Daniel Danalyzer™ Model 500 Gas Chromatograph

Product Datasheet
DAN-PDS-GC-500
May 2010
Gas Chromatographs
Daniel® Danalyzer™ Model 500
Gas Chromatograph
www.daniel.com
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Product Datasheet
DAN-PDS-GC-500
May 2010
Daniel® Danalyzer™ Model 500
Gas Chromatograph
Danalyzer™ Model 500 Gas Chromatographs offer the
broadest range of analysis options available today in a
field-mounted gas chromatograph. Whether it is heating
value measurement, trace contaminant monitoring,
pipeline integrity, or product quality/process control, the
Danalyzer Model 500 is flexible enough to meet your
analysis needs. The proven technology and software
of the Danalyzer Model 500 series offers superior
reliability and precision, lower installation and operating
costs, greater application flexibility, and unmatched
measurement performance.
Proven solutions for fiscal metering or gas quality
measurements
AVAILABLE MODELS
Danalyzer Model 570/571 BTU/CV Gas Chromatograph
•
Custody transfer and gas quality analysis
•
Compositional analysis of pipeline gas (CH4 to C6+, N2 and
CO2)
•
Calculates heating value, relative density, compressibility,
Wobbe index and more - all standard
•
± 0.025% CV repeatability over complete temperature range
•
± 0.0125% CV when installed in a temperature controlled
environment
FEATUrES AnD BEnEFITS
Unmatched measurement performance
Highest stated precision (±0.25 BTU/1000 for broad ambient
temperature C6+ analysis)
Wide dynamic range from percent to trace level components
Reliable performance over broad ambient temperatures (-18°
C to 55° C / 0° F to 131° F)
Lower operation and maintenance costs
No shelter or instrument air required
Low helium and power consumption
Longest chromatograph valve and column warranties
available
Easy to use
Ethernet and Modbus connectivity
MON2000™ software setup and diagnostics
Identical setup and operation for all models – no additional
training
Model
570
Danalyzer Model 590/591 Dual Oven Gas Chromatograph
•
Extended compositional analysis of rich pipeline quality gas
for better accountability of the heavier components
•
Supports a more complete AGA8 calculation
•
Dual detectors with 2ppm minimum detectability on a C9+
peak
•
± 0.05% CV repeatability over complete temperature range
•
Optional hydrocarbon dew point calculation software
•
Optional C6+ measurement with H2S
Danalyzer Model 500 On-Line Gas Chromatograph
•
For most trace and % level gas processing, LNG, and
pipeline product applications up to 185°F (85°C)
•
Isothermal analysis with 1 or 2 micro-thermal conductivity
detector/heat-sink ovens
•
Liquid and gas analysis in a single unit
•
Optional heated sample conditioning oven up to 185°F
(85°C)
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Model
590
Product Datasheet
DAN-PDS-GC-500
May 2010
Gas Quality Analysis
APPLICATIOnS
Standard natural Gas Applications
We have made our most popular energy and gas quality
applications standard. Applications may vary by components
of interest, analysis time, reduced hardware (economics), or
improved precision. If our standard application solutions don't
fit your unique needs, we can customize solutions for many
application requirements. Contact your account representative
for further information.
Energy Measurement (to C6+ and C9+)
The Danalyzer Model 500 series offers applications for energy
measurement from C6+ hydrocarbon ranges to C9+ hydrocarbon
ranges. Calculations based on GPA 2145 or ISO 6976
standards can be provided.
Model
570/571
Standard Measurement ranges
Methane
Ethane
Propane
N-Butane
Iso-Butane
N-Pentane
Iso-Pentane
Neo-Pentane
Hexane+
Nitrogen
Carbon Dioxide
Hexanes
Heptanes
Octanes
Nonane+
C 6+
Model
590/591
C 9+
65 to 100-mole %
0 to 20-mole %
0 to 10-mole %
0 to 5-mole%
0 to 5-mole %
0 to 1 mole %
0 to 1 mole%
0 to 1 mole%
0 to 0.7-mole%
0 to 20 mole %
0 to 20 mole%
0 to 1 mole%
0 to 1 mole%
0 to 0.5 Mole%
0 to 0.5 mole%
Natural gas contaminants reduce pipeline integrity over time.
Most contaminants can be easily measured in the Danalyzer
Model 500 for on-line quality assurance. Contaminant
monitoring can be combined with energy measurements for
complete custody transfer analysis. To the extent possible,
these combined applications utilize independent chromatograph
valves, detectors and columns, for each primary measurement.
This technique offers greater reliability, increased speed,
and easier troubleshooting. This approach also makes field
upgrades and re-applications in the Danalyzer Model 500 easy,
by minimizing internal piping changes.
Hydrocarbon Dew Point Calculation
One optional calculation that is becoming increasingly popular
is the calculation of natural gas hydrocarbon dew point.
Hydrocarbon dew point analysis is proving to be an important
tool for identifying unaccounted for or lost BTU in the pipeline
due to condensation.
Calculations of the Hydrocarbon Dew Point are made using Pr or
rKS equations-of-state and latest physical property data.
Custom Applications
If our standard applications do not fit your needs, the Model 500
can be customized to meet many measurement requirements.
Simply submit a completed application data sheet found at the
end of this data sheet with your request, or ask our application
engineers for assistance.
Standard Danalyzer™ Applications and repeatability
Application
Code
Application Name
Components
Measured
Analysis Time
% Repeatability
@ Controlled Temperature
% Repeatability Over
0-130˚F
570
Standard BTU/CV
C1 to C6+, CO2, N2
4 min
±0.0125
±0.025
570C7
Standard C7+ BTU/CV
C1 to C7+, CO2, N2
10-12 min
±0.025
±0.05
Gas Quality (H2S)
Trace H2S (3 - 30 ppm)
90 sec
±2 ppm
±3 ppm
570LF8
Landfill Gas BTU/CV
C1, N2, CO2, O2
8 min
±0.1
±0.2
5703
Landfill Gas (mole-sieve)
C1, N2, CO2, O2
3 min
±0.1
±0.2
570PS
Std C6+ with % H2S
C1 to C6+, CO2, N2, H2S (%)
10 min
±0.05
±0.1
570OX
Std C6+ with % Oxygen
C1 to C6+, CO2, N2, O2
10 min
±0.05
±0.1
570HH
Std C6+ with Helium/Hydrogen
C1 to C6+, CO2, N2, He/H2
5 min
±0.05
±0.1
590TS
C6+ with ppm H2S
C1 to C6+, CO2, N2, H2S
(ppm)
7 min
±0.0125/±2 ppm
±0.025/±3 ppm
590
Std C9+
C1 to C99+, CO2, N2
5 min
±0.025
±0.05
590HC
Std C9+ and
Hydrocarbon Dewpoint
C1 to C9+, CO2, N2
5 min
±0.025
±0.05
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Product Datasheet
DAN-PDS-GC-500
May 2010
SUPErIOr PErFOrMAnCE
The Danalyzer Difference
Airless (Heat Sink) Oven
The heat sink oven in the Danalyzer Model 500 Gas
Chromatograph integrates the detector, columns, and analytical
valves in a single, temperature-controlled assembly. This unique
design enables the analyzer to be mounted in the field without
the need for elaborate weather protection or instrument air. To
ensure performance to specifications, the majority of our gas
chromatographs are tested for repeatability in an enviromental
chamber prior to shipment, where they are cycled from 0130°F for 24 hours. Customers are welcome to request testing
in our environmental chamber free of charge for every gas
chromatograph that is purchased.
Gas Chromatograph Valves
The Model 500 offers six- and ten-port diaphragm/piston gas
chromatograph valves that are the the heart of our superior
gas chromatograph reliability. These pneumatic valves are
guaranteed for the life of the gas chromatograph and specified
to operate over five million times between service. By minimizing
internal movement (1/1,000 inch) of the pistons, which never
come in contact with the sample, abrasive mechanical wear
is virtually eliminated. This unique double-diaphragm design
removes the need for all springs, o-rings, or lubrication. Valve
service is performed by replacing a cost-effective diaphragm set,
normally completed in less than 10 minutes.
Micro-packed Columns
Danalyzer micro-packed columns offer a superior combination
of features found in both capillary and conventional packed
columns — speed, sharp peak resolution, and low carrier gas
consumption. In addition, this unique design provides for greatly
extended column life — as well as the longest warranty available
on the market (five years on the standard C6+ natural gas set).
High-sensitivity Thermal Conductivity Detector
(TCD)
The TCD thermistor is the detector of choice for most
applications due to its universal response to all compounds.
The Danalyzer thermistor TCD is able to go well beyond the
normal measuring ranges seen in other designs by being able
to do many applications with low parts-per-million measurement
requirements. This greatly simplifies the gas chromatograph
design when a simple and rugged TCD can be used rather than a
more complex flame ionization detector (FID).
TCD detector is sensitive down to 3 ppm
Dual TCD / TCD configurations available
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Product Datasheet
DAN-PDS-GC-500
May 2010
MODEL 2350A GAS CHrOMATOGrAPH
COnTrOLLEr
The controller used with the Danalyzer Model 500 Gas
Chromatograph is designed to minimize engineering, training,
and measurement accounting. The controller electronics can
be remotely mounted in a 19” rack or in the field in an explosion
proof NEMA 4X enclosure. The controller offers three to eight
independent Modbus serial ports, plus a parallel printer port. Two
analog outputs are standard and can be expanded to ten. An
optional keyboard display and internal modem is available for
local or remote diagnostics (PC). Plug-in transient protection
modules meet the highest European standards for electrical
protection.
InCrEASED OPErATInG EFFICIEnCIES
Three to eight field-configurable serial ports support four userselectable versions of Modbus protocols
Simplify communication between flow computers, PLCs,
DCSs and SCADA systems.
Optional internal modem and Ethernet communications
Eliminates the need for strip chart recorders, printers, or PC
workstations
No proprietary network protocols or data highways
User-friendly laptop/PC software cuts technician time and
training costs as much as 50%
Three levels of security; configurable to read only or read/
write for third party access to GC data
Full Windows® 98, 2000, NT, or XP functionality with
MON2000 software
Includes Modbus polling functions for gas chromatographs,
ultrasonic meters, or flow computers
Internet ready — download MON2000 enhancements directly
from our Daniel website and e-mail chromatograms for peer
review
LATEST MEASUrEMEnT STAnDArDS
The latest GPA 2145 physical properties (energy content and
related calculations) are included as standard components to
bring users up to date with recent standards
ISO 6976-1995 applications meet European requirements for
energy measurement with full choice of calculation methods
Manual entry of alternate physical constants allowed (but
tagged as “USR” for audit purposes)
MODEL 2350A GAS CHrOMATOGrAPH
COnTrOLLEr ADVAnCED SOFTWArE
The ability to monitor dual detectors simultaneously opens up
new applications with greater speed. Applications such as
natural gas extended analysis (C1 to C9 in five minutes) or natural
gas with helium are all now possible. The primary benefit is
faster analysis times for many online applications.
Recorders are not necessary; laptops can be used as the primary
interface to allow for almost unlimited chromatogram storage and
retrieval. Optional printers can be serial or the less-expensive
and easier to install parallel type.
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Product Datasheet
DAN-PDS-GC-500
May 2010
MOn2000™ Software
The Danalyzer Model 500 Gas Chromatograph is designed
to operate unattended. If adjustments are needed, our exclusive MON2000 software allows complete control of your gas
chromatographs — either locally or remotely. From within
MON2000, a user can:
Data collected from the Danalyzer Model 500 can be stored and
displayed in a wide range of options such as trend lines on the
screen and logs automatically documenting all changes made to
the gas chromatograph. Data can also be exported in formats
compatible with most Windows® applications.
Review and modify analytical settings on one screen
Upload and display multiple chromatograms on the
screen for comparison
Upload and trend any of the measured results
Export data for use in other 3rd party applications
Overlay multiple chromatograms for troubleshooting and calibration
Check original calibration against last calibration
The MON2000 software is Windows®-based software designed
to make analyzer configuration, maintenance, and data collection easy. With intuitive drop-down menus and fill-in-the-blank
tables, even new users can quickly navigate through the software.
The MON2000 software can display both current and multiple
archived chromatograms on the screen streamlining the time
needed to perform routine analyzer maintenance.
MON2000 also has a number of tools built in to help users manage their analyzers such as:
Automatic recording of alarms in a log file
Event logs that provide a continuous record of all operator
changes with time and user name stored
Maintenance log scratch pad for keeping track of maintenance or testing
Comparing multiple chromatograms and zooming
into specific sections is easy with the point and click
design of MOn2000.
Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation
Download and install the latest GPA 2145 and ISO 6976
physical property factors
Powerful Yet Simple – MOn2000 Software
Simple dropdown menus
Summary of
application
event status
and time
Connect to
any GC with
a mouse click
Automatic
listing of
measured
components
Full featured
chromatogram
display
Quickly add
chromatograms
to overlay
Manually adjust
X/Y scale
Save chromatograms
to hard drive
Interactive cursur
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Display results
Product Datasheet
DAN-PDS-GC-500
May 2010
networking Flexibility
Analyzer networking and Data
Communication
Danalyzer Gas Chromatographs can be configured in a number
of networking and data communication schemes to meet the
communication requirements of the natural gas industry.
Options include modem, Ethernet, and multi-drop RS-485
networks. It is even possible to set up automatic polling for data
collection if desired.
Data communication options include simple analog and discrete
signals as well as Modbus serial links. To preserve the
integrity of the analysis data, all Danalyzer Model 500 Gas
Chromatographs are capable of storing up to 35 days of analysis
or calibration data in the event of loss of communication.
All Danalyzer Gas Chromatographs are designed to operate
unattended. Occasionally, adjustments to the analyzer analytical
method or a review of possible alarms may be needed. Using
our exclusive MON2000 software loaded on either a PC or
laptop running Windows®, you’ll have complete control of your
gas chromatographs – either locally or remotely.
Whether you want to network gas chromatographs throughout
the plant or simply link a single gas chromatograph to a flow
computer system, the Danalyzer Model 500 can be configured
to handle most of the scenarios:
Choice of Ethernet or RS-485 network
Can use same network to connect Danalyzer Model 700,
Model 500, and Model 1000 Gas Chromatographs
Able to connect multiple PC workstations using MON2000
Connectivity to flow computer or SCADA system using
industry-standard protocols such as Modbus and OPC
Secure Modbus Connectivity
For online gas chromatographs, Modbus continues to be the
preferred choice to connect to a gas chromatograph network.
Our Modbus design avoids the use of central interface cards
or computers that can act as a single-point of failure in the
Modbus link. Instead, the flow computer or SCADA system can
“talk” directly to each gas chromatograph to gather the data
needed. Furthermore, the register and coil addresses can be
easy customized to meet the specific data structure of the flow
computer or SCADA system. There is also a program built into
the MON2000 workstation to test the Modbus link if troubleshooting is needed.
Simplified network Communications - Multiple serial ports with Ethernet
option can be field configured to provide redundant data highways.
INTERNET
- RS 232C
- RS 485/422
- ETHERNET
MODEL 700
MON2OOO
WORKSTATION
- RS 232C
- RS 485/422
- ETHERNET
MODEL 700
PRINTER / LOGGER
OPTIONAL LAPTOP
FOR LOCAL
COMMUNICATION
REDUNDANT
RS 485/422
UP TO
32 GC’S
MODEL 700
OPTIONAL LAPTOP
FOR LOCAL
COMMUNICATION
MODEL 700
DCS OPC SERVER
ETHERNET - UNLIMITED NUMBER OF GC’S
OPC SERVER
MODEL 500
- RS 232C
- RS 485/422
- ETHERNET
MODEL 700
PQR
PQR
MON2OOO
WORKSTATION
MODEL 500
- RS 232C
- RS 485/422
- ETHERNET
MODEL 1000
MODEL 500
MON2OOO
WORKSTATION
MODEL 1000
MODEL 500
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Product Datasheet
DAN-PDS-GC-500
May 2010
Environmental Chamber Testing
Custom Engineered Sample Systems
We provide the most thorough gas chromatograph testing in
the world. We test nearly all Danalyzer Model 500s in our
walk-in environmental test chambers prior to shipment. In
the environmental chamber, the GC is cycled between 0°F
and 130°F for a minumum of 24 hours. This is all part of our
commitment to provide analyzers that are capable of providing
reliable measurements in the field, without expensive enclosed
shelters.
Any gas chromatograph is only as good as the quality of the
sample it measures. So every sample system for Danalyzer
gas chromatographs are custom engineered for the specific
requirements of the application. Common features include:
Heated and open panel designs
All components rated for the area classification
Automatic calibration / validation available as an option
Variety of sample probes to extract a reliable and
stable sample
0o
Superior measurement stability in extreme climates
is tested for every Danalyzer™ Model 500 Gas
Chromatograph before it ships.
Packaging Accessories
Multi-stream Sample
Conditioning System
We offer standard and custom gas chromatograph packaging
accessories to meet your installation requirements.
Gas Chromatograph System Enclosures
Complete range of gas chromatograph enclosure solutions
ranging from simple sun-shields and cabinets to skids,
systems and shelters
API 14.1 compliant solutions with heating of sample lines and
calibration gas
Standard Auxiliary Equipment
3 - Sided Shelter
Sample Probe
Sample probes / pressure regulators / filters for a wide range
of sample handling requirements
Carrier gas systems with dual manifold regulators for
uninterrupted operation
Calibration gasses and heating blankets
Carrier Manifold
Calibration Gas
with Heating Blanket
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Product Datasheet
DAN-PDS-GC-500
May 2010
Danalyzer™ Model 565, 570, & 590 Gas Chromatographs
Ordering Matrix (must select only 1 option for each column)
57X C6+ (4-minute); Repeatability of +/- 0.5 BTU over ambient temp. range 0-130F.
56X C6+ (12-minute); Repeatability of +/- 1 BTU over ambient temp. range 0-130F.
59X C9+ (5-minute); Repeatability of +/- 0.5 BTU over ambient temp. range 0-130F. *
Code Approvals
U US - Designed to meet (NEC) Class 1, Division 1, Groups C&D. (UL) 1203 & NEMA 7 with XP option.
C CSA Certified
A ATEX
Code Power Options
1 115 VAC +/- 15% 50/60 HZ
2 230 VAC +/- 15% 50/60 HZ
Code 2350A Controller Enclosure Options
R 19" Rack Mount Version (General Purpose)
E Explosion Proof Version (NEMA 7)
Code Display Options
NK No Keypad & Display
KP Keypad & Display
Code Internal Modem and/or Ethernet
N No Modem and/or Ethernet
M Internal Modem
E Ethernet
B Internal Modem and Ethernet
Code Analog Outputs
02 (2) 4-20mA Non-Isolaged Analog Outputs
06 (6) 4-20mA Non-Isolated Analog Outputs
10 (10) 4-20mA Non-Isolated Analog Outputs
Code Communication Ports
3 (3) Field Configurable Serial Ports (standard with KYPD)
4 (4) Field Configurable Serial Ports (standard with NO KYPD)
7 (7) Field Configurable Serial Ports with Com4a option (with/without KYPD)
Code Sample Conditioning (Number of sample streams + 1 auto-cal)
NS No Stream(s)
1N 1 stream plate
1G 1 stream plate, with Fast Loop/Membrane Filter
2N 2 stream plate
2G 2 stream plate, with Fast Loop/Membrane Filters
3N 3 stream plate
3G 3 stream plate, with Fast Loop/Membrane Filters
4N 4 stream plate
4G 4 stream plate, with Fast Loop/Membrane Filter
5N 5 stream plate
5G 5 stream plate, with Fast Loop/Membrane Filter
6N 6 stream plate
6G 6 stream plate, with Fast Loop/Membrane Filter
7N 7 stream plate
7G 7 stream plate, with Fast Loop/Membrane Filter
8N 8 stream plate.
8G 8 stream plate, with Fast Loop/Membrane Filter
For shipping, Model 570, 565 and 590 Gas Chromatographs require
9N 9 stream plate
crating and packing to protect their high quality during shipment.
9G 9 stream plate, with Fast Loop/Membrane Filter
Please indicate which packing specification applies
XX Specials, Including streams 10-12. (consult factory)
570 & 565 Packing and Crating for Domestic (U.S.) Shipments (per GC)
Code Grab Sample
590 Packing and Crating for Domestic (U.S.) Shipments (per GC)
NG No Grab Sample
570 & 565 Packing and Crating for Export Shipments (per GC)
GI Grab Sample Introduce
590 Packing and Crating for Export Shipments (per GC)
GT Grab Sample Take
Other options available:
XX Special (consult factory)
Tropicalization (Recommended for salt laden, corrosive environments)
Code Application Software
Tagging, Standard Stainless Steel (each)
S Std. GPA 2172/GPA2145
Tagging, Special (per customeer specifications) (each)
I ISO 6976:1995
Extra 2350A Controller Manual (One included per GC)
X Special Application
Extra Danalyzer Gas Chromatograph Oper. Manual (One included per GC)
* Users need to ensure the sample remains above the hydrocarbon dew point, and rich gas applications may require sample system heating.
Heated Sample Conditioning Systems may be ordered seperately (consult factory).
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Product Datasheet
DAN-PDS-GC-500
May 2010
Application Data Sheet
Every Model 500 Gas Chromatograph is custom built
for the specific application requested. To request a free
quotation, simply fill out the information below and send
it to your world area contact information located on the
back of this datasheet.
name:
______________________________________
Title:
______________________________________
Your reference #: __________________________________
Company:
Project name:
Address:
Process Unit: _____________________________________
Stream name(s):
Hazardous Area Classification:
Phone #:
Fax #:
Email:
Stream Composition Units
Stream 1
Min
normal
_____________________
Stream 2
Max
Measure
Min
normal
Max
Measure
(For more than two streams, make copies of this page)
Stream
Stream
Stream
Stream
Stream 1
__________
__________
__________
Temperature:
Pressure:
Phase (vapor / liquid)
Contaminants:
Stream 2
__________
__________
__________
Distance to GC from Sample Point:
Mounting:
Wall ( )
Data Communication:
Analyzer network:
Other Options:
Stand ( )
Analog Output ( )
Ethernet ( )
Carrier Gas ( )
CSA Version ( )
Special Instructions:
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Pipe ( )
Controller: Explosion-Proof ( )
Modbus ( )
rS-485 Multi-Drop ( )
Calibration Gas ( )
Tropicalization ( )
OPC ( )
Power:
Start-Up ( )
19" rack-Mount ( )
Printer ( )
Modem ( )
110 VAC ( )
230 VAC ( )
Training Class ( )
Product Datasheet
DAN-PDS-GC-500
May 2010
MODEL 500 SPECIFICATIOnS
Streams: Up to 12 streams
Power: 115 VAC ±15%, 220 VAC 15%, 50/60 HZ100 watts
running, 350 watts start-up
Environment: -18° to 55°C (0° to 130°F)
Chromatograph Control Electronics: Mounted with the gas
chromatograph in explosion-proof housing or remotely in 19”
rack-mounting
Analog Inputs: Four inputs filtered with transient protection
(note that the 4 inputs will be used by the second TCD)
Dimensions (without sample system):
164cm H x 51cm W x 53.5cm D
(64.5” H x 20” W x 21” D)
Analog Outputs: Two outputs standard (up to 10 optional), 4
- 20 mA, non-isolated
Mounting: Free-standing (standard)
wall-mount (optional)
Approximate Weight (without sample system):
approx. 36 kg. (79 lbs.)
Area Safety Certification Options (hardware dependant)
Standard: Designed to meet UL Class 1, Div. 1, Groups C, D
(Group B with optional air purge)
Optional CSA nrTL/C Certified: Class I, Div. 1, Groups C, D,
T3B
Optional ATEX Certified: EEx d IIB T4amb = 60°C CE marked
per ATEX Directive (94/9/EC)
Oven: Airless heat sink, maximum 85°C (185°F)
Valves: 6-port and 10-port diaphragm chromatograph valves.
Other types of valves may be used depending on the
application such as liquid injection and rotary valves
Serial Communication Ports: Three serial ports standard with
option for a total of eight. Depending on the port, choice of
RS- 232, RS-422 and RS-485 is available as well as the
Modbus protocol
Digital Inputs: One gas chromatograph alarm and five user
assignable inputs, optically isolated with transient protection
Digital Outputs: Five digital outputs can be used for alarms,
optically isolated with transient protection
Parallel Printer Port: One parallel port available for printed
reports
Internal Modem (optional): Field-configurable; 300 to 19.2k
baud
Transient Protection: C.E. tested and certified to the highest
levels (3 and 4) of the European IEC 801 STD
Carrier Gas: Application dependent. Typically zero-grade
helium, nitrogen or hydrogen at 90 psig
Detector: Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD); up to two
depending on application; Flame Photometric Detector
(FPD) available (see FPD Module Data Sheet)
Gating Options: Fixed-Time, Slope and Automatic gating of
peaks
ENCLOSURE REMOVAL
CLEARANCE (TYP.)
ENCLOSURE
REMOVAL
CLEARANCE
DOOR SWING
CLEARANCE
ENCLOSURE
REMOVAL
CLEARANCE
16.0
DOOR SWING
CLEARANCE
16.0
15.0
15.0
15.0
15.0
66.0
56.0
2350A
CONTROLLER
AUTO / MANUAL
PERMISSIVE POWER
ALARM STATUS
1
ABC
2
DEF
3
GHI
4
5
6
JKL
MNO
PQR
7
ALT.
STU
8
VWX
9
YZ
ESC
INCR
.
-
MODEL
500
G.C.
#1
MODEL
500
G.C.
#2
NEXT
DECR
BKSP
DEL
0
:# %
AIR IN 1/4"
(SET TO 5 PSIG)
43.0
ENTER
SPACE
DO NOT OPEN
WHILE EXPLOSIVE
MIXTURE IS PRESENT
41.5
34.5
64.5
SAMPLE
SYSTEM
PLATE
0.0
12.0
16.0
FRONT VIEW
48.0
7.0
21.0
0.0
21.0
LEFT SIDE VIEW
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
Model 500 Single Oven Dimensional Drawing
LEFT SIDE VIEW
50.75
3.0
FRONT VIEW
FRONT VIEW
Model 500 Dual Oven Dimensional Drawing
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DAN-PDS-GC-500
May 2010
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