b. Liquid Load Indicator (B). The liquid load indicator lights to identify the
completion of a liquid load cycle just prior to the completion of a cycle. The light
remains on until the next cycle is started (if a liquid) or is selected (if a non-liquid) or if
the control/display panel is turned off.
c. Warning and Caution Indicator (C). This indicator displays a red warning
light and digit reference code to identify a serious malfunction. It displays a yellow
caution light and digital reference code to identify a less serious problem area. When
the warning indicator is activated, it is accompanied by an audible tone.
d. Unsealed Door Indicator (D). This indicator lights to indicate that pressure
has not been applied to create a door-to-chamber seal.
e. Phase Time Display (E). The time display shows the time remaining in
digital hours and minutes for an exposure phase. It then displays the time remaining for
a drying phase if one is selected.
f. Chamber Temperature Indicator (F). This indicator displays chamber
temperature in degrees Celsius when the control/display panel is turned on.
g. Exposure Time Selectors (G). Use the exposure time selectors to set the
desired time that the exposure temperature should be maintained in the chamber. Four
vertical pairs of selector switches, grouped together, provide the means to select
exposure period in hours and/or minutes. Press the upper switch to increase the value
of the singular digit displayed directly above it. Press the lower switch to decrease the
The last exposure time selected and used for a particular cycle (wrapped
goods, unwrapped instruments, or liquids) remains in memory and is re-
displayed for use, or change, when that particular cycle is selected again.
h. Exhaust Time Selector (H). Use the exhaust time selector to set the desired
drying period to be maintained in the chamber. The switches operate in the same
manner as the exposure time selector.
i. Exposure Temperature Selector (J). Use the exposure temperature
selectors to set the desired temperature to be maintained in the chamber during the
exposure period. The selector consists of three vertical pairs of switches, grouped
together, which provide the means to select the exposure temperature in degrees
Celsius. The switches operate in the same manner as the exposure time selector.
j. Controls ON Switch (K). Use this switch to turn on the control/display panel
indicators, selectors, and switches. The jacket is heated to the selected temperature.
The ready cycle phase indicator comes on when the jacket temperature is reached.