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Changing the Clock Battery on a Honeywell Paperless Recorder

Written by: Dan Weise

The installed base of Honeywell Trendview X series paperless recorders is approaching an in-service period of a decade (introduced mid-2006). Given that kind of service time, you need to be aware of the issues involved in changing the clock battery.

The replaceable clock battery serves as a backup for the on board real-time clock chip as well as the internal battery-backed static RAM. If your paperless recorder is getting old, the battery may ready for a swap-out. If so, you may need a one-day-use access code that only Honeywell can provide, so plan ahead. You don’t want to get locked out of your recorder!

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How do I ignore negative values on a Honeywell paperless recorder?

When you’re dealing with process recorder functions, some actions don’t like negative values, like a totalizer that sees a negative offset at zero flow as backflow, which impacts the total. But on the Honeywell X-Series paperless recorders, you can work around the issue, so they report only the positive values.

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How many credits do I need for my Honeywell paperless recorder?

When I talk to customers about Honeywell X-Series paperless recorders, this is their first question. The quick answer is: It depends on what tasks the recorder needs to be able to do.

But before I get into that, let’s look at what this credit system thing does and why Honeywell switched to it on the X-Series.

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