Emerson Oxymitter 4000 Instruction manual

Instruction Manual
IB-106-340 Rev. 2.4
April, 2001
Oxymitter 4000
Oxygen Transmitter
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ESSENTIAL INSTRUCTIONS
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Rosemount Analytical designs, manufactures and tests its products to meet many national and
international standards. Because these instruments are sophisticated technical products, you
MUST properly install, use, and maintain them to ensure they continue to operate within their
normal specifications. The following instructions MUST be adhered to and integrated into your
safety program when installing, using, and maintaining Rosemount Analytical products. Failure to
follow the proper instructions may cause any one of the following situations to occur: Loss of life;
personal injury; property damage; damage to this instrument; and warranty invalidation.
• Read all instructions prior to installing, operating, and servicing the product.
• If you do not understand any of the instructions, contact your Rosemount Analytical representative for clarification.
• Follow all warnings, cautions, and instructions marked on and supplied with the product.
• Inform and educate your personnel in the proper installation, operation, and maintenance of the product.
• Install your equipment as specified in the Installation Instructions of the appropriate Instruction Manual and per applicable local and national codes. Connect all products to the
proper electrical and pressure sources.
• To ensure proper performance, use qualified personnel to install, operate, update, program,
and maintain the product.
• When replacement parts are required, ensure that qualified people use replacement parts
specified by Rosemount. Unauthorized parts and procedures can affect the product’s performance, place the safe operation of your process at risk, and VOID YOUR WARRANTY.
Look-alike substitutions may result in fire, electrical hazards, or improper operation.
• Ensure that all equipment doors are closed and protective covers are in place, except
when maintenance is being performed by qualified persons, to prevent electrical shock
and personal injury.
The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice.
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HIGHLIGHTS OF CHANGES
Effective May, 1998 Rev. 2.0
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Summary
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Modified existing manual to accommodate integrally mounted SPS 4000
Single Probe Autocalibration Sequencer information.
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Added locks for the electronic housing covers throughout the manual.
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Changed test gas to calibration gas throughout the manual.
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Changed reference gas to reference air throughout the manual.
Page P-1
Added symbols.
Page 1-1
Added product matrix information.
Page 1-4
Indicated that heater thermocouple and diffusion element are field replaceable (paragraph 1-2.d.4).
Page 1-4
Added paragraph 1-2.d.9(c) to indicate a third method to calibrate and
troubleshoot an Oxymitter 4000.
Page 1-10
Added 0 to 40% O2 range via HART. Added manual to calibration types.
Updated signal specifications.
Pages 1-12 and 1-13
Added product matrix (Table 1-1).
Page 1-13 and 1-14
Added Tables 1-2, 1-3, 1-4.
Page 2-1
Deleted adapter plate disassembly recommendation from paragraph
2-1b2.
Page 2-8
Changed horizontal to vertical in paragraph 2-1.b.5.
Page 2-9
Added CE compliance NOTE.
Page 3-2
Added 0 to 40% O2 range to paragraphs 3-1.c.2 and 3-1.e.2.
Page 3-4
Expanded paragraphs 3-2, 3-2.a, and 3-2.b to further describe logic I/O.
Changed 1 Kohm to 330 ohm in paragraph 3-2.a.
Page 5-3
Added NOTE concerning HART Communicator warmup period.
Page 5-4
Identified logic I/O defaults in Table 5-1.
Pages 5-5, 5-6, and
5-7
Modified HART menu tree (Figure 5-3).
Page 5-8
Added WARNING about removing the Oxymitter 4000 from any automatic control loops prior to performing a calibration.
Page 5-9
Added paragraph 5-8 to explain the procedure to enter a timed calibration via HART.
Page 6-1
Added overview paragraph 6-1. Expanded calibration paragraph (new
paragraph 6-2) to include test gas checks and calibration types. Expanded calibration paragraph (new paragraph 6-2) to include calibration
types.
HIGHLIGHTS OF CHANGES (CONTINUED)
Effective May, 1998 Rev. 2.0 (Continued)
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Page 6-4
Updated Figure 6-3 to include last calibration failed alarm.
Page 6-6
Added fault 14 to Table 6-1.
Page 6-14
Added NOTE to determine when to replace the diffusion element.
Page 7-1
Added general troubleshooting information to paragraph 7-1. Added 4-20
mA line output information to paragraph 7-3 and Table 7-1. Added fault
14 to Table 7-1.
Page 7-8
Modified the case temperature in paragraph 7-3.f.1.
Page 7-15
Added new paragraph 7-3.n and Figure 7-14 to explain a last calibration
failed indication and troubleshooting instructions.
Page 8-1
Updated European address.
Pages 10-1 through
10-4
Added Section 10, Optional Accessories.
Effective Oct., 1998 Rev. 2.1
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Summary
Page P-3 through P-9
Added Material Safety Data Sheets.
Page 1-5
Changed source of instrument air from required to optional.
Page 2-9
Added CAUTION concerning uninsulated stacks and ambient
temperatures.
Page 2-10
Added paragraph 2-2.c.3 concerning alarm contacts without
autocalibration.
Page 2-11
Modified paragraph 2.3. Added paragraphs 2-3.a and b concerning
autocalibration and alarms contacts.
Page 3-5
Added paragraph 3-3 concerning recommended configurations. Subsequent paragraphs renumbered.
Page 6-10 through
6-11
Deleted references in paragraphs 6-5.b, c, and d to remove and install
oxymitter from stack. Procedures 6-5.b, c, and d renumbered.
Page 6-15
Added paragraph 6-9 Ceramic Diffusion Element Replacement. Subsequent paragraphs renumbered.
Page 7-1
Modified paragraph 7-2 to explain alarm indications will be available via
HART. Added paragraph 7-3 concerning alarm contacts and autocalibration. Subsequent paragraphs renumbered.
Page 7-3
Modified Table 7-1 Diagnostic/Unit Alarm Fault Definitions.
Page 9-1
Changed Figure and Index No., Part Numbers, and Descriptions.
HIGHLIGHTS OF CHANGES (CONTINUED)
Effective Oct., 1998 Rev. 2.1 (Continued)
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Page 9-2
Changed Figure and Index No.
Page 9-3
Changed Figure and Index No. and Description. Added Abrasive Shield
Assemblies to parts list.
Page 9-5 through 9-7
Changed Figure and Index No. and Part Numbers.
Effective Feb., 1999 Rev. 2.2
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Summary
Pages 1-12 and 1-13
Modified the product matrix in Table 1-1. Removed the disposable gas
bottles and flow regulators from the matrix and created Table 1-2 to distinguish these components as separate order items because the calibration gas bottles cannot be shipped via airfreight.
Page 1-14
Updated the numbering of subsequent tables in Section 1.
Page 2-10
Added references to step 2 to direct users to the information explaining
the contacts and additional alarm contacts associated with the IMPS
4000.
Page 2-11
Removed the IMPS 4000 information from paragraph 2-3.
Page 7-11
Removed step 2 explaining that a 204 mV to 1 volt DC value indicated
high combustibles.
Pages 9-1 through 9-6 Updated part numbers.
Page 9-7
Updated part numbers and added Table 9-4 to list calibration gas bottles
and flow regulators as replacement parts.
HIGHLIGHTS OF CHANGES (CONTINUED)
Effective Nov., 1999 Rev. 2.3
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Pages P-11 thru P-15
Added new Quick Start Guide.
Page 1-10
Added information on electronics operating temperatures and parts for
mounting.
Page 1-14
Removed Table 1-4, renumbered subsequent tables in Section 1.
Page 3-3
Changed default values for SW2 to 3.8 mA and 22 mA in Figure 3-2.
Page 3-5
Updated default 4-20 mA signal values in paragraph 3-3.a.
Page 6-6
Updated Table 6-1 to include new Fault 4, A/D Comm Error.
Page 6-8
Added Note to paragraph 6-5.
Page 7-3
Updated Table 7-1 to include new Heater T/C fault 4, A/D Comm Error.
Page 7-7
Added new Figure 5-7 and paragraph d for Fault 4, A/D Comm Error.
Pages 7-8 thru 7-22
Updated subsequent figures and paragraphs in Section 5.
Effective April, 2001 Rev. 2.4
Page
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Page 7-3
Table 7-1; changed Heater Fault 6 Self-Clearing column data to “NO”
and Fault 8 Self Clearing column data to “YES”.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PREFACE........................................................................................................................ P-1
Definitions ........................................................................................................................ P-1
Safety Instructions .......................................................................................................... P-2
What You Need to Know ........................................................................................... P-10
Quick Start Guide ........................................................................................................ P-11
1-0
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-6
DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS........................................................................ 1-1
Component Checklist of Typical System (Package Contents).................................. 1-1
System Overview............................................................................................................ 1-1
IMPS 4000 (Optional) ...................................................................................................... 1-7
SPS 4000 (Optional)........................................................................................................ 1-7
Model 751 Remote Powered Loop LCD Display........................................................ 1-9
Specifications................................................................................................................. 1-10
2-0
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
2-5
INSTALLATION .............................................................................................................. 2-1
Mechanical Installation ................................................................................................... 2-1
Electrical Installation (for Oxymitter 4000 without SPS 4000)................................. 2-9
Electrical Installation (for Oxymitter 4000 with SPS 4000)..................................... 2-11
Pneumatic Installation (for Oxymitter 4000 without SPS 4000) ............................. 2-14
Pneumatic Installation (for Oxymitter 4000 with SPS 4000) .................................. 2-15
3-0
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
3-5
3-6
STARTUP........................................................................................................................ 3-1
General ............................................................................................................................ 3-1
Logic I/O ......................................................................................................................... 3-4
Recommended Configuration......................................................................................... 3-5
Power Up ........................................................................................................................ 3-6
Start Up Oxymitter 4000 Calibration............................................................................ 3-6
IMPS 4000 Connections................................................................................................ 3-6
4-0
4-1
OPERATION ................................................................................................................... 4-1
General ............................................................................................................................ 4-1
5-0
5-1
5-2
5-3
5-4
5-5
5-6
5-7
5-8
HART/AMS...................................................................................................................... 5-1
Overview.......................................................................................................................... 5-1
HART Communicator Signal Line Connections .......................................................... 5-1
Hart Communicator PC Connections .......................................................................... 5-3
Off-Line and On-Line Operations ................................................................................. 5-3
Logic I/O Conifgurations .................................................................................................. 5-3
Menu Tree for HART Communicator/Oxymitter 4000 Applications........................... 5-3
HART Communicator Manual O2 Cal Method........................................................... 5-8
Defining a Timed Calibration Via HART ..................................................................... 5-9
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6-1
6-2
6-3
6-4
6-5
6-6
6-7
6-8
6-9
6-10
MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE .................................................................................. 6-1
Overview.......................................................................................................................... 6-1
Calibration........................................................................................................................ 6-1
LED Status Indicators.................................................................................................... 6-5
Oxymitter 4000 Removal/Replacement........................................................................ 6-7
Electronics Replacement................................................................................................ 6-8
Entire Probe Replacement (Excluding Electronics) .................................................. 6-11
Heater Strut Replacement ........................................................................................... 6-12
Cell Replacement ......................................................................................................... 6-13
Ceramic Diffusion Element Replacement................................................................... 6-15
SPS 4000 Maintenance and Component Replacement........................................... 6-16
7-0
7-1
7-2
7-3
7-4
7-5
TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................................... 7-1
General ............................................................................................................................ 7-1
Alarm Indications ............................................................................................................ 7-1
Alarm Contacts ............................................................................................................... 7-1
Identifying and Correcting Alarm Indications............................................................... 7-2
SPS 4000 Troubleshooting.......................................................................................... 7-19
8-0
RETURN OF MATERIAL ................................................................................................ 8-1
9-0
REPLACEMENT PARTS ................................................................................................ 9-1
10-0
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES........................................................................................ 10-1
11-0
INDEX............................................................................................................................ 11-1
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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Figure 1-1.
Figure 1-2.
Figure 1-3.
Figure 1-4.
Figure 1-5.
Figure 1-6.
Figure 2-1.
Figure 2-2.
Figure 2-3.
Figure 2-4.
Figure 2-5.
Figure 2-6.
Figure 2-7.
Figure 2-8.
Figure 2-9.
Figure 2-10.
Figure 2-11.
Figure 2-12.
Figure 3-1.
Figure 3-2.
Figure 3-3.
Figure 3-4.
Figure 4-1.
Figure 5-1.
Figure 5-2.
Figure 5-3.
Figure 6-1.
Figure 6-2.
Figure 6-3.
Figure 6-4.
Figure 6-5.
Figure 6-6.
Figure 6-7.
Figure 6-8.
Figure 6-9.
Figure 6-10.
Figure 6-11.
Figure 6-12.
Figure 6-13.
Figure 7-1.
Figure 7-2.
Figure 7-3.
Figure 7-4.
Figure 7-5.
Figure 7-6.
Figure 7-7.
Figure 7-8.
Figure 7-9.
Figure 7-10.
Figure 7-11.
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Typical System Package ....................................................................................... 1-2
Oxymitter 4000 Autocalibration System Options .................................................. 1-3
Oxymitter 4000 HART Communications and AMS Application ............................. 1-5
Typical System Installation .................................................................................... 1-6
SPS 4000............................................................................................................... 1-8
Model 751 Remote Powered Loop LCD Display .................................................. 1-9
Oxymitter 4000 Installation .................................................................................... 2-2
Oxymitter 4000 Installation (with SPS 4000) ......................................................... 2-3
Oxymitter 4000 with Abrasive Shield ..................................................................... 2-4
Oxymitter 4000 Adapter Plate Dimensions............................................................ 2-5
Oxymitter 4000 Adapter Plate Installation ............................................................. 2-6
Oxymitter 4000 Bracing Installation ....................................................................... 2-7
Orienting the Optional Vee Deflector ..................................................................... 2-8
Installation with Drip Loop and Insulation Removal............................................... 2-8
Terminal Block ..................................................................................................... 2-10
SPS 4000 Electrical Connections ........................................................................ 2-13
Air Set, Plant Air Connection ............................................................................... 2-14
Oxymitter 4000 Gas Connections Calibration Gas Connections......................... 2-15
Integral Electronics ................................................................................................ 3-1
Oxymitter 4000 Defaults ........................................................................................ 3-3
Startup and Normal Operation............................................................................... 3-5
Calibration Keys..................................................................................................... 3-6
Normal Operation................................................................................................... 4-2
Signal Line Connections, ≥ 250 Ohms Lead Resistance ...................................... 5-2
Signal Line Connections, < 250 Ohms Lead Resistance ...................................... 5-2
Menu Tree for HART/AMS on the Oxymitter 4000 ................................................ 5-5
Oxymitter 4000 Exploded View.............................................................................. 6-2
Membrane Keypad................................................................................................. 6-3
Inside Right Cover ................................................................................................. 6-4
Terminal Block ....................................................................................................... 6-6
Electronic Assembly............................................................................................... 6-9
J8 Connector.......................................................................................................... 6-9
Fuse Location ...................................................................................................... 6-11
Heater Strut Assembly......................................................................................... 6-12
Cell Replacement Kit ........................................................................................... 6-13
Ceramic Diffusion Element Replacement............................................................ 6-15
SPS 4000 Manifold Assembly ............................................................................. 6-17
Power Supply Board and Interface Board Connections ...................................... 6-19
Calibration Gas and Reference Air Components ................................................ 6-23
Fault 1, Open Thermocouple ................................................................................. 7-4
Fault 2, Shorted Thermocouple ............................................................................. 7-5
Fault 3, Reversed Thermocouple .......................................................................... 7-6
Fault 4, A/D Comm Error ....................................................................................... 7-7
Fault 5, Open Heater ............................................................................................. 7-8
Fault 6, High High Heater Temp ............................................................................ 7-9
Fault 7, High Case Temp..................................................................................... 7-10
Fault 8, Low Heater Temp ................................................................................... 7-11
Fault 9, High Heater Temp .................................................................................. 7-12
Fault 10, High Cell mV......................................................................................... 7-13
Fault 11, Bad Cell ................................................................................................ 7-14
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Figure 7-12.
Figure 7-13.
Figure 7-14.
Figure 7-15.
Figure 7-16.
Figure 9-1.
Figure 9-2.
Oxymitter 4000
Fault 12, EEPROM Corrupt ................................................................................. 7-15
Fault 13, Invalid Slope ......................................................................................... 7-16
Fault 14, Invalid Constant .................................................................................... 7-17
Fault 15, Last Calibration Failed .......................................................................... 7-18
SPS 4000 Troubleshooting Flowchart ................................................................. 7-21
Cell Replacement Kit ............................................................................................. 9-2
Probe Disassembly Kit........................................................................................... 9-4
LIST OF TABLES
Table 1-1.
Table 1-2.
Table 1-3.
Table 1-4.
Table 3-1.
Table 5-1.
Table 6-1.
Table 7-1.
Table 7-2.
Table 9-1.
Table 9-2.
Table 9-3.
Table 9-4.
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Product Matrix ...................................................................................................... 1-12
Calibration Components ...................................................................................... 1-13
Intelligent Multiprobe Test Gas Sequencer Versions ............................................ 1-14
Single Probe Autocalibration Sequencer Coding .................................................. 1-14
Logic I/O Configuration .......................................................................................... 3-4
Logic I/O Configuration .......................................................................................... 5-4
Diagnostic/Unit Alarms .......................................................................................... 6-6
Diagnostic/Unit Alarm Fault Definitions ................................................................. 7-3
SPS 4000 Fault Finding....................................................................................... 7-20
Replacement Parts for Probe ................................................................................ 9-1
Replacement Parts for Electronics ........................................................................ 9-5
Replacement Parts for SPS 4000........................................................................... 9-7
Replacement Parts for Calibration Components ................................................... 9-7
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PREFACE
The purpose of this manual is to provide information concerning the components, functions, installation and maintenance of the Oxymitter 4000.
Some sections may describe equipment not used in your configuration. The user should
become thoroughly familiar with the operation of this module before operating it. Read
this instruction manual completely.
DEFINITIONS
The following definitions apply to WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, and NOTES found throughout this
publication.
Highlights an operation or maintenance
procedure, practice, condition, statement, etc. If not strictly observed, could
result in injury, death, or long-term
health hazards of personnel.
Highlights an operation or maintenance
procedure, practice, condition, statement, etc. If not strictly observed, could
result in damage to or destruction of
equipment, or loss of effectiveness.
NOTE
Highlights an essential operating procedure,
condition, or statement.
: EARTH (GROUND) TERMINAL
: PROTECTIVE CONDUCTOR TERMINAL
: RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK
: WARNING: REFER TO INSTRUCTION BULLETIN
NOTE TO USERS
The number in the lower right corner of each illustration in this publication is a manual illustration number. It is not a part number, and is not related to the illustration in any technical
manner.
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IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
FOR THE WIRING AND INSTALLATION
OF THIS APPARATUS
The following safety instructions apply specifically to all EU member states. They should
be strictly adhered to in order to assure compliance with the Low Voltage Directive. NonEU states should also comply with the following unless superseded by local or National
Standards.
1. Adequate earth connections should be made to all earthing points, internal and external,
where provided.
2. After installation or troubleshooting, all safety covers and safety grounds must be replaced.
The integrity of all earth terminals must be maintained at all times.
3. Mains supply cords should comply with the requirements of IEC227 or IEC245.
4. All wiring shall be suitable for use in an ambient temperature of greater than 75°C.
5. All cable glands used should be of such internal dimensions as to provide adequate cable
anchorage.
6. To ensure safe operation of this equipment, connection to the mains supply should only be
made through a circuit breaker which will disconnect all circuits carrying conductors during a
fault situation. The circuit breaker may also include a mechanically operated isolating switch.
If not, then another means of disconnecting the equipment from the supply must be provided
and clearly marked as such. Circuit breakers or switches must comply with a recognized
standard such as IEC947. All wiring must conform with any local standards.
7. Where equipment or covers are marked with the symbol to the right, hazardous voltages are likely to be present beneath. These covers should only be
removed when power is removed from the equipment — and then only by
trained service personnel.
8. Where equipment or covers are marked with the symbol to the right, there is a
danger from hot surfaces beneath. These covers should only be removed by
trained service personnel when power is removed from the equipment. Certain surfaces may remain hot to the touch.
9. Where equipment or covers are marked with the symbol to the right, refer to
the Operator Manual for instructions.
10. All graphical symbols used in this product are from one or more of the following standards: EN61010-1, IEC417, and ISO3864.
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CERAMIC FIBER PRODUCTS
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
JULY 1, 1996
SECTION I.
IDENTIFICATION
PRODUCT NAME
Ceramic Fiber Heaters, Molded Insulation Modules and Ceramic Fiber Radiant Heater Panels.
CHEMICAL FAMILY
Vitreous Aluminosilicate Fibers with Silicon Dioxide.
CHEMICAL NAME
N.A.
CHEMICAL FORMULA
N.A.
MANUFACTURER’S NAME AND ADDRESS
Watlow Columbia
2101 Pennsylvania Drive
Columbia, MO 65202
573-474-9402
573-814-1300, ext. 5170
HEALTH HAZARD SUMMARY
WARNING
•
•
•
•
Possible cancer hazard based on tests with laboratory animals.
May be irritating to skin, eyes and respiratory tract.
May be harmful if inhaled.
Cristobalite (crystalline silica) formed at high temperatures (above 1800ºF) can cause severe respiratory
disease.
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SECTION II.
PHYSICAL DATA
APPEARANCE AND ODOR
Cream to white colored fiber shapes. With or without optional white to gray granular surface coating and/or optional
black surface coating.
SPECIFIC WEIGHT: 12-25 LB./CUBIC FOOT
BOILING POINT: N.A.
VOLATILES (% BY WT.): N.A.
SECTION III.
WATER SOLUBILITY: N.A.
HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS
MATERIAL, QUANTITY, AND THRESHOLD/EXPOSURE LIMIT VALUES
Aluminosilicate (vitreous) 99+ %
CAS. No. 142844-00-06
Zirconium Silicate
Black Surface Coating**
Armorphous Silica/Silicon Dioxide
1 fiber/cc TWA
10 fibers/cc CL
0-10% 5 mg/cubic meter (TLV)
0 - 1% 5 mg/cubic meter (TLV)
0-10% 20 mppcf (6 mg/cubic meter)
PEL (OSHA 1978) 3 gm cubic meter
(Respirable dust): 10 mg/cubic meter,
Intended TLV (ACGIH 1984-85)
**Composition is a trade secret.
SECTION IV.
FLASH POINT:
NONE
FIRE AND EXPLOSION DATA
FLAMMABILITY LIMITS:
N.A.
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA
Use extinguishing agent suitable for type of surrounding fire.
UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS / SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES
N.A.
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SECTION V.
HEALTH HAZARD DATA
THRESHOLD LIMIT VALUE
(See Section III)
EFFECTS OF OVER EXPOSURE
EYE
Avoid contact with eyes. Slightly to moderately irritating. Abrasive action may cause damage to outer surface of eye.
INHALATION
May cause respiratory tract irritation. Repeated or prolonged breathing of particles of respirable size may cause inflammation of the lung leading to chest pain, difficult breathing, coughing and possible fibrotic change in the lung (Pneumoconiosis). Pre-existing medical conditions may be aggravated by exposure: specifically, bronchial hyper-reactivity and
chronic bronchial or lung disease.
INGESTION
May cause gastrointestinal disturbances. Symptoms may include irritation and nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
SKIN
Slightly to moderate irritating. May cause irritation and inflammation due to mechanical reaction to sharp, broken ends
of fibers.
EXPOSURE TO USED CERAMIC FIBER PRODUCT
Product which has been in service at elevated temperatures (greater than 1800ºF/982ºC) may undergo partial conversion
to cristobalite, a form of crystalline silica which can cause severe respiratory disease (Pneumoconiosis). The amount of
cristobalite present will depend on the temperature and length of time in service. (See Section IX for permissible exposure levels).
SPECIAL TOXIC EFFECTS
The existing toxicology and epidemiology data bases for RCF’s are still preliminary. Information will be updated as
studies are completed and reviewed. The following is a review of the results to date:
EPIDEMIOLOGY
At this time there are no known published reports demonstrating negative health outcomes of workers exposed to refractory ceramic fiber (RCF). Epidemiologic investigations of RCF production workers are ongoing.
1) There is no evidence of any fibrotic lung disease (interstitial fibrosis) whatsoever on x-ray.
2) There is no evidence of any lung disease among those employees exposed to RCF that had never smoked.
3) A statistical “trend” was observed in the exposed population between the duration of exposure to RCF and a decrease in some measures of pulmonary function. These observations are clinically insignificant. In other words, if
these observations were made on an individual employee, the results would be interpreted as being within the normal range.
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4) Pleural plaques (thickening along the chest wall) have been observed in a small number of employees who had a
long duration of employment. There are several occupational and non-occupational causes for pleural plaque. It
should be noted that plaques are not “pre-cancer” nor are they associated with any measurable effect on lung
function.
TOXICOLOGY
A number of studies on the health effects of inhalation exposure of rats and hamsters are available. Rats were exposed
to RCF in a series of life-time nose-only inhalation studies. The animals were exposed to 30, 16, 9, and 3 mg/m3, which
corresponds with approximately 200, 150, 75, and 25 fibers/cc.
Animals exposed to 30 and 16 mg/m3 were observed to have developed a pleural and parenchymal fibroses; animals exposed to 9 mg/m3 had developed a mild parenchymal fibrosis; animals exposed to the lowest dose were found to have
the response typically observed any time a material is inhaled into the deep lung. While a statistically significant increase in lung tumors was observed following exposure to the highest dose, there was no excess lung cancers at the
other doses. Two rats exposed to 30 mg/m3 and one rat exposed to 9 mg/m3 developed masotheliomas.
The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) reviewed the carcinogenicity data on man-made vitreous fibers (including ceramic fiber, glasswool, rockwool, and slagwool) in 1987. IARC classified ceramic fiber, fibrous
glasswool and mineral wool (rockwool and slagwool) as possible human carcinogens (Group 2B).
EMERGENCY FIRST AID PROCEDURES
EYE CONTACT
Flush eyes immediately with large amounts of water for approximately 15 minutes. Eye lids should be held away from
the eyeball to insure thorough rinsing. Do not rub eyes. Get medical attention if irritation persists.
INHALATION
Remove person from source of exposure and move to fresh air. Some people may be sensitive to fiber induced irritation
of the respiratory tract. If symptoms such as shortness of breath, coughing, wheezing or chest pain develop, seek medical attention. If person experiences continued breathing difficulties, administer oxygen until medical assistance can be
rendered.
INGESTION
Do not induce vomiting. Get medical attention if irritation persists.
SKIN CONTACT
Do not rub or scratch exposed skin. Wash area of contact thoroughly with soap and water. Using a skin cream or lotion
after washing may be helpful. Get medical attention if irritation persists.
SECTION VI. REACTIVITY DATA
STABILITY/CONDITIONS TO AVOID
Stable under normal conditions of use.
HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION/CONDITIONS TO AVOID
N.A.
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INCOMPATIBILITY/MATERIALS TO AVOID
Incompatible with hydrofluoric acid and concentrated alkali.
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS
N.A.
SECTION VII. SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES
STEPS TO BE TAKEN IF MATERIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED
Where possible, use vacuum suction with HEPA filters to clean up spilled material. Use dust suppressant where sweeping if necessary. Avoid clean up procedure which may result in water pollution. (Observe Special Protection Information Section VIII.)
WASTE DISPOSAL METHODS
The transportation, treatment, and disposal of this waste material must be conducted in compliance with all applicable
Federal, State, and Local regulations.
SECTION VIII. SPECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION
Use NIOSH or MSHA approved equipment when airborne exposure limits may be exceeded. NIOSH/MSHA approved
breathing equipment may be required for non-routine and emergency use. (See Section IX for suitable equipment).
Pending the results of long term health effects studies, engineering control of airborne fibers to the lowest levels attainable is advised.
VENTILATION
Ventilation should be used whenever possible to control or reduce airborne concentrations of fiber and dust. Carbon
monoxide, carbon dioxide, oxides of nitrogen, reactive hydrocarbons and a small amount of formaldehyde may accompany binder burn-off during first heat. Use adequate ventilation or other precautions to eliminate vapors resulting from
binder burn-off. Exposure to burn-off fumes may cause respiratory tract irritation, bronchial hyper-reactivity and asthmatic response.
SKIN PROTECTION
Wear gloves, hats and full body clothing to prevent skin contact. Use separate lockers for work clothes to prevent fiber
transfer to street clothes. Wash work clothes separately from other clothing and rinse washing machine thoroughly after
use.
EYE PROTECTION
Wear safety glasses or chemical worker’s goggles to prevent eye contact. Do not wear contact lenses when working
with this substance. Have eye baths readily available where eye contact can occur.
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SECTION IX. SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS
PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN HANDLING AND STORING
General cleanliness should be followed.
The Toxicology data indicate that ceramic fiber should be handled with caution. The handling practices described in this
MSDS must be strictly followed. In particular, when handling refractory ceramic fiber in any application, special caution should be taken to avoid unnecessary cutting and tearing of the material to minimize generation of airborne dust.
It is recommended that full body clothing be worn to reduce the potential for skin irritation. Washable or disposable
clothing may be used. Do not take unwashed work clothing home. Work clothes should be washed separately from
other clothing. Rinse washing machine thoroughly after use. If clothing is to be laundered by someone else, inform
launderer of proper procedure. Work clothes and street clothes should be kept separate to prevent contamination.
Product which has been in service at elevated temperatures (greater than 1800ºF/982ºC) may undergo partial conversion
to cristobalite, a form of crystalline silica. This reaction occurs at the furnace lining hot face. As a consequence, this
material becomes more friable; special caution must be taken to minimize generation of airborne dust. The amount of
cristobalite present will depend on the temperature and length in service.
IARC has recently reviewed the animal, human, and other relevant experimental data on silica in order to critically
evaluate and classify the cancer causing potential. Based on its review, IARC classified crystalline silica as a group 2A
carcinogen (probable human carcinogen).
The OSHA permissible exposure limit (PEL for cristobalite is 0.05 mg/m3 (respirable dust). The ACGIH threshold limit
value (TLV) for cristobalite is 0.05 mg/m3 (respirable dust) (ACGIH 1991-92). Use NIOSH or MSHA approved equipment when airborne exposure limits may be exceeded. The minimum respiratory protection recommended for given airborne fiber or cristobalite concentrations are:
CONCENTRATION
0-1 fiber/cc or 0-0.05 mg/m3 cristobalite
(the OSHA PEL)
Optional disposable dust respirator (e.g. 3M 9970
or equivalent).
Up to 5 fibers/cc or up to 10 times the
OSHA PEL for cristobalite
Half face, air-purifying respirator equipped with high
efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter cartridges
(e.g. 3M 6000 series with 2040 filter or equivalent).
Up to 25 fibers/cc or 50 times the OSHA
PEL for cristobalite (2.5 mg/m3)
Full face, air-purifying respirator with high efficiency
particulate air (HEPA) filter cartridges (e.g. 3M 7800S
with 7255 filters or equivalent) or powered air -purifying
respirator (PARR) equipped with HEPA filter cartridges
(e.g. 3M W3265S with W3267 filters or equivalent).
Greater than 25 fibers/cc or 50 times the
OSHA PEL for cristobalite (2.5 mg/m3)
Full face, positive pressure supplied air respirator
(e.g. 3M 7800S with W9435 hose & W3196 low
pressure regulator kit connected to clean air supply
or equivalent).
If airborne fiber or cristobalite concentrations are not known, as minimum protection, use NIOSH/MSHA approved half
face, air-purifying respirator with HEPA filter cartridges.
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Insulation surface should be lightly sprayed with water before removal to suppress airborne dust. As water evaporates
during removal, additional water should be sprayed on surfaces as needed. Only enough water should be sprayed to
suppress dust so that water does not run onto the floor of the work area. To aid the wetting process, a surfactant can be
used.
After RCF removal is completed, dust-suppressing cleaning methods, such as wet sweeping or vacuuming, should be
used to clean the work area. If dry vacuuming is used, the vacuum must be equipped with HEPA filter. Air blowing or
dry sweeping should not be used. Dust-suppressing components can be used to clean up light dust.
Product packaging may contain product residue. Do not reuse except to reship or return Ceramic Fiber products to the
factory.
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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
BEFORE INSTALLING AND WIRING A ROSEMOUNT
OXYMITTER 4000 OXYGEN TRANSMITTER
1. What type of installation does your system require?
Use the following drawing, Figure 1, to identify which type of installation is required for your
Oxymitter 4000 system.
STANDARD
REFERENCE AIR
CALIBRATION GAS
OXYMITTER 4000
LINE VOLTAGE
4-20 mA SIGNAL
INTEGRAL SPS 4000 OPTION
LINE VOLTAGE
4-20 mA SIGNAL
OXYMITTER 4000
(WITH INTEGRAL SPS 4000)
CALIBRATION GAS 1
CALIBRATION GAS 2
REFERENCE AIR
IMPS 4000 OPTION
LINE VOLTAGE
4-20 mA SIGNAL
OXYMITTER 4000
LOGIC I/0
INSTR. AIR SUPPLY
CAL GAS
IMPS
4000
REFERENCE AIR
CALIBRATION GAS 1
CALIBRATION GAS 2
LINE VOLTAGE
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Figure 1. Oxymitter 4000 Installation Options
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CAN YOU USE THE FOLLOWING
QUICK START GUIDE?
Use this Quick Start Guide if ...
1. Your system requires a STANDARD or INTEGRAL SPS 4000 OPTION installation. Installation options for the Oxymitter 4000 are shown in Figure 1.
2. Your system does NOT require an IMPS 4000 OPTION installation.
3. You are familiar with the installation requirements for the Oxymitter 4000 Oxygen Transmitter. You are familiar with the installation requirements for the Oxymitter 4000 Oxygen
Transmitter with an integral SPS 4000.
If you cannot use the Quick Start Guide, turn to Section 2, Installation, in this Instruction
Bulletin.
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QUICK START GUIDE
FOR OXYMITTER 4000 SYSTEMS
Before using the Quick Start Guide, please read “WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE
INSTALLING AND WIRING A ROSEMOUNT OXYMITTER 4000 OXYGEN TRANSMITTER” on the preceding page.
1. Install the Oxymitter 4000 in an appropriate location on the stack or duct. Refer to Section 2,
paragraph 2-1.a for information on selecting a location for the Oxymitter 4000.
2. If using an SPS 4000, connect the calibration gasses to the appropriate fittings on the SPS
4000 manifold.
3. Connect reference air to the Oxymitter 4000 or SPS 4000, as applicable.
4. If using an SPS 4000, make the following wire connections as shown in Figure 2: line voltage, cal initiate-remote contact input, relay output, and 4-20 mA.
5. If NOT using an SPS 4000, make the following wire connections as shown in Figure 3: line
voltage, 4-20 mA, and logic I/O.
6. Verify the Oxymitter 4000 switch configuration is as desired. Refer to Section 3, paragraphs
3-1.c, 3-1.d, and 3-1.e.
7. Apply power to the Oxymitter 4000; the cell heater will turn on. Allow approximately one half
hour for the cell to heat to operating temperature. Once the ramp cycle has completed and
the Oxymitter 4000 is at normal operation, proceed with step 8.
8. If using an SPS 4000, initiate a semi-automatic calibration.
9. If NOT using an SPS 4000, perform a manual calibration. Refer to the QUICK REFERENCE
GUIDE manual calibration instructions on the following pages, or Section 6, paragraph 6-2,
Calibration, in this instruction bulletin.
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+
CAL INITIATE
5 VDC SELF POWERED
TO REMOTE CONTACT
INPUT CONNECTION
+
4-20 mA
CONNECTION
-
TERMINALS 5 AND 6
NOT USED
+
FACTORY
WIRED
CAL
FAIL
+
IN
CAL
-
LINE
GROUND
NEUTRAL
5-3O VDC
TO RELAY
OUTPUT
CONNECTION
90-250 VAC
50/60 Hz
LINE VOLTAGE
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Figure 2. Oxymitter 4000 with SPS 4000 Wiring Diagram
TERMINAL
BLOCK
AC TERMINAL
COVER
LINE VOLTAGE
(85 TO 264 VAC)
AC
L1
AC
N
+
LOGIC I/O
4-20 mA
SIGNAL
AC LINE
VOLTAGE PORT
GROUND
LUGS
+
4-20
-
LEFT SIDE OF
OXYMITTER 4000
SIGNAL
PORT
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Figure 3. Oxymitter 4000 without SPS 4000 Wiring Diagram
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OXYMITTER 4000 OXYGEN TRANSMITTER
Performing a Manual Calibration
1. Place the control loop in manual.
2. Press the CAL key. The CAL LED will light solid.
3. Apply the first calibration gas.
4. Press the CAL key. When the unit has taken the readings using the first calibration gas, the
CAL LED will flash continuously.
5. Remove the first calibration gas and apply the second calibration gas.
6. Push the CAL key. The CAL LED will light solid. When the unit has taken the readings using
the second calibration gas, the CAL LED will flash a two-pattern flash or a three-pattern
flash. A two-pattern flash equals a valid calibration, three-pattern flash equals an invalid calibration.
7. Remove the second calibration gas and cap off the calibration gas port.
8. Press the CAL key. The CAL LED will be lit solid as the unit purges. When the purge is
complete, the CAL LED will turn off.
9. If the calibration was valid, the DIAGNOSTIC ALARMS LEDs indicate normal operation. If
the new calibration values are not within the parameters, the DIAGNOSTIC ALARMS LEDs
will indicate an alarm.
10. Place the control loop in automatic.
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HART COMMUNICATOR FAST KEY SEQUENCES
Perform Calibration
2
3
1
O2 Upper Range Value
1
3
Trim Analog Output
2
4
3
1
1
Analog Output Lower Range Value
3
Toggle Analog Output Tracking
2
2
2
2
View O2 Value
2
1
1
1
View Analog Output
1
2
1
Technical Support Hotline:
For assistance with technical problems, please call the Customer Support Center (CSC). The
CSC is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Phone: 1-800-433-6076
In addition to the CSC, you may also contact Field Watch. Field Watch coordinates Rosemount’s
field service throughout the U.S. and abroad.
Phone: 1-800-654-RSMT (1-800-654-7768)
Rosemount may also be reached via the Internet through e-mail and the World Wide Web:
e-mail: GAS.CSC@frco.com
World Wide Web: www.processanalytic.com
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SECTION 1
DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
1-1
COMPONENT CHECKLIST OF TYPICAL
SYSTEM (PACKAGE CONTENTS)
A typical Rosemount Oxymitter 4000 Oxygen
Transmitter should contain the items shown in
Figure 1-1. Record the part number, serial number, and order number for each component of
your system in the table located on the first page
of this manual.
Also, use the product matrix in Table 1-1 at the
end of this section to compare your order number against your unit. The first part of the matrix
defines the model. The last part defines the
various options and features of the Oxymitter
4000. Ensure the features and options specified
by your order number are on or included with
the unit.
1-2
SYSTEM OVERVIEW
a. Scope
This Instruction Bulletin is designed to supply
details needed to install, start up, operate,
and maintain the Oxymitter 4000. Integral
signal conditioning electronics outputs a 420 mA signal representing an O2 value and
provides a membrane keypad for setup, calibration, and diagnostics. This same information, plus additional details, can be accessed
with the HART Model 275 handheld communicator or Asset Management Solutions
(AMS) software.
b. System Description
The Oxymitter 4000 is designed to measure
the net concentration of oxygen in an industrial process; i.e., the oxygen remaining after
all fuels have been oxidized. The probe is
permanently positioned within an exhaust
duct or stack and performs its task without
the use of a sampling system.
The equipment measures oxygen percentage by reading the voltage developed across
a heated electrochemical cell, which consists
of a small yttria-stabilized, zirconia disc. Both
sides of the disc are coated with porous
metal electrodes. When operated at the
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proper temperature, the millivolt output voltage of the cell is given by the following
Nernst equation:
EMF = KT log10(P1/P2) + C
Where:
1. P2 is the partial pressure of the
oxygen in the measured gas on
one side of the cell.
2. P1 is the partial pressure of the
oxygen in the reference air on
the opposite side of the cell.
3. T is the absolute temperature.
4. C is the cell constant.
5. K is an arithmetic constant.
NOTE
For best results, use clean, dry, instrument air (20.95% oxygen) as the
reference air.
When the cell is at operating temperature
and there are unequal oxygen concentrations across the cell, oxygen ions will travel
from the high oxygen partial pressure side to
the low oxygen partial pressure side of the
cell. The resulting logarithmic output voltage
is approximately 50 mV per decade. The
output is proportional to the inverse logarithm
of the oxygen concentration. Therefore, the
output signal increases as the oxygen concentration of the sample gas decreases. This
characteristic enables the Oxymitter 4000 to
provide exceptional sensitivity at low oxygen
concentrations.
The Oxymitter 4000 measures net oxygen
concentration in the presence of all the products of combustion, including water vapor.
Therefore, it may be considered an analysis
on a “wet” basis. In comparison with older
methods, such as the portable apparatus,
which provides an analysis on a “dry” gas
basis, the “wet” analysis will, in general, indicate a lower percentage of oxygen. The difference will be proportional to the water
content of the sampled gas stream.
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Communicator
HART
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3.
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6.
7.
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Oxymitter 4000 with Integral Electronics
SPS 4000 Single Probe Autocalibration Sequencer (Optional) — (Shown with reference air option)
Adapter Plate with Mounting Hardware and Gasket
®
HART Communicator Package (Optional)
Reference Air Set (used if SPS 4000 without reference air option or IMPS 4000 not supplied)
Figure 1-1. Typical System Package
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c. System Configuration
Oxymitter 4000 units are available in five
length options, giving the user the flexibility
to use an in situ penetration appropriate to
the size of the stack or duct. The options on
length are 18 in. (457 mm), 3 ft (0.91 m), 6 ft
(1.83 m), 9 ft (2.7 m), or 12 ft (3.66 m).
The integral electronics control probe temperature and provide an isolated output,
4-20 mA, that is proportional to the measured oxygen concentration. The power supply can accept voltages of 90-250 VAC and
50/60 Hz; therefore, no setup procedures
are required. The oxygen sensing cell is
maintained at a constant temperature by
modulating the duty cycle of the probe
heater portion of the integral electronics.
The integral electronics accepts millivolt
signals generated by the sensing cell and
produces the outputs to be used by remotely connected devices. The output is an
isolated 4-20 mA linearized current.
Two calibration gas sequencers are available to the Oxymitter 4000: the IMPS 4000
and the SPS 4000 (Figure 1-2).
Systems with multiprobe applications may
employ an optional IMPS 4000 Intelligent
Multiprobe Test Gas Sequencer. The IMPS
4000 provides automatic calibration gas sequencing for up to four Oxymitter 4000 units
and accommodates autocalibrations based
on the CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
signal from the Oxymitter 4000, a timed interval set up in HART or the IMPS 4000, or
whenever a calibration request is initiated.
For systems with one or two Oxymitter 4000
units per combustion process, an optional
SPS 4000 Single Probe Autocalibration Sequencer can be used with each Oxymitter
4000 to provide automatic calibration gas
sequencing. The SPS 4000 can be
mounted directly to the Oxymitter 4000 or in
a remote location if space is limited. The
sequencer performs autocalibrations based
on the CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
signal from the Oxymitter 4000, a timed interval set up in HART, or whenever a calibration request is initiated.
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d. System Features
1. The CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
feature detects when the sensing cell is
likely out of limits. This may eliminate
the need to calibrate on a “time since
last cal” basis.
2. The cell output voltage and sensitivity
increase as the oxygen concentration
decreases.
OXYMITTER 4000
INTEGRALLY
MOUNTED
SPS 4000
(1 PROBE)
INTEGRAL OR
REMOTE
IMPS 4000
(1 TO 4 PROBES)
REMOTE MOUNTED
SPS 4000
(1 PROBE)
(EXPLO VERSIONS MUST
BE REMOTE MOUNTED)
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System Options
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proportional to the oxygen level.
The HART output is superimposed
on the 4-20 mA output line. This
information can be accessed
through the following:
3. Membrane keypad and HART communication are standard. To use the
HART capability, you must have either:
(a) HART Model 275 Communicator.
(b) Asset Management Solutions
(AMS) software for the PC.
1
Rosemount Model 275 Handheld Communicator - The
handheld communicator requires Device Description
(DD) software specific to the
Oxymitter 4000. The DD software will be supplied with
many Model 275 units but can
also be programmed into existing units at most FisherRosemount service offices.
See Section 5, HART/ AMS,
for additional information.
2
Personal Computer (PC) The use of a personal computer requires AMS software
available from FisherRosemount.
3
Selected Distributed Control
Systems - The use of distributed control systems requires input/output (I/O)
hardware and AMS software which permit HART
communications.
4. Field replaceable cell, heater, thermocouple, and diffusion element.
5. The Oxymitter 4000 is constructed of
rugged 316 L stainless steel for all
wetted parts.
6. Integral electronics eliminates traditional wiring between probe and electronics.
7. The integral electronics are adaptable
for line voltages from 90-250 VAC;
therefore, no configuration is
necessary.
8. The Oxymitter 4000 membrane keypad
is available in five languages:
English
French
German
Italian
Spanish
9. An operator can calibrate and diagnostically troubleshoot the Oxymitter 4000
in one of three ways:
(a) Membrane Keypad. The membrane keypad, housed within the
right side of the electronics housing, provides fault indication by
way of flashing LEDs. Calibration
can be performed from the membrane keypad.
(b) Optional HART Interface. The
Oxymitter 4000’s 4-20 mA output
line transmits an analog signal
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(c) Optional IMPS 4000. The Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)
in the IMPS 4000 provides fault indications using flashing LEDs and
LCD display messages. Refer to
the IMPS 4000 Intelligent Multiprobe Test Gas Sequencer Instruction Bulletin for more
information.
10. The optional Rosemount 751 remotemounted LCD display panel is loopdriven by the 4-20 mA output signal
representing the O2 percentage.
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e. Handling the Oxymitter 4000
typical system installation is illustrated in
Figure 1-4.
A source of instrument air is optional at the
Oxymitter 4000 for reference air use. Since
the unit is equipped with an in-place calibration feature, provisions can be made to
permanently connect calibration gas tanks
to the Oxymitter 4000.
It is important that printed circuit
boards and integrated circuits are
handled only when adequate antistatic
precautions have been taken to prevent possible equipment damage.
The Oxymitter 4000 is designed for industrial applications. Treat each component of the system with care to
avoid physical damage. Some probe
components are made from ceramics,
which are susceptible to shock when
mishandled.
f.
If the calibration gas bottles will be permanently connected, a check valve is required
next to the calibration fittings on the integral
electronics.
This check valve is to prevent breathing of
the calibration gas line and subsequent flue
gas condensation and corrosion. The check
valve is in addition to the stop valve in the
calibration gas kit or the solenoid valves in
the IMPS 4000 or SPS 4000.
System Considerations
Prior to installing your Oxymitter 4000,
make sure you have all the components
necessary to make the system installation.
Ensure all the components are properly integrated to make the system functional.
NOTE
The integral electronics is rated NEMA
4X (IP66) and is capable of operation
at temperatures up to 149°F (65°C).
After verifying that you have all the components, select mounting locations and determine how each component will be placed in
terms of available line voltage, ambient
temperatures, environmental considerations, convenience, and serviceability.
Figure 1-3 shows a typical system wiring. A
Retain the packaging in which the
Oxymitter 4000 arrived from the factory in case any components are to be
shipped to another site. This packaging has been designed to protect the
product.
HART MODEL 275
HAND HELD
INTERFACE
4-20 MA OUTPUT
(TWISTED PAIR)
OXYMITTER 4000
WITH INTEGRAL ELECTRONICS
2 CALIBRATION GAS LINES
BY CUSTOMER
[300 FT (90 M) MAX]
TERMINATION IN
CONTROL ROOM
LINE VOLTAGE
ASSET MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS
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Figure 1-3. Oxymitter 4000 HART Communications and AMS Application
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GASES
STANDARD
DUCT
STACK
OXYMITTER
4000
ADAPTER
PLATE
INSTRUMENT
AIR SUPPLY
(REFERENCE AIR)
LINE
VOLTAGE
FLOWMETER
LOGIC I/O
4 TO 20 mA
SIGNAL
PRESSURE
REGULATOR
GASES
CALIBRATION
GAS
IMPS 4000 OPTION
DUCT
STACK
ADAPTER
PLATE
CALIBRATION
GAS
OXYMITTER
4000
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CA LIB
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GA S 2
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LINE
VOLTAGE
SPS 4000 OPTION
(WITH REFERENCE AIR OPTION)
4 TO 20 mA
SIGNAL
LOGIC I/O
GASES
DUCT
IMPS 4000
STACK
OXYMITTER
4000
REFERENCE
AIR
ADAPTER
PLATE
CALIBRATION GAS 1
(HIGH CALIBRATION GAS)
INSTRUMENT
AIR SUPPLY
CALIBRATION GAS 2
(LOW CALIBRATION GAS)
LINE
VOLTAGE
4-20 mA SIGNAL, RELAY
OUTPUTS, AND REMOTE
CONTACT INPUT
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Figure 1-4. Typical System Installation
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Information on the IMPS 4000 is available in the
IMPS 4000 Intelligent Multiprobe Test Gas Sequencer Instruction Bulletin.
1-4
SPS 4000 (Optional)
The SPS 4000 Single Probe Autocalibration
Sequencer provides the capability of performing
automatic, timed or on demand, calibrations of a
single Oxymitter 4000 without sending a technician to the installation site.
a. Mounting
The SPS 4000 can be mounted either directly to an Oxymitter 4000 or at a remote
location if space is limited. In addition, the
integrally mounted SPS 4000 can be configured for a horizontally or vertically
mounted Oxymitter 4000 (Figure 2-2). The
information in this instruction bulletin will
cover the integrally mounted units only. For
information on remote mounted units, refer
to the SPS 4000 Single Probe Autocalibration Sequencer Instruction Bulletin.
b. Components (Figure 1-5)
The SPS 4000 consists of a manifold and a
calibration gas flowmeter. The manifold
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provides electrical feedthroughs and calibration gas ports to route power and signal
connections and calibration gases to and
from the sequencer. In addition, the manifold houses two calibration gas solenoids
that sequence the gases to the Oxymitter
4000, a pressure switch that detects low
calibration gas pressure, and two PC
boards. A terminal strip housed within the
terminal cover provides convenient access
for all user connections.
Components optional to the SPS 4000 include a reference air flowmeter and pressure regulator. The reference air flowmeter
indicates the flow rate of reference air continuously flowing to the Oxymitter 4000. The
reference air pressure regulator ensures the
instrument air (reference air) flowing to the
Oxymitter 4000 is at a constant pressure
[20 psi (138 kPa)]. The regulator also has a
filter to remove particulates in the reference
air and a drain valve to bleed the moisture
that collects in the filter bowl.
Brass fittings and Teflon tubing are standard. Stainless steel fittings and tubing are
optional. Also, disposable calibration gas
bottles are available as an option or can be
purchased through a local supplier.
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Oxymitter 4000
FRONT VIEW
REFERENCE AIR
PRESSURE
REGULATOR
(OPTIONAL)
CALIBRATION GAS
FLOWMETER
NOTE: MANIFOLD COVER IS
REMOVED TO SHOW
INTERNAL COMPONENTS.
REFERENCE GAS
FLOWMETER
REAR VIEW (OF MANIFOLD ONLY)
INTERFACE
BOARD
TERMINAL
COVER
ALSO, BOARD COMPONENTS
ARE NOT SHOWN FOR
CLARITY.
CALIBRATION GAS 1
(HIGH CALIBRATION GAS)
SOLENOID
PRESSURE
SWITCH
MANIFOLD
POWER
SUPPLY BOARD
CALIBRATION GAS 2
(LOW CALIBRATION GAS)
SOLENOID
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Figure 1-5. SPS 4000
1-8
Description and Specifications
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c. Operation
Refer to Model 751 remote powered loop LCD
manual for calibration and wiring.
The SPS 4000 works in conjunction with the
Oxymitter 4000’s CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED feature to perform an autocalibration. This feature automatically performs a
gasless calibration check every hour on the
Oxymitter 4000. If a calibration is recommended and its contact output signal is set
for “handshaking” with the sequencer, the
Oxymitter 4000 sends a signal to the sequencer. The sequencer automatically performs a calibration upon receiving the
signal. Thus, no human interface is required
for the automatic calibration to take place.
+
%
+
1-5
+
+
MODEL 751 REMOTE POWERED LOOP
LCD DISPLAY
The display provides a simple, economical
means to obtain accurate, reliable, and remote
indication of important process variables. This
display operates on the 4-20 mA line from the
Oxymitter 4000 (Figure 1-6).
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Figure 1-6. Model 751 Remote Powered Loop
LCD Display
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Oxymitter 4000
SPECIFICATIONS
Oxymitter 4000
O2 Range:
Standard ..................................................
0 to 10% O2
0 to 25% O2
0 to 40% O2 (via HART)
Accuracy .............................................................
±0.75% of reading or 0.05% O2, whichever is greater
System Response to Calibration Gas ................
Initial response in less than 3 seconds T90 in less than
8 seconds
Temperature Limits:
Process ....................................................
Electronics ...............................................
32° to 1300°F (0° to 704°C) up to 2400°F (1300°C)
with optional accessories
-40° to 185°F (-40° to 85°C)
Operating temperature of electronics inside of instrument housing, as measured by a HART communicator
or Rosemount Asset Management Solutions software.
Probe Lengths ....................................................
18 in. (457 mm)
3 ft (0.91 m)
6 ft (1.83 m)
9 ft (2.74 m)
12 ft (3.66 m)
Mounting and Mounting Position ........................
Vertical or horizontal
Spool pieces are available, P/N 3D39761G02, to offset
transmitter housing from hot ductwork.
Materials:
Probe .......................................................
Electronics Enclosure ..............................
Wetted or welded parts - 316L stainless steel
Non-wetted parts - 304 stainless steel, low-copper
aluminum
Low-copper aluminum
Calibration ..........................................................
Manual, semi-automatic, or automatic
Calibration Gas Mixtures Recommended ..........
0.4% O2, Balance N2
8% O2, Balance N2
Calibration Gas Flow ..........................................
5 scfh (2.5 l/m)
Reference Air .....................................................
2 scfh (1 l/m), clean, dry, instrument-quality air
(20.95% O2), regulated to 5 psi (34 kPa)
Electronics ..........................................................
NEMA 4X, IP66 with fitting and pipe on reference exhaust port to clear dry atmosphere
Electronic Noise .................................................
Meets EN 50082-2 Generic Immunity Std. Part II.
Includes EN 61000-4-2 for Electrostatic Discharge
4 KV contact, 8 KV in air
Includes IEC 801-4 for fast transients; 2 KV on power
supply and control lines
Line Voltage .......................................................
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Description and Specifications
90-250 VAC, 50/60 Hz. No configuration necessary
3/4 in. - 14 NPT conduit port
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Oxymitter 4000
Signals:
Analog Output/HART ...............................
Logic I/O ..................................................
Power Requirements:
Probe Heater ...........................................
Electronics ...............................................
Maximum .................................................
SPS 4000
Mounting .............................................................
4-20 mA isolated from power supply, 950 ohms maximum load
Two-terminal logic contact configurable as either an
alarm output or as a bi-directional calibration handshake signal to IMPS 4000 or SPS 4000
Self-powered (+5 V), in series with 340 ohms
Conduit ports — 3/4 in.-14 NPT (one threaded hole for
both analog output and logic I/O)
175 W nominal
10 W nominal
500 W
Integral to Oxymitter 4000
Remote from Oxymitter 4000
Materials of Construction:
Manifold/Electronics Enclosure ...............
Mounting Brackets ...................................
Pneumatic Fittings ...................................
Pneumatic Tubing ....................................
Assembly Hardware ................................
Aluminum
316 stainless steel (SS)
1/8 in. brass NPT (SS optional)
1/4 in. Teflon (SS optional)
Galvanized and stainless steel
Humidity Range ..................................................
100% relative humidity
Ambient Temperature Range .............................
-40° to 149°F (-40° to 65°C)
Electrical Classification .......................................
NEMA 4X (IP56)
Explosion-Proof Option (both pending) ..............
CENELEC EExd IIB + H2
(Class 1, Div. 1, Group B,C,D)
Electrical Feedthroughs .....................................
1/2 in. NPT
Input Power ........................................................
90 to 250 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption ...........................................
5 VA maximum
External Electrical Noise ....................................
EN 50 082-2, includes 4 KV electrostatic discharge
Handshake Signal to/from
Oxymitter 4000 (self-powered) ................
5 V (5 mA maximum)
Cal Initiate Contact Input from Control Room ....
5 VDC (self-powered)
Relay Outputs to Control Room .........................
5 to 30 VDC, Form A (SPST)
(one “In-Cal”, one “Cal Failed”)
Cabling Distance between
SPS 4000 and Oxymitter 4000 ................
Maximum 1000 ft (303 m)
Piping Distance between
SPS 4000 and Oxymitter 4000 ................
Maximum 300 ft (91 m)
Approximate Shipping Weight ............................
10 lbs (4.5 kg)
Fisher-Rosemount has satisfied all obligations coming from the European legislation to harmonize
the product requirements in Europe.
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Oxymitter 4000
Table 1-1. Product Matrix
OXT4A
Oxymitter 4000 In Situ Oxygen Transmitter
Oxygen Transmitter - Instruction Book
Code
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Sensing Probe Type
ANSI (N. American Std.) Probe with Ceramic Diffuser
ANSI Probe with Flame Arrestor and Ceramic Diffuser
ANSI Probe with Snubber Diffuser
DIN (European Std.) Probe with Ceramic Diffuser
DIN Probe with Flame Arrestor and Snubber Diffuser
DIN Probe with Snubber Diffuser
JIS (Japanese Std.) Probe with Ceramic Diffuser
JIS Probe with Flame Arrestor and Ceramic Diffuser
JIS Probe with Snubber Diffuser
Code
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Probe Assembly
18 in. (457 mm) Probe
18 in. (457 mm) Probe with Abrasive Shield(1)
3 ft (0.91 m) Probe
3 ft (0.91 m) Probe with Abrasive Shield(1)
6 ft (1.83 m) Probe
6 ft (1.83 m) Probe with Abrasive Shield(1)
9 ft (2.74 m) Probe
9 ft (2.74 m) Probe with Abrasive Shield(1)
12 ft (3.66 m) Probe(1)
12 ft (3.66 m) Probe with Abrasive Shield(1)
Code
0
1
2
3
4
5
Mounting Hardware - Stack Side
No Mounting Hardware (“0” must be chosen under “Mounting Hardware - Probe Side” below)
New Installation - Square weld plate with studs
Mounting to Model 218 Mounting Plate (with Model 218 Shield Removed)
Mounting to Existing Model 218 Support Shield
Mounting to Other Mounting(2)
Mounting to Model 132 Adapter Plate
Code
0
1
2
4
5
7
8
Mounting Hardware - Probe Side
No Mounting Hardware
Probe Only (ANSI) (N. American Std.)
New Bypass or Abrasive Shield (ANSI)
Probe Only (DIN) (European Std.)
New Bypass or Abrasive Shield (DIN)
Probe Only (JIS) (Japanese Std.)
New Bypass or Abrasive Shield (JIS)
Code
11
12
Electronics Housing & Filtered Customer Termination - NEMA 4X, IP66
Standard Filtered Termination
Transient Protected Filtered Termination
Code
1
OXT4A
1-12
3
2
1
Description and Specifications
1
11
1
Communications
HART with Membrane Keypad
(Cont’d)
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Table 1-1. Product Matrix (Continued)
Cont'd
Code
1
2
3
4
5
Language
English
German
French
Spanish
Italian
Code
00
Filtered Customer Termination
Specified as Part of Electronics Housing
Code
00
01
02
XX
Cont’d
1
00
Calibration Accessories
No Hardware
Calibration Gas Flowmeter and Reference Air Set
Intelligent Multiprobe Sequencer (Refer to Table 1-3)
Single Probe Sequencer - mounted to Oxymitter 4000 (Refer to Table 1-4)
XX
Example
NOTES:
(1)
Recommended usages: High velocity particulates in flue stream, installation within 11.5 ft (3.5 m) of soot blowers or heavy salt cake buildup.
Applications: Pulverized coal, recovery boilers, lime kiln. Regardless of application, abrasive shields with support brackets are recommended
for 9 ft (2.74 m) and 12 ft (3.66 m) probe installations, particularly horizontal installations.
(2)
Where possible, specify SPS number; otherwise, provide details of the existing mounting plate as follows:
Plate with studs
Bolt circle diameter, number, and arrangement of studs, stud thread, stud height above mounting plate.
Plate without studs
Bolt circle diameter, number, and arrangement of holes, thread, depth of stud mounting plate with accessories.
Table 1-2. Calibration Components
Part
Number
Description
1A99119G01
Two disposable calibration gas bottles — 0.4%
and 8% O2, balance nitrogen — 550 liters each,
includes bottle rack*
1A99119G02
Two flow regulators for calibration gas bottles
*Calibration gas bottles cannot be shipped via airfreight.
When the bottles are used with “CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED”
features, the bottles should provide 2 to 3 years of calibrations in
normal service.
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Oxymitter 4000
Table 1-3. Intelligent Multiprobe Test Gas Sequencer Versions
Part
Number
Number of
Oxymitter
4000 Units
Description
3D39695G01
IMPS
1
3D39695G02
IMPS
2
3D39695G03
IMPS
3
3D39695G04
IMPS
4
3D39695G05
IMPS w/115 V Heater
1
3D39695G06
IMPS w/115 V Heater
2
3D39695G07
IMPS w/115 V Heater
3
3D39695G08
IMPS w/115 V Heater
4
3D39695G09
IMPS w/220 V Heater
1
3D39695G10
IMPS w/220 V Heater
2
3D39695G11
IMPS w/220 V Heater
3
3D39695G12
IMPS w/220 V Heater
4
Table 1-4. Single Probe Autocalibration Sequencer Coding
Ref Air Set
Code
No
03
X
04
05
X
X
10
1-14
Description and Specifications
X
X
X
ST Steel
Oxymitter 4000
Mounting
Hor
X
X
X
X
X
08
09
Brass/
Teflon
X
06
07
Yes
Fittings/Tubings
X
X
X
X
Vert
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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Oxymitter 4000
SECTION 2
INSTALLATION
2
Before installing this equipment, read
the “Safety instructions for the wiring
and installation of this apparatus” at
the front of this Instruction Bulletin.
Failure to follow safety instructions
could result in serious injury or death.
2-1
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
either make the necessary repairs or
install the Oxymitter 4000 upstream of
any leakage.
3. Ensure the area is clear of internal and
external obstructions that will interfere
with installation and maintenance access to the membrane keypad. Allow
adequate clearance for removal of the
Oxymitter 4000 (Figure 2-1 or Figure
2-2).
a. Selecting Location
1. The location of the Oxymitter 4000 in
the stack or flue is most important for
maximum accuracy in the oxygen
analyzing process. The Oxymitter 4000
must be positioned so the gas it measures is representative of the process.
Best results are normally obtained if
the Oxymitter 4000 is positioned near
the center of the duct (40-60% insertion). Longer ducts may require several
Oxymitter 4000 units since the O2 can
vary due to stratification. A point too
near the wall of the duct, or the inside
radius of a bend, may not provide a
representative sample because of the
very low flow conditions. The sensing
point should be selected so the process gas temperature falls within a
range of 32° to 1300°F (0° to 704°C).
Figure 2-1 through Figure 2-6 provide
mechanical installation references. The
ambient temperature of the integral
electronics housing must not exceed
149°F (65°C).
2. Check the flue or stack for holes and
air leakage. The presence of this condition will substantially affect the accuracy of the oxygen reading. Therefore,
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Do not allow the temperature of the
Oxymitter 4000 integral electronics to
exceed 149°F (65°C) or damage to the
unit may result.
b. Installation
1. Ensure all components are available to
install the Oxymitter 4000. If equipped
with the optional ceramic diffusion element, ensure it is not damaged.
2. The Oxymitter 4000 may be installed
intact as it is received.
NOTE
An abrasive shield is recommended
for high velocity particulates in the
flue stream (such as those in coalfired boilers, kilns, and recovery boilers). Vertical and horizontal brace
clamps are provided for 9 ft and 12 ft
(2.75 m and 3.66 m) probes to provide
mechanical support for the Oxymitter
4000. Refer to Figure 2-6.
3. Weld or bolt adapter plate (Figure 2-5)
onto the duct.
Installation
2-1
FLANGE
DIA
HOLE
DIA
(4) HOLES
EQ SP
ON BC
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5.71
(145)
5.12
(130)
BOTTOM VIEW
12.50 (318)
DIM "B"
REMOVAL ENVELOPE
T
4.75
(121)
WHE N
CI R
CU
IT
R
500 VA
5 Amps
COVER REMOVAL & ACCESS
6.52
(166)
REF AIR
ANSI 1/4 (6.35) TUBE
DIN 6 mm TUBE
JIS 6 mm TUBE
CAL GAS
SMART FAMILY
HART TM
IG
HT
WH E N
CI R
CU
VE ATM
OS I
O
PL WA RN I NG - SPH
EX -
REF.
GAS
85.8
(2179)
121.8
(3094)
157.8
(4008)
106
(2692)
142
(3607)
9 FT
12 FT
49.8
(1265)
34
(864)
3 FT
70
(1778)
31.8
(808)
16
(406)
18 IN.
6 FT
DIM "B"
DIM "A"
PROBE
TABLE 2. INSTALLATION/REMOVAL
ELEC CONN
3/4 NPT
IT
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12
(305)
2.89
(73)
1.55
(39)
12
(305)
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T
TABLE 1. MOUNTING FLANGE
DIN
ANSI
JIS
4512C17H01 4512C19H01 4512C18H01
6.10
6.00
7.28
(155)
(185)
(153)
0.75
0.59
0.71
(15)
(18)
(20)
P
6.02 (153)
T
R
TM
OXYMITTER 4000
SERIAL NO.
TAG NO.
VOLTS: 85-264 VAC WATTS:
48-62 Hz
OUTPUT: 4-20 mA
LINE FUSE:
P
WITH
STANDARD
SNUBBER
DIFFUSER
4.77 (121)
CAL.
GAS
IG
H
VE ATM
OS I
O
PL WA RN I NG - SPH
EX -
INSULATE IF EXPOSED TO
AMBIENT WEATHER CONDITIONS
KEE
DIM "A"
3535B18H02
3535B46H01
3535B45H01
NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN
INCHES WITH MILLIMETERS
IN PARENTHESES.
KEE
ADD TO DIM “A”
FOR PROBE WITH
CERAMIC DIFFUSER
AND FLAME
ARRESTOR
3.80(96)
ADD TO DIM “A”
FOR PROBE
WITH CERAMIC
DIFFUSER
5.14(131)
2.27 (58)
DIA MAX
ANSI
JIS
DIN
0.062 THK GASKET
-
IN
I VE
IN
-
Installation
I VE
2-2
E
ER
AL
E
ER
AL
PROCESS FLOW MUST BE IN
THIS DIRECTION WITH RESPECT
TO DEFLECTOR 3534B48G01
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HORIZONTAL MOUNTED SPS 4000 A
1/4 IN. TUBE FITTING FOR
INSTRUMENT AIR IN (OPTIONAL)
1/4 IN. TUBE
FITTING FOR
HIGH CAL
GAS IN
2
11.00
(279.40)
NOMINAL
0.94
(23.88)
TERMINAL
COVER
0.94
1/4 IN. TUBE (23.88)
FITTING
TO CAL GAS
FLOWMETER
1/4 IN. TUBE
FITTING FOR
LOW CAL
GAS IN
10 (254)
NOMINAL
12.00 (304.80)
NOMINAL
2.00 (50.80)
1/2 IN. CONDUIT
FITTING FOR
LINE VOLTAGE
1/2 NPT SIGNAL
CONDUIT PORT
(CUSTOMER TO
SUPPLY FITTING)
12.00 (304.80)
NOMINAL
TO VIEW AND
OPERATE
OXYMITTER 4000
KEYPAD
2.00 (50.80)
NOMINAL
CLEARANCE TO
REMOVE COVER
NOTE: DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
WITH MILLIMETERS IN PARENTHESES.
VERTICAL MOUNTED SPS 4000 A
14.00 (355.60)
NOMINAL
13.00
(330.20)
NOMINAL
2.00 (50.80) NOMINAL
CLEARANCE TO
REMOVE COVER
REFERENCE AIR
FLOWMETER (OPTIONAL)
(REFERENCE AIR OUT
TO OXYMITTER 4000)
CALIBRATION GAS
FLOWMETER
(CALIBRATION GAS OUT
TO OXYMITTER 4000)
10 (254)
NOMINAL
12.00 (304.80)
NOMINAL
TO VIEW AND
OPERATE
OXYMITTER 4000
KEYPAD
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Figure 2-2. Oxymitter 4000 Installation (with SPS 4000)
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2-3
DIFFUSER/DUST
SEAL ASSY
3.6 (91) DIA NOMINAL
DIM "A"
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50.5
(1283)
86.5
(2197)
122.5
(3112)
158.5
(4026)
31
(787)
67
(1702)
103
(2616)
139
(3531)
3 FT
6 FT
12 FT
TABLE 4. ABRASIVE SHIELD -3D39003
ANSI
DIN
FLANGE
JIS
9.25
9.00
9.25
FLANGE
(235)
(229)
(235)
DIA
0.94
HOLE
0.75
0.75
(19)
(24)
(19)
DIA
(8) HOLES
7.50
7.48
7.48
EQ SP
(190)
(190)
(190)
ON BC
CAL GAS*
WHE N
C
CI R
U
1/4 IN. TUBE
6 mm TUBE
6 mm TUBE
3/4 NPT ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION
IT
*ADD CHECK VALVE IN CAL GAS LINE
ANSI
ANSI
ANSI
REF AIR
IG
HT
VE ATM
OS I
O
PL WARN I NG - SPH
EX -
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9 FT
DIM "B"
12.50
(318)
T
DIM "A"
4.77
(121) 6.02
(153)
CAL.
GAS
DIM "B"
REMOVAL ENVELOPE
P
PROBE
7.00
(178)
KE E
TABLE 3.
INSTALLATION/REMOVAL TABLE
DEFLECTOR ASSY
SNUBBER/DUST
SEAL ASSEMBLY
0.2
(5)
3.9
(99)
IN
-
Installation
I VE
2-4
2. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES WITH MILLIMETERS IN PARENTHESES.
E
ER
AL
NOTES:
1. THESE FLAT-FACED FLANGES ARE MANUFACTURED TO ANSI, DIN, AND JIS BOLT PATTERNS
AND ARE NOT PRESSURE RATED.
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0.625-11
4.75
(121)
"B"
THREAD
"C"
DIA
5.708
(145)
(M-16 x 2)
7.5
(191)
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B
C
45o
A
(M-16 x 2)
0.625-11
7.50
(191)
"C"
THREAD
"D"
DIA
4 STUDS,
LOCKWASHERS AND
NUTS EQUALLY
SPACED ON
C DIA B.C.
A
B
CROSSHATCHED AREA IN 4
CORNERS MAY BE USED TO
PROVIDE ADDITIONAL HOLES FOR
FIELD BOLTING OF PLATE TO
OUTSIDE WALL SURFACE.
A
C
22.5o
*PART NUMBERS FOR ADAPTER PLATES INCLUDE
ATTACHING HARDWARE.
7.48
(190)
3.94
(100)
9.25
(235)
7.894
(200)
(M-20 x 2.5)
4.92
(125)
9.25
(235)
JIS
(P/N 3535B58G04)
ABRASIVE SHIELD
FLANGE O.D.
8 THREADED HOLES
EQUALLY SPACED ON
D DIA B.C.
DIN
(P/N 3535B58G06)
4.75
(121)
9.00
(229)
ANSI
(P/N 3535B58G02)
"B"
DIA
"A"
DIMENSIONS
IN.
(mm)
TABLE 6. ADAPTER PLATE* DIMENSIONS FOR OXYMITTER 4000
WITH ABRASIVE SHIELD
Oxymitter 4000
ADAPTER PLATE
FOR OXYMITTER 4000
INSTALLATION. SEE
FIGURE 2-1.
2.500 DIA
(63.5)
NOTE: DIMENSIONS ARE
IN INCHES WITH
MILLIMETERS IN
PARENTHESES.
A
5.118
(130)
(M-12 x 1.75)
6.50
(165)
JIS
(P/N 4512C35G01)
ADAPTER PLATE FOR 3, 6, 9,
AND 12 FT ABRASIVE SHIELD
INSTALLATIONS. SEE FIGURE 2-3.
DIN
(P/N 4512C36G01)
*PART NUMBERS FOR ADAPTER PLATES INCLUDE
ATTACHING HARDWARE.
6.00
(153)
ANSI
(P/N 4512C34G01)
"A"
DIMENSIONS
IN.
(mm)
TABLE 5. ADAPTER PLATE* DIMENSIONS FOR OXYMITTER 4000
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Figure 2-4. Oxymitter 4000 Adapter Plate Dimensions
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INSTALLATION FOR METAL
WALL STACK OR DUCT
CONSTRUCTION
INSTALLATION FOR MASONRY
WALL STACK CONSTRUCTION
0.50 [13]
0.50 [13]
BOLT ADAPTER
PLATE TO OUTSIDE
WALL SURFACE
FIELD WELD
PIPE TO
ADAPTER PLATE
3.75 [95]
MIN DIA HOLE
IN WALL
MTG HOLES
SHOWN ROTATED
45o OUT OF
TRUE POSITION
STACK OR DUCT
METAL WALL
MTG HOLES
SHOWN ROTATED
o
45 OUT OF
TRUE POSITION
PIPE 4.00 SCHED 40
PIPE SLEEVE (NOT
BY ROSEMOUNT)
LENGTH BY CUSTOMER
JOINT MUST
BE AIRTIGHT
WELD OR BOLT ADAPTER
PLATE TO METAL WALL
OF STACK OR DUCT.
JOINT MUST BE AIRTIGHT.
4.50 [114]
O.D. REF
MASONRY
STACK WALL
OUTSIDE WALL
SURFACE
NOTE:
ALL MASONRY STACK WORK AND JOINTS EXCEPT
ADAPTER PLATE NOT FURNISHED BY ROSEMOUNT.
BOLT ADAPTER
PLATE TO OUTSIDE
WALL SURFACE
FIELD WELD
PIPE TO
ADAPTER PLATE
3.50 [89]
O.D. REF
2.50 [63.5]
MIN DIA HOLE
IN WALL
STACK OR DUCT
METAL WALL
WELD OR BOLT ADAPTER
PLATE TO METAL WALL
OF STACK OR DUCT.
JOINT MUST BE AIRTIGHT.
PIPE 3.00 SCHED 40
PIPE SLEEVE (NOT
BY ROSEMOUNT)
LENGTH BY CUSTOMER
JOINT MUST
BE AIRTIGHT
MASONRY
STACK WALL
OUTSIDE WALL
SURFACE
NOTE:
DIMENSIONS IN INCHES WITH
MILLIMETERS IN PARENTHESES.
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BRACE BARS
(NOT BY ROSEMOUNT)
NOTE: DIMENSIONS IN INCHES WITH
MILLIMETERS IN PARETHESES.
2.00
(51)
2
o
60 MAX
}
1.00
(25)
30o MIN
VERTICAL BRACE CLAMP ASSY.
BY ROSEMOUNT
HORIZONTAL BRACE CLAMP ASSY.
(BOTH BRACE CLAMP ASSEMBLIES ARE THE SAME.
INSTALLATION AND LOCATION OF CLAMP ASSEMBLIES
AND BRACE BARS TO BE DONE IN FIELD.)
2 HOLES - 0.625
(16) DIA FOR
0.50 (12) DIA
BOLT
5.62
(143)
ABRASIVE SHIELD
4.12
(105)
4.12
(105)
0.375
(10)
1.00
(25) MAX
5.62
(143)
36.00 (914)
NOTE: BRACING IS FOR VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL OXYMITTER 4000
INSTALLATION. EXTERNAL BRACING REQUIRED FOR 9 FT AND 12 FT
(2.75 M AND 3.66 M) PROBES AS SHOWN ABOVE.
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4. If using the optional ceramic diffusion
element, the vee deflector must be correctly oriented. Before inserting the
Oxymitter 4000, check the direction of
gas flow in the duct. Orient the vee deflector so the apex points upstream toward the flow (Figure 2-7). This may be
done by loosening the setscrews and
rotating the vee deflector to the desired
position. Retighten the setscrews.
GAS FLOW
DIRECTION
VEE
DEFLECTOR
APEX
DIFFUSION
ELEMENT
FILTER
SETSCREW
5. In vertical installations, ensure the system cable drops vertically from the
Oxymitter 4000 and the conduit is
routed below the level of the electronics
housing. This drip loop minimizes the
possibility that moisture will damage the
electronics (Figure 2-8).
VEE
DEFLECTOR
22220020
Figure 2-7. Orienting the Optional Vee Deflector
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IVE
-
KEE
IG
HT
WHE N
CI R
CU
VE ATM
O
OS I
PL WARN I NG - SPH
EX -
AL
E
ER
P
T
DRIP
LOOP
CAL.
GAS
IN
REPLACE INSULATION
AFTER INSTALLING
OXYMITTER 4000
LOGIC I/O,
4-20 mA SIGNAL
IT
LINE
VOLTAGE
INSULATION
ADAPTER
PLATE
STACK OR DUCT
METAL WALL
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6. If the system has an abrasive shield,
check the dust seal gaskets. The joints
in the two gaskets must be staggered
180°. Also, make sure the gaskets are
in the hub grooves as the Oxymitter
4000 slides into the 15° forcing cone in
the abrasive shield.
NOTE
If process temperatures will exceed
392°F (200°C), use anti-seize compound on stud threads to ease future
removal of Oxymitter 4000.
7. Insert probe through the opening in the
mounting flange and bolt the unit to the
flange. When probe lengths selected
are 9 or 12 ft (2.74 or 3.66 m), special
brackets are supplied to provide additional support for the probe inside the
flue or stack (Figure 2-6).
Uninsulated stacks or ducts may
cause ambient temperatures around
the electronics to exceed 149°F (65°C),
which may cause overheating damage
to the electronics.
8. If insulation is being removed to access
the duct work for Oxymitter 4000
mounting, make sure the insulation is
replaced afterward (Figure 2-8).
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION (FOR
OXYMITTER 4000 WITHOUT SPS 4000)
All wiring must conform to local and national
codes.
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Disconnect and lock out power before
connecting the unit to the power
supply.
2
Install all protective equipment covers
and safety ground leads after installation. Failure to install covers and
ground leads could result in serious
injury or death.
To meet the Safety Requirements of
IEC 1010 (EC requirement), and ensure
safe operation of this equipment, connection to the main electrical power
supply must be made through a circuit
breaker (min 10 A) which will disconnect all current-carrying conductors
during a fault situation. This circuit
breaker should also include a mechanically operated isolating switch. If
not, then another external means of
disconnecting the supply from the
equipment should be located close by.
Circuit breakers or switches must
comply with a recognized standard
such as IEC 947.
NOTE
To maintain CE compliance, ensure a
good connection exists between the
mounting flange bolts and earth.
a. Remove screw (32, Figure 6-1), gasket (33),
and cover lock (34). Remove terminal block
cover (27).
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b. Connect Line Voltage
4000 Intelligent Multiprobe Test Gas
Sequencer Instruction Bulletin.
Connect the line, or L1, wire to the L1 terminal and the neutral, or L2 wire, to the N
terminal (Figure 2-9). The Oxymitter 4000
automatically will configure itself for 90-250
VAC line voltage and 50/60 Hz. The power
supply requires no setup.
3. If autocalibration is not utilized, a
common bi-directional logic contact is
provided for any of the diagnostic
alarms listed in Table 7-1. The assignment of alarms which can actuate this
contact can be modified to one of
seven additional groupings listed in
Table 3-1.
c. Connect 4-20 mA Signal and Logic
I/O/Calibration Handshake Leads
(Figure 2-9)
The logic contact is self-powered, +5
VDC, 340 ohm series resistance. An
interposing relay will be required if this
contact is to be utilized to annunciate a
higher voltage device, such as a light
or horn, and may also be required for
certain DCS input cards. A Potter &
Brumfield R10S-E1Y1-J1.0K 3.2 mA
DC or an equal interposing relay will be
mounted where the contact wires terminate in the control/relay room.
1. 4-20 mA Signal. The 4-20 mA signal
represents the O2 value and can also
operate the Model 751 Remote Powered Loop LCD Display or any other
loop powered display. Superimposed
on the 4-20 mA signal is HART information that is accessible through a
Model 275 Handheld Communicator or
AMS software.
2. Logic I/O/Calibration Handshake. The
output can either be an alarm or provide the handshaking to interface with
an IMPS 4000. For more information,
refer to paragraph 7-3 and the IMPS
d. Install terminal block cover (27, Figure 6-1)
and secure with cover lock (34), gasket
(33), and screw (32).
TERMINAL
BLOCK
AC TERMINAL
COVER
LINE VOLTAGE
(85 TO 264 VAC)
AC
L1
AC
N
AC LINE
VOLTAGE PORT
GROUND
LUGS
+
-
LOGIC I/O/
CALIBRATION HANDSHAKE
4-20 mA
SIGNAL
+
4-20
-
SIGNAL
PORT
LEFT SIDE OF
OXYMITTER 4000
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Figure 2-9. Terminal Block
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION (FOR OXYMITTER 4000 WITH SPS 4000)
The following contacts are provided through the
autocalibration system:
All wiring must conform to local and national
codes.
a. One contact closure per probe from the
control room to the SPS 4000 for “calibration initiate”.
Disconnect and lock out power before
connecting the unit to the power
supply.
Install all protective equipment covers
and safety ground leads after installation. Failure to install covers and
ground leads could result in serious
injury or death.
To meet the Safety Requirements of
IEC 1010 (EC requirement), and ensure
safe operation of this equipment, connection to the main electrical power
supply must be made through a circuit
breaker (min 10 A) which will disconnect all current-carrying conductors
during a fault situation. This circuit
breaker should also include a mechanically operated isolating switch. If
not, then another external means of
disconnecting the supply from the
equipment should be located close by.
Circuit breakers or switches must
comply with a recognized standard
such as IEC 947.
Autocalibration systems will inject gases into the
probe and make electronic adjustments with no
operator attention required. The SPS 4000 provides solenoid valves and circuitry for calibrating
a single Oxymitter 4000 unit.
The SPS 4000 autocalibration system utilizes
the Oxymitter 4000’s bidirectional logic contact
as a “handshake” signal. Therefore, this signal
is not available for alarming purposes.
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b. One contact output per probe from the SPS
4000 to the control room for “in calibration”
notification.
c. One contact per probe from the SPS 4000
to the control room for “calibration failed”
notification, which includes output from
pressure switch indicating “cal gas bottles
empty”.
NOTE
The 4-20 mA signal can be configured
to respond normally during any calibration, or can be configured to hold
the last O2 value upon the intitiation of
calibration. Factory default is for the
4-20 mA signal to operate normally
throughout calibration. Holding the
last O2 value may be useful if several
probes are being averaged for the
purpose of automatic control. Unless
several probes are being averaged,
always place any control loops using
the O2 signal into manual prior to
calibrating.
Electrically connect the probe as follows:
d. Remove screws (26, Figure 6-11) securing
terminal cover (27). Remove the cover to
expose terminal strip (25).
e. Connect Line Voltage
Route the line voltage leads into the manifold through the 1/2 in. line voltage conduit
fitting (Figure 2-2) and out through the bottom of the manifold. Connect the LINE IN
and NEUTRAL leads to terminals L and N,
respectively, as shown in Figure 2-10. Also,
be sure to connect the ground wire to the
ground lug. The unit automatically will configure itself for 90 to 250 VAC line voltage
and 50/60 Hz. The power supply requires
no setup.
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f.
Oxymitter 4000
Connect Remote Contact Input Wiring
To set up the SPS 4000 to initiate a calibration from a remote location, route the 5 VDC
calibration initiate contact input leads
through the 1/2 in. NPT signal conduit port
(Figure 2-2) and out through the bottom of
the manifold. Connect the (+) and (-) CAL
INITIATE leads to terminals 1 and 2, respectively, as shown in Figure 2-10.
The cabling requirement is 1000 ft (303 m)
maximum. Route the relay output leads
through the 1/2 in. NPT signal conduit port
(Figure 2-2) and out through the bottom of
the manifold. Connect the (+) and (-) CAL
FAIL leads and the (+) and (-) IN CAL leads
to terminals 7, 8, 9, and 10, respectively, as
shown in Figure 2-10.
h. Connect 4-20 mA Signal Wiring
g. Connect Relay Output Wiring
Relay connections are available to signal
when the Oxymitter 4000 is in calibration or
when calibration failed. Relay outputs can
be connected to either indicator lights or a
computer interface. The relay contacts are
capable of handling a 5 to 30 VDC maximum power source.
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Route the 4-20 mA signal wiring into the
manifold through the 1/2 in. NPT signal
conduit port (Figure 2-2) and out through
the bottom of the manifold. Connect the (+)
and (-) signal leads to terminals 3 and 4, respectively, as shown in Figure 2-10.
i.
Once all connections are made, install terminal cover (27, Figure 6-11) and secure
with screws (26).
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5 VDC
(SELF-POWERED)
TO REMOTE
CONTACT INPUT
CONNECTION
CAL INITIATE
+
4-20 mA
CONNECTION
+
-
5 - 30 VDC TO RELAY OUTPUT
CONNECTIONS
NOT USED
CAL FAIL
+
-
-
LINE IN
IN CAL
+
GROUND
-
NEUTRAL
90 - 250 VAC,
50/60 HZ LINE
VOLTAGE
INPUT
FACTORY
WIRING
TO INTERFACE
BOARD
FACTORY
WIRING TO
OXYMITTER
4000
NOT USED
GREEN
ORANGE
BLUE
RED
BROWN
YELLOW
WHITE
BLACK
FACTORY
WIRING TO
OXYMITTER
4000
FACTORY WIRING
TO INTERFACE BOARD
FACTORY WIRING
TO POWER SUPPLY
BOARD
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Figure 2-10. SPS 4000 Electrical Connections
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Oxymitter 4000
0.125-27 NPT FEMALE
OUTLET CONNECTION
1
2
3.12 (79.25) MAX
OUTLET
2.250 (57.15)
3
4.81 (122.17)
FLOW SET
POINT KNOB
NOTE: DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES WITH
MILLIMETERS IN PARENTHESES.
0.25-18 NPT FEMALE
INLET CONNECTION
1.19
(30.22)
2.0
(50.80)
1.50
(38.10)
DRAIN VALVE
8.50
(215.90)
MAX
2 MOUNTING HOLES
3.19 (81.03) LG
THROUGH BODY FOR
0.312 (7.92) DIA BOLTS
10.0
(254)
REF
0.250 OR 6 MM O.D.
TUBE COMPRESSION
FITTING (SUPPLIED BY WECO)
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2
3
FLOWMETER
2" PRESSURE GAGE
COMBINATION FILTER-REG.
0.2-2.0 SCFH 771B635H02
0-15 PSIG
275431-006
0-30 PSIG
4505C21G01
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OXYMITTER 4000
SERIAL NO.
TAG NO.
VOLTS: 85-264 VAC 48-62 Hz
OUTPUT: 4-20 mA LINE FUSE:
WATTS:
500 VA
5 Amps
INSTRUMENT AIR SUPPLY
10-225 PSIG MAX PRESSURE
0.250 OR 6 MM O.D. TUBING
(SUPPLIED BY CUSTOMER)
REF AIR SET
263C152G01
SCHEMATIC HOOKUP FOR REFERENCE AIR SUPPLY ON OXYMITTER 4000 PROBE HEAD.
26170035
Figure 2-11. Air Set, Plant Air Connection
2-4
PNEUMATIC INSTALLATION (FOR OXYMITTER 4000 WITHOUT SPS 4000)
a. Reference Air Package
After the Oxymitter 4000 is installed, connect the reference air set to the Oxymitter
4000. The reference air set should be installed in accordance with Figure 2-11.
Instrument Air (Reference Air): 10 psig
(68.95 kPag) minimum, 225 psig (1551.38
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kPag) maximum at 2 scfh (56.6 L/hr) maximum; less than 40 parts-per-million total
hydrocarbons. Regulator outlet pressure
should be set at 5 psi (35 kPa). Reference
air can be supplied by the reference air set
of the IMPS 4000.
If using an IMPS 4000, refer to the IMPS
4000 Intelligent Multiprobe Test Gas Sequencer Instruction Bulletin for the proper
reference air connections.
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Do not use 100% nitrogen as a low gas
(zero gas). It is suggested that gas for
the low (zero) be between 0.4% and
2.0% O2. Do not use gases with hydrocarbon concentrations of more
than 40 parts per million. Failure to
use proper gases will result in erroneous readings.
R
SMART FAMILY
HARTTM
R
2
500 VA
5 Amps
REFERENCE AIR
CALIBRATION GAS
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Figure 2-12. Oxymitter 4000 Gas Connections
Calibration Gas Connections
Locate the 1/4 in. calibration gas fittings on
the SPS 4000 manifold (Figure 2-2). Connect O2 calibration gas 1 (high calibration
gas) to the HIGH CAL GAS IN fitting and O2
calibration gas 2 (low calibration gas) to the
LOW CAL GAS IN fitting. Ensure the calibration gas pressure is set at 20 psi
(138 kPa).
b. Calibration Gas
Two calibration gas concentrations are used
with the Oxymitter 4000, Low Gas - 0.4% O2
and High Gas - 8% O2. See Figure 2-12 for
the Oxymitter 4000 connections.
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VOLTS: 85-264 VAC WATTS:
48-62 Hz
OUTPUT: 4-20 mALINE FUSE:
a. Reference Air Connection (Optional)
PNEUMATIC INSTALLATION (FOR OXYMITTER 4000 WITH SPS 4000)
If the reference air option (which includes
the reference air flowmeter, pressure regulator, and necessary tubing and fittings) is
used, connect the instrument air to the
1/4 in. fitting on the reference air pressure
regulator (Figure 2-2). The pressure regulator is factory set at 20 psi (138 kPa). Readjust by turning the knob on the top of the
regulator to obtain the desired pressure.
Do not use 100% nitrogen as a low gas
(zero gas). It is suggested that gas for
the low (zero) be between 0.4% and
2.0% O2. Do not use gases with hydrocarbon concentrations of more
than 40 parts per million. Failure to
use proper gases will result in erroneous readings.
If the SPS 4000 does not have the reference air option, connect the reference air to
the Oxymitter 4000 as instructed in paragraph 2-4.
!
NOTE
Upon completing installation, make sure that the Oxymitter 4000 is turned on and operating
prior to firing up the combustion process. Damage can result from having a cold Oxymitter
4000 exposed to the process gases.
During outages, and if possible, leave all Oxymitter 4000 units running to prevent condensation and premature aging from thermal cycling.
If the ducts will be washed down during outage, MAKE SURE to power down the Oxymitter
4000 units and remove them from the wash area.
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SECTION 3
STARTUP
2. Check the terminal block wiring. Be
sure the power, 4-20 mA signal, and
logic outputs are properly connected
and secure.
Install all protective equipment covers
and safety ground leads before
equipment startup. Failure to install
covers and ground leads could result
in serious injury or death.
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3. Install the housing cover on the terminal block and secure with cover lock
(34, Figure 6-1), gasket (33), and
screw (32).
GENERAL
a. Verify Mechanical Installation
4. For an Oxymitter 4000 with an integrally mounted SPS 4000, remove
screws (26, Figure 6-11) and terminal
cover (27). Check that the power and
signal terminations are properly connected to terminal strip (25) and secure
according to instructions in Section 2,
INSTALLATION.
Ensure the Oxymitter 4000 is installed correctly (Section 2, INSTALLATION).
b. Verify Terminal Block Wiring
1. Remove screw (32, Figure 6-1), gasket
(33), and cover lock (34) that secure
the terminal block cover. Remove the
cover to expose the terminal block
(Figure 3-1).
5. Install terminal cover (27) and secure
with screws (26).
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VOLTS: 85-264 VAC 48-62 Hz WATTS:
OUTPUT: 4-20 mA LINE FUSE:
500 VA
5 Amps
SW2
ON
AC
AC
L1
N
TEST
POINTS
4-20 mA
SIGNAL
HEATER T/C
HEATER
02 CELL
CALIBRATION
INC
TERMINAL
BLOCK
INC
HIGH
GAS
LOW
GAS
DEC
DEC
02 CELL mV +
02 CELL mv HEATER T/C +
HEATER T/C -
TP1
J1
TP2
TP3
TP4
RED
YEL
GRN
ORG
-
+
-
+
4-20
DIAGNOSTIC
ALARMS
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
CAL
TEST GAS +
PROCESS % 02
TP5
TP6
LOGIC I/O
GROUND LUGS
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Oxymitter 4000
c. Verify Oxymitter 4000 Configuration
Located on the microprocessor board, the
top board, are two switches that configure
outputs for the Oxymitter 4000 (Figure 3-2).
SW1 determines if the 4-20 mA signal is
internally or externally powered. SW2 determines:
1. Oxymitter 4000 status, HART or
LOCAL.
Typically, the probe’s sensing cell,
which is in direct contact with the process gases, is heated to approximately
1357°F (736°C), and the external temperature of the probe body may exceed 842°F (450°C). If operating
conditions also contain high oxygen
levels and combustible gases, the
Oxymitter 4000 may self-ignite.
If necessary, the O2 range can be configured from 0 to 40% O2. To select
values within this range, set position 1
of SW2 to HART and then enter the
range via HART/AMS. Do not change
position 1 of SW2 to LOCAL unless
you want to operate in the range specified by position 2 of SW2.
2. Oxygen range, 0 to 10% O2 or 0 to
25% O2. (0 to 40% O2 is also configurable only through HART/AMS.)
3. The 4-20 mA signal, at fault or power
up, 4 mA or 20 mA.
3. Position 3 determines the output at
startup or at an alarm. The settings are
4 mA or 20 mA. The factory setting is 4
mA. At startup, the current at the analog output is 4 mA or 20 mA.
Remove power from the Oxymitter
4000 before changing defaults. If defaults are changed under power, damage to the electronics package may
occur.
4. Position 4 is not used.
d. SW1
The two settings are internally or externally
powering the 4-20 mA signal. The factory
setting is for the 4-20 mA signal to be internally powered.
e.
SW2
The factory sets this switch as follows:
1. Position 1 is HART/LOCAL. This switch
controls the configuration of the Oxymitter 4000. The defaults cannot be
changed via HART/AMS unless the
switch is in the HART position. Placing
this switch in the LOCAL position
forces the O2 range to the setting of
position 2. This switch must be placed
in the LOCAL position or changes in
position 2 will have no effect.
2. Position 2 determines the O2 range.
This can be set to either 0 to 10% O2
or 0 to 25% O2. The factory setting is 0
to 10% O2.
3-2
Startup
f.
Once the cell is up to operating temperature, the O2 percentage can be read:
1. Access TP5 and TP6 next to the membrane keypad. Attach a multimeter
across TP5 and TP6. The calibration
and process gases can now be monitored. Pressing the INC or DEC once
will cause the output to switch from the
process gas to the calibration gas.
Pressing INC or DEC a second time
will increase or decrease the calibration gas parameter. If the keys have
been inactive for one minute, the output reverts to the process gas. When a
calibration has been initiated, the value
at TP5 and TP6 is the % O2 seen by
the cell. Oxygen levels, as seen on the
multimeter, are:
8.0% O2 = 8.0 VDC
0.4% O2 = 0.4 VDC
2. HART/AMS.
3. Model 751. The loop-driven LCD
display.
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Oxymitter 4000
INTERNAL:
4-20 mA IS
INTERNALLY
POWERED
(DEFAULT)
HART: O2 RANGE SET BY HART/AMS
(FROM 0 TO 40% O2)
LOCAL: O2 RANGE SET BY POS 2
0 TO 10% O2/
0 TO 25% O2: O2 RANGE
4 mA/20 mA: WHEN ALARM EXISTS, OR
ON POWER UP, CURRENT
OUTPUT GOES TO THIS VALUE
EXTERNAL:
4-20 mA
REQUIRES
AN EXTERNAL
POWER SUPPLY
LOCAL
HART
0 TO 25% O2
0 TO 10% O2
3.8 mA
NOT USED
22 mA
NOT USED
DEFAULT
POSITION
(EX-FACTORY)
SW
1
HEATER T/C
HEATER
O2 CELL
CALIBRATION
SW2
ON
DIAGNOSTIC
ALARMS
3
1
2
3
4
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
INC
INC
HIGH
GAS
LOW
GAS
DEC
DEC
TP1
J1
TP2
TP3
TP4
RED
YEL
GRN
ORG
TEST
POINTS
O2 CELL mV +
O2 CELL mV HEATER T/C +
HEATER T/C -
CAL
TEST GAS +
PROCESS % O2
TP5
TP6
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Figure 3-2. Oxymitter 4000 Defaults
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Oxymitter 4000
LOGIC I/O
Of the ten modes in Table 3-1, modes 0
through 7 are the alarm modes. The factory
default is mode 5 for Oxymitter 4000 units
without an IMPS 4000 or SPS 4000. In this
mode, the output will signal when a unit
alarm or a CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED indication occurs.
This two-terminal logic contact can be configured either as a solid-state relay-activated alarm
or as a bi-directional calibration handshake signal to an IMPS 4000 or SPS 4000. The configuration of this signal depends on the setting of
the LOGIC I/O PIN MODE via HART/AMS. The
ten different modes available are explained in
Table 3-1.
b. Calibration Handshake Signal
If using an optional IMPS 4000 or SPS
4000, the logic I/O must be configured for
calibration handshaking. Of the ten modes
in Table 3-1, only modes 8 and 9 are configured for calibration handshaking. For an
Oxymitter 4000 with an IMPS 4000 or an
SPS 4000, the factory sets the default to
mode 8. In this mode, the logic I/O will be
used to communicate between the Oxymitter 4000 and sequencer and to signal the
sequencer when a CALIBRATION RECOMMENDATION indication occurs.
a. Alarm
When configured as an alarm, this signal
alerts you to an out-of-spec condition. The
output is 5 V in series with a 340 ohm resistor. For optimum performance, Rosemount recommends connecting the output
to a Potter & Bromfield 3.2 mA DC relay
(P/N R10S-E1Y1-J1.0K).
Table 3-1. Logic I/O Configuration
Mode
Configuration
0
The unit is not configured for any alarm condition.
1
The unit is configured for a Unit Alarm.
2
The unit is configured for Low O2.
3
The unit is configured for both a Unit Alarm and Low O2.
4
The unit is configured for a High AC Impedance/CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED.
5*
The unit is configured for both a Unit Alarm and a High AC Impedance/
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED.
6
The unit is configured for both a Low O2 and High AC Impedance/CALIBRATION
RECOMMENDED.
7
The unit is configured for a Unit Alarm, a Low O2, and a High AC Impedance/
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED.
8**
The unit is configured for a calibration handshake with IMPS 4000 or SPS 4000.
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED will initiate the calibration cycle.
9
The unit is configured for a calibration handshake. CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED will not initiate the calibration cycle with the IMPS 4000 or SPS 4000.
*The default condition for an Oxymitter 4000 without an IMPS 4000 or SPS 4000.
**The default condition for an Oxymitter 4000 with an IMPS 4000 or SPS 4000.
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HEATER T/C
HEATER
O2 CELL
SW2
CALIBRATION
ON
HEATER T/C
HEATER
O2 CELL
CALIBRATION
DIAGNOSTIC
ALARMS
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
INC
INC
HIGH
GAS
LOW
GAS
DEC
DEC
J1
TP1
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
TP2
LIGHTING SEQUENCE DURING NORMAL OPERATION
TP3
TP4
RED
YEL
GRN
ORG
O2 CELL mV +
O2 CELL mv HEATER T/C +
HEATER T/C -
TEST
POINTS
3
HEATER T/C
CAL
HEATER
TEST GAS +
PROCESS % O2
O2 CELL
TP5
TP6
CALIBRATION
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
LIGHTING SEQUENCE DURING WARM-UP
22220056
Figure 3-3. Startup and Normal Operation
3-3
RECOMMENDED CONFIGURATION
a. 4-20 mA Signal Upon Critical Alarm
Rosemount recommends that the factory
default be utilized. The 4-20 mA signal will
go to the 3.8 mA level upon any critical
alarm which will cause the O2 reading to be
unusable. Customer can also select 22 mA
as the failure setting if normal operations
cause O2 readings to go below the zero %
O2 (4 mA) level.
If the O2 measurement is being utilized as
part of an automatic control loop, the loop
should be placed into manual upon this failure event or other appropriate action should
be taken.
b. Calibration
Rosemount recommends utilizing an autocalibration system, actuated by the “calibration recommended” diagnostic. New O2
cells may operate for more than a year, but
older cells may require recalibration every
few weeks as they near the end of their life.
This strategy ensures that the O2 reading is
always accurate, and eliminates many un-
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necessary calibrations based on calendar
days or weeks since previous calibration.
When utilizing the SPS 4000 or the IMPS
4000, consider wiring some or all associated alarm contacts.
1. CALIBRATION INITIATE. Contact
from the control room to an SPS 4000
or IMPS 4000 (one per probe) provides
the ability to manually initiate a calibration at any time from the control room.
Note that calibrations can also be initiated from a HART handheld communicator, from Asset Management
Solutions software, or from the keypad
on the Oxymitter 4000.
2. IN CALIBRATION. One contact per
probe provides notification to the control room that the “calibration recommended” diagnostic has initiated an
automatic calibration through the SPS
4000 or IMPS 4000. If the O2 signal is
being utilized in an automatic control
loop, this contact should be utilized to
place the control loop into manual during calibration.
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3. CALIBRATION FAILED. One contact
per probe from an SPS 4000 or IMPS
4000 to the control room for notification
that the calibration procedure failed.
Grouped with this alarm is an output
from a pressure switch which indicates
when the calibration gas bottles are
empty.
If there is an error condition at startup, one
of the diagnostics LEDs will be blinking.
Refer to Section 7, TROUBLESHOOTING,
to determine the cause of the error. Clear
the error, cycle power, and the operating
display should return.
d. Keypad
4. 4-20 mA SIGNAL DURING CALIBRATION. The 4-20 mA signal can be
configured to respond normally during
any calibration, or can be configured to
hold the last O2 value upon the initiation
of calibration. Factory default is for the
4-20 mA signal to operate normally
throughout calibration. Holding the last
O2 value may be useful if several
probes are being averaged for the purpose of automatic control. Unless several probes are being averaged, always
place any control loops using the O2
signal into manual prior to calibrating.
3-4
POWER UP
The five membrane keys on the membrane
keypad are only used during calibration to
adjust the high and low gas and to initiate
the calibration sequence (Figure 3-4).
3-5
START UP OXYMITTER 4000
CALIBRATION
Refer to Section 6, MAINTENANCE AND
SERVICE, for calibration instructions.
3-6
IMPS 4000 CONNECTIONS
See the IMPS 4000 Intelligent Multiprobe Test
Gas Sequencer Instruction Bulletin for wiring
and pneumatic connections.
DIAGNOSTIC
LEDS
a. Startup Display
When power is applied to the probe, the cell
heater turns on. It takes approximately one
half hour for the cell to heat to operating
temperature. This condition is indicated by
the top four LEDs (DIAGNOSTIC ALARMS)
on the membrane keypad (Figure 3-3).
Starting with the CALIBRATION LED, the
LEDs light in ascending order until all four
LEDs are on. At this point, all four turn off
and the cycle starts again. This ramp cycle
continues until the cell is up to operating
temperature.
MEMBRANE
KEYS
DIAGNOSTIC
ALARMS
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
TEST
POINTS
b. Operating Display
The ramp cycle turns into a cycle where the
diagnostic LEDs light in sequence from the
top to the bottom, one at a time. After the
bottom LED turns on, the sequence starts
again at the top with the HEATER T/C LED
(Figure 3-3).
HEATER T/C
HEATER
02 CELL
CALIBRATION
INC
INC
HIGH
GAS
LOW
GAS
DEC
DEC
02 CELL mV +
02 CELL mv HEATER T/C +
HEATER T/C -
CAL
TEST GAS +
PROCESS % 02
MEMBRANE
KEYS
MEMBRANE
KEY
22220023
Figure 3-4. Calibration Keys
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SECTION 4
OPERATION
4-1
GENERAL
a. Overview
Ensure the Oxymitter 4000 is at normal operation. The diagnostic LEDs will display the
operating cycle. All other LEDs should be
off (Figure 4-1).
1. DIAGNOSTIC ALARM LEDS. If there
is an error in the system, one of these
LEDs will flash various blink codes
(Section 7, TROUBLESHOOTING). In
the case of multiple errors, only one
will be displayed based on a priority
system. Correct the problem and cycle
power. The operating display will return
or the next error will be displayed. The
alarms are:
HEATER T/C
HEATER
O2 CELL
CALIBRATION
2. CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
LED. Turns on when the system determines a calibration is recommended.
3. TEST POINTS. Test points 1 through
6 will allow you to monitor with a multimeter: the heater thermocouple, O2
cell millivolt, and the process O2.
(a) TP1 and TP2 monitor the oxygen
cell millivolt output which equates
to the percentage of oxygen
present.
(b) TP3 and TP4 monitor the heater
thermocouple.
(c) TP5 and TP6 monitor the process
gas or the calibration gas
parameter.
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or flashing during calibration. Further
information is available in Section 6,
MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE.
5. Keys.
(a) INC and DEC. The INC and DEC
keys are used to set the values of
the calibration gases. Attach a
multimeter across TP5 and TP6.
The calibration and process gases
can now be monitored. Pressing
the INC or DEC once will cause
the output to switch from the process gas to the calibration gas.
Pressing INC or DEC a second
time will increase or decrease the
calibration gas parameter. If the
keys have been inactive for one
minute, the output reverts to the
process gas. When a calibration
has been initiated, the value at
TP5 and TP6 is the % O2 seen by
the cell. Oxygen levels, as seen on
the multimeter, are:
8.0% O2 = 8.0 volts DC
0.4% O2 = 0.4 volts DC
(b) CAL. The CAL key can:
1
Initiate a calibration.
2
Sequence through calibration.
3
Abort the calibration.
b. Model 751 Remote Powered Loop LCD
Display (Optional)
Refer to Remote Powered Loop LCD manual for calibration and operation.
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HEATER T/C
HEATER
SW2
ON
DIAGNOSTIC
ALARMS
HEATER T/C
HEATER
O2 CELL
CALIBRATION
O2 CELL
CALIBRATION
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
INC
INC
HIGH
GAS
LOW
GAS
DEC
DEC
TP1
J1
TP2
TP3
TP4
1
RED
YEL
GRN
ORG
TEST
POINTS
O2 CELL mV +
O2 CELL mv HEATER T/C +
HEATER T/C -
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
LIGHTING SEQUENCE DURING NORMAL OPERATION
CAL
CAL LED
TEST GAS +
PROCESS % O2
TP5
TP6
22220055
Figure 4-1. Normal Operation
4-2
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SECTION 5
HART/AMS
5-1
a. Method 1, For Load Resistance
> 250 Ohms
OVERVIEW
The HART Communicator is a handheld communications interface device. It provides a
common communications link to all microprocessor-based instruments that are HART compatible. The handheld communicator contains
an 8 × 21 character liquid crystal display (LCD)
and 25 keys. A pocket-sized manual, included
with the HART Communicator, details the specific functions of all the keys.
To interface with the Oxymitter 4000, the HART
Communicator requires a termination point
along the 4-20 mA current loop and a minimum
load resistance of 250 ohms between the communicator and the power supply. The HART
Communicator accomplishes its task using a
frequency shift keying (FSK) technique. With the
use of FSK, high-frequency digital communication signals are superimposed on the 4-20 mA
Oxymitter 4000 current loop. The communicator
does not disturb the 4-20 mA signal since no net
energy is added to the loop.
The HART Communicator may be interfaced
with a personal computer (PC), providing special software has been installed. To connect the
HART Communicator to a PC, an interface
adapter is required. Refer to the proper HART
Communicator documentation in regard to the
PC interface option.
5-2
HART COMMUNICATOR SIGNAL LINE
CONNECTIONS
The HART Communicator can connect to the
Oxymitter 4000 analog output signal line at any
wiring termination in the 4-20 mA current loop.
There are two methods of connecting the HART
Communicator to the signal line. For applications in which the signal line has a load resistance of 250 ohms or more, refer to method 1.
For applications in which the signal line load
resistance is less than 250 ohms, refer to
method 2.
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Refer to Figure 5-1 and the following steps
to connect the HART Communicator to a
signal line 250 ohms or more of load
resistance.
Explosions can result in death or serious injury. Do not make connections
to the HART Communicator's serial
port, 4-20 mV signal line, or NiCad
recharger jack in an explosive
atmosphere.
Using the supplied lead set, connect the
HART Communicator in parallel to the
Oxymitter 4000. Use any wiring termination
points in the analog output 4-20 mA signal
line.
b. Method 2, For Load Resistance
< 250 Ohms
Refer to Figure 5-2 and the following steps
to connect the HART Communicator to a
signal line with less than 250 ohms load
resistance.
Explosions can result in death or serious injury. Do not make connections
to the HART Communicator's serial
port, 4-20 mA signal line, or NiCad
recharger jack in an explosive
atmosphere.
1. At a convenient point, break the analog
output 4-20 mA signal line and install
the optional 250 ohm load resistor.
2. Plug the load resistor into the loop
connectors (located on the rear panel
of the HART Communicator).
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AC
L1
AC
N
RL ≥ 250Ω
+
-
4-20 mA SIGNAL LINE
+
4-20
-
TERMINAL BLOCK
ANALOG OUTPUT DEVICE
LOOP CONNECTORS
SERIAL PORT & BATTERY
LOOP CONNECTORS
CHARGER MUST
USE INTERFACE
00275 0013 ONLY
SERIAL PORT
NOT BE USED IN
HAZARDOUS AREAS
HART
COMMUNICATOR
LEAD SET
HART COMMUNICATOR
REAR PANEL
23230001
Figure 5-1. Signal Line Connections, ≥ 250 Ohms Lead Resistance
AC
L1
AC
N
RL < 250Ω
+
-
4-20 mA SIGNAL LINE
+
4-20
-
TERMINAL BLOCK
ANALOG OUTPUT DEVICE
LOOP CONNECTORS
SERIAL PORT & BATTERY
CHARGER MUST
NOT BE USED IN
LOOP CONNECTORS
250 OHM
LOAD
RESISTOR
(NOTE 1)
USE INTERFACE
00275 0013 ONLY
SERIAL PORT
HAZARDOUS AREAS
HART
COMMUNICATOR
HART COMMUNICATOR
REAR PANEL
NOTE: THE SIGNAL LOOP MUST BE BROKEN
TO INSERT THE OPTIONAL 250 OHM
LOAD RESISTOR.
23230002
Figure 5-2. Signal Line Connections, < 250 Ohms Lead Resistance
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analog output signal line, an undefined
status indication appears while the
communicator warms up. Wait until the
warmup period ends to continue.
HART COMMUNICATOR PC
CONNECTIONS
There is an option to interface the HART Communicator with a personal computer. Load the
designated AMS software into the PC. Then link
the HART Communicator to the PC using the
interface PC adapter that connects to the serial
port (on the communicator rear panel).
c. The opening menu displayed on the LCD is
different for on-line and off-line operations.
When powering up a disconnected (off-line)
communicator, the LCD will display the
Main Menu. When powering up a connected
(on-line) communicator, the LCD will display
the On-line Menu. Refer to the HART
Communicator manual for detailed menu
information.
Refer to the proper HART Communicator documentation in regard to the PC interface option.
5-4
OFF-LINE AND ON-LINE OPERATIONS
The HART Communicator can be operated both
off-line and on-line.
5-5
The Oxymitter 4000 logic I/O output can be
configured for ten different modes through
HART/AMS. The factory default condition is
Mode 5. A list of possible configurations appear
in Table 5-1.
a. Off-line operations are those in which the
communicator is not connected to the Oxymitter 4000. Off-line operations can include
interfacing the HART Communicator with a
PC (refer to applicable HART documentation regarding HART/PC applications.
b. In the on-line mode, the communicator is
connected to the 4-20 mA analog output signal line. The communicator is connected in
parallel to the Oxymitter 4000 or in parallel to
the 250 ohm load resistor.
NOTE
If the HART Communicator is turned
on while connected to the 4-20 mA
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The Unit Alarm configuration available for Modes
1, 3, 5, and 7 refers to the diagnostic alarm faults
in Table 7-1.
5-6
MENU TREE FOR HART COMMUNICATOR/OXYMITTER 4000 APPLICATIONS
This section consists of a menu tree for the
HART Communicator. This menu is specific to
Oxymitter 4000 applications.
HART/AMS
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Table 5-1. Logic I/O Configuration
Mode
Configuration
0
The unit is not configured for any alarm condition.
1
The unit is configured for a Unit Alarm.
2
The unit is configured for Low O2.
3
The unit is configured for both a Unit Alarm and Low O2.
4
The unit is configured for a High AC Impedance/CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED.
5*
The unit is configured for both a Unit Alarm and a High AC Impedance/
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED.
6
The unit is configured for both a Low O2 and High AC Impedance/CALIBRATION
RECOMMENDED.
7
The unit is configured for a Unit Alarm, a Low O2, and a High AC Impedance/
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED.
8**
The unit is configured for a calibration handshake with IMPS 4000 or SPS 4000.
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED will initiate the calibration cycle.
9
The unit is configured for a calibration handshake. CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED will not initiate the calibration cycle with the IMPS 4000 or SPS 4000.
*The default condition for an Oxymitter 4000 without an IMPS 4000 or SPS 4000.
**The default condition for an Oxymitter 4000 with an IMPS 4000 or SPS 4000.
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VIEW FLD
DEV VARS
PROCESS
VARIABLES
VIEW OUTPUT
VARS
VIEW FLD
DEV mV
O2 value
O2 cell temp
CJ temp
VIEW PV-Aout
PV is
PV O2 value
PV % rnge
PV AO
VIEW SV
SV is Cold Junct
SV __ mV
VIEW TV
TV is Cell
TV __ mV
VIEW 4V
4V is Cell TC
4V __ mV
Cell mV
Cell TC mV
CJ mV
Status Group 1
DEVICE SETUP
PV
PV AO
PV LRV
PV URV
STATUS
Status Group 2
Cell Temp Low
Cell Temp High
Cell Open
High Cell Imp.
CK.ER - EEPROM
Cal.Error Slope
Cal. Recommended
Status Group 3
Cal. Error Const.
Last Cal. Failed
Operate Model
AO Saturated
DIAG/SERVICE
Open T/C
Shorted T/C
Reversed T/C
Heater Open
Cell Temp Very HI
High Case Temp
5
AO1 Out Rnge lim
AO Fixed
Max Case Temp
LOOP TEST
Loop test
method...
O2 CALIBRATE
PERFORM O2
CAL
O2 Cal
Optrak TG?
CalState
O2 CAL
STATUS
CalState
TimeRemain
Present O2
LAST
CALCONSTANTS
Cal slope
Cal const
Cell Imp
RESET
CALCONSTANTS
Reset
CalConstants
method...
(CONTINUED ON
SHEET 2)
D/A TRIM
O2 Cal method...
Refer to para. 7-7
for the complete O2
calibration method
using the HART
Communicator.
D/A trim method
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SHEET 1)
BASIC SETUP
Tag
ASSIGN
PV & SV
SELECT O2
RANGE
DEVICE
INFORMATION
S/W VERSION
INFO
SENSORS
SIGNAL
CONDITION
DEVICE SETUP
PV
PV AO
PV LRV
PV URV
OUTPUT
CONDITION
DETAILED
SETUP
O2
PV is
SV is
TV is
4V is
URV
LRV
Oxygen
Cold Junct
Cell
Cell TC
____%
____%
Dev id
Descriptor
Message
Date
Final asmbly num
Snsr s/n
Ver
Chk sum
Bld num
Bld date
O2
O2 CELLTEMP
COLDJUNCTEMP
O2 CELL MV
O2 CELLTCMV
COLD JUNC MV
LIMITS DISPLAYED
PV URV
PV LRV
PV % rnge
PV AO ____ mA
PV AO Alrm typ
ANALOG
OUTPUT
LOOP TEST
Loop test
method...
D/A TRIM
D/A trim method...
HART OUTPUT
Poll addr
Num req preams
ALARM
OUTPUT
Logic I/O Pin State
Logic I/O Pin Mode
SLOPE
No Alarm
Unit Alarm
Low O2 Alarm
Low O2/Unit Alarm
Cal Rec
Cal Rec/Unit Alarm
Low O2/Cal Rec
Low O2/Unit/Cal Rec
Cal Rec/Handshake
Handshake
CONSTANT
(CONTINUED ON
SHEET 3)
O2
CALIBRATION
O2 ALARMS
HighTG
LowTG
OPtrak TG?
TGtime
PurgeTime
Cal Mode
Cal Intrvl h
Next CalTime h
OP locks
OP tracks
Manual
Auto
LoAlarmSP
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DEVICE
INFORMATION
Manufacturer
Model
Dev id
Tag
Descriptor
Message
Date
Final asmbly num
Snsr s/n
Fld dev rev
Hardware rev
Software rev
Universal rev
CAL INFO
Optrak TG?
Tgtime
PurgeTime
LowTG
HighTG
Cal slope
Cal const
CellImp
Imp Delta
DEVICE CONFIG
Slope
Constant
OUTPUTS
CONFIG
URV
LRV
LoAlarmSP
I/O Pin Mode
Poll addr
Num req preams
REVIEW
DEVICE SETUP
PV
PV AO
PV LRV
PV URV
5
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HART COMMUNICATOR MANUAL
O2 CAL METHOD
To perform a calibration using the HART Communicator, use the following procedure. If necessary, use the menu tree in Figure 7-3 (sheet 1
of 3) for reference.
the O2 CALIBRATE screen and select
menu item 2, O2 CAL STATUS, to view
menu item 1, CALSTATE; menu item 2,
TIMEREMAIN; and menu item 3, PRESENT
O2, as the calibration status updates.
f.
When CALSTATE displays APPLY GAS 2,
return to the O2 CAL procedure.
NOTE
To select a menu item, either use the
up and down arrow keys to scroll to
the menu item and press the right arrow key or use the number keypad to
select the menu item number.
To return to a preceding menu, press
the left arrow key.
a. From the PERFORM O2 CAL screen, select
menu item 1, O2 CAL, to access the O2
calibration procedure.
Failure to remove the Oxymitter 4000
from automatic control loops prior to
performing this procedure may result
in a dangerous operating condition.
b. In the first O2 CAL screen, a “Loop should
be removed from automatic control” warning
appears. Remove the Oxymitter 4000 from
any automatic control loops to avoid a potentially dangerous operating condition and
press OK.
c. The next several screens indicate the calibration status. At each of the following
status prompts, select menu item 2, NEXT
CAL STEP:
COMPLETE
CAL RECOMMENDED
APPLY GAS 1
GAS 1 FLOW
d. At this point, select menu item 4, EXIT, to
leave the O2 CAL procedure.
e. From the PERFORM O2 CAL screen, view
menu item 3, CALSTATE, to monitor the
calibration status as it updates. Or, access
5-8
HART/AMS
g. When the “Loop should be removed from
automatic control” warning appears, press
OK.
h. At the APPLY GAS 2 status prompt, select
menu item 2, NEXT CAL STEP. When the
status displays GAS 2 FLOW, select menu
item 4, EXIT, to leave the O2 CAL procedure.
i.
From the PERFORM O2 CAL screen, view
menu item 3, CALSTATE, to monitor the
calibration status as it updates. Or, access
the O2 CALIBRATE screen and select
menu item 2, O2 CAL STATUS, to view
menu item 1, CALSTATE; menu item 2,
TIMEREMAIN; and menu item 3, PRESENT
O2, as the calibration status updates.
j.
When CALSTATE displays STOP GAS, return to the O2 CAL procedure.
k. When the “Loop should be returned to
automatic control” message appears, return
the Oxymitter 4000 to the automatic control
loops previously removed and press OK.
l.
At the STOP GAS status prompt, select
menu item 2, NEXT CAL STEP. When the
status displays PURGING, select menu item
4, EXIT, to leave the O2 CAL procedure.
m. From the PERFORM O2 CAL screen, view
menu item 3, CALSTATE, to monitor the
calibration status as it updates. Or, access
the O2 CALIBRATE screen and select
menu item 2, O2 CAL STATUS, to view
menu item 1, CALSTATE; menu item 2,
TIMEREMAIN; and menu item 3, PRESENT
O2, as the calibration status updates.
n. When CALSTATE displays COMPLETE,
the calibration is finished.
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DEFINING A TIMED CALIBRATION VIA
HART
a. From the DEVICE SETUP screen, select
DETAILED SETUP.
Use the following procedure to specify a time
interval (in hours) at which the Oxymitter 4000
will be automatically calibrated.
b. From the DETAILED SETUP screen, select
O2 CALIBRATION.
NOTE
To select a menu item, either use the
up and down arrow keys to scroll to
the menu item and press the right arrow key or use the number keypad to
select the menu item number.
To return to a preceding menu, press
the left arrow key.
c. From the O2 CALIBRATION screen, select
menu item 6, CAL MODE. Set the CAL
MODE to AUTO.
d. Return to the O2 CALIBRATION screen and
select menu item 7, CAL INTRVL.
e. At the prompt, input a time interval (in
hours) at which an automatic calibration will
occur and press ENTER.
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SECTION 6
MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE
6-1
OVERVIEW
This section identifies the calibration methods
available and provides the procedures to maintain and service the Oxymitter 4000 and optional
integrally mounted SPS 4000.
Install all protective equipment covers
and safety ground leads after equipment repair or service. Failure to install covers and ground leads could
result in serious injury or death.
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b. Three types of calibration methods are
available: automatic, semi-automatic, and
manual.
NOTE
CALIBRATION
a. During a calibration, two calibration gases
with known O2 concentrations are applied to
the Oxymitter 4000. Slope and constant
values calculated from the two calibration
gases determine if the Oxymitter 4000 is
correctly measuring the net concentration of
O2 in the industrial process.
Before calibrating the Oxymitter 4000, verify
that the calibration gas parameters are correct by setting the gas concentrations used
when calibrating the unit (See paragraph
4-1a.5) and by setting the calibration gas
flowmeter.
The calibration gas flowmeter regulates the
calibration gas flow and must be set to
5 scfh. However, only adjust the flowmeter
to 5 scfh after placing a new diffusion element on the end of the Oxymitter 4000.
Adjusting the flowmeter at any other time
can pressurize the cell and bias the
calibration.
In applications with a heavy dust loading,
the O2 probe diffusion element may become
plugged over time, causing a slower speed
of response. The best way to detect a
plugged diffusion element is to note the time
it takes the Oxymitter 4000 to return to the
normal process reading after the last calibration gas is removed and the calibration
gas line is blocked off. A plugged element
also can be indicated by a slightly lower
reading on the flowmeter.
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during calibration or when the response time
to the process flue gases becomes very
slow. Each time the diffusion element is
changed, reset the calibration gas flowmeter
to 5 scfh and calibrate the Oxymitter 4000.
To change the diffusion element, refer to
paragraph 6-8.
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A calibration can be aborted any time
during the process by pressing the
CAL key (Figure 6-2) on the Oxymitter
4000 keypad three times in a three
second interval or via HART/AMS or
an IMPS 4000. An aborted calibration
will retain the values of the previous
good calibration.
1. Automatic Calibration. Automatic calibrations require no operator action.
However, the calibration gases must
be permanently piped to the Oxymitter
4000, an SPS 4000 or IMPS 4000
must be installed to sequence the
gases, and the Oxymitter 4000’s logic
I/O must be set to mode 8 via HART/
AMS so the sequencer and Oxymitter
4000 can communicate.
Depending on your system setup, an
automatic calibration can be initiated
by the following methods:
(a) The Oxymitter 4000’s CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED alarm signals that a calibration is required.
(b) Enter a “time since last cal” parameter (CAL INTRVL) via HART/
AMS that will initiate an automatic
calibration at a scheduled time interval (in hours). To configure the
CAL INTRVL parameter, refer to
paragraph 5-8.
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22
25
23
24
Note: The Electronic Assembly, item 12,
consists of items 13 through 20.
21
33
12
32
27
20
17
18
19
34
14
13
34
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PO ST
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02
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02 LL
CE
HE LL mV
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INC
HE ER mv
AT T/ ER C +
HIGH INC
T/C
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02 -
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
Heater Strut Assembly
Diffusion Assembly (Snubber)
Retainer Screw
Cell and Flange Assembly
Corrugated Seal
Probe Tube Assembly
Screw
Tube Connector
Gas Port
O-ring
Right Housing Cover
Electronic Assembly
Screw
Membrane Keypad
Snap Connector
Captive Screw
Microprocessor Board
Fuse Cap
Fuse
Power Supply Board
Electronic Housing
Screw
Lock Washer
Cable Clamp
Terminal Block
Captive Screw
10
Note: Not all parts shown.
5
9
4
3
8
28
1
2
29
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
30
31
Left Housing Cover
Silicon Tube
Tube Clamp
Screw
Washer
Screw
Gasket
Cover Lock
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4000’s logic I/O must be set to mode 8
or 9 via HART/AMS so the sequencer
and Oxymitter 4000 can communicate.
DIAGNOSTIC
ALARMS
Depending on your system setup, a
semi-automatic calibration can be initiated by the following methods:
HEATER T/C
HEATER
O2 CELL
CALIBRATION
(a) Oxymitter 4000. Press the CAL
key on the Oxymitter 4000 keypad.
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
TEST
POINTS
INC
INC
HIGH
GAS
LOW
GAS
DEC
DEC
O2 CELL mV +
O2 CELL mv HEATER T/C +
HEATER T/C -
(b) IMPS 4000. Use the IMPS 4000
keypad to change the InitCalX parameter of the CHANGE PRESETS display mode from 0000 to
0001. Refer to the IMPS 4000 Intelligent Multiprobe Test Gas Sequencer Instruction Bulletin for
more information.
CAL
TEST GAS +
PROCESS % O2
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Figure 6-2. Membrane Keypad
(c) If using an IMPS 4000, enter a time
interval via the IMPS 4000 keypad
that will initiate an automatic calibration at a scheduled time interval
(in hours). To set the CalIntvX parameter of the CHANGE PRESETS
display mode, refer to the IMPS
4000 Intelligent Multiprobe Test
Gas Sequencer Instruction Bulletin
for more information.
Once an automatic calibration is initiated, by any of the methods previously
described, the Oxymitter 4000’s CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED alarm
signals an IMPS 4000 or SPS 4000 to
initiate a calibration. The sequencer
sends an “in cal” signal to the control
room so that any automatic control
loops can be placed in manual. Then,
the sequencer begins to sequence the
calibration gases.
2. Semi-Automatic Calibration. Semiautomatic calibrations only require operator initiation. However, the calibration gases must be permanently piped
to the Oxymitter 4000, an SPS 4000 or
IMPS 4000 must be installed to sequence the gases, and the Oxymitter
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(c) HART. Use the HART Communicator to access the O2 CALIBRATE
menu and perform the O2 CAL
method. Refer to paragraph 5-7 for
the complete calibration procedure.
(d) AMS. Refer to AMS documentation for more information.
(e) Remote Contact. Initiate a calibration from a remote location via the
remote contact input connection
provided by an IMPS 4000 or SPS
4000. Refer to the documentation
available for the control system in
use for more information.
Once a semi-automatic calibration is
initiated, by any of the methods previously described, the Oxymitter 4000’s
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
alarm signals an IMPS 4000 or SPS
4000 to initiate a calibration. The sequencer sends an “in cal” signal to the
control room so that any automatic
control loops can be placed in manual.
Then, the sequencer begins to sequence the calibration gases.
3. Manual Calibration. Manual calibrations must be performed at the Oxymitter 4000 site and require operator
intervention throughout the process.
Manual calibration instructions can also
be found, in condensed form, on the
inside of the right electronics housing
cover (Figure 6-3).
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MANUAL
CALIBRATION
ALARMS
LED
FLASHES
STATUS
1
HEATER T/C
OPEN
2
SHORTED
3
REVERSED
A/D COMM
ERROR
OPEN
HIGH HIGH
TEMP
HIGH CASE
TEMP
LOW TEMP
4
1
2
3
HEATER
4
5
HIGH TEMP
OPEN
1
3
O2 CELL
4
1
CALIBRATION
2
3
BAD
EPROM
CORRUPT
INVALID SLOPE
INVALID
CONSTANT
LAST CAL
FAILED
CONTROL LOOP
* PLACE
IN MANUAL
IF CAL LED ON
* GO TO STEP 2
1 PUSH CAL
CAL LED ON
2 PUSH CAL
CAL LED FLASH
3 APPLY TG1
PUSH CAL
CAL LED ON SOLID
WAIT FOR FLASH
5 REMOVE TG1 & APPLY TG2
4
PUSH CAL
CAL LED ON SOLID
WAIT FOR FLASH
2 FLASH-VALID CAL
3 FLASH-INVALID CAL
7 REMOVE TG2
PUSH CAL
CAL LED ON FOR
8
PURGE TIME
CAL LED OFF
6
SW2 DIP SWITCH
HART
0-10%
4mA
NOT USED
LOCAL
0-25%
20mA
NOT USED
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Figure 6-3. Inside Right Cover
Use the following to perform a manual
calibration:
2
Push the CAL key. The CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
LED will turn off and the CAL
LED will flash continuously.
The Oxymitter 4000 can be
configured so that the 420 mA signal will hold the last
value. The default condition is
for the output to track. the
flashing LED indicates that
the Oxymitter 4000 is ready to
accept the first calibration
gas.
3
Apply the first calibration gas.
(Electronics will abort the calibration if step 4 is not done
within 30 minutes).
4
Push the CAL key; the CAL
LED will be on solid. A timer is
activated to allow the calibration gas adequate time to flow
(default time of five minutes).
When the timer times out, the
Oxymitter 4000 has taken the
(a) Place control loop in manual.
(b) Verify the calibration gas parameters are correct (paragraph 6-2a).
(c) If performing a manual calibration
with CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED LED off and the CAL
LED off, start at step 1.
(d) If performing a manual calibration
with CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED LED on and the CAL
LED on, start at step 2.
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Push the CAL key. The CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
LED will come on and the
CAL LED will be on solid. If a
multimeter is attached across
TP5 and TP6, the reading will
display the percentage of
oxygen seen by the cell.
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readings using the first calibration gas and the CAL LED
will flash continuously. The
flashing indicates the Oxymitter 4000 is ready to take
readings using the second
calibration gas.
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6
8
Remove the first calibration
gas and apply the second
calibration gas. (Electronics
will abort the calibration if step
6 is not done within 30
minutes).
Push the CAL key; the CAL
LED will be on solid as the
unit purges. (Default purge
time is three minutes). When
the purge is complete, the
CAL LED will turn off and the
Oxymitter 4000 output unlocks from its held value and
begins to read the process O2.
If the calibration was valid, the DIAGNOSTIC ALARMS LEDs will indicate normal operation. If the new
calibration values, slope or constant, is not within the parameters,
the DIAGNOSTIC ALARMS LED
will indicate an alarm. (See Section
7, TROUBLESHOOTING, for
alarm codes). If the calibration was
invalid, the Oxymitter 4000 will return to normal operation, as it was
before a calibration was initiated,
and the parameters will not be
updated.
Push the CAL key; the CAL
LED will be on solid. The
timer is activated for the second calibration gas flow.
When the timer times out, the
CAL LED will flash a 2 pattern
flash or a 3 pattern flash (2
pattern flash equals a valid
calibration, 3 pattern flash
equals an invalid calibration).
(e) Place control loop in automatic.
If the slope or the constant is
out of specification, a diagnostic alarm LED will be
flashing. The diagnostic alarm
will remain active until the
purge cycle is over. If the
three pattern flash occurs
without a diagnostic alarm,
the calibration gases could be
the same or the calibration
gas was not turned on.
The CAL LED flashing indicates the calibration is done.
(See Section 7, TROUBLESHOOTING, for an explanation of the 2 pattern and 3
pattern flashes).
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6
a. Diagnostic/Unit Alarms
Table 6-1 lists the types and status of
alarms that will be encountered. (See
Section 7, TROUBLESHOOTING, for a detailed description of each fault).
b. When the electronics determines a calibration is recommended, the CALIBRATION
RECOMMENDED LED is on solid.
c. The CAL LED turns on when a calibration is
recommended and is on during the calibration process. During calibration, the CAL
LED can be flashing, which would indicate
operator action is requested, or on solid,
which indicates calculations and measurements are in progress.
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Table 6-1. Diagnostic/Unit Alarms
LED
Flashes
Status
Fault
HEATER T/C
1
2
3
4
OPEN
SHORTED
REVERSED
A/D COMM ERROR
1
2
3
4
HEATER
1
2
3
4
5
OPEN
HIGH HIGH TEMP
HIGH CASE TEMP
LOW TEMP
HIGH TEMP
5
6
7
8
9
O2 CELL
1
3
4
HIGH mV
BAD
EEPROM CORRUPT
10
11
12
CALIBRATION
1
2
3
INVALID SLOPE
INVALID CONSTANT
LAST CALIBRATION FAILED
13
14
15
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LEFT SIDE OF
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LINE VOLTAGE
(90 TO 250 VAC)
4 TO 20 mA
SIGNAL
AC TERMINAL
COVER
+
-
+
-
4-20
AC
AC
N
L1
MOUNTING
SCREW
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OUTPUT: 4-20 mALINE FUSE:
500 VA
5 Amps
TERMINAL
BLOCK
MOUNTING
SCREW
AC LINE
VOLTAGE PORT
SIGNAL
PORT
GROUND
LUGS
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It is recommended that the Oxymitter
4000 be removed from the stack for all
service activities. The unit should be
allowed to cool and be taken to a clean
work area. Failure to comply may
cause severe burns.
Disconnect and lock out power before
working on any electrical components.
There is voltage up to 115 VAC.
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OXYMITTER 4000
REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT
a. Oxymitter 4000 (without Integrally
Mounted SPS 4000)
1. Remove.
(a) Turn off power to the system.
(b) Shut off the calibration gases at
the cylinders and the instrument
air.
(c) Disconnect the calibration gas and
instrument air lines from the Oxymitter 4000.
(d) While facing the Oxymitter 4000
and looking at the Rosemount label, remove screw (32, Figure 6-1),
gasket (33) and cover lock (34) securing left housing cover (27). Remove the cover to expose the
terminal block (Figure 6-4).
(e) Loosen the screw on the AC terminal cover and slide the cover back
to access the neutral and line terminals. Loosen the AC line and
neutral terminal screws and remove the leads. Loosen the
ground lug screws and remove the
leads. Slide the line power leads
out of the AC line voltage port.
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(f) Loosen the logic I/O and the 420 mA signal terminal screws.
Remove the leads from the terminals and slide the wires out of the
signal port.
(g) Remove insulation to access the
mounting bolts. Unbolt the Oxymitter 4000 from the stack and
take it to a clean work area.
(h) Allow the unit to cool to a comfortable working temperature.
2. Replace.
(a) Bolt the Oxymitter 4000 to the
stack and install insulation.
(b) Insert the logic I/O and 4-20 mA
leads in the signal port and connect to the logic I/O and 4-20 mA
screw terminals (Figure 6-4).
(c) Insert the power leads in the AC
line voltage port and connect to the
AC line screw terminals. Connect
the line, or L1, wire to the L1 terminal, and the neutral, or L2, wire
to the N terminal. Slide the AC
terminal cover over the terminal
connection and tighten the cover
screw.
(d) Install left housing cover (27,
Figure 6-1) and ensure it is tight.
Secure the cover using cover lock
(34), gasket (33), and screw (32).
(e) Connect the calibration gas and instrument air lines to the Oxymitter
4000.
(f) Turn on the calibration gases at
the cylinders and turn on instrument air.
(g) Restore power to the system.
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b. Oxymitter 4000 (with Integrally Mounted
SPS 4000)
(i) Allow the unit to cool to a comfortable working temperature.
2. Replace.
1. Remove.
(a) Bolt the Oxymitter 4000/SPS 4000
assembly to the stack and install
insulation.
(a) Turn off power to the system.
(b) Shut off the calibration gases at
the cylinders and the instrument
air.
(b) Follow the instructions in paragraph 2-3 to connect the line voltage and signal leads to an Oxymitter 4000/ SPS 4000 assembly.
(c) Disconnect the instrument air and
calibration gas lines from the SPS
4000. If the instrument air does not
flow through the SPS 4000, disconnect the instrument air directly
at the Oxymitter 4000.
(c) Follow the instructions in paragraph 2-5 to connect the calibration gases and instrument air to an
Oxymitter 4000/SPS 4000 assembly. Turn on the calibration gases
at the cylinders and turn on instrument air.
(d) Remove the screws securing the
terminal cover to the SPS 4000
manifold. Remove the terminal
cover to expose the terminal strip.
(e) Tag all customer-wired leads that
are connected to the terminal strip
before removing.
(f) On the terminal strip, loosen the
screws securing the customerwired LINE IN and NEUTRAL
leads to terminals L and N (Figure
2-10). Also, remove the customerwired ground lead from the ground
lug. Remove the leads from the
terminal strip and slide them from
the manifold through the line voltage conduit port.
(g) Next, loosen the screws of remote
contact input terminals 1 and 2; 420 mA terminals 3 and 4; and relay
output terminals 7, 8, 9, and 10.
Remove the leads from the terminal strip and slide them from the
manifold through the signal conduit
port.
(h) Remove insulation to access the
mounting bolts. Unbolt the Oxymitter 4000/SPS 4000 assembly
from the stack and take the entire
assembly to a clean work area.
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(d) Restore power to the system.
6-5
ELECTRONICS REPLACEMENT
Each of the following procedures details how to
remove and replace a specific electronic component of the Oxymitter 4000.
NOTE
Recalibration is required whenever
electronic cards or sensing cell is replaced.
a. Entire Electronics Replacement
(with Housing)
NOTE
Only perform this procedure on Oxymitter 4000 units without integrally
mounted SPS 4000 units. If it is necessary to replace the entire electronics
on an Oxymitter 4000/ SPS 4000 assembly, contact Rosemount for further
instructions.
1. Follow the instructions in paragraph
6-4a.1 to remove the Oxymitter 4000
from the stack or duct. If removing an
Oxymitter 4000/SPS 4000 assembly,
follow the instructions in paragraph
6-4b.1.
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HEATER T/C -
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SERIAL NO.
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VOLTS: 85-264 VAC WATTS:
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SW2
TEST
POINTS
500 VA
5 Amps
INC
INC
HIGH
GAS
LOW
GAS
DEC
DEC
J1
TP1
TP2
TP3
TP4
RED
YEL
GRN
ORG
R
HEATER T/C
HEATER
O2 CELL
CALIBRATION
ON
DIAGNOSTIC
ALARMS
CAL
TEST GAS +
PROCESS % O2
TP5
TP6
MOUNTING SCREW
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Figure 6-5. Electronic Assembly
8. Hold the J1 and J8 connectors out and
to the probe side of the electronic
housing. Make sure that the conduit
port of the electronic housing is on the
same side as the CAL and REF gas
ports. Replace the four screws and
tighten.
2. Remove the right housing cover uncovering the electronic assembly
(Figure 6-5).
3. Depress and remove the J1 (cell and
T/C) connector from the J1 socket.
Loosen the three captive mounting
screws on the microprocessor board
(top board).
9. Reconnect the J8 connector to the
power supply board. Make sure the
connector is secure.
4. The J8 connector (heater leads) can be
accessed by moving the J1 connector
leads out of the slot on the microprocessor board and sliding the electronic
assembly partially out of the housing
(Figure 6-6).
1
+
POWER
SUPPLY
BOARD
5. Squeeze the J8 connector on the sides
and carefully remove. The electronic
assembly can now be completely removed from the housing.
7. When reinstalling or replacing the
electronic housing, make sure that Oring (10) is in good condition. Place the
J1 and J8 connectors in the hole on the
flat side of the electronic housing.
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250VAC
TIME LAG
+
J8
+
1
9G
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3D
6. Remove the four screws (7, Figure 6-1)
from the probe finned housing. The
probe and the electronic housing can
now be separated.
+
+
+
RE
V
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10. Holding the J1 connector leads, slide
the electronic assembly the rest of the
way into the housing. Align the electronic assembly so that it fits flush on
the pins. To ensure that it is flush,
gently try to rotate the electronics. If
the electronics rotates, repeat the
alignment.
6. Holding the J1 connector leads, slide
the electronic assembly the rest of the
way into the housing. Align the electronic assembly so that it fits flush on
the pins. To ensure that it is flush,
gently try to rotate the electronics. If
the electronics rotates, repeat the
alignment.
11. Reconnect the J1 connector to the microprocessor board. Ensure the connector is secure and tighten the three
captive screws on the microprocessor
board (top board).
7. Reconnect the J1 connector to the microprocessor board. Ensure the connector is secure and tighten the three
captive screws on the microprocessor
board (top board).
12. Replace the housing cover and ensure
it is tight.
8. Replace the housing cover and ensure
it is tight.
13. Follow the instructions in paragraph
6-4a.2 to install the Oxymitter 4000 into
the stack or duct. If installing an Oxymitter 4000/ SPS 4000 assembly, follow the instructions in paragraph
6-4b.2.
c. Terminal Block Replacement (Figure 6-4)
b. Electronic Assembly Replacement
(Figure 6-5)
1. Remove the right housing cover uncovering the electronic assembly.
2. Depress and remove the J1 (cell and
T/C) connector from the J1 socket.
Loosen the three captive mounting
screws on the microprocessor board
(top board).
3. The J8 connector (heater leads) can be
accessed by moving the J1 connector
leads out of the slot on the microprocessor board and sliding the electronic
assembly partially out of the housing
(Figure 6-6).
4. Squeeze the J8 connector on the sides
and carefully remove. The electronic
assembly can now be completely removed from the housing.
5. Reconnect the J8 connector to the
power supply board. Make sure the
connector is secure.
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1. Loosen the mounting screws on the
terminal block and carefully lift the
block out of the housing.
2. Carefully align the new terminal block
on the pins so that it sits flat in the
housing. The round end of the terminal
block should be on the opposite side of
the housing conduit ports and should
not be able to rotate.
3. Tighten the three mounting screws and
ensure the terminal block is secure in
the housing.
d. Fuse Replacement (Figure 6-5)
1. Remove the right housing cover uncovering the electronic assembly.
2. Depress and remove the J1 (cell and
T/C) connector from the J1 socket.
Loosen the three captive mounting
screws on the microprocessor board
(top board).
3. The J8 connector (heater leads) can be
accessed by moving the J1 connector
leads out of the slot on the microprocessor board and sliding the electronic
assembly partially out of the housing
(Figure 6-6).
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the assembly is secure by gently trying
to separate the boards.
1
POWER
SUPPLY
BOARD
+
9. Reconnect connector J8 to the power
supply board. Make sure the connector
is secure.
+
+
10. Holding the J1 connector leads, slide
the electronic assembly the rest of the
way into the housing. Align the electronic assembly so that it fits flush on
the pins. To ensure that it is flush,
gently try to rotate the electronics. If
the electronics rotates, repeat the
alignment.
5A
250VAC
TIME LAG
+
+
1
9G
61
39
3D
FUSE
+
RE
+
V
22220058
11. Reconnect the J1 connector to the microprocessor board. Ensure the connector is secure and tighten the three
captive screws on the microprocessor
board (top board).
Figure 6-7. Fuse Location
4. Squeeze the J8 connector on the sides
and carefully remove. The electronic
assembly can now be completely removed from the housing.
5. Completely remove the three mounting
screws on the microprocessor board.
6. Turn the electronic assembly over so
that you are looking at the bottom of
the power supply printed circuit board.
Gently depress the two white posts one
at a time. Carefully separate the power
supply board from the microprocessor
board.
7. Remove the fuse and replace it with a
new one (Figure 6-7).
8. Align the white posts with the post
holes on the power supply board and
the pin connector on the power supply
board with the connector port on the
back of the microprocessor board.
Gently push the boards together until
the white posts snap in place. Ensure
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12. Replace the housing cover and ensure
that it is tight.
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ENTIRE PROBE REPLACEMENT
(EXCLUDING ELECTRONICS)
Do not attempt to replace the probe until all
other possibilities for poor performance have
been considered. If probe replacement is
needed, see Table 8-1 for part numbers.
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a. Follow the instructions in paragraph 6-4a.1
to remove the Oxymitter 4000 from the
stack or duct. If removing an Oxymitter 4000
with an integrally mounted SPS 4000, follow
the instructions in paragraph 6-4b.1.
b. Separate the probe and the electronics
housing per paragraph 6-5a, steps 2
through 6.
c. Reinstall electronics on the new probe per
paragraph 6-5a, steps 7 through 13.
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HEATER STRUT REPLACEMENT
stack or duct. If removing an Oxymitter
4000/SPS 4000 assembly, follow the instructions in paragraph 6-4b.1.
This paragraph covers heater strut replacement.
Do not attempt to replace the heater strut until
all other possibilities for poor performance have
been considered. If heater strut replacement is
needed, order a replacement heater strut.
(Table 9-1).
b. Remove entire electronics per paragraph
6-5a, steps 2 through 6.
NOTE
If the Oxymitter 4000 is equipped with
an integrally mounted SPS 4000 and
installed in corrosive conditions,
stainless steel gas tubes are used instead of silicon or Teflon tubes.
Use heat resistant gloves and clothing
when removing probe. Do not attempt
to work on the probe until it has
cooled to room temperature. The
probe can be as hot as 800°F (427°C).
This can cause severe burns.
c. Carefully remove the CAL and REF gas silicon tubes by pulling them off the CAL and
REF gas ports. Pull the silicon tubes off the
CAL and REF gas lines.
NOTE
If the Oxymitter 4000 has an integrally
mounted SPS 4000, it is not necessary
to remove the sequencer when replacing the heater strut.
d. Loosen, but do not remove, the three
screws (30, Figure 6-1) on the strut in the
finned housing. The spring tension should
release and the strut moves up.
e. Grasp the wire loop and carefully slide the
strut out of the probe tube (Figure 6-8).
a. Follow the instructions in paragraph 6-4a.1
to remove the Oxymitter 4000 from the
WIRE
LOOP
V-DEFLECTOR
CERAMIC SUPPORT ROD
CERAMIC
DIFFUSER
ASSEMBLY
CELL FLANGE
HEATER
22220050
Figure 6-8. Heater Strut Assembly
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f.
When replacing the strut, align the slot on
the heater plate with the calibration gas line
in the probe tube. Slide the strut into the
probe tube. It will turn to align the hole on
the back plate of the strut with the calibration gas line. When the hole and the calibration gas line are aligned correctly, the
strut will slide in the rest of the way.
g. Push down on the back plate of the strut to
make sure you have spring tension and
then tighten the three screws on the back
plate.
h. Replace the CAL and REF gas silicon
tubes.
i.
j.
6-8
CELL REPLACEMENT
This paragraph covers oxygen sensing cell replacement. Do not attempt to replace the cell
until all other possibilities for poor performance
have been considered. If cell replacement is
needed, order the cell replacement kit (Table
9-1).
The cell replacement kit (Figure 6-9) contains a
cell and flange assembly, corrugated seal,
setscrews, socket head cap screws, and antiseize compound. The items are carefully packaged to preserve precise surface finishes. Do
not remove items from the packaging until they
are ready to be used. Spanner wrenches and
hex wrenches needed for this procedure are
part of an available special tools kit (Table 9-1).
Install the entire electronics per paragraph
6-5a, steps 7 through 13.
Follow the instructions in paragraph 6-4a.2
to install the Oxymitter 4000 into the stack
or duct. If installing an Oxymitter 4000/SPS
4000 assembly, follow the instructions in
paragraph 6-4b.2.
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Disconnect and lock out power before
working on any electrical components.
There is voltage of up to 115 VAC.
PROBE TUBE
(NOT INCLUDED
IN KIT)
CORRUGATED
SEAL
CELL AND
FLANGE
ASSEMBLY
SOCKET HEAD
CAP SCREWS
Do not remove the cell unless certain
it needs to be replaced. Removal may
damage the cell and platinum pad. Go
through the complete troubleshooting
procedure to make sure the cell needs
to be replaced before removing it.
a. Follow the instructions in paragraph 6-4a.1
to remove the Oxymitter 4000 from the
stack or duct. If removing an Oxymitter
4000/SPS 4000 assembly, follow the instructions in paragraph 6-4b.1.
CALIBRATION GAS
PASSAGE
22220028
Figure 6-9. Cell Replacement Kit
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when removing the probe. Do not attempt to work on these components
until they have cooled to room temperature. Probe components can be as
hot as 800°F (427°C). This can cause
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b. If the probe uses the standard diffusion
element, use a spanner wrench to remove
the diffusion element.
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NOTE
To determine if the diffusion element
needs to be replaced, refer to paragraph 6-2.
c. If equipped with the optional ceramic diffusion assembly, remove and discard the
setscrews and remove the vee deflector
(Figure 6-10). Use spanner wrenches from
the probe disassembly kit (Table 9-1), to
turn the hub free from the retainer. Inspect
the diffusion element. If damaged, replace
the element.
d. Loosen the four socket head cap screws
from the cell and flange assembly and remove the assembly and the corrugated
seal. The cell flange has a notch that may
be used to gently pry the flange away from
the probe. Note that the contact pad inside
of the probe will sometimes fuse to the oxygen sensing cell. If the cell is fused to the
contact pad, push the cell assembly back
into the probe (against spring pressure) and
quickly twist the cell assembly. The cell and
contact pad should separate. If the contact
pad stays fused to the cell, a new
contact/thermocouple assembly must be installed. Disconnect the cell and the thermocouple wires at the probe electronics and
withdraw the cell with the wires still
attached.
e. Remove entire electronics per paragraph
6-5a, steps 2 through 6.
f.
If the contact assembly is damaged, replace
the strut or the contact pad. Instructions for
replacing the contact pad are in the cell replacement kit.
g. Remove and discard the corrugated seal.
Clean the mating faces of the probe tube
and retainer. Remove burrs and raised
surfaces with a block of wood and crocus
cloth. Clean the threads on the retainer and
hub.
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h. Rub a small amount of anti-seize compound
on both sides of the new corrugated seal.
i.
Assemble the cell and flange assembly, corrugated seal, and probe tube. Make sure
the calibration tube lines up with the calibration gas passage in each component.
Apply a small amount of anti-seize compound to the screw threads and use the
screws to secure assembly. Torque to 35 inlbs (4 N·m).
j.
Install the entire electronics per paragraph
6-5a, steps 7 through 13.
k. Apply anti-seize compound to the threads of
the cell assembly, hub, and setscrews. Reinstall the hub on the cell assembly. Using
pin spanner wrenches, torque to 10 ft-lbs
(14 N·m). If applicable, reinstall the vee deflector, orienting apex toward gas flow. Secure with the setscrews and anti-seize
compound. Torque to 25 in-lbs (2.8 N·m).
l.
On systems equipped with an abrasive
shield, install the dust seal gaskets, with
joints 180° apart.
m. Reinstall the probe and gasket on the stack
flange.
n. Follow the instructions in paragraph 6-4a.2
to install the Oxymitter 4000 into the stack
or duct. If installing an Oxymitter 4000/SPS
4000 assembly, follow the instructions in
paragraph 6-4b.2. If there is an abrasive
shield in the stack, make sure the dust seal
gaskets are in place as they enter the 15°
reducing cone.
o. Turn on power and monitor thermocouple
output. It should stabilize at 29.3+0.2 mV.
Set reference air flow at 2 scfh (56.6 l/hr).
After the Oxymitter 4000 stabilizes, calibrate
the unit. If new components have been installed, repeat calibration after 24 hours of
operation.
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RETAINER
OPTIONAL CERAMIC
DIFFUSION ELEMENT
Hex wrenches needed to remove setscrews
and socket head screws in the following
procedure are available as part of a Probe
Disassembly Kit, Table 9-1.
b. Replacement Procedure
SETSCREW
1. Follow the instructions in paragraph
6-4a to remove the Hazardous Area
Oxymitter 4000 from the stack or duct.
HUB
CEMENT
FILLET
CEMENT
PORT
VEE
DEFLECTOR
22220029
Figure 6-10. Ceramic Diffusion Element
Replacement
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CERAMIC DIFFUSION ELEMENT
REPLACEMENT
NOTE
This refers to the ceramic diffusion
element only.
a. General
The diffusion element protects the cell from
particles in process gases. Normally, it does
not need to be replaced because the vee
deflector protects it from particulate erosion.
In severe environments, the filter may be
broken or subject to excessive erosion. Examine the ceramic diffusion element whenever removing the probe for any purpose.
Replace if damaged.
Damage to the ceramic diffusion element
may become apparent during calibration.
Compare probe response with previous response. A broken diffusion element will
cause a slower response to calibration gas.
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2. Loosen setscrews, Figure 6-10, using
hex wrench from Probe Disassembly
Kit, Table 9-1, and remove vee deflector. Inspect setscrews. If damaged, replace with stainless setscrews coated
with anti-seize compound.
3. On systems equipped with abrasive
shield, remove dual dust seal gaskets.
4. Use spanner wrenches from Probe
Disassembly Kit, Table 9-1, to turn hub
free from retainer.
5. Put hub in vise. Break out old ceramic
diffusion element with chisel along cement line. Use a 3/8 in. (9.5 mm) pin
punch and clean fillet from the cement
port.
6. Break out remaining ceramic diffusion
element by tapping lightly around hub
with hammer. Clean grooves with
pointed tool if necessary.
7. Replace ceramic diffusion element using the ceramic diffusion element replacement kit in Table 9-1. This
consists of a diffusion element, cement, setscrews, anti-seize compound,
and instructions.
8. Test fit replacement ceramic diffusion
element to be sure seat is clean.
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Do not get cement on ceramic diffusion element except where it touches
the hub. Any cement on ceramic diffusion element blocks airflow through
element. Wiping wet cement off of ceramic only forces cement into pores.
Also, do not get any cement onto the
flame arrester element.
9. Thoroughly mix cement and insert tip
of squeeze bottle into cement port. Tilt
bottle and squeeze while simultaneously turning ceramic diffusion element
into seat. Do not get any cement on
upper part of ceramic diffusion element. Ensure complete penetration of
cement around 3 grooves in hub. Cement should extrude from opposite
hole. Wipe excess material back into
holes and wipe top fillet of cement to
form a uniform fillet. (A cotton swab is
useful for this.) Clean any excess cement from hub with water.
10. Allow filter to dry at room temperature
overnight or 1 to 2 hours at 200°F
(93°C).
11. Wipe a heavy layer of anti-seize compound onto the threads and mating
surfaces of the flame arrester, diffusion
hub, and probe tube.
12. Assemble flame arrester and diffusion
hub with two pin spanner wrenches.
Torque to 10 ft-lbs (14 N·m). Secure
with hub retaining setscrew.
13. On systems equipped with abrasive
shield, install dust seal gaskets with
joints 180° apart.
14. Reinstall vee deflector, orienting apex
toward gas flow. Apply anti-seize compound to setscrews and tighten with
hex wrench.
15. Reinstall probe on stack flange.
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COMPONENT REPLACEMENT
These paragraphs describe SPS 4000 maintenance and component replacement procedures.
Replacement parts referenced are available
from Rosemount. Refer to Section 9, REPLACEMENT PARTS, for part numbers and ordering information.
Install all protective equipment covers
and safety ground leads after equipment repair or service. Failure to install covers and ground leads could
result in serious injury or death.
a. Fuse Replacement
The SPS 4000 has a fuse (17, Figure 6-11)
on the power supply board (18). Refer to
Table 9-3 for replacement fuse specifications. Perform the following procedure to
check or replace the fuse.
Disconnect and lock out power before
working on any electrical components.
1. Turn off power to the system.
2. Remove screw (7, Figure 6-11) securing manifold cover lock (6) and remove
the lock.
3. Remove manifold cover (14).
4. Remove fuseholder (16) by pushing in
the top and turning 1/4 turn counterclockwise. Remove fuse (17).
5. After checking or replacing fuse (17),
install fuseholder (16) by pushing in the
top and turning 1/4 turn clockwise.
6. Install manifold cover (14), and secure
with manifold cover lock (6) and screw
(7).
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
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16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
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23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
Screw
Attaching Bracket
Bushing
Bushing Gasket
Manifold
Manifold Cover Lock
Screw
O-Ring
Spacer
Screw
Screw
Pressure Switch
Calibration Gas 2 Solenoid
Manifold Cover
Cover O-Ring
Fuseholder
Fuse
Power Supply Board
Interface Board
Calibration Gas 1 Solenoid
Washer
Stop Nut
Ground Nut
Terminal Base
Terminal Strip
Screw
Terminal Cover
Terminal Cover Gasket
Screw
Screw
1
2
3
3
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28
29
4
30
6
4
26
20
25
24
19
23
22
18
15
16
21
17
5
14
8
11
9
10
7
13
6
12
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Figure 6-11. SPS 4000 Manifold Assembly
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b. Board Replacement
Perform the following procedure to replace
power supply board (18, Figure 6-11) or interface board (19).
Disconnect and lock out power before
working on any electrical components.
1. Turn off power to the system.
2. Remove screw (7) securing manifold
cover lock (6) and remove the lock.
3. Remove manifold cover (14).
4. Remove two screws (11) attaching
spacers (9) to manifold (5).
5. Being careful not to disconnect the
board wiring, carefully lift power supply
board (18) and interface board (19)
from manifold (5) and set aside. Do not
lose O-rings (8) from the bottom of
spacers (9).
6. Tag all leads on the board to be replaced to simplify installation.
7. See Figure 6-12. If removing the power
supply board, remove the line voltage
input leads from connector J7. Also,
unplug calibration gas 1 solenoid leads
from connector J5, calibration gas 2
solenoid leads from connector J4, and
pressure switch leads from connector
J2.
See Figure 6-12. If removing the interface board, remove the CAL INITIATE
leads from connector J3, CAL FAIL
and IN CAL leads from connector J4,
and logic I/O handshake connection
from connector J5.
8. Remove stop nuts (22, Figure 6-11),
washers (21), and screws (10) securing power supply board (18) and interface board (19) to spacers (9).
9. Carefully separate boards (18 and 19).
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10. Connect replacement board to board
(18 or 19).
11. Install screws (10), washers (21), and
stop nuts (22) to secure power supply
board (18) and interface board (19) to
spacers (9).
12. Install all applicable leads in the appropriate locations on the power supply
board or interface board as shown in
Figure 6-12.
13. Install power supply board (18, Figure
6-11) and interface board (19) into
manifold (5). Align spacers (9) with the
mounting holes on the manifold and
secure with screws (11). Ensure
O-rings (8) are installed between the
spacers and the manifold surface.
14. Install manifold cover (14) and secure
with manifold cover lock (6) and screw
(7).
c. Solenoid Replacement
The SPS 4000 manifold has a calibration gas
1 (high calibration gas) solenoid (20, Figure
6-11) and a calibration gas 2 (low calibration
gas) solenoid (13).
Disconnect and lock out power before
working on any electrical components.
1. Turn off power to the system.
2. Shut off the calibration gases at the
cylinders.
3. Remove screw (7) securing manifold
cover lock (6) and remove the lock.
4. Remove manifold cover (14).
5. Remove two screws (11) attaching
spacers (9) to manifold (5).
6. Being careful not to disconnect the
board wiring, carefully lift the board and
spacer assembly from manifold (5) and
set aside. Do not lose O-rings (8) from
the bottom of spacers (9).
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POWER SUPPLY BOARD
TO PRESSURE
SWITCH
LINE
VOLTAGE
INPUT
TO CALIBRATION
GAS 1 SOLENOID
LINE IN
NEUTRAL
TO CALIBRATION
GAS 2
SOLENOID
GROUND
GROUND L1 N
VAC INPUT TO OXYMITTER 4000
INTERFACE BOARD
6
BLACK
WHITE
RED
BLUE
ORANGE
GREEN
VIOLET
GRAY
+
-
REMOTE
CAL INITIATE CONTACT INPUT
+
+
-
IN CAL
+
-
LOGIC I/O
HANDSHAKE TO OXYMITTER 4000
CAL FAIL
RELAY
OUTPUTS
26170004
Figure 6-12. Power Supply Board and Interface Board Connections
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7. Tag and unplug solenoid (13 or 20)
leads from power supply board (18).
Refer to Figure 6-12. Calibration gas 1
solenoid wires connect to connector
J5, and calibration gas 2 solenoid wires
connect to connector J4.
8. Remove the top nut of solenoid (13 or
20, Figure 6-11) securing the coil assembly and washer to the base. Remove the coil assembly, including the
leads, and washer. Place a 13/16 in.
deep socket over the solenoid base
and remove.
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3. Remove screw (7) securing manifold
cover lock (6) and remove the lock.
4. Remove manifold cover (14).
5. Remove two screws (11) attaching
spacers (9) to manifold (5).
6. Being careful not to disconnect the
board wiring, carefully lift the board and
spacer assembly from manifold (5) and
set aside. Do not lose O-rings (8) from
the bottom of spacers (9).
7. Tag and remove the leads from pressure switch (12).
When installing a solenoid, do not
over-tighten. Damage to the solenoid
may occur.
9. Install the new solenoid base. Be
careful not to overtighten. Install the
new washer and coil assembly and secure with the top nut. Connect the
leads to the proper connector on power
supply board (18). Refer to Figure 6-12
if necessary.
10. Carefully install the board and spacer
assembly into manifold (5, Figure 6-11)
by aligning spacers (9) with the
mounting holes on the manifold and
securing with screws (11). Ensure
O-rings (8) are installed between the
spacers and the manifold surface.
11. Install manifold cover (14), and secure
with manifold cover lock (6) and screw
(7).
12. Turn on the calibration gases at the
cylinders.
d. Pressure Switch Replacement
Use the following procedure to replace
pressure switch (12, Figure 6-11).
1. Turn off power to the system.
2. Shut off the calibration gases at the
cylinders.
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8. Place a 1-1/16 in. 6-point socket over
pressure switch (12) and remove.
When installing the pressure switch,
do not overtighten. Damage to the
solenoid may occur.
9. Install new pressure switch (12). Be
careful not to overtighten. Connect the
leads to the proper terminals on the
pressure switch.
10. Carefully install the board and spacer
assembly into manifold (5) by aligning
spacers (9) with the mounting holes on
the manifold and securing with screws
(11). Ensure o-rings (8) are installed
between the spacers and the manifold
surface.
11. Install manifold cover (14), and secure
with manifold cover lock (6) and screw
(7).
12. Turn on the calibration gases at the
cylinders.
e. Check Valve Replacement
Check valve (19, Figure 6-13) may stick or
become plugged over time. Replace when
necessary. If condensation deposits are
noted upon removal, consider insulating the
check valve.
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f.
Pressure Regulator (Optional)
Maintenance
1. Pressure Adjustments. Reference air
pressure regulator (8, Figure 6-13) is
factory set to 20 psi (138 kPa). Adjust
using the knob on top of the pressure
regulator if necessary.
Do not use fingers to release valve
stem. The valve may release air at high
pressures and cause injury.
2. Condensation Drain. To drain excess
moisture from the filter bowl of reference air pressure regulator (8), use a
screwdriver or comparable tool to periodically release valve stem on the bottom of the regulator.
g. Flowmeter Adjustments
1. Calibration Gas Flowmeter. Calibration
gas flowmeter (17, Figure 6-13) regulates the calibration gas flow and must
be set to 5 scfh. However, only adjust
the flowmeter to 5 scfh after placing a
new diffusion element on the end of the
Oxymitter 4000. Adjusting the flowmeter at any other time can pressurize the
cell and bias the calibration.
In applications with a heavy dust loading, the O2 probe diffusion element
may become plugged over time, causing a slower speed of response. The
best way to detect a plugged diffusion
element is to note the time it takes the
Oxymitter 4000 to return to the normal
process reading after the last calibration gas is removed and the calibration
gas line is blocked off. A plugged element also can be indicated by a slightly
lower reading on the flowmeter.
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Change the diffusion element when the
calibration gas flowmeter reads slightly
lower during calibration or when the response time to the process flue gases
becomes very slow. Each time the diffusion element is changed, reset the calibration gas flowmeter to 5 scfh and
calibrate the Oxymitter 4000. For more
information on changing the diffusion
element, refer to paragraph 6-8.
2. Reference Air Flowmeter (Optional).
Reference air flowmeter (16, Figure
6-13) regulates the reference air and
must be set to 2 scfh. Adjust the flow
with the knob on the bottom of the reference air flowmeter when necessary.
h. Flowmeter Replacement
Use this procedure to replace either reference air flowmeter (16, Figure 6-13) or calibration gas flowmeter (17).
1. Turn off power to the system.
2. Shut off the calibration gases at the
cylinders.
3. Loosen, but do not remove, four
screws (13) securing flowmeter bracket
(25) to the manifold.
4. Flex the bottom of flowmeter bracket
(25) downward and away to disengage
and remove from the manifold.
5. For reference air flowmeter (16), remove pressure regulator (8) by disconnecting tubing (11) from elbow fitting
(10). Also, disconnect tubing (24) from
straight fitting (23).
For calibration gas flowmeter (17), disconnect tubing (18) at elbow fitting
(21). Also, disconnect gas tubing (2)
from elbow fitting (15).
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6. Remove screws (6) and bracket (5) securing flowmeter (16 or 17) to flowmeter bracket (25).
10. Position flowmeter (16 or 17) into
flowmeter bracket (25) and secure with
bracket (5) and screw (6).
7. Remove flowmeter (16 or 17), with installed fittings, from flowmeter bracket
(25).
11. For reference air flowmeter (16), connect tubing (11) to elbow fitting (10)
and install pressure regulator (9). Also,
connect tubing (24) to straight fitting
(23).
8. For reference air flowmeter (16), remove elbow street fittings (14 and 22).
It is not necessary to remove fittings
(10 and 23) from the street fittings.
For calibration gas flowmeter (17),
connect tubing (2) to elbow fitting (15)
and connect tubing (18) to elbow fitting
(21).
For calibration gas flowmeter (17), remove elbow fittings (15 and 21).
12. Slide the top slots of flowmeter bracket
(25) onto screws (13). Flex the bottom
of the bracket downward and toward
the manifold to engage the bottom
bracket slots and screws. Tighten
screws.
9. Apply pipe thread sealant to the
threads of top fittings (22 or 21) and
bottom fittings (14 or 15) and install fittings into new flowmeter (16 or 17).
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13. Turn on the calibration gases at the
cylinders.
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NOTE: A STANDARD SPS 4000 IS EQUIPPED WITH
TEFLON TUBING AND BRASS FITTINGS. OPTIONAL
STAINLESS STEEL TUBING AND FITTINGS ARE ALSO
AVAILABLE. REFER TO SECTION VIII, REPLACEMENT
PARTS, FOR ORDERING INFORMATION.
1
2
20
3
4
24
19
25
5
6
23
21
18
22
7
2
(REF.)
6
15
12
14
8
9
11
13
17
16
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
10
Elbow Fitting
Tubing
Straight Fitting
Elbow Fitting
Bracket
Screw
Conduit Fitting
Reference Air Pressure Regulator
(Optional)
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
Straight Fitting (Optional)
Elbow Fitting (Optional)
Tubing (Optional)
Elbow Fitting (Optional)
Screw
Elbow Street Fitting (Optional)
Elbow Fitting
Reference Air Flowmeter (Optional)
Calibration Gas Flowmeter
26170012
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
Tubing
Check Valve
Flare Fitting
Elbow Fitting
Elbow Street Fitting (Optional)
Straight Fitting (Optional)
Tubing
Flowmeter Bracket
Figure 6-13. Calibration Gas and Reference Air Components
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Oxymitter 4000
SECTION 7
TROUBLESHOOTING
c. Loose Integrated Circuits
The Oxymitter 4000 uses a microprocessor
and supporting integrated circuits (IC). If the
electronics are handled roughly during installation or located where subjected to severe vibration, the ICs could work loose.
Before troubleshooting the system, ensure
all ICs are fully seated.
Install all protective equipment covers
and safety ground leads after troubleshooting. Failure to install covers and
ground leads could result in serious
injury or death.
7-1
GENERAL
d. Electrostatic Discharge
The troubleshooting section describes how to
identify and isolate faults that may develop in the
Oxymitter 4000. Also, additional troubleshooting
information is provided in paragraph 7-5 for those
units with the optional SPS 4000. When troubleshooting the Oxymitter 4000, reference the following information.
Electrostatic discharge can damage the ICs
used in the electronics. Before removing or
handling the processor board or the ICs,
ensure you are at ground potential.
7-2
The majority of the fault conditions for the Oxymitter 4000 will be indicated by one of the four
LEDs referred to as diagnostic, or unit, alarms
on the operator’s keypad. An LED will flash a
code that will correspond to an error message.
Only one LED will blink at a time. An alarm code
guide is provided inside the screw cover for the
electronics. All alarm indications will be available via the HART Model 275 handheld communicator and Rosemount’s Asset Management
software. When the error is corrected and/or
power is cycled, the diagnostic alarms will clear
or the next error on the priority list will appear.
a. Grounding
It is essential that adequate grounding precautions are taken when installing the system. Thoroughly check both the probe and
electronics to ensure the grounding quality
has not degraded during fault finding. The
system provides facilities for 100% effective
grounding and the total elimination of ground
loops.
b. Electrical Noise
The Oxymitter 4000 has been designed to
operate in the type of environment normally
found in a boiler room or control room.
Noise suppression circuits are employed on
all field terminations and main inputs. When
fault finding, evaluate the electrical noise
being generated in the immediate circuitry
of a faulty system. Also, ensure all cable
shields are connected to earth.
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7-3
ALARM CONTACTS
a. If autocalibration is not utilized, a common
bi-directional logic contact is provided for
any of the diagnostic alarms listed in Table
7-1. The assignment of alarms which can
actuate this contact can be modified to one
of seven additional groupings listed in Table
5-1.
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2. Additional IMPS 4000 Alarm Contacts.
The logic contact is self-powered, +5 VDC,
340 ohm series resistance. An interposing
relay will be required if this contact is to be
utilized to annunciate a higher voltage device, such as a light or horn, and may also
be required for certain DCS input cards. A
Potter & Brumfield R10S-E1Y1-J1.0K 3.2
mA DC or an equal interposing relay will be
mounted where the contact wires terminate
in the control/relay room.
(a) One contact per IMPS 4000 for
“low calibration gas flowing”.
(b) One contact per IMPS 4000 for
“high calibration gas flowing”.
NOTE
The 4-20 mA signal can be configured
to respond normally during any calibration, or can be configured to hold
the last O2 value upon the initiation of
calibration. Factory default is for the
4-20 mA signal to operate normally
throughout calibration. Holding the
last O2 value may be useful if several
probes are being averaged for the
purpose of automatic control. Unless
several probes are being averaged,
always place any control loops using
the O2 signal into manual prior to
calibrating.
b. If autocalibration systems are utilized, the
bidirectional logic contact is utilized as a
“handshake” signal between the autocalibration system (SPS 4000 or IMPS 4000)
and is unavailable for alarming purposes.
The following additional contacts are provided through the autocalibration systems:
1. SPS 4000 and IMPS 4000, 1-4 probes.
(a) One contact closure per probe
from the control room to the SPS
4000 or IMPS 4000 for “calibration
initiate”.
(b) One contact output per probe from
the SPS 4000 or IMPS 4000 to the
control room for “in calibration”
notification.
(c) Once contact output per probe
from the SPS 4000 or IMPS 4000
to the control room for “calibration
failed” notification. (Includes output
from pressure switch indicating “cal
gas bottles empty”).
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7-4
IDENTIFYING AND CORRECTING ALARM
INDICATIONS
Faults in the Oxymitter 4000 are indicated using
the four diagnostic, or unit, alarms. The pattern
of repeating blinks will define the problem. A
condensed table of the errors and the corresponding blink codes can be found on the inside
right cover of the electronics housing. Table 7-1
also identifies the blink code and fault status of
each LED as well as the output of the 4-20 mA
signal line and a fault number that corresponds
to the troubleshooting instructions provided in
this section.
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Table 7-1. Diagnostic/Unit Alarm Fault Definitions
LED
Flashes
Status
4-20 mA Line
Fault
SelfClearing
HEATER T/C
1
2
3
4
OPEN
SHORTED
REVERSED
A/D COMM ERROR
Dependent on position 3 of SW2*
Dependent on position 3 of SW2*
Dependent on position 3 of SW2*
Dependent on position 3 of SW2*
1
2
3
4
NO
NO
NO
NO
HEATER
1
2
3
4
5
OPEN
HIGH HIGH TEMP
HIGH CASE TEMP
LOW TEMP
HIGH TEMP
Dependent on position 3 of SW2*
Dependent on position 3 of SW2*
Dependent on position 3 of SW2*
Dependent on position 3 of SW2*
Dependent on position 3 of SW2*
5
6
7
8
9
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
O2 CELL
1
3
4
HIGH mV
BAD
EEPROM CORRUPT
Dependent on position 3 of SW2*
Track O2
Dependent on position 3 of SW2*
10
11
12
YES
YES
NO
CALIBRATION
1
2
3
INVALID SLOPE
INVALID CONSTANT
LAST CALIBRATION
FAILED
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
Track O2
Track O2
Track O2
13
14
15
YES
YES
YES
**
Track O2
YES
*Critical alarm conditions will render the O2 measurement as unusable, and any of these events will cause the
4-20 mA signal to go to a user-selectable limit of 3.8 mA or 22 mA (position 3 of SW2). Factory default value is
3.8 mA. Alarms which are not “self-clearing” will require recycling of power to the electronics.
**The CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED alarm flashes the Calibration Recommended alarm LED on the operator’s keypad.
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a. Fault 1, Open Thermocouple
HEATER T/C
HEATER
O2 CELL
CALIBRATION
SW2
ON
DIAGNOSTIC
ALARMS
The HEATER T/C LED flashes once,
pauses for three seconds, and repeats
(Figure 7-1).
1. Check connector J1. Ensure the connector is properly seated.
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
INC
INC
HIGH
GAS
LOW
GAS
DEC
DEC
O2 CELL mV +
O2 CELL mv HEATER T/C +
HEATER T/C -
J1
TP1
2. Using a multimeter, measure TP3+ to
TP4-. If the reading is 1.2 VDC ±0.1
VDC, the thermocouple is open.
TP2
TP3
TP4
RED
YEL
GRN
ORG
TEST
POINTS
3. Remove power. Disconnect J1. Measure continuity across the red and yellow thermocouple leads.
CAL
TEST GAS +
PROCESS % O2
TP5
TP6
4. The measurement should read approximately 1 ohm.
22220033
5. If the thermocouple is open, see paragraph 6-7, Heater Strut Replacement.
Figure 7-1. Fault 1, Open Thermocouple
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b. Fault 2, Shorted Thermocouple
HEATER T/C
HEATER
O2 CELL
CALIBRATION
SW2
ON
DIAGNOSTIC
ALARMS
The HEATER T/C LED flashes twice,
pauses for three seconds, and repeats
(Figure 5-2).
1. Using a multimeter, measure across
TP3+ and TP4-.
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
INC
INC
HIGH
GAS
LOW
GAS
DEC
DEC
TP1
J1
TP2
TP3
TP4
RED
YEL
GRN
ORG
TEST
POINTS
O2 CELL mV +
O2 CELL mv HEATER T/C +
HEATER T/C -
CAL
TEST GAS +
PROCESS % O2
2. If the reading is 0 ±0.5 mV, then a
shorted thermocouple is likely.
3. Remove power and disconnect J1.
4. Measure from TP3+ to TP4-. The
reading should be approximately 20
Kohms.
TP5
TP6
22220034
5. If so, the short is not on the PC board.
See paragraph 6-7, Heater Strut Replacement.
Figure 7-2. Fault 2, Shorted Thermocouple
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c. Fault 3, Reversed Thermocouple
HEATER T/C
HEATER
O2 CELL
CALIBRATION
SW2
ON
DIAGNOSTIC
ALARMS
The HEATER T/C LED flashes three times,
pauses for three seconds, and repeats
(Figure 5-3).
1. Using a multimeter, measure TP3+ to
TP4-.
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
INC
INC
HIGH
GAS
LOW
GAS
DEC
DEC
O2 CELL mV +
O2 CELL mv HEATER T/C +
HEATER T/C -
TP1
J1
2. If the reading is negative, the thermocouple wiring is reversed.
TP2
TP3
TP4
RED
YEL
GRN
ORG
TEST
POINTS
CAL
TEST GAS +
PROCESS % O2
3. Check red and yellow wires in the J1
connector for the proper placement.
4. If the wiring is correct, the fault is in the
PC board. See paragraph 6-5b, Electronic Assembly Replacement.
TP5
TP6
22220035
Figure 7-3. Fault 3, Reversed Thermocouple
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d. Fault 4, A/D Comm Error
HEATER T/C
HEATER
O2 CELL
CALIBRATION
SW2
ON
DIAGNOSTIC
ALARMS
The HEATER T/C LED flashes four times,
pauses for three seconds, and repeats
(Figure 7-4).
1. Call the factory for assistance.
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
INC
INC
HIGH
GAS
LOW
GAS
DEC
DEC
J1
TP1
TP2
TP3
TP4
RED
YEL
GRN
ORG
TEST
POINTS
O2 CELL mV +
O2 CELL mV HEATER T/C +
HEATER T/C -
CAL
TEST GAS +
PROCESS % O2
TP5
TP6
29770006
Figure 7-4. Fault 4, A/D Comm Error
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e. Fault 5, Open Heater
The HEATER LED flashes once, pauses for
three seconds, and repeats (Figure 7-5).
HEATER T/C
HEATER
O2 CELL
CALIBRATION
SW2
1. Remove power. Remove the electronic
assembly per paragraph 6-5b, Electronic Assembly Replacement.
ON
DIAGNOSTIC
ALARMS
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
INC
INC
HIGH
GAS
LOW
GAS
DEC
DEC
O2 CELL mV +
O2 CELL mv HEATER T/C +
HEATER T/C -
TP1
J1
2. Using a multimeter, measure across
the heater connector J8.
TP2
TP3
TP4
RED
YEL
GRN
ORG
TEST
POINTS
CAL
TEST GAS +
PROCESS % O2
TP5
3. The measurement should be approximately 72 ohms. If the heater is open,
see paragraph 6-7, Heater Strut
Replacement.
TP6
22220036
Figure 7-5. Fault 5, Open Heater
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f.
Fault 6, High High Heater Temp
The HEATER LED flashes twice, pauses for
three seconds, and repeats (Figure 7-6).
SW2
J1
1. The high high heater temp alarm will
activate when the thermocouple produces a voltage of 37.1 mV
(1652°F/900°C).
RED
YEL
GRN
ORG
HEATER T/C
HEATER
O2 CELL
CALIBRATION
2. The triac and the temperature control
may be at fault.
ON
DIAGNOSTIC
ALARMS
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
TEST
POINTS
INC
INC
HIGH
GAS
LOW
GAS
DEC
DEC
O2 CELL mV +
O2 CELL mv HEATER T/C +
HEATER T/C -
TP1
TP2
TP3
TP4
3. Remove power. Allow Oxymitter 4000
to cool for five minutes. Restore power.
CAL
TEST GAS +
PROCESS % O2
TP5
TP6
4. If the condition repeats, replace the
electronic assembly per paragraph 65b, Electronic Assembly Replacement.
22220037
Figure 7-6. Fault 6, High High Heater Temp
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g. Fault 7, High Case Temp
HEATER T/C
HEATER
O2 CELL
CALIBRATION
SW2
ON
DIAGNOSTIC
ALARMS
The HEATER LED flashes three times,
pauses for three seconds, and repeats
(Figure 7-7).
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
INC
INC
HIGH
GAS
LOW
GAS
DEC
DEC
O2 CELL mV +
O2 CELL mv HEATER T/C +
HEATER T/C -
J1
TP1
TP2
TP3
TP4
RED
YEL
GRN
ORG
TEST
POINTS
CAL
TEST GAS +
PROCESS % O2
TP5
TP6
22220038
Figure 7-7. Fault 7, High Case Temp
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Troubleshooting
1. If the case temperature exceeds 185°F
(85°C), the temperature control will
shut off and the 4-20 mA signal output
will go to the default value.
2. This signifies that the environment
where the Oxymitter 4000 is installed
exceeds the ambient temperature requirements or that heat due to convection is causing case temperature to rise
above the limit.
3. Placing a spool piece between the
stack flange and the Oxymitter 4000
flange may eliminate this problem.
4. If a spool piece does not solve the
problem, relocation is the only solution.
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h. Fault 8, Low Heater Temp
HEATER T/C
HEATER
O2 CELL
CALIBRATION
SW2
ON
DIAGNOSTIC
ALARMS
The HEATER LED flashes four times,
pauses for three seconds, and repeats
(Figure 7-8).
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
INC
INC
HIGH
GAS
LOW
GAS
DEC
DEC
O2 CELL mV +
O2 CELL mv HEATER T/C +
HEATER T/C -
J1
TP1
TP2
TP3
TP4
RED
YEL
GRN
ORG
TEST
POINTS
CAL
TEST GAS +
PROCESS % O2
1. The low heater temperature alarm is
active when the thermocouple reading
has dropped below 28.6 mV.
2. If the thermocouple reading continues
to ramp downward for one minute and
does not return to the temperature set
point of approximately 29.3 mV, then
an Open Heater fault will be displayed.
TP5
TP6
22220039
Figure 7-8. Fault 8, Low Heater Temp
3. Power down the electronics. Remove
the electronic assembly per paragraph
6-5b, Electronic Assembly Replacement. Using a multimeter, measure
across the heater connector, J8.
4. If the heater is good, the reading will be
approximately 70 ohms. If the heater is
open, see paragraph 6-7, Heater Strut
Replacement.
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i.
HEATER T/C
HEATER
O2 CELL
CALIBRATION
The HEATER LED flashes five times,
pauses for three seconds, and repeats
(Figure 7-9).
SW2
ON
DIAGNOSTIC
ALARMS
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
INC
INC
HIGH
GAS
LOW
GAS
DEC
DEC
O2 CELL mV +
O2 CELL mv HEATER T/C +
HEATER T/C -
J1
TP1
TP3
TP4
2. The 4-20 mA signal returns to the default value (4 or 20 mA).
3. This alarm is self-clearing. When temperature control is restored and the
thermocouple voltage returns to the
normal range, the alarm clears.
CAL
TEST GAS +
PROCESS % O2
1. If the thermocouple produces a voltage
in excess of approximately 30.7 mV,
the high heater temp alarm activates.
TP2
RED
YEL
GRN
ORG
TEST
POINTS
Fault 9, High Heater Temp
TP5
TP6
22220040
4. If the temperature continues to rise, the
next alarm will be the high high heater
temp alarm.
Figure 7-9. Fault 9, High Heater Temp
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Fault 10, High Cell mV
The O2 CELL flashes once, pauses for
three seconds, and repeats (Figure 7-10).
HEATER T/C
HEATER
O2 CELL
CALIBRATION
SW2
1. Using a multimeter, measure across
TP1+ to TP2-.
ON
DIAGNOSTIC
ALARMS
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
INC
INC
HIGH
GAS
LOW
GAS
DEC
DEC
O2 CELL mV +
O2 CELL mv HEATER T/C +
HEATER T/C -
TP1
J1
TP2
TP3
TP4
RED
YEL
GRN
ORG
TEST
POINTS
CAL
TEST GAS +
PROCESS % O2
2. If you measure 1.2 VDC, the cell wires,
either orange or green, have become
detached from the input.
3. One possible cause is connector J1.
The orange or green wire has come
loose from the crimped connection.
TP5
TP6
4. The platinum pad could also be at fault.
The pad could have broken free from
the back of the cell.
22220041
Figure 7-10. Fault 10, High Cell mV
5. Replace heater strut per paragraph
6-7, Heater Strut Replacement. If
necessary, replace the cell flange
assembly per paragraph 6-8, Cell
Replacement.
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k. Fault 11, Bad Cell
HEATER T/C
HEATER
O2 CELL
CALIBRATION
SW2
ON
DIAGNOSTIC
ALARMS
The O2 CELL flashes three times, pauses
for three seconds, and repeats (Figure
7-11).
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
INC
INC
HIGH
GAS
LOW
GAS
DEC
DEC
O2 CELL mV +
O2 CELL mv HEATER T/C +
HEATER T/C -
TP1
J1
TP2
TP3
TP4
RED
YEL
GRN
ORG
TEST
POINTS
1. The bad cell alarm activates when the
cell exceeds the maximum resistance
value.
2. The cell should be replaced. See paragraph 6-8, Cell Replacement, for cell
replacement instructions.
CAL
TEST GAS +
PROCESS % O2
TP5
TP6
22220042
Figure 7-11. Fault 11, Bad Cell
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l.
HEATER T/C
HEATER
O2 CELL
CALIBRATION
The O2 CELL LED flashes four times,
pauses for three seconds, and repeats
(Figure 7-12).
SW2
ON
DIAGNOSTIC
ALARMS
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
INC
INC
HIGH
GAS
LOW
GAS
DEC
DEC
O2 CELL mV +
O2 CELL mv HEATER T/C +
HEATER T/C -
J1
TP1
1. This alarm can occur if the EEPROM is
changed for a later version. At power
up, the EEPROM is not updated.
TP2
TP3
TP4
RED
YEL
GRN
ORG
TEST
POINTS
Fault 12, EEPROM Corrupt
2. To correct this problem, power down
and then restore power. The alarm
should clear.
CAL
TEST GAS +
PROCESS % O2
3. If the alarm occurs while the unit is
running, there is a hardware problem
on the microprocessor board.
TP5
TP6
22220043
4. If cycling the power does not clear the
alarm, see paragraph 6-5b, Electronic
Assembly Replacement.
Figure 7-12. Fault 12, EEPROM Corrupt
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m. Fault 13, Invalid Slope
HEATER T/C
HEATER
O2 CELL
CALIBRATION
SW2
ON
DIAGNOSTIC
ALARMS
The CALIBRATION LED flashes once,
pauses for three seconds, and repeats
(Figure 7-13).
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
INC
INC
HIGH
GAS
LOW
GAS
DEC
DEC
O2 CELL mV +
O2 CELL mv HEATER T/C +
HEATER T/C -
TP1
J1
TP2
TP3
TP4
RED
YEL
GRN
ORG
TEST
POINTS
CAL
TEST GAS +
PROCESS % O2
2. See paragraph 6-2, Calibration. Verify
the calibration by carefully repeating it.
Ensure the calibration gases match the
calibration gas parameters. If you attach a multimeter to TP1+ and TP2-,
sample gas measurements are:
TP5
TP6
22220044
Figure 7-13. Fault 13, Invalid Slope
1. During a calibration, the electronics
calculates a slope value. If the value of
the slope is less than 35 mV/deg or
more than 52 mV/deg, the slope alarm
will be active until the end of the purge
cycle.
8% O2 ≈ 23 mV
0.4% O2 ≈ 85 mV
3. Power down the Oxymitter 4000 and
remove it from the stack.
4. Replace the cell per paragraph 6-8,
Cell Replacement.
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n. Fault 14, Invalid Constant
HEATER T/C
HEATER
O2 CELL
CALIBRATION
SW2
ON
DIAGNOSTIC
ALARMS
The CALIBRATION LED flashes twice,
pauses for three seconds, and repeats
(Figure 7-14).
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
INC
INC
HIGH
GAS
LOW
GAS
DEC
DEC
O2 CELL mV +
O2 CELL mv HEATER T/C +
HEATER T/C -
J1
TP1
TP2
TP3
TP4
RED
YEL
GRN
ORG
TEST
POINTS
CAL
TEST GAS +
PROCESS % O2
TP5
1. After a calibration has been performed,
the electronics calculates a cell constant value.
2. If the cell constant value is outside of
the range, -4 mV to 10 mV, the alarm
will activate. See paragraph 6-2, Calibration, and verify the last calibration
was performed correctly.
3. Power down the Oxymitter 4000 and
remove it from the stack.
TP6
22220045
4. Replace the cell per paragraph 6-8,
Cell Replacement.
Figure 7-14. Fault 14, Invalid Constant
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Oxymitter 4000
o. Fault 15, Last Calibration Failed
HEATER T/C
HEATER
O2 CELL
CALIBRATION
SW2
ON
DIAGNOSTIC
ALARMS
The CALIBRATION LED flashes three
times, pauses for three seconds, and repeats (Figure 7-15).
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED
INC
INC
HIGH
GAS
LOW
GAS
DEC
DEC
O2 CELL mV +
O2 CELL mv HEATER T/C +
HEATER T/C -
TP1
J1
TP2
TP3
TP4
RED
YEL
GRN
ORG
TEST
POINTS
2. The cell should be replaced. See paragraph 6-8, Cell Replacement, for cell
replacement instructions.
CAL
TEST GAS +
PROCESS % O2
1. The last calibration failed alarm activates when the slope and constant
values calculated are out of range and
the unit reverts to using the previous
calibration values.
TP5
TP6
22220044
Figure 7-15. Fault 15, Last Calibration Failed
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Install all protective equipment covers
and safety ground leads after troubleshooting. Failure to replace covers
and ground leads could result in serious injury or death.
7-5
SPS 4000 TROUBLESHOOTING
Use the CAL FAIL and IN CAL relay outputs to
identify possible SPS 4000 faults.
a. If a calibration was not successfully completed, the SPS 4000 sends a CAL FAIL
contact indication to the control room. To
determine if the SPS 4000 caused the failed
calibration, go to the Oxymitter 4000 site to
view the keypad. Or, access the HART/AMS
menus. For more information on HART/
AMS, refer to Section 5, HART/AMS.
1. If no alarms are indicated on the keypad or in the HART/AMS STATUS submenu, the calibration did not fail because of an Oxymitter 4000 fault.
Therefore, a calibration gas flow problem occurred. Refer to Table 7-2 or
Figure 7-15 to troubleshoot the SPS
4000.
2. If the LAST CAL FAILED alarm is indicated on the keypad or in the HART/
AMS STATUS sub-menu, the failure is
due to either a bad Oxymitter 4000 cell
or a calibration gas flow problem.
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(a) Verify your calibration setup per
paragraph 6-2 in Section 6, MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE, Also,
verify your calibration gas setup.
(b) Perform another calibration and
monitor the process. If the calibration fails before both calibration
gases finish sequencing, a gas flow
problem exists. Refer to Table 7-2
or Figure 7-15 to troubleshoot the
SPS 4000.
If the calibration setup is correct
and the Oxymitter 4000 indicates
an invalid slope fault (fault 12) before the gases are purged and a
last calibration failed fault (fault 14)
after the gases are purged, replace
the Oxymitter 4000 cell per paragraph 6-8 in Section 6, MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE.
b. If a semi-automatic or manual calibration is
being performed but no 5 - 30 VDC relay
output contact (IN CAL or CAL FAIL) is being received by the control room, the interface board relays are malfunctioning.
Replace the interface board per paragraph
6-10b.
NOTE
If the unit is performing frequent autocalibrations, investigate at the Oxymitter 4000 site or using HART/AMS. This
condition may indicate an aging cell in
the Oxymitter 4000.
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Table 7-2. SPS 4000 Fault Finding
Symptom
No calibration
gas flow
7-20
Check
Fault
Remedy
Wiring
Improper wire connections, Properly connect wiring or secure
loose connections, or
loose wiring connections; replace
damaged wiring
damaged wiring if necessary.
Logic I/O
Oxymitter 4000 logic I/O
not set for calibration
handshaking with SPS
4000
Set logic I/O to mode 8 via
HART/AMS.
Calibration gas lines between cylinders and manifold
Clogged calibration gas
line
Replace clogged calibration gas line.
Calibration gas flowmeter
knob
Flowmeter knob not turned
counterclockwise to allow
flow
Turn calibration gas flowmeter knob
counterclockwise to allow calibration
gas to flow.
Calibration gas line between manifold and calibration gas flowmeter
Clogged calibration gas
line
Replace clogged calibration gas line.
Fuse on power supply
board
Blown fuse
Replace fuse per paragraph 6-10a.
Interface board operation
Interface board not sending signals
Replace interface board per paragraph 6-10b.
Check valve
Clogged check valve
Replace check valve per paragraph
6-10e.
Calibration gas line between calibration gas
flowmeter and check valve
Clogged calibration gas
line
Replace calibration gas line.
Calibration gas flowmeter
Clogged flowmeter
Replace flowmeter per paragraph
6-10h.
Power supply output
Power supply failure
Replace power supply board per
paragraph 6-10b.
Solenoid
Solenoid failure
Replace solenoid per paragraph
6-10c.
Pressure switch
Pressure switch failure
Replace pressure switch per paragraph 6-10d.
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SYMPTOM — NO TEST GAS FLOW
CHECK ALL WIRING BETWEEN
OXYMITTER 4000 AND SPS 4000.
IS
WIRING
PROPERLY
CONNECTED
AND
SECURE?
NO
PROPERLY CONNECT WIRING OR
SECURE LOOSE WIRING CONNECTIONS; REPLACE DAMAGED
WIRING.
YES
CHECK LOGIC I/O SETTING VIA
HART/AMS.
IS
LOGIC I/O
SET FOR
MODE 8?
NO
SET LOGIC I/O TO MODE 8 VIA
HART/AMS.
YES
DISCONNECT CAL GAS INPUT
LINES AT MANIFOLD.
NO
IS THERE
FLOW?
REPLACED CLOGGED CAL GAS
LINE BETWEEN CAL GAS
CYLINDER AND MANIFOLD.
YES
F1
ENSURE CAL GAS FLOWMETER
KNOB IS TURNED COUNTERCLOCKWISE TO ALLOW FLOW.
J2
DOES
CAL GAS
FLOWMETER
REGISTER
FLOW?
7
REPLACED CLOGGED CAL GAS
LINE BETWEEN MANIFOLD AND
CAL GAS FLOWMETER.
HI GAS
LO GAS
NO GAS
CAL RET
NO
YES
J3
J4
J5
CHECK FUSE F1 ON POWER
SUPPLY BOARD.
IS
FUSE
BLOWN?
YES
REPLACE FUSE PER
PARAGRAPH 6-10.a.
POWER SUPPLY BOARD
NO
CONTINUED
ON SHEET
2 OF 2
35830007
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SYMPTOM — NO TEST GAS FLOW (CONTINUED)
NOTE 1: SECURELY TIGHTEN ALL J3 SCREW TERMINALS ON
POWER SUPPLY BOARD TO MAKE CONNECTIONS.
CONTINUED
FROM SHEET
1 OF 2
NOTE 2: USE A SIMPSON MODEL 260 OR EQUIVALENT
MULTIMETER.
PLACE JUMPER BETWEEN CAL
RET TERMINAL AND EITHER HI
GAS OR LO GAS TERMINAL OF J3.
SEE NOTE 1.
IS THERE
FLOW?
YES
NOTE 3: IF REPLACING THE CHECK VALVE DOES NOT
CORRECT THE PROBLEM, A CLOG COULD EXIST IN
THE RED SILICON GAS TUBE WITHIN THE PROBE.
INTERFACE BOARD IS
NOT SENDING SIGNAL.
REPLACE INTERFACE
BOARD PER PARAGRAPH
6-10b.
NOTE 4: IF CHECKING CAL GAS 1 SOLENOID CONNECTOR J5,
ENSURE CAL RET TERMINAL IS JUMPERED TO HI GAS
TERMINAL OF J3. IF CHECKING CAL GAS 2 SOLENOID
CONNECTOR J4, ENSURE CAL RET TERMINAL IS
JUMPERED TO LO GAS TERMINAL OF J3.
NO
USE METER (SEE NOTE 2)
TO CHECK FOR SHORT
BETWEEN CAL RET AND NO GAS
TERMINALS OF J3.
IS THERE
A SHORT?
YES
DISCONNECT CAL GAS
LINE AT CHECK VALVE.
IS THERE
FLOW?
YES
REPLACE CHECK VALVE
PER PARAGRAPH 6-10e.
SEE NOTE 3.
NO
NO
DISCONNECT CAL GAS LINE
AT TOP FITTING OF CAL GAS
FLOWMETER.
DISCONNECT SOLENOID FROM
POWER SUPPLY BOARD AND USE
METER TO MEASURE ACROSS
TWO OUTER PINS OF BOARD
CONNECTOR. SEE NOTE 4.
CHECK BOTH SOLENOIDS.
IS THERE
FLOW?
IS THERE
+30VDC?
NO
REPLACE POWER
SUPPLY BOARD PER
PARAGRAPH 6-10b.
DISCONNECT CAL GAS LINE
AT MANIFOLD OUTPUT PORT.
NO
REPLACE CLOGGED
CAL GAS LINE BETWEEN
CAL GAS FLOWMETER
AND CHECK VALVE.
NO
REPLACE FAULTY CAL GAS
FLOWMETER PER PARAGRAPH
6-10h.
YES
IS THERE
FLOW?
YES
REPLACE SOLENOID
PER PARAGRAPH 6-10c.
YES
REPLACE PRESSURE SWITCH
PER PARAGRAPH 6-10d.
35830008
Figure 7-16. SPS 4000 Troubleshooting Flowchart (Sheet 2 of 2)
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SECTION 8
RETURN OF MATERIAL
8-1
If factory repair of defective equipment is required, proceed as follows:
5. Complete shipping instructions for return of equipment.
a. Secure a return authorization number from
a Rosemount Analytical Sales Office or representative before returning the equipment.
Equipment must be returned with complete
identification in accordance with Rosemount
instructions or it will not be accepted.
6. Reference the return authorization
number.
In no event will Rosemount be responsible
for equipment returned without proper
authorization and identification.
b. Carefully pack defective unit in a sturdy box
with sufficient shock absorbing material to
ensure that no additional damage will occur
during shipping.
c. In a cover letter, describe completely:
1. The symptoms from which it was determined that the equipment is faulty.
2. The environment in which the equipment has been operating (housing,
weather, vibration, dust, etc.).
3. Site from which equipment was
removed.
4. Whether warranty or nonwarranty
service is requested.
d. Enclose a cover letter and purchase order
and ship the defective equipment according
to instructions provided in Rosemount Return Authorization, prepaid, to:
Rosemount Analytical Inc.
RMR Department
1201 N. Main Street
Orrville, Ohio 44667
If warranty service is requested, the defective unit will be carefully inspected and
tested at the factory. If failure was due to
conditions listed in the standard Rosemount
warranty, the defective unit will be repaired
or replaced at Rosemount's option, and an
operating unit will be returned to the customer in accordance with shipping instructions furnished in the cover letter.
For equipment no longer under warranty,
the equipment will be repaired at the factory
and returned as directed by the purchase
order and shipping instructions.
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SECTION 9
REPLACEMENT PARTS
Table 9-1. Replacement Parts for Probe
Figure and Index No.
Part Number
Description
No Dust Seal
Dust Seal
3D39648G01
3D39648G02
3D39648G03
3D39648G04
3D39648G05
3D39648G06
3D39648G07
3D39648G08
3D39648G09
3D39648G10
3D39648G11
3D39648G12
3D39648G13
3D39648G14
3D39648G15
3D39649G01
3D39649G02
3D39649G03
3D39649G04
3D39649G05
3D39649G06
3D39649G07
3D39649G08
3D39649G09
3D39649G10
3D39649G11
3D39649G12
3D39649G13
3D39649G14
3D39649G15
18" ANSI Probe with Ceramic Diffuser
3' ANSI Probe with Ceramic Diffuser
6' ANSI Probe with Ceramic Diffuser
9' ANSI Probe with Ceramic Diffuser
12' ANSI Probe with Ceramic Diffuser
18" JIS Probe with Ceramic Diffuser
3' JIS Probe with Ceramic Diffuser
6' JIS Probe with Ceramic Diffuser
9' JIS Probe with Ceramic Diffuser
12' JIS Probe with Ceramic Diffuser
18" DIN Probe with Ceramic Diffuser
3' DIN Probe with Ceramic Diffuser
6' DIN Probe with Ceramic Diffuser
9' DIN Probe with Ceramic Diffuser
12' DIN Probe with Ceramic Diffuser
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31 3D39648G17
3D39649G17
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31 3D39648G18
3D39649G18
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31 3D39648G19
3D39649G19
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31 3D39648G20
3D39649G20
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31 3D39648G21
3D39649G21
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31 3D39648G22
3D39649G22
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31 3D39648G23
3D39649G23
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31 3D39648G24
3D39649G24
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31 3D39648G25
3D39649G25
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31 3D39648G26
3D39649G26
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31 3D39648G27
3D39649G27
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31 3D39648G28
3D39649G28
18" ANSI Probe with Flame Arrestor and Ceramic Diffuser
3' ANSI Probe with Flame Arrestor and Ceramic
Diffuser
6' ANSI Probe with Flame Arrestor and Ceramic
Diffuser
9' ANSI Probe with Flame Arrestor and Ceramic
Diffuser
12' ANSI Probe with Flame Arrestor and Ceramic Diffuser
18" JIS Probe with Flame Arrestor and Ceramic
Diffuser
3' JIS Probe with Flame Arrestor and Ceramic
Diffuser
6' JIS Probe with Flame Arrestor and Ceramic
Diffuser
9' JIS Probe with Flame Arrestor and Ceramic
Diffuser
12' JIS Probe with Flame Arrestor and Ceramic
Diffuser
18" DIN Probe with Flame Arrestor and Snubber
Diffuser
3' DIN Probe with Flame Arrestor and Snubber
Diffuser
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
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Table 9-1. Replacement Parts for Probe (Continued)
Figure and Index No.
Part Number
No Dust Seal
Description
Dust Seal
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31 3D39648G29
3D39649G29
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31 3D39648G30
3D39649G30
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31 3D39648G31
3D39649G31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
6-1, 1 thru 6, 8, 9, 28 thru 31
3D39649G33
3D39649G34
3D39649G35
3D39649G36
3D39649G37
3D39649G38
3D39649G39
3D39649G40
3D39649G41
3D39649G42
3D39649G43
3D39649G44
3D39649G45
3D39649G46
3D39649G47
3D39648G33
3D39648G34
3D39648G35
3D39648G36
3D39648G37
3D39648G38
3D39648G39
3D39648G40
3D39648G41
3D39648G42
3D39648G43
3D39648G44
3D39648G45
3D39648G46
3D39648G47
6' DIN Probe with Flame Arrestor and Snubber
Diffuser
9' DIN Probe with Flame Arrestor and Snubber
Diffuser
12' DIN Probe with Flame Arrestor and Snubber
Diffuser
18" ANSI Probe with Snubber Diffuser
3' ANSI Probe with Snubber Diffuser
6' ANSI Probe with Snubber Diffuser
9' ANSI Probe with Snubber Diffuser
12' ANSI Probe with Snubber Diffuser
18" JIS Probe with Snubber Diffuser
3' JIS Probe with Snubber Diffuser
6' JIS Probe with Snubber Diffuser
9' JIS Probe with Snubber Diffuser
12' JIS Probe with Snubber Diffuser
18" DIN Probe with Snubber Diffuser
3' DIN Probe with Snubber Diffuser
6' DIN Probe with Snubber Diffuser
9' DIN Probe with Snubber Diffuser
12' DIN Probe with Snubber Diffuser
ANSI
GASKET
WIRE AND
PAD ASSEMBLY
ANTI-SEIZE
COMPOUND
PROBE TUBE
(NOT INCLUDED
IN KIT)
22 GA.
WIRE
CORRUGATED
SEAL
CLOSED END
CONNECTOR
CELL AND
FLANGE
ASSEMBLY
SOCKET HEAD
CAP SCREWS
SET SCREWS
TEFLON
TUBING
CALIBRATION GAS
PASSAGE
35830009
Figure 9-1. Cell Replacement Kit
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Table 9-1. Replacement Parts for Probe (Continued)
Figure and Index No.
Part Number
Description
6-1, 6
6-1, 6
6-1, 6
6-1, 6
6-1, 6
6-1, 6
6-1, 6
6-1, 6
6-1, 6
6-1, 6
6-1, 6
6-1, 6
6-1, 6
6-1, 6
6-1, 6
3D39644G01
3D39644G02
3D39644G03
3D39644G04
3D39644G05
3D39644G06
3D39644G07
3D39644G08
3D39644G09
3D39644G10
3D39644G11
3D39644G12
3D39644G13
3D39644G14
3D39644G15
18" ANSI Probe Tube Assy.
3' ANSI Probe Tube Assy.
6' ANSI Probe Tube Assy.
9' ANSI Probe Tube Assy.
12' ANSI Probe Tube Assy.
18" JIS Probe Tube Assy.
3' JIS Probe Tube Assy.
6’ JIS Probe Tube Assy.
9' JIS Probe Tube Assy.
12' JIS Probe Tube Assy.
18" DIN Probe Tube Assy.
3' DIN Probe Tube Assy.
6’ DIN Probe Tube Assy.
9' DIN Probe Tube Assy.
12' DIN Probe Tube Assy.
6-1, 1
6-1, 1
6-1, 1
6-1, 1
6-1, 1
3D39645G01
3D39645G02
3D39645G03
3D39645G04
3D39645G05
18” Heater Strut Assy.
3’ Heater Strut Assy.
6’ Heater Strut Assy.
9’ Heater Strut Assy.
12’ Heater Strut Assy.
9-1
9-1
9-1
9-1
9-1
9-1
9-1
9-1
9-1
9-1
9-1
9-1
9-1
9-1
9-1
4847B61G02
4847B61G03
4847B61G04
4847B61G05
4847B61G06
4847B61G08
4847B61G09
4847B61G10
4847B61G11
4847B61G12
4847B61G14
4847B61G15
4847B61G16
4847B61G17
4847B61G18
ANSI 18” Cell Replacement Kit*
ANSI 3’ Cell Replacement Kit*
ANSI 6’ Cell Replacement Kit*
ANSI 9’ Cell Replacement Kit*
ANSI 12’ Cell Replacement Kit*
JIS 18” Cell Replacement Kit*
JIS 3’ Cell Replacement Kit*
JIS 6’ Cell Replacement Kit*
JIS 9’ Cell Replacement Kit*
JIS 12’ Cell Replacement Kit*
DIN 18” Cell Replacement Kit*
DIN 3’ Cell Replacement Kit*
DIN 6’ Cell Replacement Kit*
DIN 9’ Cell Replacement Kit*
DIN 12’ Cell Replacement Kit*
2-3
2-3
2-3
2-3
2-3
2-3
2-3
2-3
3D39003G01
3D39003G02
3D39003G03
3D39003G04
3D39003G05
3D39003G06
3D39003G07
3D39003G08
ANSI 3’ Abrasive Shield Assy.
ANSI 6’ Abrasive Shield Assy.
JIS 3’ Abrasive Shield Assy.
JIS 6’ Abrasive Shield Assy.
DIN 3’ Abrasive Shield Assy.
DIN 6’ Abrasive Shield Assy.
ANSI 9’ Abrasive Shield Assy.
ANSI 12’ Abrasive Shield Assy.
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Table 9-1. Replacement Parts for Probe (Continued)
Figure and Index No.
Part Number
Description
2-3
2-3
2-3
2-3
2-3
2-3
2-3
3D39003G09
3D39003G10
3D39003G11
3D39003G12
3D39003G13
3D39003G14
3D39003G15
JIS 9’ Abrasive Shield Assy.
JIS 12’ Abrasive Shield Assy.
DIN 9’ Abrasive Shield Assy.
DIN 12’ Abrasive Shield Assy.
ANSI 18” Abrasive Shield Assy.
JIS 18” Abrasive Shield Assy.
DIN 18” Abrasive Shield Assy.
2-1
2-1
2-1
2-1
2-1
3535B60G01
3535B63G01
4843B38G02
3534B18G01
3534B48G01
4845B27G01
4845B27G02
4845B27G03
4845B27G04
Ceramic Diffuser with Dust Seal
Flame Arrest Ceramic Diffuser with Dust Seal
Snubber Diffuser with Dust Seal
Ceramic Diffuser Hub Assy.
Vee Deflector Assy.
Stainless Steel Diffusion Assy., 5 microns
Stainless Steel Diffusion Assy., 40 microns
Stainless Steel Diffusion Assy., 100 microns
Stainless Steel Diffusion Assy. with dust seal
hub, 5 microns
Stainless Steel Diffusion Assy. with dust seal
hub, 40 microns
Stainless Steel Diffusion Assy. with dust seal
hub, 100 microns
Snubber Diffusion Assy.
Probe Disassembly Kit
4845B27G05
4845B27G06
6-1, 2
9-2
4843B37G01
3535B42G02
HEX KEYS
SPANNER
WRENCH
ANTI-SEIZE
COMPOUND
PHILIPS
SCREWDRIVER
WRENCH
TUBE INSERTION
TUBE
35830010
Figure 9-2. Probe Disassembly Kit
9-4
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Figure and Index No.
Part Number
Description
6-1, 21, 27
6-1, 12
6-1, 25
6-1, 11
4850B10G01
4849B95G01
3D39777G02
08732-0002-0001
5R10145G01
Electronics English-Standard
Housing and Cover
Electronic Assembly and keypad English
Termination Block-Standard
Cover
6-1, 21, 27
6-1, 12
6-1, 25
6-1, 11
4850B10G02
4849B95G01
3D39777G03
08732-0002-0001
5R10145G01
Electronics German-Standard
Housing and Cover
Electronic Assembly and keypad German
Termination Block-Standard
Cover
6-1, 21, 27
6-1, 12
6-1, 25
6-1, 11
4850B10G03
4849B95G01
3D39777G04
08732-0002-0001
5R10145G01
Electronics French-Standard
Housing and Cover
Electronic Assembly and keypad French
Termination Block-Standard
Cover
6-1, 21, 27
6-1, 12
6-1, 25
6-1, 11
4850B10G04
4849B95G01
3D39777G05
08732-0002-0001
5R10145G01
Electronics Spanish-Standard
Housing and Cover
Electronic Assembly and keypad Spanish
Termination Block-Standard
Cover
6-1, 21, 27
6-1, 12
6-1, 25
6-1, 11
4850B10G05
4849B95G01
3D39777G06
08732-0002-0001
5R10145G01
Electronics Italian-Standard
Housing and Cover
Electronic Assembly and keypad Italian
Termination Block-Standard
Cover
6-1, 21
6-1, 12
6-1, 25
6-1, 11
4850B10G06
4849B95G01
3D39777G02
08732-0002-0002
5R10145G01
Electronics English-Transient Protected
Housing
Electronic Assembly and keypad English
Termination Block-Transient Protected
Cover
6-1, 21
6-1, 12
6-1, 25
6-1, 11
4850B10G07
4849B95G01
3D39777G03
08732-0002-0002
5R10145G01
Electronics German-Transient Protected
Housing
Electronic Assembly and keypad German
Termination Block-Transient Protected
Cover
6-1, 21
6-1, 12
6-1, 25
6-1, 11
4850B10G08
4849B95G01
3D39777G04
08732-0002-0002
5R10145G01
Electronics French-Transient Protected
Housing
Electronic Assembly and keypad French
Termination Block-Transient Protected
Cover
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Table 9-2. Replacement Parts for Electronics (Continued)
Figure and Index No.
Part Number
Description
6-1, 21
6-1, 12
6-1, 25
6-1, 11
4850B10G09
4849B95G01
3D39777G05
08732-0002-0002
5R10145G01
Electronics Spanish-Transient Protected
Housing
Electronic Assembly and keypad Spanish
Termination Block-Transient Protected
Cover
6-1, 21
6-1, 12
6-1, 25
6-1, 11
4850B10G10
4849B95G01
3D39777G06
08732-0002-0002
5R10145G01
Electronics Italian-Transient Protected
Housing
Electronic Assembly and keypad Italian
Termination Block-Transient Protected
Cover
6-1, 12
6-1, 14
6-1, 14
6-1, 14
6-1, 14
6-1, 14
3D39777G01
4849B72H01
4849B72H02
4849B72H03
4849B72H04
4849B72H05
Electronic Assembly
Membrane Keypad English
Membrane Keypad German
Membrane Keypad French
Membrane Keypad Spanish
Membrane Keypad Italian
6-1, 25
6-1, 25
08732-0002-0001
08732-0002-0002
Termination Block Standard
Termination Block Transient Protected
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Table 9-3. Replacement Parts for SPS 4000
Figure and Index No.
6-11, 4
6-13, 19
6-11, 15
6-13, 17
6-13, 16
6-13, 8
6-11, 17
6-11, 19
6-11, 18
6-11, 12
6-11, 13 and 20
6-11, 8
6-11, 28
6-11, 25
Part Number
Description
1A99093H01
6292A97H03
1A99089H01
771B635H01
771B635H02
1A99094H01
1A97913H03
4850B56G01
4850B54G01
7305A67H01
3D39435G01
120039-0077
4850B75H01
1A99147H01
Bushing Gasket
Check Valve
Cover O-ring
Flowmeter Assembly, Calibration Gas
Flowmeter Assembly, Reference Air (Optional)
Pressure Regulator, Reference Air (Optional)
Fuse, 5A, 250V, 5 × 20 mm, Slow Blow
Interface Board
Power Supply Board
Pressure Switch
Solenoid
O-ring
Terminal Cover Gasket
Terminal Strip
Table 9-4. Replacement Parts for Calibration Components
Figure and Index No.
Part Number
1A99119G01
1A99119G02
Description
Calibration Gas Bottles — 0.4% and 8% O2, balance
nitrogen — 550 liters each, includes bottle rack*
Two Flow Regulators (for calibration gas bottles)
*Calibration gas bottles cannot be shipped via airfreight.
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SECTION 10
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
HART HANDHELD 275 COMMUNICATOR
The HART Handheld 275 Communicator is an interface device
that provides a common communication link to HART-compatible
instruments, such as the Oxymitter 4000. HART Communications Protocol permits all the information available from the
Oxymitter 4000’s electronics to be transmitted over standard 420 mA signal wires. By attaching the HART handheld communicator at a termination point along the 4-20 mA signal line, a
technician can diagnose problems and configure and calibrate
the Oxymitter 4000 as if he or she were standing in front of the
instrument.
MAN 4275A00
English
October 1994
HART Communicator
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For more information, call Rosemount Analytical at
1-800-433-6076.
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1-800-433-6076.
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Asset Management Solutions (AMS) software works in conjunction with the HART Communication Protocol and offers the capability to communicate with all HART plant devices from a
single computer terminal.
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MANAGEMENT
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GAS
The specially designed Rosemount Analytical By-Pass Package
for oxygen analyzers has proven to withstand the high temperatures in process heaters while providing the same advantages
offered by the in situ sensor. Inconel or Kanthal steel tubes provide effective resistance to corrosion, and the package uses no
moving parts, air pumps, or other components common to other
sampling systems.
For more information, call Rosemount Analytical at
1-800-433-6076.
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IMPS 4000 INTELLIGENT MULTIPROBE TEST
GAS SEQUENCER
The IMPS 4000 Intelligent Multiprobe Test Gas Sequencer is
housed within an IP56 (NEMA 4X) enclosure and has the intelligence to provide calibration gas sequencing of up to four Oxymitter 4000 units to accommodate automatic and semi-automatic
calibration routines.
This sequencer works in conjunction with the Oxymitter 4000
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED feature, eliminating out-ofcalibration occurrences and the need to send a technician to the
installation site. In addition, the SPS 4000 provides a remote
contact input to initiate a calibration from a remote location and
relay outputs to alert when a calibration is in progress, an Oxymitter 4000 is out of calibration, calibration gases are on, and
calibration gas pressure is low.
26170006
For more information, call Rosemount Analytical at
1-800-433-6076.
SPS 4000 SINGLE AUTOCALIBRATION
SEQUENCER
OXYMITTER 4000
Rosemount Analytical specifically designed the SPS 4000 Single
Probe Autocalibration Sequencer to provide the capability to
perform automatic or on-demand Oxymitter 4000 calibrations.
The system can be installed either as an integral component to
an Oxymitter 4000 or at a remote location if space is limited or
corrosive conditions exist at the installation site.
The SPS 4000 works in conjunction with the Oxymitter 4000’s
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED feature, eliminating out-ofcalibration occurrences and the need to send a technician to the
installation site. In addition, the SPS 4000 provides a remote
contact input to initiate a calibration from a remote location and
relay outputs to indicate when a calibration is in progress or the
Oxymitter 4000 is out of calibration.
INTEGRAL OR
REMOTE
For more information, call Rosemount Analytical at
1-800-433-6076.
26170007
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O2 CALIBRATION GAS SEQUENCER
Rosemount Analytical’s O2 Calibration Gas and Service Kits
have been carefully designed to provide a more convenient and
fully portable means of testing, calibrating, and servicing
Rosemount Analytical’s oxygen analyzers. These lightweight,
disposable gas cylinders eliminate the need to rent gas bottles.
For more information, call Rosemount Analytical at
1-800-433-6076.
26170021
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SECTION 11
INDEX
This index is an alphabetized listing of parts, terms, and procedures having to do with the Hazardous Area Oxygen/Combustibles Transmitter. Every item listed in this index refers to a location
in the manual by one or more page numbers.
A
Abrasive Shield, 2-1, 2-4, 2-9, 9-3, 9-4
Absolute Temperature, 1-1
Accuracy, 1-10
Adapter Plate, 1-2, 1-6, 2-1, 2-5, 2-6
Alarms, Diagnostic, 4-1, 6-6, 7-3
Alarms, Unit, 6-6, 7-3
AMS, 1-1, 1-4, 3-2, 5-1, 5-3, 6-3, 7-19, 10-1
Analog Output, 1-11, 2-10, 3-1, 5-2, 5-3
Arithmetic Constant, 1-1
Automatic Calibration, 6-1
B
Bracing, 2-7
By-Pass Packages, 10-1
C
Calibration, 5-8, 6-1, 6-3, 7-1, 7-17, 7-18, 7-19
Calibration Gas, 1-5, 1-6, 1-7, 1-8, 1-10, 2-2, 2-3, 24, 2-15, 6-1, 6-4, 6-5, 6-7, 6-8, 7-19, 7-20, 7-21, 722, 10-3
Calibration Gas Bottles, 1-13, 9-7
Calibration Gas Flowmeter, 2-3
Calibration Interval, Timed, 5-9, 6-3
CALIBRATION RECOMMENDED, 1-3, 1-9, 3-4, 4-1,
6-3, 6-4, 6-5, 10-2
Cell, 1-4, 3-2, 6-13, 7-13, 7-14, 7-18
Cell Constant, 1-1
Cell Replacement Kit, 9-2, 9-3
Check Valve, 1-5, 6-20, 6-23, 7-20, 7-22
D
Diffusion Element, 1-4, 6-1, 6-13, 6-15, 6-21
Distributed Control System, 1-4
Drip Loop, 2-8
E
EEPROM, 7-15
Electronic Noise, 1-10, 7-1
Electronics, 1-2, 1-3, 1-4, 1-10, 6-8, 6-9, 6-10, 9-5,
9-6
Electronics Temperature, 1-10
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Electrostatic Discharge, 7-1
Equipment Return, 8-1
F
Fuse, 6-10
G
Grounding, 7-1
H
HART, 1-1, 1-2, 1-3, 1-4, 3-2, 3-3, 5-1, 5-3, 5-5, 5-6,
5-7, 5-8, 6-3, 7-19, 10-1
HART Communicator, 1-4, 5-1, 5-3, 5-8, 10-1
HART Menu Tree, 5-5, 5-6, 5-7
Heater, 7-3, 7-8, 7-9, 7-10, 7-11, 7-12
Heater Strut, 6-12, 9-3
Heater Thermocouple, 1-4, 7-3, 7-4, 7-5, 7-6
I
IMPS 4000, 1-2, 1-3, 1-4, 1-5, 1-6, 1-7, 1-14, 2-10,
3-4, 3-5, 3-6, 5-4, 6-3, 7-2, 10-2
Installation, Electrical, 2-9, 2-11
Installation, Mechanical, 2-1
Installation, Pneumatic, 2-14, 2-15
Instrument Air, 1-5, 1-6, 1-7, 2-14, 6-7, 6-8
Insulation, 2-9, 6-7, 6-8
Integrated Circuits, 7-1
K
Keypad, Membrane, 1-4, 2-1, 3-2, 3-6, 6-3
L
Lengths, Probe, 2-9
Line Voltage, 1-6, 1-10, 2-10, 6-6, 6-7, 6-8
Logic I/O, 1-6, 1-11, 2-10, 3-1, 3-4, 5-3, 5-4, 6-6, 67, 6-19, 7-20, 7-21
M
Manual Calibration, 6-3
Membrane Keypad, 1-4, 2-1, 3-2, 3-6, 6-3
Mounting, 1-10
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N
Nernst Equation, 1-1
O
O2 Range, 3-2, 3-3
P
Packaging, 1-1
Partial Pressure, 1-1
Power Requirements, 1-11
Power Supply, 1-3
Probe, 6-11, 9-1
Probe Disassembly Kit, 9-4
Probe Lengths, 1-3, 1-10, 2-9
Process Temperature, 1-10
Product Matrix, 1-12, 1-13
R
Range, O2, 1-10
Reference Air, 1-1, 1-6, 1-7, 1-10, 2-2, 2-3, 2-4, 214, 2-15
Reference Air Set, 1-2
Remote Contact, 6-3
Replacement Parts, Electronics, 9-5, 9-6
Replacement Parts, Probe, 9-1, 9-2, 9-3, 9-4
SPS 4000 (Continued)
Fuse, 6-16, 6-17, 7-20, 7-21
Handshake Signal, 1-11, 3-4
Humidity Range, 1-11
Installation, Electrical, 2-11
Installation, Pneumatic, 2-15
Interface Board, 6-17, 6-18, 6-19, 7-19, 7-20, 7-22
Line Voltage, 1-6, 2-11, 2-13, 6-8, 6-19
Manifold, 1-7, 1-8
Mounting, 1-7, 1-11
Noise, External Electrical, 1-11
Piping Distance, 1-11
Power, 1-11
Power Supply Board, 6-17, 6-18, 6-19, 7-20, 7-21
Pressure Regulator, 1-7, 6-21
Pressure Switch, 1-8, 6-17, 6-20, 7-20, 7-22
Reference Air Flowmeter, 1-7, 6-21, 6-22, 6-23
Relay Outputs, 1-6, 1-11, 2-12, 6-8, 6-19, 7-19
Remote Contact Input, 1-6, 1-11, 2-12, 6-8, 6-19
Replacement Parts, 9-7
Signal, 4-20 mA, 1-6, 2-11, 2-12, 6-8
Solenoids, 1-7, 1-8, 6-17, 6-18, 7-20, 7-22
Specifications, 1-11
Terminal Strip, 1-7
Troubleshooting, 7-19, 7-20, 7-21, 7-22
Weight, Shipping, 1-11
T
S
Semi-Automatic Calibration, 6-3
Signal, 4-20 mA, 1-3, 1-11, 2-10, 3-2, 3-3, 5-1, 5-3,
6-6, 6-7, 6-8, 10-1
Specifications, 1-10
SPS 4000, 1-2, 1-3, 1-5, 1-6, 1-7, 1-8, 1-11, 2-3, 3-1,
3-4, 5-4, 6-8, 6-16, 7-19, 7-20, 7-21, 7-22, 10-2
Ambient Temperature Range, 1-11
Cabling Distance, 1-11
Calibration Gas Flowmeter, 1-7, 1-8, 6-1, 6-21, 622, 6-23, 7-20, 7-21
11-2
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Index
Terminal Block, 2-10, 3-1, 5-2, 6-6, 6-7, 6-10
Test Points, 4-1
Thermocouple, Heater, 1-4, 7-3, 7-4, 7-5, 7-6
Troubleshooting, 7-1
V
Vee Deflector, 2-8
Z
Zirconia Disc, 1-1
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WARRANTY
Rosemount warrants that the equipment manufactured and sold by it will, upon shipment, be free
of defects in workmanship or material. Should any failure to conform to this warranty become apparent during a period of one year after the date of shipment, Rosemount shall, upon prompt
written notice from the purchaser, correct such nonconformity by repair or replacement, F.O.B.
factory of the defective part or parts. Correction in the manner provided above shall constitute a
fulfillment of all liabilities of Rosemount with respect to the quality of the equipment.
THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES OF QUALITY WHETHER WRITTEN, ORAL, OR IMPLIED (INCLUDING ANY
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OF FITNESS FOR PURPOSE).
The remedy(ies) provided above shall be purchaser's sole remedy(ies) for any failure of
Rosemount to comply with the warranty provisions, whether claims by the purchaser are based
in contract or in tort (including negligence).
Rosemount does not warrant equipment against normal deterioration due to environment. Factors
such as corrosive gases and solid particulates can be detrimental and can create the need for repair or replacement as part of normal wear and tear during the warranty period.
Equipment supplied by Rosemount Analytical Inc. but not manufactured by it will be subject to the
same warranty as is extended to Rosemount by the original manufacturer.
At the time of installation it is important that the required services are supplied to the system and
that the electronic controller is set up at least to the point where it is controlling the sensor heater.
This will ensure, that should there be a delay between installation and full commissioning that the
sensor being supplied with ac power and reference air will not be subjected to component
deterioration.
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Oxymitter 4000
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Serial no. ____________
Order no. ____________
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