User Guide OI/TB84PH–EN Rev. C
Type TB84pH Advantage SeriesTM
pH/ORP/pION transmitter
WARNING notices as used in this manual apply to hazards or unsafe practices which
could result in personal injury or death.
CAUTION notices apply to hazards or unsafe practices which could result in
property damage.
NOTES highlight procedures and contain information which assist the operator in
understanding the information contained in this manual.
WARNING
INSTRUCTION MANUALS
DO NOT INSTALL, MAINTAIN, OR OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT WITHOUT READING, UNDERSTANDING
AND FOLLOWING THE PROPER ABB INSTRUCTIONS AND MANUALS, OTHERWISE INJURY OR DAMAGE
MAY RESULT.
RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE
MOST ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT IS INFLUENCED BY RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE (RFI).
CAUTION SHOULD BE EXERCISED WITH REGARD TO THE USE OF PORTABLE COMMUNICATIONS
EQUIPMENT IN THE AREA AROUND SUCH EQUIPMENT. PRUDENT PRACTICE DICTATES THAT SIGNS
SHOULD BE POSTED IN THE VICINITY OF THE EQUIPMENT CAUTIONING AGAINST THE USE OF
PORTABLE COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT.
POSSIBLE PROCESS UPSETS
MAINTENANCE MUST BE PERFORMED ONLY BY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL AND ONLY AFTER SECURING
EQUIPMENT CONTROLLED BY THIS PRODUCT. ADJUSTING OR REMOVING THIS PRODUCT WHILE
IT IS IN THE SYSTEM MAY UPSET THE PROCESS BEING CONTROLLED. SOME PROCESS UPSETS
MAY CAUSE INJURY OR DAMAGE.
NOTICE
The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice.
ABB, its affiliates, employees, and agents, and the authors of and contributors to this publication
specifically disclaim all liabilities and warranties, express and implied (including warranties of
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose), for the accuracy, currency, completeness, and/or
reliability of the information contained herein and/or for the fitness for any particular use and/or for the
performance of any material and/or equipment selected in whole or part with the user of/or in reliance upon
information contained herein. Selection of materials and/or equipment is at the sole risk of the user of
this publication.
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reproduction for use, for the reverse engineering, development or manufacture of hardware or software
described herein is prohibited. No part of this document may be photocopied or reproduced without the prior
written consent of ABB.
Preface
This publication is for the use of technical personnel responsible
for installation, operation, and maintenance of the ABB Advantage
Series TB84PH.
Where necessary, this publication is broken into sections detailing
the differences between analyzers configured as pH, ORP, or pION.
In addition, the configuration section will give a detailed
overview of all analyzer functions and how these functions have
been grouped into the two major configuration modes: Basic and
Advanced.
The Series TB84PH analyzer is delivered with default hardware and
software configurations as shown in the table below.
These
settings may need to be changed depending on the application
requirements.
Factory Default Settings
Software
Instrument
Mode:
Analyzer
Type:
Temperature Sensor
Type:
Temperature Compensation
Type:
Analog Output One
Range:
Analog Output Two
Range:
Relay Output One
High Setpoint Value:
Deadband:
Delay:
Relay Output Two
High Setpoint Value:
Deadband:
Delay:
Relay Output Three
Diagnostics:
Damping
Value:
Sensor Diagnostics
State:
Safety Mode One
Failed Output State:
Safety Mode Two
Failed Output State:
Spike Output1
Level:
Basic
pH, Glass
3k, Balco
Hardware
Power Supply PCB
S301 (Relay Function):2
NO,
NC,
2
S301 (Relay Function):
NO,
NC,
S301 (Relay Function):2
NO,
NC,
Normally
Normally
Normally
Normally
Normally
Normally
Open3
Close
Open3
Close
Open3
Close
Manual
0 to 14 pH
Microprocessor/Display PCB
W1 (Configuration Lockout):3 1-2, Disable Lockout4
2-3, Enable Lockout
0 to 140oC
14.00 pH
0.10 pH
0.0 mins
14.00 pH
0.10 pH
0.0 mins
Instrument
0.5 Seconds
1
Off (Disabled)
2
3
4
Low
Feature available only in Advanced programming.
See Figure 3-6 for switch locations.
See Figure 8-16 for jumper location.
Bold text indicates default hardware settings.
Low
0%
List of Effective Pages
Total number of pages in this manual is 190, consisting of the
following:
I-E67-84-1B
February,2002
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Page No.
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February,2002
Change Date
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Table of Contents
SECTION 1 - INTRODUCTION . . . . . . .
OVERVIEW
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INTENDED USER . . . . . . . . . . .
FEATURES
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EQUIPMENT APPLICATION . . . . . . .
INSTRUCTION CONTENT . . . . . . . .
HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
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GLOSSARY OF TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
REFERENCE DOCUMENTS . . . . . . . .
NOMENCLATURE
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SPECIFICATIONS
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ACCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SECTION 2 - ANALYZER FUNCTIONALITY AND
OPERATOR INTERFACE CONTROLS . . . .
INTRODUCTION
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ANALYZER OVERVIEW . . . . . . . . .
USER INTERFACE
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MODULAR ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLIES . . .
TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION
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ANALOG OUTPUTS
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RELAY OUTPUTS . . . . . . . . . . .
High or Low Set Point . . . .
High or Low Cycle Timer . . .
Cleaner . . . . . . . . . . .
DAMPING . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DIAGNOSTICS . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analyzer . . . . . . . . . . .
Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . .
Spike Output . . . . . . . . .
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SECTION 3 - INSTALLATION . . . . . .
INTRODUCTION
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SPECIAL HANDLING
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UNPACKING AND INSPECTION
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LOCATION CONSIDERATIONS . . . . .
HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS . . . . . . .
RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE
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MOUNTING
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Pipe Mounting . . . . . . .
Hinge Mounting . . . . . . .
Wall Mounting . . . . . . .
Panel Mounting . . . . . . .
WIRING CONNECTIONS AND CABLING
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Power Wiring . . . . . . . .
Analog Output Signal Wiring
Relay Output Signal Wiring .
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. 3-11
Advantage Series (TBX5) Sensor Wiring .
Non-Advantage Series (TB5) Sensor Wiring
GROUNDING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OTHER EQUIPMENT INTERFACE . . . . . . . . . .
INSTRUMENT ROTATION . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SECTION 4 - OPERATING PROCEDURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INTRODUCTION
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4-1
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OPERATOR INTERFACE CONTROLS REVIEW
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
Multi-Function Smart Keys .
MODES OF OPERATION
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HOLD ICON . . . . . . . . . . . .
FAULT ICON
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SPIKE ICON
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RELAY ICONS . . . . . . . . . . .
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SECTION 6 - CALIBRATE MODE . . . . . . . .
INTRODUCTION
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CALIBRATE STATES OF OPERATION . . . . .
Process Sensor Calibrate State . .
One-Point Calibrate State .
Two-Point Calibrate State .
Temperature Calibrate State . . .
Edit Calibrate State . . . . . . .
Reset Calibrate State . . . . . .
Analog Output One Calibrate State
Analog Output Two Calibrate State
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SECTION 7 - OUTPUT/HOLD MODE . . . . . .
INTRODUCTION
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OUTPUT/HOLD STATES OF OPERATION . . .
Hold/Release Hold Output State .
Analog Output One Rerange State
Analog Output Two Rerange State
Damping State . . . . . . . . .
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SECTION 5 - MEASURE MODE .
INTRODUCTION
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BOREDOM SWITCH
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PRIMARY DISPLAY . . . .
SECONDARY DISPLAY . . .
FAULT INFORMATION Smart
SPT Smart Key . . . . .
MENU Smart Key
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SECTION 8 - CONFIGURE MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INTRODUCTION
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PRECONFIGURATION DATA REQUIRED
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8-1
8-1
8-1
CONFIGURE VIEW/MODIFY STATE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1
BASIC/ADVANCED PROGRAMMING MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-3
MODIFY CONFIGURE STATES OF OPERATION
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Analyzer State (Basic/Advanced) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-7
pH Analyzer State (Basic/Advanced) . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-8
ORP and pION States (Basic/Advanced) . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
Ion Concentration State (Advanced) . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-10
Temperature Sensor State (Basic/Advanced) . . . . . . . . . . . 8-12
Temperature Compensation State (Basic/Advanced) . . . . . . . . 8-12
Manual Nernstian State (Basic/Advanced) . . . . . . . . . 8-13
Automatic Nernstian State (Basic/Advanced) . . . . . . . . 8-14
Automatic Nernstian With Solution Coefficient State (Advanced)
8-15
Analog Output One State (Basic/Advanced) . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-16
Linear Output State (Basic/Advanced) . . . . . . . . . . . 8-16
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Non-Linear Output State (Advanced) . . .
Analog Output Two State (Basic/Advanced) . . .
Relay Output One (Basic/Advanced) . . . . . .
Relay Output Two (Basic/Advanced) . . . . . .
Relay Output Three (Basic/Advanced) . . . . .
Setpoint Relay Output (Basic/Advanced) .
Diagnostic Relay Output (Basic/Advanced)
Cycle Timer Relay Output (Advanced) . .
Cleaner Relay Output (Advanced) . . . .
Damping State (Basic/Advanced) . . . . . . . .
Diagnostics State (Basic/Advanced) . . . . . .
Safe Mode One State (Basic/Advanced) . . . . .
Safe Mode Two State (Basic/Advanced) . . . . .
Spike State (Advanced) . . . . . . . . . . . .
CONFIGURATION LOCKOUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SECTION 9 - SECURITY MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INTRODUCTION
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SECURITY STATE OF OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SECTION 10 - SECONDARY DISPLAY MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-1
INTRODUCTION
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SECONDARY DISPLAY STATE OF OPERATION
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SECTION 11 - SETPOINT/TUNE MODE . . . . . . . . .
INTRODUCTION
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SETPOINT/TUNE STATES OF OPERATION . . . . . .
Setpoint Relay Output (Basic/Advanced) .
Diagnostic Relay Output (Basic/Advanced)
Cycle Timer Relay Output (Advanced) . .
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SECTION 12 - UTILITY MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-1
INTRODUCTION
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FACTORY/USER STATE
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User State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Advanced/Basic Programming Mode User
Reset Configuration User State . . .
Reset Security User State . . . . .
Reset All User State . . . . . . . .
Soft Boot User State . . . . . . . .
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SECTION 13 - DIAGNOSTICS . . . . . . . .
INTRODUCTION
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FAULT CODES . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Problem Codes . . . . . . . . .
Error Codes . . . . . . . . . .
Calibration Diagnostic Messages
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SECTION 14 - TROUBLESHOOTING . .
INTRODUCTION
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ANALYZER TROUBLESHOOTING
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SENSOR TROUBLESHOOTING
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Visual Sensor Inspection
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SECTION 15 - MAINTENANCE
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INTRODUCTION
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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
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Cleaning the Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-2
SECTION 16 - REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES . . . .
INTRODUCTION
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ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLY REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT
FRONT BEZEL ASSEMBLY REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT
SHELL ASSEMBLY REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT
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REAR COVER ASSEMBLY REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT
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SECTION 17 - SUPPORT SERVICES .
INTRODUCTION
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RETURN MATERIALS PROCEDURES
REPLACEMENT PARTS . . . . .
RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS KITS
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APPENDIX A - TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION . . . .
GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NERNSTIAN TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION
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SOLUTION COEFFICIENT
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APPENDIX B - PROGRAMMING TEXT STRING GLOSSARY . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GLOSSARY OF PROGRAMMING TEXT PROMPTS
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B-1
B-1
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APPENDIX C - CONFIGURATION WORKSHEETS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Safety Summary
GENERAL
WARNINGS
Equipment Environment
All components, whether in transportation, operation or storage,
must be in a noncorrosive environment.
Electrical Shock Hazard During Maintenance
Disconnect power or take precautions to insure that contact with
energized parts is avoided when servicing.
SPECIFIC
CAUTIONS
To prevent possible signal degradation, separate metal conduit
runs are recommended for the sensor, signal and power wiring.
Automatic Nernstian With Solution Coefficient compensation can
only be used for processes that are extremely repeatable.
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SPECIFIC
WARNINGS
Use this equipment only in those classes of hazardous locations
listed on the nameplate. Uses in other hazardous locations can
lead to unsafe conditions that can injure personnel and damage
equipment.
Allow only qualified personnel (refer to INTENDED USER in SECTION
1 - INTRODUCTION) to commission, operate, service or repair this
equipment. Failure to follow the procedures described in this
instruction or the instructions provided with related equipment
can result in an unsafe condition that can injure personnel and
damage equipment.
Consider the material compatibility between cleaning fluids and
process liquids. Incompatible fluids can react with each other
causing injury to personnel and equipment damage.
Use solvents only in well ventilated areas. Avoid prolonged or
repeated breathing of vapors or contact with skin. Solvents can
cause nausea, dizziness, and skin irritation.
In some cases,
overexposure to solvents has caused nerve and brain damage.
Solvents are flammable - do not use near extreme heat or open
flame.
Do not substitute components that compromise the certifications
listed on the nameplate. Invalidating the certifications can lead
to unsafe conditions that can injure personnel and damage
equipment.
Do not disconnect equipment unless power has been switched off at
the source or the area is known to be nonhazardous. Disconnecting
equipment in a hazardous location with source power on can produce
an ignition-capable arc that can injure personnel and damage
equipment.
Remove power from the unit and allow at least one minute for the
unit to discharge before performing these procedures. Failure to
do so constitutes an electrical shock hazard that can injure
personnel and damage equipment.
Disconnect the AC line cord or power lines from the operating
branch circuit coming from the source before attempting electrical
connections. Instruments powered by AC line voltage constitute a
potential for personnel injury due to electric shock.
Keep the enclosure and covers in place after completing the wiring
procedures and during normal operation.
Do not disconnect or
connect wiring or remove or insert printed circuit boards unless
power has been removed and the flammable atmosphere is known NOT
to be present.
These procedures are not considered normal
operation. The enclosure prevents operator access to energized
components and to those that can cause ignition capable arcs.
Failure to follow this warning can lead to unsafe conditions that
can injure personnel and damage equipment.
All error conditions are considered catastrophic. When such an
error has been reported, the analyzer should be replaced with a
known-good analyzer.
The non-functional analyzer should be
returned to the factory for repair. Contact the factory for a
Return Materials Authorization (RMA) number.
SECTION 1 - INTRODUCTION
I-E67-84-1B
February,2002
1-1
OVERVIEW
The TB84PH Advantage Series is a line-powered
pH/ORP/pION (i.e., specific ion) analyzer with
state-of-the-art electronics, internal and
external
diagnostic
functionality,
an
innovative
user-interface
having
HotKey
capability, two user-selectable modes of
operation, and DIN-size packaging.
Diagnostic interrogation of the internal
circuitry and external sensing devices is
continually conducted to ensure accuracy and
immediate notification of problem situations
when they occur.
Detection of sensor
integrity includes pH electrode damage, sensor
coating, sensor out-of-liquid, ground-loop
detection, and
short/open sensor cabling.
Additional software functions monitor slope,
asymmetric
potential,
process
variable
over/under range, and temperature over/under
range. If these diagnostic conditions occur,
the analyzer can be programmed to induce a
repetitive modulation of a given magnitude in
the output current or can be link to a relay
output thus providing the ability to alert
personnel of a problem condition.
The analyzer packaging conforms to DIN
standards and has mounting options that
include
pipe,
wall,
hinge,
and
panel
installations. Due to the modular design of
the electronics, changing the analyzer sensing
capability to other analytical properties such
as solution conductivity can be quick and
easy.
The user interface is an innovative, patentpending technology which facilitates a smooth
and problem-free link between the user and
analyzer functionality.
The programming
structure and multi-function keys reduce
programming difficulties by providing a toggle
between Basic and Advanced functions.
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INTENDED USER
Installation
Personnel
Should be an electrician or a person familiar
with the National Electrical Code (NEC), or
equivalent, and local wiring regulations.
Should
have
a
strong
background
in
installation of analytical equipment.
Application
Technician
Should have a solid background in pH/ORP/pION
measurements, electronic instrumentation, and
process control and be familiar with proper
grounding and safety procedures for electronic
instrumentation.
Operator
Should have knowledge of the process and
should read and understand this instruction
book
before
attempting
any
procedure
pertaining to the operation of the TB84PH
Advantage Series analyzer.
Maintenance
Personnel
Should have a background in electricity and be
able to recognize shock hazards.
Personnel
must also be familiar with electronic process
control instrumentation and have a good
understanding of troubleshooting procedures.
Diagnostic Sensor
Capability
The TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer offers
the necessary hardware and software for full
compatibility with TBX5 Advantage Series
pH/ORP/pION sensors.
These sensors are
equipped with the new NEXT STEP reference
technology and are well suited for harsh
process streams.
Multiple Applications
Accepts
inputs
from
standard
glass
pH
electrodes, antimony pH electrodes, gold or
platinum Oxidation-Reduction Potential (ORP)
electrodes, or any specific ion electrode. A
custom
electrode
configuration
is
also
available which uses information regarding the
asymmetric potential and isopotential point.
Isolated analog outputs allows use in grounded
or floating circuits. Relay outputs provide
setpoint
control,
cycle-timer
control,
diagnostic alarming, and cleaner operation.
FEATURES
I-E67-84-1B
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Automatic Temperature
Compensation
Menu-selectable choices provide the user with
a wide range of easily configurable selections
for temperature compensation.
1.
2.
3.
Automatic Nernstian
Automatic Nernstian with Solution
Coefficient
Manual Nernstian
Wide Rangeability
Analog output spans do not affect the display
range of -2.00 to +16.00 pH (-2000 to +2000 mV
for ORP and specific ion).
Minimum and
maximum process variable output spans are 1.0
pH (100 mV for ORP and specific ion) and 14 pH
(3998
mV
for
ORP
and
specific
ion),
respectively. Minimum
and
maximum
temperature
output
spans are 10 oC (18 oF) and 140 o C (284
o
F), respectively.
Innovative User
Interface
Using four Smart Keys and a custom Liquid
Crystal Display (LCD), multiple functions have
been assigned to each key and are displayed at
the
appropriate
time
depending
on
the
programming environment. This patent-pending
technology reduces the number of keys while
maintaining
the
maximum
amount
of
functionality and allows for the use of a
larger, more visible LCD.
Simple Calibration
One- and two-point calibrations are available
and smoothly guide the user through each
calibration step. Provisions for viewing and
modifying the sensor calibration data are also
included. Temperature calibration uses smart
calibration routines which determine the
appropriate adjustments based on previous
calibration data.
NEMA 4X/IP65
Housing
Suitable for corrosive environments, the
electronics
enclosure
is
a
corrosion
resistant, aluminum alloy.
A chemical
resistant polyurethane powder coating provides
external protection.
Suitable for
Hazardous Locations
The TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer design
complies with industry standards for Division
2
and
non-incendive
installations
(certification pending).
Diagnostic
Indication
The custom LCD has dedicated icons which act
as visible indications of an output hold,
fault, diagnostic spike, and energized relay
condition.
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Secure Operation
A
hardware
lockout
feature
prevents
unauthorized
altering
of
instrument
configuration parameters while allowing other
analyzer functions to be fully accessible.
Software security codes can also be assigned
to the Configure, Calibrate, Output/Hold, and
Setpoint/Tune Modes of Operation.
Compact Packaging
Industry
standard
½-DIN
size
maintains
standard
panel
cut
outs
and
increases
installation flexibility by providing pipe,
wall, hinge, and panel mounting options.
Nonvolatile Memory
Analyzer Diagnostics
In the event of a power failure,
nonvolatile memory stores and retains
configuration and calibration data.
the
the
Built-in electronic circuitry and firmware
routines perform a series of self-diagnostics,
monitoring such areas as memory and input
circuit
integrity.
Irregularities
are
indicated for maintenance purposes.
EQUIPMENT APPLICATION
The TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer can be
used anywhere pH, ORP, or specific ion
measurements are desired.
INSTRUCTION CONTENT
Introduction
This section provides a product overview, a
description of each section contained in this
manual, and how each section should be used.
This section also has a glossary of terms and
abbreviations, a list of reference documents
on related equipment and/or subjects, the
product identification (nomenclature), and a
comprehensive list of hardware performance
specifications
including
accessories
and
applicable certification information.
Analyzer
Functionality And
Operator Interface
Controls
This section provides a short description on
the functionality of the TB84PH Advantage
Series analyzer.
Installation
This section provides information on analyzer
installation such as unpacking
directions,
location considerations,
analyzer mounting
options and procedures, wiring instructions,
sensor connections, and grounding procedures.
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Operating Procedures
This section addresses the operator interface
controls and their function.
The Mode of
Operation and LCD status icons are listed and
their functions are described.
Measure Mode
This section describes the normal analyzer
mode of operation which includes the primary
and secondary display, Fault Information Smart
Key, and Menu Smart Key functions.
Calibrate Mode
This section provides sensor and analyzer
calibration procedures and calibration data
descriptions.
Output/Hold Mode
This section describes the Output/Hold States
of Operation including hold, rerange, damping,
and spike features.
Configure Mode
This section defines the required actions to
establish
and
program
the
analyzer
configuration.
Security Mode
This section provides the procedures necessary
to set and clear analyzer security codes.
Secondary Display
Mode
This section provides the procedure necessary
to set the information displayed in secondary
display of the Measure Mode.
Utility Mode
This section defines the reset options and
Basic/Advanced programming toggle.
Diagnostics
This section provides a description of the
diagnostic tools available to aid with
analyzer servicing.
This section also
provides a listing of displayed faults and the
corrective action to be taken.
Troubleshooting
This section provides an analyzer and sensor
troubleshooting guide to help determine and
isolate problems.
Sensor Maintenance
This section provides cleaning procedures for
pH/ORP/pION sensors.
Repair/Replacement
This section includes procedures for analyzer
assembly and sensor replacement.
Support Services
This section provides a list of replacement
parts unique to the TB84PH Advantage Series
analyzer.
Appendix A
This section provides temperature compensation
information.
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Appendix B
This section provides a glossary of text
prompts used in the secondary display during
analyzer programming.
Appendix C
This
section
provides
a
configuration
worksheet used to record the analyzer’s
configuration and shows default values when a
configuration reset is performed.
HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
For safety and operating reasons, reading and
understanding this product instruction manual
is critical. Do not install or complete any
tasks or procedures related to operation until
doing so.
The sections of this product instruction are
sequentially arranged as they relate to
initial
start-up
(from
UNPACKING
to
REPAIR/REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES). After initial
start-up, refer to this instruction as needed
by section.
GLOSSARY OF TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
Table 1-1. Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations
Term
Description
Asymmetric
Potential
The electrical potential across the measuring
and reference half-cells of an electrochemical
sensor at the Isopotential Point.
Boredom Switch
An automatic timer built into the TB84PH
Advantage Series analyzer that returns the
instrument to the Measure Mode of Operation if
a user has entered another mode of operation
and has not initiated another action for
twenty minutes.
EEPROM
Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only
Memory. A type of non-volatile memory that
can be electrically programmed and erased.
Efficiency
A value that represents the percentage of the
theoretical, Nernstian temperature compensated
output from an electrochemical sensor.
EPROM
Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory. This
memory holds the operational program for the
microcontroller integral to the analyzer.
Ground Loop
A path between two separate ground connections
thus allowing unwanted current flow through
the measurement cabling or circuitry.
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Term
Description
HotKey
A short-cut that moves the user from the View
Configure State to the Modify Configure State
of Operation.
Icon
A text or symbolic image representing a set
function, condition, or engineering unit.
Impedance
A measure of the total opposition to current
flow in an alternating-current circuit.
Isopotential
Point
The potential of an electrochemical sensor
that
is
independent
to
sample
fluid
temperature changes.
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display. The custom three and
one-half digit primary display, six-character
alpha-numeric secondary field, and supporting
icons that allow for local readout of the
process variable, programming of analyzer
functions, and local indication of fault,
hold, and relay state conditions.
Non-volatile
Memory
Memory that retains programmed information
such
as
configuration
and
calibration
parameters, even when power is removed.
ORP
Oxidation-Reduction Potential. The potential
created during a chemical reaction in which
one or more electrons are transferred from one
atom or molecule to another.
PCB
Printed Circuit Board.
A flat board which
contains pads for integrated circuit chips,
components, connections, and electrically
conductive pathways between those elements
that function together to form an electronic
circuit.
pH
Potential of Hydrogen.
A measure of the
acidity
or
alkalinity
of
a
solution,
numerically equal to 7 for neutral solutions,
increasing with increasing alkalinity and
decreasing with increasing acidity.
RTD
Resistive Temperature Detector.
An element
whose resistance has a relationship with the
temperature of its surroundings.
SEEPROM
Serial Electrically Erasable Programmable Read
Only Memory. A type of non-volatile memory
that can be electrically programmed, erased,
and
read
using
serial
communication
techniques.
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Input
pH/ORP/pION
Four-Electrode Conductivity
Two-Electrode Conductivity
Toroidal Conductivity
Programming
Basic
Advanced
Reserved (PI Controller)
None
Reserved (Remote Analyzer)
None
Housing Type
Powder Coated, Alodined
Aluminum
Mounting Hardware
None
Pipe
Hinge
Panel
Wall
Agency Approval (Pending)
None
FM
CSA
|
CENLEC
|
Label
0
None
1
Stainless Steel
2
Mylar
NOTE: A single digit or letter must be used in each nomenclature position.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Property
Process Display Range
pH
ORP
pION
Temperature
Display Range
Resolution, Display
pH
ORP
pION
Temperature
Table 1-3. Specifications
Characteristic/Value
-2 to +16.00 pH
-1999 to +1999 mV
-1999 to +1999 mV
0o to 140oC (32o to 284oF).
0.01 pH
1 mV
1o mV o
1 C, 1 F.
Accuracy, Display
pH
ORP
pION
Temperature
±0.01 pH
±1 mV
±1
mV
1oC
Accuracy, Output
±0.02 mA at full scale output setting
Nonlinearity, Display
pH
ORP
pION
Temperature
±0.01 pH
±1 mV
±1
mV
1oC
Nonlinearity, Output
±0.02 mA at full scale output setting
Repeatability, Display
pH
ORP
pION
Temperature
±0.01 pH
±1 mV
±1
mV
1oC
Repeatability, Output
±0.02 mV at full scale output setting
Stability, Display
pH
ORP
pION
Temperature
±0.01 pH
±1 mV
±1
mV
1oC
Stability, Output
±0.02 mV at full scale output setting
Temperature
Compensation
Manual Nernstian
Automatic Nernstian
Automatic Nernstian with Solution Coefficient
Input Types
pH
ORP
pION
Temperature
Glass, Antimony, Custom Isopotential & Asymmetric
Potential
Platinum, Gold
Sodium, Chloride, Sulfide, etc.
3 kohm Balco, Pt100
Dynamic Response
3 sec. for 90% step change at 0.0 sec. damping.
Ambient Temperature
Effect
pH
ORP
pION
Temperature
Output
o
±0.007 pH/
C @ 95% Relative Humidity
o
±0.4 mV/oC @ 95% Relative Humidity
±0.4 mV/
C @ 95% Relative Humidity
±0.16 oC/oCo @ 95% Relative Humidity
±0.008 mA/ C @ 95% Relative Humidity
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Property
Characteristic/Value
Output Minimum Span
pH
ORP
pION
Temperature
1.00 pH
100 mV
100o mV
10 C
Output Maximum Span
(full scale settings)
pH
ORP
pION
Temperature
14 pH (0 to 14 pH)
3998 mV (-1999 to 1999 mV)
3998o mV (-1999
to 1999 mV)
140 C, 284 oF (0 to 140 oC, 32 to 284 oF)
Damping
Continuously adjustable from 0.0 to 99.9 seconds
Supply Voltage Ranges
93.5 to 276 Vac, 50 to 60 Hz, Single Phase
Maximum Consumption 17 VA
Analog Output Ratings
Two completely isolated 0/4 to 20 mAdc outputs
750 ohms Maximum Load Value
Output One Fixed to the Process Variable
Output Two Software-Selectable to either the Process
Variable or Temperature
Relay Output Ratings
Three SPDT contacts with LCD icon indicators
Hardware configurable for Normally Open or Normally
Close
Software configurable relay functions include High/Low
Setpoint with adjustable Deadband and Time Delay,
High/Low Cycle Timer with adjustable Duty Cycle and
Time Delay, Diagnostic Alarm, and Cleaner Control
Maximum AC Capacity Values of 100 VA, 240 Vac, and 3 A
Maximum DC Capacity Values of 50 W, 24 Vdc, and 3 A
Power Supply Effect
±0.005% of full scale span per volt
Turn-On Time
2 seconds typical, 4 seconds maximum
Maximum Sensor Cable
Length
100 ft (30.5 m)
Sensor Diagnostic
pH
ORP
pION
Diagnostic Notification
Analog Mode
Glass and Reference Impedance, Open
Efficiency and Asymmetric Potential
Reference Impedance, Open and Short
Efficiency and Asymmetric Potential
Reference Impedance, Open and Short
Efficiency and Asymmetric Potential
and Short Cabling,
Check
Cabling,
Check
Cabling,
Check
Local indication via a FAULT and SPIKE icon.
Programmable output pulse on Analog Output One,
0 to 16 mA for 1 seconds on 6 second cycles
Environmental
Operating temperature
LCD Range
Storage temperature
-20oo to 60ooC (-4oo to 140ooF)
-20 to 60 C (-4 to 140 F)
-40o to 70oC (-40o to 158oF)
Mounting Effect
None
Enclosure
Classification
NEMA 4X
IP65
Size
Height
Minimum panel depth
Maximum panel cutout
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144 mm high x 144 mm wide x 171 mm long (5.67 in. high
x 5.67 in. wide x 6.75 in. long)
145 mm (5.70 in.)
136.7 mm x 136.7 mm (5.38 in. x 5.38 in.).
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Property
Characteristic/Value
Weight
4.2 lb (1.9 kg) without mounting hardware
7.5 lb (3.4 kg) with Pipe Mounting Hardware
EMC Requirements
CE certified:
Electromagnetic Emission - EN50082-1: 1994
EN55011: 1991 (CISPR11: 1990) Class A
Electromagnetic Immunity - EN50082-2: 1996
EN61000-4-2: 1995 6 kV Contact
6 kV Indirect
EN61000-4-3: 1997 10 V/m (unmodulated, rms)
80 to 1000 MHZ
EN61000-4-4: 1995 1 kV Signal Lines
5/50 Tr/Th nS
5 kHz
EN61000-4-8: 1994 50 Hz
30A(rms)/m
ENV50141:
1994 10 V (unmodulated, rms)
0.15 to 80 MHZ
80% AM (1kHz)
150 ohms, source impedance
ENV50204:
1996 10 V/m (unmodulated, rms)
900 ±5 MHZ
50% duty cycle
200 Hz
Low Voltage - EN61010-1:1993 (Category II)
Agency Approvals1
(pending)
FM
CSA
Non-incendive.
Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, and D. Class II,
Division 2, Groups F and G. Class III, Division 2.
Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, and D. Class II,
Division 2, Groups E, F and G. Class III, Division 2.
SPECIFICATIONS
1. Hazardous location
approvals
o
conditions of -25 to 40o C (-13o
maximum oxygen concentration of
I-E67-84-1B
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
for use in flammable atmospheres are for ambient
to 104o F), 86 to 108kPa (12.5 to 15.7 psi) with a
21%.
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ACCESSORIES
Kits
Part Number
Mounting Kit
4TB9515-0124
4TB9515-0125
4TB9515-0156
4TB9515-0123
Pipe
Hinge
Wall
Panel
Part Number
Description
4TB9515-0164
BNC Adapter
4TB9515-0166
BNC Adapter w/ ½" Cord Grip Fitting
4TB9515-0165
½" Cord Grip Fitting
4TB9515-0191
PG9 Cord Grip Fitting
4TB9515-0198
Complete Cord Grip Set (Three PG9 p/n
4TB9515-0191 & Two ½” p/n 4TB9515-0165)
See Section 17,
complete
list
Sensors
Support Services,
of
available
for a
kits.
Nomenclature1
Fitting Type
TBX551, TB551
In-line Twist Lock, Submersible
TBX556, TB556
In-line Threaded, Submersible
TBX557, TB557
Ball Valve Insertion, Hot Tap
TBX561, TB561
Sterilizable, In-line
TBX564, TB564
High Pressure Hot Tap
TBX567, TB567
High Pressure In-line
TBX5 Advantage Series Sensors required for advanced
sensor diagnostics.
BNC Adapter Kit required for TB5
Sensors with BNC Connector. When using TB5 Sensors with
type T (i.e., Pin Lug) terminations, the BNC Adapter p/n
4TB9515-0164
is
not
required.
See
Section
3,
Installation, for more information.
1
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SECTION 2 - ANALYZER FUNCTIONALITY AND
OPERATOR INTERFACE CONTROLS
INTRODUCTION
The beginning of this section contains an
overview of the TB84PH pH/ORP/pION Advantage
Series analyzer functionality and important
information for configuration personnel. The
latter part of this section discusses the
operator interface controls.
It includes
descriptions of the analyzer modes and
faceplate controls.
ANALYZER OVERVIEW
The TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer provides
two analog output signals that can be
configured to be proportional to either the
output of any electrochemical sensor having a
DC voltage output between -2000 and +2000 mV
and/or a 3k Balco or Pt100 RTD. This includes
sensors requiring electrometer type detectors
such as pH, ORP, and specific ion (i.e., pION)
sensors.
In addition to the two analog
outputs, any of the three integral relay
outputs can be configured as a high or low
setpoint controller, cycle-timer controller,
diagnostic alarm, or cleaner controller. In
this manner, the TB84PH Advantage Series
analyzer provides a means by which to monitor
and control the pH, ORP, pION, or Ion
Concentration of a process fluid.
This analyzer is equipped with internal
diagnostic capabilities allowing for the
detection of any potential problems with the
electronics
and
operation
of
firmware.
Diagnostic
capability
also
includes
the
detection of sensor integrity such as pH glass
electrode
impedance,
reference
electrode
impedance, ground-loop detection, open and
shorted cabling, process variables out of
range, and incorrect calibration values.
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USER INTERFACE
The user interface consists of a tactile
keypad having four Smart keys, one hidden key,
and a custom LCD.
The LCD has a three and
one-half digit numeric region that displays
the process variable, a six-digit alphanumeric
region that displays secondary information and
programming prompts, and several statusindicating and programming icons.
Using a novel approach (patent-pending), each
of the four keys is located under a given set
of icons. In each of the instrument modes and
mode states, one icon over any given key will
be illuminated and will represent that key’s
function.
These Smart Key assignments will
vary as the user enters into different
programming modes and states. In addition to
the Smart Key assignments, text strings
located in the six character alphanumeric
field (i.e., secondary display) are used as
programming prompts.
The end result is an
interface that provides a great deal of
flexibility and functionality.
MODULAR ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLIES
The TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer consists
of
three
separate
PCB
assemblies
that
concentrate specific circuit functionality
onto each of the three boards. This modular
design allows for the ability to change the
instrument
from
one
of
four
types
of
instruments:
pH/ORP/pION,
four-electrode
conductivity, two-electrode conductivity, and
toroidal conductivity. In addition, analyzer
repairs can be quickly accomplished by simply
replacing the non-functioning board with an
operational one.
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SECTION 3 - INSTALLATION
INTRODUCTION
This section of the manual will aide the user
in all levels of the installation process.
The intention is to provide simple procedures
for placing the TB84PH Advantage Series
analyzer into service.
SPECIAL HANDLING
Besides the normal precautions for storage and
handling of electronic equipment, the analyzer
has special static sensitive device (SSD)
handling
requirements.
This
equipment
contains semiconductors subject to damage by
discharge of static electricity; therefore,
avoid direct contact with terminal block
conductors and electronic components on the
circuit board.
To minimize the chances of damage by static
electricity, follow these techniques during
wiring, service, troubleshooting, and repair.
1.
Remove
assemblies
semiconductors
from
their
containers only:
containing
protective
a.
When at a designated static-free work
station.
b.
After firm contact with an antistatic
mat and/or gripped by a grounded individual.
2.
Personnel
handling
assemblies
with
semiconductors must be neutralized to a
static-free work station by a grounding wrist
strap connected to the station or to a good
ground point at the field site.
3.
Do not allow clothing to make contact
with semiconductors. Most clothing generates
static electricity.
4.
Do not touch connectors, circuit traces,
and components.
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5.
Avoid
partial
connection
of
semiconductors. Semiconductors can be damaged
by floating leads. Always install electronic
assemblies with power removed.
Do not cut
leads
or
lift
circuit
paths
when
troubleshooting.
6.
Ground all test equipment.
7.
Avoid static charges during maintenance.
Make sure the circuit board is thoroughly
clean around its leads but do not rub or clean
with an insulating cloth.
NOTE: An antistatic field service kit, ABB part number
1948385_1, is available for personnel working on
devices containing static sensitive components. The
kit contains a static dissipative work surface (mat),
a ground cord assembly, wrist bands, and alligator
clip.
UNPACKING AND INSPECTION
Examine the equipment upon receipt for
possible damage in transit.
File a damage
claim with the responsible transportation
company, if necessary. Notify the nearest ABB
sales office.
Carefully inspect the packing material before
discarding it to make certain that all
mounting
equipment
and
any
special
instructions or paperwork have been removed.
Careful handling and installation will insure
satisfactory performance of the unit.
Use
the
original
packing
material
and
container for storage.
Select a storage
environment free of corrosive vapors and
extreme temperature and humidity.
Storage
temperature must not exceed -40 degrees to +70
degrees Celsius (-40 degrees to +158 degrees
Fahrenheit).
Remove the protective film from the analyzer
lens after the analyzer has been placed in its
final installed location.
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LOCATION CONSIDERATIONS
When mounting the unit, leave ample clearance
for removal of the front bezel and rear cover.
Signal wiring should not run in conduit or
open trays where power wiring or heavy
electrical
equipment
could
contact
or
interfere with the signal wiring.
Twisted,
shielded pairs should be used for the best
results.
The mounting location should provide easy
access for maintenance procedures and not be
in a corrosive environment.
Excessive
mechanical vibrations and shocks as well as
relay and power switches should not be in the
immediate area. Additionally, this location
must conform to the temperature and humidity
constraints
listed
in
the
Table
1-3,
Specifications.
HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS
WARNING
Use this equipment only in those classes of
hazardous locations listed on the nameplate.
Installations in hazardous locations other
than those listed on the nameplate can lead
to
unsafe
conditions
that
can
injure
personnel and damage equipment.
Refer to Table 1-3, Specifications, in Section
1 for a list of certifications and approvals
applicable to the TB84PH Advantage Series
analyzer.
RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE
Most electronic equipment is affected to some
extent by radio frequency interference (RFI).
Caution should be exercised with regard to the
use of portable communications equipment in
areas where this electronic equipment is being
used. Post appropriate cautions in the plant
as required.
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MOUNTING
The TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer can be
pipe, hinge, wall, or panel mounted. Figure
3-1 shows the overall dimensions of the TB84PH
without mounting hardware. Mounting hardware
attaches to the four sets of threaded holes
located on the corners of the main housing.
Figure 3-1. Overall Dimensions
Pipe Mounting
The TB84PH Pipe Mount Kit (p/n 4TB9515-0124)
contains a pipe and instrument mounting
bracket with associated hardware.
The pipe
mounting bracket can be fitted to pipe sizes
as large as two-inches.
Using Figure 3-2 as a reference, mount the
TB84PH analyzer as follows:
1) Select the desired
TB84PH analyzer.
orientation
of
the
2) Attach the instrument mounting bracket to
the pipe mounting bracket using the supplied
3/8" x 3/4" bolts, 3/8" flat washers, 3/8"
lock washers, and 3/8" nuts.
3) Attach the pipe mounting bracket to the
pipe using the supplied 5/16" U-bolts, 5/16"
flat washers, 5/16" lock washers, and 5/16"
nuts.
4) Attach the instrument to the instrument
mounting bracket using the supplied 3/8" x
5/8" bolts, 3/8" flat washers, and 3/8" lock
washers.
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5/16"
FLATWASHER
4TB4710-0025
(4 TYP)
3/8"
INSTRUMENT FLATWASHER
4TB4710-0028
MOUNT
(8 TYP)
BRACKET
3/8" NUT
4TB5008-0071
4TB4711-0020
(4 TYP)
3/8" X 3/4"
BOLT
4TB4704-0086
(4 TYP)
PIPE
5/16" U-BOLT
4TB4704-0096
(2 TYP)
PIPE MOUNT
BRACKET
4TB5008-0022
5/16"
LOCKWASHER
4TB4710-0023
(4 TYP)
3/8" X 5/8"
BOLT
4TB4704-0119
(4 TYP)
3/8"
LOCKWASHER
4TB4710-0022
(8 TYP)
Figure 3-2. Pipe Mount Installation Diagram
Hinge Mounting
The TB84PH Hinge Mount Kit (p/n 4TB9515-0125)
contains L- and instrument mounting brackets,
a stainless steel hinge, and associated
hardware.
The Hinge Mount Kit allows for a
clear view of the display while maintaining
easy access to the rear of the instrument.
Using Figure 3-3 as a reference, mount the
TB84PH analyzer as follows:
1) Select the desired location and orientation
of the TB84PH analyzer.
2) Attach the L-bracket to the selected
location using the appropriate type of
fastener based on the mounting surface
material.
3) Attach the stainless steel hinge to the Lbracket using the supplied 3/8" x 3/4" bolts,
3/8" flat washers, 3/8" lock washers, and 3/8"
nuts.
4) Attach the instrument mounting bracket to
the stainless steel hinge using the supplied
3/8" x 3/4" bolts, 3/8" flat washers, 3/8"
lock washers, and 3/8" nuts.
5) Attach the instrument to the instrument
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mounting bracket using the supplied 3/8" x
5/8" bolts, 3/8" flat washers, and 3/8" lock
washers.
FASTENERS FOR
WALL (SUPPLIED
BY OTHERS)
3/8" X 3/4"
BOLT
4TB4704-0086
(8 TYP)
TOP VIEW
S.S. HINGE
4TB5010-0005
3/8" X 5/8"
BOLT
4TB4704-0048
(4 TYP)
FRONT VIEW
WALL
L - BRACKET
4TB5008-0073
3/8" NUT
4TB4711-0020
(8 TYP)
3/8"
LOCKWASHER
4TB4710-0022
(12 TYP)
3/8"
FLATWASHER
4TB4710-0028
(12 TYP)
INSTRUMENT
MOUNT
BRACKET
4TB5008-0071
Figure 3-3. Hinge Mount Installation Diagram
Wall Mounting
The TB84PH Wall Mount Kit (p/n 4TB9515-0156)
contains an instrument mounting bracket with
associated
hardware.
Wall
mounting
accommodates installations where the analyzer
can be positioned for a clear line of sight
and free access to the rear terminations.
These types of installation include supporting
beams, flange brackets, and wall ends.
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Using Figure 3-4 as a reference, mount the
TB84PH analyzer as follows:
1) Select the desired location and orientation
of the TB84PH analyzer.
2) Attach the instrument mount bracket to the
selected location using the appropriate type
of fastener based on the mounting surface
material.
3) Attach the instrument to the instrument
mounting bracket using the supplied 3/8" x
5/8" bolts, 3/8" flat washers, and 3/8" lock
washers.
INSTRUMENT
MOUNT
BRACKET
4TB5008-0071
3/8"
FLATWASHER
4TB4710-0028
(4 TYP)
FASTENERS FOR WALL
(SUPPLIED BY OTHERS)
WALL
3/8" X 5/8"
BOLT
4TB4704-0119
(4 TYP)
3/8"
LOCKWASHER
4TB4710-0022
(4 TYP)
Figure 3-4. Wall Mount Installation Diagram
Panel Mounting
The TB84PH Panel Mount Kit (p/n 4TB9515-0123)
contains four panel bracket assemblies and a
panel gasket. The TB84PH enclosure conforms
with DIN sizing and requires a 135.4 mm x
135.4 mm cut-out for panel mounting.
The
panel brackets accommodate a maximum panel
thickness of 3/8".
Using Figure 3-5 as a reference, mount the
TB84PH analyzer as follows:
1) Select the desired location of the TB84PH
analyzer.
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2) Cut a 135.4 mm x 135.4 mm hole with
diagonal corners through the panel as shown in
Figure 3-5.
3)
Install
instrument.
the
panel
gasket
onto
the
4) Remove Rear Cover if necessary, and insert
the instrument through the panel cut-out.
5) Attach the panel mounting bracket assembly
to all four corners of the analyzer.
6) Tighten the adjustment screws on the panel
mounting brackets until the analyzer seats
against the panel. Note, do not over-tighten
the adjustment screws or damage to the
brackets and panel may result.
CUT OUT
+0.05/-0.03
+1.3/-0.8
+0.05/-0.03
+1.3/-0.8
REAR VIEW
Figure 3-5.
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Panel Mount Installation Diagram
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3-8
WIRING CONNECTIONS AND CABLING
CAUTION
To prevent possible signal degradation,
separate metal conduit runs are recommended
for the sensor, signal, and power wiring.
Under ideal conditions, the use of conduit and
shielded wire may not be required. However,
to avoid noise problems, power, signal, and
output wiring should be enclosed in separate
conduit. Just prior to entering the housing,
rigid conduit should be
terminated and a
short length of flexible conduit should be
installed to reduce any stress to the housing.
Note: To maintain a NEMA 4X/IP65 rating, use approved
conduct connections or cord grips that have the same type
of ratings.
Power and signal wiring must bear a suitable
voltage rating,
haveo a maximum temperature
rating of 75oC (167
F), and must be in
accordance with all NEC requirements or
equivalent for the installation site.
Use
either
a
standard
three-prong
grounded
flexible CSA certified line cord or equivalent
for power supply connection or hard wire
directly to the AC supply. If hard wiring the
AC power supply, use stranded, 14 AWG copper
conductor wire.
Signal wiring should not be run in the same
conduit or open trays where power wiring for
high amperage electrical equipment exists.
Ensure the final installation of signal and
power
wiring
prevents
physical
and/or
electrical interfere.
Note: Use weatherproof connections for all wiring ports.
Heyco RLTF ½" and LTF 9 cable grips are available through
ABB Inc.. See Section 17, Support Services.
The TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer accepts
wire sizes 12 to 24 AWG. Signal wiring should
always be twisted, shielded pairs to ensure
the best performance. Pin-style terminals are
recommended for all connections and available
as kits from the factory.
See section 17,
Support Services, for more information.
Power Wiring
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WARNING
Disconnect the AC line cord or power lines
from the operating branch circuit coming from
the source before attempting electrical
connections. Instruments powered by AC line
voltage constitute a potential for personnel
injury due to electric shock.
WARNING
Keep the enclosure and covers in place after
completing the wiring procedures and during
normal operation.
Do not disconnect or
connect wiring or remove or insert printed
circuit boards unless power has been removed
and the flammable atmosphere is known NOT to
be present.
These procedures are not
considered normal operation. The enclosure
prevents
operator
access
to
energized
components and to those that can cause
ignition capable arcs.
Failure to follow
this warning can lead to unsafe conditions
that can injure personnel and damage
equipment.
The TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer does not
require pre-setting a jumper to accept
different
line-power
voltages.
Power
connections are located in the back of the
instrument housing. The terminal block label
identifies all line power, output signal, and
sensor connections.
Notes:
1. ABB recommends installing a power line switch for
safety purposes and for providing power-up and power-down
convenience when servicing the analyzer.
2. Do not power the system from a transformer that also
powers large motor loads (over five horsepower) or any
other type of equipment that generates line voltage
surges, sags and excessive noise.
Using Figure 3-7 as a reference, make line
power connections as follows:
1)
Strip wire insulation back approximately
0.250" (seven millimeters) to ensure the bare
wire will make good contact with the Insulated
Pin Lug terminals and will not be exposed
beyond the pin insulator.
2)
Crimp Pin Lug terminals to wire using
Panaduit CT 570 or equivalent.
3)
Connect the specified line voltage to
TB1-1 (Line - L1), the neutral to TB1-2
(Neutral - L2), and the ground to terminal
TB1-3 (Chassis Ground).
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Analog Output Signal Wiring
The terminal block label identifies the analog
output connections.
Terminal polarity is
shown and must be observed to ensure proper
operation.
The maximum load resistance for
the analog outputs is specified in Table 1-3,
Specifications. The maximum load resistance
must include all devices and wiring within the
analog output current loop.
See Figure 3-7
for a wiring diagram.
Using Figure 3-7 as a reference, make analog
output connections as follows:
1)
Strip wire insulation back approximately
0.250" (seven millimeters) to ensure the bare
wire will make good contact with the Insulated
Pin Lug terminals and will not be exposed
beyond the pin insulator.
2)
Crimp Pin Lug terminals to the wire using
Panaduit CT 570 or equivalent.
3)
Connect the wiring to the appropriate
analog output terminals.
Relay Output Signal Wiring
The relay outputs are shipped from the factory
in the default state of Normally Open. That
is, the relay contacts will be open when the
relay is not energized. To change the normal
state of any of the three relay outputs,
switches on the power supply PCB assembly must
be moved to different positions.
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Using Figure 3-6 as a reference, change the
normal state of any relay output as follows:
1)
Unscrew the four captive screws located
at the four corners of the Front Bezel
Assembly.
2)
Lightly pull the Front Bezel Assembly
from the Shell Assembly.
3)
Identify the Power Supply PCB Assembly
and relay state switches using Figure 3-6.
4)
Move the switch position to the desired
the desired normal state (i.e., Normally Open
or Normally Closed.)
NORMALLY OPEN
STATE
J301
J301
J302
TAG
J303
CARSON CITY, NV.
NORMALLY CLOSED
STATE
Shell Assembly With Rear
Cover Assembly Attached
J303
Bezel Assembly With Microprocessor PCB And
Power Supply PCB Assemblies Attached
(Input PCB Assembly Removed For Clarity)
Figure 3-6. Normal State Relay Jumper Location.
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Using Figure 3-7 as a reference, make relay
output connections as follows:
1)
Strip wire insulation back approximately
0.250" (seven millimeters) to ensure the bare
wire will make good contact with the Insulated
Pin Lug terminals and will not be exposed
beyond the pin insulator.
2)
Crimp Pin Lug terminals to the wire using
Panaduit CT 570 or equivalent.
3)
Connect the wiring to the appropriate
relay output terminals.
Advantage Series (TBX5) Sensor Wiring
Instrument connections for the sensor wiring
are located next to the signal connections.
Sensor wiring should be run in shielded
conduit, or similar, for protection from
environmental influences.
Do not allow the
wires to become wet.
The wiring should not
lay on the ground or over any other equipment.
Ensure cables are not abraded, pinched or bent
during the installation process or during
normal operation.
The sensor cable has seven leads with pin
terminals that must be connected to the
terminal block in the rear cavity of the
TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer. The seven
leads are color coded and have the following
functions and connections:
Terminal Block
Location
Sensor Color
Code
Function
TB2-1
Blue
Sense
TB2-2
Yellow
Guard
TB2-3
Black
Reference
TB2-4
Green
Solution Ground
TB2-5
Red
RTD
TB2-6
White
RTD
TB2-7
Hvy Grn
Shield
TB2-8
N/A
N/A
Remove the protective insulator from the Black
lead before installing it into the analyzer’s
terminal block.
The insulator has been
provided to prevent shorting of the sensor
half-cell.
Shorting of this conductor will
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permanently damage the sensor.
REAR VIEW
SENSOR CABLE TO
BE SEALED IN
PROCESS
RECORDER
2175 LOCKHEED WAY
CARSON CITY, NV 89706
SENSOR CONNECTIONS
TB2
1(+)
1(-)
2(+)
2(-)
BLUE
YELLOW
BLACK
GREEN
RED
WHITE
HVY GRN
1 SENSE
2 GUARD
3
REF
4 SOL GND
5
RTD
6
RTD
7 SHIELD
8
1
1
2
2
3
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
ANNUNCIATOR
TB1
LINE
(L1)
NEUTRAL (L2)
CHASSIS GROUND
EXTERNAL
GROUND
TERMINAL
CONTROL
DEVICE
POWER/OUTPUT
CONNECTIONS
TB3
LINE
NEUTRAL
EARTH
1
2
3
ANNUNCIATOR
ANNUNCIATOR
INPUT
POWER
INTERNAL GROUND
TERMINALS
Figure 3-7. Instrument Wiring Diagram.
Non-Advantage Series (TB5) Sensor Wiring
For standard and Next Step ABB sensors (i.e.,
TB5), a pin terminal option is available for
installation to a TB84PH Advantage Series
analyzer.
Though this cable option is
recommended when using a non-Advantage Series
sensor, stocking preferences may tend towards
the use of one common sensor. If this sensor
type requires a BNC connector to mate with
existing
instrumentation,
a
BNC
Adapter
(included with all TB84PH Advantage Series
analyzers) provides such a connection.
When using the pin terminal sensor cable
option (i.e., the T[][] nomenclature option
where [][] represents the cable length),
connect color coded leads to the analyzer’s
terminal block as follows:
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Terminal Block
Location
Sensor Color
Code
Function
TB2-1
Blue
Sense
TB2-2
N/A
Guard
TB2-3
Black
Reference
TB2-4
N/A
Solution Ground
TB2-5
Red (If
Applicable)*
RTD
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TB2-6
White (If
Applicable)*
RTD
TB2-7
N/A
Shield
TB2-8
N/A
N/A
*
Note: Red and White conductors will only be present if
a temperature compensator is being using.
Since pH/ORP/pION sensor cables generally
contain a low-noise conductive layer within
the coax, complete removal of this layer is
extremely important to ensure correct sensor
operation.
Additionally, most conductors
within the sensor cable are small and are not
recommended to be used directly in the TB84PH
Advantage Series’ terminal blocks; therefore,
the BNC Adapter (p/n 4TB9515-0164 or 4TB95150166) is recommended over removing the BNC and
stripping
back
each
of
the
individual
conductors.
Using Figure 3-8 as a reference, install the
BNC Adapter and connect the BNC-type sensor as
follows:
1) Remove the earth ground screw and hardware
located below the SENSOR CONNECTIONS terminal
block.
2) Slide the earth ground screw (and remaining
hardware if desired) through the screw hole on
the BNC Adapter so that the adapter’s leads
and female BNC are pointing upwards.
3) Mount the BNC Adapter to the available
threaded earth ground hole.
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4) Connect the BNC Adapter pin terminals to
the corresponding SENSOR CONNECTIONS terminal
block locations via the conductor color
coding.
Note: If the sensor does not have a female
connector for the Temperature Compensator
(TC), connect the leads from the sensor
directly to the terminal block locations TB2-5
and TB2-6 (i.e., Red and White). For sensors
without TC, leave TB2-5 and TB2-6 open.
Figure 3-8.
BNC Adapter Installation and Wiring Diagram
5) Connect the male BNC from the sensor to the
female BNC from the BNC Adapter and the female
TC connector from the sensor to the male TC
connector from the BNC Adapter.
6) Slide the protective boot over the BNC
connection to prevent any possible shorting to
earth surfaces.
Note, if the BNC surface is in contact with a
earth ground surface, a ground loop through
the sensor may occur and could result in poor
sensor performance and shortened sensor life.
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GROUNDING
The customer and/or wiring contractor is
responsible to ensure that the analyzer,
associated control or test equipment, and all
exposed conductive materials are properly
grounded. Grounding procedures should be in
accordance with local regulations such as the
National Electrical Code (NEC), Canadian
Electrical
Code
(CEC),
or
equivalent.
Equipment installation must not pose a hazard,
including under fault conditions, to operation
and service personnel.
Signal wiring should be grounded at any one
point in the signal loop or may be ungrounded
(floating) if electrical noise is minimal.
The analyzer enclosure must be grounded to an
earth ground having less than 0.2 ohms of
resistance.
Internal and external earth
ground terminals are provided and shown in
Figure 3-7.
Notes:
1. Because of the prevailing differences in soil
conditions
and
in
acceptable
grounding
practices
throughout the world, the scope of this product
instruction does not intended to be used to describe
grounding electrode systems. The customer is responsible
to ensure a grounding electrode system is acceptable to
the local building and wiring codes.
2. Using the structural metal frame of a building as the
required equipment grounding conductor for the analyzer is
not advised.
OTHER EQUIPMENT INTERFACE
The TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer provides
two
isolated
current
outputs
that
are
proportional to the process variable(s).
Since the analyzer output is isolated, each
current loop may have a maximum of one nonisolated device within its circuit.
The
maximum load on the each current loop must not
exceed the specification listed in Table 3-1,
Specifications.
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INSTRUMENT ROTATION
The TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer has four
pairs of threaded mounting holes in enclosure.
Since these holes are located at the corners
of the instrument, the TB84PH Advantage Series
analyzer can be positioned in any of the four
positions as demonstrated in Figure 3-9.
90 ROTATION
NO ROTATION
270 ROTATION
Figure 3-9.
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180 ROTATION
Mounting Rotation (Pipe Mount Shown)
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SECTION 4 - OPERATING PROCEDURES
INTRODUCTION
The TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer has seven
main operating modes: Measure, Calibration,
Output/Hold,
Configuration,
Security,
secondary Display, and Setpoint/Tune. Within
each
mode,
several
programming
states
containing functions specific to the related
mode are available.
The TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer is
equipped with a built-in user interface
through which all analyzer functions are
programmed or monitored. In order to maximize
the viewing area and minimize the space needed
for the keypad, the interface is based on a
custom LCD that contains a group of two or
more icons for each button on the four button
keypad.
Each icon represent a key function
that is energized when that function is
required (patent-pending).
Two display regions in the custom LCD handle
the majority of instrument functions. These
regions include a primary display area for the
process variable (e.g., pH) and a secondary
display area for programming text prompts or
auxiliary information.
In addition to the user-friendly interface,
the TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer is
equipped with a group of icons that alerts the
user
to
an
existing
FAULT
condition,
diagnostic
SPIKE
output,
output
HOLD
condition, or activated RELAY.
These icons
are located at the top of the LCD and are only
energized when the specified condition is
detected. FAULT conditions are shown in the
secondary display using the FAULT INFO key
when the instrument is in the Measure Mode of
Operation.
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OPERATOR INTERFACE CONTROLS REVIEW
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
The LCD contains nine regions that provide the
user with information on the process variable,
engineering units, mode of operation, output
hold
condition,
fault
indication,
relay
activation,
secondary
variable,
and
key
function assignments.
Figure 4-1 shows a
fully energized LCD, Smart Keys, and mode
text.
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
O
O
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
Figure 4-1. Fully Energized Display And
Supporting Information.
The top set of icons informs the user of an
abnormal operating condition such as a output
HOLD condition, FAULT condition, diagnostic
SPIKE output, or RELAY activation.
These
icons are only energized when such a condition
is detected and are active in all modes of
operation.
For the mode of operation indicators (shown as
right arrows grouped next to the mode text),
only one indicator will be lit and will
indicate the current mode of operation of the
analyzer. As a user moves from one mode to
the next, the appropriate indicator will
energize.
The mode of operation indicators
are active in all modes of operation.
The process variable is displayed in the three
and one-half digit, seven segment region.
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This display region is supported by the
engineering unit region.
These regions are
active in all modes of operation; however, in
some programming states, the process variable
region will be used for data entry and the
engineering unit region will reflect the data
unit.
The secondary variable is displayed in the
six-character, fourteen segment region. This
display
region
is
used
for
displaying
secondary information and fault information in
the Measure Mode of Operation and textual
prompting in all other modes of operation.
Due to the limited number of characters for
this display region, much of the prompting
takes the form of text abbreviations (see
Appendix B for a list of abbreviations.) This
region is active in all modes of operation.
The Smart Key assignments are grouped into
four sets of icons, each group directly
positioned above one of the four keys. These
icons are textual representations of the
function for the associated key.
Only one
assignment will be energized per Smart Key at
any given time.
Multi-Function Smart Keys
A five-button, tactile keypad is located on
the front panel of the instrument.
Four of
the gray buttons are embossed to easily show
their location.
A fifth, hidden button
located at the top of the NT in the text
ADVANTAGE has been included to provide access
to functions that are infrequently used.
The four embossed keys are called Smart Keys
since their functions are dependent on the
mode and/or state of the instrument.
Since
these four keys do not have a preassigned
function, icons are energized over the key to
indicate its function.
If a Smart Key does
not have an icon energized above its location,
this Smart Key does not have a function and
will not initiate an action when pressed.
Using this Smart Key method, a smaller number
of keys can be used without complicating
instrument functionality.
Table 4-1. Smart Key Definition of Operation
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given in Table 4-1.
MODES OF OPERATION
The Measure Mode is the normal operating mode
of the TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer and is
the default mode upon power-up. The Measure
Mode is the starting point for entry into
other modes of operation. Each mode contains
a unique set of analyzer functions or states.
These modes and their related functions are
listed in Table 4-2.
Table 4-2.
MODE
Measure
Calibrate
Out/Hold
Configure
Security
Display
SPT/Tune
Mode of Operation Definitions
FUNCTION
Used to display the process
and secondary variables - the
normal operating mode for the
analyzer.
Used to calibrate input and
analog output functions.
Used for on-line tuning of
analog output parameters or
to manually set the analyzer
analog outputs, for example,
during maintenance.
Used to configure analyzer
functions such as temperature
compensation,
temperature
sensor type, and measurement
electrode type.
Used
to
enter
password
protection for the Calibrate,
Out/Hold,
Configure,
and
Setpoint/Tune
Modes
of
Operation.
Used to select the variable
that will be shown in the
secondary display region when
the
analyzer
is
in
the
Measure Mode of Operation.
Used for on-line tuning of
relay output parameters.
HOLD ICON
The Hold icon energizes when a hold condition
is active. Outputs can be either manually or
automatically held.
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Manual activation is accessible in the
Output/Hold Mode of Operation. In this mode,
the Hold State permits the output to be held
at the current level and/or state or at a
level and/or state manually set by the user.
Automatic activation occurs during a Two-Point
Process Variable Calibration and Cleaner
activation.
For the Two-Point Process
Variable
Calibration,
the
analyzer
will
automatically hold all outputs at the current
levels and states. Upon completing the twopoint calibration, the TB84PH Advantage Series
analyzer will query the user to either release
or maintain the hold condition.
For a relay output configured as a Cleaner, a
user has the option to enable an automatic
hold condition using the levels and states
capture
directly
before
initiating
the
cleaning operation. The hold condition only
occurs during the relay on and recovery times
and can be separately set for the analog and
relay outputs. If desired, the relay outputs
can be disabled instead of held during a
cleaning cycle.
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FAULT ICON
The Fault icon energizes when a fault
condition has been detected by the TB84PH
Advantage Series analyzer. Fault conditions
include all problem and error detection as
outlined in Section 13, Diagnostics.
SPIKE ICON
The Spike Output function modulates Analog
Output
One
from
the
normal
level
representative of the process variable to a
value configured as a set percentage of output
current.
When the TB84PH Advantage Series
analyzer has detected a fault condition and
the Spike Output function has been enabled,
Analog Output One will begin to modulate and
the Spike icon will energize.
For more
information
on
Spike
Output
and
Fault
conditions, see Section 13, Diagnostics.
RELAY ICONS
The Relay icons are composed of three
individual icons.
Each icon represents the
specified relay (i.e., Relay One, Relay Two,
and Relay Three.) When a relay change state
from its normal state to an energize state,
the corresponding Relay icon also energizes.
Since the normal state of each relay can be
set by a switch, the relay icon will only
inform the user of a state change and not
whether the relay has closed or opened.
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Typically, this region will be used for
displaying the process temperature in degrees
Celsius; however, it can be changed to display
the process temperature in degrees Fahrenheit,
output current in milliamperes (i.e., mA) for
each
analog
output
(shown
separately),
reference impedance in kohms, sensor output in
millivolts (i.e., mV), and firmware revision.
See Section 10, Secondary Display, for more
information.
FAULT INFORMATION Smart Key
Fault information can only be accessed from
the
Measure
Mode
of
Operation
and is
interrogated using the FAULT Info Smart Key.
A fault condition causes the FAULT icon to
blink and the FAULT Info Smart Key to appear.
These indicators will be energized as long as
the fault condition is present.
When pressing the FAULT Info Smart Key, the
first fault condition will be shown in the
secondary display.
A short text string
followed
by
the
fault
code
will
be
sequentially shown. Depressing the FAULT Info
Smart Key progressively moves from one fault
to the next until all faults have been shown.
Once all faults have been interrogated, the
FAULT icon will no longer blink and remains
energized until all fault conditions have been
removed.
If a new fault condition is
detected, the FAULT icon will begin to blink
to inform the user of the newly detected
condition.
For more information on fault
conditions
and
codes,
see
Section
13,
Diagnostics.
SPT Smart Key
The SPT or Setpoint Smart Key provides a
short-cut directly to the SPT/TUNE Mode of
Operation.
This short-cut provides quick
access to tunable relay parameters.
MENU Smart Key
The MENU Smart Key provides access to all
other modes of operation.
By pressing the
MENU Smart Key, the analyzer moves from one
mode of operation to the next.
Visual
feedback is provided in two manners: the mode
indication arrow moves to the next mode of
operation(e.g., Calibrate) and the secondary
display shows the text string representative
of that mode (e.g., CALIBR). Access into the
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displayed mode of operation is achieved by
using the SELECT Smart Key.
An escape
function to the Measure Mode of Operation is
provided using the Exit to MEASURE Smart Key.
As seen by the detailed screen flow diagram
shown in Figure 5-1, pressing the MENU Smart
Key when in the Measure Mode moves the user to
the Calibrate Mode.
Once in the Calibrate
Mode, pressing the Exit to MEASURE Smart Key
returns the analyzer back to the Measure Mode,
pressing the SELECT Smart Key moves the
analyzer
into
the
Calibrate
States
of
Operation, and pressing the MENU Smart Key
moves the analyzer to the Output/Hold Mode of
Operation.
Use Figure 5-1 to identify the
Smart Key assignments and the resulting
action.
Since each mode of operation contains many
operation states used to set or tune the
TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer functions,
the following sections of this product
instruction
manual
contain
detailed
descriptions of each mode of operation.
Screen flow diagrams showing the programming
text prompts, Smart Key assignment, and the
resulting action for each Smart Key are also
included. Refer to Appendix B for programming
text string definitions and a programming
function tree showing the relationship of all
modes and states of operation.
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First numeric field is the Primary Display.
Second alpha-numeric field is the Secondary
Display.
MEASURE
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
23 OC
7.02
CONFIG
MEASURE
MENU
SELECT
CONFIG
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
SECUR
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
CALIBR
MEASURE
MENU
HIDDEN
Hidden "5th key".
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
SELECT
MENU
CALIBR
MEASURE
SELECT
MENU
SECUR
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
SEC.DSP
MEASURE
SELECT
MENU
SECDSP
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
OUTPUT
MEASURE
SELECT
7.02
SPT.TUN
MEASURE
MENU
OUTHLD
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
SELECT
MENU
SETPTS
Figure 5-1. Screen Flow Diagram For Mode of
Operation.
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SECTION 6 - CALIBRATE MODE
INTRODUCTION
The Calibrate Mode of Operation provides the
ability to calibrate the sensor input,
temperature input, and analyzer outputs.
These functions (i.e., Calibrate States of
Operation)
include
process
variable,
temperature,
edit,
reset,
and
output
calibration.
CALIBRATE STATES OF OPERATION
The Calibrate Mode consists of six states of
operation. Table 6-1 describes the function
of each state of operation.
Table 6-1.
State
Calibrate States
Function
PH.CAL
ORP.CAL
ION.CAL
Used to calibrate the input from
the process sensor using a onepoint
offset
or
two-point
offset/efficiency calibration.
TMP.CAL
Used to calibrate the input from
the temperature sensor using a
one-point smart calibration that
adjusts the offset, slope, or both
based
on
sensor
calibration
history.
EDT.CAL
Used
to
process
efficiency
offset and
RST.CAL
Used to restore calibration values
for the process variable and
temperature
back
to
factory
settings.
AO1.CAL
Used to calibrate Analog Output
One.
Requires
an
external
validation device.
manually
adjust
the
sensor
offset
and
and temperature sensor
slope values.
AO2.CAL
Used to calibrate Analog Output
Two.
Requires
an
external
validation device.
When in the Calibrate Mode, the NEXT Smart Key
provides access to all Calibrate States.
Pressing the NEXT Smart Key sequentially moves
the user through each Calibrate State. This
cycle repeats until a Calibrate State is
selected using the SELECT Smart Key, or the
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escape function is chosen using the Exit To
MEASURE Smart Key. Use Figure 6-1 to identify
the Smart Key assignments and the resulting
action.
CALIBR
No password
protect for CAL.
PH_CAL
RETURN
PASSWD
RST.CAL
RETURN
Use ORP.CAL or ION.CAL
when configured for such.
7.02
pH
PH CAL
MEASURE
SELECT
pH
TMP.CAL
MEASURE
SELECT
pH
RST.CAL
MEASURE
NEXT
7.02
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
SELECT
NEXT
PH_CAL
RST.CAL
TMP.CAL
RETURN
AO1.CAL
RETURN
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
AO1.CAL
MEASURE
NEXT
SELECT
pH
EDT.CAL
MEASURE
SELECT
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
TMP.CAL
AO1.CAL
EDT.CAL
A02.CAL
RETURN
RETURN
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
AO2.CAL
MEASURE
NEXT
pH
EDT.CAL
SELECT
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
AO2.CAL
MEASURE
Figure 6-1. Screen Flow Diagram For Calibrate
States of Operation.
The following subsections contain detailed
descriptions of each Calibrate State of
Operation.
Process Sensor Calibrate State
The Process Sensor Calibrate State contains
two calibration procedures:
1)
2)
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PH_CAL
MEASURE
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
1PT.CAL
MEASURE
SELECT
7.02
NEW.VAL
MEASURE
NEXT
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
ENTER
2PT.CAL
RETURN
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
2PT.CAL
MEASURE
SELECT
NEXT
2PT.CAL
7.02
YES
DSP.DAT
If calibration fails, display "BAD.CAL"
and return to "1PT.CAL" screen.
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
STABL?
MEASURE
If calibration succeeds,
display slope and offset
NO
PH_CAL
RETURN
Figure 6-2. Screen Flow Diagram For Process
Sensor Calibrate State of Operation.
As with the other states of operation, the two
calibration procedures can be toggled by using
the NEXT Smart Key, selected by using the
SELECT Smart Key, and escaped by using the
Exit To MEASURE Smart Key.
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Use Figure 6-2 to identify the Smart
assignments and the resulting action.
Key
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6-3
One-Point Calibrate State
Due to variations in ionic strength between
the sensor reference and process liquid,
improved
accuracy
can
be
realized
by
conducting a one-point calibration with the
sensor in its final location. Typically, the
analyzer is verified against an external
validation device using a grab sample.
The
One-Point Calibrate State conducts an offset
adjustment on the sensor input.
Conduct a One-Point Calibration using Figure
6-2
as
a
reference
and
the
following
procedure:
1)
Select the 1PT.CAL in the Process Sensor
Calibrate State of Operation using the
SELECT Key.
2)
Verify the process variable value using
an external instrument having the same
type of temperature compensation and a
grab sample.
3)
Confirm the TB84PH Advantage Series
analyzer displayed reading is STABL?
(i.e., stable) using either the YES or NO
Key.
If the NO Key is pressed, the
analyzer will return to the Process
Sensor Calibrate State. For an unstable
condition, conduct one or more of the
following steps:
a)
b)
c)
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Wait
until
process
liquid
composition stabilizes,
Check
to
see
if
the
TB84
Advantage Series analyzer has
detected a Fault condition by
looking for the Fault icon on the
LCD.
Interrogate the fault by
escaping to the Measure Mode
using the Exit to MEASURE Key and
the FAULT Info Key in that order.
See Section 14, Troubleshooting.
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6-4
4)
If the reading was stable, enter the NEW
VAL (i.e., new process variable) that
reflects the difference between the grab
sample value and the indicated value when
the grab sample was taken (i.e., Current
TB84PH Indication + [Grab Sample Value TB84PH Indication at the time the grab
sample was taken]).
Use the
Key to
increment the digit value and the
Key
to move to the next digit.
Press the
ENTER Key to enter the new value.
Invalid calibration values will generate the
text string BAD.CAL, and the calibration value
will not be accepted.
If the new value is
valid, the Efficiency (i.e., slope value shown
as a percentage of theoretical) will be shown.
Pressing the NEXT Smart Key displays the
Offset value.
At this point, the user can
return to the Process Sensor Calibrate State
by pressing the NEXT Smart Key or to the
Measure Mode by pressing the Exit To MEASURE
Smart Key.
Note: If a Hold condition is present, the TB84PH
Advantage Series analyzer inquires if this
condition should be released.
For more information on sensor calibration
techniques and troubleshooting, refer to TP902.
Two-Point Calibrate State
The Two-Point Calibrate State conducts offset
and slope adjustments on the sensor input to
determine its response characteristics. This
calibration is typically conducted before
installation into its final location and
periodically during the life of the sensor
when the response of the sensor begins to
decrease.
This calibration procedure uses
buffers or standards depending on the type of
sensor (e.g., pH versus pION, respectively).
When conducting a Two-Point Calibration, the
TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer initiates an
automatic Hold All condition. The Hold icon
will begin to flash, and the Hold All
condition will remain active until the
calibration is complete.
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Notes: 1) Retain previously entered buffer values.
2) Flash HOLD icon and hold output at
value when 2ptcal. is entered.
2PT.CAL
HOLD
HOLD
023
O
TMP
MEASURE
11.00
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
C
HI VAL
MEASURE
ENTER
HOLD
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
STABL?
MEASURE
ENTER
YES
NO
If calibration succeeds,
display slope and offset
HOLD
4.02
11.20
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
LO VAL
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
STABL?
MEASURE
ENTER
HOLD
4.00
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
YES
If calibration fails,
display "BAD.CAL"
and return to
"2PT.CAL" screen.
NO
DSP.DAT
2PT.CAL
RETURN
MEASURE
Figure 6-3. Screen Flow Diagram For Two-Point
Process Calibration.
Conduct a Two-Point Calibration using Figure
6-3
as
a
reference
and
the
following
procedure:
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1)
Prepare the Buffer Solutions.
2)
Select the 2PT.CAL in the Process Sensor
Calibrate State of Operation using the
SELECT Key.
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3)
Remove the sensor from the process piping
if required.
4)
Enter the TMPoC (i.e, temperature in
degrees Celsius) of the buffer or
standard solution using the
Key to
increment the blinking digit and the
Key to move to the next digit. Press the
ENTER Key to enter the new value.
5)
Enter the LO VAL (i.e., low buffer or
standard value) using the
Key to
increment the blinking digit and the
Key to move to the next digit. Press the
ENTER Key to enter the new value.
6)
Place the sensor in the low buffer or
standard solution and stir the solution
with the sensor in a slow, circular
motion.
7)
Once the reading is stable, confirm by
using either the YES or NO Key at the
STABL? (i.e., stable) text prompt.
8)
Enter the HI VAL (i.e., high buffer or
standard value) using the
Key to
increment the blinking digit and the
Key to move to the next digit. Press the
ENTER Key to enter the new value.
9)
Remove the sensor from the low buffer or
standard solution, rinse the sensor, and
place the sensor in the high buffer or
standard solution and stir the solution
with the sensor in a slow, circular
motion.
10)
Once the reading is stable, confirm by
using the YES or NO Key at the STABL?
(i.e., stable) text prompt.
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Invalid calibration values will generate the
text string BAD.CAL, and the calibration value
will not be accepted.
If the values are
valid, the Efficiency (i.e., slope value shown
as a percentage of theoretical) will be shown.
Pressing the NEXT Smart Key displays the
Offset value.
At this point, the user can
return to the Process Sensor Calibrate State
by pressing the NEXT Smart Key or to the
Measure Mode by pressing the Exit To MEASURE
Smart Key.
Note: If a Hold condition is present, the TB84PH
Advantage Series analyzer inquires if this
condition should be released.
For more information on sensor calibration
techniques and troubleshooting, refer to TP902.
Temperature Calibrate State
The Temperature Calibrate State is a smart
calibration routine that allows for both
single- and dual-point calibration.
By
calibrating the temperature
at
two
points
which are at least 20oC apart, the TB84PH
Advantage
Series
analyzer
automatically
adjusts the offset and/or slope. Since this
routine only uses the most recent calibration
data, calibrations can be conducted throughout
the
sensor’s
life
to
ensure
accurate
measurement of the temperature sensing device.
If an incorrect calibration has been entered,
the Reset Calibrate State can restore the
calibration to factory settings.
See Reset
Calibrate State in this section.
Note: The Reset Calibrate State will reset all
calibration values including the process sensor;
therefore, the process sensor will require
calibration
after
performing
the
Reset
Calibration procedure.
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TMPCAL
MEASURE
Toggle between degrees C and degrees F.
Show last selected units.
oC
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
UNITS
MEASURE
ENTER
023
O
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
C
STABL?
MEASURE
YES
023
O
NO
C
NEW.VAL
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
If calibration succeeds, store
data and return to "TMP.CAL"
TMP.CAL
RETURN
If calibration fails, display "BAD.CAL"
and do not save data.
Figure
6-4.
Screen
Flow
Diagram
For
Temperature Calibrate State of Operation.
Conduct a Temperature Calibration using Figure
6-3 and the following procedure:
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1)
Before installing the sensor into its
final installed location, allow the
sensor to reach ambient temperature.
2)
Select the Temperature Calibrate State of
Operation using the SELECT Key.
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3)
Set the engineering unit by pressing the
Key to toggle the unito between oC (i.e.,
degrees Celsius) or F (i.e., degrees
Fahrenheit), and press the ENTER Key to
use the displayed engineering unit.
4)
Confirm the displayed reading is STABL?
(i.e., stable) using either the YES or NO
Key.
If the NO Key is pressed, the
TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer will
return to the Temperature Calibrate
State.
For an unstable condition,
conduct one or more of the following
steps:
a)
b)
c)
Wait
until
the
temperature
stabilizes,
Check to see if the TB84PH
Advantage Series analyzer has
detected a Fault condition by
looking for the Fault icon on the
LCD.
Interrogate the fault by
escaping to the Measure Mode
through the Exit to MEASURE Key
and the FAULT Info Key in that
order.
See Section 14, Troubleshooting.
5)
If the reading was stable, enter the
temperature as the NEW VAL (i.e., new
temperature value) using the
Key to
increment the blinking digit and the
Key to move to the next digit. Press the
ENTER Key to enter the new value.
6)
Repeat steps 1 through 5 once the sensor
has been mounted in its final installed
location; however, use the process fluid
temperature as the NEW VAL.
Edit Calibrate State
The Edit Calibrate State allows a user to
manually adjust the sensor and temperature
slope and offset values. Though this function
may not be suitable for many applications,
this Calibrate State facilitates quick and
easy access to these calibration values for
troubleshooting purposes.
Conduct
an
Edit
Calibration
following procedure.
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using
the
1)
Select the Edit Calibrate State
Operation using the SELECT Key.
2)
Edit the sensor PV SLP (i.e., efficiency)
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of
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value using the
Key to increment the
blinking digit and the
Key to move to
the next digit. Press the ENTER Key to
enter the new value or to proceed to the
sensor offset value. Press the Exit To
MEASURE Key to escape to the Measure
Mode. Valid slope values range from 40
to 150%.
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3)
Edit the sensor PV OFF (i.e., offset)
value using the
Key to increment the
blinking digit and the
Key to move to
the next digit. Press the ENTER Key to
enter the new value or to proceed to the
temperature slope value. Press the Exit
To MEASURE Key to escape to the Measure
Mode. Valid offset values range from
-1000 to +1000 millivolts.
4)
Edit the temperature TMP.SLP value using
the
Key to increment the blinking
digit and the
Key to move to the next
digit. Press the ENTER Key to enter the
new
value
or
to
proceed
to
the
temperature offset value. Press the Exit
To MEASURE Key to escape to the Measure
Mode. Valid slope values range from 0.2
to 1.5.
5)
Edit the temperature TMP.OFF value using
the
Key to increment the blinking
digit and the
Key to move to the next
digit. Press the ENTER Key to enter the
new value or to proceed to the Edit
Calibrate State.
Press the Exit To
MEASURE Key to escape to the Measure
Mode. o Valid offset values range from -40
to +40 C.
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Reset Calibrate State
The Reset Calibrate State sets all calibration
data (i.e., sensor and temperature) to factory
values. This state purges calibration history
and should be initiated before calibrating a
new sensor.
When interrogating the calibration values
after a reset has been performed, the slope
and offset values for both the sensor and
temperature will
be set to 100%/1.000 and 000
millivolts/000oC, respectively.
Conduct
a
Reset
Calibration
following procedure.
using
the
1)
Select the Reset Calibrate State
Operation using the SELECT Key.
of
2)
Confirm or refuse the RESET? operation
using
either
the
YES
or
NO
Key,
respectively.
Note: The Reset Calibration State will reset all
calibration values; therefore, the process
sensor and temperature sensor will require
calibration
after
performing
the
Reset
Calibration procedure.
Analog Output One Calibrate State
The Analog Output One Calibrate State trims
the
output
signal
to
maintain
precise
transmission of the process variable to the
final monitoring system.
Though the TB84PH
Advantage Series analyzer output current is
factory calibrated, the output can be trimmed
to compensate for other Input/Output devices.
Conduct an Output Calibration
following procedure.
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using
the
1)
Select the Output Calibrate State
Operation using the SELECT Key.
2)
Use the
or
decrease the 0 or
signal. Press the
new value or to
milliampere output
3)
Use the
or
Keys to increase or
decrease
the
20
milliampere
output
signal. Press the ENTER Key to enter the
new value or to proceed to the Output
Calibrate State.
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of
Keys to increase or
4 milliampere output
ENTER Key to enter the
proceed to the 20
level.
6-12
Note: If the output level has been adjusted and
the adjusted level has been entered using the
Enter Key, this adjusted value will be
permanently
stored.
To
rectify
a
bad
calibration, the output calibration procedure
must be repeated.
Analog Output Two Calibrate State
The Analog Output Two Calibrate State trims
the
output
signal
to
maintain
precise
transmission of the process variable to the
final monitoring system.
Though the TB84PH
Advantage Series analyzer output current is
factory calibrated, the output can be trimmed
to compensate for other Input/Output devices.
Conduct an Output Calibration
following procedure.
using
the
1)
Select the Output Calibrate State
Operation using the SELECT Key.
of
2)
Use the
or
decrease the 0 or
signal. Press the
new value or to
milliampere output
3)
Use the
or
Keys to increase or
decrease
the
20
milliampere
output
signal. Press the ENTER Key to enter the
new value or to proceed to the Output
Calibrate State.
Keys to increase or
4 milliampere output
ENTER Key to enter the
proceed to the 20
level.
Note: If the output level has been adjusted and
the adjusted level has been entered using the
Enter Key, this adjusted value will be
permanently
stored.
To
rectify
a
bad
calibration, the output calibration procedure
must be repeated.
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6-14
SECTION 7 - OUTPUT/HOLD MODE
INTRODUCTION
The Output/Hold Mode of Operation provides the
ability to set the outputs to fixed levels
and/or states, change the output ranges, damp
the output signals, or disable the diagnostic
spike.
OUTPUT/HOLD STATES OF OPERATION
The Output/Hold Mode consists of six states of
operation. Table 7-1 describes the function
of each state of operation.
Table 7-1.
Output/Hold States
State
Function
HOLD
Used to fix output levels and/or
states to values captured when
the hold was initiated or to
manually entered values, or used
to release an existing output
HOLD state.
AO1.RNG
Used to change Analog Output One
range.
AO2.RNG
Used to change Analog Output Two
range.
DAMPNG
Used to reduce fluctuation in
the displayed values and/or
output signals.
SPIKE
Used to enable or disable the
spike
output
function
if
configured.
In the Output/Hold Mode, the NEXT Smart Key
sequentially moves the user to all other
Output/Hold States. The cycle repeats until
an Output/Hold State is selected using the
SELECT Smart Key or the escape function is
chosen using the Exit To MEASURE Smart Key.
Use
Figure
7-1
to
identify
Smart Key
assignments and the resulting action.
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7-1
OUTHLD
No password
protect for OUT.
PASSWD
7.02
pH
HOLD
MEASURE
SELECT
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
DAMPNG
MEASURE
NEXT
pH
SELECT
NEXT
HOLD
pH
AO1.RNG
MEASURE
SELECT
DAMPNG2
Bypass for BASIC or 0%
Configuration setting.
Bypass for ION.CON
Configurations.
7.02
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
MEASURE
NEXT
pH
AO2.RNG
MEASURE
SELECT
pH
SPIKE
SELECT
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
SPIKE2
AO1.RNG
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
AO2.RNG
MEASURE
Figure
7-1.
Screen
Flow
Diagrams
For
Output/Hold States of Operation.
The following subsections contain detailed
descriptions of each Output/Hold State of
Operation.
Hold/Release Hold Output State
The Hold Output State allows a user to fix the
analog and relay outputs to captured levels
and states or to manually set levels and
states, or to release all previously held
levels or states.
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7-2
MEASURE
HOLD
Any HOLD active
Retain HOLD, FAULT,
and SPIKE in all other
screens while active.
HOLD
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
REL.HLD
MEASURE
YES
NO
Release all HOLDs
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
HLD.ALL
MEASURE
YES
NO
HOLD_A
Hold all outputs at
current value.
Figure 7-2. Screen Flow Diagrams For Hold
State
of Operation.
As seen
by Figure 7-1, an active Hold
condition can be completely removed or
manually altered. If a Hold condition is not
active, the option to Hold All (i.e., HLD.ALL)
is given.
In the latter case, confirmation
of this action using the YES Key causes the
TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer to hold all
analog and relay outputs at the levels and
states captured when confirmation is made.
If a Hold All or Release Hold action in not
confirmed by using the NO Key, each output can
be
independently
held
to
the
capture
level/state or to a manually set level/state.
Figure 7-3 and 7-4 show the programming
prompts, smart key assignments, and resulting
actions.
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HOLD_A
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
HLD.AO1
MEASURE
YES
NO
50.1
%
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
%
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
HLD.LEV
MEASURE
ENTER
If NO and AO1 is
held, release hold.
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
HLD.AO2
MEASURE
YES
NO
50.1
HLD.LEV
MEASURE
ENTER
If NO and AO2 is
held, release hold.
HOLD_D
MEASURE
Figure 7-3. Screen Flow Diagram For Setting
Specific Analog Output Hold Levels.
As seen by Figures 7-3 and 7-4, any single or
combination of analog and relay outputs can be
held to any specified level or state,
respectively.
A
Hold
condition
is
commissioned using the YES Key and declined
using the NO Key. The hold level and/or state
is set using the arrow(s) and Enter Keys.
Initiate a Hold Output condition using Figures
7-2, 7-3, and 7-4 as references and the
following procedure:
1)
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Select the Hold State of Operation using
the SELECT Key.
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7-4
HOLD_D
Toggle relay states ON/OFF
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
HLD.DO1
MEASURE
YES
OFF
STATE
MEASURE
NO
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
If NO and DO1 is
held, release hold.
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
HLD.DO2
MEASURE
YES
NO
ON
STATE
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
If NO and DO2 is
held, release hold.
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
HLD.DO3
MEASURE
YES
NO
OFF
STATE
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
If NO and DO3 is
held, release hold.
MEASURE
Figure 7-4. Screen Flow Diagram For Setting
2)
HoldRelay
all Output
(i.e.,States.
HLD.ALL) outputs by
Specific
pressing the YES Key, or hold specific
outputs using the NO Key. Press the Exit
To MEASURE Key to escape to the Measure
Mode.
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3)
For each output, use the YES Key to hold
the indicated output or the NO Key to
release the indicated output. Press the
Exit To MEASURE Key to escape to the
Measure Mode.
4)
For held analog outputs, set the hold
value using the
Key to increment the
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blinking
the next
to enter
MEASURE
Mode.
5)
digit and the
Key to move to
digit, and press the ENTER Key
the new value. Press the Exit To
Key to escape to the Measure
For held relay outputs, toggle the relay
to the desired state (i.e., OFF or ON)
using the
Key, and press the ENTER Key
to enter the new value. Press the Exit To
MEASURE Key to escape to the Measure
Mode.
Note: If the YES key was used to commission a
hold condition on any output, initiating the
escape function will not affect the commissioned
Hold condition. To release this Hold condition,
the Hold State must be re-enter and the Hold
condition released either by using the YES Key
when
requested
to
release
all
hold
conditions(i.e., REL.HLD) or by removing the
hold
condition
using
the
NO
Key
when
individually setting each output.
If a hold condition(s) already exists and the
user selects the Hold State of Operation, the
TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer will request
whether all hold conditions should be released
(i.e., REL.HLD).
Press the YES Key if all
hold conditions should be released and the NO
Key to edit the existing hold conditions.
Analog Output One Rerange State
The Analog Output One Rerange Output/Hold
State provides the ability to change the
output range of Analog Output One.
One or
both end point values can be changed to any
value or range of values that are within the
specifications listed in Table 1-3.
If
a
non-linear
output
is
configured,
reranging the end point values will affect the
non-linear relationship. Since the non-linear
relationship is set as a percentage input
against a percentage output, changing the end
point values should accompany a review of the
break point relationship.
See Section 8,
Configure Mode, for information on viewing and
modifying the non-linear break points.
Conduct a Rerange of the output values using
the following procedure:
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1)
Select the Rerange State of Operation
using the SELECT Key.
2)
Edit the process variable value for the
zero
or
four
milliampere
point
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(determined
by
the
analyzer’s
configuration) using the
Key to
increment the blinking digit and the
Key to move to the next digit and press
the ENTER Key to enter the new value, or
press the ENTER Key to continue to the 20
milliampere value.
Press the Exit To
MEASURE Key to escape to the Measure
Mode.
3)
Press the ENTER or Exit To MEASURE Key to
escape to the Measure Mode, or edit the
process variable value for the 20
milliampere point using the
Key to
increment the blinking digit and the
Key to move to the next digit and press
the ENTER Key to enter the new value.
Note: If 1)the zero or four milliampere value is
changed, 2)the new value is valid per the
specification in Table 1-3, 3)this change is
accepted using the Enter Key, and 4)the user
escapes to the Measure Mode using the Exit To
Measure Key without adjusting the 20 milliampere
value, the output range will now reflect the
newly entered zero or four milliampere point.
Analog Output Two Rerange State
The Analog Output Two Rerange Output/Hold
State provides the ability to change the
output range of Analog Output Two.
One or
both end point values can be changed to any
value or range of values that are within the
specifications listed in Table 1-3.
Conduct a Rerange of the output values using
the following procedure:
1)
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2)
Edit the process variable value for the
zero
or
four
milliampere
point
(determined
by
the
analyzer’s
configuration) using the
Key to
increment the blinking digit and the
Key to move to the next digit and press
the ENTER Key to enter the new value, or
press the ENTER Key to continue to the 20
milliampere value.
Press the Exit To
MEASURE Key to escape to the Measure
Mode.
3)
Press the ENTER or Exit To MEASURE Key to
escape to the Measure Mode, or edit the
process variable value for the 20
milliampere point using the
Key to
increment the blinking digit and the
Key to move to the next digit and press
the ENTER Key to enter the new value.
Note: If 1)the zero or four milliampere value is
changed, 2)the new value is valid per the
specification in Table 1-3, 3)this change is
accepted using the Enter Key, and 4)the user
escapes to the Measure Mode using the Exit To
Measure Key without adjusting the 20 milliampere
value, the output range will now reflect the
newly entered zero or four milliampere point.
Damping State
The Damping State applies a lag function on
the input signal for Basic configuration or
can apply different lag functions to the
display process variable, Analog Output One,
and
Analog
Output
Two
for
Advanced
configurations. The Damping function reduces
the fluctuations caused by erratic process
conditions. Damping value can be set from 0.0
to 99.9 seconds and represents the time
required to reach 63.2% of a step change.
For Basic configurations, the damping value is
applied to the analyzer’s input signals. In
this case, damping will be applied to the
displayed
process
variables
and
analog
outputs.
For
Advanced
configurations,
different damping values can be applied to
each output element (i.e., the displayed
process variables, Analog Output One, and
Analog Output Two.)
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DAMPNG2
ADVANCED configuration only
BASIC configuration only
0.0
SECS
MEASURE
0.0
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
DSP.SEC
MEASURE
ENTER
ENTER
0.0
AO1.SEC
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
0.0
AO2.SEC
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
MEASURE
Figure
7-5.
Screen
Flow
Diagram
For
Output/Hold Damping State
Apply Damping on the outputs using Figure 7-5
as a reference and the following procedure:
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1)
Select the Damping State of Operation
using the SELECT Key.
2)
Edit the new damping value using the
Key to increment the blinking digit and
the
Key to move to the next digit and
press the ENTER Key to enter the new
value. Press the Exit To MEASURE Key to
escape to the Measure Mode.
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Spike State
The Spike State toggles the operational state
of the spike output function.
The spike
function modulates the current output on
Analog Output One by the amount established in
the analyzer configuration.
See Section 2,
Analyzer Functionality And Operator Interface
Controls, and Section 8, Configure Mode, for
more information.
Toggle the Spike output using the following
procedure:
1)
Select the Spike State of Operation using
the SELECT Key.
2)
Toggle the spike output function to the
desired state (i.e., OFF or ON) using the
Key, and press the ENTER Key to
accept. Press the Exit To MEASURE Key to
escape to the Measure Mode.
Note: Once the Spike State is OFF, changing the
configured spike level in the Configure Mode
will not re-enable the Spike State. The Spike
State can only be turned ON or OFF in the
Output/Hold Mode of Operation.
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SECTION 8 - CONFIGURE MODE
INTRODUCTION
The Configure Mode of Operation establishes
the operating parameters of the TB84PH
Advantage Series analyzer. These parameters
include programming type, analyzer type,
sensor type, temperature compensation type,
analog output ranges, relay output parameters,
damping value(s), diagnostic functionality,
safe mode levels, and spike magnitude (i.e.,
level).
A description of each configuration item and
related parameters will be included. Review
each
of
the
following
sections
before
configuring
the
TB84PH
Advantage
Series
analyzer.
PRECONFIGURATION DATA REQUIRED
Before attempting to configure the TB84PH
Advantage Series analyzer, the following
requirements must be defined.
1.
Analyzer parameters.
2.
Analog Output Range values.
3.
Relay Output function and parameters.
4.
Security requirements.
5.
Sensor Diagnostic functionality.
Use the worksheets found in Appendix C to help
establish the proper settings for any given
application.
Use these sheets during the
configuration entry procedure and retain them
as a historical record for future reference.
CONFIGURE VIEW/MODIFY STATE
Upon
selecting
the
Configure
Mode
of
Operation, a decision point is reached to
Modify or View the configuration of the TB84PH
Advantage Series analyzer.
The Modify
Configure State enables analyzer options to be
set and saved into memory.
In order to
provide the ability to secure the Modify
Configure State yet leave the ability to view
configuration information, the View Configure
State can be entered without using a security
code.
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No NEXT for BASIC
instruments
PASSWD
CONFIG
No password
protect for config.
Last Selected
7.02
pH
MODIFY
MEASURE
SELECT
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
BASIC
MEASURE
NEXT
ENTER
NEXT
TOPLEV
7.02
pH
VIEW
MEASURE
SELECT
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
ADVNCD
MEASURE
NEXT
ENTER
NEXT
TOPLEV
SAMPLE
NOTE: When exiting the configuration/modify environment and one or more configuration items have been changed,
a save screen will be shown as illustrated below.
CONFIG
EXIT
If No Configuration changes
Were Made.
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
SAVE?
MEASURE
MEASURE
Does Not Save
Changes
YES
NO
Saves Changes
MEASURE
Figure
8-1.
Screen
Flow
Diagram
For
Modify/View
and
Basic/Advanced
Configure
States
As seenofinOperation.
Figure 8-1, the TB84PH Advantage
Series analyzer queries if the user would like
to Modify the configuration. Pressing the YES
Smart Key moves the user into the Modify
Configure State, pressing the NO Smart Key
moves the user to the View configuration
query, and pressing the Exit To MEASURE Smart
Key escapes to the Measure Mode.
If a configuration requires modification and
the user is in the View Configure State,
access to the Modify Configure State is
provided through a HotKey function.
The
HotKey links the View Configure State to the
Modify Configured State using the ENTER Smart
Key.
For example, the TMP.SNS (i.e.,
temperature sensor) in the View Configure
State can be modified from PT 100 to None by
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pressing the ENTER Smart Key when viewing the
PT 100 option. An intermediate confirmation
screen will query the user on their desire to
modify this option using the YES and NO Smart
Keys. If the Modify Configure State has been
secured, the security code will be requested.
Upon entering the correct code or if the
Modify Configure State has not been secured,
the TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer will go
directly to TMP.SNS Modify Configure State and
allow the user to change the temperature
sensor type.
After completing the change,
pressing Exit To MEASURE Smart Key moves the
user to the configuration SAVE? State.
Pressing the YES Smart Key saves the new
temperature sensor option and returns the
analyzer to the Measure Mode.
BASIC/ADVANCED PROGRAMMING MODE
The
Configure
Mode
is
split
into
two
programming groups: Basic and Advanced. These
two options are specified by nomenclature and
control the number of configuration options
available in the Modify Configure State.
The Basic Programming Mode contains a subset
of configuration options found in the Advanced
mode. Separation into two programming groups
is advantageous when limited functionality is
desired. Fewer options reduces confusion and
the possibility of configuration errors.
When Advanced programming is ordered, the
programming toggle (i.e., Basic/Advanced) must
be set in two locations: the User State in the
Utility Mode and the Modify Configure State in
the Configure Mode. In order to select either
the Basic or Advanced Programming Mode in the
Modify Configure State, the Programming Mode
must be set to Advanced in the User State.
See Section 11, Utility Mode, for more
information
on
setting
the
User
State
programming mode to Advanced.
When in the Configure Mode and Advanced
programming has been set in the User State,
the TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer queries
if the user would like Basic programming.
Pressing the ENTER Smart Key moves the user to
the Modify Configure States, pressing the NEXT
Smart Key moves the user to the Advanced
programming query, and pressing the Exit To
MEASURE Smart Key escapes to the Measure Mode.
To set the analyzer to Advanced programming,
the user presses the ENTER Smart Key when
queried to set the programming to Advanced.
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See Figure 8-1 for the corresponding screen
flows.
MODIFY CONFIGURE STATES OF OPERATION
Since the View Configure State only displays
the configured options,
the following
sections will strictly focus on each Modify
Configure State and the available options for
these states.
The Modify Configure State contains all the
available
settings
that
establishes the
functionality of the TB84PH Advantage Series
analyzer. Upon receipt of the analyzer, the
default
configuration
(unless
otherwise
specified by the customer when ordering the
TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer) will be used
once the analyzer has been powered. See the
Preface or Appendix C for the default
configuration settings.
Before
installing
the
analyzer,
the
configuration should be modified to reflect
the final installed application. The Modify
Configure States define the sensor interface,
output
parameters,
and
diagnostic
functionality.
Table 8-1 describes each of
these programming modes and their function.
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Table 8-1.
Modify Configure States
State
Function
Programming
Mode
ANALZER
Used to define the type of analyzer. Choices
include pH, ORP, pION, and Ion Concentration
(ION.CON).
Basic/Advanced
TMP.SNS
Used to define the type of temperature sensor.
Choices include None, Pt100, and 3k Balco.
Basic/Advanced
TC.TYPE
Used to define the type of temperature
compensation. Choices include Manual Nernstian,
Automatic Nernstian, and Automatic Nernstian
with Solution Coefficient.
Basic/Advanced
AO1.OUT
Used to set Analog Output One range.
Basic/Advanced
AO2.OUT
Used to set Analog Output Two range.
Basic/Advanced
RELAY1
Used to set Relay Output One function and
parameters.
Choices include Setpoint, Cycle
Timer, Diagnostics, and Cleaner.
Basic/Advanced
RELAY2
Used to set Relay Output Two function and
parameters.
Choices include Setpoint, Cycle
Timer, Diagnostics, and Cleaner.
Basic/Advanced
RELAY3
Used to set Relay Output Three function and
parameters.
Choices include Setpoint, Cycle
Timer, Diagnostics, and Cleaner.
Basic/Advanced
DAMPNG
Used to reduce fluctuation in the display values
and output signals.
Basic/Advanced
Used to set the sensor diagnostics ON or OFF.
Basic/Advanced
SAF.MD.1
Used to define the output signal state for
Analog Output One when a detected error results
in a condition that renders the analyzer
inoperable. Choices include fail Low or fail
High.
Basic/Advanced
SAF.MD.2
Used to define the output signal state for
Analog Output Two when a detected error results
in a condition that renders the analyzer
inoperable. Choices include fail Low or fail
High.
Basic/Advanced
DIAGS
SPIKE
Used to set the spike magnitude level.
Advanced
As with the other modes and states of
operation, the NEXT Smart Key provides access
to all Modify Configure States. Pressing the
NEXT Smart Key sequentially moves the user
through each state. This cycle repeats until
a Modify Configure State is selected using the
SELECT Smart Key or the escape function is
chosen using the Exit To MEASURE Smart Key.
Use Figure 8-2 and 8-3 to identify the Smart
Key assignments and the resulting action.
When selecting a Modify Configure State, the
configured (i.e., active) item within that
state will be the first item shown. This item
will remain the configured item until a new
item is entered and the configuration saved.
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AO1.OUT
RETURN
ANALZR
RETURN
7.02
pH
ANALZR
MEASURE
SELECT
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
AO1.OUT
MEASURE
NEXT
SELECT
NEXT
ANALZR
TMP.SNS
RETURN
7.02
pH
TMP.SNS
MEASURE
SELECT
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
AO1.OUT
Bypass for ION.CON
AO2.OUT
RETURN
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
AO2.OUT
MEASURE
NEXT
SELECT
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
TMP.SNS
AO2.OUT
Bypass for NONE temp sensor
TC.TYPER
ETURN
7.02
pH
TC.TYPE
MEASURE
SELECT
RELAY1
RETURN
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
RELAY1
MEASURE
NEXT
SELECT
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
RELAY1
TC.TYPE
CONFIG
EXIT
TOPLEV
2
Figure 8-2. Screen Flow Diagram For Modify
Configure States of Operation - Part One.
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2
CONFIG
EXIT
DIAGS
RETURN
RELAY2
RETURN
7.02
pH
RELAY2
MEASURE
SELECT
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
7.02
DIAGS
MEASURE
NEXT
pH
SELECT
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
RELAY2
DIAGS
SAF.MD1
RETURN
RELAY3
RETURN
7.02
pH
SAF.MD.1
7.02
pH
RELAY3
MEASURE
SELECT
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
MEASURE
SELECT
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
SAF.MD1
SAF.MD2
RETURN
7.02
NEXT
RELAY3
pH
SAF.MD.2
MEASURE
SELECT
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
DAMPNG
RETURN
SAF.MD2
Bypass for BASIC
7.02
pH
DAMPNG
MEASURE
SELECT
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
7.02
pH
SPIKE
MEASURE
NEXT
SPIKE
RETURN
SELECT
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
SPIKE
DAMPNG
TOPLEV
Figure 8-3. Screen Flow Diagram For Modify
Configure States of Operation - Part Two.
The following subsections contain detailed
descriptions of each Modify Configure State of
Operation.
Analyzer State (Basic/Advanced)
The
Analyzer
State
sets
the
type
of
measurement (i.e., process variable) and must
coincide with the type of sensor being used.
Table
8-2
describes
the
function
and
programming mode of each state.
Table 8-2.
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State
Function
PH
Used to measure the pH of a solution.
Process variable engineering units are
pH.
Used to measure the Oxidation Reduction
Potential (ORP) of a solution. Process
variable
engineering
units
are
milliVolts (mV).
Used to measure the concentration of a
specific ion in a solution. The sensor
must
use
a
measurement
electrode
specific to the ion of interest.
Process variable engineering units are
milliVolts (mV).
Used to measure the concentration of a
specific ion in a solution. The sensor
must
use
a
measurement
electrode
specific to the ion of interest.
Process variable engineering units are
set by the user, and the output is
directly proportional to those units
and is established by the number of
concentration decades.
ORP
PION
ION.CON
Programming
Mode
Basic/Advanced
Basic/Advanced
Basic/Advanced
Advanced
pH Analyzer State (Basic/Advanced)
The pH Analyzer State contains three types of
sensors: Glass, Antimony, and Custom. Table
8-3 describes the function and programming
mode of each state.
Table 8-3. pH Analyzer States
State
Function
PH.GLAS
Used when the associated sensor has a
standard glass measuring electrode.
Used when the associated sensor has an
antimony measuring electrode.
ANTMNY
CUSTOM
Programming
Mode
Basic/Advanced
Basic/Advanced
Used when the associated sensor has a
Advanced
measuring electrode with a unique
isopotential
point
and
asymmetric
potential.
For Advanced configurations using the PH.GLAS
and ANTMNY Analyzer States, the REF Z (i.e.,
reference impedance) value can be manually set
to a new value or left at the default value of
100 kohms.
The REF Z is the reference
electrode impedance value that will trigger a
diagnostic condition. This value is set using
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the
Smart Key to increment and the
Smart
Key to move. The ENTER Smart Key accepts the
new value. See Section 13, Diagnostics, for
more information on diagnostic reporting.
The reference impedance of a new ABB sensor is
typically 1 to 2 kohms as measured by the
diagnostic circuit of the TB84PH Advantage
Series analyzer. Performance of the reference
electrode is typically unaffected up to 100
kohms (i.e., the default REF Z value).
Adjustment to other resistance values up to
1000 kohms is allowed; however, acceptable
performance of the sensor must be determined
by the user and the resistance values
accordantly adjusted.
For the CUSTOM State, the ISO.PT (i.e.,
Isopotential pH value) and ASY.POT (i.e.,
Asymmetric Potential value) must be entered
using the
Smart Key to increment the
blinking digit, the
Smart Key to move to
the next digit, and the ENTER Smart Key to
enter the new value. The REF Z value can also
be adjusted and must be set as previously
described.
ORP and pION States (Basic/Advanced)
The ORP or pION Analyzer States are set by
pressing the ENTER Smart Key on the desired
state when displayed using the NEXT Smart Key.
For Advanced configurations, the ORP and pION
States will require the user to enter the REF
Z value.
The REF Z (i.e., reference
impedance)
is
the
reference
electrode
impedance value that will trigger a diagnostic
condition.
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The REF Z value is set using the
Smart Key
to increment the blinking digit, the
Smart
Key to move to the next digit, and the ENTER
Smart Key to enter the new value. See Section
13, Diagnostics, for more information on
diagnostic reporting.
Ion Concentration State (Advanced)
The ION.CON (i.e., Ion Concentration) State
allows for pION sensor inputs to be converted
to concentration units such as ppb and ppm.
This state uses temperature compensated mV
values and applies a logarithmic function that
has a fixed end point in millivolts, an ion
valence ranging from -3 to +3, and an end
point magnitude which can be set to 10, 100,
or 1000.
The ION.CON State functions by associating an
end millivolt value to an end magnitude value.
The valence determines the millivolt change
per decade of concentration and is defined by
the Nernst Equation (i.e., 59.16 mV/decade for
a valence equal to 1, 29.58 mV/decade for a
valence equal to 2, and 19.72 mV/decade for a
valence equal to 3).
If the valence is
negative
the
millivolt/concentration
relationship will have a negative slope. The
number of magnitudes defines the analyzer
output. For example, two magnitudes would set
the output to 0-10% for the first magnitude
and 10-100% for the second magnitude.
Configure an ION.CON Analyzer State using
Figure 8-4 as a reference and the following
procedure:
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1)
Enter the ION.CON State using the ENTER
Key.
2)
Set the engineering UNIT by toggling to
the desired unit using the NEXT Key and
entering the unit using the ENTER Key.
3)
Set the VALENC (i.e., valence) by
incrementing
or
decrementing
the
displayed value using
and
Keys
respectively, and entering the new value
using the ENTER Key.
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IONCON
ppm
UNIT
MEASURE
ENTER
NEXT
UNIT
ENTER
VALENC
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
CONFIG
EXIT
ENTER
100
END.MAG
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
-300
END MV
MEASURE
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
MAGS
MEASURE
NEXT
-3
2
MEASURE
ppb
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
mV
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
REF Z
Figure 8-4. Screen Flows For Ion Concentration
Configure State of Operation.
4)
Set the MAGS (i.e., magnitudes) by
incrementing
or
decrementing
the
displayed value using
and
Keys
respectively, and entering the new value
using the ENTER Key.
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5)
Set the END.MAG (i.e., ending magnitude)
by incrementing or decrementing the
displayed value using
and
Keys
respectively, and entering the new value
using the ENTER Key.
6)
Set the END MV (i.e., ending millivolt)
by using the
Key to increment the
blinking digit and the
Key to move to
the next digit and pressing the ENTER Key
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to enter the new value.
7)
Set the REFZ (i.e., reference impedance)
by using the
Key to increment the
blinking digit and the
Key to move to
the next digit and pressing the ENTER Key
to enter the new value.
Temperature Sensor State (Basic/Advanced)
The Temperature Sensor State configures the
temperature input for a Pt100, 3 kohm Balco,
or no (i.e., NONE) RTD.
Set the Temperature Sensor State using the
following procedure.
1)
Select the TMP.SNS State using the SELECT
Key.
2)
Choose the desired temperature sensor by
using the NEXT Key to toggle between
NONE, 3K.BLCO (i.e., 3 kohm Balco), and
PT100, and enter the temperature sensor
by using the ENTER Key when the correct
sensor is displayed in the secondary
display.
Temperature Compensation State (Basic/Advanced)
Temperature affects the process variable in
two ways. The first effect (i.e., Nernstian
Effect) causes the sensor output to increase
with increasing temperature. In the case of a
pH sensor, the increase
is roughly 0.03 pH/pH
Unit From 7pH/10oC. Since ABB pH sensors use
Silver/Silver
Chloride
Measurement
and
Reference Half Cells, the isopotential point
(i.e., the pH value that is unaffected by
temperature) of these sensors is 7 pH.
The second temperature effect is on the actual
chemistry of the solution.
Since ion
disassociation
can
be
a
function
of
temperature, ion properties such as pH, ORP,
and pION are affected by changes in process
temperature. These effects can be empirically
determined and included in the temperature
compensation process using the Automatic
Nernstian
with
Solution
Coefficient
Temperature Compensation option.
The Temperature Compensation State sets the
desired compensating method. The three states
of temperature compensation include Manual
Nernstian, Automatic Nernstian, and Automatic
Nernstian with Solution Coefficient. Table 8I-E67-84-1B
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4 describes the function and programming mode
of each state.
Table 8-4.
Temperature Compensation States
State
Function
MANUAL
Used when a fixed temperature value
can be applied instead of a measured
value.
The initial value is set at
25oC.
Use the Temperature Calibrate
State to change the fixed temperature
value.
Nernstian compensation is
applied using the fixed temperature
value.
Used when a measured temperature value
is being provided by a temperature
sensor.
Nernstian compensation is
applied using the measured value.
Used when a measured temperature value
is being provided by a temperature
sensor. Nernstian compensation and a
solution coefficient is applied using
the measured value.
AUTO
AUT.SOL
Programming
Mode
Basic/Advanced
Basic/Advanced
Advanced
Manual Nernstian State (Basic/Advanced)
Manual temperature compensation adjusts for
temperature effects of the sensor at a
specific temperature. A temperature sensor is
not required (i.e., NONE for TMP.SNS).
The
Manual Nernstian State is only applicable for
pH Analyzer States.
The displayed process
variable (i.e., pH) is standardized to 25oC.
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When using the Manual Nernstian State, the
process
temperature will be automatically set
to 25oC. To adjust the temperature to other
values, use the Temperature Calibrate State
and set the temperature to the new value as
specified in Section 6, Calibrate Mode. The
allowable
solution temperature range is 0 to
140oC.
Set the Temperature Compensation State to
Manual Nernstian State using the following
procedure:
1)
Select the TC.TYPE State using the Select
Key.
2)
Move to the MANUAL Nernstian State using
the Next Key.
3)
Set the TC.TYPE to MANUAL using the Enter
Key.
Automatic Nernstian State (Basic/Advanced)
Automatic Nernstian temperature compensation
requires an input from a temperature sensing
device. The input can be either from a Pt100
or 3 kohm Balco RTD.
Automatic Nernstian temperature compensation
corrects for temperature effects caused by
sensor and is only applicable for the pH
Analyzer State.
The displayed process
variable (i.e., pH) is standardized to 25oC,
and the allowable
solution temperature range
is 0 to 140oC.
Set the Temperature Compensation State to
Automatic Nernstian State using the following
procedure:
1)
Select the TC.TYPE State using the Select
Key.
2)
Move to the AUTO Nernstian State using
the Next Key.
3)
Set the TC.TYPE to AUTO using the Enter
Key.
Automatic Nernstian With Solution Coefficient
State (Advanced)
The
Automatic
Nernstian
With
Solution
Coefficient State compensates the o sensor
output to a reference temperature of 25 C using
the
Nernst
Equation
and
a
solution
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State using the NEXT Key.
3)
Set the TC.TYPE
ENTER Key.
to
AUT.SOL
using
the
4)
Set the PH/10C or MV/10C value (as the
case may be) using the
Key to
increment the blinking digit and the
Key to move to the next digit and
pressing the ENTER Key to enter the new
value.
Analog Output One State (Basic/Advanced)
The Analog Output One State sets the output
span, range, and function. The output span is
software selectable for either zero to 20
milliamperes or four to 20 milliamperes and is
source to the Primary Process Variable. For
Basic configurations, the output function can
only be linear. Lower and upper range values
must be entered and are defaulted to the full
scale process variable range (e.g., 0-14 pH
for pH Analyzer States).
For Advanced
configurations, the output function can be
linear or non-linear.
For a non-linear
output, lower and upper range values must also
be entered as well as five break points.
Linear Output State (Basic/Advanced)
The Linear Output State establishes the lower
and upper range values.
The default values
for the output represent the full scale
process variable range (e.g., 0-14 pH).
For a reverse acting output, reverse the zero
or four and 20 milliampere values (e.g., 14 pH
for the zero or four milliampere value and 0
pH for the 20 milliampere value).
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Notes: 1) Values are from the previous
configuration or rerange entries.
AO1.OUT
CONFIG
EXIT
Last Selected
For Advanced
Configurations.
7.02
pH
4-20MA
MEASURE
ENTER
pH
0-20MA
ENTER
pH
4MA.PT
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
LINEAR
ENTER
NEXT
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
NON.LIN
MEASURE
NEXT
0.00
7.02
MEASURE
NEXT
7.02
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
NEXT
NON.LIN
ENTER
Display either 0mA or 4 mA
according to selected range.
14.0
pH
20MA.PT
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
AO1.OUT
RETURN
ENTER
For BASIC Configurations.
Figure 8-5. Screen Flow Diagram For Analog
Output One Configure State of Operation.
Set the Linear Output State using Figure 8-5
as reference and the following procedure:
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1)
Select the AO1.OUT State using the SELECT
Key.
2)
Set the output span using the NEXT Key to
toggle between 4-20MA and 0-20MA, and
press the ENTER Key to enter the new
span.
3)
Set the process variable value for the 0
or 4 milliampere point using the
Key
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to increment the blinking digit and the
Key to move to the next digit, and
press the ENTER Key to enter the new
value.
4)
Set the process variable value for the 20
milliampere point using the
Key to
increment the blinking digit and the
Key to move to the next digit, and press
the ENTER Key to enter the new value.
5)
Select the LINEAR Output State using the
SELECT Key for Advanced configurations.
For Basic configurations, this step will
not be accessible.
Non-Linear Output State (Advanced)
The Non-Linear Output State sets the end point
and break point values for a non-linear output
function. The default values for the output
represent the full scale process variable
range (e.g.,0 to 14 or -1999 to +1999 mV) and
the break points are set for a linear output
(e.g., 20% input equals 20% output).
To define the break point values, a plot of
the process variable against the desired
output (or variable that represents the output
value) must be segmented into six linear
regions
that
best
fit
the
non-linear
relationship.
The points where the linear
regions intersect should fall on the nonlinear function and represent the break points
that are entered into Non-Linear Output State.
As with the Linear Output State, the output
range must be defined and will represent the
0% input/0% output and 100% input/100% output
points.
Since the 0% and 100% points are
defined by the output range, the break point
information (e.g., X-1/Y-1, X-2/Y-2, etc.
values) should not include the 0% input/0%
output and 100% input/100% output values and
must be entered as percentage of input range
and output span.
Also as with a linear
output, a reverse acting non-linear output can
be implemented by reversing the zero or four
and 20 milliampere process variable and break
point values (e.g., 1999 mV for the 4
milliampere value and -1999 mV for the 20
milliampere value).
Set the Analog Output One Non-Linear State
using Figure 8-5 as a reference and the
following procedure:
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1)
Select the AO2.OUT State using the SELECT
Key.
2)
Set the output span using the NEXT Key to
toggle between 4-20MA and 0-20MA, and
press the ENTER Key to enter the new
span.
3)
Set the process variable value for the
zero or four milliampere point using the
Key to increment the blinking digit and
the
Key to move to the next digit, and
press the ENTER Key to enter the new
value.
4)
Set the process variable value for the 20
milliampere point using the
Key to
increment the blinking digit and the
Key to move to the next digit, and press
the ENTER Key to enter the new value.
4)
Select the NON.LIN Output State by using
the NEXT Key to change the programming
state from LINEAR to NON.LIN and using
the SELECT Key to accept the NON.LIN
Output State.
5)
Set the input percentage for the first
break point (X-1) using the
Key to
increment the blinking digit and the
Key to move to the next digit, and press
the ENTER Key to enter the new value.
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6)
Set the output percentage for the first
break point (Y-1) using the
Key to
increment the blinking digit and the
Key to move to the next digit, and press
the ENTER Key to enter the new value.
7)
Repeat steps 5 and 6 for the remaining
four break points.
Non-linear Output Example Values
Table 8-5.
Break
Point
1
2
3
4
5
ORP Signal
(mV)
0
120
270
360
420
540
600
Output Range
(mA)
4.0
5.6
8.8
12.0
15.2
19.2
20.0
Percent Input
(%)
0
20
45
60
70
90
100
Percent Output
(%)
0
10
30
50
70
95
100
Input Signal (m V )
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
20.0
100
80
16.0
Percent Output
B reak Points
60
14.0
A ctualN on-linear
R elationship
12.0
40
10.0
8.0
20
Output Signal (mA)
18.0
6.0
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
4.0
100
Pe r ce nt Input
Figure 8-6.
Non-linear Output Break Point Determination.
Table 8-5 and Figure 8-6 illustrate the use of
the
Non-linear
Output
function.
This
information is only for illustration purposes
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February,2002
8-20
and does not
application.
characterize
any
specific
Analog Output Two State (Basic/Advanced)
The Analog Output Two State sets the output
source, span, and range.
The output can be
sourced to the Primary Process Variable or
Temperature. As with Analog Output One, the
output span is software selectable for either
zero to 20 milliamperes or four to 20
milliamperes. The output function is always
linear. Lower and upper range values must be
entered and are defaulted to the full scale
process variable range (e.g., 0-14 pH for pH
Analyzer States).
Set the Analog Output Two State using Figure
8-7 as reference and the following procedure:
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1)
Select the AO2.OUT State using the SELECT
Key.
2)
Set the output source using the NEXT Key
to toggle between PV and TEMP, and press
the ENTER Key to enter the new source.
3)
Set the output span using the NEXT Key to
toggle between 4-20MA and 0-20MA, and
press the ENTER Key to enter the new
span.
4)
Set the process variable value for the 0
or 4 milliampere point using the
Key
to increment the blinking digit and the
Key to move to the next digit, and
press the ENTER Key to enter the new
value.
5)
Set the process variable value for the 20
milliampere point using the
Key to
increment the blinking digit and the
Key to move to the next digit, and press
the ENTER Key to enter the new value.
February,2002
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AO2.OUT
Last Selected
Last Selected
Bypass for ION.CON Configurations
7.02
pH
PV
MEASURE
ENTER
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
4-20MA
MEASURE
NEXT
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
Last Selected
7.02
pH
TEMPoC
MEASURE
ENTER
pH
TEMPoF
ENTER
pH
0-20MA
MEASURE
NEXT
7.02
MEASURE
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
NEXT
25
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
O
C
O
C
4MA.PT
MEASURE
NEXT
20MA.PT
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
100
Display either 0mA or 4mA
according to selected range.
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
CONFIG
EXIT
AO2.OUT
RETURN
Figure 8-7. Screen Flow Diagram For Analog
Output Two Configure State of Operation.
Relay Output One (Basic/Advanced)
The Relay Output One State sets the output
function and related parameters for Relay
Output One. The output function is dependent
on
the
programming
mode.
For
Basic
configurations, Relay One output functions are
limited to Setpoint control of the Process
Variable.
For Advanced configurations, the
output functions are not limited and can be
configured as a Setpoint sourced to the
Process Variable or Temperature, Cycle Timer,
Diagnostic, or Cleaner.
Set the output function of Relay Output One
State using Figure 8-8 as reference and the
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February,2002
8-22
following procedure:
1)
Select the RELAY1 State using the SELECT
Key.
2)
Set the output function using the NEXT
Key to toggle between HI.PV and LO.PV for
Basic Configurations or HI.PV, LO.PV,
HI.TMP.C (i.e., High Temperature in
Celsius), LO.TMP.C, HI.TMP.F (i.e., High
Temperature in Fahrenheit), LO.TMP.F,
DIAGS (i.e, Diagnostics), HI.PV.CT (i.e.,
High Process Variable Cycle Timer),
LO.PV.CT, or CLNR (i.e., Cleaner), and
press the ENTER Key to enter the new
output function.
RELAY1
SETPT1
CONFIG
EXIT
Last Selected
7.02
pH
HI.PV
MEASURE
ENTER
pH
LO.PV
ENTER
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
pH
DIAGS
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
7.02
MEASURE
NEXT
pH
LO.TMP.F
MEASURE
NEXT
7.02
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
DIAGS1
Bypass for
BASIC
7.02
pH
HI.TMP.C
MEASURE
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
7.02
pH
HI.PV.CT
MEASURE
NEXT
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
CYCLE
TIMER1
7.02
pH
LO.TMP.C
MEASURE
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
7.02
pH
LO.PV.CT
MEASURE
NEXT
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
CYCLE
TIMER1
7.02
pH
HI.TMP.F
MEASURE
ENTER
NEXT
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
7.02
pH
CLNR
MEASURE
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
CLNR1
Figure 8-8. Screen Flow Diagram For Relay
Output One Configure State of Operation.
Since the parameters for each type of relay
function are the same, this information will
be given after reviewing the applicable
functions for each relay output.
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February,2002
8-23
Relay Output Two (Basic/Advanced)
The Relay Output Two State sets the output
function and related parameters for Relay
Output Two. The output function is dependent
on
the
programming
mode.
For
Basic
configurations, Relay Two output functions are
limited to Setpoint control of the Process
Variable and Temperature.
For Advanced
configurations, the output functions are not
limited and can be configured as a Setpoint
sourced
to
the
Process
Variable
or
Temperature, Cycle Timer, Diagnostic, or
Cleaner.
RELAY2
SETPT2
CONFIG
EXIT
Last Selected
7.02
pH
HI.PV
MEASURE
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
7.02
LO.TMP.F
MEASURE
NEXT
pH
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
Bypass for
BASIC
7.02
pH
LO.PV
MEASURE
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
7.02
DIAGS
MEASURE
NEXT
pH
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
DIAGS2
7.02
pH
HI.TMP.C
MEASURE
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
7.02
HI.PV.CT
MEASURE
NEXT
pH
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
CYCLE
TIMER2
7.02
pH
LO.TMP.C
MEASURE
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
7.02
LO.PV.CT
MEASURE
NEXT
pH
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
CYCLE
TIMER2
7.02
pH
HI.TMP.F
MEASURE
ENTER
NEXT
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
7.02
pH
CLNR
MEASURE
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
CLNR2
Figure 8-9. Screen Flow Diagram For Relay
Output Two Configure State of Operation.
Set the output function of Relay Output Two
State using Figure 8-9 as reference and the
following procedure:
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1)
Select the RELAY2 State using the SELECT
Key.
2)
Set the output function using the NEXT
Key to toggle between HI.PV, LO.PV,
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HI.TMP.C,
LO.TMP.C,
HI.TMP.F,
and
LO.TMP.F for Basic Configurations or
HI.PV,
LO.PV,
HI.TMP.C,
LO.TMP.C,
HI.TMP.F, LO.TMP.F, DIAGS, HI.PV.CT,
LO.PV.CT, or CLNR, and press the ENTER
Key to enter the new function.
Since the parameters for each type of relay
function are the same, this information will
be given after reviewing the applicable
functions for each relay output.
Relay Output Three (Basic/Advanced)
The Relay Output Three State sets the output
function and parameters for Relay Output
Three.
The output function is dependent on
the
programming
mode.
For
Basic
configurations, Relay Three output functions
are limited to Setpoint control of the Process
Variable
and
Temperature
and
Diagnostic
notification.
For Advanced configurations,
the output functions are not limited and can
be configured as a Setpoint sourced to the
Process Variable or Temperature, Cycle Timer,
Diagnostic, or Cleaner.
Set the output function of Relay Output Three
State using Figure 8-10 as reference and the
following procedure:
1)
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Select the RELAY3 State using the SELECT
Key.
February,2002
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2)
Set the output function using the NEXT
Key to toggle between HI.PV, LO.PV,
HI.TMP.C, LO.TMP.C, HI.TMP.F, LO.TMP.F,
and DIAGS for Basic Configurations or
HI.PV,
LO.PV,
HI.TMP.C,
LO.TMP.C,
HI.TMP.F, LO.TMP.F, DIAGS, HI.PV.CT,
LO.PV.CT, or CLNR, and press the ENTER
Key to enter the new function.
RELAY3
SETPT3
CONFIG
EXIT
Last Selected
7.02
pH
HI.PV
MEASURE
ENTER
pH
LO.PV
ENTER
7.02
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
pH
DIAGS
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
7.02
MEASURE
NEXT
pH
LO.TMP.F
MEASURE
NEXT
7.02
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
DIAGS3
Bypass for
BASIC
7.02
pH
HI.TMP.C
MEASURE
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
7.02
HI.PV.CT
MEASURE
NEXT
pH
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
CYCLE
TIMER3
7.02
pH
LO.TMP.C
MEASURE
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
7.02
LO.PV.CT
MEASURE
NEXT
pH
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
CYCLE
TIMER3
7.02
pH
HI.TMP.F
MEASURE
ENTER
NEXT
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
7.02
pH
CLNR
MEASURE
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
CLNR3
Figure 8-10. Screen Flow Diagram For Relay
Output Three Configure State of Operation.
Since the parameters for each type of relay
function are the same, this information will
be given after reviewing the applicable
functions for each relay output.
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February,2002
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Setpoint Relay Output (Basic/Advanced)
A Setpoint Relay Output can be configured to
energize
when
the
Process
Variable
or
Temperature exceeds (i.e., a High Setpoint) or
falls below (i.e., a Low Setpoint) a defined
level. Valid Setpoint values are limited to
the Process Variable and/or Temperature range
of the TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer. See
Table 1-3, Specifications, for analyzer range
values.
To prevent relay chatter, a Setpoint Relay
Output has an configurable Deadband.
The
Deadband control keeps the relay energized
until the Process Variable or Temperature has
decreased below a High Setpoint value or above
a Low Setpoint value by the Deadband value.
Valid Deadband values are 0.00 to 10.00 pH for
pH, 0 to 200 mV for ORP and pION, 0 to 10% of
the END.MAG (i.e., End Magnitude) for Ion
Concentration
Process Variable sources and 0
to 10oC (18oF) for Temperature sources.
A Time Delay control also refines the function
of a Setpoint Relay.
Entering a Time Delay
value greater than 0.0 minutes enables a
waiting period before energizing the relay
once the setpoint condition has been met.
Valid Time Delay values are 0.0 to 99.9
minutes.
Set the Setpoint parameters of a Relay Output
using Figure 8-11 as reference and the
following procedure:
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1)
Set the Setpoint (i.e., LO SPT or HI SPT)
using the
Key to increment the
blinking digit and the
Key to move to
the next digit, and press the ENTER Key
to enter the new value.
2)
Set the Deadband (i.e., DBAND) using the
Key to increment the blinking digit and
the
Key to move to the next digit and,
press the ENTER Key to enter the new
value.
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3)
Set the Time Delay in minutes (i.e.,
DLY.MIN) using the
Key to increment
the blinking digit and the
Key to move
to the next digit, and press the ENTER
Key to enter the new value.
SETPT1
Display units and PV as configured.
CONFIG
EXIT
10.0
Display "HI" or "LO",
as configured.
pH
HI SPT
MEASURE
ENTER
0.50
pH
DBAND
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
0.0
*
DLY.MIN
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
RELAY1
RETURN
* 99.9 minutes is the
maximum allowable time
limit.
Figure 8-11. Screen Flow Diagram For Setting
the Setpoint Relay Output Configure State of
Operation.
Diagnostic Relay Output (Basic/Advanced)
A Diagnostic Relay Output simply energizes
when a diagnostic condition has be detected.
The relay can be configured to trigger on a
sensor,
instrument,
or
all
diagnostic
conditions.
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Set the trigger for the Diagnostic Relay
Output using Figure 8-12 as reference and the
following procedure:
1)
Set the Diagnostic trigger using the NEXT
Key to toggle between ALL, SENSOR, and
INSTR. (i.e., Instrument), and press the
ENTER Key to enter the new trigger.
CONFIG
EXIT
DIAGS1
Last selected
7.02
pH
ALL
MEASURE
ENTER
NEXT
7.02
pH
SENSOR
MEASURE
ENTER
7.02
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
pH
INSTR.
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
RELAY1
RETURN
Figure 8-12. Screen Flow Diagram For Setting
the Diagnostic Relay Output Configure State of
Operation.
Cycle Timer Relay Output (Advanced)
A Cycle Timer can only be sourced to the
Process Variable and can energize the relay
for either a High or Low setpoint condition.
As with a Setpoint Relay Output, the Setpoint
condition functions in the same manner;
however, the Deadband control is replaced with
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the Cycle Time.
Thus, a Cycle Timer will
energize the Relay Output for a set amount of
time (ON.TIME) and de-energize for the
remainder of the cycle (CYC.MIN). This cycle
repeats until the Setpoint condition is no
longer met. For more information on the Cycle
Timer, see Section 2, Overview.
Valid Setpoint values are limited to the
Process Variable range of the TB84PH Advantage
Series
analyzer.
See
Table
1-3,
Specifications, for analyzer range values.
Valid Cycle Time and On Time values are 0.0 to
99.9 minutes.
CYCLE
TIMER1
CONFIG
EXIT
10.0
Display "HI" or "LO",
as configured.
pH
LO SPT
MEASURE
ENTER
1.0
*
CYC.MIN
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
0.5
*
ON.MIN
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
RELAY1
RETURN
*99.9 minutes is the maximum
allowable time limit.
Figure 8-13. Screen Flow Diagram For Setting
the Cycle Timer Relay Output Configure State
Set
the Cycle Timer parameters of a Relay
of
Operation.
Output
using Figure 8-13 as reference and the
following procedure:
1)
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Set the Setpoint (i.e., LO SPT or HI SPT)
using the
Key to increment the
blinking digit and the
Key to move to
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the next digit, and press the ENTER Key
to enter the new value.
2)
Set the Cycle Time in minutes (i.e.,
CYC.MIN) using the
Key to increment
the blinking digit and the
Key to move
to the next digit, and press the ENTER
Key to enter the new value.
3)
Set the On Time in minutes (i.e., ON.MIN)
using the
Key to increment the
blinking digit and the
Key to move to
the next digit, and press the ENTER Key
to enter the new value.
Cleaner Relay Output (Advanced)
Automatic sensor cleaning can be accomplished
using any one of the three relay outputs. At
a prescribed time interval, a Cleaner Relay
Output will energize and allow the activation
of a cleaning device. While in the energized
state, analog and relay outputs can be held to
values captured just prior to the cleaning
cycle (i.e., energized state).
If a relay
hold condition is not feasible, non-cleaner
relay outputs can be disable during a cleaning
cycle.
To specify a cleaning cycle, the Cycle, On,
and Recovery Times must be defined. The Cycle
Time defines the repeating period between
cleaning cycles, the On Time defines the
length of time the relay will be energized,
and the Recovery Time defines the length of
time after the relay has been de-energized
before the hold and/or disable condition(s)
will be removed.
Valid times for Cycle Time
are 0.0 to 99.9 hours and for On and Recovery
Times are 0.0 to 99.9 minutes.
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Set the Cleaner parameters of a Relay Output
using Figure 8-14 as reference and the
following procedure:
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1)
Set the Cycle Time in hours (i.e.,
CYC.HRS) using the
Key to increment
the blinking digit and the
Key to move
to the next digit, and press the ENTER
Key to enter the new value.
2)
Set the On Time in minutes (i.e., ON.MIN)
using the
Key to increment the
blinking digit and the
Key to move to
the next digit, and press the ENTER Key
to enter the new value.
3)
Set the Recovery Time in minutes (i.e.,
RCV.MIN) using the
Key to increment
the blinking digit and the
Key to move
to the next digit, and press the ENTER
Key to enter the new value.
4)
Hold the Analog Outputs (i.e., AO.HLD)
during the On and Recovery Times using
the YES Key, or leave the Analog Outputs
live during the On and Recovery Times
using the No Key.
5)
Hold the Relay Outputs (i.e., RO.HLD)
during the On and Recovery Times using
the YES Key, or continue onto the Disable
Relay Outputs State during the On and
Recovery Times using the No Key.
6)
Disable the Relay Outputs (i.e., RO.HLD)
during the On and Recovery Times using
the YES Key, or leave the Relay Outputs
live during the On and Recovery Times
using the No Key.
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CLNR1
CONFIG
EXIT
1.0
*
CYC.HRS
MEASURE
*
ON.MIN
*
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
HLD.AO
YES
7.02
NO
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
HLD.RO
YES
MEASURE
RCV.MIN
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
10.0
7.02
MEASURE
ENTER
1.0
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
7.02
NO
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
DSBL.RO
YES
MEASURE
NO
RELAY1
RETURN
* 99.9 is the maximum allowable time limit.
Figure 8-14. Screen Flow Diagram For Setting
Damping State (Basic/Advanced)
the Cleaner Relay Output Configure State of
Operation.
The Damping State applies a lag function on
the
configured
signals
and
reduces
fluctuations
caused
by
erratic
process
conditions. The damping value can be set from
0.0 to 99.9 seconds and represents the time
required to reach 63.2% of a step change in
the process variable.
For the Basic Programming Mode, the damping
value can only be applied to the process
variable
input
signal.
The
Advanced
Programming Mode allows for separate damping
of the Display Process Variable, Analog Output
One, and Analog Output Two.
Set the Damping State using Figure 8-15 as a
reference and the following procedure:
1)
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Select the DAMPNG State using the SELECT
Key.
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2)
For Basic configurations, set the new
damping value using the
Key to
increment the blinking digit and the
Key to move to the next digit, and press
the ENTER Key to enter the new value.
3)
For Advanced configurations, set the new
damping value for the Displayed Process
Variable (i.e., DSP.SEC) using the
Key
to increment the blinking digit and the
Key to move to the next digit, and
press the ENTER Key to enter the new
value.
CONFIG
EXIT
DAMPNG
ADVANCED Configuration Only.
BASIC
Configuration
Only.
0.0
SECS
MEASURE
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
0.0
DSP.SEC
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
DAMPNG
RETURN
0.0
A01.SEC
MEASURE
ENTER
0.0
AO2.SEC
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
Figure 8-15. Screen Flow Diagram For Damping
Configure State of Operation.
4)
For Advanced configurations, set the new
damping value for Analog Output One
(i.e., AO1.SEC) using the
Key to
increment the blinking digit and the
Key to move to the next digit, and press
the ENTER Key to enter the new value.
5)
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For Advanced configurations, set the new
damping value for Analog Output Two
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(i.e., AO2.SEC) using the
Key to
increment the blinking digit and the
Key to move to the next digit, and press
the ENTER Key to enter the new value.
Diagnostics State (Basic/Advanced)
The Diagnostics State allows the built-in
sensor diagnostics to be disabled.
When a
sensor does not have a solution ground such as
Non-Advantage
(i.e.,
TB5)
sensors,
the
diagnostic signal cannot be injected into
process liquid.
For these situations and
applications that use very pure water, the
sensor diagnostics should be disabled.
Set the DIAG (i.e., Diagnostics) State using
the following procedure:
1)
Select the DIAG State using the SELECT
Key.
2)
Toggle the diagnostics function to the
desired state (i.e., OFF or ON) using the
Key, and press the ENTER Key to enter
the new value.
Safe Mode One State (Basic/Advanced)
The Safe Mode One State determines the Analog
Output One level if an error condition occurs
that renders the analyzer inoperable.
The
available states are FAIL.LO (i.e., fail low)
or FAIL.HI (i.e., fail high).
For more
information on error conditions, see Section
13, Diagnostics.
Set the Safe Mode
following procedure:
One
State
using
the
SAF.MD.1
State
using
the
1)
Select the
SELECT Key.
2)
Set the safe mode by using the NEXT Key
to toggle between FAIL.LO and FAIL.HI,
and use the ENTER Key to enter the new
value.
Safe Mode Two State (Basic/Advanced)
The Safe Mode Two State determines the Analog
Output Two level if an error condition occurs
that renders the analyzer inoperable.
The
available states are FAIL.LO (i.e., fail low)
and FAIL.HI (i.e., fail high).
For more
information on error conditions, see Section
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13, Diagnostics.
Set the Safe Mode
following procedure:
Two
State
using
the
SAF.MD.2
State
using
the
1)
Select the
SELECT Key.
2)
Set the safe mode by using the NEXT Key
to toggle between FAIL.LO and FAIL.HI,
and use the ENTER Key to enter the new
value.
Spike State (Advanced)
The Spike State sets the diagnostic spike
level as a percent of output. This level will
determine the magnitude of the spike.
When the Spike has been set for any level
greater than 0% and is enabled in the Spike
Output State, the TB84PH Advantage Series
analyzer will modulate the Analog Output One
signal by the configured level for one second
out of every six seconds when a problem
condition is detected. Using this modulation,
the analyzer informs the operator of a
detected diagnostic condition.
For more
information on problem conditions, see Section
13, Diagnostics.
For a description of the
diagnostic spike feature, see Section 2,
Analyzer Functionality And Operator Interface
Controls.
Set the Spike
procedure:
State
using
the
following
1)
Select the SPIKE State using the SELECT
Key.
2)
Set the SPK.MAG (i.e., spike magnitude)
using the
Key to increment the
blinking digit and the
Key to move to
the next digit, and press the ENTER Key
to enter the new value.
The Spike
Magnitude is entered as a percentage of
the 16 milliampere output range for a
four to 20 milliampere output or 20
milliampere output range for a zero to 20
milliampere
output
(e.g.,
10%
will
generate a 1.6 milliampere spike for a
four to 20 milliampere output range).
Note: Once the Spike State is OFF, changing the
configured spike level in the Configure Mode
will not reenable the Spike State. The Spike
State can only be turned ON or OFF in the
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Output/Hold Mode of Operation.
CONFIGURATION LOCKOUT
The TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer has a
lockout feature that, once engaged, prohibits
access to the Configure Mode.
This feature
does not affect parameters that can be changed
in the other modes of operation including
Calibrate, Output/Hold, Security, secondary
Display, and Setpoint/Tune.
To enable the lockout feature, change jumper
W1 on the Microprocessor/Display PCB from pins
1 and 2 (i.e., position A - the factory
default position) to pins 2 and 3 (i.e.,
position B). Use Figure 8-16 and Section 16,
Replacement Procedures, for jumper positions
and circuit board handling procedures.
FRONT BEZEL ASSEMBLY W/
MICROPROCESSOR/DISPLAY PCB ASSEMBLY
(Factory Default Setting)
REAR VIEW SHOWN
Figure 8-16. Configuration Lockout Jumper Location On
Microprocessor/Display PCB Assembly.
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SECTION 9 - SECURITY MODE
INTRODUCTION
The Security Mode of Operation establishes
password
protection
against
unauthorized
changes to analyzer functions by unqualified
personnel.
Password protection can be
assigned
to
the
Calibrate,
Output/Hold,
Setpoint/Tune
and
Configure
Modes
of
Operation.
SECURITY STATE OF OPERATION
The Security Mode of Operation provides
password protection of critical operating
environments. Each mode or state of operation
that can be password protected is set by
toggling the primary display between security
OFF and ON using the
Smart Key. As seen in
Figure 9-1, all security assignments must be
made before a password can be defined.
When one or more mode(s)/state has the
security ON, the Security State will also be
secured. One password assignment applies to
all secured modes and states.
Set the Security State using Figure 9-1 as a
reference and the following procedure:
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1)
Select the SECUR (i.e., Security) Mode of
Operation using the SELECT Key.
2)
Set the security for the CALIBR (i.e.,
Calibrate) Mode using the
Key
to
toggle between ON and OFF, and press the
ENTER Key to enter the new value.
3)
Set the security for the OUTPUT (i.e.,
Output/Hold) Mode using the
Key to
toggle between ON and OFF, and press the
ENTER Key to enter the new value.
4)
Set the security for the CONFIG (i.e.,
Modify Configure) State using the
Key
to toggle between ON and OFF, and press
the ENTER Key to enter the new value.
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SECUR
MEASURE
Bypass if no items are
password protected.
PASSWD
Last selected
OFF
CALIBR
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ON
CALIBR
MEASURE
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
Last selected
OFF
OUTPUT
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ON
OUTPUT
MEASURE
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
Last selected
OFF
CONFIG
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ON
CONFIG
MEASURE
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
Last selected
OFF
SPT.TUN
MEASURE
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ON
SPT.TUN
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
PASSWD
2
Figure 9-1. Screen Flow Diagram For Security
State of Operation.
5)
Set the security for the SPT.TUN (i.e.,
Setpoint/Tune) Mode using the
Key to
toggle between ON and OFF, and press the
ENTER Key to enter the new value.
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6)
Define the password for all secured modes
and states using the
Key to increment
the blinking digit and the
Key to move
to the next digit, and press the ENTER
Key to enter the password.
Note: The password must be defined as three
digits and verified to enable security on the
modes/states entered in steps 2 through 4. If
security is not ON for any of the modes/states,
the password state will be bypassed.
6)
Verify the password using the
Key to
increment the blinking digit and the
Key to move to the next digit, and press
the ENTER Key to enter the password.
Remove all
procedure:
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security
using
the
following
1)
Select the SECUR Mode of Operation using
the SELECT Key.
2)
Enter the password for all secured modes
and states using the
Key to increment
the blinking digit and the
Key to move
to the next digit, and press the ENTER
Key to submit the password.
3)
Set the security for the CALIBR (i.e.,
Calibrate) Mode by pressing the
Key to
toggle the display to OFF, and press the
ENTER Key to enter the value.
4)
Set the security for the OUTPUT (i.e.,
Output/Hold) Mode by pressing the
Key
to toggle the display to OFF, and press
the ENTER Key to enter the value.
5)
Set the security for the CONFIG (i.e.,
Modify Configure) State by pressing the
Key to toggle the display to OFF, and
press the ENTER Key to enter the value.
6)
Set the security for the SPT.TUN (i.e.,
Setpoint/Tune) Mode by pressing the
Key to toggle the display to OFF, and
press the ENTER Key to enter the value.
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Change the password or security state using
the following procedure:
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1)
Select the SECUR Mode of Operation using
the SELECT Key.
2)
Enter the password for all secured modes
and states using the
Key to increment
the blinking digit and the
Key to move
to the next digit, and press the ENTER
Key to submit the password.
3)
Leave the security state unchanged for
CALIBR (i.e., Calibrate) Mode by using
the ENTER Key Set, or if needed, change
the security state for CALIBR (i.e.,
Calibrate) using the
Key. Press the
ENTER Key to enter the new value.
4)
Leave the security state unchanged for
OUTPUT (i.e., Output/Hold) Mode by using
the ENTER Key Set, or if needed, change
the security state for OUTPUT using the
Key. Press the ENTER Key to enter the
new value.
5)
Leave the security state unchanged for
CONFIG (i.e., Modify Configure) State by
using the ENTER Key Set, or if needed,
change the security state for CONFIG
(i.e., Modify Configure) using the
Key.
Press the ENTER Key to enter the
new value.
6)
Leave the security state unchanged for
SPT.TUN (i.e., Setpoint/Tune) Mode by
using the ENTER Key Set, or if needed,
change the security state for SPT.TUN
(i.e., Setpoint/Tune) using the
Key.
Press the ENTER Key to enter the new
value.
7)
Change the password for all secured modes
and states using the
Key to increment
the blinking digit and the
Key to move
to the next digit, and press the ENTER
Key to enter the password.
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8)
Verify the new password using the
to increment the blinking digit and
Key to move to the next digit,
press the ENTER Key to enter
password.
Key
the
and
the
Note: If the password was not changed, the
verification of the old password will not be
required.
If the password is lost, the security can be
removed using the Reset Password State of
Operation. To reset the password, see Section
11, Utility Mode.
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SECTION 10 - SECONDARY DISPLAY MODE
INTRODUCTION
The TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer has two
display regions.
In the Measure Mode of
Operation, the primary display region shows
the measured process variable, and the
secondary display region can show a multitude
of process, sensor, or analyzer information.
This information can be viewed or set as the
displayed value when in the Measure Mode of
Operation.
SECONDARY DISPLAY STATE OF OPERATION
The Secondary Display Mode of Operation
contains seven states of operation that
provide
information
on
the
process
temperature, output current values, sensor
output, software revision, and spike status.
As seen in Figure 10-1, each Secondary Display
State can be sequentially viewed by using the
NEXT Smart Key. To have any given Secondary
Display State be continually shown in the
Measure Mode, press the ENTER Smart Key while
the desired state is displayed.
The TB84PH
Advantage Series analyzer will proceed to the
Measure Mode and display the entered Secondary
Display State in the secondary display region.
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SEC.DSP
Jump to last selected, may be
any of the following screens.
MEASURE
7.02
pH
23o C M
MEASURE
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
7.02
100KRZ
MEASURE
NEXT
pH
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
"M" indicates manual
temp compensation.
7.02
74 o F
MEASURE
pH
M
ENTER
pH
12.0MA1
ENTER
7.02
6.0MA2
MEASURE
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
-300MV
ENTER
pH
REV.A10
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
7.02
MEASURE
NEXT
pH
7.02
MEASURE
NEXT
7.02
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
Figure 10-1. Screen Flow Diagram For Secondary
Display States of Operation.
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SECTION 11 - SETPOINT/TUNE MODE
INTRODUCTION
The Setpoint/Tune Mode of Operation provides a
direct method to tune relay output parameters.
Though this mode of operation can not be used
to change the function a relay, it does
provide the ability to change relay parameters
pertinent to process control. To change the
relay
output
function,
see
Section
8,
Configure Mode.
SETPOINT/TUNE STATES OF OPERATION
The Setpoint/Tune Mode consists of three
states of operation: RELAY1, RELAY2, and
RELAY3.
Each state provides the ability to
update
operational
parameters
for
the
configured relay functions.
For instead if
Relay Output One is configured to function as
a
High
Process
Variable
Setpoint,
the
Setpoint, Deadband, and Time Delay will be
tunable
parameters
available
in
the
Setpoint/Tune Relay One State of Operation.
Since the tunable parameters are dependent on
the configured relay function, the following
sections will only describe the adjustment of
these parameters.
Setpoint Relay Output (Basic/Advanced)
A Setpoint Relay Output can be configured to
energize
when
the
Process
Variable
or
Temperature exceeds (i.e., a High Setpoint) or
falls below (i.e., a Low Setpoint) a defined
level. Valid Setpoint values are limited to
the Process Variable and/or Temperature range
of the TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer. See
Table 1-3, Specifications, for analyzer range
values.
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To prevent relay chatter, a Setpoint Relay
Output has an configurable Deadband.
The
Deadband control keeps the relay energized
until the Process Variable or Temperature has
decreased below a High Setpoint value or above
a Low Setpoint value by the Deadband value.
Valid Deadband values are 0.00 to 10.00 pH for
pH, 0 to 200 mV for ORP and pION, 0 to 10% of
the END.MAG (i.e., End Magnitude) for Ion
Concentration
Process Variable sources and 0
to 10oC (18oF) for Temperature sources.
A Time Delay control also refines the function
of a Setpoint Relay.
Entering a Time Delay
value greater than 0.0 minutes enables a
waiting period before energizing the relay
once the setpoint condition has been met.
Valid Time Delay values are 0.0 to 99.9
minutes.
Set the Setpoint parameters of a Relay Output
using Figure 8-11 as a reference and the
following procedure:
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1)
Set the Setpoint (i.e., LO SPT or HI SPT)
using the
Key to increment the
blinking digit and the
Key to move to
the next digit, and press the ENTER Key
to enter the new value.
2)
Set the Deadband (i.e., DBAND) using the
Key to increment the blinking digit and
the
Key to move to the next digit and,
press the ENTER Key to enter the new
value.
3)
Set the Time Delay in minutes (i.e.,
DLY.MIN) using the
Key to increment
the blinking digit and the
Key to move
to the next digit, and press the ENTER
Key to enter the new value.
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SETPT1
Display units and PV as configured.
CONFIG
EXIT
10.0
Display "HI" or "LO",
as configured.
pH
HI SPT
MEASURE
ENTER
0.50
pH
DBAND
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
0.0
*
DLY.MIN
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
RELAY1
RETURN
* 99.9 minutes is the
maximum allowable time
limit.
Figure 8-11. Screen Flow Diagram For Setting
the Setpoint Relay Output Configure State of
Operation.
Diagnostic Relay Output (Basic/Advanced)
A Diagnostic Relay Output simply energizes
when a diagnostic condition has been detected.
The relay can be configured to trigger on a
sensor,
instrument,
or
all
diagnostic
conditions.
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Set the trigger for the Diagnostic Relay
Output using Figure 8-12 as reference and the
following procedure:
1)
Set the Diagnostic trigger using the NEXT
Key to toggle between ALL, SENSOR, and
INSTR. (i.e., Instrument), and press the
ENTER Key to enter the new trigger.
CONFIG
EXIT
DIAGS1
Last selected
7.02
pH
ALL
MEASURE
ENTER
NEXT
7.02
pH
SENSOR
MEASURE
ENTER
7.02
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
pH
INSTR.
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
RELAY1
RETURN
Figure 8-12. Screen Flow Diagram For Setting
the Diagnostic Relay Output Configure State of
Operation.
Cycle Timer Relay Output (Advanced)
A Cycle Timer can only be sourced to the
Process Variable and can energize the relay
for either a High or Low setpoint condition.
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As with a Setpoint Relay Output, the Setpoint
condition functions in the same manner;
however, the Deadband control is replaced with
the Cycle Time.
Thus, a Cycle Timer will
energize the Relay Output for a set amount of
time (ON.TIME) and de-energize for the
remainder of the cycle (CYC.MIN). This cycle
repeats until the Setpoint condition is no
longer met. For more information on the Cycle
Timer, see Section 2, Overview.
Valid Setpoint values are limited to the
Process Variable range of the TB84PH Advantage
Series
analyzer.
See
Table
1-3,
Specifications, for analyzer range values.
Valid Cycle Time and On Time values are 0.0 to
99.9 minutes.
CYCLE
TIMER1
CONFIG
EXIT
10.0
Display "HI" or "LO",
as configured.
pH
LO SPT
MEASURE
ENTER
1.0
*
CYC.MIN
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
0.5
*
ON.MIN
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
RELAY1
RETURN
*99.9 minutes is the maximum
allowable time limit.
Figure 8-13. Screen Flow Diagram For Setting
the Cycle Timer Relay Output Configure State
of
SetOperation.
the Cycle Timer parameters of a Relay
Output using Figure 8-13 as reference and the
following procedure:
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1)
Set the Setpoint (i.e., LO SPT or HI SPT)
using the
Key to increment the
blinking digit and the
Key to move to
the next digit, and press the ENTER Key
to enter the new value.
2)
Set the Cycle Time in minutes (i.e.,
CYC.MIN) using the
Key to increment
the blinking digit and the
Key to move
to the next digit, and press the ENTER
Key to enter the new value.
3)
Set the On Time in minutes (i.e., ON.MIN)
using the
Key to increment the
blinking digit and the
Key to move to
the next digit, and press the ENTER Key
to enter the new value.
Cleaner Relay Output (Advanced)
Automatic sensor cleaning can be accomplished
using any one of the three relay outputs. At
a prescribed time interval, a Cleaner Relay
Output will energize and allow the activation
of a cleaning device. While in the energized
state, analog and relay outputs can be held to
values captured just prior to the cleaning
cycle (i.e., energized state).
If a relay
hold condition is not feasible, non-cleaner
relay outputs can be disable during a cleaning
cycle.
To specify a cleaning cycle, the Cycle, On,
and Recovery Times must be defined. The Cycle
Time defines the repeating period between
cleaning cycles, the On Time defines the
length of time the relay will be energized,
and the Recovery Time defines the length of
time after the relay has been de-energized
before the hold and/or disable condition(s)
will be removed.
Valid times for Cycle Time
are 0.0 to 99.9 hours and for On and Recovery
Times are 0.0 to 99.9 minutes.
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Set the Cleaner parameters of a Relay Output
using Figure 8-14 as reference and the
following procedure:
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1)
Set the Cycle Time in hours (i.e.,
CYC.HRS) using the
Key to increment
the blinking digit and the
Key to move
to the next digit, and press the ENTER
Key to enter the new value.
2)
Set the On Time in minutes (i.e., ON.MIN)
using the
Key to increment the
blinking digit and the
Key to move to
the next digit, and press the ENTER Key
to enter the new value.
3)
Set the Recovery Time in minutes (i.e.,
RCV.MIN) using the
Key to increment
the blinking digit and the
Key to move
to the next digit, and press the ENTER
Key to enter the new value.
4)
Hold the Analog Outputs (i.e., AO.HLD)
during the On and Recovery Times using
the YES Key, or leave the Analog Outputs
live during the On and Recovery Times
using the No Key.
5)
Hold the Relay Outputs (i.e., RO.HLD)
during the On and Recovery Times using
the YES Key, or continue onto the Disable
Relay Outputs State during the On and
Recovery Times using the No Key.
6)
Disable the Relay Outputs (i.e., RO.HLD)
during the On and Recovery Times using
the YES Key, or leave the Relay Outputs
live during the On and Recovery Times
using the No Key.
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CLNR1
CONFIG
EXIT
1.0
*
CYC.HRS
MEASURE
*
ON.MIN
*
ENTER
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
HLD.AO
YES
7.02
NO
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
HLD.RO
YES
MEASURE
RCV.MIN
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
ENTER
10.0
7.02
MEASURE
ENTER
1.0
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
7.02
NO
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
pH
DSBL.RO
YES
MEASURE
NO
RELAY1
RETURN
* 99.9 is the maximum allowable time limit.
Figure 8-14. Screen Flow Diagram For Setting
the Cleaner Relay Output Configure State of
Operation.
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SECTION 12 - UTILITY MODE
INTRODUCTION
The TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer contains
a Utility Mode of Operation that provides
access to powerful functions not used during
normal operating conditions. These functions
have been separated into two categories:
Factory and User.
Factory functions are
strictly reserved for ABB personnel.
User functions include Programming Mode, reset
configuration to default settings, remove
security, reset all parameters to default
settings, and software reboot functions.
FACTORY/USER STATE
The Factory and User States of Operation can
be accessed using the hidden fifth key located
directly above the NT in the ADVANTAGE text on
the keypad.
Once the hidden key has been
pressed, the textual prompt USER will be
displayed in the secondary display region.
Pressing the SELECT Smart Key brings the user
into the User State, pressing the NEXT Smart
Key brings the user to the Factory selection,
and pressing the Exit to MEASURE Smart Key
escapes back to the Measure Mode.
User State
The User State contains the primary toggle for
setting the Programming Mode, three reset
functions, and a software reboot operation
that initiates a self-test mode. Table 12-1
describes the function of each User State.
The NEXT Smart Key sequentially moves through
each of the four User States.
This cycle
repeats until a state is selected or the
escape function is chosen using the Exit to
MEASURE Smart Key. To select a state, press
the SELECT Smart Key when the desired User
State is shown in the secondary display
region.
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Table 12-1.
State
MODE
RST.CON
RST.SEC
RST.ALL
RST.SFT
User States
Function
Sets the Programming Mode that are
available in the Modify Configure
State of Operation.
Resets the configuration to factory
default settings.
Resets the security password and
removes all security.
Resets all programming parameters
such as configuration, calibration,
output/hold, security, secondary
display,
and
setpoint/tune
functions
to
factory
default
settings.
Resets the analyzer by repeating
the
boot-up
and
self-test
procedures.
Figure
12-1
identifies
the
Smart
Key
assignments and resulting action.
The
following section describes each of the User
States and their applicability.
Advanced/Basic Programming Mode User State
In order to simplify the configuration process
for a user who only needs a limited amount of
functionality, the TB84PH Advantage Series
analyzer contains two types of Programming
Modes: Basic and Advanced.
The Programming
Mode is defined by a nomenclature option.
The Basic Programming Mode contains a reduced
set of features found in the Advanced
Programming Mode.
Reducing the available
features helps streamline the configuration
process.
If the TB84PH Advantage Series
analyzer is ordered with Advanced Programming,
the Basic or Advanced Programming Mode can be
used.
Contact ABB for information
Programming upgrades.
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on
Advanced
12-2
USER
MODE
RETURN
7.02
pH
MODE
MEASURE
SELECT
pH
RST.CON
SELECT
7.02
pH
RST.SEC
MEASURE
NEXT
7.02
MEASURE
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
RST.SEC
RETURN
SELECT
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
MODE
RST.SEC
RST.CON
RETURN
RST.ALL
RETURN
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
7.02
RST.ALL
MEASURE
NEXT
pH
SELECT
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
RST.ALL
RST.CON
RST.SFT
RETURN
7.02
pH
RST.SFT
MEASURE
SELECT
MEASURE
CALIBRATE
OUT/HOLD
CONFIGURE
SECURITY
DISPLAY
SPT/TUNE
NEXT
MEASURE
RST.SFT
Figure 12-1. Screen Flow Diagram
States of Operation.
Reset Configuration User State
For
User
The Reset Configuration User State returns the
configuration to factory default settings.
See the Preface or Appendix C, Configuration
Worksheets, for software default settings.
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To
reset
the
configuration
to
factory
defaults, use the following procedure:
1)
Access the User Mode by pressing the
hidden button located directly above the
NT in the ADVANTAGE text on the keypad.
The text USER will appear in the
secondary display once the hidden button
has been pressed.
2)
Press the SELECT Key to access the User
Mode. The text MODE will appear in the
secondary display.
3)
Press the NEXT Key to display RST.CON
(i.e., Reset Configuration) text.
4)
Press the SELECT
configuration.
5)
Enter the security password (if the
Configure Mode has been secured) using
the
Key to increment the blinking
digit and the
Key to move to the next
digit, and press the ENTER Key to enter
the password.
6)
Confirm the reset operation when the text
RESET? is displayed by pressing the YES
Key, or abort the reset operation by
pressing the NO Key.
Key
to
reset
the
Reset Security User State
The Reset Security User State returns the
security to factory default settings.
The
factory default is security OFF for all
applicable modes and states (i.e., Calibrate,
Output/Hold,
Modify
Configure,
and
Setpoint/Tune).
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To remove the
procedure:
security,
use
the
following
1)
Access the User Mode by pressing the
hidden button located directly above the
NT in the ADVANTAGE text on the keypad.
The text USER will appear in the
secondary display once the hidden button
has been pressed.
2)
Press the SELECT Key to access the User
Mode. The text MODE will appear in the
secondary display.
3)
Press the NEXT Key until the secondary
display region shows RST.SEC (i.e., Reset
Security) text.
4)
Press the
security.
5)
Enter the security password 732 using
the
Key to increment the blinking
digit and the
Key to move to the next
digit, and press the ENTER Key to enter
the password.
6)
Confirm the reset operation when the text
RESET? is displayed by pressing the YES
Key, or abort the reset operation by
pressing the NO Key.
SELECT
Key
to
reset
the
Reset All User State
The Reset All User State returns all analyzer
parameters back to factory defaults.
This
includes
calibration,
output/hold,
configuration, security, secondary display,
and setpoint/tune values.
To reset all analyzer
following procedure:
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parameters,
use
the
1)
Access the User Mode by pressing the
hidden button located directly above the
NT in the ADVANTAGE text on the keypad.
The text USER will appear in the
secondary display once the hidden button
has been pressed.
2)
Press the SELECT Key to access the User
Mode. The text MODE will appear in the
secondary display.
3)
Press the NEXT Key until the secondary
display region shows RST.ALL (i.e., Reset
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ALL) text.
4)
Press the SELECT Key
analyzer parameters.
to
reset
all
5)
Enter the security password 255 using
the
Key to increment the blinking
digit and the
Key to move to the next
digit, and press the ENTER Key to enter
the password.
6)
Confirm the reset operation when the text
RESET? is displayed by pressing the YES
Key, or abort the reset operation by
pressing the NO Key.
Soft Boot User State
The Soft Boot User State initiates a software
reset. The software reset initiates boot-up
and self-test procedures.
All programmable
instrument parameters are unaffected by this
function.
To reboot the analyzer without affecting any
instrument parameters, use the following
procedure:
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1)
Access the User Mode by pressing the
hidden button located directly above the
NT in the ADVANTAGE text on the keypad.
The text USER will appear in the
secondary display once the hidden button
has been pressed.
2)
Press the SELECT Key to access the User
Mode. The text MODE will appear in the
secondary display.
3)
Press the NEXT Key until the secondary
display region shows RST.SFT (i.e., Reset
ALL) text.
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4)
Press the SELECT
reboot operation.
5)
Confirm the reboot operation when the
text RESET? is displayed by pressing the
YES Key, or abort the reset operation by
pressing the NO Key.
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Key
to
initiate
the
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SECTION 13 - DIAGNOSTICS
INTRODUCTION
The TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer performs
a number of diagnostic checks on hardware,
software, and sensor functions.
If a
nonconforming condition is detected, the user
is alerted to faults locally by a flashing
FAULT indicating icon and, if configured,
remotely by modulating Analog Output One
(i.e., Spike Output)and/or energizing a Relay
Output (i.e., Diagnostic Relay Output).
Diagnostic faults are interrogated using the
FAULT Info Smart Key. A short text string and
fault code are alternately shown in the
secondary display region. If multiple faults
exist, the FAULT Info Smart Key moves the user
to the next fault. Once all faults have been
interrogated, the analyzer returns to the
Measure Mode of Operation.
The following section describes the types of
fault conditions and their applicability to
the TB84PH Advantage Series functionality.
FAULT CODES
Fault
conditions
are
grouped
into
two
categories based on severity. Conditions that
result in degradation of analyzer performance
are reported as Problem Codes (PC), while
conditions that render the analyzer inoperable
are reported as Error Codes (EC).
Fault codes are reported in the secondary
display region in a first in, first out order
(i.e., the first detected fault condition is
the first condition that is displayed upon
interrogation). All active fault conditions
can be viewed at any time while in the Measure
Mode using the FAULT Info Smart Key.
A
flashing Fault icon indicates a new fault
condition that has not been interrogated. A
non-flashing Fault icon indicates all fault
conditions have been interrogated but not
resolved.
When all fault conditions are
resolved, the Fault icon and FAULT Info Smart
Key are de-energized.
Problem Codes
Problem Codes result from fault conditions
that impact the performance of the TB84PH
Advantage Series analyzer.
In most cases,
these conditions can be resolved by the user
using standard practices.
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The occurrence of a Problem Code fault
condition triggers the Fault icon to energize,
the Spike output to modulate (if configured),
and a Diagnostic Relay Output to energize (if
configured).
These diagnostic indicators
provide local and remote reporting capability.
Tables 13-1 and 13-2 contain all the Problem
Codes supported by the TB84PH Advantage Series
analyzer. Each entry lists the Problem Code
number, displayed text string, and a short
description of the fault.
See Section 14,
Troubleshooting,
for
resolving
a
fault
condition.
Table 13-1.
Common Problem Code Definitions
Problem
Codes
Text
String
Description
PC1
LO.GLS.Z
Low pH measuring electrode impedance.
PC2
HI.REF.Z
High reference electrode impedance.
PC4
GND LP
Ground Loop present or shorted sensor cable.
PC5
OPEN
Open sensor cable or sensor out of solution.
PC6
HI.AO1
Analog Output One above upper range value (+0.4 mA
Hystersis).
PC7
LO.AO1
Analog Output One below lower range value (-0.2 mA
Hystersis). Fault only applicable for 4-20 mA
configurations.
PC8
HI.PV
Process Variable above analyzer range.
PC9
LO.PV
Process Variable below analyzer range.
PC10
HI.TEMP
Temperature above analyzer range.
PC11
LO.TEMP
Temperature below analyzer range.
PC12
HI.T.AD
Open or missing temperature sensor.
PC13
LO.T.AD
Shorted temperature sensor.
PC14
+HI.OFF
Large positive sensor offset (greater than 180 mV).
PC15
-HI.OFF
Large negative sensor offset (less than -180 mV).
PC16
HI.EFF
High sensor efficiency (greater than 110%).
PC17
LO.EFF
Low sensor efficiency (less than 60%).
PC18
HI.AO2
Analog Output Two above upper range value (+0.4 mA
Hystersis).
PC19
LO.AO2
Analog Output Two below lower range value (+0.4 mA
Hystersis). Fault only applicable for 4-20 mA
configurations.
Table 13-2.
Problem
Codes
Text
String
PC20
BAD.SEE
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Description
Bad Serial EEPROM or pH/ORP/pION Input PCB Assembly.
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Problem
Codes
Text
String
Description
PC21
NO.F.CAL
Missing factory calibration and functional Serial EEPROM.
PC22
BLNK.uP
Blank microprocessor EEPROM.
PC23
SEE.EMI
Unverifiable SEEPROM bus read operation.
PC24
ROM.EMI
Unverifiable EEPROM/ROM bus read operation.
PC25
ROM.SUM
Incorrect EPROM Checksum.
PC30
PV.F.CAL
Out of range or missing factory calibration for the
Process Variable.
PC31
BA.F.CAL
Out of range or missing factory calibration for 3k Balco
temperature sensor.
PC32
PT.F.CAL
Out of range or missing factory calibration for Pt100
temperature sensor.
PC33
RZ.F.CAL
Out of range or missing factory calibration for reference
impedance measurement.
PC34
PV.CHKS
Incorrect or missing Process Variable checksum.
PC35
BA.CHKS
Incorrect or missing 3k Balco temperature sensor
checksum.
PC36
PT.CHKS
Incorrect or missing Pt100 temperature sensor checksum.
PC37
PZ.CHKS
Incorrect or missing reference impedance measurement
checksum.
PC40
HI.R.CKT
Reference impedance circuit failure - High range error.
PC41
LO.R.CKT
Reference impedance circuit failure - Low range error.
PC42
HI.RZ.AD
Reference impedance above analyzer A/D range.
PC43
LO.RZ.AD
Reference impedance below analyzer A/D range.
PC44
HI.G.CKT
pH measuring electrode impedance circuit failure - High
range error.
PC45
LO.G.CKT
pH measuring electrode impedance circuit failure - Low
range error.
PC46
HI.GL.AD
pH measuring electrode impedance above analyzer A/D
range.
PC47
LO.GL.AD
pH measuring electrode impedance below analyzer A/D
range.
PC48
HI.C.CKT
Cable diagnostic circuit failure - High range error.
PC49
LO.C.CKT
Cable diagnostic circuit failure - Low range error.
PC50
HI.CA.AD
Cable diagnostic signal above analyzer A/D range.
PC51
LO.CA.AD
Cable diagnostic signal below analyzer A/D range.
Error Codes
Error Codes result from fault conditions that
render the TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer
inoperable. In most cases, these conditions
can not be resolved by the user using standard
methods.
The
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of
an
Error
Code
fault
13-3
condition triggers the Fault icon to energize
and the Safe Mode outputs to enable (i.e., the
Analog Output One and Two currents are fixed
high or low based on the configured Safe Mode
levels). These diagnostic indicators provide
local and remote reporting capability.
Table 13-3 contains all the Error Codes
supported by the TB84PH Advantage Series
analyzer.
Each entry lists the Error Code
number, displayed text string, and a short
description of the fault condition.
See
Section 14, Troubleshooting, for resolving a
fault condition.
Table 13-3.
Error Code Definitions
Error
Codes
Text
String
Description
EC1
HI.PV.AD
Over range Process Variable A/D.
EC2
LO.PV.AD
Under range Process Variable A/D.
EC4
TC.PCB
Toroidal conductivity board with pH/ORP/pION firmware.
EC5
DO.PCB
Dissolved Oxygen board with pH/ORP/pION firmware.
EC6
TE.PCB
Two-electrode conductivity board with pH/ORP/pION
firmware.
EC7
EC.PCB
Four-electrode conductivity board with pH/ORP/pION
firmware.
Calibration Diagnostic Messages
The TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer performs
automatic efficiency and offset calculations
relative
to
a
theoretically
perfect
electrochemical and/or temperature sensor
during each calibration cycle.
Calibration
history is retained for future interrogation
using
the
Edit
Calibrate
State.
The
calibration constants that are displayed are
Efficiency and Offset for the Process Variable
and Slope and Offset for the Temperature.
An Efficiency of less than 60% or greater than
110% indicates a potentially bad process
calibration point or poor performing sensor.
Calibration values that yield Efficiency
values less than 40% or greater than 150% are
not accepted. In these cases, the text string
BAD.CAL (i.e., bad calibration) is displayed
in the secondary display region. The user is
returned to the beginning of the calibration
cycle after the bad calibration has been
reported.
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An Offset value of less than -180.0 mV or
greater than +180 mV also indicates a
potentially bad process calibration or poor
performing sensor.
Calibration values that
yield Offset values less than -1000 mV or
greater than +1000 mV are not accepted.
Again, a bad calibration will be reported, and
the user returned to the beginning of the
calibration cycle.
For temperature, a bad calibration will be
reported and calibration values will not be
accepted for Slope values that are less than
0.2 or greater thano 1.5 and Offset values o that
are less than -40 C or greater than +40 C.
Temperature calibrations use smart software
routines that automatically adjust the Slope,
Offset,
or
both
values
based
on
the
calibration
value
being
entered
and
calibration history if it exists.
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Additional Diagnostic Messages
Other diagnostic messages may appear during
analyzer programming. These messages include
BAD.VAL (i.e., bad value) and DENIED.
BAD.VAL indicates the attempted numeric entry
of a value which is out of the allowed
analyzer
range.
See
Table
1-3,
Specifications, for analyzer range limits.
DENIED indicates incorrect entry of a security
password. See Section 9, Security Mode, for
information on the Security Mode of Operation.
RAM.ERR indicates a Random Access Memory
read/write
error.
The
analyzer
will
automatically reset when this error has been
encountered.
If the analyzer continues to
reset, contact ABB for problem resolution.
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SECTION 14 - TROUBLESHOOTING
INTRODUCTION
This
section
provides
troubleshooting
information for the TB84PH Advantage Series
analyzer and associated sensor. Using Table
14-1, problem and error conditions can be
identified and the corrective action for these
conditions can be tested. Refer to Section
13, Diagnostics, for descriptions of problem
and error code conditions.
ANALYZER TROUBLESHOOTING
Table 14-1.
Problem
Code
Problem
Text
String
PC1
LO.GLS.Z
Corrective Action
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
PC2
HI.REF.Z
1)
2)
3)
4)
PC4
GND LP
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
PC5
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OPEN
Analyzer Troubleshooting Guide
1)
Verify sensor wiring is properly connected.
Verify glass electrode is intact. Replace sensor
if glass electrode is broken.
Remove any liquids, oils, scales or corrosion from
TB84PH terminal block or extension cable junction
box terminals.
Replace extension cable if
corrosion is present.
Verify sensor responds to pH buffers.
Replace
sensor if sensor does not respond.
Change configuration to proper analyzer type if
sensor is not a glass pH sensor.
Verify sensor wiring is properly connected.
Verify reference is clean.
Remove any foreign
material. See Section 14, Maintenance.
Clean sensor then verify sensor responds to pH
buffers.
Replace sensor if sensor does not
respond.
Change
configuration
to
increase
reference
impedance limit if sensor is functioning properly
in buffers and in the final installed location.
Verify sensor wiring is properly connected.
Verify sensor does not have any exposed wires from
nicks or equivalent.
Repair if possible or
replace.
Remove any liquids, oils, scales or corrosion from
TB84PH terminal block or extension cable junction
box terminals.
Replace extension cable if
corrosion is present.
Verify sensor responds to pH buffers.
Replace
sensor and/or sensor extension cable (if present)
if sensor does not respond.
Electronically test sensor.
Replace sensor if
sensor does not meet requirements.
See PC4 corrective actions.
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Problem
Code
Problem
Text
String
PC6
HI.AO1
Corrective Action
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Verify process conditions are within configured
output range.
If process variable is outside
configured range, increase output range.
Verify sensor wiring is properly connected.
Remove any liquids, oils, scales or corrosion from
TB84PH terminal block or extension cable junction
box terminals.
Replace extension cable if
corrosion is present.
Clean sensor and perform a buffer and process
calibration.
Conduct
a
temperature
calibration.
If
a
temperature sensor is not being used, verify the
analyzer is configured for TMP.SNS “NONE”.
Electronically test the sensor and temperature
compensator.
Replace sensor if sensor does not
meet requirements.
PC7
LO.AO2
1)
See PC6 corrective actions.
PC8
HI.PV
1)
2)
Verify process conditions are within analyzer
range. Process variable must be within analyzer
range.
Also See PC4 corrective actions.
PC9
LO.PV
1)
See PC8 corrective actions.
PC10
HI.TEMP
1)
2)
Verify process conditions are within analyzer
range. Process variable must be within analyzer
range.
Also see PC6 corrective actions.
PC11
LO.TEMP
1)
See PC10 corrective actions.
PC12
HI.T.AD
1)
2)
See PC10 corrective actions. If all items check
out, implement item 2.
Replace pH/ORP/pION Input PCB Assembly.
PC13
LO.T.AD
1)
See PC12 corrective actions.
PC14
+HI.OFF
1)
Clean Sensor and repeat buffer and/or process
calibration.
Inspect sensor and cabling for shorts. Remove all
potential shorts to ground, conduit or metal
surfaces.
If sensor is functioning properly, order a spare
sensor to replace the existing sensor.
Replace
existing sensor with spare when analyzer does not
accept calibration values.
2)
3)
PC15
-HI.OFF
1)
See PC14 corrective actions.
PC16
HI.EFF
1)
Verify the proper buffer values were used
calibration and repeat buffer calibration.
Clean sensor and repeat buffer calibration.
2)
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Problem
Code
Problem
Text
String
PC17
LO.EFF
Corrective Action
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Verify the proper buffer values were used for
calibration and repeat buffer calibration.
Clean sensor and repeat buffer calibration.
Look for shorts in the sensor and extension cable,
if present. Remove all potential shorts.
Remove any liquids, oils, scales or corrosion from
TB84PH terminal block or extension cable junction
box terminals.
Replace extension cable if
corrosion is present.
If sensor is functioning properly, order a new
sensor to replace existing sensor once the analyzer
does not accept calibration values.
PC18
HI.AO2
1)
See PC6 corrective actions.
PC19
LO.AO2
2)
See PC6 corrective actions.
PC20
BAD.SEE
1)
Input PCB Factory calibration constants can not be
loaded.
Calibrate sensor and order replacement
pH/ORP/pION Input PCB Assembly.
Existing PCB
should properly function until new assembly is
received.
PC21
NO.F.CAL
1)
Contact
Factory
for
calibration
procedure.
Calibrate sensor for short-term usage until factory
calibration can be performed.
PC22
BLNK.uP
1)
2)
Cycle analyzer power.
Contact Factory.
PC23
SEE.EMI
1)
See PC22 corrective action.
PC24
ROM.EMI
1)
See PC22 corrective action.
PC25
ROM.SUM
1)
See PC22 corrective action.
PC30
PV.F.CAL
1)
Contact
Factory
for
calibration
procedure.
Calibrate sensor for short-term usage until factory
calibration can be performed.
PC31
BA.F.CAL
1)
Contact
Factory
for
calibration
procedure.
Calibrate temperature sensor for short-term usage
until factory calibration can be performed.
PC32
PT.F.CAL
1)
See PC31 corrective action.
PC33
RZ.F.CAL
1)
PC34
PV.CHKS
1)
2)
Contact
Factory
for
calibration
procedure.
Reference
impedance
diagnostic
will
not
be
operational until factory calibration is performed.
Disable Di
agnostics until factory calibration can be performed.
3)
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Cycle analyzer power.
Remove analyzer from installed location and
relocate to a noise-free environment. If problem
does not appear, the analyzer will need a different
final location or additional shielding of the
analyzer and/or wiring is necessary for proper
function.
Contact Factory.
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Problem
Code
Problem
Text
String
Corrective Action
PC35
BA.CHKS
1)
See PC34 corrective actions.
PC36
PT.CHKS
1)
See PC34 corrective actions.
PC37
PZ.CHKS
1)
See PC34 corrective actions.
PC40
HI.R.CKT
1)
See PC2 corrective actions.
If the sensor and
connections are not the cause, proceed to item 2.
Input PCB reference impedance circuit failure
exists. Disable diagnostics and order replacement
pH/ORP/pION Input PCB Assembly.
Existing PCB
should properly function until new assembly is
received.
2)
PC41
LO.R.CKT
1)
2)
3)
Verify sensor wiring is properly connected.
Electronically test the sensor. Replace sensor if
sensor does not meet requirements.
Input PCB reference impedance circuit failure
exists. Disable diagnostics and order replacement
pH/ORP/pION Input PCB Assembly.
Existing PCB
should properly function until new assembly is
received.
PC42
HI.RZ.AD
1)
Input PCB reference impedance circuit failure
exists. Disable Diagnostics and order replacement
pH/ORP/pION Input PCB Assembly.
Existing PCB
should properly function until new assembly is
received.
PC43
LO.RZ.AD
1)
See PC42 corrective actions.
PC44
HI.G.CKT
1)
See PC4 corrective actions.
If the sensor and
connections are not the cause, proceed to item 2.
Input PCB glass pH impedance circuit failure
exists. Disable diagnostics and order replacement
pH/ORP/pION Input PCB Assembly.
Existing PCB
should properly function until new assembly is
received.
2)
PC45
LO.G.CKT
1)
2)
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See PC1 corrective actions.
If the sensor and
connections are not the cause, proceed to item 2.
Input PCB glass pH impedance circuit failure
exists. Disable Diagnostics and order replacement
pH/ORP/pION Input PCB Assembly.
Existing PCB
should properly function until new assembly is
received.
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Problem
Code
Problem
Text
String
Corrective Action
PC46
HI.GL.AD
1)
Input PCB glass pH impedance circuit failure
exists. Disable diagnostics and order replacement
pH/ORP/pION Input PCB Assembly.
Existing PCB
should properly function until new assembly is
received.
PC47
LO.GL.AD
1)
See PC46 corrective actions.
PC48
HI.C.CKT
1)
2)
Verify sensor wiring is properly connected.
Remove any liquids, oils, scales or corrosion from
TB84PH terminal block or extension cable junction
box terminals.
Replace extension cable if
corrosion is present.
Electronically test the sensor. Replace sensor if
sensor does not meet requirements.
Input PCB cable diagnostic circuit failure exists.
Disable
Diagnostics
and
order
replacement
pH/ORP/pION Input PCB Assembly.
Existing PCB
should properly function until new assembly is
received.
3)
4)
PC49
LO.C.CKT
1)
See PC48 corrective actions.
PC50
HI.CA.AD
1)
Input PCB cable diagnostic circuit failure exists.
Disable
Diagnostics
and
order
replacement
pH/ORP/pION Input PCB Assembly.
Existing PCB
should properly function until new assembly is
received.
PC51
LO.CA.AD
1)
See PC50 corrective actions.
WARNING
All
error
conditions
are
considered
catastrophic.
When such an error has been
reported, the analyzer should be replaced
with a known-good analyzer.
The nonfunctional analyzer should be returned to the
factory for repair. Contact the factory for
a Return Materials Authorization (RMA)
number.
SENSOR TROUBLESHOOTING
If the sensor is suspected of being the source
of problems, a quick visual inspection in many
cases will identify the problem. If nothing
can be seen, a few electrical tests using a
digital multimeter can be performed to
determine if the sensor is at fault. Some of
these tests can be performed with the sensor
either in or out of the process stream.
Visual Sensor Inspection
Remove
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from
the
process
and
14-5
visually check the following:
Sensor body
Inspect the sensor body for cracks and
distortions.
If any are found, contact ABB
for alternative sensor styles and materials.
Cable and connectors
Inspect the sensor cable for cracks, cuts, or
shorts.
If a junction box and/or extension
cable are used, check for moisture, oil,
corrosion,
and/or
particulates.
All
connections must be dry, oil-free, corrosionfree, and particulate-free.
Even slight
amounts of moisture, skin oils, corrosion, and
particulates can short sensor signals due to
the high impedance of these signals. If a BNC
connector is used, check to see that it is dry
and not shorting against any metal, earth
grounds, or conduit.
Measuring electrode
Inspect the glass electrode for breaks or
cracks. If breakage is a problem, contact ABB
for
alternative
electrode
choices
or
suggestions
regarding
alternate
sensor
mounting locations.
Inspect the measurement electrode for foulants
or scales.
Many scales are not noticeable
when the sensor is wet. Using a tissue, dry
the glass electrode and hold it up to a bright
light.
Scaling will appear as a whitish,
textured material on the surface of the
electrode. Films will usually have a streaky,
multi-colored appearance. Clean the electrode
if it is fouled or scaled. See Section 15,
Maintenance, for sensor cleaning procedures.
Reference junction
Inspect the reference junction (the area
between
the
sensor
body
and
measuring
electrode) for heavy foulants or scaling. If
foulants or hardness scales are present,
remove foreign material using the procedures
described in Section 15, Maintenance.
When mechanically cleaning the sensor, always
use a soft bristle brush in order to avoid
damaging the insulating coating on the
solution ground (i.e., the metallic collar
around the measuring electrode if present).
This coating is only present on the outer
diameter next to the reference junction and
must be intact for the reference diagnostics
to function properly.
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If the junction (especially a wood junction)
has been attacked by the process chemicals,
contact ABB for alternate junction materials.
Solution ground and O-ring seals
On TBX Advantage sensors, inspect the solution
ground (i.e., the metallic collar around the
measuring electrode if present) and sealing Orings for attack by the process liquid.
If
the
solution
ground
shows
evidence
of
corrosion or deterioration and/or the O-rings
appear distorted or swollen, contact ABB for
alternate material choices.
Sensor Electronic Test
The pH/ORP/pION sensor can be electronically
tested to verify the integrity of the sensor
elements and cable.
These tests require a
Digital
Multimeter
(DMM)
that
has
a
conductance function capable of measuring from
0 to 200 nS.
The sensor leads and automatic temperature
compensator leads must be disconnected from
the analyzer before these tests can be
performed. Also the sensor must be placed in
a container of water or buffer solution. If
the sensor is a standard ABB sensor (i.e.,
TB5) which does not have a solution ground and
has a BNC, the center conductor will be
equivalent to the blue lead (i.e., Sense) and
the shell will be equivalent to the black lead
(i.e., Reference). Check the sensor using the
following procedure.
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5. Check the conductance of the sensor
measurement electrode by measuring across the
blue and green leads. The conductance must be
1 to 10 nS when the sensor and o solution in
contact with the sensor is at 25 C. (If the
sensor and solution are above or below 25oC,
the conductance value can be estimated as onehalf theo conductance for every eight degrees
above 25 C or double the
conductance for every
eight degrees below 25oC.)
6. Check the voltage of the sensor reference
electrode by measuring across the black lead
for the sensor under test and the black lead
of a known good sensor. For this test, the
sensor under test must be removed from the
process and placed into a buffer solution.
The known good sensor must also be placed in
the same buffer solution. The voltage must be
between -180 mV and +180 mV.
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SECTION 15 - MAINTENANCE
INTRODUCTION
The reliability of any stand-alone product or
control system is affected by maintenance of
the equipment.
ABB recommends that all
equipment
users
practice
a
preventive
maintenance program that will keep the
equipment operating at an optimum level.
Personnel performing preventive maintenance
should be familiar with the TB84PH Advantage
Series analyzer.
WARNING
Allow only qualified personnel (refer to
INTENDED USER in SECTION 1 - INTRODUCTION) to
commission, operate, service or repair this
equipment. Failure to follow the procedures
described
in
this
instruction
or
the
instructions provided with related equipment
can result in an unsafe condition that can
injure personnel and damage equipment.
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
Table 15-1 is the preventive maintenance
schedule and check list for the TB84PH
Advantage Series analyzer.
The table lists
the preventive maintenance tasks in groups
according to their specified maintenance
interval.
The maintenance intervals are
recommendations and may vary depending on the
location
environment
and
the
process
application. As a minimum, these recommended
maintenance tasks should be performed during
an extended process shutdown. Tasks in Table
15-1 are self-explanatory.
For sensor
cleaning procedures, refer to CLEANING THE
SENSOR.
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Table 15-1. Preventive Maintenance Schedule
Preventive Maintenance Tasks
Check and clean all wiring and
wiring connections
Clean and inspect sensor
Clean and lubricate all gaskets and
O-rings
Analyzer output calibration
Sensor calibration
Interval
(months)
12
As required.
Each time seals
are broken.
12
As required.
Cleaning the Sensor
ABB pH/ORP/pION sensors are cleaned using one
or a combination of the following methods.
These are recommendations and may not be
suitable for all applications. Other cleaning
methods may be developed that better suit
particular applications.
When cleaning,
observe all safety precautions required for
handling chemicals. When handling chemicals,
always use gloves, eye protection, safety
shield, and similar protective items, and
consult Material Safety Data Sheets.
WARNING
Consider the material compatibility between
cleaning
fluids
and
process
liquids.
Incompatible fluids can react with each other
causing injury to personnel and equipment
damage.
WARNING
Use solvents only in well ventilated areas.
Avoid prolonged or repeated breathing of
vapors or contact with skin.
Solvents can
cause nausea, dizziness, and skin irritation.
In some cases, overexposure to solvents has
caused nerve and brain damage. Solvents are
flammable - do not use near extreme heat or
open flame.
Acid Dip
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Dip the tip of the sensor into a one to five
percent hydrochloric acid (HCl) solution until
this region is free of the unwanted coating.
Minimize expose of any metal on the sensor, if
present, to this cleaning solution. Corrosion
may occur.
This method removes scales from
water hardness. After dipping, rinse sensor
with water.
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Solvent Dip
Dip the sensor into a solvent such as
isopropyl alcohol.
Remove solvent using a
clean cloth.
Do not use solvents which are
known to be incompatible with the plastic of
the sensor.
This method removes organic
coatings.
After dipping, rinse sensor with
water.
Physical Cleaning
Use a rag, acid brush, or tooth brush to
remove
especially
thick
scales
and
accumulations. Take caution in cleaning the
glass pH electrode, if present, to prevent
glass breakage.
When mechanically cleaning the sensor, always
use a soft bristle brush in order to avoid
damaging the insulating coating on the
solution ground (i.e., the metallic collar
around the measuring electrode if present).
This coating is only present on the outer
diameter next to the reference junction and
must be intact for the reference diagnostics
to function properly.
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SECTION 16 - REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES
INTRODUCTION
Due to the modular design of the TB84PH
Advantage Series analyzer, the replacement of
an
assembly
can
be
easily
completed.
Replacements are available for each major
assembly. These include the pH/ORP/pION input
PCB, microprocessor PCB, power supply PCB,
front bezel, shell, and rear cover assemblies.
This section provides removal and installation
procedures for these assemblies. Use Figure
16-1 as a reference during removal and
installation procedures.
NOTE: Refer to Section 3 for special handling
procedures when removal of electronic assemblies
is required.
WARNING
WARNING
Substitution of any components other than
those assemblies listed in this section will
compromise the certification listed on the
analyzer
nameplate.
Invalidating
the
certifications can lead to unsafe conditions
that
can
injure
personnel
and
damage
equipment.
Do not disconnect equipment unless power has
been switched off at the source or the area
is known to be nonhazardous. Disconnecting
equipment in a hazardous location with source
power on can produce an ignition-capable arc
that
can
injure
personnel
and
damage
equipment.
ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLY REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT
1. Turn off power to the analyzer. Allow at
least 1 minute for the analyzer to discharge.
2. Remove the Front Bezel Assembly by
unscrewing the four captive screws and lightly
pulling the bezel from the shell.
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3. Remove the four 6-32 machine screws that
retain the Power Supply and pH/ORP/pION Input
PCB assemblies if both assemblies or the
Microprocessor
PCB
Assembly
are
being
replaced.
4. Release the keypad ribbon cable connector
latch located on the outside edges of the
connector and remove the ribbon cable from the
connector.
5. Remove the two 6-32 machine screws that
retain the Microprocessor PCB Assembly.
6. Replace the appropriate PCB assembly and
follow the reverse of this procedure to reassemble the analyzer.
FRONT BEZEL ASSEMBLY REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT
1. Turn off power to the analyzer. Allow at
least 1 minute for the analyzer to discharge.
2. Remove the Power Supply, pH/ORP/pION Input,
Microprocessor PCB Assemblies as described in
Electronic
Assembly
Removal/Replacement
procedure.
3. Attach the Power Supply, pH/ORP/pION Input,
and Microprocessor PCB Assemblies to the new
Front Bezel Assembly, and install it into the
Shell Assembly as described in Electronic
Assembly Removal/Replacement procedure.
SHELL ASSEMBLY REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT
1. Turn off power to the analyzer. Allow at
least 1 minute for the analyzer to discharge.
2. Remove the Front Bezel Assembly by
unscrewing the four captive screws and lightly
pulling the bezel from the shell.
3. Remove
the
Rear
Cover
Assembly
unscrewing the four captive screws.
by
4. Replace the old Shell Assembly with the new
one.
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5. Install the Rear Cover and Front Bezel
Assemblies and tighten the eight captive
screws.
REAR COVER ASSEMBLY REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT
1. Turn off power to the analyzer. Allow at
least 1 minute for the analyzer to discharge.
2. Remove
the
Rear
Cover
Assembly
unscrewing the four captive screws.
by
3. Replace with the new Rear Cover Assembly.
4. Tighten the four captive screws.
REAR COVER
KIT
4TB9515-0214
TAG
CARSON CITY, NV.
MICROPROCESSOR PCB
FRONT BEZEL
ASSEMBLY KIT
KIT
4TB9515-0199
4TB9515-0208 (STD)
4TB9515-0210 (FM)
1/2" LIQUID TITE FITTING KIT 4TB9515-0163
FOR TB5 SENSORS
SHELL KIT
4TB9515-0212
POWER SUPPLY
PCB ASSEMBLY
4TB9515-0207
1/2" LIQUID TITE FITTING KIT 4TB9515-0165
FOR TBX5 SENSOR WITH TC
PG9 LIQUID TITE FITTING KIT 4TB9515-0191
FOR SIGNAL WIRING
pH/ORP/pION INPUT
PCB ASSEMBLY KIT
4TB9515-0153
Figure 16-1.
Assignments.
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SECTION 17 - SUPPORT SERVICES
INTRODUCTION
ABB Controls is ready to help in the use and
repair of its products.
Requests for sales
and/or application services should be made to
the nearest sales or service office.
Factory support in the use and repair of the
TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer can be
obtained by contacting:
ABB Inc.
9716 S. Virginia ST., Ste.E
Reno, Nevada
89511 USA
Phone: 1(775)850-4800
Facsimile: 1(775)850-4808
Web Site: www.abb.com/instrumentation
RETURN MATERIALS PROCEDURES
If any equipment should need to be returned
for repair or evaluation, please contact ABB
Inc. at (775)883-4366, or your local ABB
representative
for
a
Return
Materials
Authorization (RMA) number. At the time the
RMA number is given, repair costs will be
provided, and a customer purchase order will
be requested.
The RMA and purchase order
numbers must be clearly marked on all
paperwork and on the outside of the return
package container (i.e., packing box).
Equipment returned to ABB Inc. with incorrect
or incomplete information may result in
significant delays or non-acceptance of the
shipment.
REPLACEMENT PARTS
When making repairs at your facility, order
spare parts kits from a ABB sales office.
Provide the following information.
1. Spare parts kit description, part number,
and quantity.
2. Model and serial number (if applicable).
3. ABB instruction manual number, page number,
and reference figure that identifies the spare
parts kit.
When you order standard parts from ABB, use
the part numbers and descriptions from
RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS KITS sections. Order
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parts without commercial descriptions from the
nearest ABB sales office.
RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS KITS
Table 17-1.
Part Number
4TB9515-0124
4TB9515-0125
4TB9515-0123
4TB9515-0156
4TB9515-0208
4TB9515-0210
4TB9515-0212
4TB9515-0214
4TB9515-0163
4TB9515-0165
4TB9515-0191
4TB9515-0198
4TB9515-0207
4TB9515-0199
4TB9515-0153
4TB9515-0164
4TB9515-0166
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Spare Parts Kits
Description
Pipe Mount Kit
Hinge Mount Kit
Panel Mount Kit
Wall Mount Kit
Front Bezel Kit - Standard
Front Bezel Kit - FM Version
Shell Kit
Rear Cover Kit
½" Liquid-Tite Cable Grip
Fitting Kit - Compatible with
TBX5 Sensors
½" Liquid-Tite Cable Grip
Fitting Kit - Compatible with
TB5 Sensors
PG9 Liquid-Tite Cable Grip
Fitting Kit - Compatible with
most signal cabling sizes
Complete Cable Grip Kit - Two
½" Liquid-Tite Cable Grips
(p/n 4TB9515-0165) and three
PG9 Liquid-Tite Cable Grips
(p/n 4TB9515-0165)
Power Supply PCB Assembly Kit
Microprocessor PCB Assembly
Kit
pH/ORP/pION Input PCB
Assembly Kit
BNC/TC to TB84PH Pin Adapter
BNC to TB84PH Pin Adapter w/
½" Liquid-Tite Fitting For
Sensors w/ BNC (i.e., TB5
Sensors)
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T
analyzer.
= Temperature of the solution in oC
after applying the factory and
process calibration values.
For example, solution coefficients for pure
water applications are:
Pure Water
= +0.18 pH/10ooC
Pure Water w/ 1ppm Ammonia = +0.31 pH/10 C
For the TB84PH Advantage Series analyzer, the
solution coefficient will either add (+) or
subtract (-) a configured
amount of the
process variable per 10oC to the Nernstian
compensated process variable.
Thus, an
application having a process liquid that
decreases in its pH value as the temperature
increases should use a positive (+) solution
coefficient correction factor. Conversely, an
application having a process liquid that
increases in its pH value as the temperature
increases should use a negative (-) solution
coefficient correction factor.
For ORP and
pION analyzer types, the solution coefficient
adjusts the uncompensated process variable and
does not use the Nerstian relationship.
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APPENDIX B - PROGRAMMING TEXT STRING GLOSSARY
GENERAL
When programming the TB84PH Advantage Series
analyzer, the six digit, alphanumeric region
will display a wide variety of text prompts.
In many cases, these prompts are abbreviations
or portions of words. This section contains a
complete list of the text prompts and their
full text equivalent.
GLOSSARY OF PROGRAMMING TEXT PROMPTS
Table B-1. Glossary of Text Prompts
TEXT STRING
DESCRIPTION
1PT.CAL
One Point Calibration
20MA.PT
20 Milliamp Point
2PT.CAL
Two Point Calibration
3K.BLCO
3 kohm Balco (Temperature Compensation)
4MA.PT
4 Milliamp Point
REV.A10
Software Revision A10
ADVNCD
Advanced (Programming Mode)
ANALZR
Analyzer State
ANTMNY
Antimony (pH Sensor with Antimony Measurement
Electrode)
ASY.POT
Asymmetric Potential
AUT.SOL
Automatic Temperature Compensation (Nernstian)
with Solution Coefficient
AUTO
Automatic Temperature Compensation (Nernstian)
BAD.CAL
Bad Calibration - Entered values caused the
calculated values to exceed maximum values.
BAD.VAL
Bad Value - Entered value exceeded maximum
allowable value for the entered parameter.
CALIBR
Calibrate Mode
CONFIG
Configure Mode
DAMPNG
Damping State
DIAGS
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TEXT STRING
DESCRIPTION
DISABL
Disable
END.MV
Ending Millivolt Point (For Specific Ion
Concentration configuration only).
END.MAG
Ending Magnitude Point (For Specific Ion
Concentration configuration only).
FAIL.HI
Fail High (i.e., 20 mA)
FAIL.LO
Fail Low (i.e., 4 mA)
HI.VAL
High Calibration (Buffer or Standard) Value
ION.CAL
Specific Ion Calibration
ION.CON
Specific Ion Concentration
ISO.PT
Isopotential Point
---KRZ
Reference Impedance in kohms where --- is the
impedance value.
LO.VAL
Low Calibration (Buffer or Standard) Value
MAGS
Magnitudes - Number of decades the output range
will cover (For Specific Ion Concentration
configuration only).
MV/10C
Millivolt per 10oC (Solution Coefficient value for
Automatic Nernstian with Solution Coefficient
Temperature Compensation)
NEW.VAL
New Calibration Value - The PV or Temperature
value expected during a One Point or Temperature
Calibration.
NON.LIN
Non-Linear Output State
ORP.CAL
ORP Calibration State
OUT.CAL
Output Calibration State
PASSWD
Security Password
PH.CAL
pH Calibration State
PH.GLAS
pH Glass (pH Sensor with Glass Measurement
Electrode)
PT 100
Pt100 Ohm RTD
REF Z
REL.HLD
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Release Hold
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TEXT STRING
RERANG
DESCRIPTION
Rerange State
RST.ALL
Reset All Parameters to Factory Settings
RST.CAL
Reset Calibration Constant and Data to Factory
Settings
RST.CON
Reset Configurations to Factory Defaults
RST.SEC
Reset Security - Remove any existing security.
SAFE.MD
Safe Mode State
SEC.DSP
Secondary Display Mode
SECS
Seconds
SECUR
Security Mode
SPK.MAG
Spike Output Magnitude
SPK.OFF
Spike Output Function set to Off (i.e., Disable)
STABL?
Is the displayed Process Variable Stable?
TC.TYPE
Temperature Compensation Type State
TMP.CAL
Temperature Calibration State
TMP.SNS
Temperature Sensor Type State
TMPoC
Temperature in degrees Celsius
VALENC
Ion Valence State (For Specific Ion Concentration
configuration only).
X-1
Nonlinear X Input Point value for Breakpoint 1 in
percentage of input.
Y-1
Nonlinear Y Output Point value for Breakpoint 1 in
percentage of output.
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T B 8 2 P H F u n c tio n F lo w T r e e
M e a s u re
C a lib ra te
O u t/H o ld
C o n fig u re
S e c u rity
D is p la y
S P T /T u n e
p H /O R P /p IO N
C a lib r a tio n
H o ld /R e le a s e
H o ld O u tp u t
M o d ify /V ie w
S ecu red M o d es
T e m p e ra tu re (C )
R e la y 1
R e ra n g e O u tp u t
B a s ic /A d v a n c e d
T e m p e ra tu re (F )
R e la y 2
C u rre n t O u tp u t
(m A )
R e la y 3
1 p o in t c a l ib r a t io n
2 p o in t c a l ib r a t io n
4 m A p o in t
2 0 m A p o in t
T e m p e ra tu re
C a lib r a tio n
A n a ly z e r
D a m p in g
Seconds
E d it C a lib r a tio n
S p ik e O u tp u t
O n /O ff
R e s e t C a lib r a tio n
C a l ib r a t e
O u tp u t
C o n f ig u r e
p H , O R P , p IO N
Io n C o n c e n t r a t i o n
u n i ts
v a le n c e
m a g n i tu d e ( l o g )
e n d m a g n i tu d e
e n d m illiv o lt
Sensor Type
p H , A n tim o n y
C u s to m
Passw o rd
D ia g n o s tic
A la r m s
R e f e r e n c e In p e d a n c e
S e n s o r In p u t
(m V )
O u tp u t
C a lib r a tio n
T e m p e ra tu re
Sensor
N o n e , 3 k B a lc o , P t1 0 0
T e m p e ra tu re
C o m p e n s a tio n
M a n u a l, A u to , A u to
S o lu tio n
S p ik e O u tp u t
S ta te
S o ftw a re
R e v is io n
A n a lo g O u tp u t
O ne R ange
4 m A /2 0 m A V a lu e s o r
0 m A /2 0 m A V a lu e s
N o n lin e a r
A n a lo g O u tp u t
T w o R ange
P V o r T e m p e r a tu r e
4 m A /2 0 m A V a lu e s o r
0 m A /2 0 m A V a lu e s
R e la y O u tp u t O n e
S e t p o in t , D i a g n o s t i c s ,
C y c le T im e r , o r C le a n e r
R e la y O u tp u t T w o
S e t p o in t , D i a g n o s t i c s ,
C y c le T im e r , o r C le a n e r
R e la y O u tp u t
T h ree
S e t p o in t , D ia g n o s t ic s ,
C y c le T im e r , o r C le a n e r
D a m p in g
Seconds
D ia g n o s tic s
O n /O ff
S a fe M o d e O n e
H ig h / L o w
S a fe M o d e T w o
H ig h / L o w
S p ik e N o tific a tio n
P e r c e n t M a g n itu d e
N o te : F u n c tio n s in ita lic s a r e o n ly a v a ila b le o n T B 8 2 v e r s io n s w ith A d v a n c e d p r o g r a m m in g n o m e n c la tu r e o p tio n .
Figure B-1. TB84PH Programming Function Flow Chart.
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APPENDIX C - CONFIGURATION WORKSHEETS
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Prior to installation, the equipment referred to in this
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Periodic checks must be made on the equipment's
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