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UNIVERSAL SERVICEBOOK
Universal Servicebook is available again as of September 2013 in ebook format only, with some minor changes and the introduction of the Lucatron system (used on recent far eastern equipment).
Universal Servicebook is no longer available in the format below, this is for historical interest.
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The Universal Servicebook (136 pages) assumes that the user has a reasonable knowledge of electronics and is familiar with the principles used in EAS systems. However because of it's simple, logical layout people with limited electronic skills still find it useful. The installation information section to complement the Servicebook is being developed and is available from the website.
Its primary function is to provide quality information based on the experience of our own engineering staff, that have over 20 years experience in installing, servicing, fault-finding and training engineers for major EAS companies.
The Universal Servicebook contains information on a variety of popular tagging systems. Information has been compiled using data from our own engineering staff (some of which have had 20 years experience in the E.A.S. industry) and analysis in our own workshop.
The aim of the manual is to cover many equipment types, therefore the information is of a concise nature, the manual assumes the user has a reasonable knowledge of electronics and has had a previous introduction to tagging systems. Each piece of equipment is presented in steps, consistent with those followed during an installation or major service.
Please note the Rexel Bindy shown in the picture is no longer manufactured, future shipments will be conventionally bound

TERMS OF SUPPLY

The Servicebook no longer comes with a companion CD or technical support containing a Powerpoint presentation.
This is an introduction to the Universal Servicebook and some of the basic aspects of tagging systems.

No further new supplements are released for this product.

The New Universal Servicebook package is was at launch £275.00 UK and could only be obtained by visiting the online payment section, now available from the Google Book store at a much reduced price.

Important please read.
Please check all the information above and within the website before purchasing. To ensure that the products covered and information within, meets your requirements. As, for obvious reasons we cannot entertain a refund on this product. The list of contents of the current version is shown in the table on the right. Any media damaged due to faults in the process of manufacture will be replaced upon receipt of the damaged goods to this address.

Address for correspondence/orders outside the UK  

 
Maxtec Technical Services
Servicebook 40 Parkfield Drive,
Middleton.
Manchester.
M24 4ED
U.K.


UNIVERSAL SERVICEBOOK CONTENTS

Introduction 
Getting Started
Checkpoint Quicksilver (inc. 45, 55) 
Checkpoint QS 2000 
Checkpoint Consolidated (all models) 
Checkpoint Strata LX (Galaxy Board) 
Checkpoint QX 2000 
Actron Orion Mk3 
Actron Orion Mk4 
I.D. Challenger (URB-100) 
Crosspoint XR-22G 
Crosspoint XR-23G 
Telsec F,G + info on all models * 
Dialoc *
Sidep 4000 
Knogo System 80 series (104) 
Nedap EQ45OID

Securitag Loop 
Securitag Post 
Sensormatic Ultramax 1.6+ ** 
WG Multiguard
WG Monoguard

Magnetic General procedures
Knogo Magnetic MK8
Knogo Magnetic EM85
Knogo Magnetic MM2000
Knogo Magnetic MM3000
Knogo Magnetic MM5000

The Transceivers 
Checkguard 
2M/QS1500, QS1600 
Soloranger 
Knogo Pulsar 
Knogo Doorman 
Keytec Vector 
Solosystem II

Counterpoint deactivator Mk4 
Counterpoint deactivator Mk5 
Counterpoint deactivator Mk6 
Counterpoint deactivator Mk7 
Counterpoint deactivator Mk9 
MSG 
Crosspoint deactivator 
Scanner deactivation 
Interlock 

Problem Solving 
Glossary 
Index

** Ultrapost, Megamax M2K equipment and other Sensormatic products requiring propriety software for service, are not included in this manual.

Important information on Copyright and usage.

Purchase of to the Universal Servicebook servicebook Lite, or access to the installation help, servicebook, or any other webpages contained on this website and other websites provided by Maxtec and its associated businesses (hereafter known as "the site") is granted subject to the following conditions: All information technical or otherwise, diagrams and photographs are the property of Maxtec Technical Services or Phantom Media and may not be copied reproduced in any way (exception*), without prior consent or a site license obtained from Maxtec Technical Services. No internet site may be linked to the site without prior permission from Maxtec Technical Services.
* Registered users may print a specific page from the Servicebook web site, solely for their own use in servicing. Providing the resultant output carries a Maxtec Technical Services Logo and is marked such that the relevant copyright information along with the logo is displayed on each output page. Such information output in this way is still bound by the terms and conditions of use as stated above. Action will be taken against any person or persons found in breach of these conditions.
Maxtec Technical Services will not be responsible for damage to equipment being installed, serviced or injury from attempts to service equipment by persons using information listed in the site. It is the responsibility of the person undertaking the servicing to ensure they take every precaution to avoid injury, damage or electrocution.
Access to the site is via a password that will be initially issued by post, further changes in password will occur periodically, these will be sent out by post or email to registered users before any changes to access are implemented, emailed passwords, etc will only be sent to POP3 accounts (not hotmail, etc.). All access to the site is monitored, any abuse of the system, illegal entry or flagrant disregard to keeping access to the site and information within it secure, will result in immediate withdrawal of services.

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