No, all three PSM models (Nano, Pocket and Pro) work directly on the installed U-Tech Press personal protection system. Please always test for functionality on the PSM tester before starting work.
Yes, by following the instructions (download film explanation and operating instructions). Make sure you work with clean and dry hands and do not overtighten the screws!
Please use batteries from RENATA (PSM Nano: CR2430, PSM Pocket: 3 x CR2450).
PSM Nano is worn on the wrist like a wristwatch and is battery-operated (RENATA CR2430). PSM Pocket is the size of a cigarette pack and is worn in work clothes. This transponder also contains button cells (3x RENATA CR2450). The PSM Pro is rechargeable by induction and is also worn like a wristwatch. You can find more information here!
It should be ensured that the PSM Nano and Pocket transponders are at least 3m away from the test device and a possible authorisation module overnight. Running computers or electrical machines can also lead to “secret” power taps. The PSM Pro transponders, which can be recharged via induction, should be plugged into the appropriate charging station after each send.
The standard cable lengths between the antenna module and the control unit and between the self-test module and the control unit are 15m. These can be extended to a maximum of 30m.
A 24V connection must be available, whereby a constant voltage must be ensured. If necessary, a 24V power supply unit must be installed. ATTENTION: All old systems with serial numbers smaller than 1454 (GSG202) have a 230V connection. If you add a new control unit, make sure that it is converted to 24V!
Yes, up to 5 systems can be installed next to each other. Make sure that the respective protective fields do not overlap. So that all systems are not switched off when one system is triggered, it is necessary that each system is set to a different coding (A, B, C, D, E). The ALM control unit and the corresponding ANM antenna of a system must have the same coding (A, B, C, D, E).