Model DO402G Dissolved Oxygen Converter [Style: S3]

User’s
Manual
Model DO402G
Dissolved Oxygen Converter
[Style: S3]
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uIntroduction
Thank you for purchasing the DO402G Dissolved Oxygen Converter.
Please read the following respective documents before installing and using the DO402G.
The related documents are as follows.
General Specifications:
User’s Manual:
GS 12J05D02-01E
IM 12J05D02-01E (this manual)
* the “E” in the document number is the language code.
NOTE
Electric discharge
The DO402G contains devices that can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. When servicing
this equipment, please observe proper procedures to prevent such damage. Replacement
components should be shipped in conductive packaging. Repair work should be done at
grounded workstations using grounded soldering irons and wrist straps to avoid electrostatic
discharge.
Installation and wiring
The DO402G should only be used with equipment that meets the relevant IEC, American or
Canadian standards. Yokogawa accepts no responsibility for the misuse of this unit.
The Instrument is packed carefully with shock absorbing materials, nevertheless, the instrument
may be damaged or broken if subjected to strong shock, such as if the instrument is dropped.
Handle with care.
Although the instrument has a weatherproof construction, the transmitter can be harmed if it
becomes submerged in water or becomes excessively wet.
Do not use an abrasive or solvent in cleaning the instrument.
Yokogawa is not responsible for damage to the instrument, poor performance of the instrument
or losses resulting from such, if the problems are caused by:
• Improper operation by the user.
• Use of the instrument in improper applications
• Use of the instrument in an improper environment or improper utility program
• Repair or modification of the related instrument by an engineer not authorized by Yokogawa.
n Product Disposal
The instrument should be disposed of in accordance with local and national legislation/
regulations.
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Safety Precautions
n Safety, Protection, and Modification of the Product
• In order to protect the system controlled by the product and the product itself and ensure
safe operation, observe the safety precautions described in this user’s manual. We assume
no liability for safety if users fail to observe these instructions when operating the product.
• If this instrument is used in a manner not specified in this user’s manual, the protection
provided by this instrument may be impaired.
• If any protection or safety circuit is required for the system controlled by the product or for
the product itself, prepare it separately.
• Be sure to use the spare parts approved by Yokogawa Electric Corporation (hereafter
simply referred to as YOKOGAWA) when replacing parts or consumables.
• Modification of the product is strictly prohibited.
• The following safety symbols are used on the product as well as in this manual.
WARNING
This symbol indicates that an operator must follow the instructions laid out in this manual in order
to avoid the risks, for the human body, of injury, electric shock, or fatalities. The manual describes
what special care the operator must take to avoid such risks.
CAUTION
This symbol indicates that the operator must refer to the instructions in this manual in order to
prevent the instrument (hardware) or software from being damaged, or a system failure from
occurring.
CAUTION
This symbol gives information essential for understanding the operations and functions.
NOTE
This symbol indicates information that complements the present topic.
This symbol indicates Protective Ground Terminal.
This symbol indicates Function Ground Terminal. Do not use this terminal as the protective
ground terminal.
n Notes on Handling User’s Manuals
• Please hand over the user’s manuals to your end users so that they can keep the user’s
manuals on hand for convenient reference.
• Please read the information thoroughly before using the product.
• The purpose of these user’s manuals is not to warrant that the product is well suited to any
particular purpose but rather to describe the functional details of the product.
• No part of the user’s manuals may be transferred or reproduced without prior written
consent from YOKOGAWA.
• YOKOGAWA reserves the right to make improvements in the user’s manuals and product at
any time, without notice or obligation.
• If you have any questions, or you find mistakes or omissions in the user’s manuals, please
contact our sales representative or your local distributor.
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n Warning and Disclaimer
The product is provided on an “as is” basis. YOKOGAWA shall have neither liability nor
responsibility to any person or entity with respect to any direct or indirect loss or damage arising
from using the product or any defect of the product that YOKOGAWA can not predict in advance.
nLabel
The next warning label is put on the product.
n Drawing Conventions
Some drawings may be partially emphasized, simplified, or omitted, for the convenience of
description.
Some screen images depicted in the user’s manual may have different display positions or
character types (e.g., the upper / lower case). Also note that some of the images contained in this
user’s manual are display examples.
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n Warranty and service
Yokogawa products and parts are guaranteed free from defects in workmanship and material
under normal use and service for a period of (typically) 12 months from the date of shipment from
the manufacturer.
Individual sales organisations can deviate from the typical warranty period, and the conditions of
sale relating to the original purchase order should be consulted. Damage caused by wear and
tear, inadequate maintenance, corrosion, or by the effects of chemical processes are excluded
from this warranty coverage.
In the event of warranty claim, the defective goods should be sent (freight paid) to the service
department of the relevant sales organisation for repair or replacement (at Yokogawa discretion).
The following information must be included in the letter accompanying the returned goods:
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Part number, model code and serial number
Original purchase order and date
Length of time in service and a description of the process
Description of the fault, and the circumstances of failure
Process/environmental conditions that may be related to the failure of the device.
A statement whether warranty or nonwarranty service is requested
Complete shipping and billing instructions for return of material, plus the name and phone
number of a contact person who can be reached for further information.
Returned goods that have been in contact with process fluids must be decontaminated/
disinfected before shipment. Goods should carry a certificate to this effect, for the health and
safety of our employees.
Material safety data sheets should also be included for all components of the processes to which
the equipment has been exposed.
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Dissolved Oxygen Converter
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
uIntroduction.....................................................................................................i
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Safety Precautions........................................................................................ii
1.
Introduction and General Description.................................................... 1-1
1.1
Instrument Check............................................................................................... 1-1
1.2Application.......................................................................................................... 1-2
2.
1.3
General information........................................................................................... 1-3
1.4
Configuration checklist for DO402G............................................................... 1-6
1.5
System Configuration....................................................................................... 1-7
1.5.1
Dissolved Oxygen Sensor.................................................................. 1-7
1.5.2
The holders......................................................................................... 1-8
DO402G Specifications............................................................................ 2-1
2.1General................................................................................................................ 2-1
3.
2.2
Operating specifications................................................................................... 2-4
2.3
Model and suffix codes..................................................................................... 2-5
Installation and Wiring.............................................................................. 3-1
3.1
Installation and dimensions............................................................................. 3-1
3.1.1
Installation site.................................................................................... 3-1
3.1.2
Mounting methods.............................................................................. 3-1
3.2Wiring.................................................................................................................. 3-4
3.2.1
Wiring of DO30G................................................................................. 3-4
3.2.2
Wiring of DO70G................................................................................. 3-5
3.2.3Preparation......................................................................................... 3-6
3.3
3.4
3.5
Wiring the power supply................................................................................... 3-7
3.3.1
General precautions........................................................................... 3-7
3.3.2
Access to terminal and cable entry..................................................... 3-7
3.3.3
AC power............................................................................................ 3-9
3.3.4
Grounding the housing....................................................................... 3-9
3.3.5
Switching on the instrument.............................................................. 3-10
Wiring the contact signals.............................................................................. 3-10
3.4.1
General precautions......................................................................... 3-10
3.4.2
Contact outputs................................................................................. 3-11
3.4.3
Contact input..................................................................................... 3-11
Wiring the analog output signals................................................................... 3-12
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5.
3.5.1
General precautions......................................................................... 3-12
3.5.2
Analog output signals........................................................................ 3-12
3.6
Wiring the standard galvanic sensor............................................................. 3-13
3.7
Wiring other galvanic sensors....................................................................... 3-14
3.8
Wiring the standard optical sensor (DO70G)................................................ 3-14
3.9
Wiring polarographic sensors........................................................................ 3-16
Operation; Display Functions And Setting............................................. 4-1
4.1
Operator interface.............................................................................................. 4-1
4.2
Explanation of operating keys.......................................................................... 4-2
4.3
Setting passcodes............................................................................................. 4-3
4.4
Display functions (default)................................................................................ 4-4
Parameter setting...................................................................................... 5-1
5.1
5.2
Maintenance mode............................................................................................ 5-1
5.1.1
Manual activation of Hold.................................................................... 5-2
5.1.2
Manual Wash start/stop...................................................................... 5-3
5.1.3
Setpoint adjustment............................................................................ 5-4
Commissioning mode....................................................................................... 5-5
5.2.1Setpoints............................................................................................. 5-6
5.2.2Range.................................................................................................. 5-8
5.2.3Hold................................................................................................... 5-10
5.2.4Wash................................................................................................. 5-12
5.2.5Service.............................................................................................. 5-13
5.3
Notes for guidance in the use of service coded settings............................ 5-14
5.3.1
Parameter specific functions............................................................ 5-14
5.3.2
Temperature functions...................................................................... 5-15
5.3.3
Calibration functions......................................................................... 5-16
5.3.4
mA output settings............................................................................ 5-17
5.3.5
Contact outputs................................................................................. 5-18
5.3.6
User interface.................................................................................... 5-22
5.3.7
Communication setup....................................................................... 5-24
5.3.8General............................................................................................. 5-24
5.3.9
6.
Test and setup mode......................................................................... 5-24
Calibration Procesure............................................................................... 6-1
6.1General................................................................................................................ 6-1
6.2
6.1.1
Calibration methods............................................................................ 6-1
6.1.2
Diagnostic functions performed during calibration............................. 6-2
Calibration procedure using air calibration method...................................... 6-2
6.2.1Preparation......................................................................................... 6-2
6.2.2
6.3
Procedure for air calibration................................................................ 6-3
Calibration procedure using water calibration method................................ 6-4
6.3.1Preparation......................................................................................... 6-4
6.3.2
Calibration operation (water calibration method)................................ 6-4
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6.4
Procedure for Water calibration.......................................................... 6-5
Calibration method using manual calibration method.................................. 6-6
6.4.1Preparation......................................................................................... 6-6
6.4.2
Procedure for manual calibration........................................................ 6-7
7.Maintenance............................................................................................... 7-1
7.1
Overall dissolved oxygen metering system................................................... 7-1
7.1.1
Inspection and maintenance to be implemented periodically............ 7-1
7.1.2
Inspection and maintenance to be implemented on occasion........... 7-1
7.2
Periodic maintenance for the DO402G converter.......................................... 7-2
7.3
Fuse Replacement............................................................................................. 7-3
8.Troubleshooting........................................................................................ 8-1
8.1
8.2
Measures in the case of converter operation failure..................................... 8-1
8.1.1
No dissolved-oxygen converter operation.......................................... 8-1
8.1.2
Operation key or display failure.......................................................... 8-1
Measures in the case of failure (Error) detection........................................... 8-1
9.Appendix.................................................................................................... 9-1
9.1Setpoint............................................................................................................... 9-1
9.2Range.................................................................................................................. 9-1
9.3Hold..................................................................................................................... 9-1
9.4Wash.................................................................................................................... 9-1
9.5
User setting table............................................................................................... 9-2
Customer Maintenance Parts List....................................... CMPL 12J05D02-03E
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Introduction and General Description
The Yokogawa DO402G is a 4-wire converter designed for industrial process monitoring,
measurement and control applications. This instruction manual contains the information needed
to install, set up, operate and maintain the unit correctly. This manual also includes a basic
troubleshooting guide to answer typical user questions.
Yokogawa can not be responsible for the performance of the DO402G if these instructions are
not followed.
1.1
Instrument Check
Upon delivery, unpack the instrument carefully and inspect it to ensure that it was not damaged
during shipment. If damage is found, retain the original packing materials (including the outer
box) and then immediately notify the carrier and the relevant Yokogawa sales office.
Make sure the model number on the nameplate affixed to the left side of the instrument agrees
with your order.
CAUTION
The nameplate will also contain the serial number and power supply selection.
Be sure to apply correct power to the unit.
Check that all the parts are present, including mounting bracket, as specified in the option codes
at the end of the model number. For a description of the model codes, refer to Chapter 2 of this
manual under General Specifications.
Basic Parts List:
Converter DO402G
User’s Manual (See model code for language)
Optional mounting bracket when specified (See model code)
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1.2Application
The DO402G converter is intended to be used for continuous on-line measurement in industrial
installations. The unit combines simple operation and microprocessor-based performance with
advanced self-diagnostics and enhanced communications capability to meet the most advanced
requirements. The measurement can be used as part of an automated process control system.
It can also be used to indicate dangerous limits of a process, to monitor product quality, or to
function as a simple controller for a dosing/neutralization system.
Yokogawa designed the DO402G to withstand harsh environments. The converter may be
installed either indoors or outside because the IP65 (NEMA 4X) housing and cabling glands
ensure the unit is adequately protected. The flexible polycarbonate window on the front door
of the DO402G allows pushbutton access to the keypad, thus preserving the water and dust
protection of the unit even during routine maintenance operations.
A variety of DO402G hardware is optionally available to allow wall, pipe, or panel mounting.
Selecting a proper installation site will permit ease of operation. Sensors should normally be
mounted close to the converter in order to ensure easy calibration and peak performance. If the
unit must be mounted remotely from the sensors, WF10 extension cable can be used up to a
maximum of 50 metres (150 feet) with a BA10 junction box.
The DO402G is delivered with a general purpose default setting for programmable items.
(Default settings are listed in Chapter 5 and again in Chapter 10). While this initial configuration
allows easy start-up, the configuration should be adjusted to suit each particular application.
An example of an adjustable item is the type of temperature sensor used. The DO402G can be
adjusted for any one of four different types of temperature sensors.
To record such configuration adjustments, write changes in the space provided in Chapter 10
of this manual. Because the DO402G is suitable for use as a monitor, a controller or an alarm
instrument, program configuration possibilities are numerous.
Details provided in this user’s manual are sufficient to operate the DO402G with all Yokogawa
sensor systems and a wide range of third-party commercially available probes. For best results,
read this manual in conjunction with the corresponding sensor user’s manual.
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General information
Flexibility, reliability and low maintenance are among the benefits provided by the DO402G
dissolved oxygen analyzer. Designed to meet the exacting requirements of measuring dissolved
oxygen in the modern industrial environment, it contains many features to ensure the best
precision whatever the application.
This 4-wire converter is housed in a robust IP65 field mountable case. Two mA outputs, four
relays, digital communication and a clear LCD make the DO402G a truly comprehensive
package.
The DO402G features PI control on both the auxiliary mA output and the pulse proportional relay
outputs, thus avoiding the need for a separate controller.
The DO402G accepts inputs from galvanic, polarographic and optical sensors. Percent
saturation, mg oxygen/L water, and ppm DO can be displayed and transmitted. Compensation
for atmospheric pressure altitude, salinity and temperature are included for the best accuracy of
measurement.
lFeatures
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Simple 3 level operation
Display mg/L, ppm, % saturation
Air calibration or saturated water calibration
Chloride concentration compensation can be programmed
Automatic temperature compensation
Built-in barometric air pressure compensation
“Hold” function enables fixed output signal during maintenance
Two separate mA output signals
Wide flexibility incorporating free programmable range settings, selection of output signals
and alarm functions
Analog output with adjustable damping time
Password protection for each programming level
Built-in wash timer with remote start possibility
IP65 weather protection
Universal mounting possibilities
Sensor diagnostics
PI control on mA and pulsed contact controls
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l Method of operation
The DO30G operates on a galvanic cell principle.
The sensor contains a measuring cell consisting of a silver cathode and a lead anode. The
voltage generated by this electrode pair is sufficient to generate a spontaneous reduction of
oxygen at the cathode, so no external voltage source for this reaction is required. The electrodes
are immersed in an electrolyte containing potassium hydroxide. Oxygen molecules can pass
through a permeable membrane into the cell. The output current of the cell is directly related to
the partial pressure of oxygen at the sample side.
In the sensor a thermistor is integrated to be able to correct for temperature changes. Both
signals are used in the converter to ensure an automatically compensated value for dissolved
oxygen. Calibration is worked out by simple air calibration to make sure that the performance of
the instrument will be maintained.
The DO70G sensor operates based on the principle of optical (fluorescence) measurement.
The sensor comprises a fluorescent membrane, light-emitting part, light-receiving part, and
internal circuit.
An external power source is required. Oxygen molecules pass through the permeable membrane
to a fluorescent substance and shift the phase of fluorescent emission. The degree of this shift is
inversely proportional to the partial pressure of oxygen on the sample side, resulting in the output
of a current equivalent to the polarographic current adjusted by the internal circuit.
A temperature sensor is integrated in both sensors, and the temperature signals are used to
automatically compensate the measurements of dissolved oxygen.
The combination of air-saturated water calibration and zero calibration helps maintain the
performance of the instrument.
l Display functions and ranges
The display continuously gives you all necessary information at a glance. The process values are
shown in easily readable programmable units. Either mg/L. % saturation or ppm can be chosen.
The user-interface is simplified to a basic set of 6 keys accessible through the flexible window
cover. It uses a simple step by step, question and answer style to communicate with the operator
by giving messages on the second line of the display and indicating which keys are to be pressed
in the display.
l Automatic air calibration
Calibration for a dissolved oxygen instrument is performed by simple air calibration (please refer
to 6.3.1 section for the optical sensor).
Criteria for automatic calibration (stabilization time, DO values) can be set to suit the sensor.
In addition to the air calibration three additional calibration procedures can be used:
1. Span calibration using air saturated water
2. Zero calibration using sulfite saturated water
3. Process calibration using laboratory reference method
l Alarm and control functions
The DO402G has four built-in relay contacts. From the factory the first two contacts are predefined as a high or low alarm.
The third contact its pre-defined as a wash contact. This wash contact is driven by a wash-timer
with adjustable wash-time, interval time and relaxation time to control the wash cycle.
The fourth contact is fixed to function as an alarm, indicating that the DO402G has found a fault
in the measuring loop. FAIL safe.
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lCleaning
In combination with the appropriate sensor and immersion type fitting the wash timer with
remote start possibility can be used. Interval-time, washing time and relaxation time are free
programmable.
l Damping time on output signal
Under certain circumstances disturbances can cause high peaks in the output signal. To avoid
these disturbances the DO402G has an electronic filtering which averages the output signal
during a programmable period. This damping time is programmable between 0 and 120 seconds.
l Salinity compensation
In order to take the effect of salinity into account for oxygen measurement an average
chloride concentration can be programmed. The chloride concentration value is set manually
via the service level. The DO402G takes account of the effects of salinity and temperature
simultaneously. The advantage of this construction is that the result of the measurement is
available immediately. A separate conversion table is not necessary.
l Temperature compensation
The micro-processor makes an accurate temperature compensation possible that performs well
over the entire range of the instrument. No further adjustment tables are required.
l Barometric air pressure compensation
Air pressure differences, due to weather conditions or altitude, can cause a variation up to 20 %
in the dissolved oxygen concentration. A built-in air pressure sensor automatically compensates
for barometric influences between 900 to 1100 mbar (90 to 110 kPa).
l Sensor diagnostics
The DO sensor is checked for low impedance between the silver electrode and an earth
contact in the liquid, to detect membrane integrity. Temperature sensor connections and sensor
connections are checked for impedance. These faults are signalled by the FAIL contact and can
be signalled to the control room by an output of 0/3.5 mA or 22 mA. The fault is also signalled
by a special marker held on the display, a LED on the front and an error code in the message
display.
During calibration of a DO measuring system the slope deviation from nominal value (%) and
sensor output (μA) at 0 mg/L are calculated and checked.
If any of these are outside the limits, an error is signalled.
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Configuration checklist for DO402G
Measured variable(s)
Primary inputs
DO range
DO units
Temperature range
Temperature unit
Outputs
Analog output
Second output
Output allocation
Contact outputs
Contact allocation
Contact variables
Standard configuration
D.O. and Temp
0- 20 mg/L
mg/L
0- 50 °C
Celsius
4- 20 mA for DO
4- 20 mA for Temp
DO and Temp
S1= high at 19.5 mg/L
S2= low at 1.0 mg/L
mg/L and FAIL
dead time= 0.2 s; hyst=
0.1 mg/L
none
none
none (Don’t use.)
Add. contact functions
Control functions
Digital outputs
Communication
Digital interface
Communication software
Variables on display
disabled (Don’t use.)
disabled (Don’t use.)
mg/L and temp
Burn out
disabled
Password protection
Autoreturn
disabled
return to measure in 10
minutes
disabled
Add. functions in MAINT
Diagnostics
Membrane condition
Check on Slope
Check on zero
Check on stability
Compatibility
DO Sensor
Temperature sensor
Membrane thickness
Reference for change
any span within 0-50 mg/L
ppm. % saturation
25 °C minimum span
Fahrenheit
“range”
code 56
“range”
code 11
0-20 mA or 4-20 mA
0-20 mA or 4-20 mA
DO, Temp, Table, Pl control
(4) freely programmable
code 30
code 30
code 31
“setpoint”
code 40. 41, 42, 43
code 40- 43
mg/L, temp, wash, Pl control,
HOLD
time: 0- 200 s; hyst 0- 20 mg/L code 44
time out alarm
Pl on contacts or mA2 output
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code 47
code 45, 46, 34 33
code 60
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%sat, °C, mA1, mA2, SL, ZR,
REL
burn low (3.5)/ high (22) on
mA1/ mA2
for mains/ comm./ serv level
enable or disable
code 60
–
“display”
code 32
code 52
code 50
wash start/ setpoint adj
code 51
active
active
disabled
0.05 mg/L per 60 s
enable or disable
enable or disable
enable or disable
0-50 mg/L in 10-600 s
code 02
code 02, 22
code 02, 21, 22
code 20
DO30
Pt1000
50 μm (2 mil)
DOX8, DO410, Ingold, DO70G
Pt 100, PB36, 22k NTC
25 or 50 μm (1 or 2 mil), adj.
slope
galvanic or polarographic *1
disable or enable
code 01, 10
code 10
code 01
comp. for 0- 100 ppt NaCI
adjustment +/- 7.5 °C
disable or enable
interval < 36 hours, wash time
0.1-10 min.
hold last or hold fix
possible on S1,S2, S3 or S4
active or manual
possible for E1..E4, E7..E9,
E12, E16, E22
–
code 04
code 12
code 21
“Wash”
Sensor principle
Manual temp. comp.
Special Features
Salinity compensation
Temperature calibration
Zero calibration
Sensor washing
galvanic
disabled
HOLD during maintenance
Contact during HOLD
Atm. press. compensation
Soft fail alarm
disabled
disabled
active
disabled
Logbook
disabled (Don’t use.)
*1:
Options
disabled
none
disabled
disabled
code 01, “wiring”
code 13
“Hold”
code 40-42
code 53
code 61,62
Choose a polarographic sensor for an optical dissolved oxygen sensor.
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1.5
System Configuration
Holders, Holders with Cleaning System
Dissolved Oxygen Sensor
● Floating Ball Holder
PB350G
PB360G
● Guide Pipe
PH8HG
● DO70G
Dissolved Oxygen Converter
● DO402G
Output Signal:
4 to 20 m A DC or
0 to 20 m A DC
Alarm Contact Output
4-Contact Point, High/Low Alarm
Cleaning Time, Alarm Contact
HOLD Contat
● DO30G
100V AC±15%
115V AC±15%
230V AC±15%
(For DO30G)
Terminal Box
● WTB10-DO3
Select pin terminal
for DO402G.
Spere Parts Set
● Submersion Type Holder
DOX8HS
No Cleaning
● DOX8A
● Suspension Type Holder
HH350G
Jet Cleaning
(For DO30G)
Power Supply Unit
(For DO30G)
● DOX10
Calibration Set
● DOX8W
(For DO30G)
(For DO70G)
*: DOX10 is unusable depending on a use area.
1.5.1
Dissolved Oxygen Sensor
The DO402G can be used with a variety of sensors. Some specific programming may be
necessary to match the converter with the sensor.
l DO70G sensor
This sensor features temperature compensation with a 22k NTC RTD. The nominal output of
this sensor is 60 nA in air under reference conditions. Before use, enter the service mode. Select
service code 01 (*S.TYPE) and set it to 1 (polarographic sensor), then press the ENT key. Select
*1.CELL2.9 and set the nominal output to 60 nA. Next, select service code 10 (*T.SENS) and set
it to 3 (22 kNTC). Then select service code 21 (*0.CAL) and set it to 1 (zero calibration enabled)
because twopoint calibration by air-saturated water calibration and zero calibration are required.
For details, refer to GS 12J05D04-01E.
l Model DOX8SM sensor
This sensor is a galvanic sensor with a PB36 type temperature compensator and a 25 micron
membrane (1 mil).
This sensor has a nominal output current of 7.5μA in ambient air under reference conditions.
In Service code 01 selection 1 must be programmed when this sensor is used. The membrane
check is inactive with this sensor unless external solution ground is used. ( metal holder or
sample line )
l Model DO30G sensor
This sensor is essentially the same as the DOX8SM sensor, but it has a 50 micron membrane,
fixed sensor cable, Pt1000 RTD temperature compensation and integral solution ground that
allows membrane checking. The nominal output of this sensor is 3.75 μA in air under reference
conditions.
In Service item ”*I.CELL” selection 0 must be programmed when this sensor is used.
For details, refer to GS 12J05D03-01E.
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l Model DO30 sensor
This sensor is specified in GS 12J6K4-E-E and it can be supplied with 50 or with 25 micron
membrane.
Normally 50 micron membrane is used and no reprogramming is necessary. Otherwise Service
code 01 setting must be changed from 0 to 1.
l Ingold model 32 sensors with 12, 19 and 25 mm shaft
These sensors are available in many different configurations. The sensor is a polarographic
sensor and therefore settings of service code 01 has to be changed from 0 to 1.
The sensor output is normally between 30 and 100 nA in ambient air under reference conditions,
but the “large cathode” version has a current output between 200 and 700 nA. To utilize Slope
diagnostic features, it is best to read current output during first air calibration in “display” mode
and to enter that value in service code 01.
The temperature compensator is a NTC resistance and that can be chosen by entry of 3 in code
10.
The wiring of the sensor is different as well:
The red wire: the anode goes to terminal 18
The white wire: the cathode goes to terminal 17
The green/yellow wire: the shield goes to terminal 14 and the 2 black wires for NTC go to terminal
11 and 12.
The membrane checking feature cannot be used for these sensors, due to the construction of the
sensor.
1.5.2
The holders
l PB30 floating ball holder
All Yokogawa sensors are compatible with the floating ball holder that is specified in GS 12J6K4E-E..
l FD30 immersion fitting
The DO30G sensor is compatible with the FD30 immersion holder as specified in GS 12J6K4E-E.
l DOX8HS submersion type holder
The DOX8SM and the DO30G sensor are compatible with the DOX8HS holder and all PH8
model holders.
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DO402G Specifications
2.1General
l Input specifications
The DO402G Dissolved Oxygen converter measures the current, that is generated by the
Dissolved Oxygen sensor. The flexibility of the input circuit allows the use of many commercially
available sensors, whether they are of the Galvanic type (driving voltage generated internally) or
Polarographic type (driving voltage supplied by converter)
The input range varies from 0.0 nA up to 500 nA for optical, polarographic sensors and 0.0 to 50
μA for galvanic sensors.
Temperature measurement for automatic temperature compensation utilizes Pt100, Pt1000 RTD
elements or PB36 as used in DOX8, DO30 and DO70G sensors, as well as the 22 kNTC as used
by the Hamilton Oxyferm.
l Measurement ranges
DO:
0- 50 mg/L (ppm)
Temperature: 0- 50 ºC (32- 122 ºF)
lSpan
DO concentration:
minimum: 1 mg/L (ppm)
maximum: 50 mg/L (ppm)
% saturation: minimum: 10 %
maximum: 300 %
Temperature: minimum: 25 ºC (77 ºF)
maximum: 50 ºC (122 ºF)
l Output Signals
Two isolated outputs of 0/4- 20 mA DC with common negative.
Maximum load 600 Ohm.
Auxiliary output can be chosen from Temperature, DO, PI control, table, burn up (22 mA) or burn
down (0 or 3.5 mA) to signal failure
l Temperature compensation
0 to 50 ºC
Sensor types:Pt100 or Pt1000 RTD; PB36 (Yokogawa compatible); 22 k NTC (Ingold
compatible)
Automatic or Manual temperature compensation
lCalibration
Semi-automatic calibration with automatic compensation for influence of barometric pressure
and altitude on partial pressure of oxygen in air (or solubility of oxygen in water). Automatic
compensation for influence of salinity of water on solubility of oxygen in water is programmable.
The correction for pressure, salinity and temperature meets ISO 5814
Possible calibration routines are:
Slope (span) calibration in ambient air. The calibration table is based on 70 % RH and is
determined empirically.
Slope (span) calibration in water, saturated with air: according ISO 5814
Zero calibration (normally inactive)
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lDisplay
Custom liquid crystal display, with a main display of 3 1/2 digits 12.5 mm high. Message display
of 6 alphanumeric characters, 7 mm high.
l Contact outputs
General:Four (4) SPDT relay contacts with LED indicators. For S1, S2, and S3, the LED is
on when relay is powered.
NOTE:
For S4 (FAIL) LED lights when power is removed (Fail safe).
Contact outputs configurable for hysteresis and delay time.
- Capacity :
Maximum values 100 VA, 250 V AC, 5 Amps.
Maximum values 50 Watts, 250 V DC, 5 Amps.
- Status :
High/Low process alarms, selected from process parameters and temperature.
Contact output is also available to signal “Hold Active
Status
Alarm, FAIL, OFF
Alarm, FAIL, OFF
Power OFF
Control function:
PI pulsed
Contact S1 to S3
LED
NO
NC
On
Closed Open
Off
Open Closed
Off
Open Closed
LED
On
Off
Off
Contact S4
NO
NC
Open Closed
Closed Open
Open Closed
On/Off
Proportional duty cycle control with integral term.
PI frequencyProportional frequency control with integral term. In addition wash cleaning
control signal on S3, and FAIL alarm for system and diagnostic errors on S4
l Contact input
When a DO70G is connected, contact input cannot be used.
Voltage-free contact (do not apply voltage)
Wash start or input remote range change (either choice)
On resistance: 10 Ω or less
Off resistance: 100 kΩ or more
On time:
0.5 sec. or more
Note: At the circumstance influenced from noise (e.g. long transmission of contact input), insertion of a relay near DO402G is
recommended for insulating.
l Power supply
Supply voltage rating: 100, 115, 230 VAC
Applicable range:
85 to 115, 97.8 to 132.2, 195.5 to 264.5 VAC
Supply frequency rating:
50 / 60 Hz
Applicable range:
50 Hz ± 5% / 60 Hz ± 5%
Power consumption:
Maximum 10 VA for steady operation
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l Safety and EMC conforming standards
DO402G is not CE-marking applicable.
Safety:conforms to EN 61010-1
EN 61010-2-030
EN 61010-2-201
CAN/CSA No.61010-1
UL Std. No. 61010-1
CSA C22.2 No. 94.2
UL 50E
EMC:
EN 61326-1* Class A, Table 2 (Note 1)
EN 61326-2-3
EN 61000-3-2 Class A
EN 61000-3-3
RCM: EN61326-1 Class A
Korea Electromagnetic Conformity Standard Class A
한국 전자파적합성 기준
*: Influence of immunity environment (Criteria A): Output shift is specified within ±25% of F.S.
Installation altitude:
2000 m or less
Category based on IEC 61010: II (Note 2)
Pollution degree based on IEC 61010:2 (Note 2)
Note 1: This instrument is a Class A product, and it is designed for use in the industrial environment. Please use this instrument in the
industrial environment only.
A급 기기 (업무용 방송통신기자재)
이 기기는 업무용(A급) 전자파적합기기로서 판매자 또는
사용자는 이 점을 주의하시기 바라며, 가정외의 지역에서
사용하는 것을 목적으로 합니다.
Note 2: Installation category, called overvoltage category, specifies impulse withstand voltage. Category II is for electrical equipment.
Pollution degree indicates the degree of existence of solid, liquid, gas or other inclusions which may reduce dielectric
strength. Degree 2 is the normal indoor environment.
l Shipping details
Package size: w x h x d 290 x 300 x 290 mm. 11.5 x 11.8 x 11.5 in.
Packed weight:approx. 2.5 kg (5 lb).
l Connection via cables
The distance between the sensor and transmitter can be up to 50 m if the WTB10 junction box
is used. This junction box can not be used for the DO70G, for which the allowable maximum
distance is 10 m.
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Operating specifications
l Performance : DO (at t process = 25 °C)
Linearity:
± 0.03 mg/L or ± 0.5%FS, whichever is greater
Repeatability: ± 0.03 mg/L or ± 0.5%FS, whichever is greater
Accuracy:
± 0.05 mg/L or ± 0.5%FS, whichever is greater
l Performance : Temperature (Pt1000, PB36, 22kNTC)
Linearity:
± 0.3 ºC
Repeatability: ± 0.1 ºC
Accuracy:
± 0.3 ºC
l Performance : Temperature (Pt100)
Linearity:
± 0.4 ºC
Repeatability: ± 0.1 ºC
Accuracy:
± 0.4 ºC
Note on performance specifications:
The specifications are expressed with simulated inputs, because the DO402G can be
used with many different sensors with their unique characteristics.
The following tolerance is added to above performance.
mA output tolerance: ± 0.02 mA of “0/4 - 20 mA”
Digital display tolerance:
+1 digit
l Response time
0 - 90%:
10 s
l Ambient operating temperature
-10 to +55 °C (14 to 131 ºF)
l Storage temperature
-30 to +70 °C (-22 to 158 ºF)
lHumidity
10 to 90% RH non-condensing
lHousing
Case:
Cast aluminium with chemically resistant coating
Cover:
flexible polycarbonate window.
Case color:
off-white (munsell 2.5Y8.4/1.2)
Cover color:
moss green (munsell 0.6GY3.1/2.0)
Cable entry:
via six Pg13.5 nylon glands.
Cable terminals:
for up to 2.5 mm2 finished wires.
Protection:
Weather resistant to IP65, NEMA 4X, CSA Type 3S
Mounting:
Pipe, wall or panel, using optional bracket.
l Data protection
Non volatile memory for configuration, and lithium battery for clock support.
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l Watchdog timer
Checks microprocessor
l Automatic safeguard
Return to measuring mode when no keystroke is made for 10 min.
l Power interruption
Less than 50 milliseconds no effect.
l Operation protection
3-digit programmable password.
2.3
Model and suffix codes
[Style: S3]
Model
Suffix code Option code
Description
DO402G
•••••••••••••••••• ••••••••••••••••• Dissolved Oxygen Converter
Type
-1
••••••••••••••••• General
Power Supply
-1
••••••••••••••••• 115 V +/-15% AC, 50/60 Hz (*2)
Voltage
-2
••••••••••••••••• 230 V +/-15% AC, 50/60 Hz
-5
••••••••••••••••• 100 V +/-15% AC, 50/60 Hz
Language
-E ••••••••••••••••• English
-J ••••••••••••••••• Japanese
Pipe, wall mounting bracket (Stainless steel)
Options
/U
Panel mounting bracket (Stainless steel)
/PM
Hood for sun protection (Carbon steel)
/H3
Hood for sun protection (Stainless steel)
/H4
Stainless steel tag plate
/SCT
G 1/2
/AFTG
1/2 NPT
/ANSI
Epoxy baked finish (*1)
/X1
*1:
*2:
The housing is coated with epoxy resin.
When CSA safe standard conformity product is needed, select 115V “-1” of Power Supply Voltage.
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Installation and Wiring
3.1
Installation and dimensions
3-1
CAUTION
Installation must be performed by a qualified personnel. If this rules is not followed and a damage
occurs, Yokogawa will not be held responsible.
3.1.1
Installation site
CAUTION
This instrument is a Class A product, and it is designed for use in the industrial environment.
Please use this instrument in the industrial environment only.
The DO402G converter is weatherproof and can be installed inside or outside. It should,
however, be installed as close as possible to the sensor to avoid long cable runs between
sensor and converter. In any case, the cable length should not exceed 50 meters (162 feet).
For an optical dissolved oxygen sensor, the allowable maximum cable length is 10 m. Select an
installation site where:
• Mechanical vibrations and shocks are negligible
• No relay/power switches are in the direct environment
• Access is possible to the cable glands (see figure 3.1)
• The converter is not mounted in direct sunlight or severe weather conditions
• Maintenance procedures are possible (avoiding corrosive environments)
The ambient temperature and humidity of the installation environment must be within the limits of
the instrument specifications. (See chapter 2).
3.1.2
Mounting methods
Refer to figures 3.2 and 3.3. Note that the DO402G converter has universal mounting
capabilities:
•
•
•
•
Panel mounting using optional brackets
Surface mounting on a plate (using bolts from the back)
Wall mounting on a bracket (for example, on a solid wall)
Pipe mounting using a bracket on a horizontal or vertical pipe (maximum pipe diameter 50 A)
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Hood (optional)
Option code : /H□
184
Four M6 screws, 8 (0.31) deep
220
(7.24)
80
(8.66)
(3.15)
72
(2.83)
144
20 (0.79)
(5.67)
80
(3.15)
112
23
144
(5.67)
Adaptor for conduit work
(option code : /AFTG, /ANSI)
(4.41)
(0.91)
A
D
B
E
36
36
C
F
A : Power supply for DO70G, or
contact input separately.
36 (1.42) B : Sensor cable
C : Output signal
D : Contact output (S3 and S4)
(1.50)
38
E : Contact output (S1 and S2)
F : Power supply
(1.42) (1.42)
Ground terminal
(M4 screw *)
*: Tightening torque: 1.2 N·m.
Adaptor
49
(1.93)
G 1/2 female ( / AFTG)
1/2 NPT female ( / ANSI)
Approx. 55 (2.17)
Cable inlet port (Six-21 (0.83) dia. holes)
DIN PG13.5 cable gland
Weight: Approx. 2 kg
Figure 3.1 Housing dimensions and layout of glands
23 (0.91)
12 max.(panel thickness)
M6, 4 screws *
Panel cutout dimensions
(0.47)
M5, 2 screws
137 +20
100
(3.94)
(5.43)
137 +20
178
(7.01)
(5.43)
*: Tightening torque: 2 N·m.
F14-2.ai
Figure 3.2 Panel mounting diagram (Option Code: /PM)
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Example of bracket used for pipe mounting
188
M6, 4 screws *
(7.40)
174
(6.85)
200
(7.87)
50
(1.97)
Nominal 50A (O.D 60.5mm)
mounting pipe
100
(3.94)
Example of bracket used for wall mounting
135
(5.31)
13
M6, 4 screws *
(0.51)
224
200
(8.82)
(7.87)
35
(1.38)
15
(0.59)
70 (2.76)
*: Tightening torque: 2 N·m.
10mm dia., 3 holes
(0.39)
100 (3.94)
F14-1.ai
Figure 3.3 Wall and pipe mounting diagram (Option Code: /U)
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CAUTION
Wiring must be performed by a qualified personnel. If this rules is not followed and a damage
occurs, Yokogawa will not be held responsible.
3.2.1
Wiring of DO30G
DO402G
*1
Output signal
(4 to 20mA DC or 0 to 20mA DC)
61
Output signal
(4 to 20mA DC or 0 to 20mA DC)
65
62
66
*1
Contact input
(cleaning start command)
WTB10 Terminal box
*4
11
12
N
2
S1
22
41
S2
42
43
23 SCREEN
17
Jumper
13 IE
3
31
32
33
51
S3
14 Shield
15
15 RE
16
16 Liquid earth *6
52
53
12 T2
14
DO30G
DO sensor
1
63 SCREEN
11 T1
*5
L
G
mA 2
21
*7
13
mA 1
71
S4
72
73
*3
Power supply
*3 C
NC
NO
Contact
output S1
C
NC
NO
*3 C
NC
NO
C
NC
NO
Contact
output S2
High and low
alarms or HOLD
Contact output S3 (cleaning,
HOLD or high and low alarms)
Contact output S4/FAIL
(failure or high and low alarms)
Grounding terminal (M4 screw)
*2
Protective grounding (100Ω or less)
Note : External wiring connection terminal size is for Ø2 mm pin.
*1: Always use a shielded cable with an OD of 6 to 12 mm.
*2: Be sure to ground the DO converter case grounding terminal (grounding resistance of 100Ω or less).
*3: Always use a cable with an OD of 6 to 12 mm.
*4: Terminal box is used only where DO converter is installed long distance from DO sensor. (ordinary not needed)
*5: This cable is specified in the Basic Code for the WTB10.
*6: Liquid earth to detect membrane failure. This function is available when using PB350G/PB360G float type holder.
Connect only when using this function.
*7: In the case of use of contact input, refer to item 3.3.2.
Figure 3.4 Wiring of DO30G (Example)
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Wiring of DO70G
DO402G
*1
Output signasl
(4 to 20mA DC or
0 to 20mA DC)
61 +
Output signal
(4 to 20mA DC or
0 to 20mA DC)
65 +
62 ‒
66 ‒
*1
Remote contact input
(Cleaning start)
mA1
L
1
N
2
3
G
S1
White
Green
Green/Yellow
Clear
Red
22
23
17
71
72
S4
High and Low alarms
and HOLD
Contact
signal S2
*4
C
NC
52
14
DO70G
Optical dissolved
oxygen sensor
NO
51
53
18
NC
42
*3
S3
Contact
signal S1
C
43
11
12
NO
41
S2
C
NC
32
33
21
*5
*6
Power supply
*3
31
mA2
63
*3
NO
Contact signal S3 (Cleaning,
HOLD or High and Low alarms)
C
NC
NO
73
*2
Note : External wiring connection terminal size is for Ø2 mm pin.
Contact signal S4/FAIL (Failure
or High and Low alarms)
DOX10 Power supply unit
*3
*3
L L
Grounding terminal
(M4 screw)
Protective grounding
(100Ω or less)
*1: Always use a shielded cable with an OD of 6 to 12 mm.
*2: Be sure to ground the DO converter case grounding terminal (grounding
resistance of 100Ω or less).
*3: Always use a cable with an OD of 6 to 12 mm.
*4: The cable length between DO402G - DOX10; 1.5m
*5: At the circumstance influenced from noise (e.g. long transmission of contact
input), insertion of a relay near DO402G is recommended for insulating.
*6: In the case of use of contact input, refer to item 3.3.2.
N
N
G G
Brown
Blue
Power
supply
+ (BROWN)
‒ (BLUE)
Figure 3.5 Wiring of DO70G (Example)
WARNING
Never apply power to the DO402G converter and other instruments connected to the DO402G
converter until all wiring is completed.
WARNING
Where compliance with the safety standard is necessary, the following wiring is required.
1.
Install an external switch or circuit breaker to the power supply of the DO402G converter.
2.
Use an external switch or circuit breaker rated 5A and conforming to IEC 60947-1 or IEC
60947-3.
3.
It is recommended that the external switch or circuit breaker be installed in the same room
as the DO402G converter.
4.
The external switch or circuit breaker should be installed within reach of the operator and
identified with marking as a power supply switch to the DO402G converter.
5.
Power lines such as power cables and contact outputs should be fixed securely onto a wall
or construction using cable racks, conduit tubing, nylon bands or other appropriate ways.
Accidental removal from terminals by pulling may result in electric shock.
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3.2.3Preparation
The relay contact terminals and power supply connections are under the screening (shielding)
plate.
These should be connected first. Connect the sensor, outputs and data communication
connections last.
Follow the procedures below to open the DO402G for wiring:
1.
Loosen the four frontplate screws and remove the cover.
2.
Use the rubber knob in the lower right hand corner and swing open the display board to the
left.
3.
The upper terminal strip is now visible.
4.
Remove the screen (shield) plate covering the lower terminal strip.
5.
Connect the power supply and contact outputs. Use the three glands at the back for these
cables.
6.
Replace the screen (shield) plate over the lower terminals.
WARNING
Always replace the screen plate over the power and contact outputs for safety and to avoid
interference.
7.
Connect the analog output(s), the sensor input, the contact input.
8.
Use the front three glands for analog output, sensor input, contact input and communication
cabling (see figure 3.7).
9.
Close the display board and switch on the power. Commission the instrument as required or
use the default settings.
10. Replace the cover and secure frontplate with the four screws.
Tighten four frontplate screws to 1.5 N·m torque.
CAUTION
For wiring, use cables with a heat resistance of at least 70°C.
CAUTION
Tighten the cable glands to 1.5 N•m torque. Torque less than 1.5 N•m cannot maintain the IP65
protection level.
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Wiring the power supply
3.3.1
General precautions
Make sure the power supply is switched off. Also, make sure that the power supply is correct for
the specifications of the DO402G and that the voltage specified on the nameplate on the left side
of the DO402G is satisfied.
Local health and safety regulations may require an external circuit breaker to be installed. The
instrument is protected internally by a fuse. The fuse rating is dependent on the supply to the
instrument. The 250 VAC fuses should be of the “time-lag” type, conforming to IEC60127.
The internal fuse is located next to the power terminals (in the lower right hand corner).
WARNING
Use only a fuse of the specified current, voltage and type ratings to prevent fire. For fuse
replacement, refer to Section 7.3, “Fuse Replacement.”
3.3.2
Access to terminal and cable entry
Terminals 1 and 2 on the bottom terminal strip are used for the power supply. Guide the power
cables through the gland closest to the power supply terminals. Use 2.5 mm2 (14 AWG) wires to
connect to the terminals.
We recommend that the cables be terminated with pin terminals (see figure 3.6).
Connect the wires as indicated in the wiring diagram (refer to figure 3.7).
CAUTION
Use cables whose outer diameter is 6 to 12 mm.
For power cables, use cables that comply with UL2556VW-1 or equivalent. Tighten the cables to
0.5 N•m torque.
2.2mm or less
Figure 3.6 Pin terminal
Table 3.1 Connection method
Power supply,
contact output
Others
Power supply
Pin form crimp terminal with the insulation sleeve
connection method
Conformity shape 2.5 mm2 (14 AWG)
0.13 to 2.5 mm2 (26 to 14 AWG)
Clamping torque
0.5 N•m
Crimp terminal
Product made in
Product made in wide Muller: (include the left model)
example
wide Muller: H2.5/7,
H0.25/5, H0.5/6, H0.5/10, H0.75/6, H0.75/10, H1/6, H1/10, H1.5/7, H1.5/10,
(Type)
H2.5/10, H2.5/12,
H1.5/12, H1.5/18, H0.14/10, H0.14/12, H0.25/10, H0.25/12, H0.34/10,
H2.5/18, H2.5/14D,
H0.34/12, H0.5/10, H0.5/12, H0.5/14, H0.5/16, H0.75/12, H0.75/14,
H2.5/18D, H2.5/24D H0.75/16, H0.75/18H1/12, H1/14, H1/16, H1/18, H1.5/14, H1.5/16, H1.5/24
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High Voltage Section
A
B
C
D
E
F
A
B
C
POWER CABLE
SENSOR CABLE (S)
for DO70G or
CONTACT INPUT
CABLE *1
D
E
CONTACT (S3, S4/FAIL) CONTACT (S1, S2)
OUTPUT CABLE (S)
OUTPUT CABLE (S)
ANALOG OUTPUTS
CABLE
F
POWER CABLE
Suitable for cables with an outside diameter between 6 - 12 mm (0.24 - 0.47 in.)
*1: Use D or E for cable gland of DO70G power cable when both DO70G and contact input are used.
Figure 3.7 Glands to be used for cabling
WARNING
When connecting an external device, install and wire it so that requirements of the standard to
which the device complies are met.
REAR GLANDS
FRONT GLANDS
Sensor
Output
singals
Power
Contact
output
S1
S2
Contact
output
S3
S4/FAIL
Contact input
Figure 3.8 System configuration
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Contact
Sensor Inputs
Input
21 22 14 13 17 11
SCREEN
23
Shield
Digital
Communications *
mA Outputs
12 18
Temp
16 15
63 66 65 62 61 95 94 93 92 91
Liquid
earth
mA2
mA1
SCREEN
TL
SCREEN
TL
99
SCREEN 2
CONT
SENSOR
mA OUTPUT
- - - optical sensor and polarographic sensor
Relay Contacts
Power Supply
71 72 73 51 52 53 41 42 43 31 32 33
250VAC
250VDC
5A
100VA
5A
50W
RS485
galvanic sensor
3
G
100 VAC
C NC NO C NC NO C NC NO C NC NO
S3
S1
S4
S2
115 VAC
230 VAC
High voltage compartment
2
N
1
L
200
mA
200
mA
100
mA
FUSE
250VAC; T
* Please do not use.
Figure 3.9 Input and output connections
3.3.3
AC power
Connect terminal 1 to the phase line of the AC power and terminal 2 to the zero line. The size of
conductors should be at least 1.25 mm2. The overall cable diameter should be between 6 & 12
mm (0.24 & 0.47 in).
CAUTION
Should be used the cable beyond 300 V AC.
3.3.4
Grounding the housing
WARNING
Protective grounding must be made to prevent electric shock.
To protect the instrument against interference, the housing should be connected to ground by
a large area conductor. This cable can be fixed to the rear of the housing using a braided wire
cable. See figure 3.10. This is separated from input ground by a galvanic isolation.
The internal grounding terminal is not the protective grounding terminal.
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CAUTION
Please be sure to connect protective grounding of DO402G with cable of 1.25 mm2 or larger
cross section in order to avoid the electrical shock to the operators and maintenance engineers
and prevent the influence of external noise. In addition, use cables whose colors are green and
yellow stripes.
And further connect the grounding wire to the
mark (100 Ω or less).
Location of grounding terminal
(M4 Screw)
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Figure 3.10Grounding the housing
3.3.5
Switching on the instrument
After all connections are made and checked, the power can be switched on from the power
supply.
Make sure the LCD display comes on. All segments will illuminate, then the instrument will
momentarily display its unique serial number. After a brief interval, the display will change to
the measured value. If errors are displayed or a valid measured value is not shown, consult the
troubleshooting section (Chapter 8) before calling Yokogawa.
3.4
Wiring the contact signals
WARNING
There are high-voltage sections on the DO402G. Be sure to turn off the power before wiring.
3.4.1
General precautions
The contact output signals consist of voltage-free relay contacts for switching electrical
appliances (SPDT). They can also be used as digital outputs to signal processing equipment
(such as a controller or PLC). It is possible to use multi-core cables for the contact in and output
signals and shielded multi-core cable for the analog signals.
We recommend that the cables be terminated with pin terminals (see figure 3.6).
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Contact outputs
The DO402G unit’s four contact outputs can be wired to suit your own custom requirements
(Figure 3.8).
In the Non-Alarm or Power Off states, contacts S1, S2 and S3 are OFF, Common (C) and
Normally Closed (NC) are in contact.
In the “Fail” or Power Off states, contact S4 is ON, Common (C) and Normally Closed (NC) are in
contact.
You can either use them to switch AC power, or switch a DC Voltage for digital interfacing.
Default settings
•
•
•
•
The contact S1 is pre-programmed for high alarm function.
The contact S2 is pre-programmed for a low alarm function.
The contact S3 is pre-programmed for wash function.
The contact S4 is pre-programmed for FAIL.
The three control contacts (S1 to S3) can be used for simple process control by programming
their function (Chapter 5). The FAIL contact is programmed to signal a fault in the measuring
loop. Always connect the FAIL contact to an alarm device such as a warning light, sound
annunciator, or alarm panel to make full use of the fault detection possibilities (self diagnostics) of
the DO402G converter.
CAUTION
Should be used the cable beyond 300 V AC.
When using ON/OFF signals whose voltage is 33 VAC or 70 VDC or higher, use 2.5 mm2
(AWG14) wires. If using voltages lower these voltages, select wires in the range of 0.13 to 2.5
mm2 (AWG26 to AWG14) according to the current capacity of the connected load.
Use cables that comply with UL2556VW-1 or equivalent and whose outer diameter is 6 to 12
mm. Tighten the cables to 0.5 N•m torque.
3.4.3
Contact input
Voltage-free contact (do not apply voltage)
Wash start or input remote range change (either choice)
It is necessary to use screening/shielding on the output signal cables. Screw (M3) 23 is used to
connect the shielding.
On resistance: 10 Ω or less
Off resistance: 100 kΩ or more
Select wires in the range of 0.13 to 2.5 mm2 (AWG26 to AWG14) according to the current
capacity of the connected load.
Use cables that comply with UL2556VW-1 or equivalent and whose outer diameter is 6 to 12
mm. Tighten the cables to 0.5 N•m torque.
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Wiring the analog output signals
3.5.1
General precautions
The analog output signals of the DO402G transmit low power standard industry signals to
peripherals like control systems or strip-chart recorders (Figure 3.8).
Do not apply voltage.
CAUTION
Should be used the cable beyond 30 V AC.
Select wires in the range of 0.13 to 2.5 mm2 (AWG26 to AWG14) according to the current
capacity of the connected load.
Use cables that comply with UL2556VW-1 or equivalent and whose outer diameter is 6 to 12
mm. Tighten the cables to 0.5 N•m torque.
We recommend that the cables be terminated with pin terminals (see figure 3.6).
3.5.2
Analog output signals
The output signals consist of active current signals of either 0-20 mA or 4-20 mA. The maximum
load can be 600 ohms on each.
It should be necessary to use screening/shielding on the output signal cables. Terminal 63 is
used to connect the shielding.
Figure 3.11
Cable gland assembly
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Wiring the standard galvanic sensor
Do not use cables other than the dedicated cables.
Tighten the cables to 0.5 N•m torque.
The sensor cable has markers on the individual wires.
These markings refer to the markers on the terminals.
The temperature compensator has two wires with the markings T1, T2 and/or 11, 12 and must be
connected to terminal 11 and 12.
The measuring electrode: the cathode is marked with IE and/or 13 and must be connected to
terminal 13.
The reference electrode: the anode is marked with RE and/or 15 and must be connected to
terminal 15.
The liquid earth ( solution ground) is marked with 16 and must be connected to terminal 16.
CAUTION
The liquid earth (solution ground) connection is valid only when the floating ball holder, Model
PB350G or PB360G, is used. Otherwise, do not make a connection to terminal 16. The
connection, if made, may result in abnormal readings. Even if the floating ball holder is used,
when the liquid earth (solution ground) connection is not used, then disconnect the wiring to
terminal 16. (The disconnected wire should be covered with an insulating tube to avoid contact
with other terminals.)
The overall shield of the cable is marked with 14 and must be connected to terminal 14.
CAUTION
A jumper cable is placed to connect converter terminals 13 and 17.
Make sure that connecting the sensor cable to the IE pin or pin 13 or pulling the sensor cable
does not cause the jumper cable to come loose. Insufficient tightening may cause unstable or
false measurements.
Contact
Input
Short
Sensor Input
21 22 14 13 17 11
Shield
SCREEN
23
(IE)
12 18
(T1) (T2)
16 15
(LE) (RE)
Liquid Earth
mA Output
Digital
Commnucations
63 66 65 62 61 95 94 93 92 91
mA2
mA1
SCREEN
TL
SCREEN
TL
99
Temp.
SCREEN 2
CONT
Wirning galvanic Sensor
mA OUTPUT
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Wiring other galvanic sensors
Consult the users manual for the color identification of the sensor cable and connect temperature
compensator, cathode and anode to the terminals: 11, 12, 13 and 15 as described above.
Connect the cable shield to 14 if there is one available. Sensor diagnostics is normally not
possible.
Connect any of the following temperature compensators: PT100, PT1000, PB36, 22kNTC
Connect only to the cathode and anode of galvanic sensors.
Do not connect to other devices.
CAUTION
A jumper cable is placed to connect converter terminals 13 and 17.
Make sure that connecting the sensor cable to the IE pin or pin 13 or pulling the sensor cable
does not cause the jumper cable to come loose. Insufficient tightening may cause unstable or
false measurements.
3.8
Wiring the standard optical sensor (DO70G)
NOTE
A jumper cable is placed to connect converter terminals 13 and 17.
When a standard optical sensor (DO70G) is to be connected, the cable is not used, so
disconnect it. It is recommended to save the jumper cable for future use—if may be needed when
a galvanic sensor is used.
The color of the wiring of the sensor cable supports the indication of each terminal.
Color of sensor cable White
DO402G
11
DOX10
Contact
Input
Sensor Input
21 22 14 13 17 11
SCREEN
23
Green Green/Yellow
12
14
12 18
Clear
17
Red
18
mA Output
16 15
Shield
Brown
Blue
+
-
Digital
Communications
63 66 65 62 61 95 94 93 92 91
mA2
Temp.
mA1
SCREEN
TL
SCREEN
TL
99
SCREEN 2
CONT
Wiring optical sensor
mA OUTPUT
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Figure 3.13Wiring optical sensor
For the power supply wiring of the DOX10, see section 3.3.
Tighten the DOX10 cable glands to 1.5 N·m torque.
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DO70G Wiring Diagram Example
DOX10
DO402G
Detail-1
Detail-2
DO70G
Detail-2(DOX10)
Detail-1(DO402G)
Connections of the sensor cable and DO402G
terminals are shown in the following table.
DO70G (Wiring color) DO402G (Terminal No.)
Red
18
Clear
17
Green/Yellow
14
Green
12
White
11
Connections of the sensor cable and DOX10
terminals are shown in the following table.
DO70G (Wiring color) DOX10 (terminal No.)
BROWN
+ BROWN
BLUE
− BLUE
Figure 3.14Wiring optical sensor (DO70G)
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Wiring polarographic sensors
Consult the owners manual for the color identification of the sensor cable and connect
temperature compensator, cathode and anode to terminals 11, 12, 17 and 18 in this sequence.
Connect the cable shield (when provided) to terminal 14.
CAUTION
A jumper cable is placed to connect converter terminals 13 and 17.
When a polarographic sensor is to be connected, the cable is not used, so disconnect it.
It is recommended to save the jumper cable for future use—if may be needed when a galvanic
sensor is used.
Contact
Input
Sensor Input
21 22 14 13 17 11
SCREEN
23
12 18
mA Output
16 15
Shield
63 66 65 62 61 95 94 93 92 91
mA2
Temp.
Digital
Communications
mA1
SCREEN
TL
SCREEN
TL
99
SCREEN 2
CONT
Wiring polarographic sensor
mA OUTPUT
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Figure 3.15Wiring polarographic sensor
Connect any of the following temperature compensators: PT100, PT1000, PB36, 22kNTC
Connect only to the cathode and anode of galvanic sensors.
Do not connect to other devices.
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4.
Operation; Display Functions And
Setting
4.1
Operator interface
4-1
This section provides an overview of the operation of the DO402G operator interface. The basic
procedures for obtaining access to the three levels of operation are described briefly. For a stepby-step guide to data entry, refer to the relevant section of this instruction manual. Figure 4.1
shows the DO402G operator interface.
l LEVEL 1: Maintenance
These functions are accessible by pushbutton through a flexible front cover window. The
functions make up the normal day-to-day operations that an operator may be required to
complete. Adjustment of the display and routine calibration are among the features accessible in
this way. (See table 4.1).
l LEVEL 2: Commissioning
A second menu is exposed when the DO402G front cover is removed and the display board is
revealed. Users gain access to this menu by pressing the button marked * in the lower right of
the display board. This menu is used to set such values as the output ranges and hold and wash
features. It also gives access to the service menu. (See table 4.1).
l LEVEL 3: Service
For more advanced configuration selections, press the button marked * , then press “NO”
repeatedly until you reach *SERV. Now push the “YES” button. Selecting and entering “Service
Code” numbers in the commissioning menu provide access to the more advanced functions. An
explanation of the Service Codes is listed in chapter 5 and an overview table is shown in chapter
10.
Table 4.1 Operations overview
Routine
AIR.CAL
H2O.CAL
MAN.CAL
DISP
HOLD
SETP
WASH
M.TEMP
M.PRESS
Commissioning *SETP
(level 2)
*RANGE
*HOLD
*WASH
Service
*SERV
(level 3)
Maintenance
(level 1)
Function
Calibration in air (preferred method)
Calibration in aerated water
Process calibration based on grab sample
Read auxiliary data and set message display
Switch HOLD on/off *
Adjust alarm setpoints *
Start wash cycle manually *
Adjust manual temp *
Adjust manual press
Adjust alarm setpoints
Adjust output range(s)
Activate HOLD function
Activate and configure the wash timer
Configure the specialized functions of the
converter
Chapter
6
6
6
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
*: Only possible if activated
NOTE:All three levels may be separately protected by a password. See Service Code 52 in
chapter 5 Service Code table for details on setting passwords.
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Manual temperature
compensation flag
Output hold flag
Main display
HOLD
TEMP.MAN.
Fail flag
FAIL
4-2
Menu pointer flags
MODE
Message display
YES
NO
ENT
Key prompt flags
YES
Selection keys
Yes: Accept setting
No: Change setting
Adjustment keys
: Choose digit to adjust
: Adjust digit
ENT: Confirm change
NO
MODE
MEASURE
AIR.CAL
H2O.CAL
MAN.CAL
DISPLAY
HOLD
SETPOINTS
RANGE
SET HOLD
WASH
SERVICE
CONTACTS
Commissioning
mode access key
S1
S2
Relay contact
status indicators
WASH/S3
ENT
YOKOGAWA
Commissioning
function menu
FAIL/S4
Measure/Maintenance
mode key
MARKINGS
WITHIN
ENCLOSURE
Broken line indicates area
that can be seen through
front cover
Figure 4.1 DO402G operator interface
4.2
Explanation of operating keys
MODE keyThis key toggles between the Measuring and Maintenance modes. Press once to
obtain access to the maintenance function menu. (Level 1 see table 4.1)
Press again to return to the Measuring mode (press twice when hold is
activated).
YES/NO keysThese are used to select choices from the menu.
YES is used to accept a menu selection.
NO
is used to reject a selection, or to move ahead to the next option.
DATA ENTRY keys (˃ ˄ ENT)
˃is used as a “cursor” key. Each press on this key moves the cursor or
flashing digit one place to the right. This is used to select the digit to be
changed when entering numerical data.
˄is used to change the value of a selected digit. Each press on this key
increases the value by one unit. The value can not be decreased, so in
order to obtain a lower value, increase past nine to zero, then increase to
the required number.
ENTWhen the required value has been set using the > and ^ keys, press ENT
to confirm the data entry. Please note that the DO402G does not register
any change of data until the ENT key is pressed.
* keyThis is the Commissioning mode key. It is used to obtain access to the
Commissioning menu. This can only be done with the cover removed or opened.
Once this button has been used to initiate the Commissioning menu, follow the
prompts and use the other keys as described above.
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Setting passcodes
In Service Code 52, DO402G users can set passcode protection for each one of the three
operating levels, or for any one or two of the three levels. This procedure should be completed
after the initial commissioning (setup) of the instrument. The passcodes should then be recorded
safely for future reference.
When passcodes have been set, the following additional steps are introduced to the configuration
and programming operations:
lMaintenance
Press MODE key. The display shows 000 and *PASS*
Enter a 3-digit passcode as set in Service Code 52 to obtain access to the Maintenance Mode
lCommissioning
Press * key. The display shows 000 and *PASS*
Enter a 3-digit passcode as set in Service Code 52 to obtain access to the Commissioning Mode.
lService
From the commissioning menu, select *SERV by pressing YES key. The display shows 000 and
*PASS*
Enter a 3-digit passcode as set in Service Code 52 to obtain access to the Service Mode.
NOTE
See Service Code 52 for the setting of passcodes.
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Display functions (default)
Display Access
MEASURE
AIR.CAL
H2O.CAL
MAN.CAL
DISPLAY
HOLD
Cell current
MODE
NO
DISPLAY
NO
DISPLAY
YES
NO
(See Air
calibration
YES Chapter 6)
AIR.CAL
YES
NO
Slope
NO
NO
YES
YES
NO
H2O.CAL
(See H2O
calibration
Chapter 6)
Zero calibration,
when enabled
in service code 51
NO
NO
MAN.CAL
(See Manual
calibration
Chapter 6)
Software release
number
NO
NO
DISPLAY
Process
temperature
NO
YES
NO
HOLD
When enabled in
Hold (SET HOLD)
mode.
Setpoint adj. also.
when enabled
in service code 51
NO
DISPLAY
YES
NO
DISPLAY
NO
% Saturation
Barometric
pressure
Wash start in maintenance mode.
when enabled
in service code 51
Current
output 1
NO
YES
NO
DISPLAY
YES
NO
DISPLAY
YES
NO
DISPLAY
NO
NO
(Note 1)
Manual temp.
when enabled
in service code 13
NO
(Note 2)
Current
output 2
YES
NO
DISPLAY
Press YES to fix
the selected second
line of display
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
DISPLAY
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
Manual press.
when enabled
in service code 51
Note 1: Manual temperature compensation menu
The menu can be displayed in maintenance mode.
This can be done by enabling the function in Service Code 13.
Manual temperature compensation menu is displayed and
temperature can be entered manually.
Note 2: Pressure is in bars.
Default: 1.013 bar
Setting range: 0.500 to 5.000 bar
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Parameter setting
5.1
Maintenance mode
5-1
Standard operation of the DO402G instrument involves use of the maintenance (or operating)
mode to set up some of the parameters.
Access to the Maintenance mode is available via the six keys that can be pressed through the
flexible window in the instrument cover. Press the MODE key once to enter this dialog mode.
Note :At this stage the user will be prompted for pass code where this has been previously set
up in service code 52 in chapter 5.
Air calibration
AIR.CAL
See “calibration” section 6.
H2O calibration
H2O.CAL
See “calibration” section 6.
H2O.CAL
Manual calibration
MAN.CAL
See “calibration” section 6.
Display
DISP
See “operation” section 4.
Setpoint
SETP
Select and adjust setpoint (when enabled in service menu section 5,
service code 51). See section 5.4 for adjustment procedure.
Wash
WASH
Manually start/stop wash cleaning (when enabled in service menu section
5, service code 51). See section 5-3 for adjustment procedure.
Hold
HOLD
Manually switch on/off HOLD (when enabled in commissioning menu
section).
See section 5-2 for adjustment procedure.
Manual temperature
M.TEMP
Manually input a temperature value for a sensor without a temperature
sensor (when enabled in service menu section 4, service code 13). See
section 4.4 for adjustment procedure.
Manual pressure
M.PRESS
Manually input a pressure value when the pressure sensor in the DO402G
is not used (when enabled in service menu section 4, service code 51).
See section 4-4 for adjustment procedure.
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Manual activation of Hold
MODE
MEASURE
YES
NO
SETPOINTS
RANGE
SET HOLD
WASH
SERVICE
CONTACTS
MODE
S1
S2
WASH/S3
ENT
FAIL/S4
MARKINGS
WITHIN
ENCLOSURE
YOKOGAWA
MODE
AIR.CAL
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
HOLD
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
MEASURE
NO
Note: The HOLD feature must first be activated in the commissioning mode section 5.2.3.
Refer to note of section 5.2.3. Hold also.
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Manual Wash start/stop
MODE
MEASURE
YES
NO
SETPOINTS
RANGE
SET HOLD
WASH
SERVICE
CONTACTS
MODE
S1
S2
WASH/S3
ENT
FAIL/S4
MARKINGS
WITHIN
ENCLOSURE
YOKOGAWA
MODE
MODE
AIR.CAL
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
WASH ACTIVE press YES
to stop.
Note: Relay S3 must first be set for “WASH” in service code 42.
Manual wash start/stop is enabled with Service code 51.
Refer to commissioning mode section 5.2.4 for automatic cycle timing setup.
Manual temperature adjustgment menu is added to the maintenance mode
Manual temperature adjustgment is only visible if the manual temperature in service code 13 is enabled.
When the manual temperature is entered, set the manual temperature and press enter.
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Setpoint adjustment
MODE
MEASURE
YES
NO
Note: To enable adjustment of setpoints in
maintenance mode, Service Code 51
must be set to "ON".
Setpoints available will depend on their
configuration in the Service Code.
SETPOINTS
RANGE
SET HOLD
WASH
SERVICE
CONTACTS
MODE
S1
S2
WASH/S3
ENT
FAIL/S4
MARKINGS
WITHIN
ENCLOSURE
YOKOGAWA
MODE
AIR.CAL
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
For adjustments,
follow procedures
as in section 5.2.1.
NO
Setpoint 3 and 4
when enabled in
service codes
42 and 43
Setpoint analogue
control output (mA2)
when enabled in code 31
YES
YES
NO
For adjustments,
follow procedures
as in section 5.2.1.
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Commissioning mode
In order to obtain peak performance from the DO402G converter, you must set it up for each
custom application. Refer to section 1-4 for standard configurations and options.
*SETP
Alarms are set by defaultS1 - high process alarm
S2 - low process alarm
S3 - WASH
S4 - FAIL
The setpoints are at arbitrary default value. Therefore, you must set these
to meaningful values, or set them to off. (See service codes 40 to 49 and
user interface codes 50 to 59).
*RANGE
mA output 1 is set as default to 0 - 20 mg/L
mA output 2 is set as default to 0 - 50 °C
For enhanced resolution in more stable measuring processes, it may be
desirable to select 0 - 5 mg/L range, for example, and maybe 0 - 25 °C
temperature range.
Service codes 30 to 39 can be used to choose other output parameters
on mA output 2.
*HOLD
The DO402G converter has the ability to “hold” the output during
maintenance periods. This parameter should be set up to hold the last
measured value, or a fixed value to suit the process.
*WASH
The DO402G can be set up to control a wash cleaner. When using this
function, the timings must be configured for interval, wash and recovery
periods.
*SERV
This selection provides access to the service menu.
What follows are pictorial descriptions of typical frontplate pushbutton sequences for each
parameter setting function. By following the simple YES/NO prompts and arrow keys, users can
navigate through the process of setting range, setpoints, hold, wash and service functions.
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5.2.1Setpoints
MODE
MEASURE
AIR.CAL
H2O.CAL
MAN.CAL
DISPLAY
HOLD
SETPOINTS
RANGE
SET HOLD
WASH
SERVICE
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
ENT
ENT
repeated
keystrokes
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
NO
NO
YES
ENT
NO
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Process Alarms on
S3 and S4 are
only available when
enabled in Service
Codes 40 to 49
Analogue control setpoint
is only available when
enabled in Service Code 31
NO
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
NO
YES
ENT
Adjust setpoint value
using > ENT keys
as shown for setpoint 1.
>
YES
NO
ENT
YES
NO
ENT
Setpoint confirmedreturn to commissioning
menu.
ENT
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5.2.2Range
MODE
MEASURE
AIR.CAL
H2O.CAL
MAN.CAL
DISPLAY
HOLD
YES
SETPOINTS
RANGE
SET HOLD
WASH
SERVICE
ENT
See facing
page
NO
ENT
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
ENT
NO
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
ENT
YES
NO
YES
NO
NO
YES
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
NO
NO
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Choose Range to adjust, then set begin scale (0%)
and end scale (100%) of the mA output signal, using the >,
,and ENT keys. Selection of mA output(0-20 / 4-20 mA) is
in Service Code 30.
Note:
Range Selection Options
are determined by Service
Code 31
Range 2 does not appear
when PI control or table set
on mA2
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
OR
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
ENT
NO
YES
ENT
ENT
ENT
NO
ENT
ENT
NO
Range values set, returnto
commission mode.
ENT
ENT
YES
NO
YES
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5.2.3Hold
MODE
MEASURE
AIR.CAL
H2O.CAL
MAN.CAL
DISPLAY
HOLD
YES
SETPOINTS
RANGE
SET HOLD
WASH
SERVICE
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
HOLD deactivated, return
to commissioning menu.
YES
NO
YES
HOLD
YES
NO
YES
NO
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
HOLD active
last measured
value.
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When using “wash” and active HOLD for maintenance, “wash” should be OFF in the commissioning
mode section 5.2.4. After that, “wash” should be ON again for returning to measurement mode.
Note:
HOLD will be non-activated at automatic wash cycle timing when “wash” is ON in the
commissioning mode section 5.2.4.
HOLD values set,return
to commissioning menu.
HOLD
HOLD
ENT
YES
NO
ENT
HOLD
HOLD
ENT
ENT
ENT
Set HOLD "fixed value"
for mA2.
HOLD
ENT
HOLD
YES
Set HOLD "fixed value"
for mA1.
ENT
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5.2.4Wash
MODE
MEASURE
AIR.CAL
H2O.CAL
MAN.CAL
DISPLAY
HOLD
YES
(NOTE: The menu item "WASH"
will not appear unless selected in
Service Code 42)
SETPOINTS
RANGE
SET HOLD
WASH
SERVICE
YES
NO
NO
ENT
NO
>
Wash system timings
are set with the >, ,
and ENT keys in the
setpoint menu
YES
NO
ENT
ENT
NO
YES
NO
ENT
ENT
NO
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
ENT
NO
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
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5.2.5Service
MODE
MEASURE
AIR.CAL
H2O.CAL
MAN.CAL
DISPLAY
HOLD
SETPOINTS
RANGE
SET HOLD
WASH
SERVICE
Note:
For information on how to set cell
current, see description in Section
1.5, A4
*
Example: Service Code 01
Select Sensor Type
for galvanic sensor
Nominal cell current at
100% Saturation.
Set using >, ,ENT keys.
>
>
for polarographic
With the >, ,ENT keys
ENT
YES
NO
ENT
ENT
NO
ENT
YES
NO
NO
ENT
YES
NO
ENT
ENT
NO
YES
NO
ENT
NO
YES
YES
NO
ENT
NO
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Notes for guidance in the use of service
coded settings
5.3.1
Parameter specific functions
Code 01 *S.TYPE
Select 0 for DO30 sensor or other galvanic sensor. Select 1 for SM31,
other polarographic sensor and optical dissolved oxygen sensor.
After selecting sensor type you need to select the nominal cell current.
With a galvanic sensor 3 choices are offered.
*I.CELL
Select 0 for DO30 thick (50 μm) membrane with a default of 3.75 μA.
Select 1 for DO30 thin (25 μm) membrane with a default of 7.5 μA.
Select 9 for user definable. This can be set to suit any galvanic sensor.
With polarographic sensor 2 choices are offered.
Select 0 for SM31 sensor with a nominal cell current of 50 nA.
Select 9 for other polarographic sensor, with the nominal cell current to be
user defined.
Select 9 for the DO70G sensor and input the nominal cell current of 60
nA.
General Note: Dissolved oxygen sensors fall into two categories –
galvanic and polarographic. Yokogawa offer both types:
Settings for Yokogawa Sensors
Membrane
*S.TYPE
* I.CELL
DO30
Thick
0
0
DO30
Thin
0
1
SM31.
Sterilizable
1
0
DO70G
Fluorescence
1
9
Code 02 * CHECK
This code is used to set up appropriate diagnostics. In most cases a zero
calibration is not used, the default check, therefore, set to “off”. When
zero check enabled, the maximum permissible zero offset should be set
as a signal current.
When slope check enabled, the maximum as minimum calibrated slope
values should be set as % of the nominal value.
For the galvanic sensors, a membrane check can be enabled. This is an
impedance test to ensure that the membrane is intact.
The membrane check is not available for optical and polarographic
sensors, so the membrane check cannot be enabled or disabled.
Code 04 *SAL.TY
Set 0 (salinity compensation disabled) when measuring water not
including salinity components. Set 1 (salinity compensation enabled)
when manually calibrated to salinity compensation. This is intended
for accurately displaying saturated % concentration when measuring
sample water. Set 1 (salinity compensation enabled) and then enter
NaCl concentration using *[CL-]. For this concentration, enter salinity
concentrations in actual sample water used to figure out salinity
compensation values.
NOTE
The instrument will not perform salinity compensation simply by setting the salinity compensation
to “1” (enabled) in Code 04, but requires the NaCl concentration. For measurement in
consideration of the salinity of a sample, first, manually calibrate with values corrected for salinity
and enter the NaCl concentration in Code 04. (See Section 6.4, “Calibration method using
manual calibration method”)
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Function
Parameter Specific functions
01
*S.TYPE Sensor type
*I.CELL
*I.CELL
02
*CHECK
*ZERO
*SL.MIN
*SL.MAX
03
04
*SAL.TY
*[CL-]
0509
Function detail
X Y Z Default values
Galvanic
Polarographic
Sensor output
3.75 μA for 50 micron type
Galvanic
7.50 μA for 25 micron type
User defined
Sensor output
50 nA
Polarographic
User defined
Sensor check
Zero check: disabled
Zero check: enabled
Slope check: disabled
Slope check: enabled
Membrane check: disabled/only for Galvanic
Membrane check: enabled/only for Galvanic
Maximum permissible 0 to 19.99 μA for Galvanic
Zero offset
0 to 199.9 nA for Polarographic
Minimum calibrated slope 0 to 99.9%
Maximum calibrated slope 100 to 400%
Not used
Salinity comp.(*2)
Compensation disabled
Compensation enabled
NaCl conc.
Concentration in g/kg water:
range 0.1 to 99.9 g/kg
Not used
0
1
0
1
9
0
9
0
1
0
0
3.75 μA
0
50 nA
0.1.0
0
1
0
1 (*1)
0.5 μA
5 nA
40%
200%
0
Valid when
code 04 is 1
(*1): Membrane check can be enabled when galvanic sensor is selected and cannot be used unless the floating ball holder,
PB350G or PB360G, is used.
(*2): The instrument will not perform salinity compensation simply by setting the salinity compensation to “1” (enabled) in Code 04,
but requires the NaCl concentration. For measurement in consideration of the salinity of a sample, first, manually calibrate with
values corrected for salinity and enter the NaCl concentration in Code 04. (See Section 6-4, “Calibration method using manual
calibration method”)
(*3): Set 60 nA for the DO70G optical dissolved oxygen sensor.
5.3.2
Temperature functions
Code 10 *T.SENS
Select temperature sensor to suit the measuring probe. Refer to
instructions with DO sensor for which temperature sensor is used.
Code 11 *T.UNIT
Select °C or °F for temperature display.
Code 12 *T.ADJ
Adjust offset in temperature measurement when the sensor is at a stable
known value.
Code 13 *T.MAN
Enable and set manual temperature compensation.
After the manual temperature set menu has been displayed, enter
temperature signals and press the [ENT] key to set. If the manual
temperature compensation is enabled, the temperature set menu is
displayed in maintenance mode.
The maximum and minimum slope values that may be entered depend on the nominal current
from service code 01.
Example : When nominal current = 3.75 μA the maximum and minimum slope calibration
values that may be entered are:Maximum 3.75 x 2 = 7.5 μA
Minimum 3.75 x 0.4 = 1.5 μA
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Calibration functions
Code 20 *ΔT.SEC
Set stability parameters for calibration. A greater time, and/or a smaller
step gives
greater stability before a calibration can be accepted. Use caution,
however, to avoid very long calibration times.
*Δmg/L
Code 21 *0.CAL
In the DO30G sensor or other galvanic sensors and polarographic
sensors, the zero point fluctuates less than the span. Therefore, with the
zero check, a zero calibration is not required for these sensors provided
that they are used in environments with high-concentration dissolved
oxygen such as aerobic tanks.
The zero calibration is recommended when installing sensors, replacing
membranes, or performing measurement in anaerobic tanks with
lowconcentration dissolved oxygen.
The two-point calibration (zero and span) is necessary for the DO70G
optical dissolved oxygen sensor because of its operation principle. Select
1 to enable zero calibration.
NOTE:
The zero point is reset to the default when 0 is set (zero calibration disabled) even after
calibration.
Code 22 *ZERO
Zero current values can be entered manually. If a zero calibration is made
in maintenance mode, a zero current value will be automatically reset.
NOTE:
A zero current value is displayed only when a zero calibration is enabled in code 21.
*SLOPE
Slope values can be manually entered with current values. If a
span calibration is made in maintenance mode, slope values will be
automatically reset.
NOTE:
Slope values can be displayed with current values. When span check functions are enabled in
code 02, the above current values are converted to % values and compared with the set values.
Slope % = current sensitive current /reference sensitive current
Code Display
Function
Temperature Measuring Functions
10
*T.SENS Temp. Comp.
11
*T.UNIT
Temp units
12
13
*T.ADJ
*T.MAN
Temp adjust
Manual TC
1419
Function detail
X Y Z Default values
Pt100 RTD
Pt1000 RTD (DO30)
PB36 = 2k2 NTC
22k NTC (SM31) (DO70G)
Celsius
Fahrenheit
Adjustment +/- 7.5 °C or +/- 13.5 °F
Automatic temperature comp
Manual temp compensation
Not used
0
1
2
3
0
1
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Function
Calibration Settings
20
*ΔT.SEC Stabilization
*Δmg/L
Step
21
*0.CAL
Zero cal.
22
*ZERO
Zero entry
*SLOPE
Slope entry
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Function detail
X Y Z Default values
Stabilisation time range 10- 600 s
DO step change range 0-50 mg/L or 0-300
%
Zero calibration disabled
0
Zero Calibration enabled
1
Galvanic:
In case that zero check is activated in code
02 within *I.CELL value set in code 02
In case that zero check is not activated in
code 02 ±19.99 μA
Polarographic:
In case that zero check is activated in code
02 within *I.CELL value set in code 02
In case that zero check is not activated in
code 02 ±199.9 nA
Minimum setting
(*I.CELL set in code 01) × (*SL.MIN set in code 02)
Maximum setting
(*I.CELL set in code 01) × (*SL.MAX set in code 02)
Not used
60 s
0.05 mg/L
0
00.00 μA
000.0 nA
3.75 μA (50
nA)
mA output settings
Code 30 *mA
Select 0-20 mA or 4-20 mA for each of the mA outputs.
Code 31 *OUTP.F
Select the parameter to be transmitted on each of the mA outputs.
Select the control action when PI selected on mA2. Direct action gives an
increasing output with an increase in measured value.
*D/R
Code 32 *BURN
Select “burn-out” signalling of diagnosed failures.
Code 33 *RGmA2
Set proportional band for PI control on mA2.
Code 34 *tImA2
Set integral time for PI control on mA2.
Code 35-36*TABL1,
*TABL2
Set up output linearization tables when selected in code 31.
Code 37 *DAMP
Set damping time to smooth out erratic process fluctuations.
Code 38 *SWTCH
After enabling range 1B, the user can set this range in commissioning
mode. By pressing the external button with range 1B enabled, range 1B
will be used instead of the normal range 1, until this button is not pressed
anymore.
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Code Display
Function
mA Output Functions
30
*mA
mA output
31
32
*OUTP.F
Output function
*D/R
Control action
*BURN
Burn-out
33
*RGmA2
Prop. range
34
35
*tImA2
*TABL1
Integral time
Table for mA1
36
37
38
*TABL2
*DAMP
*SWTCH
Table for mA2
Output damping
Range 1B
39
Function detail
X Y Z Default values
Output 1 is 0- 20 mA
Output 1 is 4- 20 mA
Output 2 is 0- 20 mA
Output 2 is 4- 20 mA
Process value on mA1
Table on mA1
Process value on mA2
Table on mA2
Temperature on mA2
PI control on mA2
Reverse acting PI-control
Direct acting PI control
No burn-out function on mA1
Burn low on fail on mA1
Burn high on fail on mA1
No burn-out function on mA2
Burn low on fail on mA2
Burn high on fail on mA2
Proportional band: 0- 50 mg/L
0-300 % saturation
Integral time in seconds 10 - 1999 s
21 point table: Process value at
0, 5, .. 100 % of span
21 point table: 0, 5, .. 100 %
damping 0- 120 s
Disabled
Enabled
Not used
0
1
1.1
0
1
0
1
0.2
0
1
2
3
0
1
0
1
2
0
0.0
0
1
2
5.0 mg/L
100 s
none
none
0s
0
0
1
NoteTo enable wash function, set Service Code 38 to 0, Service Code 42 to 4.0.0, and Service
Code 51 to 0.1.0.
5.3.5
Contact outputs
Code 40, *S1 & *S2 Process relays can be set for a variety of alarm and control function.
41, 42 & 43
Digit “X” sets the type of trigger:
Off means that the relay is not active
Low setpoint means that the relay is triggered by a decreasing
measurement.
High setpoint means that the relay is triggered by an increasing
measurement “HOLD” active means that there is maintenance activity in
progress so the measurement is not live.
For *S3
There is the extra possibility to set up for a wash controller.
For *S4
There is the extra possibility to set up for “FAIL” indication.
Digit “Y” sets the control action:
Process alarm is a simple On/Off trip controlled by the high/low setpoint.
Proportional duty cycle control has a pulse width modulation for
proportional dosing with solenoid valves.
Proportional frequency control is used for controlling electrically
positioned valves.
Temperature alarm is an On/Off trip on the measured temperature.
Digit “Z” sets the control parameter:
With or without “integral” action.
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Function
Contact Settings
40
*S1
Contact S1
41
42
43
*S2
*S3
*S4
Contact S2
Contact S3
Contact S4
Function detail
Contact 1 inactive
Low alarm configuration
High alarm configuration
Active during HOLD
Activation by process value
Proportional duty cycle
Proportional pulse frequency
Activation by temperature
PI control inactive
PI control active
Contact 2 inactive
Low alarm configuration
High alarm configuration
Active during HOLD
Activation by process value
Proportional duty cycle
Proportional pulse frequency
Activation by temperature
PI control inactive
PI control active
Contact 3 inactive
Low alarm configuration
High alarm configuration
Active during HOLD
Active during WASH
Activation by process value
Proportional duty cycle
Proportional pulse frequency
Activation by temperature
PI control inactive
PI control active
Contact 4 inactive
Low alarm configuration
High alarm configuration
Active during HOLD
Active during FAIL
Activation by process value
Proportional duty cycle
Proportional pulse frequency
Activation by temperature
PI control inactive
PI control active
X Y Z Default values
0
1
2
3
2.00
0
1
2
3
0
1
0
1
2
3
1.00
0
1
2
3
0
1
0
1
2
3
4
4.00
0
1
2
3
0
1
0
1
2
3
4
4.00
0
1
2
3
0
1
Code 44 *D.TIME
The delay time (or dead time) sets the minimum relay switching time. This
function can be adjusted to give a good alarm function in a noisy process,
preventing the relay from “chattering” or repeatedly switching when the
signal is close to the setpoint.
The hysteresis is the value beyond the setpoint that the measured value
must exceed before the control function will start working.
*P.HYST
*T.HYST
Code 45 *RANGE
Proportional range is the value above (or below) the setpoint that
generates full output in proportional control.
*PER.
The time period of the overall pulse control cycle (one ON and one OFF
period).
*FREQ.
The maximum frequency for the pulse frequency control.
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Code 46 *tI.CNT
The integral time for the PI control settings.
Code 47 *EXPIR
When a system is set up to control on the relay outputs, the expiry time
can be enabled to warn of an ineffective control. In other words, when
the setpoint is exceeded for more than 15 minutes an error message is
generated. This can mean, for example, that the reagent tank is empty.
Code Display
Function
Contacts Settings
44
*D.TIME Dead Time
*P.HYST Hysteresis
45
46
47
*T.HYST
Temp hyst
*RANGE
*PER.
*FREQ.
*tI.CNT
*EXPIR
Prop. control
Duty cycle
Frequency
Integral time
Time out alarm
*tE.mn
4849
Function detail
X Y Z Default values
Delay after setpoint passed 0- 2.0 s
Process value hysteresis
0-50 mg/L or 0-300 %
Temperature hysteresis
0- 5 °C (0- 12 °F)
Proportional range 0- 50 mg/L
Period/ Duty cycle : 5- 100 s
Frequency control 50 - 120 per min.
Int. time for contacts 10 - 1999 s
Disable time out alarm
Enable time out alarm
time out alarm after 0.5 - 199.9 min
Not used
0.2 s
0.1 mg/L
0.5 °C
0
1
5.0 mg/L
10.0 s
70 p.m.
100 s
0
15 min
l Control and Alarm Functions
Control output (mA):
- Adjustable parameters:
Setpoint, proportional range and integral time.
Process alarm:
Pl control on the 2nd mA output.
The 2nd mA output can be configured to give a P/I (proportional and
integral) control output.
The setpoint, proportional band and integral time are each fully
programmable.
The contact will be switched when the process value reaches a limit.
This can either be a high or low limit.
- Adjustable parameters:
Setpoint for the process value Hysteresis of the switching action Delay
time of the relay (0 to 200 s)
PI duty cycle control (Fig. 1):
The contact is used to control the time a solenoid valve is opened.
The proportional control is achieved by opening and closing the solenoid
valve and varying the ratio of on and off time (on, off).
- Adjustable parameters:
Setpoint, proportional range and integral time. Total period of the pulse
period (5 to 100 s)
PI pulse frequency control (Fig. 2):
The contact is used to control a pulse-driven pump.
The frequency of pulses regulates the pump speed.
- Adjustable parameters:
Setpoint, proportional range & integral time. Maximum pulse frequency
(50 to 120/min.)
Wash cleaning of sensors (Fig. 3):
Contact S3 is used to control the wash cycle, or as a process alarm.
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- Adjustable parameters:
Cleaning time or washing time (tw) Recovery time after washing (tr)
Interval time for wash cycle.
The graph shows a typical response curve during washing. The wash and
recovery times need to be set to suit the process.
Fault alarm:
Contact S4 by default set to function as an alarm, indicating that the
DO402G has found a fault in the measuring loop. If the self diagnostics of
the DO402G indicate a fault or error, the FAIL contact will be switched. In
most cases this will be caused by a malfunction of the measuring loop.
The FAIL contact is also closed when the power is removed.
The “FAIL” contact may also be configured as a fourth process alarm.
% duty cycle control
100
toff > 0.1 sec
Duty cycle
50%
50
50%
ton
toff
Duty cycle
ton > 0.1 sec
0
Setpoint
Figure 1
Proportional
Range
Duty cycle
DO
Time
% of output range
Duty cycle control
0.3 s
% controller output
100
Maximum pulse frequency
0.3 s
50
0
Setpoint
Figure 2
50% pulse frequency
No pulses
Proportional
Range
DO
% of output range
Time
Pulse Frequency control
DO
Wash
tw
Recovery
tr
Interval Time
Figure 3
Time
Dynamic response during wash
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User interface
Code 50 *RETWhen Auto return is enabled, the converter reverts to the measuring
mode from anywhere in the configuration menus, when no button is
pressed during the set time interval of 10 minutes.
It is recommended to set 0 (auto-return disabled) temporarily when
operating long maintenance such as water calibration.
Code 51 *MODE
The adjustment of the contact setpoints, and the manual operation of
the wash system can be setup for operation in the maintenance mode.
(Through the closed front cover). In maintenance mode the pressure
can be entered (M. PRESS). If manual pressure is enabled, a warning is
given when starting manual-, water and air calibration.
Code 52 *PASS
Passcodes can be set on any or all of the access levels, to restrict access
to the instrument configuration.
Code 53 *Err.04
Error message configuration. Two different types of failure mode can be
set.
Hard fail gives a steady FAIL flag in the display, and a continuous contact
closure. All the other contacts (controls) are inhibited (except HOLD
contacts), and a Fail signal is transmitted on the outputs when enabled in
code 32.
Soft fail gives a flashing FAIL flag in the display, and the relay contacts are
pulsed. The other contacts (controls) are still functional, and the controller
continues to work normally. The call for maintenance is a good example
of where a SOFT fail is useful. A warning that the regular maintenance is
due, should not be used to shut down the whole measurement. An extra
choice is added for Errors set to Soft Fail. It can be set to LCD + Fail
contact (current situation) or to LCD only.
Code 54 *E12
Overrange alarm, set limit for supersaturation permissible before FAIL
alarm is triggered. When using DO70G optical dissolved oxygen sensor,
set it to 300.
Code 55 *CALL.M
Call for maintenance is a contact trigger to signal that the system has
been in service for longer than the set time without calibration. The user
can set up to 250 days as a routine service interval.
Code 56 *UNIT
Select mg/L, ppm or % saturation as the main unit, to suit the application.
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Code Display
User Interface
50
*RET
Auto return
51
add. to MAINT
*MODE
52
*PASS
53
*Err.01
Function
Password
Pass: 111 for #=1, 333
for #=2, 777 for #=3,
888 for #=4, 123 for
#=5, 957 for #=6, 331
for #=7, 546 for #=8,
847 for #=9
Error setting
*Err.02
*Err.03
*Err.04
*Err.07
*Err.08
*Err.09
*Err.12
*Err.16
*Err.22
*SOFT
54
55
*E12
*CALL.M
overrange limit
E16 setting
56
*UNIT
PV unit
5759
Function detail
X Y Z Default values
No return to meas. from HOLD
Return to meas. after 10 min
Setpoint adj. disabled
Setpoint adj. also in MAINT
Wash start disabled
Wash start in maintenance mode
Manual pressure disabled
Manual pressure enabled
Direct access to MAINT
MAINT protected by password
Direct access to COMM
COMM protected by password
Direct access to SERV
SERV protected by password
Response & Time failure
Soft fail
Response & Time failure
Hard fail
Zero calibration
Soft fail
Zero calibration Hard fail
Slope calibration
Soft fail
Slope calibration
Hard fail
Membrane failure
Soft fail
Membrane failure
Hard fail
Temperature sensor open Soft fail
Temperature sensor open Hard fail
Temp. sensor shorted
Soft fail
Temp. sensor shorted
Hard fail
Cell current abnormal
Soft fail
Cell current abnormal
Hard fail
Abnormal measured value Soft fail
Abnormal measured value Hard fail
Cell for maintenance
Soft fail
interval time exceeded
Cell for maintenance
Hard fail
interval time exceeded
Control time-out
Soft fail
Control time-out
Hard fail
LCD Fail Constant
LCD only
E12 active at 0 - 300 % sat *2
No call for maintenance
Call for maint. enabled
E16 message after 1- 250 days
Unit of measurement mg/L
Unit of measurement ppm
Unit of measurement % sat.
Not used
0
1
0
1
1 *1
0.0.0
0
1
0
1
0
#
0.0.0
0
#
0
#
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1Hard
1Hard
1Hard
1Hard
1Hard
1Hard
1Hard
1Hard
0Soft
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
2
0Soft
0 LCD Fail
150%
0
30
0
*1: It is recommended to set 0 (invalid) temporarily when operating long maintenance such as water calibration.
*2:For setting a value greater than 199.9, move the decimal point. For a value greater than 200%, decimal places cannot be used.
Set the value to 300 when using DO70G.
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5.3.7
Communication setup
Please do not use the Code 60, 61 and 62 due to the factory use.
Code 60 *COMM., *SET., *ADDR.
Code 61 *HOUR, *MINUT, *SECND, *YEAR, *MONTH, *DAY
Code 62 *ERASE
5.3.8General
Code 70 *LOAD
5.3.9
The load defaults code allows the instrument to be returned to the default
set up with a single operation. This can be useful when wanting to change
from one application to another.
Test and setup mode
Code 80 *TEST
Not used
Note:Attempting to change data in service code 80 and above without the proper instructions
and equipment, can result in corruption of the instrument setup, and will impair the
performance of the unit.
Code Display
Function
Communication
60
*COMM. Communication
*SET.
61
62
6369
*ADDR.
*HOUR
*MINUT
*SECND
*YEAR
*MONTH
*DAY
*ERASE
Code Display
General
70
*LOAD
7179
Baud rate & parity
Network address
Clock setup
Function detail
X Y Z Default values
Set communication
Off
Set communication
On
Communication write enable
Communication write protect
Baud rate
1200
2400
4800
9600
ParityOff
Odd
Even
Set address 00 to 15
Adjust to current date and time using >, ^
and ENT keys
(Don’t use.)
0
1
0
1
2
3
0.1
0
1
0
1
2
3.1
Off
write
protect
9600
Odd
00
–
Not used
Function
Load defaults
Code Display
Function
Test and setup mode
80
*TEST
Test and setup
Function detail
X Y Z Default values
Reset configuration to default values
Not used
Function detail
X Y Z Default values
Not used
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Calibration Procesure
Calibration of the dissolved oxygen analyzer is performed in the following situations:
• When a new dissolved oxygen sensor is installed.
• When the membrane is replaced and/or the electrolyte solution is replaced
•When the measuring error after cleaning exceeds the acceptable deviation from reference
method
•When error message E12 or E16 indicates the need for maintenance
NOTE
It may take a long time for the electrodes to stabilize in the first electrolysis just after installing
the DO30G sensor or other galvanic sensors and polarographic sensors, or after replacing the
membrane or electrolyte solution. The zero calibration in particular should be carried out after
leaving the sensor operating in air or measurement liquid for about half a day. The time for
stabilizing the zero point can be reduced by shorting the terminals 13 and 15 of the sensor cable
before installation.
6.1General
6.1.1
Calibration methods
There are three methods for calibration of the DO402G dissolved-oxygen analyzer: air
calibration, water calibration and manual calibration.
l Air calibration
This method simplifies a procedure of span calibration. Air calibration is done in AIR.CAL mode in
maintenance level. Select 1 in service code 21 for a zero calibration. Zero calibration uses zero
oxygen solution or zero oxygen gas.
l Water calibration
This method features higher accuracy than the air calibration. When using DO30G sensors, other
galvanic sensors or polarographic sensors, you can omit the process of zero calibration unless
the measured concentration value is around zero.
Always select 1 in service code 21 for the DO70G optical dissolved oxygen sensor and perform
zero calibration.
Water calibration is not possible in salt water unless salinity compensation is activated in service
code 04. The calibration is done in H2O.CAL mode in maintenance level.
l Manual calibration
This is a calibration method whereby the sensor is not exposed to a calibration fluid, but
is calibrated by comparison with a reference method. This reference method is normally a
laboratory analysis of the water sample: either by iodometric titration according ISO 5813 or an
electrochemical method according ISO 5814.
The calibration is done in MAN.CAL mode in maintenance level.
NOTE
Calibration must be carried out after changing the manual pressure setting (see service code 51).
When the manual pressure is enabled, air and water calibrations are made based on the
specified pressure.
M.PR.ON YES/NO is displayed before the calibration to confirm whether the calibration will be
made based on the pressure.
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Diagnostic functions performed during calibration
The calibration is a semi-automatic calibration, which means that the sensor output is used for
calculation of sensor parameters after the readings have stabilized. The criteria for stabilization
are set in service code 20. If stable readings are not achieved within one hour error E1 message
will appear on the display and the procedure is aborted. The calculated sensor parameters are
compared with preset tolerances and if these conditions are not met, Error E2 (Zero Error) or E3
(Slope Error) will be signalled.
NOTE
6.2
1.
Error messages that appear initially indicate inadequate settings of the diagnostic variables
in service codes 01, 20 and/or 22.
2.
Patience improves the accuracy of calibration. When the DO402G prompts the user that
the preset criteria are met by showing CAL.END message it only means that the minimum
criteria are met. When the signal still changes after this initial acceptance, DO402G will
automatically update the sensor characteristics with the new information.
Calibration procedure using air calibration
method
6.2.1Preparation
Move the sensor to a maintenance site and wash off any dirt on the membrane. Lightly wipe off
any remaining water from the membrane with a soft tissue.
Expose the sensor to the air in an environment where there is no temperature change and no
wind. (A convenient way to accomplish this environment is to place the sensor in an empty
bucket)
NOTE
If sensors are used without temperature compensating element, the temperature must be
adjusted to ambient temperature in service code 13.
Before zero calibration, see 6.3.1 Preparation
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6.2.2
Procedure for air calibration
Press the MODE key. AUT.CAL appears in the display, and the
YES/NO key prompt flags flash. Press YES.
If “X.X.1” is selected in Service Code 51,
the M.PR.ON message will appear to
indicate that the manual pressure is
enabled. Press YES to proceed.
MODE
MEASURE
AIR.CAL
H2O.CAL
MAN.CAL
DISPLAY
HOLD
YES
NO
MODE
YES
CONTACTS
YES
S1
NO
YES
NO
S2
ENT
WASH/S3
NO
FAIL/S4
from *2
The instruments waits for
the reading to stabilize.
(The display flashes)
When reading Is stable,
the CAL.END message
appears.
YOKOGAWA
to *2
NO
Note: To start calibration
with a zero solution,
press NO (zero
calibration must be
activated in service
code 21).
YES
NO
NO
from *1
NO
YES
NO
to *1
Press YES for single point
adjustment.
After briefly displaying WAIT, the display
returns to the normal readout.
YES
to *2
YES
Transfer to zero
solution and press YES.
NO
to *2
NO
to *2
NO
YES
When the reading is stable, the CAL.END
message appears. Press YES.
YES
NO
YES
After briefly displaying WAIT, the display returns to
the normal readout.
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Calibration procedure using water
calibration method
6.3.1Preparation
Move the sensor to a maintenance site and wash off any dirt on the membrane. Lightly wipe off
any remaining water from the membrane with a soft tissue.
Prepare the necessary equipment and reagents to be used for the span and (if required) zero
calibration.
Equipment for span calibration includes:
• beaker or bucket
• magnetic stirrer or other means of agitating the water
• Demineralized water or salty process water if salinity compensation is activated
• Air supply pump (aquarium pump)
• Glass diffuser to generate small air bubbles
NOTE:It takes 15 to 30 minutes of aeration before it can be assumed that the water is fully
saturated with air.
Reagent for zero calibration:
• Sodium sulfite
• demineralized water
The zero oxygen solution contains approximately 50 grams of sodium sulfite per liter.
6.3.2
Calibration operation (water calibration method)
If both zero and span calibration are used, it is better to start with span calibration in spite of
normal calibration sequence with analog instrumentation. Otherwise the sensor must be rinsed
off carefully to prevent ingress of oxygen absorbing sulfite in the aerated water.
NOTE
It takes a long time to calibrate the DO30G sensor or other galvanic sensors and polarographic
sensors with sulfite-saturated water. Even after CAL.END is displayed, wait 40 to 50 minutes
and then press the YES key. If the YES key is pressed without waiting, the indicator may
show a minus reading during measurement. In an aerobic tank with high dissolved oxygen
concentrations, a zero calibration is not required if a zero check is performed, because the
indicating error is so insignificant that it does not affect the measurement results. There will be no
problem if the electrodes are immersed in a zero solution for about 10 minutes and the indication
falls below 1 mg/L. However, it is recommended to wait for about 60 minutes before performing
a zero calibration when a new sensor is installed, when the membrane is replaced, or in a place
where dissolved oxygen concentrations are low, such as in an anaerobic tank. If the solubility
does not fall below 1 mg/L even after waiting for about 10 minutes, remove the sensor and clean
it, and replace the membrane and/or replace the electrolyte solution.
Calibration may take longer than 10 minutes. Before starting the calibration procedure, check the
setting of Auto Return (*RET.) in Service Code 50. It is recommended to set the Auto Return to
“0” (No return to meas. from HOLD). After the calibration procedure has been completed, set the
Auto Return to the desired setting in Service Code 50.
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Procedure for Water calibration
MODE
If “X.X.1” is selected in Service
Code 51,
the M.PR.ON message will appear
to indicate that the manual
pressure is enabled. Press YES to
proceed.
MEASURE
AIR.CAL
H2O.CAL
MAN.CAL
DISPLAY
HOLD
YES
NO
MODE
CONTACTS
YES
NO
S1
S2
ENT
YES
NO
WASH/S3
FAIL/S4
NO
YES
YOKOGAWA
YES
NO
from *2
The instruments waits for
the reading to stabilize.
(The display flashes)
When reading Is stable,
the CAL.END message
appears.
to *2
NO
Note: To start calibration
with a zero solution,
press NO (zero
calibration must be
activated in service
code 21).
YES
NO
NO
from *1
NO
to *2
NO
to *2
to *1
After briefly displaying WAIT, the display
returns to the normal readout.
YES
Transfer to zero
solution and press YES.
NO
NO
Press YES for single point
adjustment.
to *2
YES
YES
Place sensor
in calibration
solution
NO
NO
YES
When the reading is stable, the CAL END
message appears. Press YES.
YES
NO
YES
After briefly displaying WAIT, the display returns to
the normal readout.
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Calibration method using manual
calibration method
6.4.1Preparation
a.Cleaning
Confirm that the readings of the analyzer are stable and measured with a clean sensor.
Otherwise move the sensor to a maintenance site and wash off any dirt on the sensor membrane
Move the sensor back to the process water and wait for the readings to stabilize.
b.Sampling
The manual calibration procedure involves adjustment of the readings to a reference standard.
Normally this reference is a laboratory measurement that analyses a sample that must be
identical to the sample measured with the on-line analyzer.
The following precautions must be taken into account:
• The sample must be analyzed directly after sampling to avoid change of dissolved oxygen
concentration or temperature after sampling.
• The reference standard must be analyzed with a laboratory meter that is calibrated prior to
sample analysis.
• The reference method must be calibrated with the same calibration data as specified in ISO
5814 to avoid in discrepancies.
Most important calibration data are:
Dissolved oxygen concentration at saturation conditions as function of temperature, barometric
pressure, altitude and salinity.
These data are included in this manual for reference and verification of correct calibration
of reference analyzers. DO402G has taken all these variables into account during the semiautomatic calibration methods.
c. Compensating the salinity of a sample.
Example of procedure for (salinity compensation) calibration.
When performed in consideration of the salinity, calibration should be done manually.
The following shows a procedure for salinity compensation. Perform the calibration referring to
Table 6.1.
l Assuming that the atmosphere is 1 atm, the solution temperature is 22.5 ºC,
and the salinity is 30 g/kg (3 wt % seawater equivalent):
1.
2.
3.
Calculating the saturated concentration of water
According to Table 6.1, the solubility is 8.74 mg/L at 22 ºC and 8.58 mg/L at 23 ºC.
The solubility at 22.5 ºC is calculated as follows:
8.74 + (8.58 - 8.74) × (22.5 - 22) = 8.66 mg/L
Calculating the value corrected for salinity
0.0453 + (0.0443 - 0.0453) × (22.5 - 22) = 0.0448 mg/L
0.0448 × 30 = 1.34 mg/L
Calculating the saturated concentration of solution (to be calibrated)
8.66 – 1.34 = 7.32 mg/L
NOTE
When salinity compensation is done, salinity compensation must be enabled in Service Code 04
to allow the instrument to show the saturated concentration (%) during sample measurements
correctly.
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Procedure for manual calibration
MODE
MEASURE
AIR.CAL
H2O.CAL
MAN.CAL
DISPLAY
HOLD
YES
NO
CONTACTS
MODE
YES
NO
S1
S2
WASH/S3
ENT
FAIL/S4
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
YOKOGAWA
NO
NO
YES
YES
If “X.X.1” is selected in Service Code
51, the M.PR.ON message will appear
to indicate that manual pressure is
enabled. Press YES to proceed.
NO
YES
NO
ENT
ENT
YES
ENT
NO
ENT
YES
Select the flashing digit with the > key.
After briefly displaying WAIT,
the display returns to
the normal readout.
Increase its value by pressing the ^ key.
When the correct value is displayed, press ENT to enter the change.
Press YES to return to the
measuring mode. (Single Point
adjustment only)
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Table 6.1 Solubility of oxygen (mg/L) in water as a function of temperature & salinity
Temp Solubility of oxygen in water in equilibrium with
(°C)
air @101.325kPa[pO2] (mg/L)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
14.62
14.22
13.83
13.46
13.11
12.77
12.45
12.14
11.84
11.56
11.29
11.03
10.78
10.54
10.31
10.08
9.84
9.66
9.47
9.28
9.09
8.91
8.74
8.58
8.42
8.26
8.11
7.97
7.83
7.69
7.56
Correction to be substracted for each degree of salinity
expressed in grams per kilogram of total salts in water
[ΔpO2] (mg/L)
0.0875
0.0843
0.0818
0.0789
0.0760
0.0739
0.0714
0.0693
0.0671
0.0650
0.0632
0.0614
0.0593
0.0582
0.0561
0.0545
0.0532
0.0514
0.0500
0.0489
0.0475
0.0464
0.0453
0.0443
0.0432
0.0421
0.0407
0.0400
0.0389
0.0352
0.0371
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Table 6.2 Solubility of oxygen (mg/L) at various temperatures and elevations (based on sea level
barometric pressure of 760 mmHg)
Temp
(°C)
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
0
14.6
13.8
13.1
12.4
11.8
11.3
10.8
10.3
9.9
9.5
9.1
8.7
8.4
8.1
7.8
7.5
7.3
7.1
6.8
6.6
6.4
Elevation (metres above sea level)
300
600
900 1200 1500
14.1 13.6 13.2 12.7 12.3
13.3 12.9 12.4 12.0 11.6
12.7 12.2 11.9 11.4 11.0
12.0 11.6 11.2 10.8 10.4
9.9
11.4 11.0 10.6 10.3
9.5
9.8
10.9 10.5 10.2
9.1
9.4
9.7
10.4 10.1
8.7
9.0
9.3
9.6
9.9
8.3
8.6
8.9
9.2
9.5
8.0
8.3
8.6
8.9
9.2
7.7
7.9
8.2
8.5
8.8
7.3
7.6
7.8
8.1
8.4
7.1
7.3
7.6
7.8
8.1
6.8
7.0
7.3
7.6
7.8
6.6
6.8
7.0
7.3
7.5
6.3
6.5
6.8
7.0
7.2
6.1
6.4
6.6
6.8
7.1
6.0
6.2
6.4
6.6
6.9
5.7
5.9
6.1
6.3
6.6
5.6
5.7
5.9
6.2
6.4
5.4
5.6
5.8
6.0
6.2
1800
11.8
11.2
10.6
10.1
9.6
9.2
8.8
8.3
8.0
7.7
7.4
7.1
6.8
6.6
6.3
6.1
5.9
5.8
5.5
5.4
5.2
Table 6.3 Solubility of oxygen (mg/L) of sea water & fresh water (based on sea level barometric pressure
of 760 mmHg)
Temp
(°C)
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
Solubility
Seawater (mg/L)
Fresh water
(mg/L)
14.62
11.97
13.84
11.36
13.13
10.82
12.48
10.29
11.87
9.84
11.33
9.43
10.83
9.05
10.37
8.69
9.95
8.37
9.54
8.06
9.17
7.77
8.83
7.48
8.53
7.21
8.22
6.93
7.92
6.67
7.63
6.41
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7-1
7.Maintenance
It is important for maintaining the measurement accuracy of the EXA DO series of wire
dissolvedoxygen metering system to perform inspection and maintenance at fixed intervals. It
also serves to prevent problems from arising.
This chapter describes daily inspection and maintenance for the purpose of maintaining system
performance.
7.1
Overall dissolved oxygen metering system
Tables 7.1 and 7.2 show the inspection and maintenance items for equipment composing 4-wire
dissolved-oxygen metering system. The procedure of inspection and maintenance for the
dissolved oxygen converter is described in Section 7.2. For inspection and maintenance of the
sensors and holders, see each user’s manual respectively.
7.1.1
Inspection and maintenance to be implemented
periodically
Table 7.1 shows the items which are recommended to be inspected and maintained periodically.
Table 7.1 Items for periodic inspection and maintenance of 4-wire dissolved-oxygen metering system
Instrument or apparatus
All equipment
Dissolved oxygen sensor
Dissolved oxygen converter
Float holder
Immersion holder
7.1.2
Item
a. Calibration
a. Clean the tip of the sensor
b. Polishing of (silver) electrode surface
and replacement of electrolyte
c. Replacement of membrane assembly
d. Replacement of sensor cap
a. Inspection of temperature indication
(error check)
b. Replacement of fuse
a. Sweeping of winch mechanism
a. Inspection of sensor holding O-ring
b. Sweeping of cleaner nozzle
c. Inspection for leakage from the
solenoid valve for cleaning utility
Recommended Interval
a. 1 to 2 months
a. 1 to 2 months
b. 6 to 8 months
c. 6 to 8 months
d. 6 to 12 months
a. 6 months
b. 1 to 2 years
a. (depends on installation
environment)
a. 6 months
b. 1 to 2 months
c. 6 months
Inspection and maintenance to be implemented on
occasion
Occasionally implement the maintenance that is not directly related to measurement functions
and maintenance associated with errors.
Table 7.2 Items for occasional inspection and maintenance of 4-wire dissolved-oxygen metering
Faulty phenomenon
Error E2 occurrence
System content of inspection
Check whether the dissolved-oxygen sensor membrane is contaminated or
not.
Check whether the nozzle is clogged or not.
Error E3 occurrence
Polish the silver electrode surface of the galvanic dissolvedoxygen sensor,
platinum surface of the polarographic dissolvedoxygen sensor, and replace
the electrolyte. Check that the connection between sensor and sensor
cable is fit, and LED emission of the optical dissolved-oxygen sensor.
It is difficult to see the inside of
Wipe off the dirt on the transparent window using tissue paper or the like.
the converter through the window (Use detergent for hard-to-clean dirt.)
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Periodic maintenance for the DO402G
converter
The DO402G converter requires very little periodic maintenance. The housing is sealed to IP65
(NEMA 4X) standards, and remains closed in normal operation. Users are required only to make
sure the front window is kept clean in order to permit a clear view of the display and allow proper
operation of the pushbuttons. If the window becomes soiled, clean it using a soft damp cloth or
soft tissue. To deal with more stubborn stains, a neutral detergent may be used.
NOTE
Never used harsh chemicals or solvents. In the event that the window becomes heavily stained
or scratched, refer to the parts list (Chapter 9) for replacement part numbers.
CAUTION
When you must open the front cover and/or glands, make sure that the seals are clean and
correctly fitted when the unit is reassembled in order to maintain the housing’s weatherproof
integrity against water and water vapor. The DO measurement uses small signal currents and
may otherwise be prone to problems caused by exposure of the circuitry to condensation.
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Fuse Replacement
This section describes how to replace the power supply fuse.
WARNING
• Use only a fuse of the specified current, voltage and type ratings to prevent fire.
• Power to the instrument must be turned off at the external breaker before replacing the fuse.
After replacing the fuse, install a high-voltage shield plate before turning the power on.
• Do not short circuit the fuse holder.
n Specified Ratings of the Power Supply Fuse
The power supply fuse (recommended fuse) used in the DO402G is as follows.
l 100/115 V AC version
Rated breaking current:35 A or 10 times the rated current, whichever is greater (low breaking)
Maximum rated voltage:250 V
Maximum rated current:200 mA
Compliance:
UL, CSA, VDE, Japan’s Electrical Appliance and material Safety Law
Part number:
A1105EF
l 230 V AC version
Rated breaking current:35 A or 10 times the rated current, whichever is greater (low breaking)
Maximum rated voltage:250 V
Maximum rated current:100 mA
Compliance:
UL, CSA, VDE, Japan’s Electrical Appliance and material Safety Law
Part number:
A1103EF
l How to replace the fuse
1.
Before replacing the fuse, turn off power to the instrument at the external breaker.
2.
Remove the instrument cover and the high-voltage shield plate.
3.
Remove the cover from the fuse holder by pulling out by hand.
4.
Remove the fuse and install a new, recommended or equivalent fuse on the holder.
5.
Put the fuse cover back on the holder securely.
6.
Install the high-voltage shield plate.
It is recommended that the fuse be replaced every two years even if it has not blown.
Fuse Cover
Fuse Holder
Shield Plate
Figure 7.1 How to replace the fuse
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8.Troubleshooting
This chapter describes the countermeasures for failures, classifying the cases into three
categories: dissolvedoxygen converter failure, detection of failure with the self-diagnosis function,
and abnormal measured values. The causes for abnormal measured values are not limited to
equipment failures. If an abnormal phenomenon occurs, first check the following items:
• Is the property of the measuring solution different from normal ?
• Is the dissolvedoxygen sensor properly installed?
8.1
Measures in the case of converter operation
failure
8.1.1
No dissolved-oxygen converter operation
If the converter does not operate even when the power is supplied, one cause may be a blown
fuse inside the converter.
Examine the fuse by turning off the power supply (see Subsection 3.3.1 on page 3.5).
If the fuse is blown, replace it with a new one. If fuses frequently blow and the cause is not clear,
request an inspection by Yokogawa.
If the fuse is normal, examine the wiring system.
8.1.2
Operation key or display failure
If the operation keys do not operate smoothly or the display fails (e.g., a missing character
segment), repair of the printed circuit board (digital board) (replacement with a new one) is
required.
After the printed circuit board is replaced, operation checks and parameter settings are
necessary.
Contact Yokogawa and request board-replacement work.
8.2
Measures in the case of failure (Error)
detection
If a failure is detected through the self-diagnosis of the DO402G dissolved oxygen converter,
the FAIL contact is closed. The FAIL lamp on the operation panel lights up and an error number
appears in the data display.
NOTE
If an error is detected during configuration, the FAIL contact signal is output immediately but the
error number is displayed after that action or operation is completed.
When a FAIL contact signal is output, take measures according to Table 8.1.
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Table 8.1 Countermeasures in the case of failure (Error) detection
Error
Generation
No.
Mode
E1
AIR.CAL mode
H2O. CAL mode
Error Content and Causes
Countermeasures
Stability failure
Even after an hour has elapsed,
the measured value change does
not decrease within the set value
of (mg/L)
• Sensor temperature changes.
• Dissolved-oxygen of the
calibration solution changes.
• The value of A (mg/L) is not
suitable.
Zero point error failure
The zero point error exceeds the
set range
• Dirt sticks to the tip of the sensor.
• Membrane abnormality.
Electrolyte degradation.
Slope failure
The slope exceeds the range of 40
to 200 % of the theoretical value.
• Dirt sticks to the tip of the sensor.
• Membrane abnormality.
Electrolyte degradation.
Eliminate the causes and press the
(NO) key to perform re calibration.
E
H2O. CAL mode
E3
AIR.CAL mode
H2O. CAL mode
MAN.CAL mode
E4
Measuring mode
Sensor membrane failure
E7
All modes
E8
All modes
E9
All modes
E10
All modes
Measured temperature failure (too
high)
It exceeds 50.0 °C (122.0 °F).
• Measuring solution temperature
is high
• CODE 10 setting is not correct
• Sensor cable wiring failure
• Temperature sensor has failed
Measured temperature failure (too
low)
It falls below 0 °C (or 32.0 °F).
• Measuring solution temperature
is low
• CODE 10 setting is not correct
• Sensor cable wiring failure
• Temperature sensor has failed.
Input current failure
It does not satisfy the following
equation: input current < 50 μA
for galvanic sensor < 500 nA for
polarographic sensor and optical
sensor
EEPROM writing failure
Electronic circuit failure
E12
All modes
Abnormal measured value
The dissolved-oxygen value
(%sat.) exceeds
150 % (or value set in CODE 54)
Clean the sensor membrane,
sensor cap, and recalibrate. If the
error is detected again, replace
the electrolyte and the membrane,
sensor cap.
Clean the sensor membrane,
sensor cap, and recalibrate. If the
error is detected again, replace
the electrolyte and the membrane.
Check that the connection between
sensor and sensor cable is fit,
and LED emission of the optical
dissolved-oxygen sensor.
When error occurred again,
replace the sensor cap, sensor
cable or sensor itself.
Replace membrane
Check for wet O-rings in the
membrane assembly or wet
sealing face.
Wipe off wet areas and dry out.
Examine the temperatures of the
measuring solution and sensor and
the CODE 10 setting
Examine the sensor cable
connection status.
If the temperature sensor fails
(abnormal resistance), replace the
sensor.
Examine the temperatures of the
measuring solution and sensor and
the CODE 10 setting.
Examine the sensor cable
connection status.
If the temperature sensor fails
(abnormal resistance), replace the
sensor.
Examine the setting for CODE 01,
02
Turn off the power and then turn it
back on and check whether or not
the system returns to normal.
If the failure occurs again, contact
Yokogawa to request repair.
Examine the setting for CODE 01,
02
10, 12 & 54.
Accurately perform calibration.
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Error
Generation
No.
Mode
E15 CODE 12
E16
All modes
E17
RANGE mode
E18
E19
CODE 35 & 36
At data entry
E20
All modes
E21
All modes
E22
All modes
8-3
Error Content and Causes
Countermeasures
Temperature error correction failure
The difference between the
corrected value and the standard
value exceeds the range
corresponding to ±7.5°C (±13 5°F).
• Temperature entry is not
accurate.
• Sensor cable failure
Call for maintenance-interval time
exceeded
Incorrect span.
In the range setting, a value which
makes the span less than 1.0 mg/L
(or ppm) or 10 % sat. has been set.
Table values make no sense.
Configuration failure
A value not within the permissible
range is entered.
Instrument initialization failure
Accurately measure the
temperature of the measuring
solution (dissolved oxygen sensor).
Examine whether the sensor
cable fails (partial disconnection
or degraded insulation) and then
correct the temperature error
again.
Perform maintenance. Reset
interval.
Change the maximum or minimum
value in the range so that a span
more than the permissible value is
obtained.
Reprogram.
Re-enter a value within the
permissible range.
Repair is necessary. Contact
Yokogawa to request repair.
EPROM comparison failure
Repair if necessary. Contact
Yokogawa to request repair.
The time-out interval for high or low Take measures depending on the
alarm has elapsed.
purpose to use this function.
(if the function is enabled in CODE Reset the error with the (NO) key
47)
or (YES) key.
NOTE
It is possible that the error message does not disappear immediately after corrective measures.
Then turn power off and the turn it back on and check whether the system returns to normal.
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9-1
9.Appendix
Adjustable limits and defaults for settings in Commissioning Level
9.1Setpoint
Variable
*OX1
Default
19.5 mg/L
*OX2
1.0 mg/L
*OX3
10.0 mg/L
*OX4
10.0 mg/L
*Sp.mA2
10.0 mg/L
*T1
*T2
*T3
*T4
25.0 ºC/77 ºF
25.0 ºC/77 ºF
25.0 ºC/77 ºF
25.0 ºC/77 ºF
Lower limit
0.0 mg/L
0.0 ppm
0.0 %sat
0.0 mg/L
0.0 ppm
0.0 %sat
0.0 mg/L
0.0 ppm
0.0 %sat
0.0 mg/L
0.0 ppm
0.0 %sat
0.0 mg/L
0.0 ppm
0.0 %sat
0.0 ºC/32 ºF
0.0 ºC/32 ºF
0.0 ºC/32 ºF
0.0 ºC/32 ºF
Upper limit
50.0 mg/L
50.0 ppm
300 %sat
50.0 mg/L
50.0 ppm
300 %sat
50.0 mg/L
50.0 ppm
300 %sat
50.0 mg/L
50.0 ppm
300 %sat
50.0 mg/L
50.0 ppm
300 %sat
50 ºC/122 ºF
50 ºC/122 ºF
50 ºC/122 ºF
50 ºC/122 ºF
9.2Range
Variable
Range 1: Process
Default
0% = 0.00
100% = 19.99
Range 2: Process
0% = 0.00
100% = 19.99
Temperature
0% = 0 ºC / 32 ºF
100% = 50 ºC / 122 ºF
Lower limit
0.0 mg/L
0.0 ppm
0.0 %sat
0.0 mg/L
0.0 ppm
0.0 %sat
0.0 ºC / 32 ºF
Upper limit
50.0 mg/L
50.0 ppm
300 %sat
50.0 mg/L
50.0 ppm
300 %sat
50 ºC / 122 ºF
Note: The range has a minimum span of: 1.0 mg/L, 1.0 ppm or 10 %sat.
In case of a temperature output 25 ºC or 50 ºF
9.3Hold
Variable
mA fix 1
mA fix 2
Default
10.00 mA
10.00 mA
Lower limit
0 or 4 mA
0 or 4 mA
Upper limit
20 mA
20 mA
Lower limit
0.1 hours
0.1 minutes
0.1 minutes
Upper limit
36.0 hours
10.0 minutes
10.0 minutes
9.4Wash
Variable
Interval
Wash time
Recovery time
Default
6 hours
0.5 minutes
0.5 minutes
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User setting table
FUNCTION
SETTING DEFAULTS
Parameter specific functions
01 *S.TYPE 0
Galvanic (7 μA)
*I.CELL
0
3.75 μA
02 *CHECK 0.1.0
Zero Off
Slope On
Membrane Off
04 *SAL.TY 0
Off
Temperature measuring functions
10 *T.SENS 1
Pt1000
11 *T.UNIT
0
°C
12 *T.ADJ
None
13 *T.MAN
0
Off
Calibration parameter functions
20 *ΔT.SEC 60
sec.
*Δmg/L
0.05
mg/L
21 *0.CAL
0
Off
22 *ZERO
0
μA (nA)
*SLOPE 3.75 (50) μA (nA)
mA outputs
30 *mA
1.1
both 4-20mA
31 *OUTP.F 0.2
DO & Temp.
*D/R
0
Reverse (control)
32 *BURN
0.0
both off
33 *RG.mA2 5.0 mg/L
only for PI control
34 *tl.mA2
100 sec
only for PI control
35 *TABL1
21 pt table see code 31, §10-1
36 *TABL2
21 pt table see code 31, §10-1
37 *DAMP
0
sec.
38 *SWTCH 0
Off
Contacts
40 *S1
2.0.0
high process Al.
41 *S2
1.0.0
low process Al.
42 *S3
4.0.0
WASH
43 *S4
4.0.0
FAIL
44 *D.TIME 0.2
sec.
*P.HYST 0.1
mg/L
*T.HYST 0.5
°C
45 *RANGE 0.5
mg/L
*PER
10.0
sec.
*FREQ
70
p/min
46 *tI.CNT
100 sec.
only for PI control
47 *EXPIR
0
off
*tE.min
15
min
User Interface
50 *RET
1
on
51 *MODE
0.0.0
all off
52 *PASS
0.0.0
all off
USER SETTINGS
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53 *Err.01
1
*Err.02
1
*Err.03
1
*Err.04
1
*Err.07
1
*Err.08
1
*Err.09
1
*Err.12
1
*Err.16
0
*Err.22
0
*SOFT
0
54 *E12
150
55 *CALL.M 0
56 *UNIT
0
Communication
60 *COMM. 0.1
*SET.
3.1
*ADDR.
00
61 *HOUR
62 *ERASE
General
70 *LOAD
Test and setup mode
80 *TEST
SETTING DEFAULTS
hard fail
hard fail
hard fail
hard fail
hard fail
hard fail
hard fail
hard fail
soft fail
soft fail
LCD + fail
%
Off
mg/L
9-3
USER SETTINGS
off/write prot.
9600/odd
00
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l Error codes
Code
Error description
E1
Response time failure. Calibration failed
to reach stability in 1 hour
E2
Zero calibration out of limits
Check limits ± 0.5 μA (±5.0nA)
E3
Slope calibration out of limits
Check limits 40 to 200 %
Possible cause
Temperature unstable
Zero calibration not properly
performed
Calibration not properly
performed
Wrong membrane thickness set
Perforated membrane
Process temperature too high
Wrong sensor programmed
Incorrect wiring
E4
E7
Membrane failure
Temperature too high
> 50 °C/122 °F
E8
Temperature too low
< 0°C/32 °F
Process temperature too low
Wrong sensor programmed
Incorrect wiring
E9
Cell current abnormal
Galvanic : outside -10 to 50 μA
Polarographic: outside -100 to 500 nA
EEPROM write failure
Sensor fault
Programming fault
E10
E12
E15
E16
E17
E18
E19
E20
E21
E22
Suggested remedy
Avoid draughts and direct
sunshine
Repeat carefully
Repeat carefully
Check code 01
Replace and recalibrate
Check process
Check model code sensor
Check connections and
cable
Check process
Check model code sensor
Check connections and
cable
Check membrane
Check setup
Fault in electronics
Try again, if unsuccessful
contact Yokogawa
Abnormal measured value.
Wrong DO sensor or
Check code 01, 02, 10, 12
The dissolved oxygen value (%sat.)
temperaure sensor
and 54.
exceeds 150%. (or value set in Code 54) programmed.
Accurately perform
Incorrect wiring.
calibration.
Check cable
Cable resistance influence to temperature Cable resistance too high
Clean and reterminate
exceeds ±7.5°C (±13.5°F)
Corroded contacts
Reprogram
Wrong sensor programmed
Call for maintenance inetrval time
System not maintained in preset Perfrom maintenance
exceeded.
time period
Reset interval
Output span too small
Incorrect configuration by user
Reprogram
Table values make no sense
Wrong data programmed
Reprogram
Programmed values outside acceptable
Incorrect configuration by user
Reprogram
limits
All programmed data lost
Fault in electronics
Contact Yokogawa
Very severe interference
Checksum error
Software problem
Contact Yokogawa
Alarm activation time exceeded
Process control not effective
Check control equipment
within set time
Adjust value in code 47
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Maintenance
Parts List
Model DO402G [Style: S3]
Dissolved Oxygen Converter
5
13
15
4
3
7
2
8
10
9
14
11
16
Item
1
12
1
2
3
*4
*5
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Part No.
Qty
Description
K9664CL
K9215DB
K9663MC
K9664BU
1
1
1
1
K9664HA
K9664HB
K9664HC
1
1
1
K9672DA
K9672DB
K9663MM
1
1
1
A1105EF
A1105EF
A1103EF
A1565EF
K9672BJ
K9664DH
1
1
1
1
1
1
Cover Assembly
Hingepin
Flat Cable
Digital Assembly
Analog Assembly
For 100 V AC
For 115 V AC
For 230 V AC
Housing
Polyuretane baked finish
Epoxy baked finish
Cable Gland Assembly
Fuse (Time Lag Fuse)
For 100 V AC Power, 0.200 A,T
For 115 V AC Power, 0.200 A,T
For 230 V AC Power, 0.100 A,T
Fuse Holder
Bracket Assembly
Stainless steel screw assembly to fix cover
K9664DK
1
K9664CH
K9664CJ
K9664CK
K9664AR
1
1
1
1
K9171SU
K9316AF
1
1
Screw Assembly
Bracket Assembly for Analog Board
For 100 V AC
For 115 V AC
For 230 V AC
Bracket Assembly for Digital Board
Adapter Assembly
For G1/2 screw when /AFTG specified.
For 1/2NPT screw when /ANSI specified.
* Do not exchange these parts. Call service personnel.
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Pipe/Wall Mounting Hardware
(Option Code : /U)
Panel Mounting Hardware
(Option Code : /PM)
7
2
8
3
3
9
4
5
6
1
3
Sun Protection Cover
(Option Code: /H3, /H4)
10
Item
1
2
3
4
5
Part No.
K9171SS
Y9608KU
D0117XL-A
K9171SY
K9171SX
Qty
1
4
1
1
1
Description
Mounting Set (/U)
Screw
U-Bolt Assembly
Plate
Bracket
6
7
8
9
K9171ST
Y9520LU
K9171SW
Y9608KU
1
2
2
4
Mounting Set (/PM)
Screw
Bracket
Screw
K9664CA
K9664CC
1
1
Sun Protection Cover
Cabon steel (/H3)
Stainless steel (/H4)
10
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 Manual No. : IM 12J05D02-01E
Nov. 2017/12th Edition
Revised some description.(pages 5-22, 5-23, 6-1)
Deleted chapter 9.(due to the blank page)
June 2017/11th Edition
Deleted CE-marking and its related description.(pages i, iii, iv, 2-2, 3-5). Revised on page 1-8 relating
to product references.
Feb. 2016/10th Edition
EN 61010-2-201 addition, PC402 deletion, etc.
Aug. 2015/9th Edition
Review all for a document software change.
Note addition for CSA safety standards, etc. (pages iii, 1-1, 2-3, 2-4, 2-5, Chapter 3, etc.)
Delete chapter 11.
Feb. 2014/8th Edition
Page 2-2, 2-3, 3-4 Safety standard is revised.
Page 3-10 to 3-11 Some revision of section 3-8. Wiring the standard optical sensor (DO70G).
Page 5-1 Some revision of section 5-1. Maintenance mode.
Page 5-2 Some revision of section 5-1-1. Manual activation of Hold.
Page 5-11 Some revision of section 5-2-3. Hold.
Page 7-1 Some revision of Table 7-2.
Page 8-2 to 8-3 Some revision of Table 8-1.
Page Appendix 2 11-1 to 11-5 QIS 12J05D02-01E, QIC-12J05D02-01 revised (some change of
dielectric strength test).
CMPL 12J05D02-03E revised to 2nd edition (some of P/N changed).
Feb. 2012/7th Edition
PREFACE, Addition of “How to dispose the batteries”.; Page 2-2, Some revision of M. Safety and
EMC conforming standards (description for EMC revised).; Page 4-4, Figure of Section 4-4. “Display
functions (default)” modified.; Page 5-16, Explanation of the code 21 modified.; Page 5-25, Some
revision of the code 53 (*Err.16 error setting).; Page 6-1, Caution of calibration added to Sec.6.; Page
6-4, Some revision of Sec. 6-3-1, and note for water calibration method of Sec. 6-3-2 modified.; Last
page, Added of KC mark.
Oct. 2007/6th Edition
Appendix 2 Quality Inspection added.
Jul. 2007/5th Edition
Page 2-2: Addition of CSA certified to item. M. Safety and EMC conforming standards; Page 2-3:
Some of G. Housing description revised; Page 3-3: Addition of CSA certified to Sec. 3.2 Wiring; Page
3-4: The torque to tighten frontplate screws added.
Mar. 2007/4th Edition
All over revised. (Style of DO402G changed to S3.)
Sep. 2006/3rd Edition
On p.ii, After-sales Warranty modified.; On p.2-3, Operating specifications modified.; On p.3-2,
Housing dimensions of Fig. 3.01 modified.; On p.3-4, Fig. 3.04 Wiring Diagram modified.; On p.6-4,
Tips for water calibration added.; On p.6-6, Some error corrected.
Feb 2004/2nd Edition
Style changed to S2
Apr. 2003/1st Edition
Newly published
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