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Installation Addendum

For ET 355 Monitor HL

About this addendum

This document supplements information in the ET 350 Monitor User’s Installation Guide with details that pertain to the 3M DynaproTM ET 355 Monitor HL.

Important

If there appears to be a conflict between information in the ET 350 Monitor User’s Installation Guide and this Installation Addendum: ET 355 Industrial Monitor HL (for hazardous locations), this addendum takes precedence.

If there appears to be a conflict between information in this addendum and the Installation Addendum for the ET 350 Monitor with Heater and ET 355 Monitor HL with Heater, the latter takes precedence.

Translations of intended use and product safety information

ignitable concentrations of gases, vapors or liquids are normally prevented by positive mechanical ventilation;

adjacent to a Class I, Division 1 location, where ignitable concentrations might be occasionally communicated.

Class II, Division 2, Groups F and G hazardous locations; temperature code T6 (less than or equal to 85°C). Where:

combustible dust is not normally in the air in ignitable concentrations;

dust accumulations are normally insufficient to interfere with normal operation of electrical equipment;

dust may be in suspension in the air as the result of infrequent malfunctioning of equipment; or

dust accumulation may be sufficient to interfere with safe dissipation of heat or may be ignitable by abnormal operation.

Translations of intended use and product safety information are at the end of this document (starting on page 8). Definitions of safety symbols that are used on the ET 355 Monitor HL are on page 4 in English and other languages.

Intended Use

The ET 355 Monitor HL (hereafter, ET 355 monitor) is intended to provide touch screen functions for industrial applications in hazardous locations when the monitor is connected to a host computer.

The ET 355 monitor is suitable for use in non-hazardous locations and also in the following types of hazardous locations. Using the monitor in locations other than these will invalidate the warranty and will be solely the user’s risk and responsibility:

Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, and D hazardous locations; temperature code T6 (less than or equal to 85°C). Where:

volatile flammable liquids or flammable gases or vapors exist, but are normally confined within closed containers;

Important

For more detailed definitions of hazardous locations, refer to the UL web site <http://www.ul.com>.

Important

The ET 355 monitor HL is a component. After the monitor is installed in a hazardous location for which it is certified, the whole system or end product of which it is a part must be inspected to confirm seal ratings and compliance with all electrical codes. If your ET 355 monitor HL comes with the KVM extender option, it is not necessary to have the KVM local unit evaluated since the local unit is not to be situated in a hazardous location.

Wiring methods must be in accordance with Class I, Division 2 wiring methods, Article 501-4(b) of the National Electric Code, NFPA 70 for installations in the U.S., or as specified in Section 18-1J2 of the Canadian Electrical Code for installations within Canada and in accordance with the authority having jurisdiction.

Accessory connections must be evaluated in the end application (i.e. nonincendive circuits).

Read and understand all safety information before installing and using this product.

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Product safety information

DANGER

To reduce the risks associated with fire and explosion which, if not avoided, will cause death or serious injury and/or property damage:

Do not open the ET unit (or hatch, if applicable) while the circuit is live unless the area is known to be non-hazardous.

Do not use an external keyboard or mouse unless the area is known to be non-hazardous.

Do not operate the ET unit’s OSD switches, DIP switch, KVM extender remote board, or potentiometer on the KVM extender remote board unless the area is known to be non-hazardous.

Do not disconnect equipment unless power has been switched off or the area is known to be non-hazardous.

Do not replace the fuse unless the power has been disconnected and the area is known to be non-hazardous.

Do not use the ET unit in Class I, Division 1; Zone 0; or Zone 1 hazardous locations.

WARNING

To reduce the risks associated with electrical shock, fire, or explosion which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury and/or property damage:

Follow all product and accessory installation instructions, including instructions for mounting the unit with a NEMA 4X panel gasket (ships with all ET 355 monitors) and instructions that accompany the NEMA 4X hatch kit.

The procedures described in this document should be performed only by trained personnel. Failure to perform all operations correctly could damage the unit and invalidate the warranty.

For servicing or other procedures not described in this document, in the

ET 350 Monitor User’s Installation Guide, or in other ET 35X instructions, return the ET unit to 3M Touch Systems for servicing.

Read and understand all safety information before installing and using the ET unit.

Engineer the installation of the ET unit to take into account the operating environment (e.g., hazardous location, shock/vibration factors).

Properly install the ET unit with a NEMA 4X gasket that is clean, undamaged, and effective.

Do not modify the ET unit.

Do not substitute components. Substitution of components may impair suitability for a Class I, Division 2; Class II, Division 2; or Zone 2 hazardous location.

When replacing a fuse or other part, use a part of the type and rating specified by 3M Touch Systems.

Provide a clean, reliable ground.

Use locking devices on connectors.

To ensure compliance with electrical codes and safe operation of the monitor, have a licensed journeyman electrician familiar with local codes perform all wiring and installation tasks.

When connecting power with fixed field wiring in the NEMA 4X hatch, the field wiring must be double insulated. A clear, flexible insulator (supplied) must cover the portion of the cable that is not double insulated when connecting to a terminal strip connector.

After making an opening in the NEMA 4X hatch, make sure that there are no metal shavings in the hatch.

When installing the ET unit, ensure that specifications for supply circuit overcurrent protection and wiring are not exceeded.

Choose listed (UL) conduit hub or Notified Body Certified gland rated NEMA 4X/IP66 that is suitable for use in hazardous locations, and provide adequate strain relief for wiring.

Properly install the ET unit so that it is environmentally sealed to the NEMA 4X/IP66 standard. Do not use the ET unit with mounting options that are not rated for NEMA 4X/IP66 in environments that require such a seal. Use the NEMA 4X hatch with ET 35X monitors with heater.

If a KVM extender is used with the ET unit, the KVM local unit should be located in an area known to be non-hazardous.

Do not use flammable or combustible cleaners on or near the ET unit.

WARNING

To reduce the risks associated with electrical shock or fire which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury and/or property damage:

If the ET unit is mounted using a NEMA 4X panel gasket, install the unit in a Listed (UL) enclosure.

If the ET unit will be used in corrosive environments, it is the responsibility of the user to test and evaluate the unit in those environments. The monitor, as shipped, has not been evaluated for use in excessively corrosive environments. Using it in such environments, without evaluation and testing, may lead to unsafe conditions.

WARNING

To reduce the risks associated with electric shock and/or burnrelated injury that could result in death or serious injury and/or property damage:

Avoid contact with connectors on power terminal strip unless the power has been disconnected.

Avoid exposed electrical contacts inside the ET unit.

WARNING

To reduce the risks associated with electrical shock which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury and/or property damage:

Make sure that the ground potential difference between the ET unit and the host computer is less than 2V.

Before removing the ET unit from its mounting or performing any other service to the monitor, disconnect power to the unit.

Provide adequate strain relief for all field wiring in accordance with Class I, Division 2 wiring methods Article 501-4(b) of the National Electric Code, NFPA 70 for installations in the U.S., or as specified in Section 18-1J2 of the Canadian Electrical Code for installations within Canada and in accordance with the authority having jurisdiction.

WARNING

To reduce the risks associated with electrical shock or mechanical function which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury and/or property damage:

Apply a “safe touch” setting, especially if the ET unit is running an application or is in a setting where safety is a concern.

Do not use a non-Windows operating system screen saver that may affect the “safe touch” setting and could in turn cause connected peripheral equipment to start or stop inadvertently.

Set the safe touch setting correctly, with the number of minutes entered for the Windows operating system’s energy saver being at least one minute greater than the time entered for the Windows operating system screen saver.

If your ET unit has a display power management system (DPMS) that is configurable from the display’s on-screen Utility menu, do not turn off the DPMS.

WARNING

To reduce the risks associated with electric shock and/or burnrelated injury that could result in death or serious injury and/or property damage:

Do not open the power supply in the ET unit. It contains hazardous voltage/hazardous energy. The power supply has no user-serviceable parts or adjustments inside.

WARNING

To reduce the risks associated with mechanical function which, if not avoided, could result in property damage:

Do not operate the ET unit in conditions outside of the operational specifications.

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WARNING

To reduce the risks associated with skin contact or swallowing of cleaning solutions or fluids which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury and/or cause property damage:

Refer to the cleaner manufacturer’s material safety data sheet (MSDS) and follow all instructions and recommendations.

CAUTION

To reduce the risks associated with muscle strain which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury:

Avoid using the ET unit for long periods of time without breaks.

CAUTION

To reduce the risks associated with eye strain which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury:

Use the ET unit where there is neither too much ambient light nor glare on the screen.

CAUTION

To reduce the risks associated with environmental contamination which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury and/or cause property damage:

Dispose of the ET unit according to applicable governmental regulations.

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Safety labels

Symbol Meaning

The following safety symbols are used on the exterior and interior of the 3M DynaproTM ET 355 Monitor HL:

Symbol Meaning

Consult user instructions. Consulter le mode d'emploi.

Consulte las instrucciones para el usuario. Raadpleeg de instructies voor de gebruiker. Benutzeranweisungen beachten. Consultare le istruzioni per l'utente.

Обратиться к инструкциям для пользователя.

Caution: Risk of electric shock.

Mise en garde : risque de décharges électriques.

Precaución: Riesgo de descarga eléctrica. Let op: Risico van elektrische schokken. Vorsicht: Elektroschock-Gefahr. Avvertenza: rischio di scosse elettriche.

Внимание! Опасность поражения электрическим током.

Lifting hazard.

Risque associé au levage. Cancelación del peligro Gevaarlijk om op te tillen Gefahr des Überhebens

adottate le necessarie misure di protezione.

Опасность при подъеме

Caution: Item is susceptible to electrostatic discharge (ESD) damage if proper precautions are not taken.

Mise en garde : à défaut de prendre des mesures de précaution appropriées, le produit risque de subir des dommages par suite de décharges électrostatiques.

Precaución: El artículo es susceptible a daños por descargas electrostáticas (ESD) si no se toman las precauciones debidas.

Let op: Het item is gevoelig voor beschadiging door elektrostatische ontlading (ESD) als er geen goede voorzorgsmaatregelen worden genomen.

Vorsicht: Das Gerät kann durch elektrostatische Entladungen (ESD) Schaden nehmen, wenn keine geeigneten Vorsichtsmaßnahmen getroffen werden.

Avvertenza: il componente può essere danneggiato dalle scariche elettrostatiche (ESD) nel caso in cui non vengano adottate le necessarie misure di protezione.

Внимание! Объект подвержен повреждению электростатическим разрядом, если не предпринять соответствующих мер предосторожности.

受到靜電釋放(ESD)

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Instructions for installing the ET 355 monitor

User’s Installation Guide

This document is an addendum to the ET 350 Monitor User’s Installation Guide. It is not meant to stand alone. For a summary of topics covered in the Installation Guide and this Addendum, see Table A:

Table A: Topics covered in ET 350 User’s Installation Guide and those covered in this Addendum

Topic

This

ET 350 Monitor

 

document

User’s Installation

 

 

Guide

 

 

 

Connecting cables

 

 

 

 

 

Adjusting monitor

 

 

display settings

 

 

 

 

 

Installing software

 

 

Installing monitor with

KVM extender

Setting backlights saver and “safe touch”

Checking gaskets

Maintaining monitor

Replacing a TouchSurround graphic underlay

Troubleshooting strategies

Connector pin-outs

Specifications

Mounting instructions

There are also documents available to assist you in mounting ET 35X monitors with heater:

Mounting using a NEMA 4X panel gasket: Installing the NEMA 4X Panel Gasket. Ships with all ET 35X monitors.

Mounting using a NEMA 4X hatch: Installing the NEMA 4X Hatch. Ships with all ET 35X monitors with heater.

Software guides

The ET 350 Monitor User’s Installation Guide explains how to install touch screen software that will run with operating systems supported by ET 35X monitors with heater.

For information on how to customize the software, refer to one of the following software guides:

For Windows XP Professional and Windows 2000 Professional operating systems: MicroTouch NFI

Software Guide for Windows XP and Windows 2000

For Windows NT 4.0, Windows 98, and Windows 95 operating systems: Configuration Utilities User’s Guide

Information online

The ET 350 Monitor User’s Installation Guide and the

NEMA 4X Panel Gasket instructions for the ET 355 monitor accompany all ET 355 monitors.

Installing the NEMA 4X Hatch for the ET 355 monitor ships with all units that are ordered with the optional hatch kit.

All of these documents and the software guides are available for download from www.3Mtouch.com.

Guidelines for maintaining the ET 355 Monitor HL

To minimize factors that might cause the monitor to malfunction, follow these guidelines for performing regular preventive maintenance:

To reduce the risk of electromagnetic interference, do not place electrical noise-generating equipment near the monitor.

Check all connections regularly, especially in environments where shock and/or vibration might loosen connections.

The more rugged the environment in which the unit is located, the more frequently preventive maintenance should be performed. For example, if the monitor is used in a wet location, it should be maintained more often than if it is located in a dry, clean area.

Clean the front of the touch screen with a mild windowcleaning solution or other cleaner that will not leave residue on the screen or corrode it. Be careful not to scratch the surface of the screen.

Options

Options available from 3M Touch Systems for use with the ET 355 monitor are:

NEMA 4X Hatch (comes with instructions for installing in ET 355 monitor)

Single KVM extender

Dual KVM extender

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Moisture deflector

25-foot serial/VGA cables

50-foot serial/VGA cables

Security hardware (including security screws)

Note: A NEMA 4X panel gasket mounting kit ships with all ET 355 monitors.

For details on the options, refer to the ET 350 Monitor User’s Installation Guide.

Important

All options, including VGA and serial cables, must be considered in the end product.

Wiring methods must be considered in the end product.

Consider conducting a heating test in the end product of which the ET 355 monitor is a part.

Specifications,certifications, and standards

The specification and certification information below shows only points that apply to the ET 355 monitor and is different from specifications and certifications that appear in the ET 350 Monitor User’s Installation Guide and the Installation Addendum for the ET 350 Monitor with Heater and ET 355 Monitor HL with Heater.

For additional details on specifications, standards, and certifications, refer to the ET 350 Monitor User’s Installation Guide and, if you have an ET 35X monitor with heater, the Installation Addendum for the ET 350 Monitor with Heater and ET 355 Monitor HL with Heater.

AC or DC power supply specifications

Power source: 3 terminal strip

Certification marks and standards for ET 355 Monitor HL

Marks for ET 355 Monitor HL with AC Power Supply

UL recognized component1

cUL

CE

Class I Division 2; Groups A, B, C, D; T6

Class II Division 2; Groups F, G; T6

Marks for ET 355 Monitor HL with DC Power Supply

UL Recognized component1

cUL

CE

Class I Division 2; Groups A, B, C, D; T6

Class II Division 2; Groups F, G; T6

Class I Zone 2

Ex II 3 G/D

DEMKO 02 ATEX 021046 U; EEx nC IIC

Standards

UL recognized component1 for Pollution Degree 3 environments if:

installed and tested with panel gasket in an enclosure that meets NEMA 4X/IP66 ratings;

installed with the NEMA 4X hatch kit

UL 60950; Safety Information Technology Equipment

CSA 22.2 No. 60950; Safety of Information Technology Equipment

EN60950; Safety of Information Technology Equipment

USR (U.S. Recognized) — UL 60950

UL 1604: Electrical Equipment for Use in Class I and II, Division 2 and Class III Hazardous (Classified) Locations.

CSA 22.2 No. 213-M1987: Non-Incendive Electrical Equipment for Use in Class I, Division 2 Hazardous Locations.

UL 2279, Pt. 15; Standard for Electrical Equipment for Use in Class I, Zone 0, 1, and 2 Hazardous (Classified) Locations

CSA-E79-15; Electrical Apparatus for Explosive Gas Atmospheres

EN50021; Electrical Apparatus for Potentially Explosive Atmospheres

EN50281; Electrical Apparatus for Use in the Presence of Combustible Dust

1For use in Pollution Degree 3 environments if installed with the NEMA 4X hatch kit or the NEMA 4X panel gasket in a UL Listed enclosure that meets NEMA 4X/IP66 rating.

3M Touch Systems support services

3M Touch Systems provides extensive support services through our web site and technical support organization. Visit www.3Mtouch.com, to download touch screen software and drivers, obtain regularly updated technical documentation on 3M Touch Systems products, and learn more about our company.

Whenever you contact Technical Support, please provide the following information:

Part number and serial number

Current driver version

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Operating system and applications being run

Information on peripherals and installed cards

Customer and technical support for 3M Dynapro products

Technical Support for 3M DynaproTM products is available Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Pacific Time. To contact customer service and technical support for 3M Dynapro products, refer to the following table:

Area

Contact information

 

 

USA and Canada

General information

 

Tel 800-667-0374 (toll free)*

 

Fax 604-521-4629

 

E-mail etsales@mmm.com

 

Web site www.3Mtouch.com

 

 

 

Customer service

 

Tel 800-667-0374 (toll free)*

 

Fax 604-521-4629

 

E-mail 3MTScustomerservice@mmm.com

 

 

 

Technical service

 

Tel 800-667-0374 (toll free)*

 

Fax 604-521-4629

 

E-mail 3Mdynaprotechsupport@mmm.com

 

 

Outside USA and

General information

Canada

Tel 604-521-3962*

 

Fax 604-521-4629

 

E-mail etsales@mmm.com

 

 

 

Customer service

 

Tel 800-667-0374*

 

Fax 604-521-4629

 

E-mail 3MTScustomerservice@mmm.com

 

 

 

Technical service

 

Tel 604-521-3962*

 

Fax 604-521-4629

 

E-mail 3Mdynaprotechsupport@mmm.com

*Call between 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Pacific Time

Returning products

All returned 3M DynaproTM industrial products must be accompanied by a Return Authorization number. For details, contact Customer Service at 3M Touch Systems.

3M Touch Systems Worldwide Offices

All offices can be reached through the web site: www.3Mtouch.com.

Country

Telephone

 

 

United States

978-659-9000

 

 

 

Australia

+61

395-82-4799

 

 

Canada

604-521-3962

 

 

 

 

France

+33

(1)

45-13-90-30

 

 

 

 

Germany

+49

(0)

211-59907-0

 

 

Hong Kong/China

(852) 2333-6138

 

 

 

 

Italy

+39

(0)

39-230-2230

 

 

 

 

Japan

+81

(4)

4811-1133

 

 

Korea

+822 552 3198

 

 

Singapore

+65-96279173

 

 

 

Spain

+34

934-15-6285

 

 

Taiwan

+886-2-2704-9011

 

 

 

 

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