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Relevant Instructions and Operating Steps For Function Settings

Concrete testing equipment plays a crucial role in ensuring the quality and durability of concrete structures. As the quality inspection operators at Wewon Environmental Chambers Co., Ltd., We understand the importance of accurate function settings in concrete testing equipment. In this article, we will explore the relevant instructions and operating steps for function settings, focusing on concrete testing equipment and its various applications.

5.1 Setting Screen
Figure [5-1] Operation Settings 1
5.1 Setting Screen
Item Name Name Description
Language  You can choose Chinese or English.
Power Mode Set the power-on operation after power outage.
☞ Stop: After a power outage during operation, the operation returns the status to the stopped state when the power is restored.
☞Cold start: After a power outage, the operation is restarted when the power is restored.
☞ Hot start: After a power outage during operation, the operation will restore the status to the state before the power outage when the power is restored.
Light Off Backlight time setting, set to 0 to never go out.
User PW Set user parameter password.
Key Lock When the lock is on, all parameter (PARAMETER) settings are unavailable.
Figure [5-2] Operation Setting 2
Figure [5-2] Operation Setting 2
Item Name Name Description
Touch Calibration Click to enter touch screen calibration.
Figure [5-3] Operation Setting 3
Figure [5-3] Operation Setting 3
Specify the environmental conditions, such as temperature, humidity, and CO2 concentration, for conducting carbonation tests. a. Test Parameters: Carbonation Testing Equipment Function Set:
Enable real-time monitoring of carbonation depth and provide alerts based on predefined thresholds. b. Data Monitoring:
Set the desired test duration to evaluate the carbonation resistance of concrete accurately. c. Test Duration:
Configure the reporting options to generate comprehensive reports with detailed results and analysis. d. Reporting:

Concrete quality tests are essential to ensure that structures meet the required specifications and performance expectations. Various standard organizations, such as the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), European Norm (EN), and International Organization for Standardization (ISO), have developed guidelines and standards for concrete testing. Understanding these standards and their application is crucial for accurate function settings in concrete testing equipment.

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