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    TR-8001 series

    Installation

    Test Research, Inc.

    MAY, 2005

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    A-1 Installation ..............................................................................................................3

    A-1-1 Environment for Using the Equipment ......................................................... 10

    A-1-1-1 TR-8001 Power Supply and Grounding ............................................ 10

    A-1-1-2 Automatic Voltage Regulator and Uninterrupted Power Supply (AVR

    and UPS) ....................................................................................................... 11

    A-1-1-3 Air Pressure and Vacuum .................................................................. 11

    A-1-1-4 Operating Temperature and Ambient Humidity ................................ 12

    -5 Working Illumination ........................................................................ 12 A-1-1

    A-1-1-6 Minimum Working Space ................................................................ 12

    A-1-1-7 Electrostatic Protective Cautions ...................................................... 12

    -8 Equipment Disposition Location ....................................................... 12 A-1-1

    A-1-1-9 TR-8001 Machine Emergency Switch Location ................................ 12 A-1-2 Mechanical Installation ................................................................................ 14

    A-1-2-1 Mechanical Parts Assembling ............................................................ 14

    A-1-2-2 Monitor and Keyboard Movable Arm Installation ............................. 16

    A-1-2-3 TR-8001 Control Panel and Switch Board Layout ............................ 16

    A-1-2-4 Computer and TR-8001 Cable Connection ....................................... 17 A-1-3 Power Supply Setup .................................................................................... 21

    A-1-3-1 TR-8001 Power Supply Setup ......................................................... 22

    A-1-3-2 PC Power Supply Setup ................................................................... 24

    A-1-3-3 Printer Power Supply Setup .............................................................. 24 A-1-4 Software Operation ..................................................................................... 24

    A-1-4-1Installing, Uninstalling, and Updating Software .................................. 24

    A-1-4-2 User Priority Management ................................................................ 25

    A-1-4-3 Password Protection ......................................................................... 26 A-1-5 Self Check ................................................................................................... 27

    A-1-5-1 Power and FAN Self Check .............................................................. 27

    A-1-5-2 MDA Board and V&C Board Self Check ......................................... 28

    A-1-5-3 MDA Function Switch Self Check ................................................... 29

    A-1-5-4 Switch Board Self Check ................................................................. 30 A-1-6 New Machine Report .................................................................................. 31

    A-1-6-1 Machine Installation Report ............................................................. 32

    A-1-6-2 Standard Operating proceudre (SOP) .............................................. 33

    A-1-6-3 Machine Calibration Report ............................................................. 34

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    A-1 Site Preparation

A-1-1 Site Planning Prior to TR8001 System Delivery

     TR8001 series system include TR8001 tester, TR8001L tester, TR8001A tester,

     TR8100A, TR8100LV tester and TR8001LLV tester.

    It is very important to a smooth installation by proper site planning include

    delivery routing , environmental, space, weight, power, vacuum and compressed

    air requirements prior to receive the TR8001 system.

A-1-2 Site Planning Requirement

    A-1-2-1 Delivery Routing Requirement

    Prior to the TR8001 system's delivery, determine the route that the

    TR8001 system crates will travel from the receiving area to the

    installation site. TRI notice that the routing plan must avoid any

    problems such as

    1. Obstructions in hallways,

    2. Elevator size and weight limitations.

    TRI recommends that the crated TR8001 system be moved from your

    receiving area to the system's installation site. TRI's installation engineer

    uncrates the system at its installation site. At the installation site,

    provide a minimum distance of 10 ft (3.0 m) to the right side of the fork

    lift entry for uncrating space.

A-1-2-2 Environmental Requirement

    While TR8001 system does not require an absolute clean-room

    environment, TR8001 system need to keep the room environment is

    cleanliness and freedom from excessive heat and dust should reduce the

    possibility of equipment failure caused by heat and dust build-up.

    The TR8001 system operating environmental limits are:

    Ambient Temperature : 32?F to 104?F (0?C to 40?C)

    Maximum Temperature Gradient : 18?F/hour ( 10?C/hour)

    Relative Humidity : 20% to 80% non-condensing

    Maximum Humidity Gradient : 10%/hour

    Maximum Web Bulb Temperature : 77?F (25?C)

    Maximum Dew Point Temperature : 36?F (2?C)

    The TR8001 system storage environmental limits are:

    Ambient Temperature : -40?F to 151?F (-40?C to 66?C)

    Maximum Temperature Gradient : 18?F/hour ( 10?C/hour)

    Relative Humidity : Up to 95% non-condensing

    Maximum Humidity Gradient : 10%/hour

    Maximum Web Bulb Temperature : 115?F (46?C)

    Maximum Dew Point Temperature : 36?F (2?C)

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    The Personal Computer operating environmental limits are: Ambient Temperature : 32?F to 104?F (0?C to 40?C)

    Relative Humidity : 20% to 80% non-condensing

    Maximum Web Bulb Temperature : 91.4?F (33?C)

    The Personal Computer storage environmental limits are: Ambient Temperature : -4?F to 140?F (-20?C to 60?C)

    Relative Humidity : Up to 95% non-condensing

    Maximum Web Bulb Temperature : 95?F (35?C)

    A-1-2-3 Space Requirement

    Crated TR8001/TR8100LV/TR8001A/TR8100A tester without peripherals and various cartons:

    Dimension ( width x height x depth ) : 142cm x 112cm x 145cm (55.9 in x 44.1 in x 57.1 in)

    Weight (without control board and SWB): 370 kg Weight (with control boards and 28 pcs SWBs): 452 kg

    Crated TR8001L/TR8100LLV tester without peripherals and various cartons:

    Dimension ( width x height x depth ) : 142cm x 112cm x 145cm (55.9 in x 44.1 in x 57.1 in)

    Weight (without control board and SWB): 380 kg Weight (with control boards and 44 pcs SWBs): 480 kg

PC cartons (shipped in separate crate)

    Dimension ( width x height x depth ) : 40cm x 25cm x 50cm (15.7 in x 9.84 in x 19.7 in)

    Weight : 8.9 kg

Monitor cartons (shipped in separate crate)

    Dimension ( width x height x depth ) : 44cm x 44cm x 22cm (17.3 in x 17.3 in x 8.66 in)

    Weight : 5.6 kg

Printer cartons (shipped in separate crate)

    Dimension ( width x height x depth ) : 38cm x 24cm x 25cm (15.0 in x 9.44 in x 9.84 in)

    Weight : 7.4 kg

Accessory cartons (shipped in separate crate)

    Dimension ( width x height x depth ) : 37cm x 19cm x 46cm (14.6 in x 7.48 in x 18.1 in)

    Weight : 5 kg

    Monitor arm cartons (shipped in separate crate) Dimension ( width x height x depth ) : 32cm x 51cm x 25cm (12.6 in x 20.1 in x 9.84 in)

    Weight : 10 kg

    Uncrated TR8001/TR8100LV tester with monitor

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    Dimension ( width x height x depth ) : 79cm x 85 cm x 115cm (31.1 in x 33.5 in x 54.3 in)

    Weight (without control board and SWB): 220 kg

    Weight (with control boards and 28 pcs SWBs): 302 kg

Uncrated TR8001L/TR8100LLV tester with monitor

    Dimension ( width x height x depth ) : 79cm x 85 cm x 138cm (31.1 in x 33.5 in x 54.3 in)

    Weight (without control board and SWB): 230 kg

    Weight (with control boards and 44 pcs SWBs): 330 kg

    A-1-2-4 Weight Requirement

    TR8001 system weight and the weight of peripheral equipment and other items positioned in the same general area, must be considered. The floor loading capacity must be sufficient to support the weight involved. Most industrial plant floors support weights of 50 psf (2.4 kPa) or more, which is normally adequate for this type of equipment.

    A-1-2-5 Power Requirement

    TR8001 system input power requirement :

    The ac input power source (and receptacle) for the TR8001 system must be installed by the customer prior to TR8001 system installation. The customer must make sure that the receptacle connector that accepts the TR8001 system's plug meets the TR8001 system's voltage and current requirements. It is the customer's responsibility to procure and install the mating receptacle. The Hubbell* series of plug/receptacle

    connectors (refer in the following power configurations, Fig A-1-2-4.1 and Fig A-1-2-4.2 ) comply with most country and local electrical codes.

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    Fig A-1-2-4.1 220V ac input power configuration for the TR8001 system

    Fig A-1-2-4.2 110V ac input power configuration for the TR8001 system

    The primary ac power source to the system must be a clean

    line. There should be no abnormal power-line disturbances

    such as transient spikes; dropped cycles; large voltage or

    frequency fluctuations; current surges; or voltage, phase

    angle, or interphase voltage imbalances. Power anomalies can

    be caused by other factory floor equipment as well as external

    facility occurrences.

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    power source, if required, to the system's input power requirement. Also, the customer must procure and install any power conversion and conditioning equipment prior to system installation. Damage caused by power line anomalies attributable to facility power fluctuations or thunderstorms, and other "acts of nature" are not covered under the Warranty or Service contract.

    There are several approaches for compensating for power problems. The optional Battery Backup/Uninterruptable Power Supply (SMART-UPS) protects the PC and monitor from surges and brownouts (low voltage conditions). This device also provides short-term power to the PC during blackouts (complete power outages) and also supplies power to enable you to perform a controlled shutdown if power is out for an extended period of time. This protects open files that have not been stored on the PC's hard drive and prevents operating system corruption caused by uncontrolled shutdown.

    TR-8001 system power supply :

    AC 115V@30A, ;10%. Monophase 3-wire, 50Hz60Hz, 3KVA;

    or

    AC 230V@15A, ;10%, Monophase 3-wire, 50Hz60Hz, 3KVA.

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    Earth Ground

TR8001 system grounding :

    To safely use the TR8001 system, please make sure you use the grounded power supply. For any damages to the machine caused by not properly using the grounded power supply for protection, the warranty provided by our company will not cover such damage, and the user is repsonsible for any cost

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    requried for the mainteneance and repair.

A-1-2-6 Vacuum Requirement

    The model of the vacuum machine should include the

    following items (not required for the pressing machine).

    1. Vacuum hole * 2:

    2. Exteranl vacuum tube diameter (recommended): 100mm to

    125mm (4 inches to 5 inches).

    3. Vacuum hole diameter: Internal diameter --- 25.4mm (1

    inch)

    4. External diameter --- 33.0mm (1.3 inch)

    5. Vacuum Pressure: Minimum 650mm-Hg(-0.86bar or -

    312.6psi). Exhaustion: 25 m/hr.

A-1-2-7 Compressed Air Requirement

    The model of the compressed air machine should include the

    following items

    1. Air pressure tube hole * 1:

    2. Air pressure hole diameter: Internal diameter --- 5mm to

    6mm (0.197 inch to 0.236 inch)

    3. External diameter --- 8mm (0.315 inch)

    224. Air Pressure: 4kg/cm ~ 6kg/cm.(57.14 psi ~ 85.71 psi)

    A-1-3 Safety Considerations

    A-1-3-1 Personnel Safety Considerations

     TR8001 engineers and operators should be familiar with the emergency

    power shut-down procedure and how to notify the local fire department.

    An TR8001 system operator is adequately protected from electrical shock.

    Nevertheless, personnel trained in first aid for electrical shock and burns

    should be always available.

    Unauthorized personnel should not remove any of the system's panels,

    which are provided for system cooling and protection of the electronics.

A-1-3-2 Fire Precautions

     Take all necessary precautions against fire. Store permanent documents,

    tape cartridges, and spare parts, etc in a fire-proof area. Overhead

    sprinklers can be used if the water heads are not directed at the equipment.

    Additionally, sprinkler heads should not be located directly over the

    system or its fan intake/exhaust path. Locate wall-mounted CO2

    (carbon dioxide) fire extinguishers within easy reach of the system.

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     A-1-3-3 TR-8001 Machine Emergency Switch Location

    The TR8001 system emergency switch is disposed at the lower right

    corner as shwon in the following figure, and its function is to cut off the

    power supply to stop the ATE system when emergency occurs.

    By pushing the plunger by hand, the emergency switch contacts will

    change state and stop the TR8001 system circuit. When the plunger is

    released by turning the emergency switch anticlockwisely , the contacts of

    the momentary style switches will return to their normal position.

    Emergency

    Switch

     TR-8001 Emergency Switch

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    A-2 Installation

     WARNING: Risk of electric shock and mechanical injury. Only fully trained

    persons are allowed take place all the installation process.

     WARNING: To avoid shock hazard, the TR8001 system must be operated with

    an adequate earth ground. Refer to Chapter A-2-1-1.

A-2-1 Environment for Using the Equipment

    Appropriate operating environment assures the life and working

    efficiency of the TR-8001. The operating environment of this system is

    as follows:

    A-2-1-1 TR-8001 Power Supply and Grounding

    1. TR-8001 Power Supply

    AC 115V@30A, ;10%. Monophase 3-wire, 50Hz60Hz, 3KVA; or

    AC 230V@15A, ;10%, Monophase 3-wire, 50Hz60Hz, 3KVA.

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    2. TR-8001 system grounding

    To safely use the TR-8001, please make sure you use the grounded

    power supply. Another, one separate ( 80cm [2.67 ft]) safety-

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