EA200

A: Simultaneously press and release the ALARM SILENCE and ENTER keys.  The (Unlocked) icon appears.  Sometimes you will need to do this more than once.  You may need to have the customer check the buttons to make sure one is not stuck down or sometimes if you power cycle the unit that will help. 

A: It will maintain the programming on the zones, but you will have to reset the time and date. 

A: The unit has to be unlocked.  Push the zone button, use the arrow up or arrow down to go to the zone you would like to turn off, once you are on the correct zone, push enter.  The next setting needs to be changed to NO (Not operational) and then push enter.  This will turn off the zone. 

A: No, you can only use one temperature probe per input. 

A: This can be done on an EA400 by using an input (zone) for a high limit and another input (Zone) for a low limit.  On the EA200 you would need to use the onboard sensor (zone 1) for one of the limits and then use a probe on input 2 (zone) and program accordingly.  NOTE: In this instance, you would need to select an input (zone) for the high limit and program that to your high and you would program the low limit on that input (zone) to an extreme low so you would not get the notification on the low side.  You would do the opposite for the next input (zone) you would set the high limit to the extreme and set the low limit to what you actually wanted. 

EA400

A: Simultaneously press and release the ALARM SILENCE and ENTER keys.  The (Unlocked) icon appears.  Sometimes you will need to do this more than once.  You may need to have the customer check the buttons to make sure one is not stuck down or sometimes if you power cycle the unit that will help. 

A: It will maintain the programming on the zones, but you will have to reset the time and date. 

A: The unit has to be unlocked.  Push the zone button, use the arrow up or arrow down to go to the zone you would like to turn off, once you are on the correct zone, push enter.  The next setting needs to be changed to NO (Not operational) and then push enter.  This will turn off the zone. 

A: No, you can only use one temperature probe per input. 

A: This can be done on an EA400 by using an input (zone) for a high limit and another input (Zone) for a low limit.  On the EA200 you would need to use the onboard sensor (zone 1) for one of the limits and then use a probe on input 2 (zone) and program accordingly.  NOTE: In this instance, you would need to select an input (zone) for the high limit and program that to your high and you would program the low limit on that input (zone) to an extreme low so you would not get the notification on the low side.  You would do the opposite for the next input (zone) you would set the high limit to the extreme and set the low limit to what you actually wanted. 

EA800-IP

A: The unit is looking for the network and will reboot every 20 minutes.  If you are not using INSIGHT, you will need to turn off the network setting.  You do this by: device needs to be unlocks (it will say Lock in the lower left corner), go to the main menu < system < configuration < network < clint mode < disabled.  It will ask if this is ok (push F3) and then the device will reboot. 

A: Push the F1 button < Enter password: default is 0800 

A: No, you have to turn off the network setting.  You do this by: device needs to be unlocks (it will say Lock in the lower left corner), go to the main menu < system < configuration < network < clint mode < disabled.  It will ask if this is ok (push F3) and then the device will reboot. 

A: You can export the logs stored in the EA800-ip for archiving or later review.  The export procedure exports the alarm log, data log, and even logs files onto a USB drive in comma separated value (CSV) format.   We supply an Excel spreadsheet on our help website to utilize the information – see link: https://help.winland.com/hc/en-us/articles/115000273866-EA800-ip-Data-Template 

A: You would need to use the W-S-S sensor 

A: The 4-20 mA sensors have to be hard wired 

WB200

A: 8 – 29 Volts DC @ 35mA or 8 – 28 Volts AC @ 100mA 

A: W-S-U 

A: No 

A: You need to run them in parallel. 

A: Yes – 1 – 2 sensors; max recommended distance of 200’ (61 m) or 3 – 6 sensors; max recommended distance of 100’ (30.5 m) 

A: If sensor is placed on a concrete floor this can cause false alarms (put a piece of wax paper under the sensor).  Power loss will also cause a false alarm. 

A: There needs to be a bridge across two of the metal contacts on the sensor. 

WB350

A: 9 Volt battery 

A: W-S-U 

A: No 

A: You need to run them in parallel. 

A: Yes – 1 – 2 sensors; max recommended distance of 200’ (61 m) or 3 – 6 sensors; max recommended distance of 100’ (30.5 m) 

A: If sensor is placed on a concrete floor this can cause false alarms (put a piece of wax paper under the sensor).  Power loss will also cause a false alarm. 

A: There needs to be a bridge across two of the metal contacts on the sensor. 

WB800

A: 12/24 VDC 100 mA 

     12/24 VAC 200 mA 

A: W-S-S and W-S-U 

A: Yes, up to two probes can be connected per zone.  However the probe lines are not supervised (i.e. break in probe lines will not cause an alarm). To use this type of probe the DIP switch zones must be pushed to the “up” position to disable the supervised probe mode.  

A: 8 supervised (W-S-S) or 16 unsupervised (W-S-U) 

A: Yes – Sensors can be located up to 500’ (152.4 m) away from the unit for wide area protection. 

A: If sensor is placed on a concrete floor this can cause false alarms (put a piece of wax paper under the sensor).  Power loss will also cause a false alarm. 

A: There needs to be a bridge across two of the metal contacts on the sensor. 

MTA-1

A: No, it is a normally open device. 

A: No, frost or moisture can cause malfunction. 

A: No 

A: If the building already has an energy management system, an easy rule of thumb to follow is to install the MTA-1 near each thermostat. It should be mounted on a wall or other vertical surface in the area where temperature is to be monitored.  Make sure it is clear of windows, doors, or heat sources that could cause an inaccurate reading of air temperature. 

A: Yes, the device will send a low limit and a high limit. 

A: To manually activate the MTA-1 for testing, loosen the locknut of one limit post and slid it toward the temperature indicator until it makes contact and temporarily tighten the locknut.  If installed correctly, this test procedure should activate the warning device to which the MTA-1 is connected.  After testing, loosen the locknut, return the limit arm to it’s original set point and tighten the locknut. The same test procedure should also be repeated with the second limit arm to verify proper operation. 

TA-1

A: No, it is a normally open device. 

A: No, frost or moisture can cause malfunction. 

A: No 

A: If the building already has an energy management system, an easy rule of thumb to follow is to install the MTA-1 near each thermostat. It should be mounted on a wall or other vertical surface in the area where temperature is to be monitored.  Make sure it is clear of windows, doors, or heat sources that could cause an inaccurate reading of air temperature. 

A: No, you will get one notification for both high and low. 

A: To manually activate the MTA-1 for testing, loosen the locknut of one limit arm and use a screwdriver to move the limit arm toward the temperature indicator until it makes contact and temporarily tighten the locknut.  If installed correctly, this test procedure should activate the warning device to with the TA-1 is connected.  After testing, loosen the locknut, return the limit arm to its original set point and tighten the locknut.  The same test procedure should also be repeated with the second limit arm to verify proper operation. 

TA-2HL

A: No, it is a normally open device. 

A: No, frost or moisture can cause malfunction. 

A: No 

A: If the building already has an energy management system, an easy rule of thumb to follow is to install the TA-2HL near each thermostat. It should be mounted on a wall or other vertical surface in the area where temperature is to be monitored.  Make sure it is clear of windows, doors, or heat sources that could cause an inaccurate reading of air temperature. 

A: Yes, the device will send a low limit and a high limit. 

A: To manually activate the TA-2HL for testing, loosen the locknut of one limit arm and use a screwdriver to move the limit arm toward the temperature indicator until it makes contact and temporarily tighten the locknut nut.  If installed correctly, this test procedure should activate the warning device to which the TA-2HL is connected.  After testing, loosen the locknut, return the limit arm to it’s original set point and tighten the locknut.  The same test procedure should also be repeated with the second limit arm to verify proper operation. 

PS110

The unit will need to lose power for about 3~8 minutes. 

The system takes 3~8 minutes to clear, about the same amount of time as it does to go into alarm. 

INSIGHT