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Instruction Manual
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Model NGA 2000 TO2
Trace Oxygen Analyzer
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PREFACE...........................................................................................................................................P-1
intended use statement ......................................................................................................................P-1
Definitions ...........................................................................................................................................P-1
Safety Summary .................................................................................................................................P-2
General precautions for handling and storing high pressure gas cylinders .......................................P-3
Documentation....................................................................................................................................P-4
Compliances .......................................................................................................................................P-4
Glossary..............................................................................................................................................P-5
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DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS.................................................................................1-1
Overview...................................................................................................................................1-1
Typical Applications..................................................................................................................1-1
Method of measurement ..........................................................................................................1-1
Features ...................................................................................................................................1-1
a. General .......................................................................................................................1-4
b. Sample ........................................................................................................................1-4
c. Physical .......................................................................................................................1-4
d. Gas Connections ........................................................................................................1-5
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INSTALLATION ....................................................................................................................2-1
Unpacking ................................................................................................................................2-1
Assembly ..................................................................................................................................2-1
a. Electrolyte Addition .....................................................................................................2-1
Location ....................................................................................................................................2-1
Gases .......................................................................................................................................2-2
a. Requirements..............................................................................................................2-2
b. Sample ........................................................................................................................2-2
c. Pressure ......................................................................................................................2-2
Connections .............................................................................................................................2-2
a. Leak Test ....................................................................................................................2-3
Electrical Connections..............................................................................................................2-3
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OPERATION ............................................................................................................................3-1
Overview...................................................................................................................................3-1
Displays & Operating Keys.......................................................................................................3-1
a. Menu Lines & Softkey Functionality............................................................................3-2
b. Common Function Keys...............................................................................................3-2
c. Entering & Changing Variables....................................................................................3-3
d. Starting a Function.......................................................................................................3-3
e. Measure Mode Display ................................................................................................3-4
f. Main Menu ....................................................................................................................3-4
Startup & Initialization...............................................................................................................3-6
a. Quick Start ..................................................................................................................3-7
Basic Controls, Setup and Status ............................................................................................3-8
a. Analyzer Channel Status ............................................................................................3-8
b. Single Component Display .........................................................................................3-9
c. Multi Component Display ............................................................................................3-10
d. Basic Controls and Setup ...........................................................................................3-11
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e. Display Controls..........................................................................................................3-12
Expert Controls and Setup .......................................................................................................3-13
a. Calibration Procedure .................................................................................................3-14
b. Alarms .........................................................................................................................3-17
c. Ranges ........................................................................................................................3-18
d. Linearization................................................................................................................3-19
e. Measurement Display Configuration...........................................................................3-19
f. Concentration Measurement .......................................................................................3-20
g. Flow Measurement .....................................................................................................3-22
h. Temperature Measurement ........................................................................................3-23
System & Network I/O Module Controls (Setup)......................................................................3-24
a. System SIO .................................................................................................................3-25
b. Analog Output Setup...................................................................................................3-26
c. Serial Interface Setup..................................................................................................3-29
d. Relay Outputs Setup...................................................................................................3-30
e. System DIO.................................................................................................................3-31
System Configuration and Diagnostics ....................................................................................3-32
a. Diagnostic Menus .......................................................................................................3-33
MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE .............................................................................................4-1
Overview...................................................................................................................................4-1
Sensor ......................................................................................................................................4-1
a. Refilling .......................................................................................................................4-2
b. Electrolyte Replacement .............................................................................................4-3
c. Sensor Replacement...................................................................................................4-3
Linearization .............................................................................................................................4-4
Flow Sensor Replacement .......................................................................................................4-6
Electronic Components ............................................................................................................4-6
a. Fuses ..........................................................................................................................4-6
b. Printed Circuit Boards .................................................................................................4-6
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TROUBLESHOOTING .............................................................................................................5-1
Troubleshooting........................................................................................................................5-1
a. Failure to purge down to ppm levels...........................................................................5-1
b. Flow sensitivity............................................................................................................5-1
c. Erratic and very insensitive readings ..........................................................................5-1
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REPLACEMENT PARTS........................................................................................................6-1
Matrix........................................................................................................................................6-1
Replacement Parts...................................................................................................................6-2
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RETURN OF MATERIAL..........................................................................................................7-1
Return of Material.....................................................................................................................7-1
Customer Service.....................................................................................................................7-1
Training.....................................................................................................................................7-1
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INDEX.......................................................................................................................................8-1
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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
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Trace Oxygen Detector Coulometric Principle..............................................................1-2
Trace Oxygen Analyzer Module - Top View .................................................................1-3
Analyzer Module Interconnection with Instrument Platform .........................................2-4
Outline and Mounting Dimensions ................................................................................2-5
Back Panel Connections...............................................................................................2-6
Trace Oxygen Analyzer Front Panel.............................................................................2-6
Platform Front Panel .....................................................................................................3-1
The Display Screen.......................................................................................................3-2
Changing Variables.......................................................................................................3-3
Function Confirmation ...................................................................................................3-3
Measure Mode Display .................................................................................................3-4
Module Manufacturing Data Displays ...........................................................................3-5
Startup Display..............................................................................................................3-6
Initiate Quick Start.........................................................................................................3-7
Analyzer Channel Status .............................................................................................3-8
Single Component Display............................................................................................3-9
Multi Component Display ..............................................................................................3-10
Basic Controls and Setup .............................................................................................3-11
Display Controls ............................................................................................................3-12
Expert Controls and Setup............................................................................................3-13
Calibration – Gas Scale Factor .....................................................................................3-15
Span Calibration............................................................................................................3-16
Alarms ...........................................................................................................................3-17
Ranges..........................................................................................................................3-18
Measurement Display Configuration.............................................................................3-19
Concentration Measurement.........................................................................................3-20
Flow Measurement........................................................................................................3-22
Temperature Measurement ..........................................................................................3-23
System & Network I/O Module Controls .......................................................................3-24
System SIO Module ......................................................................................................3-25
System Configuration and Diagnostics .........................................................................3-32
Sensor Assembly ..........................................................................................................4-2
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PREFACE
INTENDED USE STATEMENT
The purpose of this manual is to provide information concerning the components, functions, installation and
maintenance of the Model NGA 2000 TO2 and the System Accessories of the NGA 2000 System.
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.
DANGER.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Operate this equipment only when covers are 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 module must be connected to a properly grounded three-wire
source of electrical power.
DANGER.
POSSIBLE EXPLOSION HAZARD
This equipment is not designed and should not be used in the analysis of flammable samples. Use of this equipment in this way could result in explosion and death.
WARNING.
HIGH PRESSURE GAS CYLINDERS
This analyzer requires use of pressurized gas. See General Precautions for Handling and
Storing High Pressure Cylinders, page P-3.
WARNING.
PARTS INTEGRITY
Tampering or unauthorized substitution of components may adversely affect safety of this
product. Use only factory documented components for repair.
CAUTION.
CAUSTIC LIQUID
Electrolyte is a caustic solution. Review the Material Safety Data Sheet in the rear of this
manual.
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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
Compressed Gas Association
1235 Jefferson Davis Highway
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
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COMPLIANCES
This product may carry approvals from several certifying agencies for use in non-hazardous, indoor locations. If so, the product will carry approval insignia on the product name-rating plate.
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Rosemount Analytical Inc. has satisfied all obligations from the European Legislation to harmonize the
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These products comply with the standard level of NAMUR EMC. Recommendation (May 1993).
NAMUR
This product satisfies all obligations of all relevant standards of the EMC framework in Australia and New
Zealand.
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GLOSSARY OF TERMS
Analyzer Module
The module that contains all sensor/detector components for development of a Primary Variable signal; includes all signal conditioning and temperature control circuitry.
Backplane
The interconnect circuit board which the Controller Board, Power Supply, Analyzer Module power and network cables, I/O Modules and Expansion Modules plug into.
Control Module
The Operator Interface plus the Controller Board.
Controller Board
The computer board that serves as the Network Manager and operates the Display and Keypad.
Distribution Assembly
The Backplane and the card cages that hold I/O and Expansion Modules.
Expansion Module
A circuit board that plugs into the Backplane from the front of the Platform and performs special features
not related to I/O functions.
I/O Module
A circuit board that plugs into the Backplane from the rear of the Platform. Has a connector terminal for
communication with external data acquisition devices and provides an input/output function.
Operator Interface
The Display and Keyboard.
Platform
Any workable collection of the following: Controller Board, Power Supply, Distribution Assembly, Enclosure
and Operator Interface.
Power Supply
Any of a variety of components that provides conditioned power to other NGA 2000 components, from the
Power Supply Board that plugs into the front of the Backplane in a stand-alone instrument to several larger
ones that can power larger collections of modules and components.
Primary Variable
The measured species concentration value from an Analyzer Module.
Secondary Variable
Data placed on the network by a module regarding current status, e.g., sample flow, source voltage and
other diagnostic information.
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Softkeys
The five function keys located below the front panel display; they assume the function displayed directly
above each on the display, a function dictated by software.
System
Any collection of Analyzer Module(s), Platform(s), I/O Module(s) and Expansion Module(s).
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SECTION 1
DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
1-1
The TO2 Analyzer Module uses the coulometric principle of oxygen detection. This
technology is based on the fact that oxygen in
the sample is reduced by an electrochemical
reaction. This reduction occurs at the cathode
and results in the generation of hydroxyl ions.
These hydroxyl ions migrate to the anode
where they are oxidized to reform oxygen.
The oxidation reaction generates four electrons which in turn migrate to the anode to
participate in the reduction reaction:
OVERVIEW
This manual describes the Trace Oxygen
(TO2) Analyzer Module of Rosemount Analytical's NGA 2000 Series of gas analysis
components.
The TO2 Analyzer Module is designed to continuously determine the concentration of trace
oxygen in a flowing gaseous mixture. The
concentration is expressed in parts-permillion.
(Cathode Reaction)
The TO2 Analyzer Module is configured as a
shelf-mount module, designed to be installed
external from the platform on an associated
shelf capable of holding two modules side-byside, with gas connections made from the
rear. All electronics relative to sample detection and conditioning are included in this
module.
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(Anode Reaction)
4 OH- → O2 + 2 H2O + 4 eA polarizing voltage of approximately 1.3 VDC
is applied between the anode and cathode to
drive the oxidation and reduction reactions.
The resulting current flow produced by the
flow of electrons is directly proportional to the
oxygen content in the sample gas.
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
The TO2 Analyzer Module has specific applications in the following areas:
• Trace oxygen in product nitrogen
and argon streams from air
separation plants
• Trace oxygen in inerting atmospheres for heat treat furnaces
• Trace oxygen in glove-box applications
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O2 + 2 H2O + 4 e- → 4 OH-
METHOD OF MEASUREMENT
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FEATURES
Among the features included in the TO2 Analyzer Module are:
• Quick start feature
• Electrolyte level alarm
• High oxygen protection circuit
with alarm
• Sample flow indication.
Coulometric Principle
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SECONDARY ANODE (+)
BI-STRATA™ DIFFUSION BARRIER
e-
ELECTRONICS
S
SAMPLE IN
KOH
O2
OH-
O2
SAMPLE OUT
S
eO2 SENSING CATHODE (-)
SECONDARY CATHODE (-)
Figure 1-1.
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Description and Specifications
O2 SENSING ANODE (-)
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Sensor Assembly
Network/Power
Module
Sensor
Computer
Board
Sample Flow
Sensor
Power Board
Figure 1-2. Trace Oxygen Analyzer Module - Top View
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SPECIFICATIONS1
a. General
Measurement Species................................... Trace Oxygen
Ranges .......................................................... 0 to 100 ppm (output scalable down to 0-2 ppm fullscale)
Accuracy........................................................ ±3% of reading or ±0.02% of range (except for ranges ≤
100 ppm: ±3% of reading or ±0.05% of range)
Sensitivity ...................................................... <10 ppb Oxygen
Noise ............................................................. 1% of fullscale, peak to peak
Linearity ......................................................... ±1% of fullscale
Response Time ............................................. Typically 90% in less than 20 seconds
Zero Drift........................................................ ≤±1% of fullscale/24 hours at constant temperature
Span Drift....................................................... ≤±1% of fullscale/24 hours at constant temperature
Effect of Temperature.................................... 0.32% of reading per °F from 70°F (0.58% of reading per
°C from 21°C)
Effect of Flow................................................. ≤2% of reading for a flow change of ±250 cc/min (0.5
SCFH)
Operating Temperature ................................. 32°F to 113°F (0°C to 45°C)
Power Requirements..................................... +24 VDC ±5%, 10 W max.
Ripple and Noise ........................................... <100 mV peak to peak
Line and Load Regulations............................ <±1%
b. Sample
Sample .......................................................... Non-flammable (below 100% of the LEL)
Flow Rate ...................................................... 0.5 to 1.5 L/min.
Supply Pressure ............................................ 1027 to 1082 hPa - absolute (0.2 to 1.0 psig)
Temperature .................................................. 32°F to 113°F (0°C to 45°C)
Particulates.................................................... filtered to <0.1 mg/L; non-condensing at ambient temperature
Sample Humidity ........................................... non-condensing at ambient temperatures
c. Physical
Materials in contact with sample ................... Stainless steel, Teflon, Delrin, neoprene
Dimensions.................................................... See Figure 2-2, Outline and Mounting Dimensions
Weight ........................................................... 6.8 kg (15 lbs.)
Mounting........................................................ Horizontal, external to Platform or custom installed in a
panel
Case Classification........................................ General Purpose for installation in weather protected
area
Max. Separation from Platform...................... 1600 m (1 mile)
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d. Gas Connections
Sample In ...................................................... 1/4 inch O.D. tube fitting
Sample Out.................................................... 1/4 inch O.D. tube fitting
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SECTION 2
INSTALLATION
Figure 4-1). Be careful not to lose these
screws as they have metric threads.
Carefully lift out the Sensor assembly and
remove from the analyzer module. Place
on a flat surface and remove the black
Sensor cover by unscrewing counterclockwise.
WARNING.
Before starting to install this equipment, read the Safety Summary in
the Preface section of this manual.
Failure to follow the safety instructions could result in serious injury or
death.
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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.
UNPACKING
If the Trace Oxygen (TO2) Analyzer Module is
received as a separate unit, 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 TO2 Analyzer Module are operational.
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Fill the Sensor with one bottle of electrolyte supplied with the analyzer module.
Use the entire contents of the bottle.
ELECTROLYTE
NOTE
Before installation of the TO2 Analyzer Module, electrolyte must be added to the Sensor.
Follow the procedure described in Section 22a.
After addition of electrolyte, locate the analyzer module on an appropriate mounting
surface and connect the network cable to either the NETWORK 1 or NETWORK 2 connection on the Analyzer Module, and the
NETWORK connection on the Platform network I/O port. (See Figure 2-1 and Figure
2-4.)
a. Electrolyte Addition
Before adding electrolyte to the Sensor, it
is recommended to check the Sensor for
possible leakage caused by damage in
shipment. To check the Sensor for leakage, remove the top cover of the Analyzer
Module and locate and remove the 5
mounting screws which hold the Sensor
Assembly (Sensor, flow meter, plumbing,
inlet/outlet fittings) to the module (see
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Do not add water. The volume and
concentration of the bottled electrolyte
is pre-measured.
Reinstall the black Sensor cover and
carefully reinstall the Sensor Assembly
inside the Analyzer Module. Do not tilt
the Sensor Assembly excessively as
electrolyte may leak out.
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LOCATION
(See Figure 2-2) The TO2 Analyzer Module
comes standard with mounting ears for easy
installation on flat, horizontal surfaces. Install
the TO2 Analyzer Module in a clean, weatherproofed, vibration-free location free from extreme temperature variations and moisture.
For best results, install the instrument near
the sample stream to minimize sample transport time.
Operating ambient temperature is 0 °C to 45
°C (32 °F to 81 °F). Temperature change
should not exceed 10 °C (18 °F) per hour.
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The same temperature restrictions apply to
the location of the zero and span gas cylinders.
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Module to control flow, the inlet pressure
to the needle valve should not exceed
345 hPa (5 psig). A constant sample flow
rate between 1.0 to 3.0 SCFH (0.5 to 1.5
l/min) is recommended for best results.
The Analyzer Module must vent to atmosphere to avoid back pressure influences on the oxygen reading.
GASES
a. Requirements
The TO2 Analyzer Module requires only a
standard of accurately known composition
for use as a span gas. The span gas
should be supplied from a cylinder
equipped with a clean, metallic diaphragm, two-stage regulator. A shutoff
valve is recommended.
Calibration Gases
The TO2 module does not require routine
zero calibration. The zero is factory set
and does not experience routine drift.
Over long periods of time, the zero may
experience minor drift. For low ppm
range analyzers, you may wish to check
the zero at one year intervals. Oxygenfree nitrogen is recommended for use as
zero gas. This gas is certified to <0.5
ppm oxygen and can be improved by
passing the zero gas through an oxygen
scrubber such as Millipore™ Waferpure
or Semigas Nanochem® resin purifiers. A
mixture of trace oxygen in a background
of nitrogen is recommended as span gas.
For maximum accuracy, the concentration
of trace oxygen in the span gas should be
as high as possible for the range of
measurement.
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GAS CONNECTIONS
(See Figure 2-3. ) Connect inlet and outlet
lines for sample to appropriately labeled fittings on the rear panel. SAMPLE IN and
SAMPLE OUT are 1/4-inch ferrule-type compression fittings. Zero and span gases should
be introduced at the SAMPLE IN fitting at
normal sample inlet flow rate.
Metallic tubing is recommended for the sample line. The use of plastic, Teflon, or other
non-metallic tubing can result in ambient oxygen permeation through the tubing causing
higher than expected reading. Exhaust tubing should be 1/4 inch (6.3 mm) or larger, and
can be metallic or non-metallic.
CAUTION.
GAS OVERPRESSURE
At no time should sample, zero or span
gas inlet pressure exceed 69 hPa - gauge
(1.0 psig). Damage to the Sensor may occur if this pressure level is exceeded.
CAUTION.
b. Sample
The sample must be clean and dry before
entering the Analyzer Module. Sample
should be filtered for particulates down to
two microns, and should have a dew point
at least 5 °C (13 °F) below the coldest expected ambient temperature.
SAMPLE FLOW
Do not test the sample pressure by blocking the exhaust. When the pressure is released the sudden surge of flow will spin
the internal flowmeter off its bearings and
destroy it.
c. Pressure
Constant between 13.8 and 69 hPa gauge (0.2 and 1.0 psig) sample inlet
pressure is recommended. If a needle
valve is used upstream of the Analyzer
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
a. Leak Test
WARNING.
The TO2 Analyzer Module is completely
tested at the factory for gas leakage. The
user is responsible for testing for leakage
only at the inlet and outlet fittings on the
rear panel.
CAUTION.
SENSOR DAMAGE
Do not expose the Sensor to pressure in
excess of 1.0 psig as this may cause damage.
Flow Indicator Method
Supply air or inert gas such as nitrogen,
at 1 psig (6.8 hPa), to the analyzer
through a flow indicator with a range of 0
to 250 cc/min. Install a shut-off valve at
the sample gas outlet. Set the flow rate to
125 cc/min.
Close the outlet shut-off valve and notice
that the flow reading drops to zero. If the
flow reading does not drop to zero, the
system is leaking and must be corrected
before the introduction of sample gas or
the application of power.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Operate this equipment only when
covers are 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
module must be connected to a
properly grounded three-wire source
of electrical power.
Electrical connections must be made
in compliance with National Electrical Code (ANSI/NFPA 70) and/or any
applicable national or electrical
codes.
Two electrical connections are required on the
Analyzer Module: POWER and NETWORK
(See Figure 2-4). On the Analyzer Module,
two NETWORK connectors are available, either of which is appropriate for: 1) interconnection with the Backplane of the Platform or
2) "daisy-chaining" with other NGA 2000
components (A star connection is acceptable
for LON lengths under about 10 meters.)
Connect a source of 24 V 5A DC power to the
power inlet. Make sure that the ground connection is made, and that this is separate from
the power return lead. Failure to ensure a
good ground may result in random noise and
disturbance in the analyzer readings.
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ANALYZER MODULE
CONNECTIONS
BACKPLANE
CONNECTIONS
Network 1
Backplane
Network 2
Power
Controller Board
Connector
Fuse
Network
Power Indicator Light
Power
Figure 2-1. Analyzer Module Interconnection with Instrument Platform
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[6]
7.75
[197]
7.75
[197]
1.61
[41]
.23
[6]
5.78
[147]
.266
DIA
[6.75]
18.56
[471]
12.00
[305]
11.00
[279]
6.00
[152]
7.00
[178]
8.25
[206]
8.10
[206]
10.15
[258]
2.70
[68]
6.62
[168]
1.2
[31]
.06
[1.5]
1.2
[31]
Figure 2-2. Outline and Mounting Dimensions
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Sample
Inlet
1/4" Tube
Sample
Exhaust
1/4" Tube
Figure 2-3. Back Panel Connections
Network Connections
Power Connection
Fuse
Power Indicator Light
Figure 2-4. Trace Oxygen Analyzer Front Panel
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SECTION 3
OPERATION
3-1
In case of power failure, all user defined specific module parameters are saved by a battery powered memory.
OVERVIEW
Once the TO2 has been correctly assembled
and installed in accordance with the instructions in Section 2, the analyzer is ready for
operation.
The Function Keys, also called softkeys, are
assigned values depending on the menu or
screen being displayed. The legend is displayed above the keys.
Before operating the system, verify that the
Leak Checks have been performed in accordance with Section 2-5a.
The Enter Key is used to confirm a previously
entered variable value, to start a selected
function or to go to a submenu selected at a
menu line as opposed to the Function Keys.
As an alternate to using the Enter Key to start
a function, the → key can be used.
For the remainder of this section, Analyzer
Module interconnection with a Platform or
some interfacing component is assumed. Display and Keypad information refers to that
which the user can expect to see and do with
regard to the Front Panel of the Platform.
3-2
The Cursor Up/Down Keys (↑ or ↓) are used
to move up or down the lines within a menu or
to increment and decrement number variables.
DISPLAYS & OPERATING KEYS
The LCD screen shows all measurement values of the Analyzer, status values and all user
menu instructions. Operation is performed
with five function keys, four arrow (cursor)
keys and the enter key. The function of each
key varies depending on the installed Analyzer module, any auxiliary modules installed,
and the individual menu displayed.
The Cursor Left/Right Keys (← or →) are
used to move backwards or forwards between
the pages of a menu or to select numeric digits for adjustment.
Cursor Keys
LCD Display
TO2
37.50
ppm O 2
0.00
Range: 3
Electrolyte level:
50.00
OK
Temp current:
263 uA 0.0
Range:
100.0
3
Sensor Current:
0.0500 uA 0.0000
100.0000
Display
Status…
Main…
Channel
BasicCal
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
ROSEMOUNT ANALYTICAL
NGA 2000
Function Keys
Enter Key
Figure 3-1. Platform Front Panel
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Variable Line – A line ending with a colon
(:) indicates that it displays a module
variable parameter. Some parameters
can be changed and some parameters
display only a status and cannot be
changed. Paramters that cannot be
changed will be displayed below a line
within the menu.
a. Menu Lines & Softkey Functionality
Menu lines can be selected with the ↑ key
or the ↓ key. The selected line is displayed as white lettering on a black background (reverse text). Menus can contain
four different types of lines:
Menu Line – A line ending with three dots
(…) indicates that it leads to a submenu.
The submenu can be activated by pressing the ↵ key or the → key when the line
is highlighted.
Text Line – A line without punctuation
marks displays information.
Tag Line – At the top of each menu
screen is the tag line of the current channel. To the right of the Tag is the value of
the indicated channel.
Function Line – A line ending with an
exclamation point (!) indicates that it will
start a function. The function can be activated by pressing the ↵ key or the → key
when the line is highlighted.
Tag Line
The Function Keys (Softkeys) can sometimes be assigned as Functions (exclamation point) or Submenus (three dots)
as shown in Figure 3-2.
CLD
7.50 ppm
-- Main Menu --
Menu Line
Selected Line
(Reverse Text)
Analyzer basic controls (calibration) & setup…
Analyzer and I/O, expert controls & setup…
Function Lines
System configuration and diagnostics…
Lines below this separator
are information and cannot
be changed.
Display controls…
Variable Lines
Time & Date:
System tag:
Measure
Status…
Channel
Lock…
MFG Data
Function Keys F1 – F5 Legend
Figure 3-2. The Display Screen
b. Common Function Keys
The function keys are shown in Figure 3-1
And Figure 3-2.
Display – Change from the single component display to the multi-component
display. F1 in the single component display.
Measure – Change from menus and
submenus to the single component display of the selected channel. F1.
Status – Change to the menu “Current
measurement parameters” which displays
the most important parameters and infor-
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mation about the status of the current
channel or module. F2 if available. (See
Section 3-4 )
Main – Change from single component
display to the main menu. F3 in the single
component display. (See Section 3-2e)
HOME – Change for various menus to the
main menu. F1.
Channel – Scrolls through the channels
in the same menu. In the main menu and
the single component display menu it
moves between the channels of the connected Analyzers and Analyzer modules.
In the submenus it moves only between
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the channels of the current Analyzer or
Analyzer module. F3 if available, F4 in the
single component display.
the sign from positive to negative if
applicable.
Lock – Changes to the main menu and
locks all three operation levels, if a security code is enabled in the system configuration. F4 in the main menu.
4. Use the ↑ key or the ↓ key change
the entire value, scroll among the
available variables or change the
value of a selected digit or character.
BasicCal – Change from the single component display to the menu “Basic Controls and Setup.” F5 in the single
component display. (See Section 3-40)
5. Use the ← key or the → key to select digits within a number. For
some variables the quantity of digits
or characters can be changed.
MFG Data – Change from the main menu
to the menu “Manufacturing Data” which
displays further submenus with information about the control module and Analyzer module, such as address of the
manufacturer, serial number of the modules and software and hardware versions.
F5 in the main menu. (See Section 3-2e
and Figure 3-7.)
6. Press the ↵ key again to confirm the
new value.
More – Changes to an additional menu
page of the current menu. F3 or F5 if
available.
ESCAPE/Back – Returns to the previous
menu. Usually F2 or F4. When changing
a variable, the previous value is displayed
above the Back button. Pressing the Back
button restores the previous value.
TO2
3. The F2 key changes to “Back…”
and the previous value of the variable shows above it for easy reference. When the variable being
changed is numeric, the F4 key
changes to “+/-“ to allow changing of
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Signal on mini-bargraph – 1:
Signal on mini-bargraph – 2:
Signal on mini-bargraph – 3:
Signal on mini-bargraph – 4:
Measure
Electrolyte level
Temp. current
Range
Sensor current
Back…
Figure 3-3. Changing Variables
d. Starting a Function
Pressing the ↵ key or the → key while a
function line is highlighted will bring up a
confirmation menu as shown below.
Pressing the F2 key will start the function
immediately.
c. Entering & Changing Variables
2. Press the ↵ key and the parameter
will be selected for modification.
16.4 ppm
Displayed concentration digits:
Digits after decimal point:
INFO – Context sensitive help screens for
the current menu.
1. Select the variable line desired to be
changed using the ↑ key or the ↓
key. The selected line will be highlighted white on black.
-- Measurement Display Configuration --
Pressing the F4 key will return to the previous menu page.
TO2
16.4 ppm
-- Confirmation Required –
Do you really want to do this ??
Press “Yes” or “Back…”
Back…
Back…
Figure 3-4. Function Confirmation
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Main menu it is possible to change all operating values of the Analyzer to set up
and control the parameters of measurement, calibration and data transfer.
e. Measure Mode Display
The Measure Mode is the normal mode of
operation. In this mode, the Display will
show the current gas measurement, the
component of interest, the current operations of the softkeys, and several graphics. A bar representing the displayed
concentration is shown as a percent of
fullscale and up to four lines showing user
selectable secondary parameters from
either the Analyzer module or any I/O
module bound to it. See the Platform
manual for information as to how to select
these. The Measure Mode display is
shown in Figure 3-5.
From the Main menu, the F5 key (MFG
Data) will access several submenus
showing the manufacturing and version
data of the Analyzer as shown in Figure
3-7.
Selection from the Main menu:
Measure (F1) – Changes to the single
component display of the current channel.
See Section 3-40.
Status… (F2) – Changes to the “Current
measurement parameters” menu of the
current channel. See Section 3-4 .
If more than one Analyzer module is connected to the system, an additional Run
Mode display will show as many as four
(five for version 2.3 and later) gas measurements on the display screen.
Channel (F3) – Scrolls through all channels of the connected Analyzers and
Analyzer modules.
TO2
37.50
Lock… (F4) – Locks any operating level
by security code.
ppm O2
0.00
Range: 3
Electrolyte level:
MFG Data (F5) – Changes to “Module
Manufacturing Data” menu. See Figure
3-7.
50.00
OK
Temp current:
263 uA 0.0
Range:
100.0
3
Sensor Current:
0.0500 uA 0.0000
100.0000
TO2
Display
Status…
Main…
Channel
37.50 ppm
BasicCal
-- Main Menu -Analyzer basic controls (calibration) & setup…
Figure 3-5. Measure Mode Display
Analyzer and I/O, expert controls & setup…
System configuration and diagnostics…
f.
Main Menu
Pressing Main… (F3) or the → key while
in any single component display will bring
up the Main Menu (Figure 3-6). From the
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Time & Date:
System tag:
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Status…
Channel
Lock…
MFG Data
Figure 3-6. Main Menu Functions
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-- Main Menu --
Analyzer basic controls (calibration) & setup…
Analyzer and I/O, expert controls & setup…
System configuration and diagnostics…
Display controls…
Time & Date:
System tag:
10:30:05 August 10 2001
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Status…
Measure
Channel
Lock…
TO2
MFG Data
37.50 ppm
TO2
Control module manufacturing data…
(C) Copyright Fisher-Rosemount MFG GmbH & Co 2000
Analyzer module manufacturing data…
<<<
Measure
Manufactured by:
Fisher-Rosemount GmbH & Co OHG
Industriestrasse 1
D-63594 Hasselroth / Germany
Tel: (+49) 6055 884-0
FAX: (+49) 6055 884-209
Back…
TO2
>>>
37.50 ppm
Manufactured by:
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4125 East La Palma Avenue
Anaheim, CA 92807-1802 / USA
Tel: (714) 986-7600
FAX: (714) 577-8739
TO2
Serial number:
Manufacturing date:
More…
37.50 ppm
Sensor model:
Measure
CM1
20 08 99
ACU02 R 3.3.2.D Jul 2 1999
3.6 0 / P010
Sep 19 2000
15:30:07
Phrase dictionary version:
Language:
TO2
37.50 ppm
-- Control Module Manufacturing Data --
d985463
29 07 1999
(C) 2001 Fisher-Rosemount
1.13
3.6 0 / P012
Sep 15 2000
14:27:15
Manufactured by:
Rosemount Analytical Inc.
4125 East La Palma Avenue
Anaheim, CA 92807-1802 / USA
Tel: (714) 986-7600
FAX: (714) 577-8739
0-100 ppm STANDARD
Back…
P012/01/00
English
Back…
Measure
-- Analyzer Module Version Information --
Hardware revision:
Software revision:
Revision date:
Revision time:
37.50 ppm
Hardware revision:
Software revision:
Revision date:
Revision time:
Back…
Serial number:
Manufacturing date:
More…
Back…
-- Control Module Version Information --
(C) Copyright Fisher-Rosemount Analytical Inc. 2000
TO2
Or…
Measure
-- Analyzer Module Manufacturing Data --
Measure
37.50 ppm
-- Control Module Manufacturing Data --
-- Module Manufacturing Data --
Measure
Back…
Figure 3-7. Module Manufacturing Data Displays
Selections from the “Module Manufacturing Data” menu (F5):
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Pressing the F1 key during initializing will reset the LCD brightness and contrast to factory
settings (See Section 3-4e). Pressing the F3
key will abort the network initializing, aborting
any connection to other analyzers. In that
case, only the menus of the local analyzer will
be available.
STARTUP & INITIALIZATION
Establish sample or zero gas flow through the
analyzer module at a nominal flow rate of 2
SCFH (1 l/min). Allow gas to flow for 15 to 30
seconds before applying power. Apply power
to the TO2 Analyzer Module.
At the end of the initializing routine the
“measure” screen will display as shown on the
next page. This screen is the access to all
other channels, menus and submenus. The
actual display may differ from that shown depending on any custom configuration as described in Section 3-5e.
After switching on the TO2, the analyzer will
begin its booting procedure which is apparent
on the LCD screen. The first part of the
initialization procedure is a self check of the
software and analyzer components. Various
displays will show the status of the initialization including revision notes, “Initializing network interface,” “Searching for nodes,”
“Querying Module: TO2, 12% Complete,” and
“Calculating bindings.”
(C) 1999 FISHER-ROSEMOUNT Analytical
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Language: P012/01/00
Initializing Network
Initializing network interface
LCDReset
Abort
Figure 3-8. Startup Display
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tration in the sample gas, the longer the
analyzer will take to reach equilibrium.
a. Quick Start
This analyzer module is equipped with a
quick start feature which allows the sensor to begin measuring low ppm oxygen
faster. This feature can be used when the
analyzer is first turned on to decrease the
time required for the sensor to reach
equilibrium. This function is most effective
for gas sample measurements below 100
ppm. To maintain sensor life, it is recommended that this feature be used no more
than two times in any 24 hour period.
To abort the quick start, move the cursor
to the “Exit quick start!” line and press the
↵ key. The quick start process will cease
but another quick start should not be attempted until the “Next quick start possible after:” timer reaches zero. This timer
provides the means to avoid more than
two quick starts in any 24 hour period.
The “Quick Start” function can be accessed from the “Measure” display by
pressing F5 (BasicCal) or from the Main
Menu as follows:
A normal start can take from 2 to 72 hours
depending on the concentration being
measured. The lower the oxygen concen-
TO2
37.50 ppm
-- Main Menu --
Analyzer basic controls (calibration) & setup…
From the Main Menu, move the cursor to
Analyzer basic controls (calibration) &
setup…
Analyzer and I/O, expert controls & setup…
System configuration and diagnostics…
Display controls…
Time & Date:
System tag:
Measure
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Status…
Channel
Lock…
-- Basic Controls and Setup --
Range number:
Range upper limit:
Initiate quick start!
Exit quick start!
Exit Sleep mode!
Status…
37.50 ppm
4
100 ppm
Next quick start possible after:
Quick start timer:
Sleep mode timer:
Operation status:
Measure
MFG Data
35343 s
45 s
2700 s
Normal
Back…
In the Basic controls and Setup menu, move
the cursor to the “Initiate quick start!” line and
press the ↵ key. The analyzer will begin the
quick start function immediately. This process will take about 45 seconds. The “Quick
start timer” will count down this period.
The last measured value is held for the duration of the process to prevent false reading
fluctuations.
Figure 3-9. Initiate Quick Start
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BASIC CONTROLS, SETUP AND STATUS
The following sections describe the basic
control of the analyzer and the viewing of
channel parameters. Examples of stepping
through the menus are shown so that the user
can become familiar with the operation,
keeping in mind that displays and menu
choices may be different depending on actual
analyzer configuration and any customization
of the menus.
a. Analyzer Channel Status
TO2
37.50
ppm O2
0.00
Range: 3
Electrolyte level:
Temp current:
263 uA 0.0
Range:
100.0
3
Sensor Current:
Display
50.00
OK
0.0500 uA 0.0000
Status…
Main…
100.0000
Channel
TO2
BasicCal
37.50 ppm
-- TO2 Analyzer Module Status --
Electrolyte level:
Range and calibration control:
Next quick start possible after:
Operation status:
Ok
Local
0s
Normal
Sensor current:
Sensor temperature:
Sensor model:
Over range:
Power supply voltages…
Measure
0.0500 uA
25.3 ° C
0-100 Standard
No
Back…
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37.50 ppm
-- Power Supply Voltages --
+15V analog:
-15V analog:
+5V digital:
+24V power:
Primary electrode:
Isolated 15V:
Measure
14.9V
-15.0V
5.02V
23.89V
1.31V
OK
If necessary, from the Main menu press F1
“Measure.”
Press F2 to change to the “Analyzer Channel
Status” menu.
Or, from the Main menu press F2 to the
“Analyzer Channel Status” menu.
From the “Analyzer Module Status” menu an
additional submenu is available for “Power
supply voltages..." to check the various voltage levels in the analyzer.
Press the ↵ or → key to access the “Power
supply voltages..." display screen. The tolerance for these voltage is ±10% of nominal.
Press the F4 (Back…) button to return to the
“Analyzer Module Status” menu or the F1
(Measure) button to return to the “Measure”
display screen.
From the “Analyzer Module Status” menu,
press the F2 (Back…) button to go to the
“Main Menu” or press the F1 (Measure) button to return to the “Measure” display screen.
Back…
Figure 3-10. Analyzer Channel Status
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are connected to the Platform, it is possible to display them using the following
steps to change the channel of the single
component display:
b. Single Component Display
The Measure menu that displays after
startup is the Single Component display
of the analyzer. If other analyzer modules
TO2
37.50
ppm O2
0.00
Range: 3
Electrolyte level:
50.00
OK
Temp current:
263 uA 0.0
Range:
600
3
Sensor Current:
0.0500 uA 0.0000
Status…
Display
Main…
100.0000
Channel
BasicCal
MLT/CH1/R2
2.50
% CO2
0.00
Range: 2
Temperature:
37.0 C
Maintenance-Requests:
No
Any-alarms:
No
Operation:
Display
5.00
0.0
Press F4 (Channel) to change to the Single
Component Display of any other installed
Analyzer Modules.
Example:
Changing from TO2 (channel 1) to CO2
(channel 2).
Note: Display may look different depending
on installed analyzers.
Continue pressing F4 to display the desired
channel depending on the installed analyzer
configuration, ultimately returning to the first
channel.
Single component display of the starting
channel.
Ready
Status…
Main…
Channel
BasicCal
TO2
37.50
ppm O2
0.00
Range: 3
Electrolyte level:
Temp current:
263 uA 0
Range:
600
3
Sensor Current:
Display
50.00
OK
0.0500 uA 0.0000
Status…
Main…
100.0000
Channel
BasicCal
Figure 3-11. Single Component Display
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to five using the following steps to change
from the single component display to the
multi component display as follows:
c. Multi Component Display
If other analyzer modules are connected
to the Platform, it is possible to display up
TO2
37.50
ppm O2
0.00
Range: 3
Electrolyte level:
OK
Temp current:
263 uA 0.0
Range:
600
3
Sensor Current:
Display
50.00
0.0500 uA 0.0000
Status…
Main…
TO2
ppm O2
> 37.50
100.0000
Channel
BasicCal
0.00
[3]
50.00
2.50
MLT/CH1
% CO2
0.000
[2]
5.00
95.00
MLT/CH2
ppm CO
0.00
[2]
250.00
150.0
MLTCH3
Ppm NO
0.00
[2] F.S.
150.00
Select
Status…
Tags Off
LCDReset
MLT/CH1/R2
2.50
0.00
Range: 2
Temperature:
Maintenance-Requests:
Any-alarms:
37.0 C
Note: Changing to the multi component display can be done from each single component display.
Each bargraph shows the start and end of
the range for the respective channel. The
number in parentheses indicates the number
of the selected range for that channel. (F.S. =
full scale)
Note: Display may look different depending
on installed analyzers.
Use the F3 key (Tags Off) to turn the analyzer tags on or off.
To select a single channel display in the multi
channel display, enable the select symbol (>)
by pressing the F1 key of the ↓ key.
Then use the ↓ or ↑ key to select the line for
the desired channel. When the desired channel is marked, select it for single component
display by pressing the F1 key.
5.00
0.0
No
No
Operation:
Display
% CO2
From the single channel display (Measure)
press F1 (Display) to change to the Multi
Component Display of all other installed
Analyzer Modules.
Ready
Status…
Main…
Channel
BasicCal
Figure 3-12. Multi Component Display
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d. Basic Controls and Setup
The Basic Controls and Setup menu is
used to set the range, initiate and exit a
quick start and exit the sleep mode.
See section 0 to change the begin and
end concentration values for each of the
four ranges.
TO2
37.50
ppm O2
0.00
Range: 3
Electrolyte level:
OK
Temp current:
263 uA 0.0
Range:
600
3
Sensor Current:
Display
50.00
0.0500 uA 0.0000
Status…
Main…
100.0000
Channel
TO2
-- Basic Controls and Setup -Range number:
Range upper limit:
Initiate quick start!
Exit quick start!
Exit Sleep mode!
Next quick start possible after:
Quick start timer:
Sleep mode timer:
Operation status:
Measure
Status…
BasicCal
From the Measure menu press the F5 key
(BasicCal) to reach the “Basic Controls and
Setup” menu.
Alternately, from the Main menu select the
“Analyzer basic controls (calibration) & setup”
line.
See Section 1-1a for a description of the
quick start process.
Range number:
3
100 ppm
To select one of the four ranges of the TO2
analyzer, Move the cursor to the “Range
number:” line and press the ↵ key. Change
the range number using the ↑ and ↓ keys
and then press the ↵ key again to save the
selection.
0s
45 s
2700 s
Normal
Move the cursor to the “Range upper limit:”
line to see the full scale concentration limit
for the selected range.
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Figure 3-13. Basic Controls and Setup
Sleep Mode
The TO2 analyzer goes into sleep mode if
an over range condition occurs to protect
the sensor. The “Sleep mode timer:”
counts down after sleep mode starts for
the duration of 2700 seconds (45 minutes). To exit sleep mode prematurely,
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move the cursor to the “Exit sleep mode !”
function and press the ↵ key.
Operation Status
This NGS display variable is not functional on the TO2 analyzer and will remain
on “Normal.”
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e. Display Controls
To adjust the display parameters, from
the Main menu choose “Display controls…” as follows:
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-- Main Menu --
Analyzer basic controls (calibration) & setup…
From the Main menu, move the cursor to the
“Display controls…” line and press the ↵ key.
The menu will display as shown below.
Analyzer and I/O, expert controls & setup…
System configuration and diagnostics…
Brightness and Contrast:
Display controls…
Time & Date:
System tag:
Measure
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Status…
Channel
Lock…
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-- Display Controls --
Brightness:
Contrast:
70 %
23 %
Switch automatically to “Measure” after:
30 s
Switch off backlight after:
Never
These controls can be adjusted to accommodate the ambient lighting conditions. The
range of values are 20-100% for brightness
and 1-45% for contrast.
These values can be reset to the defaults
from the Multi Channel display screen (F1
from the “Measure” screen) by pressing F5
(LCDReset). It can also be reset from the
startup screen by pressing F1 (see Figure
3-8).
Back…
Measure
Figure 3-14. Display Controls
NOTE:
It is possible to change the brightness
and contrast values do that the display
is no longer visible. In such case,
press the F1 key twice to change to the
multi component display and then
press the F5 key for LCDReset.
Switch automatically to “Measure” after:
This variable line allows setting of the
delay time before any selected menu
switches back to the Measure screen.
The selectable values are:
5 sec
10 sec
30 sec
1 min
5 min
30 min
Never
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EXPERT CONTROLS AND SETUP
The Expert Controls and Setup menus provide for the configuration of system and network I/O (SIO & DIO), and for the
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-- Main Menu --
Analyzer basic controls (calibration) & setup…
Analyzer and I/O, expert controls & setup…
configuration of various functions on the TO2
analyzer module: To reach the analyzer setup
and controls menu , use the following sequence from the main menu:
From the Main menu, move the cursor to the
“Analyzer and I/O, expert controls & setup…”
line and press the ↵ key. The menu will display as shown below.
System configuration and diagnostics…
Display controls…
Time & Date:
System tag:
Measure
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Status…
Channel
Lock…
MFG Data
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-- Analyzer and I/O Expert Controls and Setup --
Analyzer module controls…
System & network I/O module controls….
Analyzer module setup…
System & network I/O module setup…
Note: Both the “Analyzer Module Controls…”
and “Analyzer Module Setup…” lines activate
the “Analyzer Module Setup and Controls”
menu.
(Note: Controls & setup are identical for MLT/FID)
Channel
Measure
Back…
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-- Analyzer Module Setup and Controls --
Calibration…
Alarms…
Ranges…
Linearization…
Measurement display configuration…
Concentration measurement…
Flow measurement…
Temperature requirements…
Measure
Status…
Select the “Analyzer module control…” line
and press the ↵ key. The “Analyzer Module
Setup and Controls” menu will display as
shown.
Note: Whenever the “Channel” tag appears
above the F3 key, pressing F3 will switch to
any other installed analyzer modules, one
after the other and eventually back to the
TO2 module. When activating any other installed module, the menus will be different
depending on that module. See each module’s manual for a description of those
menus.
Back…
Figure 3-15. Expert Controls and Setup
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a. Calibration Procedure
The TO2 analyzer module is fully factory
calibrated prior to shipment using certified
gas standards. If the analyzer is operated
within its specified operating conditions,
no regular calibration is required. The
zero calibration is very stable and does
not require checking more than once a
year.
Gas Scale Factor
The Gas Scale Factor is used to correct
for background gases other than nitrogen.
When the background of the sample is
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other than nitrogen, the diffusion rate of
oxygen into the sensor changes. By correcting for the background difference, the
diffusion change can be compensated in
software. The GSF can be entered manually or calculated automatically. Calculation of the GSF requires the user to enter
the sample gas composition. In most applications, the GSF is not required. However, some backgrounds exhibit
significantly different diffusion characteristics versus nitrogen (such as helium or
hydrogen) and the GSF may improve
performance.
Set the Gas Scale Factor as follows:
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↓
Analyzer and I/O, expert controls and setup…
↓
Analyzer module controls… (Or Analyzer module setup…)
↓
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Calibration…
Alarms…
Ranges…
Linearization…
Measurement display configuration…
Concentration measurement…
Flow measurement…
Temperature measurement…
Measure
Move the cursor to the “Calibration…” line
and press the ↵ key. The “Calibration” menu
will display as shown below.
Back…
Status…
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-- Calibration --
Gas scale factor…
Move the cursor to the “Gas scale factor…”
line and press the ↵ key. The “Gas Scale
Factor 1/0” menu will display as shown on
the next page.
Reset calibration!
Calibrate to span gas!
Span gas:
Measure
90.0 ppm
Back…
Status…
TO2
-- Gas Scale Factor (1/2) --
Air background gas concentration:
C2H4 background gas concentration:
CO background gas concentration:
CH4 background gas concentration:
N2 background gas concentration:
He background gas concentration:
H2 background gas concentration:
NH3 background gas concentration:
C2H6 background gas concentration:
C3H6 background gas concentration:
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0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
100%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
Move the cursor to the desired line and press
the ↵ key. Then press the ↑ and ↓ keys to
adjust the value and the ← and → keys to
select the digit. Press the ↵ key again to
save the value.
Back…
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-- Gas Scale Factor (2/2) -C4H10 background gas concentration:
C6H14 background gas concentration:
Other background gas concentration:
Other background gas factor:
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
100.0%
Compute new adjusted gas scale factor!
Adjusted gas scale factor:
Scale factor computation result:
Measure
Enter the volumetric percentages of each
component present in the sample gas.
1.00000
OK
To view and adjust additional background
gas components, press the F5 key to display
the second menu.
After all the background gas concentrations
have been entered, move the cursor to the
“Compute new adjusted gas scale factor!”
command and press the ↵ key. The analyzer
will automatically calculate the new gas scale
factor and display the result.
Back…
Figure 3-16. Calibration – Gas Scale Factor
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span calibration of the analyzer module
every 3-4 months. The following procedure illustrates how to initiate a span calibration.
Span Calibration
Depending upon the nature of your application, it may be beneficial to verify the
Main Menu
↓
Analyzer and I/O, expert controls and setup…
↓
Analyzer module controls… (Or Analyzer module setup…)
↓
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-- Analyzer Module Setup and Controls --
Calibration…
Alarms…
Ranges…
Linearization…
Measurement display configuration…
Concentration measurement…
Flow measurement…
Temperature measurement…
Measure
Move the cursor to the “Span gas:” line and
press the ↵ key. Enter the correct span gas
value by using the ↑ and ↓ keys to adjust the
value and the ← and → keys to select the
digit. Press the ↵ key again to save the
value.
Back…
Status…
TO2
Introduce a suitable span gas to the analyzer
and allow the reading to stabilize.
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Gas scale factor…
Move the cursor to the “Calibrate to span
gas!” line and press the ↵ key. The new span
calibration will be calculated.
Reset calibration!
Calibrate to span gas!
Span gas:
Measure
90.0 ppm
Status…
Back…
Figure 3-17. Span Calibration
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b.
Alarms
From the Analyzer Module Setup and
Controls menu, choose Alarms as follows:
Main Menu
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TO2
↓
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-- Analyzer Module Setup and Controls --
Calibration…
Alarms…
Ranges…
Linearization…
Measurement display configuration…
Concentration measurement…
Flow measurement…
Temperature measurement…
Measure
Back…
Status…
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-- Alarms --
Alarm delay:
Concentration alarm setup…
Back…
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-- Concentration Alarm Setup --
Alarm generation is:Re
Level for Low-Low alarm:
Level for Low alarm:
Level for High alarm:
Level for High-High alarm:
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50.0 ppm
100.0 ppm
Low-Low alarm:
Low alarm:
High alarm:
High-High alarm:
Measure
ClrAlm!
Off
On
Off
Off
Back…
Move the cursor to the “Alarms…” line and
press the ↵ key. The “Alarms” menu will display as shown below.
The “Alarm delay” function on the Alarms
menu establishes the time between an exceedance and the triggering of the alarm. It is
adjustable from 0.0 to 30.0 seconds. Move
the cursor to the “Alarm delay:” line and
press the ↵ key. Adjust the value using the ↑
and ↓ keys or select the digit using the ←
and → keys.
Use the F5 (ClrAlm!) key to clear any activated alarms. This should be done only after
the signal has returned to the allowed range
to reset the alarm for new events.
Move the cursor to the “Concentration alarm
setup..” line and press the ↵ key to reach the
“Concentration Alarm Setup” menu as shown
below.
To turn alarms on or off, select the “Alarm
generation is:” line and toggle it between
“On” or “Off.”
Four alarms are available. Select any alarm
and adjust the concentration value for triggering that alarm. Setting an alarm concentration to 0.0 will deactivate that alarm.
The status of the alarms displays below the
line.
Figure 3-18. Alarms
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c. Ranges
From the Analyzer Module Setup and
Controls menu, choose Ranges as follows:
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Calibration…
Alarms…
Ranges…
Linearization…
Measurement display configuration…
Concentration measurement…
Flow measurement…
Temperature measurement…
Measure
The “Actual range number:” line on the
Ranges menu shows the current range number being used and allows changing of the
range. The range values display below the
line.
Back…
Status…
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-- Ranges --
Begin / end of ranges…
Actual range number:
Range and calibration control:
3
Local
Actual begin of range:
Actual end of range:
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-- Begin / End of Ranges --
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Range – 1 begin:
Range – 1 end:
0.0 ppm
10.0 ppm
Range – 2 begin:
Range – 2 end:
0.0 ppm
25.0 ppm
Range – 3 begin:
Range – 3 end:
0.0 ppm
50.0 ppm
Range – 4 begin:
Range – 4 end:
0.0 ppm
100.0 ppm
Measure
Move the cursor to the “Ranges…” line and
press the ↵ key. The “Ranges” menu will display as shown below.
Back…
The “Range and calibration control:” function
establishes the authority for setting the analyzer range and starting calibration. The
choices are:
Local: The range and calibration are controlled from the local platform. This is the
normal mode of operation using the menus.
Program I/O module: The range and calibration are controlled by the programmable
I/O board.
Inputs I/O module: The range and calibration are controlled by the DIO digital inputs.
Move the cursor to the Begin/end of ranges..”
line and press the ↵ key to reach the “Begin /
End of Ranges” menu as shown.
Select any desired line and press the ↵ key
to change any of the values using the ↑ and
↓ keys or the ← and → keys to select a digit.
Figure 3-19. Ranges
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d. Linearization
e. Measurement Display Configuration
Linearization is only performed when the
sensor is changed. See section 4-3 below.
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-- Analyzer Module Setup and Controls --
Calibration…
Alarms…
Ranges…
Linearization…
Measurement display configuration…
Concentration measurement…
Flow measurement…
Temperature measurement…
Measure
TO2
Back…
Status…
The first two lines allow for setting the concentration value displayed precision and
number of digits.
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Displayed concentration digits:
Digits after decimal point:
6
2
Module identification tag:
TO2
Signal on mini-bargraph – 1:
Signal on mini-bargraph – 2:
Signal on mini-bargraph – 3:
Signal on mini-bargraph – 4:
Electrolyte level
Temp current
Range
Sensor current
Back…
Measure
Move the cursor to the “Measurement display
configuration…” line and press the ↵ key.
The “Measurement Display Configuration”
menu will be displayed.
The “Module identification tag:” line set the
displayed neumonic for the analyzer on all
display screens. Select the line and press the
↵ key to change the values using the ← and
→ keys to select a digit and then the ↑ and ↓
keys to change the value. The values will
scroll through all numbers and upper and
lowercase letters.
Figure 3-20. Measurement Display Configuration
The “Signal on mini-bargraph” lines are
used to set various status values that can
display on the four lines available on the
single component (Measure) display. Se-
lect a line and press the ↵ key. To change
the value use the ↑ and ↓ keys. The values will scroll through the allowable selections as follows:
Electrolyte level
Displays “OK” or “Low.”
Range
Displays the range number from 1 to 4.
Sample flow
Displays the sample flow rate in ml/min with a bargraph.
Sensor current
Displays the sensor current in uA with a bargraph.
Temp. current
Displays the heater current in uA with a bargraph.
Sensor temp.
Displays the sensor temperature in °C with a bargraph.
Validity
Not functional on the TO2.
Operation status
Not functional on the TO2.
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Concentration Measurement
Gas measurement units:
This menu establishes several features
and parameters of the concentration
measurement and display. The values on
this menu are not usually changed.
ppm
Parts per million.
mg/Nm3
Reading adjusted by the
conversion factor below.
ppb
Parts per billion.
%
Percent should only be
used for higher range sensor models.
Main Menu
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Analyzer and I/O, expert controls and setup…
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-- Analyzer Module Setup and Controls --
Calibration…
Alarms…
Ranges…
Linearization…
Measurement display configuration…
Concentration measurement…
Flow measurement…
Temperature measurement…
Measure
Status…
Back…
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-- Concentration Measurement --
Gas concentration units:
Sensor model:
Clamp low PVA at 0.02:
ppm
0-100 ppm Standard
No
Ppm to mg/Nm3 conversion factor:
1.00
Lower explosion limit (LEL):
Upper explosion limit (UEL):
0./00%
0./00%
Upper O2-current range:
Measure
100
Back…
Figure 3-21. Concentration Measurement
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Sensor model:
Clamp low PVA to 0.02:
Adjustable for both “Standard” and “Stabel” models in the following ranges:
This parameter is used for very low oxygen concentration levels where the sensor current may be unstable about zero.
Normally this would be set to “No.”
0-50 ppm
0-100 ppm
ppm to mg/Nm3 conversion
factor:
0-500 ppm
The ppm to mg/Nm3 conversion factor in
the range of 1 to 100000. The conversion
factor depends on the sample gas used.
0-1000 ppm
0-5000 ppm
0-10000 ppm
0-5%
0-10%
The parameters are used for the CLD and
PMD modules and do not apply to the
TO2 They should both be set at 0.00%.
Temperature compensation at
span gas:
0-25%
The “Stabel” sensor model contains a
special electrolyte that is less susceptible
to small concentrations of acids in the
sample stream.
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This parameter is used to set the upper
temperature limit for the sensor which can
occur at the upper range of oxygen concentration. The range is 10-1000 and the
default setting is 100. When the temperature exceeds this level the module
goes into sleep mode.
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g. Flow Measurement
Sample flow should be maintained within
a range suitable for the desired accuracy.
See Effect of Flow in Section 1-5a.
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-- Analyzer Module Setup and Controls --
Calibration…
Alarms…
Ranges…
Linearization…
Measurement display configuration…
Concentration measurement…
Flow measurement…
Temperature measurement…
Measure
Status…
Back…
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-- Flow Measurement --
Flow lower limit:
Flow upper limit:
400 ml/min
1500 ml/min
Set the upper and lower alarm limits for sample
flow as desired.
The actual flow rate displays below the line.
Sample flow:
Measure
956 ml/min
Back…
Figure 3-22. Flow Measurement
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h. Temperature Measurement
Used to set the temperature display units.
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-- Analyzer Module Setup and Controls --
Calibration…
Alarms…
Ranges…
Linearization…
Measurement display configuration…
Concentration measurement…
Flow measurement…
Temperature measurement…
Measure
Back…
Status…
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-- Temperature Measurement --
Temperature measurement units:
°C
Set the upper and lower alarm limits for sample
flow as desired.
The actual flow rate displays below the line.
Sensor temperature current:
Sensor temperature:
Measure
789 uA
35.7 °C
Back…
Figure 3-23. Temperature Measurement
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SYSTEM & NETWORK I/O MODULE CONTROLS (SETUP)
This menu provides access to several submenus for setting parameters of the SIO (Signal Input/Output) and DIO (Digital
Input/Output) of the analyzer.
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-- Analyzer and I/O Expert Controls and Setup --
Analyzer module controls…
System & network I/O module controls…
Analyzer module setup…
System & network I/O module setup…
(Note: Controls & setup are identical for MLT/FID)
Channel
Measure
Back…
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-- System & Network I/O Module Controls --
System SIO module…
System DIO module…
Measure
Press the ↵ or → keys to change to the desired
submenu.
If there is no SIO module installed in the analyzer, a corresponding message will be displayed
instead of the menu.
<<<
Back…
>>>
Figure 3-24. System & Network I/O Module Controls
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eral configuration of the SIO board is
contained in its own manual.
a. System SIO
This menu provides submenus for setting
up the output configurations of the SIO
signals. The SIO board can contain 2 to 8
analog outputs, a serial interface (RS232
or RS485), and three relay outputs. Gen-
If the SIO board is installed in the analyzer, the line “Module installed:” must be
set to “Yes.”
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-- Analyzer and I/O Expert Controls and Setup --
Analyzer module controls…
System & network I/O module controls…
Analyzer module setup…
System & network I/O module setup…
(Note: Controls & setup are identical for MLT/FID)
Channel
Measure
Back…
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-- System & Network I/O Module Controls --
System SIO module…
System DIO module…
Select a line with the ↑ or ↓ keys.
Measure
<<<
Back…
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>>>
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-- System SIO Module --
Analog output setup…
Select the variable parameter with the ↑ or ↓
keys.
Confirm the new value with the Enter ↵ key or
cancel and return to the last value with the F2
key.
Serial interface setup…
Relay outputs setup…
Module installed:
Measure
Select the variable or change to the submenu
with the ↵ or → keys.
Yes
Back…
The “Module installed:” parameter is set to “Yes”
or “No” depending on whenter or not the SIO
module is installed.
Figure 3-25. System SIO Module
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turn to the previous menu automatically
and the selected reference channel will be
displayed in the “Source module:” line.
b. Analog Output Setup
In the System SIO Module menu (Figure
3-25), select Analog output setup…
Choose signal
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-- Analog Output Setup -Output number:
Choose signal source module…
Choose signal…
Signal value for 0% output:
Signal value for 100% output:
Output current:
Hold output during calibration:
Signal name:
Current signal value:
Source module:
Measure
Back…
1
0.00
100.00
0…20 mA
No
Sample flow
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More…
Select the “Signals” submenu by selecting the “Choose signal…” line and pressing the ↵ key.
Note: the parameters “Operation status”
and “Validity” are not functional on the
TO2. The list of signals will depend on the
module chosen.
TO2
Select analog output number
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-- Signals --
Choose the desired analog output (1-8) to
set the parameters. The number of outputs depends on the analyzer configuration as 2, 4, 6, or 8.
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-- Analog Output Setup --
Output number:
Choose signal source module…
Choose signal…
Signal value for 0% output:
Signal value for 100% output:
Output current:
Hold output during calibration:
Signal name:
Current signal value:
Source module:
Measure
1
0.00
100.00
0…20 mA
No
Sample flow
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Back…
TO2
Measure
<<<
Back…
TO2
>>>
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-- Signals -Primary variable
Pr
More…
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-- Analyzer Modules -TO2 1.0
MLT/CH1
MLT/CH2
MLT/CH3
Measure
Sensor temp
Temp current
Sensor current
Sample flow
Range
Electrolyte level
Operation status
Validity
<<<
Back…
>>>
<<<
Back…
>>>
Press the F5 key to go to a further menu
to choose the Primary Variable signal for
the analog output. The Primary Variable is
the actual oxygen concentration.
The signal chosen here will be applied to
the analog output (1-8) chosen above.
Choose the analyzer module
Select the “Analyzer Modules” submenu
by selecting the “Choose signal source
module…” line and pressing the ↵ key.
Select the tag of the desired reference
channel with the ↑ or ↓ keys and then
press the ↵ or → key. The display will re-
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analog output may exhibit excessive
noise.
Signal value for 0% (100%) output
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Output current
-- Analog Output Setup -Output number:
Choose signal source module…
Choose signal…
Signal value for 0% output:
Signal value for 100% output:
Output current:
Hold output during calibration:
Signal name:
Current signal value:
Source module:
Measure
1
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-- Analog Output Setup --
0.00
100.00
0…20 mA
No
Sample flow
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Back…
More…
Output number:
Choose signal source module…
Choose signal…
Signal value for 0% output:
Signal value for 100% output:
Output current:
Hold output during calibration:
Signal name:
Current signal value:
Source module:
Measure
It is possible to set the signal value for 0%
output and for 100% output so as to output only a portion of the entire range.
Example:
1
0.00
100.00
0…20 mA
No
Sample flow
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Back…
More…
Select the desired output range in the
“Output current:” line. The options are
0…20 mA or 4…20 mA.
Hold output during calibration
Range from 0 to 1000 ppm
TO2
0% value to be 400 ppm, 100%
value to be 700 ppm.
Analog output normally: 0V = 0
ppm, 10v = 1000 ppm
After changing the output scaling:
0V = 400 ppm, 10V = 700 ppm
Change to the “Signal value for 0% output:” line and adjust the value to 400.
Then change to the “Signal value for
100% output:” line and adjust the value to
700.
NOTE:
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Output number:
Choose signal source module…
Choose signal…
Signal value for 0% output:
Signal value for 100% output:
Output current:
Hold output during calibration:
Signal name:
Current signal value:
Source module:
Measure
1
0.00
100.00
0…20 mA
No
Sample flow
8.60
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Back…
More…
Enable this option to hold the analog output to the last value during calibration.
Pressing the F5 (More…) key changes to
the submenus “Output Signal if Assigned
Module Fails” and “Fine Adjustment.”
If the measurement range is changed,
the settings done in this menu will revert back to the standard values of the
range. The output values can be
changed permanently in the menu
“Begin and End of Ranges.” See section 0.
NOTE:
The signal range of the analog output
should not be less than the smallest
range of the channel. Otherwise the
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Output(s) value on analyzer
failure
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-- Output Signal if Assigned Module Fails --
Output(s) value on analyzer failure:
BeginOfRange – 10%
-- Fine Adjustment –
Output number:
Operation mode:
Fine adjustment for 0% output:
Fine adjustment for 100% output:
1
Normal
4096
819
Measure
More…
Back…
Choose the desired signal level to cause
a failure condition. The choices are:
Actual
Adjust 0V: Used to set the display equal
to the analog output for 0V and 0 mA. Life
zero signals (4-20 mA and 2-10V) are set
automatically and cannot be adjusted.
Adjust 10V: Used to set the display equal
to the analog output for 10V and 20 mA.
Select the “Fine adjustment for 0% output” and/or “Fine adjustment for 100%
output” lines with the ↵ or → key. Adjust
to the desired value with the ↑ or ↓ key
and confirm with the ↵ key. The range of
values are:
BeginOfRange
3000 to 6000 for 0% (default 4096)
EndOfRange
600 to 1000 for 100% (default 819)
BeginOfRange-10%
The last three lines of the “Analog Output
Setup” menu are display only for configuration values of the analog output.
BeginOfRange+10%
Output number
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Signal name: The name of the signal chosen in the “Choose signal”
menu.
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-- Output Signal if Assigned Module Fails --
Output(s) value on analyzer failure:
BeginOfRange – 10%
-- Fine Adjustment –
Output number:
Operation mode:
Fine adjustment for 0% output:
Fine adjustment for 100% output:
1
Normal
4096
819
Measure
More…
Back…
Current signal value: The current
value of the variable.
Source module: The name of the
module chosen in the “Choose signal source module” menu.Pressing
the F5 (More…) key changes to the
submenu “Special Scaling for Concentration Signal.”
Choose the output number (1-8) for setting the fine adjustment.
Operation mode
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-- Output Signal if Assigned Module Fails --
Output(s) value on analyzer failure:
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-- Fine Adjustment –
Output number:
Operation mode:
Fine adjustment for 0% output:
Fine adjustment for 100% output:
1
Normal
4096
819
Measure
More…
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Back…
This menu allows for the setting of each
of the 8 outputs to be the same as the
range limits “Yes” or as set on the previous menus.
See section 3-5c for setting the range limits.
Pressing F5 (More…) changes to the
submenu “Special Scaling for Concentration Signal”.
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Special Scaling for Concentration Signal
TO2
From menu System SIO Module (Figure
3-25), select Serial interface setup…
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-- Special Scaling for Concentration Signal -(Scaling is the same as range limits)
Output #1:
Output #2:
Output #3:
Output #4:
Output #5:
Output #6:
Output #7:
Output #8:
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Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
More…
Back…
Measure
-- Serial Interface Setup --
Measure
This menu allows for the setting of each
of the 8 outputs to be the same as the
range limit “Yes” or as set on the previous
menus.
See Section 3-5c, Ranges for setting the
range limits.
Pressing F5 (More…) changes to the
submenu Analog Output Updates per
Second.
Back…
In this menu, the parameters for data
transfer between the analyzer and external devices are set. The choices in this
menu depend on the configuration of the
analyzer. The full specification of the serial interface is described in its own manual.
Baud rate: 300, 1200, 2400, 4800,
9600, 19200
Data bits: 7, 8
Stop bits: 1, 2
Parity: None, Even, Odd
Analog Output Updates Per
Second
Echo mode: Enabled, Disabled
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-- Analog Output Updates per Second -Output #1:
Output #2:
Output #3:
Output #4:
Output #5:
Output #6:
Output #7:
Output #8:
Measure
19200
8
1
None
Disabled
Xon/Xoff
0
RS232
AK
Options:
Pressing the F5 (More…) key changes to
the submenu “Analog Output Updates per
Second.”
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Baud rate:
Data bits:
Stop bits:
Parity:
Echo mode:
Handshake:
Transmission delay:
Type of installed serial interface:
Communication protocol:
Special protocol definitions…
Handshake: None, Xon/Xoff
Transmission delay: 0…100.
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Back…
Type of installed serial interface:
RS232
RS485/2w
RS485/4w
RS485/4w bus
This menu allows for the setting of the
update rate for each of the 8 outputs.
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open) or NC (normally closed). Full details
of the SIO board are contained in its own
manual.
Communication protocol:
AK
MODBUS RTU
The three lines displayed at the bottom of
the “Relay Outputs Setup” menu show the
current status of the selected relay output.
None (not applicable to TO2)
NOTE:
The “special protocol definitions…”
line accesses a submenu for setting
the parameters of the AK and MODBUS
TRU communication protocols.
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Signal name: The signal chosen from the
“Choose Signal” menu.
Actual status: The current status of the
singal; Off or On.
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-- AK Protocol Definitions --
Device address (RS-485 only):
Signal comes from: The module chosen
from the “Choose Source Module” menu.
1
Output number:
Corresponds to the relay number 1-3.
Invert signal:
“Disabled” signal is normal, “Enabled”
signal is inverted.
Back…
Measure
Choose source module..
The value can range from 1 to 50.
Brings up menu shown below.
d. Relay Outputs Setup
From menu System SIO Module (Figure
3-25), select Relay outputs setup…
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-- Relay Outputs Setup --
Output number:
Invert signal:
Choose source module…
Choose signal…
Signal comes from:
Signal name:
Actual status:
Measure
1
Disabled
Control Module
Failure
Off
Measure
<<<
Back…
>>>
Choose desired source module for the
relay output number (1-3) being configured.
Back…
Select the “Configuration of relay outputs…” line in the “Local SIO Configuration Parameters” menu to change to the
submenu “Relay Output Setup” to attach
signals to the relay outputs.
The list of modules will depend on the installed modules.
There are three relays on the SIO board.
The contact logic can be set with a jumper
on the SIO board to select NO (normally
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Choose signal…
Brings up menu shown below.
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-- Choose Signal -Function control
Maintenance request
Failure
Cal. In progress
Zero in progress
Span in progress
Zero failed
Span failed
Back…
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Choose desired source module for the
relay output number (1-3) being configured.
The list of modules will depend on the installed modules.
e. System DIO
Selecting “System DIO module…” from
the “System & Network I/O Module Controls” menu (Figure 3-25) provides submenus for setting up the output
configurations of the DIO signals. The
DIO board is comprised of 8 digital inputs
and 24 digital outputs. Functions of supported analyzer modules can be attached
to each input and a signal to each output.
Further detailed information about the
DIO board is contained in its own manual.
If there is no DIO module installed in the
analyzer, a corresponding message will
be displayed instead of the menu.
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-- System DIO --
Input number:
Output number:
Choose module…
Choose signal…
Invert signal:
Module status:
Slot ID:
Signal name:
Signal level:
Signal comes from:
Measure
1
1
No
???
???
???
000.0
???
Back…
For detailed information on the installation
and setup of the DIO module, see the
NGA 2000 Platform manual p/n 760006.
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATION AND DIAGNOSTICS
This menu and its submenus provides for
setup of the system parameters for the platform. The menu is accessed from the Main
Menu.
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-- Main Menu --
Analyzer basic controls (calibration) & setup…
Analyzer and I/O, expert controls & setup…
System configuration and diagnostics…
Display controls…
Time & Date:
System tag:
Status…
Measure
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Channel
Lock…
MFG Data
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-- System Configuration & Diagnostics --
System calibration…
Diagnostic menus…
Load/Save configuration (CMMCA)…
Date and time…
Security codes…
Network module management…
System reset…
System tag:
Measure
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Back…
Figure 3-26. System Configuration and Diagnostics
The following is a short overview of the contents of the menus:
System calibration…
Not used in this module
Sending or loading of analyzer configuration
data by the serial interface
Date and time…
Date and time setup of the analyzer
Security codes…
Diagnostic menus…
Control module diagnostics…
Setup of security codes for the different operating levels
Not used in this module
Network module management…
Analyzer module diagnostics…
Software error messages
Loading/saving configuration parameters…
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System reset…
System reset and re-initializing of the analyzer
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Load/Save Module Configuration
a. Diagnostic Menus
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-- Diagnostics Menus -TO2
Control module diagnostics…
Analyzer module diagnostics…
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-- Load/Save Configuration (CM/MCA) --
Send configuration to seral interface!
Load configuration from serial interface!
- BE CAREFUL with this function <<<
Measure
Back…
>>>
This menu has two submenus for viewing
and resetting any software errors.
The “Control module diagnostics” menu is
not applicable to this analyzer model.
Analyzer Module Diagnostics
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Last message:
And:
And:
And:
And:
And:
And:
And:
Edit to reset:
Software error code (1=no error):
Measure
No error
No error
No error
No error
No error
No error
No error
No error
Report
1
Back…
Replace current configuration with factory settings!
Back…
Measure
This menu provides several functions to
send or load configuration data of the
analyzer through the serial interface.
These functions are only available if an
SIO with serial interface is installed.
NOTE:
When loading configuration data all of
the current configuration in the memory will be overwritten.
This function allows the setting of flow
units for the current channel and provides
a display of the actual flow of the channel.
Send configuration to serial interface !
This menu displays any software error
messages of the analyzer.
Options:
Make a note of the error message.
Reset the message: Press the ↵ or → key
in the “Edit to reset:” line. Choose “Reset”
with the ↑ or ↓ key and confirm with the ↵.
The error messages will disappear if the
cause of the error no longer exists and
the tag “Report” will appear. If the error
message remains, contact customer
service.
The configuration data in memory will be
sent through the serial interface of the
analyzer to an external computer or other
device.
Load configuration data from serial interface !
Configuration data will be loaded into
memory from an external computer or
other device through the serial interface of
the analyzer. The current configuration in
memory will be overwritten.
Replace current configuration with factory
settings !
Deletes the configuration in memory and
re-establishes the factory default setting
from the Flash-EPROM.
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Date and Time
CAUTION.
This menu is used to set the date, time
and format for the analyzer.
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If a security code is lost or forgotten, there
is no possibility of entering the locked security level.
-- Date and Time -Minutes:
Hours:
Year:
Day:
Month:
0
12
2000
1
2
Network updating:
Current time:
Enabled
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Measure
Set!
Setting the code numbers:
Enter the submenu for the desired security level to set the PIN. The default values are:
Basic level: 12345
Expert level: 54321
System level: 12345
Back…
Select a line with the ↑ or ↓ keys.
Press the ↵ or → keys to select the parameter.
Select any digit with the ← or → key and
set a new value with the ↑ or ↓ key.
Network updating:
Not used with this model.
Example:
Set up a new date or time:
Set the “Minutes,” “Hours,” “Year,” “Day,”
or “Month” lines and make any desired
adjustments. Press the F3 key to set the
new time and date.
The “Current time” line will change to reflect the new time and date set.
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-- Security Codes --
Basic level security:
Disabled
Expert level security:
Disabled
System level security:
Disabled
Define basic level security PIN…
Define expert level security PIN…
Define system level security PIN…
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-- Define Basic Level Security PIN --
Press five softkeys in any order to define the PIN
‘
The actual PIN is represented by the order in which they are
pressed, and shown numerically below.
Press the left arrow key when you are done.
Actual PIN:
12345
FGHIJ2
KLMNO3
PQRST4
UVWXYZ5
Press the ← key to return to the “Security
setup” menu.
Enable the security code
Select the desired security level line to
enable. Change the parameter to “Enabled.”
CAUTION.
Back…
This menu is used to set the security
codes for the three levels of security.
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Use the function keys F1 to F5 to enter
the numerical security code in the desired
sequence. The numbers will appear in the
“Actual PIN” line as they are entered. The
characters displayed on the function keys
cannot be entered as code numbers.
If System level is enabled, it will not be
possible to re-enter the Security Setup and
change back to Disabled without the code.
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Entering a level locked by security
code
For example, return to the Main Menu by
pressing the F4 key twice.
Attempt to enter an enabled level by
choosing the menu line. A new menu will
appear requesting entry of the security
code. Enter the correct code using the
correct sequence of function keys. The
asterisk (*) symbol will appear for each
entry.
If the code is incorrect, the message
“Ready” will appear in the line and access
to the locked level is prevented. If the
code is correct, the display will change to
the locked level after the last digit of the
correct code is entered.
System Reset
Resets the analyzer to the initializing
mode which is the same as switching the
power off and then on.
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-- System Reset --
Basic level security:
Disabled
Are you sure???
System reset!
Measure
Back…
NOTE
Once a locked security level has been
entered, it will remain unlocked even
after exiting to a different security
level. To protect the level, press the F4
(Lock..) key in the Main Menu after returning from the locked level.
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SECTION 4
MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE
4-1
OVERVIEW
The TO2 Analyzer Module requires very little
maintenance during normal operation.
DANGER.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Operate this equipment only when covers
are 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 module must be connected to a
properly grounded three-wire source of
electrical power.
The sensor in the TO2 utilizes a liquid electrolyte. When measuring dry gases, it may be
necessary to replenish the liquid by adding
distilled or deionized water.
POSSIBLE EXPLOSION HAZARD
The sensor is designed to hold at least 100 cc
of electrolyte. Typically, bone dry sample gas
can extract approximately 5-10 cc of water per
month from the sensor. It is recommended to
check the electrolyte level every 3-4 months
to assure that the electrolyte level is within the
acceptable operating limits as indicated by the
label on the reservoir section of the sensor.
This equipment is not designed and
should not be used in the analysis of
flammable samples. Use of this equipment
in this way could result in explosion and
death.
The TO2 analyzer module is equipped with a
low electrolyte alarm which indicates when
replenishment of the sensor is required.
Please refer to the Platform manual for details
on configuring alarms.
DANGER.
WARNING.
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SENSOR
HIGH PRESSURE GAS CYLINDERS
CAUTION.
This analyzer requires use of pressurized
gas. See General Precautions for Handling
and Storing High Pressure Cylinders page
P-3.
CAUSTIC LIQUID
Electrolyte is a caustic solution. Review
the Material Safety Data Sheet in the rear
of this manual.
WARNING.
PARTS INTEGRITY
Tampering or unauthorized substitution of
components may adversely affect safety of
this product. Use only factory documented components for repair.
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label. Be careful not to spill water,
splash electrolyte or overfill sensor.
CAUTION.
REFILLING SENSOR
5. Replace the sensor cover securely.
When refilling the sensor, only use distilled or deionized water. Do not use electrolyte or tap water as they can cause
damage to the sensor. Take care not to
overfill.
6. Replace the top cover of the analyzer module.
If the electrolyte alarm is activated but the
sensor shows sufficient electrolyte, the
electrolyte may have been contaminated
by substances present in the sample
which are chemically incompatible with
the sensor or electrolyte. If this should
occur, the electrolyte must be drained and
replaced with fresh electrolyte.
a. Refilling
To add water:
1. Remove the top cover of the analyzer module.
2. Unscrew the black sensor cover.
Refer to Section 4-2b for the proper procedure for replacing electrolyte.
3. Slide the cover back just enough to
allow the neck of the fill bottle to fit
into the sensor reservoir.
Several other components may require
replacement. These are discussed in the
following sections.
4. Add distilled or deionized water using the fill bottle provided with the
analyzer module. Fill to approximately midway between the min and
max level indicators on the sensor
Sensor Cover
TOP VIEW
Indicator,
Electrolyte Level
Enclosure
Back Wall
Sensor Reservoir
Mounting Screws
(2 places)
SIDE VIEW
Mounting Screws
(3 places)
Flow Sensor
Figure 4-1. Sensor Assembly
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b. Electrolyte Replacement
Before replacing the electrolyte, be sure
to turn off and disconnect all gas connections to the analyzer module. Turn off or
disconnect the power to the analyzer
module.
7. Refill the Sensor with electrolyte as
instructed in Section 4-2b.
8. Reinstall the Sensor Assembly and
reconnect J5 and J6 to the power
board.
c. Sensor Replacement
To replace the Sensor electrolyte:
CAUTION.
CAUSTIC LIQUID
Electrolyte is a caustic solution. Review the Material Safety Data Sheet in
the rear of this manual.
1. Remove the Analyzer Module from
its mounting location and place on a
sturdy work surface. Be careful not
to tilt the module from its horizontal
position as the Sensor contains liquid that can spill.
2. Remove the cover of the Analyzer
Module and locate the 5 mounting
screws that hold the Sensor Assembly onto the Analyzer Module
chassis (see Figure 4-1). Remove
the 5 screws and retain. Do not lose
the screws - they have metric
threads.
3. Disconnect the Sensor signal connector (J5) and the Flow Sensor
connector (J6) from the power
board.
4. Remove the complete Sensor Assembly from the Analyzer Module.
5. Remove the black sensor cover and
invert the Sensor Assembly over a
suitable receptacle.
6. Flush the Sensor twice with deionized water. Dispose of the discarded electrolyte and rinse water in
accordance with National, Federal,
State and Local regulations.
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If the Sensor cannot be regenerated by
the addition of water or the replacement
of electrolyte, or if the Sensor shows
signs of leakage, it may be necessary to
replace the Sensor. Obtain a replacement
sensor from the factory. Prior to installation of a new Sensor, perform the leak
check described in Section 4-2d.
To replace the Sensor:
1. Remove the Sensor Assembly and
remove the electrolyte as described
in Section 4-2b.
2. Reinstall the black sensor cover to
catch any residual electrolyte.
3. Invert the Sensor Assembly and locate the four (4) mounting screws
which hold the Sensor to the Sensor
Assembly mounting plate. Remove
and retain the four screws.
4. Install replacement Sensor in reverse order.
5. Check Sensor for leaks and add
electrolyte as described in Section
3-5d.
6. Reinstall Sensor Assembly in Analyzer Module and reconnect J5 and
J6 to the power board.
After installation of new Sensor, it will be
necessary to load new linearization data
as described in Section 4-3.
d. Sensor Lleak Check
Before adding electrolyte to the Sensor, it
is recommended to check the Sensor for
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possible leakage caused by damage in
shipment.
1. If not already removed from the
analyzer, remove the top cover of
the analyzer module and locate and
remove the five mounting screws
which hold the Sensor Assembly
(Sensor, flowmeter, plumbing) to the
module. Care should be taken not
to lose the screws as they have
metric threads.
2. Carefully lift out the Sensor Assembly. Place on a flat surface and remove the black Sensor cover by
unscrewing clockwise.
3. Refill the the Sensor per Section 42a, steps 2 through 5.
4. Allow the Sensor to stand for approximately 15 minutes, then check
for leaks around the base of the
reservoir, at seams and corners.
5. If a leak is found, drain the Sensor.
Contact the factory before proceeding.
6. If no leaks are detected drain the
Sensor, refill with one bottle of electrolyte. Use the entire contents of
the bottle.
NOTE
Do not add water. The volumn and
concentration of the bottled electrolyte
is pre-measured.
7. Reinstall the black Sensor cover
and carefully install the Sensor into
the Analyzer Module.
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LINEARIZATION
After installation of a new Sensor, it will be
necessary to load the new calibration data
supplied with the Sensor.
NOTE
It is not necessary to load linearization data on a new analyzer which
has been filled with electrolyte. The
data is pre-loaded at the factory.
The data supplied with the new Sensor and
must be entered exactly as shown the the Senosr data sheet.
From the Main Menu
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-- Main Menu --
Analyzer basic controls (calibration) & setup…
Analyzer and I/O expert controls & setup…
System configuration and diagnostics…
Display controls…
Time & Date:
System tag:
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Status…
Channel
Lock…
MFG Data
Slect Analyzer and I/O expert controls &
setup…
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-- Analyzer and I/O Expert Controls and Setup --
Analyzer module controls…
System & network I/O module controls…
Analyzer module setup…
System & network I/O module setup…
(Note: Controls & setup are identical for MLT/FID)
Measure
Channel
Back…
Select Analyzer module controls… or Analyzer module setup…
NOTE
Do not tilt Sensor excessively as electrolyte may leak.
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-- Linearization Set Point Values --
-- Analyzer Module Setup and Controls -Y1:
Y2:
Y3:
Y4:
Calibration…
Alarms…
Ranges…
Linearization…
Measurement display configuration…
Concentration measurement…
Flow measurement…
Temperature measurement…
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Back…
Select Linearization…
Back…
Enter the data for each set point value.
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Return to the previous menu (Back…)
-- View & Modify Linearization Table -TO2
Linearization raw values (sensor current)…
Linearization set point values (ppm values)…
Linearization temperature values…
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-- View & Modify Linearization Table --
Linearization raw values (sensor current)…
Linearization set point values (ppm values)…
Linearization temperature values…
Load linearization data!
Load linearization data!
Measure
Back…
Select Linearization raw values (sensor current)…
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Select Linearization temperature values…
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-- Linearization Raw Values -X1:
X2:
X3:
X4:
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-- Linearization Temperature Values --
0.3828 uA
3.0400 uA
20.9300 uA
193.000 uA
Measure
Back…
Back…
25.0 °C
25.0 °C
25.0 °C
25.0 °C
Measure
Enter the data for each raw value point.
Return to the previous menu (Back…)
TO2
T1:
T2:
T3:
T4:
37.50 ppm
-- View & Modify Linearization Table --
Linearization raw values (sensor current)…
Linearization set point values (ppm values)…
Linearization temperature values…
Load linearization data!
Back…
Enter the data for each temperature value
point..
Return the the previous menu (Back…)
TO2
37.50 ppm
-- View & Modify Linearization Table --
Linearization raw values (sensor current)…
Linearization set point values (ppm values)…
Linearization temperature values…
Load linearization data!
Measure
Back…
Measure
Select Linearization set point values (ppm
values)…
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Back…
Select Load linearization data! press enter.
The new data is now loaded into the analyzer
and accurate measurements can be obtained.
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FLOW SENSOR REPLACEMENT
See Figure 1-2 for Flow Sensor location. To
replace Flow Sensor, remove all connecting
hardware and undo connections to the sample
line. The Flow Sensor is mounted to the Sensor Assembly mounting plate by two screws.
Be sure to install the new Flow Sensor with
the flow indication toward the outlet.
4-5
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS
a. Fuses
Remove power to the Analyzer Module
prior to fuse replacement. To replace the
Power Fuse, locate the fuse cover on the
front panel of the Analyzer Module, as
shown partially in Figure 2-4. Push and
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turn the fuseholder cover 1/4 turn counterclockwise. Remove and replace the
fuse as required. There are no other
fuses in the Analyzer Module.
b. Printed Circuit Boards
All three printed circuit boards can be replaced, if necessary. Refer to Figure 1-2
for location of the Power, Network and
Computer Boards.
To remove any PCB, disconnect the associated cables first. Tag each connector
and its location before disconnecting any
wiring. This helps in reassembly. The
Power board and Computer board are located on a common bracket.
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SECTION 5
TROUBLESHOOTING
5-1
TROUBLESHOOTING
The following provides a short list of common
troubleshooting tips. Additional information is
contained in the Platform Manual.
a. Failure to purge down to ppm levels
Prior to conducting any changes to the
system, try running a quick start sequence (see section 3.4) to see if the
oxygen reading goes lower. If the reading
does decrease, the sensor has not been
allowed sufficient time to consume the
dissolved oxygen in the electrolyte. If the
reading continues to read high a leak may
exist in the sample lines. The number
one problem associated with trace oxygen
analyzer installation is the occurrence of
leaks in your sample plumbing. If the
oxygen reading will not come down to
ppm levels or is reading higher than expected, the sample plumbing prior to the
instrument may have a leak. A quick
check can be conducted by observing the
oxygen reading at two different flow levels; 0.5 and 2.0 scfh. If the oxygen reading drops significantly when the flow is
increased from 0.5 to 2.0 scfh, this is a
good indication that a leak exists.
To check for leaks prior to the sensor,
disconnect the Analyzer Module and cap
the inlet line. Pressurize the inlet line to 5
- 10 psig and check all connections with a
soapy solution (SNOOP®) to identify
leaks.
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WARNING.
SENSOR DAMAGE
Do not pressure check the sample line
with the sensor connected. Overpressurization of the sensor can result in
damage.
b. Flow sensitivity
Check to make sure that your vent line is
not blocked. If you see a rise in reading
with an increase in flow, you may be overpressurizing the sensor due to a blocked
vent. Since the sensor is a partial pressure measuring device, an increase in
sample pressure will cause an increase in
reading. If the reading drops with increased flow, conduct the leak check outlined in the troubleshooting tip above.
c. Erratic and very insensitive readings
Check to see that the electrolyte level is
within the limits indicated on the reservoir.
Add distilled water as required. If the
level is within limits, the electrolyte may
have been contaminated. Refer to section 4.2 above for proper procedure to replace electrolyte. If replacement of
electrolyte does not improve the performance of the sensor, the sensor may have
been damaged due to over-pressurization
or poisoning. Sensor replacement may
be required as described in section 4.3
above.
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SECTION 6
REPLACEMENT PARTS
6-1
WARNING.
PARTS INTEGRITY
Tampering with or unauthorized
substitution of components may adversely affect safety of this product.
Use only factory-approved components for repair.
TO2
MATRIX
Each analyzer is configured per the customer
sales order. Below is the TO2 sales matrix
which lists the various configurations available.
To identify the configuration of an analyzer,
locate the analyzer name-rating plate. The
sales matrix identifier number appears on the
analyzer name-rating plate.
NGA 2000 TO2 TRACE OXYGEN ANALYZER MODULE
Code Software version
01
Current version software
02
v2.4 Software
03
v3.X Software
Code CONFIGURATION IDENTIFIER
A1
RANGE: 0 - 100 ppm
B1
RANGE: 0 - 100 ppm with X-GAS Sensor
X99
Special Ranges
Code CABLE SELECTION
TO2
01
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00
None (utilize mounting ears on analyzer module)
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Base Plate Assembly
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6-2
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REPLACEMENT PARTS
658350
Computer Analysis Board
657466
LON/Power Board
658300
Power Supply Board
902931
Sensor, Gas Flow
904675
Sensor, Oxygen 0-100 ppm
904676
Electrolyte Solution
903347
Fuse, Time-Delay 6A 250 VAC
Replacement Parts
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SECTION 7
RETURN OF MATERIAL
7-1
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:
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.
7-2
• The symptoms that determined the
equipment is faulty.
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Customer Service Center
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• 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.
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Customer Service Center
1-800-433-6076
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CUSTOMER SERVICE
For order administration, replacement Parts,
application assistance, on-site or factory repair, service or maintenance contract information, contact:
7-3
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:
Rosemount Analytical Inc.
Phone: 1-714-986-7600
FAX: 1-714-577-8006
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SECTION 8
INDEX
A
F
Analog output setup, 3-26
Analog output number, 3-26
Choose analyzer module, 3-26
Choose signal, 3-26
Hold output value, 3-27
Operation mode, 3-28
Output current, 3-27
Output number, 3-28
Output rate, 3-29
Output value on analyzer failure, 3-28
Signal value, 3-27
Special scaling for concentration signal, 3-29
Analyzer Module
Installation conditions, 2-1
Installation location, 2-1
Leak test, 2-3
Analyzer module diagnostics, 3-33
Applications, 1-1
front panel softkeys, 3-1
Function keys
Back, 3-3
BasicCal, 3-3
Channel, 3-2
Display, 3-2
ESCAPE, 3-3
Home, 3-2
INFO, 3-3
Lock, 3-3
Main, 3-2
Measure, 3-2
MFG Data, 3-3
More, 3-3
Status, 3-2
C
Calibration
Recommended gas, 2-2
Communication protocol
AK, 3-29
Modbus RTU, 3-30
Coulometric Principle, 1-1
D
Display
Adjusting brightness, 3-12
Adjusting contrast, 3-12
display screen description, 3-2
E
Electrical connections
24 V, 2-3
Ground connection, 2-3
Network, 2-3
Platform, 2-3
Power, 2-3
Electrolyte
level check frequency, 4-1
low electrolyte alarm, 4-1
Replacement, 4-3
Enable the security code, 3-34
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G
Gas measurement units, 3-20
Gas scale factor, 3-14
I
Initialization procedure, 3-6
Initialization procedure, aborting, 3-6
Installation
Gas connections, 2-2
Pressure, 2-2
Sample, 2-2
Span gas, 2-2
L
Leak test, Analyzer module, 2-3
Leak test, Sensor, 2-1
Load configuration data from serial interface, 3-33
Load/Save module configuration, 3-33
M
Main menu
accessing, 3-4
changing operating values, 3-4
Measure Mode display, 3-4
Mini-bargraphs, 3-19
P
PIN Default values, 3-34
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Q
Quick start
Aborting, 3-7
Accessing, 3-7
R
Relay outputs
Choose signal, 3-31
Choose source module, 3-30
Invert signal, 3-30
Output number, 3-30
Replace current configuration with factory settings,
3-33
Return Authorization, 7-1
S
Sample
Installation conditions, 2-2
Security code
enter an enabled level, 3-35
locked, 3-35
security codes, 3-34
Send configuration to serial interface, 3-33
Sensor
Adding water, 4-2
Calibration data, 4-4
Leak check, 2-1, 4-3
Linearization, 4-4
Replacment, 4-3
Serial interface setup
Baud rate, 3-29
Data bits, 3-29
Echo mode, 3-29
Handshake, 3-29
Parity, 3-29
RS232, 3-29
RS485/2w, 3-29
RS485/4w bus, 3-29
Stop bits, 3-29
Transmission delay, 3-29
set the date, 3-34
set the time, 3-34
SIO Output configuration, 3-24
Sleep mode, 3-11
Span calibration
Frequency, 3-16
Span gas supply, 2-2
Stabel, 3-21
System reset, 3-35
8-2
Index
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748377-B
Material Safety Data Sheet
PRODUCT:
PART NUMBER:
ELECTROLYTE1
904676
24 HOUR EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER:
CHEMTREC (800) 424-9300
SECTION I - GENERAL
Distributor:
Rosemount Analytical Inc.
4125 East La Palma Avenue, CA 92807-1802
714-986-7600
Potassium Hydroxide Solution, 1N
Chemical name and synonyms
DF-E05
Trade name and synonyms
Inorganic Base
Chemical family
KOH (5%-6% by weight in water and inorganic salts)
Formula
na
CAS Number
SECTION II – HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS
Hazardous mixtures of other liquids, solids or gases
none
SECTION III – PHYSICAL DATA
Boiling point
Melting point
Vapor pressure
Vapor density (air=1)
Specific gravity (H2O=1)
% Volatile by volume
Evaporation rate (H2O=1)
Solubility in water
Appearance and odor
104.5°C
-3.5°C
16.1mm Hg @ 20°C
NA
1.15
NA
NA
Complete
Colorless liquid, no odor
SECTION IV – FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA
Flash point
Extinguishing media
Special fire fighting procedures
Unusual fire and explosion hazards
Non-combustible
Dry chemical, carbon dioxide, water spray or foam
Extinguish using agents indicated, do not use water directly on
material.
Not combustible. Highly corrosive. Contact with some metals may
generate hydrogen gas.
SECTION V – REACTIVITY DATA
Stability
Conditions to avoid
Incompatibility (material to avoid)
Hazardous decomposition or byproducts
Hazardous polymerization
1
Unstable
May ignite combustibles (wood, paper, oil, etc.)
Acids, flammable liquids, organic halogens, metals (aluminum, lead,
tin, zinc)
Thermal decomposition products may include corrosive fumes of
Potassium Oxide and toxic Oxides of Carbon.
Will not occur.
Is contained in Model TO2 Ship Kit
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4125 East La Palma Avenue • Anaheim, California 92807-1802 • TEL 714-986-7600 • FAX 714-577-8006
September 2000 • 748377-B • Printed in USA
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
748377-B
SECTION VI – HEALTH HAZARD DATA
Threshold limit value
Routes of entry
Effects of overexposure
Emergency & first aid procedures
NA
Inhalation, eyes, skin, ingestion
Corrosive to tissue. Inhalation of mist may cause respiratory tract
damage,
Eyes - Corrosive, immediately flush with water for at least 15 minutes.
Call a physician.
Skin - Corrosive, remove contaminated clothing. Wash with soap or
mild detergent and large amounts of water at least 15 minutes. Call a
physician.
Inhalation - Corrosive, remove to fresh air immediately. Get medical
attention immediately.
Ingestion - Corrosive/toxic, give water or milk immediately and allow
vomiting to occur, keeping head below hips to prevent aspiration. Get
medical attention immediately.
SECTION VII – SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURE
Steps to be taken in case material is
released or spilled
Waste disposal method
Neutralize with dilute acid, take up with sand or other absorbent
material and place in container for disposal.
Disposal must be in accordance with standards applicable to
generators of hazardous waste, 40CFR262. EPA Hazardous
waste number D002.
SECTION VIII – SPECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION
Respiratory protection
Ventilation
Protective gloves
Eye protection
Other protective equipment
NA
mechanical (general)
rubber gloves
splash proof or dust-resistant safety goggles with face shield
appropriate protective clothing and equipment to prevent
possibility of skin contact. Eye wash fountain, safety shower.
SECTION IX – SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS
Precautions to be taken in handling
and storing
Other precautions
Store away from incompatible substances.
none
SECTION X – TRANSPORTATION
DOT Hazard Classification 49CFR172.101: Potassium Hydroxide Solution, Class 8, UN1814, Packing Group
II
♦Exceptions: When transported by Air 49CFR173.154 (b) (1) + (2)
♦Exceptions: By Motor Vehicle or Rail Car 49CFR173.154 (d) (1)
IATA Hazard Classification 4.2: Potassium Hydroxide Solution, Class 8, UN1814, Packing Group II
Exceptions: 2.8 (Ltd. Qty.)
NOTICE: WHILE ROSEMOUNT ANALYTICAL BELIEVES THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS VALID
AND ACCURATE, ROSEMOUNT ANALYTICAL MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION AS TO ITS
VALIDITY, ACCURACY, OR CURRENCY. ROSEMOUNT ANALYTICAL SHALL NOT BE LIABLE OR OTHERWISE RESPONSIBLE IN ANY WAY FOR USE OF EITHER THIS INFORMATION OR THE MATERIAL TO
WHICH IT APPLIES. DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIAL MAY BE SUBJECT TO FEDERAL, STATE, OR
LOCAL LAWS AND/OR REGULATIONS.
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ROSEMOUNT WARRANTY
Rosemount warrants that the equipment manufactured and sold by it will, upon shipment, be free
of defects in workmanship or material. Should any failure to conform to this warranty become apparent during a period of one year after the date of shipment, Rosemount shall, upon prompt
written notice from the purchaser, correct such nonconformity by repair or replacement, F.O.B.
factory of the defective part or parts. Correction in the manner provided above shall constitute a
fulfillment of all liabilities of Rosemount with respect to the quality of the equipment.
THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES OF QUALITY WHETHER WRITTEN, ORAL, OR IMPLIED (INCLUDING ANY
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OF FITNESS FOR PURPOSE).
The remedy(ies) provided above shall be purchaser's sole remedy(ies) for any failure of
Rosemount to comply with the warranty provisions, whether claims by the purchaser are based
in contract or in tort (including negligence).
Rosemount does not warrant equipment against normal deterioration due to environment. Factors
such as corrosive gases and solid particulates can be detrimental and can create the need for repair or replacement as part of normal wear and tear during the warranty period.
Equipment supplied by Rosemount Analytical Inc. but not manufactured by it will be subject to the
same warranty as is extended to Rosemount by the original manufacturer.
At the time of installation it is important that the required services are supplied to the system and
that the electronic controller is set up at least to the point where it is controlling the sensor heater.
This will ensure, that should there be a delay between installation and full commissioning that the
sensor being supplied with ac power and reference air will not be subjected to component
deterioration.
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