Yamato Scientific DX402 Constant Temperature Drying Oven User Manual

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INSTRUCTION MANUAL

FOR

GRAVITY CONVECTION OVENS

Model

DX302

DX402

DX602

Second edition

Thank you very much for purchasing this Yamato DX series constant temperature drying oven.

Please read the “Operating Instructions” and

“Warranty” before operating this unit to assure proper operation. After reading these documents, be sure to store them securely together with the “Warranty” at a handy place for future reference.

Warning! Before operating the unit, be sure

to read carefully and fully understand important warnings in the operating instructions.

Yamato Scientific America Inc

Santa Clara CA

 

Table of Contents

1.

Safety precautions ........................................................................................................................

1

 

Explanation of pictograms................................................................................................................

1

 

List of symbols .................................................................................................................................

2

 

Warning Cautions ..........................................................................................................................

3

2.

Before operating the unit..............................................................................................................

4

 

Precautions when installing the unit.................................................................................................

4

3.

Names and functions of parts ......................................................................................................

9

 

Main body ........................................................................................................................................

9

 

Operation panel .............................................................................................................................

10

 

Explanation of characters...............................................................................................................

11

4.

Operating procedures .................................................................................................................

12

 

List of operation modes and functions ...........................................................................................

12

 

Operation mode function setting keys and characters.................................................................

14

 

Operating procedures (settings for Standalone overheat prevention device (Thermostat)) ...........

15

 

Operating procedures (fixed temperature operation) .....................................................................

16

 

Operating procedures (quick auto stop operation) .........................................................................

17

 

Operating procedures (auto stop operation) ..................................................................................

19

 

Operating procedures (auto start operation) ..................................................................................

21

 

Useful functions (calibration offset function)...................................................................................

23

 

Useful function (setting lock function) ............................................................................................

24

 

Useful function (power outage compensation function)..................................................................

25

5.

Cautions on handling..................................................................................................................

26

6.

Maintenance procedures ............................................................................................................

28

 

Daily inspection/maintenance ........................................................................................................

28

7.

When the unit is not to be used for a long time or when disposing .......................................

29

 

When the unit is not to be used for a long time or when disposing ................................................

29

 

Notes about disposition..................................................................................................................

29

8.

Troubleshooting ..........................................................................................................................

30

 

Safety device and error codes .......................................................................................................

30

 

When a malfunction is suspected ..................................................................................................

31

9. After sales service and warranty................................................................................................

32

 

When requesting a repair...............................................................................................................

32

10. Specifications ............................................................................................................................

33

11. Wiring diagram...........................................................................................................................

34

12. List of replacement parts ..........................................................................................................

35

13. List of dangerous materials......................................................................................................

36

14. Standard installation manual....................................................................................................

37

3. Names and functions of parts

Main body

Front panel

Door

 

 

Caution plate

 

 

Rating plate

 

 

Standalone overheat

Handle

 

protection device

 

 

(Thermostat)

 

Control panel

Power switch MCB

 

 

Rear panel

Exhaust port

Power cord

9

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