not leave the RTD inserted for more than
two (2) minutes.

Automatic
Measurement

This measurement method samples temperatures and automatically holds the value once it
is stable.

1.

P
ress the

button until the

icon illuminates to indicate the
Insertion

Probe sensing mode.

2.

The upper value display and lower value displays should
have
no value.

3.

Press the

button to start a measurement session.

If any HACCP icons were
illuminated from a prior measurement session,
they are cleared.

4.

A measurement session is started and

flashes.

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5.

The current measurement value is shown in the top
-
most display
.

Refer to the
example below.


6.

The maximum and minimum values for all measurements thus far in this session are
displayed in t
he range display

and the

label is also illuminated.

7.

Measurement samples continue
until one of the following conditions occurs:


Stable
: 5 consecutive measurements are within 0.5F of each other.


Aborted
: User terminates measurement by pressing

before

a stable
temperature is measured or the session times out.


Timed
-
Out
: The session times out after 30 seconds of measurements without
a stable temperature.


WARNING
:

The Temperature Probe may be HOT following a measurement. Do not touch the
probe until
it cools down.

Manual
Measurement

This measurement method continuously samples temperatures until the user ends the
session.

1.

P
ress the

button until the

icon illuminates to indicate the Temperature
Probe sensing mode.

2.

The upper value display and lower v
alue displays should be clear (no value).

3.

Press

and hold

the

button

for 2 seconds

to start a measurement session.

If
any HACCP icons were illuminated from a prior measurement session, they are
cleared.

4.

A measurement session is started and

illuminates (
not flashing)
.

5.

The current measurement value is shown in the top
-
most display
.



Refer to the example below.

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6.

The maximum and minimum values for all measurements thus far in this session are
displayed in the range display

and the

label is also illuminated.

7.

Measurement s
amples continue

until one of the following conditions occurs:


Ended
: User terminates measurement by pressing

before
the
session times out.


Timed
-
Out
: The session times out after
120

seconds of measurements.


WARNING
:

The Temperature Probe may be HOT following a measurement. Do not touch the
probe until it cools down.

Measuring Temperatures with the IR Sensor

The following outlines using the IR sensor. It assumes the TMD is on.


WARNING
:

When a measured obj
ect is above 150C (302F), keep the TMD at least 5cm (2
inches) away from the measured object.

Automatic
Measurement

This measurement method samples temperatures and automatically holds the value once it
is stable.

1.

P
ress the

button until the

icon illumi
nates t
o indicate the IR

sensing
mode.

2.

The upper value display and lower value displays should
have
no value.

3.

Press the

button to start a measurement session. If any HACCP icons were
illuminated from a prior measurement session, they are cleared.

4.

A measu
rement session is started and

flashes.

5.

The IR targeting LED illuminates on the front of the TMD to assist in aiming.

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6.

The current measurement value is shown in the top
-
most display
.



Refer to the example below.


7.

The maximum and minimum values for all
measurements thus far in this session are
displayed in the range display

and the

label is also illuminated.

8.

Measurement samples continue until one of the following conditions occurs:


Stable
: 5 consecutive measurements are within 0.5F of each other.


Ab
orted
: User terminates measurement by pressing

before a stable
temperature is measured or the session times out.


Timed
-
Out
: The session times out after 30 seconds of measurements without
a stable temperature.

Manual
Measurement

This measurement method
continuously samples temperatures until the user ends the
session.

1.

P
ress the

button until the

icon illuminates to indicate the IR sensing
mode.

2.

The upper value display and lower value displays should
have
no value.

3.

Press

and hold

the

button
for 2 seconds
to start a measurement session.
If any HACCP icons were illuminated from a prior measurement session, they are
cleared.

4.

A measurement session is started and

illuminates (not flashing)
.

5.

The IR targeting LED illuminates on the front of the T
MD to assist in aiming.

6.

The current measurement value is shown in the top
-
most display
.

Refer to the
example below.

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7.

The maximum and minimum values for all measurements thus far in this session are
displayed in the range display

and the

label is als
o illuminated.

8.

Measurement samples continue until one of the following conditions occurs:


Ended
: User terminates measurement by pressing

before the
session times out.


Timed
-
Out
: The session times out after
120

seconds of measurements
without a stable t
emperature.

Measuring Temperatures with the
RFID

Sensor

The following outlines using the RFID sensor. It assumes the TMS is on.

1.

P
ress the

button until the

icon illuminates to indicate the RFID
sensing mode.

2.

The upper value display and lower value displ
ays should
have
no value.

3.

Press the

button to start a
scanning

session. If any HACCP icons were
illuminated from a prior measurement session, they are cleared.

4.

A
scanning

session is started and

flashes.


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5.

The TMD searches for a suitable RFID tag
that has temperature sensing capability

(examples shown above)
.


The search continues until one of the following conditions occurs:


Suitable Tag Found
:
A temperature
-
sensing tag has been found
.


Aborted
: User terminates
scanning for a tag

by pressing

b
efore a
suitable tag has been found and
before the session times out.


Timed
-
Out
: The session times out after 30 seconds of
searching

without a
suitable tag being found
.

Bluetooth Usage

The TMD features a Bluetooth status icon and button. Each is outlined
below.

Bluetooth

Status

The status of the TMD’s Bluetooth radio can be viewed using the Bluetooth status icon.


The Bluetooth icon indicates the radio’s connectivity and power state as shown in the
following table.

Icon

State

Desc
ription

(none)

Off

BT radio is off.


On

BT radio is on, but not connected.


Connected

BT radio is on and connected, but not actively
communicating.


(blinking)

Pairing

BT radio is on and not connected and is available for
pairing requests.




Communicating

BT radio is on, connected and actively communicating.

Bluetooth
status icon

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(blinking ring)

Bluetooth Button

The Bluetooth radio’s state is controlled using the Bluetooth (BT) button.


The Bluetooth radio’s various states are controlled using the BT button

as shown in the
following table.

Current State

Action

Final State

Any except Off

Hold for 2 seconds

Off

Off

Hold for 2 seconds

On

Any except Pairing,
Communicating

Hold for 5
seconds

Pairing

Pairing

Hold for 5 seconds

Prior state (aborts Pairing)


Notes:


If the BT radio is already connected and the user requests the Pairing mode, the
current connection is broken in favor of finding a new connection.


The TMD automatically
exits Pairing mode if no suitable connection is made within 60
seconds. It then reverts to the prior mode and is available to reconnect to the last
-
paired device.


If the TMD enters the Off power state, the state of the Bluetooth radio is retained
(except f
or Pairing mode) and resumed once the TMD enters any other power state.

Bluetooth
button

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Timer Usage

The
Timer

button
supports
two functions:


Stopwatch,
count up from zero


Countdown Timer,

count
s

down from
a
defined value
.

If a timer (count down or count up) is in
-
progres
s, the

icon blinks. This applies to all
timer and measurement modes.

When in the timer mode, the upper (large) display is not used and remains blank. The
middle display is used to count minutes from 0
-
999 and the lower display is used to count
seconds fr
om 00.0 to 59.9. An example is provides below.

1.

The middle display starts at 000 and the lower display starts at 00.0.

2.

The lower display counts from 00.0 seconds to 59.9 seconds. Then it resets to 00.0
and the middle display increments to 1 to represent 1 m
inute.

3.

The current time is read by combining the integer value in minutes from the middle
display and the decimal value in seconds from the lower display.


For example, 23 in the middle display and 34.3 in the lower display equal 23:34.3 or
23 minutes and
34.3 seconds.

4.

Once the middle display reaches 999 minutes and the lower display reaches 59.9
seconds, the stopwatch function stops and remains at that value.

NOTES:


Either
timer
mode can be viewed or initiated when the TMD is not actively measuring
a temp
erature
; when

is not displayed
.


If a timer is in
-
progress, a temperature measurement may be started and the timer
will continue to run in the background
. The blinking

icon indicates that a timer is
still running in the background
.


An in
-
progress timer
is
ended

when the TMD enters the Off
power
state
,

but can
continue to run when in all other power states.

The TMD provides an audio alert
before automatically entering the Off power state and thus canceling any active
timer.

Stopwatch

The stopwatch
function starts at zero and counts elapsed time in minutes and seconds until
the user stops the function. The stopwatch is capable of counting elapsed time up to 16
hours, 39 minutes and 59.9 seconds.

1.

Ensure the TMD is on and not actively measuring a tempe
rature.

2.

Press
.
The timer icon


is displayed
and
all other display elements are cleared
except for the Bluetooth

and battery status

icons which remain
.


If a timer is currently in
-
progress (count up or countdown), its current value
is shown while the timer icon

blinks. (Continue with step 3.)


If a timer is not currently in
-
progress, the display shows their initial values.

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3.

Press

to start the stopwatch.

4.

The timer icon

blinks and the displays update. No units are shown.


Press

to stop the timer. The timer icon

stops blinking. If the timer
has been stopped, pressing

again resumes the timer.


Hold

for 2 seconds to clear the timer, reset the displays

and stop the
timer icon

from blinking, if applicable.

Countdown Timer

The countdown timer function starts at a user
-
specified value and counts down to zero.
When the counter reaches zero (0), the timer stops and the TMD beeps. The countdown
timer is ca
pable of being set in whole minute increments from 1
-
999.

1.

Ensure the TMD is on and not actively measuring a temperature.

2.

Press
.
The timer icon


is displayed
and
all other display elements are cleared
except for the Bluetooth

and battery status

icons

which remain
.


If a timer is currently in
-
progress (count up or countdown), its current value
is shown while the timer icon

blinks. (Continue with step 4.)


If a timer is not currently in
-
progress, the display shows their initial values.

3.

Press

or

to s
et the middle display to the desired countdown start time in
minutes from 1 to 999.


If either

or

is held for more than 2 seconds, the middle display
increments (or decrements) in five (5) minute increments until released.


If

is held for 2 seconds, an
y set time is cleared.

4.

Press

to start the count down from the set value.

5.

The timer icon

blinks and the displays update. No units are shown.


Press

to stop the current timer. The timer icon

stops blinking. If the
timer has been stopped, pressing

a
gain resumes the timer.


Hold

for 2 seconds to clear the timer, reset the displays and stop the
timer icon

from blinking, if applicable.

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Service and Maintenance

The following provides service and maintenance information. Contact PAR Parts for battery
r
eorder information and the TMD service process.

Cleaning the TMD

The TMD unit can be cleaned using a household product such as alcohol. The cleaning
product CANNOT contain more than 70% alcohol.

MAC Address Location

The MAC address is located on the
rating

label (
back side near lower pivot end
).

TMD Battery Removal and Replacement

Battery removal and replacement is outlined below.

Battery Removal

1.

Place the TMD unit face down on a suitable surface to ensure you do not damage the
unit.

2.

Remove the “nub”
(shown below).


3.

Remove the cover retaining screw.

4.

Remove the battery cover.


HINT:

Put the screw in the cover to ensure it does not get lost.

Remove
“nub”

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5.

Carefully remove the battery from the base. You will need to lift the battery gently to
remo
ve it from the base.


IMPORTANT:

Always dispose of battery packs according to federal, state, and local regulations.
Contact a recycling agency in your area for recycling instructions and locations.

Battery Replacement

A new battery
requires an initial charging period of approximately 4 hours before being
used.

1.

The “ears” on the battery must be placed in front of the three tabs on each side of
the base as shown below.


3 tabs

“Ears”

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2.

Place the battery in the base at an angle t
o ensure the label side of battery is facing
up; make sure the ears on battery line up with the inside of the base (shown below).


3.

Once you slide the battery in it will drop down into base. Press firmly to ensure it is
in the base as shown below.


4.

Place
the cover of unit on the base and secure it with screw.

5.

Replace the nub over the screw and push it down.

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TMD
Charging

C
radle Wall Mount Installation

The following provides instructions for wall mounting of the charging cradle.

Charging

C
radle Bracket Inst
allation

The following provides information to mount the wall bracket.

1.

Locate the place where the charging cradle will reside.


HINT:

It is recommended you mount the bracket with the cable connections on the bottom

2.

Place the supplied template on the
wall in the desired location. (A sample template is
shown below.)


3.

Mark the mounting holes at the plus sign (+) as shown above.

4.

Drill holes as needed:


If you are mounting on wood, drill holes for the screws.


If you are mounting on drywall, drill holes to
accept drywall anchors. A 3/16”
drill bit is recommended for the plastic anchors.


5.

Use a Phillips screwdriver to insert screws into the wall. Make sure to that screws
extend 0.2 inches from the wall.

0.078~0.098”

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6.

Remove the four (4) rubber feet from th
e charging cradle bracket.

7.

Locate the charging cradle bracket over the screw heads, and then gently push down
to lock the bracket onto the screws.

Charging

C
radle Installation

The following assumes the charging cradle bracket is attached to wall.

1.

Attach
the micro USB end of cable to the charging cradle and bend wire down to
allow for attachment to the bracket (as shown below).


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2.

Slide the cradle onto the wall mount bracket over the top of wire (as shown below).


3.

Plug the AC/DC adapter into the USB type
A cable as shown below. Two AC/DC
adapters are provided and shown below.



4.

Plug
the AC/DC adapter
into
an
outlet to verify
the charging
cradle is functioning.
The c
harging cradle LED
s show as
:


Green indicates Standby


Red indicates Charging

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Replacement Parts

The table below shows replacement parts.

Replacement Part

PAR Part Number

TMD

M8935

TMD Battery

980017901

TMD Cradle

K8935

Cradle Power Supply Adapter

980017902

TMD Packaging Carton

980017905

Cradle Packaging Carton

980017906

Rubber Hole Plug Kit (4 plugs)

TBD

Troubleshooting


Not powering up. Verify that the battery is fully charged (takes at least 4 hours)


Not pairing up. Verify correct bar code label is being used


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PAR Phone Numbers


For Service


USA:

800.382.6200


Canada
:

800.387.4963


For Parts


USA:

800.PAR.PART


Canada:

800.387.4963


For Sales


Continental USA except New York:

800.448.6505


Outside Continental USA:

315.738.0600