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Operator Manual
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Percent Oxygen Analyzer
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PREFACE...........................................................................................................................................P-1
Definitions ...........................................................................................................................................P-1
Safety Summary .................................................................................................................................P-2
Documentation....................................................................................................................................P-5
Compliances .......................................................................................................................................P-5
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DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS..............................................................................1-1
Overview................................................................................................................................1-1
Principle of Measurement......................................................................................................1-1
Sensors..................................................................................................................................1-1
Conditions Affecting Measurement .......................................................................................1-2
a. Gas Composition.............................................................................................................1-2
b. Sample and Cal Gas Pressures......................................................................................1-2
c. Environmental Factors ....................................................................................................1-2
Features.................................................................................................................................1-3
Specifications ........................................................................................................................1-4
a. Performance....................................................................................................................1-4
b. Physical...........................................................................................................................1-4
c. Electrical..........................................................................................................................1-5
d. Sensors ...........................................................................................................................1-5
INSTALLATION ....................................................................................................................2-1
Unpacking..............................................................................................................................2-1
Storage ..................................................................................................................................2-1
Analyzer Installation ..............................................................................................................2-1
Sensor Installation .................................................................................................................2-1
a. Analyzer/Sensor Jumper Configuration ..........................................................................2-1
Electrical Connections ...........................................................................................................2-3
a. Sensor Cable ..................................................................................................................2-4
b. Power Connections .........................................................................................................2-4
c. Current Output Connections ...........................................................................................2-6
d. Voltage Output Connections ...........................................................................................2-6
Relay Contacts for Alarms or ON/OFF-Controls ...................................................................2-8
OPERATION .........................................................................................................................3-1
Overview................................................................................................................................3-1
Keypad Operation..................................................................................................................3-1
a. Single and Double Keystroke..........................................................................................3-3
b. Display Prompts ..............................................................................................................3-4
c. Error Messages...............................................................................................................3-6
d. Automatic Return to RUN Mode .....................................................................................3-7
e. Preventing Unauthorized Access....................................................................................3-7
f. Sensor Equilibrium ..........................................................................................................3-7
Start-Up .................................................................................................................................3-8
a. Initial Power-Up...............................................................................................................3-8
b. System Restart................................................................................................................3-9
c. Automatic Restart - Due to Power Failure ......................................................................3-9
d. Manual Restart................................................................................................................3-9
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Run Mode ..............................................................................................................................3-10
a. Display Oxygen Concentration/Sensor Temperature .....................................................3-10
b. Acknowledge Alarms ......................................................................................................3-10
c. Access Other Modes.......................................................................................................3-10
Setup Mode ...........................................................................................................................3-11
a. Security Code..................................................................................................................3-13
b. Current Output Range - 0-20mA or 4-20mA................................................................3-13
c. Range Endpoint Adjustments .........................................................................................3-13
d. Zero Offset Adjustment ...................................................................................................3-15
Alarm Mode vs. ON/OFF-Control Mode ................................................................................3-16
a. Relay Configured as Alarm .............................................................................................3-16
b. Relay Configured as ON/OFF-Controller ........................................................................3-16
c. Relay Contacts................................................................................................................3-18
d. Fail Safe Operation .........................................................................................................3-18
e. Relay Reset Upon Fatal Error.........................................................................................3-18
f. Pressure Effects on Alarms ............................................................................................3-18
g. Setting Alarm and ON/OFF-Controller Relays................................................................3-18
h. Setting Alarm Setpoints ..................................................................................................3-18
i. Setting Alarm ON and OFF Levels .................................................................................3-19
CALIBRATION AND ADJUSTMENTS.................................................................................4-1
Frequency of Calibration .......................................................................................................4-1
Calibration mode ...................................................................................................................4-1
a. Zero Calibration...............................................................................................................4-1
b. Span Calibration..............................................................................................................4-1
c. Pressure Compensation - Correction for Constant Pressure Differences ......................4-4
Hold Mode .............................................................................................................................4-5
Diagnostics Mode ..................................................................................................................4-8
a. Raw Sensor Voltage .......................................................................................................4-8
b. Test Current Output ........................................................................................................4-8
c. Linearizing Current Output..............................................................................................4-8
d. Test Alarm Relays...........................................................................................................4-10
Adjustments And Settings .....................................................................................................4-10
THEORY................................................................................................................................5-1
Principles Of Operation .........................................................................................................5-1
a. Electrochemical Theory ..................................................................................................5-1
Effects of Sample Conditions ................................................................................................5-1
a. Barometric Pressure .......................................................................................................5-1
b. Humidity ..........................................................................................................................5-1
c. Sample Temperature ......................................................................................................5-1
d. Interfering Gases.............................................................................................................5-2
Circuit Descriptions................................................................................................................5-2
a. Signal Board....................................................................................................................5-2
b. Power Supply Board .......................................................................................................5-2
c. Microprocessor Board .....................................................................................................5-2
d. Alarm Circuits..................................................................................................................5-2
ROUTINE SERVICING AND TROUBLESHOOTING ...........................................................6-1
Routine Servicing ..................................................................................................................6-1
Troubleshooting.....................................................................................................................6-1
a. Symptoms .......................................................................................................................6-1
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REPLACEMENT PARTS ......................................................................................................7-1
Circuit Board Replacement Policy.........................................................................................7-1
Matrix .....................................................................................................................................7-1
Replacement Parts - Model 7003M.......................................................................................7-2
Replacement Parts - Sensors................................................................................................7-3
a. Rechargeable Sensors ...................................................................................................7-3
b. Disposable Sensors ........................................................................................................7-4
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RETURN OF MATERIAL ......................................................................................................8-1
Return Of Material .................................................................................................................8-1
Customer Service ..................................................................................................................8-1
Training..................................................................................................................................8-1
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Figure 2-1.
Figure 2-2.
Figure 2-3.
Figure 2-4.
Figure 3-1.
Figure 3-2.
Figure 3-3.
Figure 3-4.
Figure 3-5.
Figure 3-6.
Figure 4-1.
Figure 4-2.
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Sensor Ordering Matrix.......................................................................................... 2-2
Model 7003M Rear Panel Connections................................................................. 2-3
Power Jumpers and Fuses .................................................................................... 2-5
Current Output Connections .................................................................................. 2-7
Model 7003M Front Panel Controls and Indicators ............................................... 3-1
Model 7003M Operation Flow Diagram................................................................. 3-2
SETUP Mode Flowchart ...................................................................................... 3-12
Security Access Routine Flowchart ..................................................................... 3-14
ALARM Mode Flowchart...................................................................................... 3-17
Action of Alarm Relay ON and OFF Setpoints .................................................... 3-19
CALIBRATION Mode and PRESSURE COMPENSATION Flowchart.................. 4-3
HOLD and DIAGNOSTICS Modes Flowchart ....................................................... 4-7
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LIST OF TABLES
Table 2-1.
Table 2-2.
Table 3-1.
Table 3-2.
Table 3-3.
Table 3-4.
Table 3-5.
Table 3-6.
Table 3-7.
Table 3-8.
Table 3-9.
Table 3-10.
Table 3-11.
Table 3-12.
Table 3-13.
Table 3-14.
Table 3-15.
Table 3-16.
Table 3-17.
Table 3-18.
Table 4-1.
Table 4-2.
Table 4-3.
Table 4-4.
Table 4-5.
Table 4-6.
Table 4-7.
Table 4-8.
Sensor Cables ....................................................................................................... 2-4
Analyzer Cable Connections ................................................................................. 2-4
Key Functions ........................................................................................................ 3-3
Display Indicators .................................................................................................. 3-3
Security Access Prompts and Responses............................................................. 3-4
Alarm Settings Prompts and Responses............................................................... 3-4
Calibration Prompts and Responses ..................................................................... 3-4
System Setup Prompts and Responses................................................................ 3-4
System Hold and Diagnostics Codes .................................................................... 3-5
Data Displayed in DIAGNOSTICS Mode............................................................... 3-5
Miscellaneous Prompts and Responses ............................................................... 3-5
Power ON, Reset Diagnostics Errors (Fatal Errors ............................................... 3-6
RUN Mode Errors (Non-Fatal Errors ..................................................................... 3-6
Signal Board Errors ............................................................................................... 3-6
Microprocessor Errors That Reset The System .................................................... 3-6
Default Settings at Power-Up ................................................................................ 3-8
RUN Mode Key Functions ................................................................................... 3-10
SETUP Mode Key Functions .............................................................................. 3-11
ALARM Mode Key Functions.............................................................................. 3-16
Alarm Relay Contact Positions/Terminal Locations............................................. 3-18
CALIBRATION Mode Key Functions........................................................................1
Composition of Dry Atmospheric Air...................................................................... 4-2
Composition of Humid Atmospheric Air................................................................. 4-2
Barometric Pressure Effect on Apparent Oxygen Concentration ..............................4
PRESSURE COMPENSATION Mode Key Functions..............................................4
HOLD Mode Key Functions ......................................................................................5
Caret Readings ...................................................................................................... 4-6
DIAGNOSTICS Mode Key Functions ................................................................... 4-8
LIST OF DRAWINGS
652542 Outline and Mounting – Panel Mount
652543 Outline and Mounting – Wall Mount
652544 Outline and Mounting – Pipe Mount
652682 Pictorial Wiring Diagram
652683 Interconnect Diagram
652699 Installation Drawing
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PREFACE
The purpose of this manual is to provide information concerning the components,
functions, installation and maintenance of the Model 7003M Percent Oxygen Analyzer
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 DANGERS, WARNINGS, CAUTIONS and NOTES found throughout
this publication.
DANGER .
Highlights the presence of a hazard which will cause severe personal injury, death, or substantial
property damage if the warning is ignored.
WARNING .
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.
CAUTION.
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.
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SAFETY SUMMARY
If this equipment is used in a manner not specified in these instructions, protective systems may be
impaired.
AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL
To avoid explosion, loss of life, personal injury and damage to this equipment and on-site property,
all personnel authorized to install, operate and service the this equipment should be thoroughly
familiar with and strictly follow the instructions in this manual. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
DANGER.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Do not operate without doors and covers secure. Servicing requires access to live parts which can
cause death or serious injury. Refer servicing to qualified personnel.
For safety and proper performance this instrument must be connected to a properly grounded
three-wire source of power.
Relay contacts wired to separate power sources must be disconnected before servicing.
This instrument was shipped from the factory set up to operate on either 115 VAC 50/60 Hz, or 230
VAC 50/60 Hz, as specified by sales order. Verification that this voltage is proper for the installation
is the responsibility of the purchaser. See Section 2-5b on page 2-4.
WARNING .
OXYGEN LEVEL WILL NOT BE MONITORED
The instrument will not return automatically to the RUN mode from HOLD or DIAGNOSTICS modes.
Operator must manually return instrument to RUN mode to continue monitoring oxygen.
WARNING.
ERRONEOUS OXYGEN READINGS
If the pressure compensation function is not applied correctly, erroneous readings can be displayed. The display using span gas during calibration should be the same as the reading using the
same gas in RUN mode if the pressure values are correctly entered.
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WARNING.
PARTS INTEGRITY
Tampering or unauthorized substitution of components may adversely affect safety of this product.
Use only factory documented components for repair
WARNING.
SENSOR NOT INTRINSICALLY SAFE
The oxygen sensors used with this analyzer are not intrinsically safe. Use of the sensors in or near
flammable liquids, gases or vapors or in Class I, Division 1, Hazardous Locations should be carefully evaluated by qualified personnel at the site and is entirely the responsibility of the user.
The sensor is approved as non-incendive for use in Class I, Division 2 locations.
CAUTION .
HIGH PRESSURE GAS CYLINDERS
This module requires periodic use of pressurized gas. See General Precautions for Handling and
Storing High Pressure Gas Cylinders, page P-4
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GENERAL PRECAUTIONS FOR HANDLING AND STORING HIGH
PRESSURE GAS CYLINDERS
Edited from selected paragraphs of the Compressed Gas Association's "Handbook of Compressed
Gases" published in 1981
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Arlington, Virginia 22202
Used by Permission
1. Never drop cylinders or permit them to strike each other violently.
2. Cylinders may be stored in the open, but in such cases, should be protected against extremes of weather
and, to prevent rusting, from the dampness of the ground. Cylinders should be stored in the shade when located in areas where extreme temperatures are prevalent.
3. The valve protection cap should be left on each cylinder until it has been secured against a wall or bench, or
placed in a cylinder stand, and is ready to be used.
4. Avoid dragging, rolling, or sliding cylinders, even for a short distance; they should be moved by using a suitable hand-truck.
5. Never tamper with safety devices in valves or cylinders.
6. Do not store full and empty cylinders together. Serious suckback can occur when an empty cylinder is attached to a pressurized system.
7. No part of cylinder should be subjected to a temperature higher than 125°F (52°C). A flame should never be
permitted to come in contact with any part of a compressed gas cylinder.
8. Do not place cylinders where they may become part of an electric circuit. When electric arc welding, precautions must be taken to prevent striking an arc against the cylinder.
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DOCUMENTATION
The following Model 7003M instruction materials are available.
local representative to order.
Contact Customer Service Center or the
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COMPLIANCES
The Model 7003M Percent Oxygen Analyzer and Models 4000 and 5000 series sensors are suitable for
use in Class I, Groups A, B, C, and D, Division 2 locations per North American electrical codes. Factory
Mutual Research (FM) approved under J.I. 1T5AO.AX. Canadian Standards Association (CSA) certified
under file LR 93812.
FM
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SECTION 1
DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
1-1 OVERVIEW
The Model 7003M Percent Oxygen Analyzer
continuously monitors the concentration of
oxygen in a gaseous sample. It consists of a
sensor and the analyzer. The sensor is
housed in a chamber assembly and is
connected to the analyzer by a shielded multiconductor cable.
output, automatic temperature compensation
circuitry, and dual relay contact closures for
alarms or ON/OFF control devices as
standard features. The alarm ranges can be
selected independently from the output range,
eliminating the need to readjust alarm
setpoints if the range is changed.
The analyzer has six modes of operation:
The Model 7003M Percent Oxygen Analyzer
provides direct digital readout, isolated current
MODE
RUN (see Section 3-4 on page 3-10)
SETUP (see Section 3-5 on page 3-11)
ALARM/CONTROL (see Section 3-6 on page 3-16)
CALIBRATION (see Section 4-2 on page 4-1)
HOLD (see Section 4-3 on page 4-5)
DIAGNOSTICS (see Section 4-4 on page 4-8)
The Model 7003M Percent Oxygen Analyzer
is housed in a NEMA 4X (CSA enclosure 4),
corrosion resistant housing suitable for panel,
pipe or wall mounting.
The analyzer has a microprocessor controlled
keyboard for operation. Signals from the
remote oxygen and temperature sensors are
processed to compute real time oxygen
concentration corrected for temperature,
constant pressure differences and residual
sensor current. The oxygen concentration is
compared with user-set alarm parameters,
and also generates an isolated 4 to 20 or 0 to
20mA signal. Data is stored in a memory
circuit that retains the data in case power is
removed.
The analyzer is shipped from the factory
configured for operation on either 115 VAC or
230 VAC, 50/60 Hz as specified by the
customer when ordered.
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FUNCTION
Normal monitoring
Changing parameters
Set alarms or ON/OFF controllers
Gas calibration/pressure inputs
Retain last output value
Electronics checks
1-2 PRINCIPLE OF MEASUREMENT
Measurement is based on the electrochemical reaction between oxygen and the
sensor cathode which produces a low level
electrical current. The sensor signal is
proportional to the partial pressure of oxygen
present at the membrane. This signal and a
thermistor signal are received by the analyzer
and processed by the electronics to output a
calibrated oxygen signal that is compensated
for temperature.
1-3 SENSORS
Rosemount Analytical offers rechargeable and
disposable oxygen sensors which can be
used with the Model 7003M. These sensors
are supplied in kits: Submersion, in-line flow,
fast response, and a cell separation kit.
Sensors are available constructed of
polypropylene or Ryton. See Section 74REPLACEMENT PARTS - SENSORS on
page 7-3, for additional information.
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1-4 CONDITIONS AFFECTING MEASUREMENT
b.
Sample and Cal Gas Pressures
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Composition of the sampled gas
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Sample and calibration gas pressures
The sample and calibration gases may be
at different pressures as long as the
pressure of each remains constant. Any
variation in the pressure of either gas will
result in an incorrect output reading of the
same proportion.
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Environment of sensor, cable and
analyzer
Two methods of sample calibration are
recommended:
Oxygen measurement is affected by the
following:
1. Calibrate at the sample pressure, or
Each must be considered when calibrating
and operating the analyzer to obtain accurate
measurements.
a.
2. Calibrated at a different pressure, and
enter the two pressure in the analyzer
(Section 4-2c on page 4-4)
Gas Composition
Any substance in the sample that
significantly interferes or "poisons" the
sensor oxygen reading should be
removed by a chemical and/or
mechanical sample handling system (see
Section 5-2 on page 5-1). If ambient air is
not used as the span gas, the
composition of calibration gases should
also be representative of the sample.
The sample and calibration gases must
meet certain specifications (see
Specifications in Preface) to ensure
accurate measurement. Physical
parameters that affect measurement
include:
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Pressure
•
Humidity
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Temperature
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Gas composition
Refer to Section 5-2 on page 5-1 for a
more detailed discussion of the
relationship between gas pressures and
apparent oxygen concentration.
c.
Environmental Factors
If radio frequency interference (RFI)
normally occurs in the operating
environment, the sensor cable should be
electrically shielded during installation.
Also refer to Section 5-2 on page 5-1 for
additional information about how gas
conditions affect the oxygen
measurement.
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1-5 FEATURES
NOTE:
Suppressed Ranges
When setting the Model 7003M to a
suppressed output range (15 to 25%, etc.),
note that the absolute accuracy, drift, and
noise of the oxygen measurement will remain
the same for all ranges (see Specifications in
Preface).
ALARM Mode
ALARM Mode is not self-resetting. Operator
must press ACK to bring relays back to their
no-alarm state. Used when immediate
operator action is required.
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Operator Can Bypass Alarm Relays
When relays are set to ALARM Mode (Section 3-6a on page 3-16) and an alarm condition has occurred, pressing the ACK key
will turn off the relay switch, whether the
oxygen level is out of range or not. If you
do not want an operator to be able to bypass the relay switches in this way, set the
instrument to ON/OFF -CONTROL Mode.
ON/OFF-Controller Mode
ON/OFF-CONTROLLER Mode is selfresetting. Pressing ACK has no effect on
relay coils. Used when automated action is
required.
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1-6 SPECIFICATIONS
a.
Performance
Accuracy........................................ ±0.25% oxygen
Operating Range ........................... 0 to 25% oxygen (endpoints set by user)
Linearity ......................................... ±0.25% oxygen
(with constant sample temperature after sensor zero offset correction)
Zero Stability.................................. ±0.25% oxygen/week at 25°C
Span Stability................................. ±0.25% oxygen/24 hours at 25°C
Noise ............................................. ±0.25% oxygen
Response Time ............................. 90% of reading in 20 seconds at 25°C
Temperature Effects
32 to 110°F (0 to 44°C) ......... ±6% reading
60 to 90°F (15 to 32°C) ......... ±3% reading
other 30°F (16°C) ranges ...... +4% reading
b.
Physical
Mounting
Standard ................................ Panel Mount
Optional ................................. Wall Mount, Pipe Mount
Dimensions.................................... 5.7 x 5.7 x 7.6 inches (14 x 14 x 19 cm) HxWxD
Weight ........................................... Approximately 3.0 pounds (1.36 kg)
Enclosure....................................... ABS Plastic, Black, NEMA Type 4X, IP65
Ambient Humidity .......................... 95% relative humidity, non-condensing (maximum)
Ambient Temperature.................... 14 to 122°F (-10 to 50°C)
Sensor Cable................................. 2 twisted pairs, specified length up to 1000 feet (305 m) maximum
Power Cable .................................. 3 conductor, Type SJT, 18 AWG minimum
Connection Conduit
Power..................................... 1/2 inch
Sensor ................................... 3/4 inch
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c.
Electrical
Power Requirements..................... 115/230 VAC ±10%, 50/60 Hz ±3 Hz
Display........................................... 3-1/2 digit liquid crystal (LCD)
Signal Output................................. Isolated 4 to 20 or 0 to 20 mA (selectable)
600 ohms maximum load
Alarm Relay Contacts.................... Two Form C Relays
SPDT, resistive load, independently adjustable
Deadband adjustable over full range
Alarm Relay Contacts Ratings
General Purpose (Ordinary) Locations:
115 VAC, 3.0 A (resistive), 230 VAC, 1.5 A resistive
Class I, Division 2 Locations:
CSA: 120 VAC, 3.0 A (non-inductive)
240 VAC, 1.5 A (non-inductive).
FM: 28 VDC (resistive) (Ci = 0, Li = 0)
Groups A&B: 150 mA
Group C: 400 mA
Group D: 540 mA
Recorder Output ............................ Isolated 4 to 20 mA
d.
Sensors
Types............................................. Rechargeable and Disposable
Process Connections .................... Refer to flow chamber (if supplied)
Sample Pressure ........................... 0 to 50 psig (0 to 345 kPa)
Sample Temperature..................... 32 to 110°F (0 to 44°C)
Ambient Temperature.................... 32 to 110°F (0 to 44°C)
Ambient Humidity .......................... 95% relative humidity, non-condensing (maximum)
Also refer to instructions supplied with sensor.
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SECTION 2
INSTALLATION
2-4 SENSOR INSTALLATION
2-1 UNPACKING
Carefully examine the shipping carton and
contents for signs of damage. Immediately
notify the shipping carrier if the carton or
contents is damaged. Retain the carton and
packing material until all components
associated with the Model 7003M Percent
Oxygen Analyzer are operational.
2-2 STORAGE
The sensors and analyzer unit may be
shipped together or separately. The sensors
are shipped assembly and charged, ready for
use.
If rechargeable sensors are stored longer than
six months, they may need to be recharged or
rejuvenated if performance is marginal.
Disposable sensors are not rechargeable.
Refer to documentation supplied with sensors
for more information.
2-3 ANALYZER INSTALLATION
The Model 7003M Percent Oxygen Analyzer
is designed to meet NEMA Type 4X (CSA
enclosure 4) requirements, provided that the
cutouts in the bottom of the enclosure are
fitted with approved conduit fittings or are
properly sealed by the user with Hoffman
plugs (PN A-S050) or equivalent.
The Model 7003M is supplied with the Panel
Mounting Kit PN 652527 as standard.
Optional Wall Mount Kit PN 652539 and Pipe
Mount Kit PN 652529 are available. Refer to
the Outline and Mounting drawings provided
in the rear of this manual.
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NOTE:
Refer to Figure 2-1 Sensor Ordering Matrix
on page 2-2, and verify that the sensor to
be used corresponds with the application.
If an incorrect sensor is used, calibration
may be impossible or incorrect. If a different type of sensor is to be used, the rocker
switch (SW1) on the Signal Board may
have to be changed (see Section 2-4a
below).
Install the sensor in an area where
temperature is relatively constant, taking care
to avoid changes in exposure to sunlight or
due to sudden drafts. A room-temperature
environment is preferable. The flow
chamber/sensor kit contains detailed
mounting and sample flow information. Add
distilled or deionized water to the sensor to
the maximum level indication on the sensor
reservoir. Let sensor stand for approximately
15 minutes and check for leaks around the
base of the reservoir, and at the seams and
corners. If a leak is found, contact the factory
before proceeding. Drain the sensor.
a.
Analyzer/Sensor Jumper Configuration
The Model 7003M is configured to match
the type of sensor ordered with the
analyzer. If the Signal Board or Sensor is
repaired or replaced, verify rocker switch
SW1 on the Signal Board is properly set.
Rechargeable Sensor: Close
positions 1, 4, and 5
Disposable Sensor: Close positions
2, 4, and 6
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4000 Rechargeable Sensor
5000 Disposable Sensor
1 Polypropylene
2 Ryton (rechargeable only)
9 Special (consult factory)
1
2
3
9
4
Position →
0 0 0
1
3
1 2 3 4
5
6
Submersion
In-Line Flow
Fast Response (rechargeable only)
Special (consult factory)
Positions 1 through 4 = Sensor Type
Position 5 = Material of Construction (Sensor and Flow Assembly)
Position 6 = Flow Assembly Configuration
Example 400013 is a Rechargeable sensor, constructed of polypropylene, mounted in a
Fast-Response Flow Chamber Assembly.
Figure 2-1. Sensor Ordering Matrix
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2-5 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
WARNING
Observe all precautions stated in this manual
and in the drawings provided at the back of
this manual before installation.
All electrical connections to the analyzer are
made on the Power Supply Board connection
panel (see Figure 2-2 below and drawing
652683), which is accessed by removing the
rear cover.
ENCLOSURE INTEGRITY
Unused cable conduit entries must be securely sealed by non-flammable closures
to provide enclosure integrity in compliance with personnel safety and environmental protection requirements. For
watertight installation conforming to the
requirements of NEMA Type 4X, use
Hoffman plugs (PN A-S050) or equivalent
to seal any unused openings.
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Do not operate without rear cover secured.
Servicing requires access to live parts
which can cause death or serious injury.
Refer servicing to qualified personnel.
For safety and proper performance this instrument must be connected to a properly
grounded three-wire source of power.
Provide three separate 1/2 inch conduits as
follows:
•
Power cable
•
Sensor cable
•
Alarm cables
Electrical installation must be made in accordance with the National Electrical Code
(ANSI/NFPA-70) and/or any applicable national or local codes.
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
+12V
-12V
ANODE
TEMP SENSE
NC
NC
EPOL
ALARM CONTACT RATING:
3A 120 VAC
GND
1.5A 240 VAC
Tx
3A 30 VDC
Rx
RET
AC POWER
COM
FUSE RATING:
AL 1
115V: 1/4A
NC
250V
NO
230V: 1/8A
COM
250V
AL 2 HOT NEUT GND
NC
L1
L2
NO
ISO GND
ISO CURISO CUR+
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Sensor Cable
Connect Sensor Cable
The sensor cable used with the Model
7003M may be of any length up to a
maximum of 1000 feet (305 m). (See
Table 2-1 below.)
1. Ensure that power is disconnected
and remove rear cover.
2. Install the conduit or cable clamp in
the left opening in the bottom rear of
the case.
The signal cable should be routed through
a conduit (customer-supplied) in
permanent installations or in cases where
the sensor is located more than a few feet
from the control unit. (See Table 2-2
below.)
3. Install the sensor cable in the
instrument through the cable clamp
and tighten the nut on the plug to
create a seal around the cable.
NOTE:
4. Refer to Figure 2-2 on page 2-3.
Using a flat-blade screwdriver,
connect the wires of the sensor cable
to the TB2-1, TB2-2, TB2-5 and TB26 on the rear panel of the analyzer.
In humid environments, temperature
changes can cause moisture to condense in the conduit, resulting in signal noise and corrosion. To minimize
the effect of condensation, put desiccant (available locally) inside the conduit before sealing it.
CABLE PART
NUMBER
191748
193265SPECL
Table 2-1.
LENGTH
10 Feet (3.1 m)
Any specified length
up to 1000 Feet (305
m)
Sensor Cables
If conduit used:
1/2 inch NPT female connection on
bottom of control unit. (Conduit customer-supplied.
If no conduit used:
Use cable connector assembly (PN
856831) to provide watertight seal. Assembly includes: Aluminum inner sealing grommet for connector compression
nut.
Table 2-2. Analyzer Cable
Connections
2-4
Installation
5. Replace the rear cover if no other
connections are to be made. Do not
overtighten the cover retaining screws
to avoid stripping the threads in the
plastic case.
b.
Power Connections
Electrical power is supplied to the
analyzer via a customer-supplied three
conductor cable, type SJT, minimum 18
AWG. Refer to the installation drawing in
the rear of this manual.
Jumpers and Fuses
To verify the jumper location for the
specified power (115 or 230 VAC) or if the
analyzer is to be connected to a different
power source, refer to Figure 2-3 on page
2-5and set jumpers and fuse as follows:
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power to analyzer before continuing.
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ENCLOSURE NOT GROUNDED
1. Remove the rear cover from the
analyzer.
The non-metallic enclosure does not provide grounding between conduit connections. Use grounding-type bushing and
jumper wires.
2. Remove Power Supply Board.
3. Verify and/or set Jumpers E1, E2, E3,
and E4 per Figure 2-3 below.
Connect Power Cable
Connect power wiring to the compression
type connectors on the rear panel (Figure
2-2 on page 2-3) as follows:
4. Verify that fuse (F1) is correct for
power.
5. Re-install Power Supply Board.
1. Loosen the connector screw.
6. Replace the rear cover if no other
connections are to be made. Do not
overtighten the cover retaining screws
to avoid stripping the threads in the
plastic case.
2. Strip insulation back approximately
1/4 inch (6.35 mm), twist stranded
wires together. DO NOT tin braid
wire or the connection can work
loose.
Conduit Connections
3. Insert wire into connector about 1/4
inch (6.25 mm), ensuring that wires
do not touch any other wire or
connector.
Route the power cable through conduit
and into the central opening in the bottom
of the case. The inlet hole is sized for
standard 1/2 inch conduit fittings.
4. Tighten screw.
115 VAC
Jumpers: E1 - E2
E3 - E4
Fuse:
1/4 Amp
115 VAC
Jumpers: E2 - E4
Fuse:
1/8 Amp
Power Supply Board
F1
1/4 AMP
F1
E3 E4 E2 E1
115 VAC
E3 E4 E2 E1
1/8 AMP
230 VAC
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CAUTION
TOTAL OUTPUT RESISTANCE
Total resistance of all output devices and
associated interconnection cable must not
exceed 600 ohms.
c.
Current Output Connections
Refer to Figure 2-4 on page 2-7. Isolated
current output (0 to 20 or 4 to 20 mA) is
standard on the Model 7003M. To
convert from current output to voltage
output, see Section 2-5d below.
d.
Voltage Output Connections
Refer to Figure 2-4 on page 2-7. To
convert the voltage output to current
output see Section 0 above.
To monitor the signal output with a
voltage recorder or other voltage device,
the standard current output must be
converted into a voltage by connecting a
resistor in parallel with the output device
as follows:
1. Determine the resistor value (R)
required:
1. Disconnect power to the analyzer.
Remove rear cover.
2. Connect the shielded recorder cable
leads to the rear panel of the analyzer
(Figure 2-2 on page 2-3):
TB3-7 has no connection
TB3-8 negative (-)
TB3-9 positive (+)
3. Connect the other end of the output
cable to terminals of the output
device. Ensure that polarity is
correct. Connect the shield to a
suitable ground point.
R1 ohms = (fullscale voltage,
volts)/(0.02 amps)
2. Disconnect power; remove the rear
cover.
3. Connect resistor (1/4 watt or greater)
of value R between TB3-8 and TB3-9
(Figure 2-4 on page 2-7).
4. Connect leads of a shielded recorder
cable to the rear panel of the analyzer
(Figure 2-2 on page 2-3):
TB3-7 has no connection
TB3-8 negative (-)
TB3-9 positive (+)
NOTE:
Current output terminals are not
grounded. Ground the current loop at
some point within the circuit to minimize noise or other undesirable interactions.
4. Replace the rear cover. Do not
overtighten cover retaining screws, to
avoid stripping the threads in the
plastic case.
5. To connect recorder(s), see Figure
2-4 on page 2-7.
2-6
Installation
5. Connect other end of output cable to
terminals of output device. Ensure
that polarity is correct.
6. Replace the rear cover. Do not
overtighten cover retaining screws, to
avoid stripping the threads in the
plastic case.
7. For the low end point to be 0 volts, set
the current output range to 0 to 20mA
when setting up the instrument
(Section 3-5b on page 3-13).
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TB3
RECORDER
S
7
8
9
-
+
NEG (-)
POS (+)
RECORDER
A
S
+
7
8
9
ONE RECORDER
RECORDER
B
S
+
MULTIPLE
RECORDERS
NEG (-)
POS (+)
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2-6 RELAY CONTACTS FOR ALARMS OR
ON/OFF-CONTROLS
Connecting Devices to Relay Contacts
WARNING
RELAY CONTACTS
NOTE:
Whenever "Alarm" is used, it refers to
either alarm or ON/OFF Control, depending on how the relays are connected and configured by the
customer.
Ratings
Two sets of alarm relay contacts are
provided for actuation of customersupplied alarm and/or ON/OFF-Control
functions. (see Section 1-6 specifications
on page 1-4).
Relay contacts wired to separate power
source must be disconnected before
servicing.
Connect alarm or ON/OFF-Control
devices to the relay contacts as follows:
1. Disconnect power; remove rear cover
of analyzer.
2. Connect leads from the external
alarm or ON/OFF Control system
(see Figure 2-2 on page 2-3).
Power Failure
TB3-1
TB3-2
TB3-3
TB3-4
TB3-5
TB3-6
Removal of AC power from the analyzer,
as in a power failure, removes power from
both relay coils. The Model 7003M
should operate on a different AC power
source than the Alarm relay contacts.
Radio Frequency Interference (RFI)
If alarm contacts are connected to any
device that causes radio frequency
interference (RFI), an arc suppressor (PN
858728) should be used to minimize RFI.
Alarm 1 Com
Alarm 1 NC
Alarm 1 NO
Alarm 2 Com
Alarm 2 NC
Alarm 2 NO
3. Connect other end of output cable to
terminals of alarm device.
4. Replace the rear cover. Do not
overtighten cover retaining screws, to
avoid stripping the threads in the
plastic case.
NOTE:
For installation in a Class I, Division 2
location, refer to the Specifications in
the Preface section, and the approval
label on the analyzer for Factory Mutual limitations on contact ratings.
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SECTION 3
OPERATION
Changing Parameters With The Keypad
3-1 OVERVIEW
All operation parameters are set with the
keypad. When the instrument is waiting for
operator input, the display will flash a digit. At
this point, if the number itself can be changed,
the operator can generally increase the
number (UP arrow) or decrease it (DOWN
arrow) at this time. An exception is when the
operator is restricted to pre-selected choices
(e.g., output current ranges, see Section 3-5b
on page 3-13).
It is recommended that the operator read the
entire manual through before first operating
the instrument.
The operator can generally operate the Model
7003M using the flow chart in Figure 3-2 on
page 3-2 after the display symbols and modes
of operation are understood.
3-2 KEYPAD OPERATION
When changing a value, an arrow key can be
pressed for a moment, and the display will
change by one digit. If it is held down, the
display will change, slowly at first, then
rapidly.
During each particular keystroke sequence,
the analyzer will recognize only certain keys.
If an unrecognized key is pressed, the
instrument will either not respond or will
display "SrY" ("Sorry") and return to RUN
Mode.
If the display has a digit flashing and will not
change, check the range of that parameter.
For example, an alarm setpoint cannot be set
higher than 25%.
Generally, to escape from any routine, press
ENTER repeatedly until the instrument returns
to the RUN Mode and the oxygen
concentration is displayed.
When the number desired is displayed, press
ENTER. The Model 7003M will accept that
number and continue with the next step of that
routine.
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ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
MODEL 7003M
DISPLAY
ACK
ALARM
1
ALARM
2
CAL
ENTER
PERCENT OXYGEN
ANALYZER
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RUN MODE
DISPLAY
Display Oxygen Temperature
DISPLAY
ACK
ACK
Reveal Security Code
Acknowledge Alarm
SETUP MODE
ALARM MODE
CALIB. MODE
HOLD MODE
CAL + ENTER
ALARM1*
CAL
+
ENTER SECURITY
CODE
ENTER SECURITY
CODE
ENTER SECURITY
CODE
ENTER SECURITY
CODE
Set New
Security
Code
Set Span
Concentration
ENTER
ACK
ACK
Disable
Alarm
Return to
RUN Mode
ALARM 1*
ENTER
Set Concentration
for Minimum
Output Current
Return to
RUN Mode
ENTER
Select
0-20 or 4-20mA
ENTER
DIAGNOSTICS
MODE
Toggle
ON/OFF
DISPLAY + ACK
PRESSURE
COMPENSATION
ROUTINE
Change "ON"
Setpoint
(0 or 4mA)
CAL
ENTER
Set Concentration
for Maximum
Output Current
DISPLAY
Select Displayed
Parameter
Set Sample
Pressure
(20mA)
ENTER
ENTER
ALARM 1*
ENTER
Toggle
ON/OFF
FLOW
ZERO GAS
Change "OFF"
Setpoint
Set Residual
Current Offset
Set Span Gas
Pressure
Change
Current
Output
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
Return to
RUN Mode
Return to
RUN Mode
Return to
RUN Mode
Return to
RUN Mode
*Press ALARM 2 to set Alarm 2.
Figure 3-2. Model 7003M Operation Flow Diagram
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presses one key at a time. Some of the
more frequently used single-key
commands are listed in Table 3-1 below.
Single and Double Keystroke
Most procedures involve a sequence of
single keystrokes by which the operator
ACK
KEY
FUNCTION
Acknowledges an alarm condition
DISPLAY
Switch between %O2 and °C
ARROW keys
Increase/Decrease displayed value
CAL
Access CALIBRATION mode
ENTER
End command sequence
ALARM1
Access ALARM 1 mode
ALARM2
Access ALARM 2 mode
CAL + ENTER
Access SETUP mode
UP + DOWN ARROW
Access HOLD mode.
DISPLAY + ACK
Access DIAGNOSTICS mode
DISPLAY + ACK
Access security ID code
Table 3-1.
INDICATOR
%O2
°C
ALARM1,2
ALARM1,2
-
CARET/STATUS
Caret ON
Caret ON
Caret OFF
Caret blinking
Caret ON
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Press once to silence alarms
Press to display °C; press again to display O2.
Output signals are not affected.
Press once to change value by one digit. Hold key
down to change value quicker.
Press to calibrate. (If security is enabled, prompts
for ID code first)
Press to enter value or to end a command sequence
Press to check, set or disable Alarm 1 or ON/OFFControl relays
Press to check, set or disable Alarm 2 or ON/OFFControl relays
From RUN mode, press CAL and ENTER keys
simultaneously.
From RUN mode, press UP ARROW and DOWN
ARROW keys simultaneously.
From HOLD mode, press DISPLAY and ACK keys
simultaneously.
From RUN mode, press DISPLAY and ACK keys
simultaneously.
Key Functions
DESCRIPTION
Oxygen percentage displayed
Sensor temperature displayed, °C
Normal condition
Alarm condition
Displays current output in mA
(DIAGNOSTICS mode only)
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Display Prompts
The Model 7003M prompts the operator
for inputs and also indicates the function
CODE
id
no
YES
DEFINITION
enter security code prompt
invalid security code entered - access denied
access granted or security code entered is correct
Table 3-3.
CODE
A-1
A-2
C-1
C-2
On
OFF
dis
Security Access Prompts and Responses
DEFINITION
setpoints for Alarm 1 - ALARM function
setpoints for Alarm 2 - ALARM function
setpoints for Alarm 1 - ON/OFF - Controller function
setpoints for Alarm 2 - ON/OFF - Controller function
value in which to initiate an Alarm Action (On-setpoint)
value in which to terminate an Alarm Action (Off-setpoint)
Alarm is now disabled
Table 3-4.
CODE
CAL
PPr
CPr
GAS
Operation
Calibration Prompts and Responses
DEFINITION
enter system setup mode
define the current output as 4-20 or 0-20 mA
% concentration that 0/4 mA represents (calibration low)
% concentration that 20 mA represents (calibration high)
Table 3-6.
3-4
Alarm Settings Prompts and Responses
DEFINITION
initiate a span calibration
enter process pressure value
enter calibration pressure value
Initiate a zero offset calibration (gas)
Table 3-5.
CODE
Set
4-0
CLo
CHi
in progress. For example, when entering
the calibration mode, the prompt "CAL" is
displayed for one second after the CAL
key is pressed. Display acronyms are
listed in Table 3-3 through Table 3-9.
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CODE
A-1
A-2
D-2
D-3
D-4
D-5
F-2
F-3
F-4
F-5
hld
OFF
On
tSt
DEFINITION
toggle ON/OFF check of relay coil for Alarm 1
toggle ON/OFF check of relay coil for Alarm 2
performing non-intrusive test Internal RAM (16#00#..16#FF#)
performing non-intrusive test on Internal RAM (16#4000#..16#5FFF)
performing non-intrusive test on EEPROM (16#B600#..16#B7FF#)
performing non-intrusive test on PROM (16#C000#..16#FFFF#)
failed D-2 test
failed D-3 test
failed D-4 test
failed D-5 test
entering system Hold
alarm relay is de-energized (normally-closed)
alarm relay is energized (normally-open)
entering on-line test diagnostics mode
Table 3-7.
CODE
caret lit
O2
Temp
minus sign
DEFINITION
displayed
sensor membrane voltage from ADC
sensor thermistor voltage from DC
milliamps sent to current output
Table 3-8.
CODE
Sry
run
Data Displayed in DIAGNOSTICS Mode
DEFINITION
invalid keypad function (Sorry)
current function completed - entering RUN Mode
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display. Table 3-10 through Table 3-13
list error codes and corrective actions.
Pressing "ACK" or "ENTER" will
acknowledge any alarm and the error
message will disappear.
Error Messages
If an error condition occurs, E-# (non-fatal
error) or F-# (fatal error) will flash on the
CODE
F-1
F-2
F-3
F-4
F-5
F-6 thru F-9
DEFINITION
Invalid PROM (16#C000#..16#FFFF#) checksum detected
Internal RAM (16#00#..16#FF#) failed testing
External RAM (16#4000#..16#5FFF) failed testing
EEPROM (16#B600#.. 16#B7FF#) bulk erase failure
Signal Board not connected
EEPROM write failure
Table 3-10. Power ON, Reset Diagnostics Errors (Fatal Errors
CODE
E-1
E-2
E-3
E-4
E-5
E-6
E-8
E-9
DEFINITION
5 volts power supply above 5.5 V
5 volts power supply below 4.5 V
12 volts power supply above 13.2 V
12 volts power supply below 10.8 V
sensor output too low for calibration
sensor missing
sample temperature is below 1°C
sample temperature is above 44°C
Table 3-11. RUN Mode Errors (Non-Fatal Errors
CODE
HI
LO
Ahi
DEFINITION
sample temperature is above 50°C
sample temperature is below 0°C
excessive sensor signal
Table 3-12. Signal Board Errors
CODE
COP
iot
E-0
DEFINITION
Computer Operating Properly error (error detected)
Invalid Op code Trap (internal computer command is invalid)
power interruption occurred
Table 3-13. Microprocessor Errors That Reset The System
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Automatic Return to RUN Mode
After the security code is entered, the
operator can change any instrument
setting and can go back and forth to the
RUN Mode without having to enter the
code again.
If no keys are pressed for five minutes,
the instrument will automatically return to
the RUN Mode, except when in Zero
Offset, HOLD, or DIAGNOSTICS Modes.
If security is enabled, and the instrument
is left in the RUN Mode for five minutes,
security will automatically be re-activated.
Within this five minute period, anyone can
access the functions without re-entering
the security code.
CAUTION
OXYGEN WILL NOT BE MONITORED
The instrument will remain in HOLD or DIAGNOSTICS Modes until the operator returns it to the RUN Mode or other
operation.
e.
Preventing Unauthorized Access
The Model 7003M is equipped with a
security feature to prevent unauthorized
tampering with the instrument settings.
The instrument is shipped from the factory
with the security feature disabled. It can
be enabled or disabled at any time.
Security access is not required to:
• Display sensor data
• Acknowledge alarms
• Reveal security code
f.
Sensor Equilibrium
When a new sensor is installed, power up
the instrument and let the sensor stabilize
for about 5 hours before calibrating it.
If the oxygen sensor is calibrated at a
relatively high oxygen concentration, such
as with ambient air (typically 20.95%) and
then is exposed to a low oxygen level, a
longer equilibrium time period may be
required for the sensor to equilibrate.
This time period depends on the
monitoring concentration level and how
long the sensor was operated at the
higher level.
Security access is required to:
• Calibrate with span gas
• Access options and diagnostics
• Change operation parameters
• Enable or disable alarms and
ON/OFF-Control
• Disable or change the security code
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ROM "Checksum" test
EEPROM Read/write test
3-3 START-UP
Before proceeding, the operator should be
familiar with the keypad and indicators
(Section 3-2 on page 3-1).
Operational checks and adjustments are not
normally required, provided that the sensor,
inter-connection cable and analyzer have
been properly installed. The analyzer
continually performs self-checking routines
during operation.
3. If an error code flashes, refer to the
error code lists in Table 3-10 through
Table 3-13. Press ACK to continue
with the startup procedure.
After internal tests are passed, the
software version is displayed for a
few seconds, and the analyzer goes
directly into RUN mode. "RUN" is
briefly displayed, then current
oxygen level.
Calibration with ambient air is recommended
after start-up and at regular intervals (see
Section 4-2 on page 4-1)
The following sections provide instructions for
initial start-up and subsequent standardization
of the analyzer.
a.
Initial Power-Up
1. Ensure that the proper sensor and
sensor cable are connected to the
analyzer.
2. Apply power to the analyzer.
The following internal tests are
performed:
Error codes E-0 (power failure) and
E-5 (not calibrated) typically occur
upon power-up.
4. Monitor the oxygen output or display
until the level stabilizes (typically 5
hours). The alarms and current
output levels can be set immediately if
desired.
5. Once the sensor has stabilized, the
analyzer is operational and is ready
for subsequent operations. Refer to
Table 3-14 below for the default
settings present upon power-up.
RAM Read/write test
Mode:
State:
Setpoints:
Mode:
Alarm 2
State:
Setpoints:
0% of scale:
Range
100% of scale:
Current Output Range
Security
Calibration:
Pressure
Process:
Residual Zero Offset
Calibration Status
Alarm 1
Alarm
Disabled
On: 0.0 Off: 0.1%
Alarm
Disabled
On: 0.0 Off: 0.1%
0% Oxygen
25% Oxygen
4-20 mA
Disabled
76.0 cm Hg
76.0 cm Hg
0
Not Calibrated
Table 3-14. Default Settings at Power-Up
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b.
System Restart
The Model 7003M will attempt to restart
itself in the event of a power interruption,
power surge or other outside interference
to microprocessor operation (Section 3-3c
below).
The analyzer can also be manually
restarted if the RAM or EEPROM
becomes corrupted (Section 3-3d below).
c.
Automatic Restart - Due to Power
Failure
If a power failure or other event occurs
that affects operation of the
microprocessor the system will attempt to
re-start itself. If it is successful, the
instrument will continue to operate
normally, except that the appropriate error
code will be displayed until the ACK
button in pressed. See Section 5-3c on
page 5-2 for circuit description.
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d.
Manual Restart
1. Turn power to analyzer OFF.
2. Wait 30 seconds, and turn the power
to the analyzer ON.
3. While the software revision is being
displayed and the self-tests are being
performed, press DISPLAY and ACK
simultaneously.
"dYn" is displayed.
4. Press ENTER to clear the RAM and
EEPROM.
The display will go blank, then continue
with the SETUP routine.
Continue with Section 3-5a on page 3-13,
step 2.
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• Display oxygen concentration and sensor
temperature
3-4 RUN MODE
Refer to Figure 3-2 on page 3-2 and Table
3-15 below. The RUN mode is the normal
mode of operation, from which the operator
can:
KEY
DISPLAY
ACK
ALARM 1
ALARM 2
UP ARROW
DOWN ARROW
CAL
ENTER
CAL + ENTER
UP + DOWN
DISPLAY + ACK
DISPLAY
Number change
Clears message
"A-1" then ON
"A-2" then ON
"SrY" "run"
"SrY" "run"
"CAL" then ON
"SrY" "run"
"SEt" then ON
"hLd" then ON
"123"
• Acknowledge alarms
• Display security code
• Access other modes
WHAT HAPPENS
Toggles between O2 reading and temperature
Acknowledges Alarms
To Alarm 1 SETUP mode
To Alarm 2 SETUP mode
Stays in RUN mode
Stays in RUN mode
To CALIBRATION mode
Stays in RUN mode
Moves to SETUP mode
Moves to HOLD mode
Shows the security code
Table 3-15. RUN Mode Key Functions
a.
Display Oxygen Concentration/Sensor
Temperature
Press DISPLAY once to display sensor
temperature. Press DISPLAY again to
display oxygen concentration.
b.
Acknowledge Alarms
If an alarm setpoint has been reached, "A1" or "A-2" will flash with a concentration
value. Acknowledging the alarm will stop
the flashing display and turn off the relay
switch.
c.
Access Other Modes
The following lists which key(s) to press to
access various modes:
SETUP
ALARM
CALIBRATION
HOLD
DIAGNOSTICS
=
=
=
=
=
CAL+ENTER
ALARM1 (or ALARM2)
CAL
UP and DOWN ARROWS
DISPLAY+ACK (from HOLD)
To Acknowledge Alarm - Press ACK
key. If relays are configured as ON/OFF
controllers, pressing the ACK key has no
effect.
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3-5 SETUP MODE
Refer to Figure 3-3 on page 3-12 and Table
3-16 below. From the SET-UP mode the
operator can:
KEY
DISPLAY
ACK
ALARM 1
ALARM 2
UP ARROW
DOWN ARROW
CAL
ENTER
DISPLAY
Nothing
"<4>-0" / "4-<0>
Nothing
Nothing
10.8 →10.9
10.9 →10.8
Nothing
various to "run"
•
Change security code
•
Set output current range (0-20mA or 420mA)
•
Set output concentration range endpoints
•
Adjust zero offset
WHAT HAPPENS
Nothing
Selects 4-20 or 0-20 mA operation
Nothing
Nothing
Changes the number displayed
Changes the number displayed
Nothing
Moves to the next step or goes to RUN mode
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CAL
Flashing
+ ENTER
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
SECURITY ACCESS ROUTINE
(see Figure 3-4)
Flashing
May not be displayed
each time.
Flashing
May not be displayed
each time.
Flashing
Flashing
Flash for 2 seconds
(Hi range output selection)
Flash for 2 seconds
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
Prompts for Security Code.
If left at 000, code will be disabled.
Use Arrow keys to set Security Code.
ACK
Select either 4-20mA or
0-20mA Output
ENTER
ENTER
Prompts for low end output.
(i.e., 0% O2 would be the low range
representing O2 level of 0 or 4mA.
Set Span output level = 20mA
ENTER
ENTER
Prompts for zero offset
Set Span output level = 20mA
ENTER
Figure 3-3. SETUP Mode Flowchart
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a.
1. Press ACK until the desired range is
flashing, press ENTER.
Security Code
Refer to Figure 3-4 on page 3-14.
2. Continue with the next SET-UP
routine, or hold ENTER key to return
instrument to RUN mode.
Reveal Current Security Code
From RUN mode, hold down DISPLAY
and ACK keys simultaneously.
Change Current Security Code
1. From RUN mode, press CAL and
Enter simultaneously.
2. SET, id are briefly displayed. Then
"000" is displayed with the right digit
flashing.
NOTE
If RUN and CAL are not press exactly
at the same time, "SRY", or "RUN" will
appear, and the analyzer will return to
RUN mode.
3. If the security code has been
disabled, skip to step 4. Use the
ARROW keys to enter the current
security code, then press ENTER.
4. If the correct code is entered, YES,
SET, id will be displayed briefly, the
code will flash. If the incorrect code is
entered the analyzer will return to
RUN mode.
5. Use the ARROW keys to set the new
security code (or "000" to disable),
press enter.
6. Continue with the next set-up routine,
or hold down ENTER until "run"
appears (the instrument is back in
RUN mode).
b.
Current Output Range - 0-20mA or 420mA
Following the last procedure, "4-0" is
displayed with either digit flashing. "4"
indicated 4-20mA (default), and "0"
indicates 0-20mA.
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Range Endpoint Adjustments
The oxygen values corresponding to
minimum and maximum output current
must be set. Default is 0% for 0 or 4mA
and 25% for 20mA. Endpoints must be
within the range of the instrument and
must be at least 1% oxygen apart.
Set Oxygen Low Concentration Endpoint
Following the last procedure, "CLo" is
displayed briefly, followed by the oxygen
concentration last stored to correspond to
minimum output current.
NOTE
If "CLo" is set to a value greater than
"CHi", "CHi" will be automatically reset
to a value 1% greater than "CLo".
Use the ARROW keys to set the low
oxygen concentration (0 to 24%), press
ENTER.
"CHi" is displayed briefly, followed by the
latest oxygen concentration stored
corresponding to maximum output
current.
Set Oxygen High Concentration Endpoint
"CHi" cannot be set to a value equal to or
less than "CLo".
Use the ARROW keys to set the high
oxygen concentration (1 to 25%), press
ENTER.
Continue with next SET-UP routine or
hold ENTER to return to RUN mode.
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RUN
HOLD Mode
SET-UP Mode
CAL
+
ENTER
ALARM
CAL
+
WAS SECURITY ID
ENTERED <5 MIN.
AGO
YES
NO
ENTER ID
OPERATOR GIVEN
ACCESS TO SELECTED MODE
ENTER
ID
CORRECT
?
YES
NO
ACCESS DENIED
Returns to
RUN mode
Figure 3-4. Security Access Routine Flowchart
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d.
Zero Offset Adjustment
Zero Offset Is Not To Be Changed
Following the last procedure, the current
zero offset value will be flashing.
Press ENTER to return analyzer to RUN
mode, and skip the remainder of this
procedure.
NOTE
When flowing zero gas over the sensor, ensure that there are no leaks and
the gas actually has zero oxygen concentration. Otherwise, significant errors will result. Zero offset adjustment
is generally not required. Errors are
more often due to incorrect zero gas
oxygen concentration than residual
current of the oxygen sensor.
The zero offset adjustment allows the
operator to compensate for any residual
sensor current. Adjustment range is 0-5%
equivalent oxygen.
Sensor Current = Current from
Oxygen + Residual Current
Zero Offset Is To Be Removed
1. Press the UP ARROW until the
maximum value is displayed.
2. Press ENTER and re-calibrate with
span gas per Section 4-2b on page 41.
Zero Offset To Be Adjusted
1. Expose the sensor to 100% oxygenfree nitrogen or other inert gas and
allow the sensor signal to stabilize (25 hours depending on sample
conditions).
2. Use the DOWN ARROW to bring the
displayed value to zero (for maximum
offset).
NOTE
Adjusting the zero offset affects the
output of the Model 7003M. Therefore,
if the zero offset is changed, the system must be re-calibrated with span
gas.
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3. Press ENTER to return to RUN mode.
4. Re-calibrate with span gas per
Section 4-2b on page 4-1.
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3-6 ALARM MODE VS. ON/OFF-CONTROL
MODE
• Select alarm or ON/OFF-Control function
for relays
Refer to Figure 3-5 on page 3-17 and Table
3-17 below. From the ALARM or ON/OFFControl Mode, the operator can:
KEY
DISPLAY
ACK
ALARM 1
ALARM 2
UP ARROW
DOWN ARROW
CAL
ENTER
DISPLAY
Nothing
"dIS"
"C-1" / "A-1"
"C-2" / "A-2"
10.8 →10.9
10.9 →10.8
Nothing
"OFF" / "run"
• Disable alarm(s)
WHAT HAPPENS
Nothing
Disables alarms
Toggles between alarm and controller mode
Toggles between alarm and controller mode
Changes alarm setpoint
Changes alarm setpoint
Nothing
Moves to the "OFF" setpoint step or goes back to RUN mode
Table 3-17. ALARM Mode Key Functions
a.
Relay Configured as Alarm
Relays are configured as alarms (ALARM
Mode) when immediate operator action is
required.
When alarms are selected, "A-1" and "A2" are displayed in the ALARM mode setup procedure.
When an alarm condition occurs, the
caret blinks, the relay activates, and the
display flashes. Press the ACK key to
acknowledge the alarm, de-energize the
relay coil and stop the alarm actions.
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b.
Relay Configured as ON/OFFController
Relays are configured as ON/OFFControllers (ON/OFF-Controller mode)
when a non-critical, non-hazardous
automated action is desired, or when it is
important that the relay output not be
bypassed by the operator.
When ON/OFF-Controllers are selected,
"C-1" and/or "C-2" is displayed in the
ALARM mode set-up procedure.
When an ON/OFF-Controller alarm
condition occurs, Alarm 1 or 2 caret blinks
and the relay coil is energized. However,
the display does not flash, and the ACK
key is inactive. Alarm conditions are
automatically reset when the sensor
indicates that an alarm condition no
longer exists.
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ALARM/CONTROLLER MODE
ALARM
1
Flashing
Note: Alarms are disabled when instrument is received.
Alarm 2 uses identical sequence.
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
SECURITY ACCESS ROUTINE
(see Figure 3-4)
Flashes Alarm
Configuration
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
OR
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
Flashes Control
Configuration
Prompts "ON" Setpoint
Displays "ON" Setpoint
To Disable Alarm
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM
1
ACK
1
Indicates Alarm
is disabled
STANDARD ALARM
Adjust Alarm ON Setpoint
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ENTER
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
Change Relay
configuration
1
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
Prompts for OFF Setpoint
Adjust Alarm OFF Setpoint
ENTER
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
1 New values/functions will not be stored until instrument returns to RUN mode with relay activated.
Figure 3-5. ALARM Mode Flowchart
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Relay Contacts
Relay contacts are listed in Table 3-18 below:
RELAY POS
NO (Normally open)
NC (Normally closed)
COM (Common)
TERMINAL LOCATIONS
ALARM1
ALARM2
TB3-3
TB3-6
TB3-2
TB3-5
TB3-1
TB3-4
Relay positions are with power removed.
Table 3-18. Alarm Relay Contact Positions/Terminal Locations
d.
Fail Safe Operation
g.
The relays are setup to operated in "Fail
Safe" configuration. In this configuration
the relay coils are powered when the unit
is NOT in an alarm condition. When an
alarm condition occurs, power is removed
from the relay coils.
If a power failure occurs, power will be
removed from the relays and an alarm
condition will be indicated to the device
connected to the relays.
e.
f.
Wherever "Alarm" is referred to in this
section, the term "ON/OFF-Controller" can
be substituted, unless specifically called
out. Also, any reference to A1 or Alarm 1
also applies to Alarm 2, and to ON/OFFControllers 1 and 2.
h.
Setting Alarm Setpoints
This procedure can be used to:
Relay Reset Upon Fatal Error
•
Verify alarm relay setpoints
If a fatal error is detected, the unit will
attempt to reset itself which will make
both relays go into alarm mode. If the
microprocessor is able to continue its
operation, the relays will then be reset to
their normal operating position.
•
Change setpoints
•
Enable alarms
•
Disable alarms
Pressure Effects on Alarms
If the sample pressure changes, the
partial pressure of oxygen, and thus the
reading, will change and the alarm relays
will not actuate at the same oxygen levels
as they were set when the interment was
last calibrated. See Section 5-2a on page
5-1 for a more detailed description of
pressure effects.
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Setting Alarm and ON/OFF-Controller
Relays
Operation
Perform the following procedure for each
Alarm setpoint, as required. Figure 3-6
illustrates how relays are energized and
de-energized in High and Low Alarm
configurations.
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i.
Setting Alarm ON and OFF Levels
To change the relay action from
ALARM to ON/OFF Control function (or
vise versa) press ALARM 1. C-1 or A-1
will flash indicating a new mode.
Refer to flowchart Figure 3-5 on page 317.
To disable ALARM 1 - Press ACK.
"DIS" will flash briefly and return to RUN
mode.
From RUN mode, press ALARM 1.
A-1, YES, A-1 (or C-1), ON flash briefly;
the alarm ON setpoint is displayed with
the right digit blinking.
To set the ON setpoint for ALARM 1 Use the ARROW keys, press ENTER.
OFF is flashed briefly, then the alarm OFF
setpoint is displayed with the right digit
flashing.
A-1 indicates relay 1 acts as an ALARM;
C-1 indicates relay one acts as an
ON/OFF-Control.
To set the OFF setpoint for ALARM 1 Use the ARROW keys, press ENTER.
The instrument displays "run" and returns
to RUN mode.
HIGH Alarm
set for 8.24% O2
ACTIVATES
DE-ACTIVATES
ALARM ON
8.24%
ON
SETPOINT
OFF SETPOINT
8.10%
OFF
TIME
LOW Alarm
set for 8.10% O2
ACTIVATES
DE-ACTIVATES
ALARM ON
OFF
8.24%
OFF SETPOINT
8.10%
SETPOINT
ON
DEADBAND
TIME
Figure 3-6. Action of Alarm Relay ON and OFF Setpoints
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SECTION 4
CALIBRATION AND ADJUSTMENTS
4-1 FREQUENCY OF CALIBRATION
4-2 CALIBRATION MODE
Refer to Figure 4-1 on page 4-3and Table
4-1 below. From the CALIBRATION Mode,
the operator can:
When a new sensor is installed, adjust the
zero offset current (Section 3-5d on page 315) and calibrate the instrument with span
gas (4-2b on page 4-1. Span the
instrument weekly at first and note the
stability. Use this information to determine
the regular calibration frequency required
by this particular application.
KEY
DISPLAY
ACK
ALARM 1
ALARM 2
UP ARROW
DOWN ARROW
CAL
ENTER
DISPLAY
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
10.8 →10.9
10.9 →10.8
"PPr"
"run"
Table 4-1.
a.
•
Enter sample and span gas pressures
CALIBRATION Mode Key Functions
Zero Calibration
2. Press CAL to enter the
CALIBRATION mode. Enter the
security code if required.
3. CAL flashes and oxygen
concentration is displayed with the
right digit flashing. Output is held
at last reading until returned to
RUN mode.
4. Use the ARROW keys to set the
instrument to the concentration of
the calibration gas. See Table 4-2
on page 4-2 and Table 4-3 on page
4-2 if using ambient air as span
gas.
Span Calibration
1. Expose the sensor to ambient air1
and let the oxygen reading and
sensor temperature stabilize.
1
Calibrate with span gas
WHAT HAPPENS
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Changes calibration factor
Changes calibration factor
Moves to pressure compensation mode
Drops back to RUN mode
Each oxygen sensor produces a
constant residual electrical current in
the absence of oxygen due to
characteristics of the sensor. Typically
this current is less that 0.1% apparent
oxygen. It is different for each sensor,
but will remain constant for the life of
that sensor. The instrument can be
zeroed by adjusting the residual current
per Section 3-5d on page 3-15 After
this procedure is performed once, the
zero should not need adjusting again
during the life of the sensor.
b.
•
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1% range, can the accuracy of the instrument be
slightly improved by using a gas of lower concentration (e.g., 1%) for calibration. If bottled air is used,
verify the oxygen concentration against National Bureau of Standards certified calibration gas. The true
oxygen concentration in cylinders is often different
from the concentration indicated on the cylinder label.
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5. Press ENTER to return to the RUN
mode.
7. If the sample gas and the
calibration gas are each at constant
pressure, continue with Section 42c on page 4-4 and enter the
pressure of each.
6. If the ratio between the
concentration value entered and
the sensor voltage is excessive, an
error message will be flashed.
Oxygen
Nitrogen
Argon
CO2
Water Vapor
Other Gases
20.946%
78.084%
0.934%
0.033%
0.000%
Balance
±0.002
±0.004
±0.004
±0.001
760 mm Hg; 0% Relative Humidity1
Table 4-2.
GAS
Oxygen
Water Vapor
Other Gases
Composition of Dry Atmospheric Air
15°C
20.641%
1.683
Balance
PERCENT COMPOSITION ( .002%) A@
20°C
25°C
30°C
20.510%
20.338%
20.115%
2.307
3.126
4.187
Balance
Balance
Balance
760 mm Hg; 100% Relative Humidity2
Table 4-3.
Composition of Humid Atmospheric Air
1
CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, R. Weast, ed., Chemical Rubber Co., Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 1987, p. F148.
2
Computed from data in CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, p. D-190.
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CALIBRATION MODE
CAL
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
SECURITY ACCESS ROUTINE
(see Figure 3-4)
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
CURRENT %O2
READING
PRESSURE COMPENSATION SEQUENCE
(i.e., CAL at atmospheric pressure, put sensor
in different process pressure.)
STANDARD CALIBRATION
PROCEDURE
ENTER
Example if
using in Air
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ENTER
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
Flash for 2 seconds
(Process Pressure)
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
Input Process Pressure in cm Hg
ENTER
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
Flash for 2 seconds
(Calibration Pressure)
Input Calibration Pressure in cm Hg
ENTER
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
Figure 4-1. CALIBRATION Mode and PRESSURE COMPENSATION Flowchart
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BAROMETRIC
PRESSURE
CM HG (IN. HG)
73 (28.7)
74 (29.1)
75 (29.5)
76 (29.9)
77 (30.3)
78 (30.7)
APPARENT O2 PARTIAL
PRESSURE
CM HG (DRY AIR)
15.3
15.5
15.7
15.8
16.1
16.3
Table 4-4.
KEY
DISPLAY
ACK
ALARM 1
ALARM 2
UP ARROW
DOWN ARROW
CAL
ENTER
DISPLAY
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
10.8 →10.9
10.9 →10.8
Nothing
"CPr" / "run"
WHAT HAPPENS
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Changes pressure value
Changes pressure value
Nothing
Moves to calibration pressure input or goes back to RUN mode
PRESSURE COMPENSATION Mode Key Functions
Pressure Compensation - Correction
for Constant Pressure Differences
Refer to Figure 4-1 on page 4-3 and
Table 4-5 above. If the sample and
calibration gases are each at constant
pressure, the following procedure should
be used to correct for the pressure
difference between them. However, the
instrument does not monitor pressure and
will not correct the output if either sample
or calibration gas pressure changes.
(See Section 5-2 on page 5-1).
1. From RUN mode, press CAL.
2. CAL, YES, CAL flash briefly, then the
oxygen concentration is displayed
with the right digit flashing.
3. Press CAL again.
1
20.24%
20.52
20.80
20.95
21.36
21.63
Barometric Pressure Effect on Apparent Oxygen Concentration
Table 4-5.
c.
O2 CONCENTRATION WITH
NO PRESSURE CORRECTION1
4. PPr flashes, then previous sample
pressure setting is displayed with right
digit flashing (76.0 cm Hg is default).
5. Use ARROW keys to enter sample
pressure.
6. Press ENTER to accept the value.
7. CPr flashes, then previous span gas
pressure setting is displayed with right
digit flashing (76.0 cm Hg is default).
8. Use the ARROW keys to enter
pressure of the calibration gas to be
used. If the sample and calibration
gas will always be at the same
pressure, set PPr and CPr at the
same value.
9. Press ENTER to accept the value.
Instrument returns to RUN mode.
Computed using 20.946% oxygen at 760 m.
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4-3 HOLD MODE
Refer to Figure 4-2 on page 4-7 and Table 4-6
below. In the HOLD mode:
•
•
The last measured value is displayed
•
The last output value remains at the
isolated current output connections
•
Alarms and ON/OFF-Controllers are held
in their last state
•
No keys are recognized except entry to
the diagnostic routing.
All instrument functions are locked
•
All existing values are retained
•
The instrument stops responding to
sensor signals
KEY
DISPLAY
ACK
ALARM 1
ALARM 2
UP ARROW
DOWN ARROW
CAL
ENTER
DISPLAY + ACK
DISPLAY
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
"run"
"d-4" "tSt"
Table 4-6.
HOLD Mode Key Functions
If the sensor cable must be disconnected, the
instrument can be put in the HOLD mode, in
which all existing signal levels and output
current levels and output current levels are
maintained. This may be useful to prevent
disturbing an ON/OFF-control loop connected
to the relay contacts.
1. Press the UP ARROW and DOWN
ARROW at the same time to put the
instrument on HOLD.
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Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Drops back to RUN mode
Moves to DIAGNOSTIC mode
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2. If the security is activated, enter the
security identification (id) code and press
ENTER to continue.
3. Hld, YES, flash briefly, then Hld flashes
alternately with the last oxygen reading.
The output signal will remain unchanged
until the instrument returns to the RUN
mode.
4. Press ENTER to return to the RUN mode,
or continue with Section 4-4 Diagnostics
Mode on page 4-8.
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CARET
LIT
%
°C
3
-
VALUE DISPLAYED
TYPICAL
VALUE1
ADJUSTABLE
2
Yes
Thermistor Voltage
2.43
No
Current Output
17.43
Yes
Raw Sensor Voltage
Use ARROW keys to make adjustments.
Table 4-7.
Caret Readings
1
These typical values were obtained under the following conditions:
O2 Concentration:
20.95%
Sensor Temperature:
26.07°C
Current Output Range:
4-20mA
Range Endpoint, Low:
0%
Range Endpoint, High:
25%
Zero Offset Signal:
None
Pressure Compensation:
None
2
Typical voltages for new sensors at 25°C:
TYPE OF SENSOR
Disposable
Rechargeable
MINIMUM
1.05V
0.97V
NOMINAL
1.39V
1.29V
MAXIMUM
1.69V
1.76V
Near the end of the life of the sensor, the sensor voltage is typically 0.53V (disposable) or 0.48V (rechargeable). At temperatures (T) other than 25°C, multiply the voltages above by (1.025)exp(T-25).
3
"-" is a minus sign displayed on the left of the display between AL 1 and AL 2.
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HOLD MODE
+
SECURITY ACCESS ROUTINE
(see Figure 3-4)
Last displayed
value held
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
DIAGNOSTICS MODE
ENTER
ALARM1
+
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
%O2
ALARM2
°C
Sensor Voltage
CARET LIT
(see Table 4-7)
Display Parameters DISPLAY
Adjust Parameters (see Section 4-4)
WARNING
Testing Relays will affect devices connected to them
ENTER
ALARM
1
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
Return to
HOLD
Exit
DIAGNOSTIC
Mode
ALARM
2
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM
1
ALARM
2
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM1
%O2
ALARM2
°C
ALARM2
°C
Figure 4-2. HOLD and DIAGNOSTICS Modes Flowchart
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2. If the security is activated, enter the
security identification (id) code and press
ENTER to continue.
4-4 DIAGNOSTICS MODE
Refer to Figure 4-2 on page 4-7, Table 4-7 on
page 4-6 and Table 4-8 below. The
DIAGNOSTICS mode is used to:
Hld, YES, flash briefly, then Hld flashes
alternately with the last oxygen reading.
The output signal will remain unchanged
until the instrument returns to the RUN
mode.
• Check sensor circuit voltages
• Check relays
a.
• Adjust the output current
1. Press DISPLAY and ACK at the same
time to enter DIAGNOSTICS mode.
Enter DIAGNOSTICS Mode
If the instrument is already in HOLD mode,
skip step 1 and proceed to step 2.
Tst, d-3, d-4 flash briefly, then the
%O2 caret lights and the raw sensor
voltage is displayed.
1. From the RUN mode, press the UP
ARROW and DOWN ARROW at the
same time to enter the HOLD mode.
KEY
DISPLAY
ACK
ALARM 1
ALARM 2
UP ARROW
DOWN ARROW
CAL
ENTER
DISPLAY
"2.13"
Nothing
"A-1" "On"/ "OFF"
"A-2" "On" / "OFF"
"2.13" →"2.14"
"2.14" →"2.13"
Nothing
"hLd"
Table 4-8.
b.
Raw Sensor Voltage
2. Press ENTER at any time to return to
HOLD mode. Press ENTER again to
return to RUN mode.
WHAT HAPPENS
Scrolls among the DIAGNOSTIC displays
Nothing
Toggles the Alarm 1 relay ON/OFF
Toggles the Alarm 2 relay ON/OFF
Increases current output or span setting
Decreases current output or span setting
Nothing
Drops back to HOLD mode
DIAGNOSTICS Mode Key Functions
Test Current Output
The current output can be tested
(increased or decreased using the
ARROW keys) and the actual output will
change. When the instrument returns to
the RUN mode, the output will return to
the previous value.
1. Press DISPLAY until the minus sign () is displayed on left.
c.
Linearizing Current Output
For some samples, current output does
not track the oxygen reading displayed.
The operator can linearize output and
store the compensating second-order
polynomials in EEPROM. This data will
remain and function there as long as the
EEPROM is not erased. However, if a
"cold boot" is performed, the operator
must repeat this linearization routine.
2. Use the ARROW keys to increase or
decrease the current output.
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To determine if current output
linearization is necessary, do the
following:
1. Connect a separate current meter to
the output terminals (any device that
will display an accurate current
measurement such as a computer
input will suffice).
NOTE
Do not simply connect a current
measurement meter in parallel with the
usual load because this will lead to incorrect readings.
2. Place the instrument in DIAGNOSTIC
mode by pressing the UP and DOWN
ARROWS, followed by the DISPLAY
and ACK keys. The display will show
consecutively:
tSt, d-3, d-4, and oxygen input
voltage
3. Press the DISPLAY key until the
minus sign and a number are
displayed. This reading is the current
output (in milliamps) as determined by
the Model 7003M.
4. Use the UP and DOWN ARROW
keys to increase the display reading,
and occasionally, compare the current
displayed on both meters (the
instrument display and the separate
meter).
5. If the two readings are too disparate
(different applications require lesser
or greater tolerance), do the following
3-point calibration to linearize the
current output:
6. Use the UP and DOWN ARROW
keys to set the current output to a
value halfway up its range. The
operator may prefer to set it at a
critical measurement point.
7. Press the CAL key. The instrument
will flash CCA, illuminate the three
right-hand carets, and continue
displaying the current output.
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8. Use the UP and DOWN ARROW
keys to adjust the actual current
output (as noted on the separate
meter) to the correct amount. Note
that the instrument display does not
change.
9. Press ENTER, the instrument
displays diA, returns to the
DIAGNOSTIC mode, and continues to
display the current output.
10. Use the UP and DOWN ARROW
keys to adjust the current output to a
lower value, representing the low
range (the operator may prefer to use
4 mA to represent 0% oxygen).
11. Press CAL (the instrument displays
CCL for lower current output setting),
and repeat steps 3 and 4 of this
procedure.
12. Use the UP and DOWN ARROW
keys to adjust the current output to a
value higher than the initial calibration
value (step 1 of this procedure),
representing the higher range (the
operator may prefer to set it at
16.72mA to represent 20.9% oxygen.
13. Press CAL (the instrument displays
CCH for high current output setting),
and repeat steps 3 and 4 of this
procedure.
To return to the RUN mode, press
ENTER twice.
At any time during this procedure, the
operator may press the ACK key to reset
all calibration coefficients to default
values. Pressing DISPLAY at any time
during this procedure will cause the
instrument to display for a moment the
relevant calibration efficient.
The operator may escape the current
CALIBRATION and DIAGNOSTIC mode
altogether by pressing ENTER twice.
Note, all coefficients will return to the
default values, and the current calibration
procedure must be started over to
linearize current output.
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NOTE
The low calibration point must be between the initial calibration point (step
1 of previous procedure) and zero, and
the high calibration point must be between the initial calibration point and
20mA.
If the third point calibrated (step 8,
previous procedure) is actually another low range (between the initial
calibration point and CCL) it will override the original CCL but won't affect
the initial calibration.
2. Toggle the relays ON and OFF using
the ALARM 1 and ALARM 2 keys.
A-1 ON or A-2 OFF is displayed.
The alarm contacts can be heard
opening and closing.
3. Connect any alarm or ON/OFFControl devices that were
disconnected in step 1.
4. Press ENTER to exit the
DIAGNOSTICS mode.
"Hld" flashes alternately with the last
oxygen reading and the analyzer
returns to HOLD mode.
NOTE
The current output linearizing procedure uses second order polynomials to
adjust the output linearity. The correction effect is maximized at the calibration point, and is smoothly diminished
towards the endpoints.
d.
Test Alarm Relays
1. Disconnect any alarm or ON/OFFControl devices that are connected to
the analyzer, before testing.
NOTE
When alarms are tested manually, any
alarm or ON/OFF-Control devices connected to the relays will respond as
they would in an alarm condition. The
alarm devices may have to be disconnected from the relays for this test.
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5. Press ENTER again to return to RUN
mode.
4-5 ADJUSTMENTS AND SETTINGS
All operator settings and adjustments are
made using the front keypad except if the
power jumpers are to be changed. Refer to
the following sections:
2-5b Power Connections on page 2-4
3-5d Zero Offset Adjustment on page 3-15
4-4a Raw Sensor Voltage on page 4-8
4-4c Linearizing Current Output on page 4-8
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SECTION 5
THEORY
oxygen without affecting the total
barometric pressure.
5-1 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
The Model 7003M Percent Oxygen Analyzer
consists of an amperometric sensor and
analyzer interconnected by a multi-conductor
shielded cable. The sensor responds to the
partial pressure of oxygen and produces a
current signal. The analyzer amplifies and
processes the signal, providing readout in
percent oxygen and current output.
a.
This relationship can be expressed as :
P atm = Po2 + PH20 = P other,
where:
P atm = total barometric pressure,
Electrochemical Theory
Po2 = partial pressure of oxygen,
With the sensor placed in the sample gas,
a voltage is applied across the cathode
and anode. Sample gas diffuses through
the membrane and is reduced at the
cathode resulting in a current proportional
to the partial pressure of oxygen in the
sample.
When no oxygen is present, a small
residual sensor current, which can be
offset during instrument setup.
5-2 EFFECTS OF SAMPLE CONDITIONS
a.
Barometric Pressure
If ambient air is used to calibrate the
sensor, a change in barometric pressure
can be a significant factor. At 76 cm Hg,
the partial pressure of oxygen is 15.9 cm
Hg (20.9% of 76 cm Hg). As atmospheric
pressure deviates from 76 cm Hg, the
partial pressure of oxygen will vary
proportionally. The highest partial
pressure that can be read by the Model
7003M is 19 cm Hg (25% oxygen at 76
cm Hg).
b.
Humidity
If calibrating with humid ambient air, the
effect of the partial pressure due to water
vapor content should be taken into
consideration. High humidity has the
effect of reducing the partial pressure of
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PH20 = partial pressure of water
vapor,
P other = partial pressure of all
gases other than oxygen and water
vapor
c.
Sample Temperature
The rate of oxygen diffusion through the
sensor membrane varies with
temperature, with a coefficient of about
+3% °C (5% °F), causing a corresponding
change in sensor current. The instrument
continuously monitors temperature with a
thermistor in the sensor body, and
compensates the output for both sample
temperature and membrane permeability.
Because of a slight time lag in the
response of the temperature sensor, a
rapid temperature change will cause a
temporary change in apparent oxygen
level, such as might be encountered if the
sensor is suddenly exposed to direct
sunlight from a shadow.
Extended use of the sensor at low
temperatures will shorten the life of the
sensor. As the sensor reaches the end of
its useful life, distinct step changes in the
oxygen reading will be evident as the
oxygen level changes.
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Interfering Gases
Gases that are reduced or oxidized in the
range of 0.5 to 0.8VDC contribute to
sensor current and can cause a readout
error. Only a few gases have this
characteristic. Common gases that
should be avoided include SO2, Cl2, and
oxides of nitrogen (NOX). Low-level
concentrations of hydrogen sulfide tend to
contaminate the sensor, but may not
seriously affect oxygen measurement.
•
There are isolated and non-isolated
grounds on the Power Supply Board.
TP1 is the non-isolated ground and
should be used with TP6 and TP7.
c.
If contaminated, the rechargeable sensor
must be rejuvenated and the disposable
sensor must be replaced. Refer to the
instructions supplied with the sensor.
An instrument timer circuit monitors
instrument power for a power failure,
power surge or other outside condition
interfering with the microprocessor
operation. When conditions return to
normal, the circuit will attempt a system
restart. If the microprocessor is still
capable of operating, both alarm relays
will be put into alarm condition, the screen
will clear, and the output current will drop
to 0 mA. Then the instrument will go
through a normal power-up routine and
will eventually return to routine operation
with alarms and output restored to their
normal conditions. The appropriate error
code (E-0, etc.) will be displayed until the
ACK button is pressed.
5-3 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTIONS
Signal Board
The Signal Board is configured to match
the type of sensor ordered with the
analyzer. If the type of sensor is
changed, or the Signal Board is repaired
or replaced, verify the rocker switch
position (SW1):
Rechargeable Sensor: Close positions
1,4, and 5
Disposable Sensor: Close positions 2,4,
and 6
b.
Power Supply Board
The Power Supply Board provides:
•
±12V (non-isolated) for analog
signaling function
•
+5V (non-isolated) for
microprocessor and associated
logic
•
5-2
+24V (non-isolated) for the
isolated current function
Routine Servicing and Troubleshooting
Microprocessor Board
The Microprocessor Board is the
functional center of the instrument. With
the exception of the program chip, no
user serviceable functions are on this
assembly. If the Microprocessor Board is
to be repaired or replaced, note the
positions of the configuration jumpers for
setting jumpers on replacement board.
If you suspect that any stream
components are affecting the operation of
the sensor, contact Rosemount Analytical
Technical Services.
a.
+5V (isolated) for other functions
for that circuit
d.
Alarm Circuits
Each alarm activation setpoint is designed
to be at a different level from the
deactivation setpoint:
•
•
•
To prevent relay contacts from
chattering if the oxygen level stays
around the setpoint.
To indicate to the microprocessor
whether alarm is HIGH or LOW.
To allow for a time lag between the
time the alarm is activated and the
time it is deactivated for ON/OFFControl purposes.
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ROUTINE SERVICING AND TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Servicing requires access to live parts
which can cause death or serious injury.
Refer servicing to qualified personnel.
Relay contacts wired to separate power
sources must be disconnected before
servicing.
6-1 ROUTINE SERVICING
Most service and maintenance involves
cleaning and recharging the sensor. Refer
to the instructions supplied with the sensor
for recharging and maintenance procedures.
Service is rarely required on the Model
7003M Percent Oxygen Analyzer. Repair is
limited to replacement of PCB boards,
EPROM and fuses. See Section 7
Replacement Parts.
6-2 TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting should be referred to
qualified service technicians. Refer to
Section 5-3 Circuit Descriptions, on page 52, as an aide in isolating a problem.
Cannot adjust signal to calibration
value
Possible cause
Sensor voltage error
Check/Test
Install know good sensor and verify
voltage
Corrective Action
Recharge or replace sensor
Readings not consistent with calibration curve
Possible cause
Incorrect sensor used for application
Check/Test
Verify sensor corresponds with
application
Corrective Action
Install new sensor and calibrate with
span gas
Possible cause
Sensor temperature incorrect
Check/Test
a.
Symptoms
Sensor temperature should be 0 to 50°C
Calibration error code displayed
Possible cause
Exhausted Sensor
Corrective Action
Install new sensor and calibrate with
span gas
Check/Test
Install know good sensor and isolate
Possible cause
Incorrect span gas concentration
Corrective Action
Recharge or replace sensor
Check/Test
Verify span gas concentration
Corrective Action
Install new sensor and calibrate with
span gas
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Error code E-0 displayed
Possible cause
Power interruption, power surge or other
outside interference has occurred
Corrective Action
Press ACK. If this symptom occurs
frequently, surge-protection is
recommended.
Will not read low levels of oxygen
Possible cause
Ambient air leaking into system
Check/Test
Increase sample flow rate, block off
flow of gas in and out of flow
chamber, and not analyzer response
Corrective Action
If signal increases with test, isolate
and seal leak.
If signal does not increase, replace or
recharge sensor.
Sudden change in output for no apparent reason
Possible cause
Sensor subjected to sudden change in
conditions, as when a shadow moves
and exposes the sensor to an increase
in temperature
Corrective Action
Locate sensor in an area shaded from
sunlight and away from cold or warm
drafts.
Resolution degrading with time
Possible cause
Sensor exposed to low temperatures.
Check/Test
Per Section 4-4b on page 4-8, check
current output of sensor.
If the sensor is degrading, the signal will
change in steps as the oxygen level
changes instead of changing
continuously.
Corrective Action
Relocate sensor or replace more
frequently.
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REPLACEMENT PARTS
7-1 CIRCUIT BOARD REPLACEMENT POLICY
In most situations involving a malfunction of a
circuit board, it is more practical to replace the
board than to attempt isolation and
replacement of an individual component. As
standard policy, rebuilt boards are available
on an exchange basis.
Because of the exchange policy covering
circuit boards, the following sections on
replacement parts do not include individual,
circuit board mounted components. If
circumstances necessitate replacement of an
individual component, which can be identified
by inspection or from the schematic diagrams,
obtain the replacement component from a
local source of supply.
7-2 MATRIX
7003M MODEL 7003M OXYGEN MONITOR*
Code
01
05
Power
115 VAC, 50/60 Hz
230 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Code
01
07
08
Mounting Options
Panel Mount - Standard
Wall Mounting Plate w/ Junction Box
Two-Inch Pipe Mounting Bracket
Code
50
51
99
7003M
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Signal: High Level (Used with Rechargeable Sensor % Gas)
Signal: Low Level (Used with Disposable Sensor % Gas)
Signal: Special
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WARNING
PARTS INTEGRITY
Tampering or unauthorized substitution of components may adversely affect safety of this product.
Use only factory documented components for repair
PART NUMBER
652630
652640
654605
655195
655197
777156
777360
858728
DESCRIPTION
Signal Board
Power Supply Board
Display/Keypad Board
EPROM
Microprocessor Board
Fuse, 1/4 A, 120V (pkg of 5)
Fuse, 1/8 A, 240 V (pkg of 5)
Arc Suppressor
When replacing Microprocessor Board PN 652650, replace with Microprocessor Board PN 655197 AND
EPROM 655195.
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a.
Rechargeable Sensors
Sensor:
MATERIAL
Polypropylene
Polypropylene
Ryton
Ryton
PART NUMBER
623371
623370 (use with Fast Response Kit)
190408
190409 (use with Fast Response Kit)
Sensor Kits (Sensor not included):
DESCRIPTION
Submersion, Polypropylene
In-Line Flow, Polypropylene
Fast Response, Polypropylene
Submersion, Ryton
In-Line Flow, Ryton
Fast Response, Ryton
PART NUMBER
639904
639905
639906
646628
646629
646630
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623371
623371
623370
190408
190408
190409
Sensor Kits (Sensor included):
DESCRIPTION
Submersion, Polypropylene
In-Line Flow, Polypropylene
Fast Response, Polypropylene
Submersion, Ryton
In-Line Flow, Ryton
Fast Response, Ryton
PART NUMBER
400011
400012
400013
400021
400022
400023
Recharge Kit
Recharge Kit (10 recharges)
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Disposable Sensors
Sensor:
MATERIAL
Polypropylene
PART NUMBER
623742
Sensor Kits (Sensor not included):
DESCRIPTION
Submersion, Polypropylene
In-Line Flow, Polypropylene
PART NUMBER
623715
623716
USE WITH SENSOR
623742
623742
Sensor Kits (Sensor included):
DESCRIPTION
Submersion, Polypropylene
In-Line Flow, Polypropylene
7-4
Replacement Parts
PART NUMBER
500011
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RETURN OF MATERIAL
8-1 RETURN OF MATERIAL
If factory repair of defective equipment is
required, proceed as follows:
1. Secure a return authorization from a
Rosemount Analytical Inc. 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.
Rosemount CSC will provide the shipping
address for your instrument.
In no event will Rosemount be
responsible for equipment returned
without proper authorization and
identification.
2. Carefully pack the defective unit in a
sturdy box with sufficient shock absorbing
material to ensure no additional damage
occurs during shipping.
3. In a cover letter, describe completely:
•
The symptoms that determined the
equipment is faulty.
•
The environment in which the
equipment was operating (housing,
weather, vibration, dust, etc.).
•
Site from where the equipment was
removed.
•
Whether warranty or non-warranty
service is expected.
•
Complete shipping instructions for the
return of the equipment.
4. Enclose a cover letter and purchase order
and ship the defective equipment according to instructions provided in the Rosemount Return Authorization, prepaid, to
the address provided by Rosemount CSC.
If warranty service is expected, the defective
unit will be carefully inspected and tested at
the factory. If the failure was due to the
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 the 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.
8-2 CUSTOMER SERVICE
For order administration, replacement Parts,
application assistance, on-site or factory
repair, service or maintenance contract
information, contact:
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Customer Service Center
1-800-433-6076
8-3 TRAINING
A comprehensive Factory Training Program of
operator and service classes is available. For
a copy of the Current Operator and Service
Training Schedule contact the Technical
Services Department at:
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WARRANTY
Goods and part(s) (excluding consumables) manufactured by Seller are warranted to be free from
defects in workmanship and material under normal use and service for a period of twelve (12)
months from the date of shipment by Seller. Consumables, glass electrodes, membranes, liquid
junctions, electrolyte, o-rings, etc., are warranted to be free from defects in workmanship and
material under normal use and service for a period of ninety (90) days from date of shipment by
Seller. Goods, part(s) and consumables proven by Seller to be defective in workmanship and/or
material shall be replaced or repaired, free of charge, F.O.B. Seller's factory provided that the
goods, part(s) or consumables are returned to Seller's designated factory, transportation charges
prepaid, within the twelve (12) month period of warranty in the case of goods and part(s), and in
the case of consumables, within the ninety (90) day period of warranty. This warranty shall be in
effect for replacement or repaired goods, part(s) and the remaining portion of the ninety (90) day
warranty in the case of consumables. A defect in goods, part(s) and consumables of the commercial unit shall not operate to condemn such commercial unit when such goods, part(s) and
consumables are capable of being renewed, repaired or replaced.
The Seller shall not be liable to the Buyer, or to any other person, for the loss or damage directly
or indirectly, arising from the use of the equipment or goods, from breach of any warranty, or from
any other cause. All other warranties, expressed or implied are hereby excluded.
IN CONSIDERATION OF THE HEREIN STATED PURCHASE PRICE OF THE GOODS,
SELLER GRANTS ONLY THE ABOVE STATED EXPRESS WARRANTY. NO OTHER WARRANTIES ARE GRANTED INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, EXPRESS AND IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Limitations of Remedy. SELLER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES CAUSED BY DELAY IN PERFORMANCE. THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR BREACH OF WARRANTY SHALL BE LIMITED TO REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT UNDER THE STANDARD
WARRANTY CLAUSE. IN NO CASE, REGARDLESS OF THE FORM OF THE CAUSE OF ACTION, SHALL SELLER'S LIABILITY EXCEED THE PRICE TO BUYER OF THE SPECIFIC
GOODS MANUFACTURED BY SELLER GIVING RISE TO THE CAUSE OF ACTION. BUYER
AGREES THAT IN NO EVENT SHALL SELLER'S LIABILITY EXTEND TO INCLUDE INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES SHALL INCLUDE, BUT
ARE NOT LIMITED TO, LOSS OF ANTICIPATED PROFITS, LOSS OF USE, LOSS OF REVENUE, COST OF CAPITAL AND DAMAGE OR LOSS OF OTHER PROPERTY OR EQUIPMENT.
IN NO EVENT SHALL SELLER BE OBLIGATED TO INDEMNIFY BUYER IN ANY MANNER
NOR SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE AND/OR THIRD PARTY CLAIMS
COVERED BY UMBRELLA INSURANCE AND/OR INDEMNITY COVERAGE PROVIDED TO
BUYER, ITS ASSIGNS, AND EACH SUCCESSOR INTEREST TO THE GOODS PROVIDED
HEREUNDER.
Force Majeure. Seller shall not be liable for failure to perform due to labor strikes or acts beyond
Seller's direct control.
Operator Manual
748223-K
June 2002
Model 7003M
Emerson Process Management
Rosemount Analytical Inc.
Process Analytic Division
1201 N. Main St.
Orrville, OH 44667-0901
T (330) 682-9010
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E gas.csc@emersonprocess.com
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