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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
TML50H
UV FLUORESCENCE SO2 ANALYZER
Addendum to the TML50 Instruction Manual (P/N 045150102)
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SAFETY MESSAGES
Your safety and the safety of others is very important. We have provided many important safety messages in
this addendum. Please read these messages carefully.
A safety message alerts you to potential hazards that could hurt you or others. Each safety message is
associated with a safety alert symbol. These symbols are found in the manual and inside the instrument. The
definition of these symbols is described below:
GENERAL SAFETY HAZARD: Refer to the instructions for details on
the specific hazard.
CAUTION: Hot Surface Warning
CAUTION: Electrical Shock Hazard
TECHNICIAN SYMBOL: All operations marked with this symbol are
to be performed by qualified maintenance personnel only.
CAUTION
The analyzer should only be used for the purpose and in the manner described in
this addendum. If you use the analyzer in a manner other than that for which it was
intended, unpredictable behavior could ensue with possible hazardous
consequences.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. TML50H DOCUMENTATION................................................................................................................. 1 1.1. Using This Manual Addendum .........................................................................................................1 2. SPECIFICATIONS & APPROVALS ......................................................................................................... 3 2.1. Specifications.............................................................................................................................3 2.2. CE Mark Compliance....................................................................................................................4 3. GETTING STARTED ........................................................................................................................... 5 3.1. Unpacking and Initial Setup ............................................................................................................5 3.1.1. Electrical Connections: ............................................................................................................6 3.1.1.1. External Pump ................................................................................................................6 3.2. Pneumatic Connections: ................................................................................................................7 3.2.1.1. Pneumatic Connections to TML50H Basic Configuration: .............................................................7 3.2.1.2. Connections with Internal Valve Options Installed ......................................................................8 3.2.2. TML50H Layout ....................................................................................................................8 3.3. Initial Operation ........................................................................................................................ 10 3.3.1. Warning Messages .............................................................................................................. 10 3.3.2. Test Functions.................................................................................................................... 10 3.3.3. Interferents for SO2 Measurements .......................................................................................... 11 4. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ..................................................................................................... 13 5. OPTIONAL HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE ............................................................................................. 15 5.1. Zero/Span Valves (Option 50) ....................................................................................................... 15 5.2. Internal Zero/Span Gas Generator (Option 51).................................................................................... 15 5.3. Zero and Two Span Point Valve Option (OPT 52) ................................................................................ 16 5.4. Hydrocarbon Kicker Option (OPT 65) ............................................................................................... 17 6. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS .............................................................................................................. 19 6.1. Warning Messages .................................................................................................................... 19 6.2. Test Functions ......................................................................................................................... 19 6.2.1. Test Channel Output ............................................................................................................ 19 6.2.2. Range Units ...................................................................................................................... 20 6.2.3. Using the TML50H with a Hessen Protocol Network ....................................................................... 20 6.2.4. Default iDAS Channels.......................................................................................................... 21 6.2.5. Remote Operation Using the External Digital I/O ........................................................................... 21 6.2.5.1. Status Outputs ............................................................................................................. 21 6.2.5.2. Control Inputs............................................................................................................... 22 7. CALIBRATION AND CALIBRATION CHECK PROCEDURES ......................................................................23 7.1. Manual Calibration with the Zero and Two Span Point Valve Option (OPT 52)installed. .................................... 23 7.2. Manual Calibration Check with the Zero and Two Span Point Valve Option (OPT 52)installed. ........................... 25 8. INSTRUMENT MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................ 27 8.1. Maintenance Schedule ................................................................................................................ 27 8.2. Predictive Diagnostics................................................................................................................. 27 9. THEORY OF OPERATION .................................................................................................................. 29 9.1. The UV Light Path ..................................................................................................................... 29 9.1.1. The Reference Detector ........................................................................................................ 30 9.1.2. Direct Measurement Interferences ............................................................................................ 30 9.2. Pneumatic Operation .................................................................................................................. 31 9.2.1. Sample Gas Flow ................................................................................................................ 31 9.2.2. Pneumatic Sensors .............................................................................................................. 31 9.2.2.1. Sample Pressure Sensor ................................................................................................. 31 9.2.2.2. Vacuum Pressure Sensor ................................................................................................ 32 9.2.2.3. Sample Flow Calculation ................................................................................................. 32 9.3. Electronic Operation ................................................................................................................... 33 10. TROUBLESHOOTING & REPAIR ........................................................................................................ 35 10.1.1. Fault Diagnosis with Warning Messages ................................................................................... 35 10.1.2. Fault Diagnosis with Test Functions ......................................................................................... 35 10.2. Subsystem Checkout ................................................................................................................ 35 10.2.1. Pneumatic Sensor Assembly ................................................................................................. 35 10.3. Repair Procedures ................................................................................................................... 36 10.3.1. 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10.3.2. Sensor Module Repair & Cleaning ........................................................................................... 37 10.3.2.1. Adjusting the UV Lamp (Peaking the Lamp) ......................................................................... 38 10.3.2.2. PMT Hardware Calibration (FACTORY CAL) ........................................................................ 40 10.3.2.3. PMT Hardware Calibration (FIELD CAL) ............................................................................. 42 10.4. Technical Assistance ................................................................................................................ 43 LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 3-1:
Figure 3-2:
Figure 3-3:
Figure 3-4:
Figure 5-1:
Figure 5-2:
Figure 5-3:
Figure 5-4:
Figure 6-1:
Figure 9-1:
Figure 9-2:
Figure 9-3:
Figure 9-4:
Figure 10-1:
Figure 10-2:
Figure 10-3:
Figure 10-4:
Figure 10-5:
Example of Pneumatic Connections to TML50H External Pump .......................................... 7 Pneumatic Connections to TML50H with Zero and Two Span Point Valve Option ..................... 8 Internal Pneumatic flow for TML50H in Basic Configuration ............................................... 8 TML50H Layout (Basic Unit – No Valve Options) ........................................................... 9 Pneumatic Diagram of the TML50H With Z/S Option Installed. ......................................... 15 Pneumatic Diagram of the TML50H With 2-Span Point Option Installed. .............................. 16 Hydrocarbon Scrubber (Kicker) – OPT 65 .................................................................. 17 TML50H Internal Pneumatic Diagram with Hydrocarbon Scrubber Installed. ......................... 18 Control Input Connector ....................................................................................... 22 UV Light Path ................................................................................................... 29 Pneumatic Diagram of the TML50H – Base Configuration ............................................... 31 TML50H Electronic Block Diagram .......................................................................... 33 TML50H Power Distribution Block Diagram ................................................................ 34 Flow Control Assembly ........................................................................................ 36 Sensor Module Wiring and Pneumatic Fittings............................................................. 37 Shutter Assembly - Exploded View .......................................................................... 38 Location of UV Reference Detector Potentiometer ........................................................ 39 Pre-Amplifier Board Layout ................................................................................... 40 LIST OF TABLES
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2-1: TML50H Basic Unit Specifications ......................................................................... 3 3-1: Inlet / Outlet Connector Nomenclature .................................................................. 7 3-2: Possible Warning Messages at Start-Up ............................................................... 10 5-1: Two-Point Span Valve Operating States............................................................... 17 6-1: Additional TML50H Warning Messages................................................................. 19 6-2: Additional TML50H Test Functions ...................................................................... 19 6-3: Additional TML50H Test Parameters Available For Analog Output A3 ........................ 19 6-4: TML50H Default Hessen Status Bit Assignments ................................................... 20 6-5: Status Output Signals ....................................................................................... 21 6-6: Control Input Signals ........................................................................................ 22 8-1: Predictive Uses For Test Functions ...................................................................... 27 10-1: Warning Messages - Indicated Failures .............................................................. 35 10-2: Test Functions - Possible Causes For Out-Of-Range Values ................................... 35 10-3: Example of HVPS Power Supply Outputs ............................................................ 39 05243 Rev A3
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LIST OF APPENDICES
APPENDIX A - VERSION SPECIFIC SOFTWARE DOCUMENTATION
APPENDIX A-1: TML50H Software Menu Trees
APPENDIX A-2: TML50H Setup Variables for Serial I/O
APPENDIX A-3: TML50H Warnings and Test Functions
APPENDIX A-4: TML50H Signal I/O Definitions
APPENDIX A-5: TML50H iDAS Parameters
APPENDIX A-6: Terminal Command Designators
APPENDIX B - TML50H SPARE PARTS LIST
APPENDIX C - REPAIR QUESTIONNAIRE - TML50H
APPENDIX D - ELECTRONIC SCHEMATICS
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TML50H Documentation
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1. TML50H DOCUMENTATION
NOTE
Throughout this addendum, words printed in capital, bold letters, such as SETUP or ENTR represent
messages as they appear on the analyzer’s front panel display
NOTE
The flowcharts in this addendum contain typical representations of the analyzer’s display during the
various operations being described. These representations are not intended to be exact and may differ
slightly from the actual display of your instrument.
Thank you for purchasing the TML50H UV Fluorescence SO2 Analyzer!
The documentation for this instrument is available in either printed format or in electronic format on a CD-ROM.
The electronic manual is in Adobe® Systems Inc. “Portable Document Format”. The Adobe® Acrobat Reader®
software, which is necessary to view these files, can be downloaded for free from the internet at
http://www.adobe.com/.
The electronic version of the manual has many advantages:
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Keyword and phrase search feature
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Figures, tables and internet addresses are linked so that clicking on the item will display the associated
feature or open the website.
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A list of chapters and sections as well as thumbnails of each page are displayed to the left of the text.
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Entries in the table of contents are linked to the corresponding locations in the manual.
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Ability to print sections (or all) of the manual
Additional documentation for the TML50H UV Fluorescence SO2 Analyzer is available from Teledyne
Instruments’ website at http://www.teledyne-ml.com
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Sensor-e.com software manual, part number 039450000
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Multi-drop manual, part number 01842
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iDAS Manual, part number 028370000.
1.1. Using This Manual Addendum
This manual addendum has the same overall structure as that of the TML50 instruction manual, to simplify
referring between the two. The manual has the following sections:
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Table of Contents:
Outlines the contents of the addendum in the order the information is presented. This is a good overview of the
topics covered in the manual. There is also a list of tables, a list of figures and a list of appendices.
Specifications
This section contains a list of the analyzer’s performance specifications, a description of the conditions and
configuration under which EPA equivalency was approved.
Getting Started:
A concise set of instructions for setting up, installing and running your analyzer for the first time.
FAQ:
Answers to the most frequently asked questions about operating the analyzer.
Optional Hardware & Software
A description of optional equipment to add functionality to your analyzer.
Operation Instructions
This section includes step by step instructions for operating the analyzer and using its various features and
functions.
Calibration Procedures
General information and step by step instructions for calibrating your analyzer.
Instrument Maintenance
Description of preventative maintenance procedures that should be regularly performed on you instrument to
assure good operating condition.
Theory of Operation
This section describes the aspects of TML50H operation that differ from the TML50 manual.
Maintenance & Troubleshooting Section:
This section includes pointers and instructions for diagnosing problems that are specific to the TML50H. The
TML50 manual has a more complete troubleshooting section, most of which also applies to the TML50H.
Appendices:
For easier access and better updating, some information has been separated out of the manual and placed in a
series of appendices at the end of this addendum. These include: software menu trees, warning messages,
definitions of iDAS & serial I/O variables, spare parts list, repair questionnaire, interconnect listing and drawings,
and electronic schematics.
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2. SPECIFICATIONS & APPROVALS
2.1. Specifications
Table 2-1: TML50H Basic Unit Specifications
Min/Max Range
(Physical Analog Output)
In 1ppb increments from 10ppm to 5,000 ppm, dual ranges or auto ranging
Measurement Units
ppm, mg/m3 (user selectable)
1
Zero Noise
0.05 ppm rms
Span Noise1
Lower Detectable Limit
< 0.5% of reading (above 50 ppm)
2
0.1 ppm rms
Zero Drift (24 hours)
< 1 ppm
Zero Drift (7 days)
< 2 ppm
Span Drift (7 Days)
< 0.5% FS
Linearity
1% of full scale
Precision
0.5% of reading1
Temperature Coefficient
< 0.1% per oC
Voltage Coefficient
< 0.05% per V
1
Lag Time
5 sec
Rise/Fall Time1
95% in < 30 sec
Sample Flow Rate
700 cm3/min. ±10%
Temperature Range
5-40oC
Humidity Range
0 - 95% RH, non-condensing
Dimensions H x W x D
7" x 17" x 23.5" (178 mm x 432 mm x 597 mm)
Weight, Analyzer
(Basic Configuration)
45 lbs (20.5 kg) w/internal pump
Weight, Pump Pack
16 lbs (7 kg)
AC Power Rating
100 V, 50/60 Hz (3.25A);
115 V, 60 Hz (3.0 A);
220 – 240 V, 50/60 Hz (2.5 A)
Environmental
Installation category (over-voltage category) II; Pollution degree 2
Analog Outputs
Three (3) Outputs
Analog Output Ranges
100 mV, 1 V, 5 V, 10 V, 2-20 or 4-20 mA isolated current loop.
All Ranges with 5% Under/Over Range
Analog Output Resolution
1 part in 4096 of selected full-scale voltage
Status Outputs
8 Status outputs from opto-isolators
Control Inputs
6 Control Inputs, 3 defined, 3 spare
Serial I/O
One (1) RS-232; One (1) RS-485 (2 connecters in parallel)
Baud Rate : 300 – 115200: Optional Ethernet Interface
Certifications
EN61326 (1997 w/A1: 98) Class A, FCC Part 15 Subpart B Section 15.107 Class
A, ICES-003 Class A (ANSI C63.4 1992) & AS/NZS 3548 (w/A1 & A2; 97)
Class A.
IEC 61010-1:90 + A1:92 + A2:95,
1 As defined by the USEPA.
2 Defined as twice the zero noise level by the USEPA.
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2.2. CE Mark Compliance
Emissions Compliance
The Teledyne Instruments UV Fluorescence SO2 Analyzer TML50H was tested and found to be fully compliant
with:
EN61326 (1997 w/A1: 98) Class A, FCC Part 15 Subpart B Section 15.107 Class A, ICES-003 Class A (ANSI
C63.4 1992) & AS/NZS 3548 (w/A1 & A2; 97) Class A.
Tested on 21 February 2003 - 08 March 2003 at CKC Laboratories, Inc., Report Number CE03-021A.
Safety Compliance
The Teledyne Instruments UV Fluorescence SO2 Analyzer TML50H was tested and found to be fully compliant
with:
IEC 61010-1:90 + A1:92 + A2:95,
Issued by CKC Laboratories on 4 April 2003, Report Number WO-80146.
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3. GETTING STARTED
3.1. Unpacking and Initial Setup
CAUTION
To avoid personal injury, always use two persons to lift and carry the TML50H.
1. Inspect the received packages for external shipping damage. If damaged, please advise the shipper first,
then T-ML.
2. Included with your analyzer is a printed record (Form number 04989) of the final performance
characterization performed on your instrument at the factory. This record is an important quality assurance
and calibration record for this instrument. It should be placed in the quality records file for this instrument.
3. Carefully remove the top cover of the analyzer and check for internal shipping damage.
•
Remove the set screw located in the top, center of the rear panel
•
Remove the screws fastening the top cover to the unit (four per side).
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Lift the cover straight up.
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NOTE
Printed circuit assemblies (PCAs) are sensitive to electro-static discharges too small to be felt by the
human nervous system. Failure to use ESD protection when working with electronic assemblies will
void the instrument warranty.
See Chapter 12 of the TML50 Manual (P/N 045150102) for more information on preventing ESD damage.
CAUTION
Never disconnect electronic circuit boards, wiring harnesses or electronic
subassemblies while the unit is under power.
4. Inspect the interior of the instrument to make sure all circuit boards and other components are in good
shape and properly seated.
5. Check the connectors of the various internal wiring harnesses and pneumatic hoses to make sure they are
firmly and properly seated.
6. Verify that all of the optional hardware ordered with the unit has been installed. These are checked on the
paperwork (Form 04989) accompanying the analyzer.
3.1.1. Electrical Connections:
For full details on the electrical connections of the TML50H, please refer to the TML50 user’s manual
(#045150102), Chapter 3.
3.1.1.1. External Pump
The TML50H is equipped with an external pneumatic pump. This pump is powered separately from the
instrument via its own power cord. The pump has no ON/OFF switch and should begin operating as soon as it is
plugged into a live power supply.
CAUTION
6
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Check the voltage / frequency label on the rear panel of the instrument and on
the external pump for compatibility with the local power. Do not plug in either
the analyzer or the pump unless the voltages or frequencies are correct.
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Power connection must have a functioning ground connection. Do not defeat
the ground wire on power plug.
•
Turn off analyzer power before disconnecting or
connecting eletrical subassemblies.
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Do not operate with cover off.
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3.2. Pneumatic Connections:
NOTE
To prevent dust from getting into the analyzer, it was shipped with small plugs inserted into each of the
pneumatic fittings on the rear panel. Make sure that all dust plugs are removed before attaching exhaust
and supply gas lines.
Table 3-1: Inlet / Outlet Connector Nomenclature
REAR PANEL
LABEL
Sample
FUNCTION
Connects the sample gas to the analyzer. When operating the analyzer without zero
span option, this is also the inlet for any calibration gases.
Exhaust
Connect an exhaust gas line to this port to the inlet of the external pump.
Zero Air
On Units with zero/span valve option installed, this port connects the zero air gas or the
zero air cartridge to the analyzer.
Figure 3-5 of the TML50 Manual (P/N 045150102) shows the internal pneumatic flow of the TML50 in its
standard configuration. For a diagram of the internal pneumatic flow of the TML50H, see Figure 3-3 of this
addendum.
3.2.1.1. Pneumatic Connections to TML50H Basic Configuration:
The pneumatic connections for the TML50H analyzer in its basic configuration are nearly identical to those
described the TML50 Manual (P/N 045150102) Section 3.1.2.2 except that the TML50H has an external pump.
Therefore:
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A pneumatic line of ¼” PTEF must be attached between the analyzer’s exhaust port and the inlet port of
the pump.
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The exhaust from must be vented outside the shelter or immediate area surrounding the instrument
using a maximum of 10 meters of 1/4” PTFE tubing.
MODEL 701
Zero Air
Generator
VENT here
if sample gas is supplied
under pressure
Sample
VENT
at HIGH
Concentration
MODEL 700 Gas
Dilution Calibrator
Calibrated SO2
Source o
SAMPLE Gas
Removed
during
Calibration
EXHAUST
Span
PUMP
MODEL
TML50H
Zero Air
vented outside immediate area
Figure 3-1:
Example of Pneumatic Connections to TML50H External Pump
This change is true for all configurations and variations of the TML50H.
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3.2.1.2. Connections with Internal Valve Options Installed
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An additional valve option (Option 52 - Zero & Two Span Points) is available on the TML50H. The
pneumatic set up for this option is:
On/Off
Valves
Source of
SAMPLE Gas
VENT
at LOW Span
Concentration
VENT here if input
is pressurized
PUMP
Sample
VENT
Calibrated SO2
at HIGH Span
Concentration
There is no IZS option available for the TML50H.
Calibrated SO2
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Exhaust
High Span Point
Low Span Point
External Zero
Air Scrubber
Zero Air
Filter
Control
Valve
VENT
MODEL 701 Zero
Air Generator
Figure 3-2:
MODEL
TML50H
Pneumatic Connections to TML50H with Zero and Two Span Point Valve Option
3.2.2. TML50H Layout
EXHAUST
GAS OUTLET
PMT
UV
LAMP
PUMP
REACTION
CELL
SAMPLE
GAS INLET
Particulate
Filter
CRITICAL
FLOW ORIFICE
700 cm 3/min
@ 7 In-Hg-A
SAMPLE
PRESSURE
SNESOR
FLOW CONTROL &
PRESSURE SENSOR
VACUUME
PRESSURE
SNESOR
INSTRUMENT CHASSIS
Figure 3-3:
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Front Panel
UV Source Lap
Particulate
Filter
ON/OFF
Switch
Hydrocarbon
Scrubber
(Kicker) Hidden
from view
Reference
Detector
PMT Housing
Sensor
Housing
PMT Preamp
PCA
Relay
Board
PMT Cooling
System
PS2
(+12 VDC)
PS1
(+5 VDC;
±15 VDC)
PC/104 Card
Power
Receptacle
Rear Panel
Analog Output
Connectors
J19, J21, J23
Figure 3-4:
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3.3. Initial Operation
With the following exceptions, the operation of the TML50H is nearly identical to that of the TML50. Please refer
to the TML50 User’s Manual, Chapter 3, for details on initial operation, including common warning messages,
functional checkout of the instrument, initial calibration, and common interferents for the TML50H.
3.3.1. Warning Messages
Please refer to the TML50 User’s Manual (P/N 045150102), Chapter 3, for a complete listing of warnings for the
TML50H. The following table lists warnings that differ in the TML50H from those described in the TML50
manual.
Table 3-2: Possible Warning Messages at Start-Up
MESSAGE
MEANING
The vacuum pressure reading is out of its allowed range. The pump may
have failed, or the instrument may have a leak or obstruction in the flow
path.
Vacuum Pressure Warning
3.3.2. Test Functions
Check to make sure that the analyzer is functioning within allowable operating parameters as described in
Section 3.2.4 of the TML50 Manual (P/N 045150102). The available test functions for the TML50H is:
SAMPLE
< TST TST >
RANGE = 50.000 PPM
CAL
Toggle <TST TST> keys to scroll
through list of functions
1 Only
appears if analog output
A3 is actively reporting a
test function
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CO =X.XXX
SETUP
RANGE
STABIL
VAC
PRES
SAMP FL
PMT
NORM PMT
UV LAMP
LAMP RATIO
STR. LGT
DARK PMT
DARK LAMP
SLOPE
OFFSET
HVPS
RCELL TEMP
BOX TEMP
PMT TEMP
TEST1
TIME
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3.3.3. Interferents for SO2 Measurements
Hydrocarbons are a significant interferent for UV fluorescent SO2 measurements; however, the typical TML50H
application does not have hydrocarbons in the sample stream. Therefore, in order to reduce cost to the
customer, the TML50H in its standard configuration does not include a hydrocarbon kicker/scrubber.
If your application includes hydrocarbons in the sample gas stream, it is very important that they be removed
from the sample gas prior to it entering the analyzer’s sample chamber. A hydrocarbon Kicker Option (OPT 65)
package (see Section 5 below) is available for this purpose.
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4. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: How long does the sample pump last?
A: The sample pump should last about one year and the pump diaphragms should to be replaced annually or
when necessary.
To determine if the diaphragm on a TML50H needs replacing check the VAC test function (instead of the
PRES function as described in the TML50 Manual - P/N 045150102). If the VAC value is > 10 in-Hg-A, the
diaphragm should be replaced.
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5. OPTIONAL HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE
With the following additions, changes and exceptions, the options listed in Chapter 5 of the TML50 Manual (P/N
045150102) are also available for the TML50H.
5.1. Zero/Span Valves (Option 50)
The TML50H zero/span valve option is identical to that of the TML50 in respect to operation and valve states
(see Table 5-1 of the TML50 Manual). The internal pneumatic connections are slightly different.
EXHAUST
GAS OUTLET
UV
LAMP
PMT
PUMP
REACTION
CELL
Particulate
Filter
SAMPLE
GAS INLET
Span/Cal
Valve
Zero/Span
Valve
CRITICAL
FLOW ORIFICE
700 cm3/min
@ 7 In-Hg-A
ZERO AIR
INLET
SAMPLE
PRESSURE
SNESOR
SPAN AIR
INLET
FLOW CONTROL &
PRESSURE SENSOR
VACUUME
PRESSURE
SNESOR
INSTRUMENT CHASSIS
Figure 5-1:
Pneumatic Diagram of the TML50H With Z/S Option Installed.
5.2. Internal Zero/Span Gas Generator (Option 51)
The IZS valve option (OPT 51) is not available for the TML50H.
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5.3. Zero and Two Span Point Valve Option (OPT 52)
This option includes a special set of valves that allows two separate SO2 mixtures to enter the analyzer from two
independent sources. Typically these two gas mixtures will come from two, separate, pressurized bottles of
certified calibration gas: one mixed to produce a SO2 concentration equal to the expected span calibration value
for the application and the other mixed to produce a concentration at or near the midpoint of the intended
measurement range. Individual gas inlets, labeled HIGH SPAN and LOW SPAN are provided at the back on the
analyzer.
The valves allow the user to switch between the two sources via keys on the front panel or from a remote
location by way of either the analyzer’s digital control inputs or by sending commands over its serial I/O port(s).
NOTE
The analyzer’s software only allows the SLOPE and OFFSET to be calculated when sample is being
routed through the HIGH SPAN inlet.
The LOW SPAN gas is for midpoint reference checks only.
EXHAUST
GAS OUTLET
PUMP
SAMPLE
GAS INLET
UV
LAMP
Span/Cal
Valve
PMT
REACTION
CELL
High Span
Valve
HIGH SPAN
AIR INLET
LOW SPAN
AIR INLET
ZERO AIR
INLET
Low Span
Valve
Zero Gas
Valve
GAS INPUT
MANIFOLD
CRITICAL
FLOW ORIFICE
700 cm3/min
@ 7 In-Hg-A
Particulate
Filter
SAMPLE
PRESSURE
SNESOR
FLOW CONTROL &
PRESSURE SENSOR
VACUUME
PRESSURE
SNESOR
INSTRUMENT CHASSIS
Figure 5-2:
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Table 5-1 describes the state of each valve during the analyzer’s various operational modes.
Table 5-1: Two-Point Span Valve Operating States
MODE
VALVE
SAMPLE
ZERO
CAL
HIGH
SPAN
CAL
Low Span
Check
CONDITION
Sample/Cal
Open to SAMPLE inlet
Zero Gas Valve
Closed to ZERO AIR inlet
High Span Valve
Closed to HIGH SPAN inlet
Low Span Valve
Closed to LOW SPAN inlet
Sample/Cal
Closed to SAMPLE inlet
Zero Gas Valve
Open to ZERO AIR inlet
High Span Valve
Closed to HIGH SPAN inlet
Low Span Valve
Closed to LOW SPAN inlet
Sample/Cal
Closed to SAMPLE inlet
Zero Gas Valve
Closed to ZERO AIR inlet
High Span Valve
Open to HIGH SPAN inlet
Low Span Valve
Closed to LOW SPAN inlet
Sample/Cal
Closed to SAMPLE inlet
Zero Gas Valve
Closed to ZERO AIR inlet
High Span Valve
Closed to HIGH SPAN inlet
Low Span Valve
Open to LOW SPAN inlet
5.4. Hydrocarbon Kicker Option (OPT 65)
This option is specifically designed for those applications where hydrocarbons are present in the sample gas
stream. It includes an internal scrubber consisting of a tube of a specialized plastic that absorbs hydrocarbons
very well and is located within an outer flexible plastic tube shell.
As gas flows through the inner tube, hydrocarbons are absorbed into the membrane walls and are transported
through the membrane wall and into the hydrocarbon free, purge gas flowing through the outer tube (see Figure
5-3). This process is driven by the hydrocarbon concentration gradient between the inner and outer of the tubes.
CLEAN
PURGE AIR
FROM
REACTION CELL
OUTER TUBE
(Clean Air)
USED PURGE AIR
TO
PUMP
AND
EXHAUST PORT
CLEANED
SAMPLE AIR
TO
SAMPLE
CHAMBER
SAMPLE AIR
FROM
PARTICULATE FILTER
INNER
TUBE
(Ambient Air)
Figure 5-3:
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The scrubbed air from the inner tube is returned to be used as the purge gas in the outer tube after it passes
through the analyzer’s reaction cell. This means that when the analyzer is first started, the concentration
gradient between the inner and outer tubes is small and the scrubber’s efficiency is relatively low. When the
instrument is turned on after having been off for more than 30 minutes, it takes a certain amount of time for the
gradient to become large enough for the scrubber to adequately remove hydrocarbons from the sample air.
EXHAUST
GAS OUTLET
PMT
UV
LAMP
PUMP
REACTION
CELL
HYDROCARBON
SCRUBBER
(Kicker)
SAMPLE
GAS INLET
Particulate
Filter
CRITICAL
FLOW ORIFICE
700 cm3/min
@ 7 In-Hg-A
SAMPLE
PRESSURE
SNESOR
Figure 5-4:
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PRESSURE SENSOR
VACUUME
PRESSURE
SNESOR
TML50H Internal Pneumatic Diagram with Hydrocarbon Scrubber Installed.
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6. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
6.1. Warning Messages
Please refer to the TML50 User’s Manual (P/N 045150102), Chapter 3, for a complete listing of warnings for the
TML50H. The following table lists warnings that differ in the TML50H from those described in the TML50
manual.
Table 6-1: Additional TML50H Warning Messages
MESSAGE
MEANING
The vacuum pressure reading is out of its allowed range. The pump may have
failed, or the instrument may have a leak or obstruction in the flow path.
Vacuum Pressure Warning
6.2. Test Functions
Please refer to the TML50 Manual (P/N 045150102), Chapter 6, for a complete list of test functions for the
TML50H. The following table lists test functions that are in addition to or differ from those listed there.
Table 6-2: Additional TML50H Test Functions
DISPLAY
PARAMETER
UNITS
DESCRIPTION
VAC
Vacuum
Pressure
In-Hg-A
The actual pressure measured on the vacuum side of the TML50H’s
critical flow orifice. This is the pressure of the gas in the instrument’s
sample chamber.
PRES
Sample GAS
Pressure
in-Hg-A
The current pressure of the sample gas as it enters the sample inlet at
the back of the analyzer, but upstream of the critical flow orifice and
before the gas enters the reaction cell.
6.2.1. Test Channel Output
When activated, output channel A3 can be used to report one of the test functions viewable from the SAMPLE
mode display. To activate the A3 channel and select a test function, follow instructions in Section 6.9.10 of the
TML50 Manual (P/N 045150102).
The following table lists test functions that are in addition to or differ from those listed in Table 6-14 of the TML50
Manual.
Table 6-3: Additional TML50H Test Parameters Available For Analog Output A3
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TEST PARAMETER RANGE
VACUUM PRESSURE
0-40 in-Hg-A
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6.2.2. Range Units
The TML50H only displays concentrations in parts per million (106 mols per mol, PPM) or milligrams per cubic
meter (mg/m3, MGM).
•
NOT AVAILABLE: Parts per billion (109 mols per mol, PPB) and micrograms per cubic meter (µg/m3,
UGM).
To change the concentration units of the TML50H follow the instructions found in Section 6.7.7 of the TML50
Manual.
6.2.3. Using the TML50H with a Hessen Protocol Network
The set up and use of the TML50H in Hessen protocol networks is the same as described in Section 6.12.4 of
the TML50 Manual (P/N 045150102) except that there are minor differences in the status flags. The following
table supersedes Table 6-27 of the TML50 Manual.
Table 6-4: TML50H Default Hessen Status Bit Assignments
STATUS FLAG NAME
DEFAULT BIT ASSIGNMENT
WARNING FLAGS
SAMPLE FLOW WARNING
0001
PMT DET WARNING
0002
UV LAMP WARNING
0002
HVPS WARNING
0004
DARK CAL WARNING
0008
RCELL TEMP WARNING
0010
PMT TEMP WARNING
0040
INVALID CONC
0080
OPERATIONAL FLAGS
In Manual Calibration Mode
0200
In Zero Calibration Mode
0400
In Low Span Calibration Mode
0800
In Span Calibration Mode
0800
UNITS OF MEASURE FLAGS
UGM
1
0000
MGM
2000
1
4000
PPM
6000
PPB
SPARE/UNUSED BITS
0020, 0100, 8000
UNASSIGNED FLAGS
Box Temp Warning
System Reset
Sample Press Warning
Front Panel Warning
Vacuum Press Warning
Analog Cal Warning
Rear Board Not Detected
Cannot Dyn Zero
Relay Board Warning
Cannot Dyn Span
1
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Although assigned flags, these units are not available on the TML50H
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6.2.4. Default iDAS Channels
The default Data Channels included in the TML50H analyzer’s software include the CONC, PNUMT & CALDAT
channels. The FAST & DETAIL preset channels are not included.
6.2.5. Remote Operation Using the External Digital I/O
6.2.5.1. Status Outputs
The function and pin assignments for the TML50H digital status outputs are:
Table 6-5: Status Output Signals
SATUS
CONNECTOR
PIN NUMBER1
STATUS
DEFINITION
1
SYSTEM OK
ON if no faults are present.
CONC VALID
OFF any time the HOLD OFF feature is active, such as during calibration or
when other faults exist possibly invalidating the current concentration
measurement (example: sample flow rate is outside of acceptable limits).
2
CONDITION
ON if concentration measurement is valid.
ON if unit is in high range of the AUTO Range Mode
3
HIGH RANGE
4
ZERO CAL
ON whenever the instrument’s ZERO point is being calibrated.
5
HIGH SPAN
CAL
ON whenever the instrument is set for DUAL OR AUTO reporting range
mode and its high range span point is being calibrated.
6
DIAG MODE
ON whenever the instrument is in DIAGNOSTIC mode
7
LOW SPAN CAL
8
SPARE
D
EMITTER BUS
ON whenever the instrument is set for DUAL OR AUTO reporting range
mode and its lows range span point is being calibrated.
The emitters of the transistors on pins 1-8 are bussed together.
SPARE
+
DC POWER
Digital Ground
1
+ 5 VDC, 300 mA source (combined rating with Control Output, if used).
The ground level from the analyzer’s internal DC power supplies
Located on Rear Panel
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6.2.5.2. Control Inputs
CONTROL IN
CONTROL IN
F
U
+
A
B
C
D
E
F
U
+
LOW SPAN CAL
E
HI SPAN CAL
D
ZERO CAL
C
LOW SPAN CAL
B
HI SPAN CAL
ZERO CAL
A
-
5 VDC Power
Supply
+
External Power Connections
Local Power Connections
Figure 6-1:
Control Input Connector
Table 6-6: Control Input Signals
INPUT #
A
STATUS DEFINITION
REMOTE ZERO CAL
The analyzer is placed in Zero Calibration mode. The mode field of
the display will read ZERO CAL R.
REMOTE
HIGH SPAN CAL
If the instrument is set for DUAL OR AUTO reporting range mode,
activating this input causes the analyzer to enter high range span
calibration mode. The mode field of the display will read SPAN CAL
R.
REMOTE
LO SPAN CAL
The analyzer is placed in low span calibration mode as part of
performing a low span (midpoint) calibration. The mode field of the
display will read LO CAL R.
B
C
D, E & F
SPARE
Digital Ground
U
External Power input
+
5 VDC output
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ON CONDITION
The ground level from the analyzer’s internal DC power supplies
(same as chassis ground)
Input pin for +5 VDC required to activate pins A – F.
Internally generated 5V DC power. To activate inputs A – F, place a
jumper between this pin and the “U” pin. The maximum amperage
through this port is 300 mA (combined with the analog output supply,
if used).
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7. CALIBRATION AND CALIBRATION CHECK
PROCEDURES
Calibration procedures for the TML50H are the same as those for the TML50. One exception to this statement
is that the TML50H has a special valve option, Zero and Two Span Point Valve Option - OPT 52 (See Section
5.1), that allows a mid-span point be checked.
7.1. Manual Calibration with the Zero and Two Span Point Valve
Option (OPT 52)installed.
NOTE
It is only possible to calibrate to the high span gas. The low span gas is only used for calibration checks.
Zero and Span calibrations using the Zero and two Span Valve option are similar to those described in Section
7.2, except that:
•
Zero air and both span gases are supplied to the analyzer through the zero gas and span gas inlets
rather than through the sample inlet.
•
The zero and cal operations are initiated directly and independently with dedicated keys (CALZ &
CALS)
STEP ONE: Connect the sources of zero air and span gas to the respective ports on the rear panel (see Figure
3-2 of this addendum).
STEP TWO: Set the expected SO2 high span gas value:
SAMPLE
RANGE = 5000.0 PPM
< TST TST >
SAMPLE
SO2 =XXX.X
CAL CALZ CALS
SETUP
SPAN TO CAL:LOW
LOW HIGH
M-P CAL
ENTR EXIT
RANGE = 5000.0 PPM
SO2 =XXX.X
<TST TST> ZERO SPAN CONC
M-P CAL
The SO2 span concentration value
automatically defaults to
4000.0 Conc.
If this is not the concentration of the
span gas being used, toggle these
buttons to set the correct
concentration of the SO2
calibration gas.
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EXIT
SO2 SPAN CONC:80.0 Conc
4
0
0
0
.0
ENTR EXIT
EXIT ignores the new
setting and returns to
the previous display.
ENTR accepts the new
setting and returns to
the
CONCENTRATION
MENU.
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STEP THREE: Perform the calibration according to the following flow chart:
SAM PLE
R A N G E = 5 0 0 0 .0 P P M
< TST TST >
CAL
S O 2 = X X X .X
CALZ CALS
SETUP
S e t th e D isp la y to s h o w
th e S T A B IL te s t fu n ctio n .
T h is fun c tio n c a lc u late s
th e s ta b ility o f th e S O 2
m ea s u re m e n t
T o g gle T S T > b u tto n u n til ...
SAM PLE
S T A B IL = X X X .X P P M
< TST TST >
CAL
S O 2 = X X X .X
CALZ CALS
SETUP
A llo w z e ro g a s to e n te r th e s a m ple p o rt
a t th e re a r o f th e a n a ly ze r .
W a it un til S T A B IL fa lls
b e lo w 0 .5 p p m .
T h is m a y ta k e s e v e ra l
m in u te s .
SAM PLE
A n a ly z e rs e n ters
Z E R O cal
m ode.
S T A B IL = X X X .X P P M
< TST TST >
ZERO CAL M
<TST
CAL
S O 2 = X X X .X
CALZ CALS
SETUP
S T A B IL = X X X .X P P M
TST>
ZERO
ZERO CAL M
CONC
S T A B IL = X X X .X P P M
<TST TST> ENTR
S O 2 = X X X .X
E X IT
S O 2 = X X X .X
CONC
E X IT
A llo w s p a n g a s to e n te r th e s a m p le p o rt
a t th e re a r o f th e a n a ly ze r .
P re s s E N T R to c ha n g e s
th e O F F S E T & S L O P E
v a lu e s fo r th e S O 2
m e a s u re m e n t.
P re s s E X IT to le av e th e
c alib ra tio n u n c h a ng e d a n d
re turn to th e p re vio u s
m enu.
W a it u n til S T A B IL fa lls
be lo w 0 .5 p p m .
T h is m a y ta k e s e v e ra l
m in u te s .
SAM PLE
S T A B IL = X X X .X P P M
< TST TST >
A n a ly z e r e n te rs S P A N c a l
m o d e a n d th e S P A N k e y
a p p e a rs .
Y o u m a y s e e b o th k e y s
d u rin g th e tra n s itio n fro m
Z E R O to S P A N m o d e s .
If e ith e r th e Z E R O o r S P A N
b u tto n fa ils to ap p e a r s e e
S e c tion 1 1 fo r
tro u b le s h o o ting tip s .
SAM PLE
LO W
CAL
S O 2 = X X X .X
CALZ CALS
SETUP
S P A N T O C A L :H IG H
H IG H
SPAN CAL M
E N T R E X IT
S T A B IL = X X X .X P P M
<TST TST> ZERO SPAN CONC
SPAN CAL M
SPAN CAL M
E X IT
S T A B IL = X X X .X P P M
<TST TST> ENTR
CONC
CONC
S O 2 = X .X X X
E X IT
S T A B IL = X X X .X P P M
<TST TST> ENTR
S O 2 = X .X X X
T he S P A N a n d C O N C
b u tto ns on ly a p p e a r w h e n
th e H IG H spa n ga s is
s e le c te d in th e p re v iou s
s te p
P re s s E N T R to c h a n ge the
O F F S E T & S L O P E v alu e s fo r
the S O 2 m e a su re m e n t.
P re ss E X IT to le a v e th e
c a lib ra tion u nc h a n g e d a n d
re tu rn to th e p re v io u s m en u .
S O 2 = X .X X X
E X IT
E X IT a t th is p o in t
re tu rn s to th e
SAM PLE m enu.
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7.2. Manual Calibration Check with the Zero and Two Span Point
Valve Option (OPT 52)installed.
Set up is identical to that shown in STEP ONE of the preceding section. To perform the zero/span check:
SAMPLE
RANGE = 5000.0 PPM
< TST TST >
SO2 =XXX.X
CAL
SETUP
This function calculates
the stability of the SO2
measurement
Toggle TST> button until ...
SAMPLE
STABIL= XXX.X PPM
< TST TST >
Set the display to show
the STABIL test function.
SO2=XXX.X
CAL
SETUP
Wait until STABIL falls
below 0.5 ppm.
This may take several
minutes.
Record SO 2 zero point reading
Wait until STABIL falls
below 0.5 ppm.
This may take several
minutes.
SAMPLE
STABIL= XXX.X PPM
< TST TST >
Sets the analyzer’s
internal valves to
accept span gas
from the LOW
SPAN inlet.
SAMPLE
CAL
SETUP
SPAN TO CAL:HIGH
LOW HIGH
SAMPLE
SO2=XXX.X
CALZ CALS
ENTR EXIT
The ZERO, CONC and/or
SPAN keys may appear at
various points of this
process.
It is not necessary to press
them.
SPAN TO CAL:LOW
LOW HIGH
ENTR EXIT
SPAN CAL M STABIL= XXX.X PPM
SO2=X.XXX
<TST TST>
EXIT
Record SO 2 LOW span point reading
SPAN CAL M STABIL= XXX.X PPM
SO2=X.XXX
<TST TST>
SAMPLE
EXIT
STABIL= XXX.X PPM
< TST TST >
Sets the analyzer’s
internal valves to
accept span gas
from the HIGH
SPAN inlet.
SAMPLE
CAL
SO2=XXX.X
CALZ CALS
SETUP
SPAN TO CAL:HIGH
LOW HIGH
SPAN CAL M STABIL= XXX.X PPM
ENTR EXIT
SO2=X.XXX
<TST TST>
EXIT
Record SO 2 HIGH span point reading
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Instrument Maintenance
Addendum to TML50 Manual (P/N 045150102)
8. INSTRUMENT MAINTENANCE
8.1. Maintenance Schedule
There is no Internal IZS offered for the TML50H.
8.2. Predictive Diagnostics
Because the TML50H’s internal pneumatics are monitored in a different manner than those of the TML50 there
are some differences in how the instrument’s test functions are used as predictive diagnostics. Table 8-1 of this
addendum supersedes Table 9-2 of the TML50 Manual
Table 8-1: Predictive Uses For Test Functions
TEST FUNCTION
PRES
iDAS
FUNCTION
SMPPRS
CONDITION
BEHAVIOR
EXPECTED
ACTUAL
INTERPRETATION
Slowly
decreasing
• Flow path is clogging up.
- Check critical flow orifice & sintered filter.
- Replace particulate filter
• Developing leak in pneumatic system to vacuum
(developing valve failure)
Constant within
atmospheric
changes
Fluctuating
• Developing leak in pneumatic system
Sample gas
pressure
upstream of the
critical flow
orifice.
Constant within
atmospheric
changes
Slowly
increasing
VAC
VACUUM
Gas pressure
downstream of
the critical flow
orifice (e.g.
inside reaction
cell.
SAMP FL
SMPFLW
Standard
Operation
Stable
Slowly
Decreasing
• Flow path is clogging up.
- Check critical flow orifice & sintered filter.
- Replace particulate filter
DRK PMT
DRKPMT
PMT output
when UV Lamp
shutter closed
Constant within
±20 of checkout value
Significantly
increasing
• PMT cooler failure
• Shutter Failure
SO2
CONCENTRATION
CONC1
Standard
configuration at
span
stable for
constant
concentration
Decreasing
over time
• Drift of instrument response; UV Lamp output is
excessively low.
Fluctuating
• Leak in gas flow path.
Fluctuating
or Slowly
increasing
• UV detector wearing out
• UV source Filter developing pin holes
Slowly
deceasing
• UV detector wearing out
• Opaque oxides building up on UV source Filter
• UV lamp aging
LAMP RATIO
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Stable and near
100%
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9. THEORY OF OPERATION
9.1. The UV Light Path
The UV light path of the TML50H is similar to that of the TML50 (see Section 10.2 of the TML50 Manual). The
main differences between the TML50H and the TML50 are:
•
The location of the reference detector (See Section 9.1.1 of this addendum).
•
The methods used to reject certain measurement interferents is different (see Section 9.1.2 of this
addendum).
Sample Gas OUT
Reference
Detector
UV Source
Lens
Sample Gas IN
Window Seal
Broadband
UV From
Lamp
SO2
Fluorescent UV
Optical Filter
(360 nm)
Reflected
Excitation UV
and
Fluorescent UV
Collimated
Excitation UV
Beam
Splitter
Fluorescent
UV
Only
PMT Lens
PMT
Figure 9-1:
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UV
Lamp
Focused
Fluorescent
UV
UV Source
Optical Filter
(214 nm)
UV Light Path
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9.1.1. The Reference Detector
A vacuum diode UV detector that converts UV light to a DC current is used to measure the intensity of the
excitation UV source lamp. The location of the TML50H reference detector differs from that of the TML50.
•
On the TML50 this detector is located directly across the reaction cell from the lamp where it can
measure the output of the lamp directly. Because the TML50 is designed to measure relatively low
concentrations of SO2, enough of the lamp’s 214 nm source light makes it through the reaction cell to get
a reliable reading.
•
On the TML50H the detector is located between the UV lamp and the reaction cell and to the side. A
beam splitter reflects a portion of the lamp output 90 degrees, through a window and onto the detector.
This arrangement is required because nearly all of 214 nm UV source light entering the reaction cell is
absorbed by the higher concentrations of SO2 typically measured by the TML50H.
A window transparent to UV light provides an air-proof seal that prevents ambient gas from contaminating the
sample chamber.
9.1.2. Direct Measurement Interferences
The most common source of interference when measuring SO2 is from other gases that fluoresce in a similar
fashion to SO2 when exposed to UV Light. The most significant of these are:
•
A class of hydrocarbons called poly-nuclear aromatics (PNA) of which xylene and naphthalene are two
prominent examples.
•
Nitric oxide (NO), which fluoresces in the spectral range near to SO2. For critical applications where
high levels of NO are expected an optional 360 nm optical filter is available that improves the rejection of
NO (contact customer service for more information).
The methods by which the TML50H rejects interference for these substances differs from the TML50 as follows.
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•
Since the typical application for which the TML50H rarely includes the presences of hydrocarbons or
PNA’s, no hydrocarbon scrubber (kicker) is included in the TML50H’s base configuration. An optional
scrubber (see Section 5.4 of this addendum is available).
•
On the other hand the typical TML50H application often includes much higher concentrations of Nitric
Oxide (NO), which fluoresces in a spectral range near that of SO2. Therefore an optional 360 nm filter
replaces the 330nm UV filter located between the PMT and the reaction cell in order to more efficiently
reject for interference due to the higher concentrations of NO.
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9.2. Pneumatic Operation
9.2.1. Sample Gas Flow
The Flow of gas through the TML50H UV Fluorescence SO2 Analyzer is created by a small external pump that
pulls air through the instrument. The TML50H has no kicker to scrub hydrocarbons from the sample stream.
Typical applications for the TML50H do not have hydrocarbons in the sample stream.
EXHAUST
GAS OUTLET
UV
LAMP
PMT
PUMP
REACTION
CELL
SAMPLE
GAS INLET
Particulate
Filter
CRITICAL
FLOW ORIFICE
700 cm3/min
@ 7 In-Hg-A
SAMPLE
PRESSURE
SNESOR
FLOW CONTROL &
PRESSURE SENSOR
VACUUME
PRESSURE
SNESOR
INSTRUMENT CHASSIS
Figure 9-2:
Pneumatic Diagram of the TML50H – Base Configuration
9.2.2. Pneumatic Sensors
The TML50H uses two pneumatic sensors to verify gas flow. These sensors are located on a printed circuit
assembly, called the pneumatic pressure/flow sensor board. This PCA is attached to a manifold containing the
critical flow orifice that sets the instrument flow rate.
9.2.2.1. Sample Pressure Sensor
An absolute pressure transducer plumbed to the input of the analyzer’s sample chamber is used to measure the
pressure of the sample gas before it passes through the critical flow orifice. This is used to validate the critical
flow condition (2:1 pressure ratio) through the instrument’s critical flow orifice.
The actual sample gas pressure measurement is viewable through the analyzer’s front panel display as the test
function PRES
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9.2.2.2. Vacuum Pressure Sensor
An absolute pressure transducer measures the pressure on the vacuum side of the critical flow orifice and is
used to measure the sample gas pressure in the reaction cell. If the vacuum pressure is not in the correct
range, a warning will be displayed by the software. Also, if the temperature/pressure compensation (TPC)
feature is turned on, the output of this sensor is also used to supply pressure data for that calculation.
The actual pressure of the gas downstream from the critical flow orifice (including the gas inside the reaction
cell) viewable through the analyzer’s front panel display as the test function VAC
9.2.2.3. Sample Flow Calculation
Unlike the TML50, which uses a thermal-mass flow sensor to directly measure the gas flow though the
instrument, the TML50H calculates the gas as follows.
•
The ratio of the two pressures is measured and used to validate critical flow. If the ratio is not correct (<
2:1) the SAMPLE FLOW WARN message is activated. Also, the value of the SAMP FL test function is
set to XXXX.
If the pressure ratio between the two sensors is valid (≥ 2:1), the instrument calculates the flow based on sample
gas pressure level (PRES) and is viewable via the front panel as the SAMP FL test function.
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9.3. Electronic Operation
The following figures replace Figures 10-10 & 10-19 of the TML50 Manual (P/N 045150102). There is no IZS
option, a vacuum pressure sensor replaces the TML50’s thermal-mass flow sensor and provision is made for the
two span point valve option.
Analog Outputs
A1
COMM B COMM A
Female
Male
Optional
4-20 mA
A2
or
ETHERNET
I/O OPTION
Control Inputs:
1–6
A3
Status Outputs:
1–8
A4
Analog
Outputs
(D/A)
External
Digital I/O)
RS–232
ONLY
RS–232 or RS–485
A/D
Converter
(V/F)
Power-Up
Circuit
Box
Temp
Disk On
Chip
CPU
STATUS
LED
MOTHER
BOARD
PC 104
CPU Card
Flash Chip
PC 104
Bus
PMT
Temperature
Sensor
PMT
PMT OUTPUT (PMT DET)
I2C
Pneumatic
Sensor
Board
Sample Gas
Pressure
Sensor
(Externally Powered)
Bus
I2C Status
LED
Keybd
&
Display
RELAY
BOARD
Vacuum
Pressure
Sensor
UV Reference
Detector
Shutter
control
Reaction Cell
Heater
PMT
PREAMP PCA
Figure 9-3:
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Analog
Sensor
Inputs
PMT TEMPERATURE
OPTIC TEST CONTROL
IZS PERM-TUBE
TEMPERATURE
ELECTRIC TEST CONTROL
SAMPLE
CHAMBER
TEMPERATURE
Internal
Digital I/O
HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY LEVEL
Thermistor
Interface
TEC Drive
PCA
PMT TEC
Sample Cal
Valve
Option
2 Span Pt.
Valve
Option
TML50H Electronic Block Diagram
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Chassis
Cooling
Fan
Display
PMT
Cooling
Fan
TEC
Control
PCA
ON/OFF
SWITCH
AC POWER
ENTRANCE
PMT
Preamp
Keypad
CPU
KEY
PS 1 (+5 VDC; ±15 VDC)
RELAY
BOARD
Mother
Board
AC POWER
DC POWER
Temperature
Sensors
PS 2 (+12 VDC)
PMT High
Voltage Supply
Sample Gas
Pressure
Sensor
Vacuum
Pressure
Sensor
Sample/Cal
for Z/S and 2
Span Point
Valve Options
UV Source
Lamp
Shutter
Figure 9-4:
UV Source
Lamp
Power
Supply
UV Source
Lamp
Shutter
Sample
Chamber
Heaters
TML50H Power Distribution Block Diagram
USER NOTES:
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10. TROUBLESHOOTING & REPAIR
For the most part the information contained in Chapter 11 of the TML50 Manual (P/N 045150102) is also
applicable to the TML50H. There are a few exceptions however.
10.1.1. Fault Diagnosis with Warning Messages
Table 10-1: Warning Messages - Indicated Failures
WARNING
MESSAGE
FAULT CONDITION
VACUUM
PRESS
WARN
Gas pressure inside the
reaction cell outside of
warning limits.
POSSIBLE CAUSES
If sample pressure is > 10 in-Hg:
o Pneumatic Leak
o Bad Pump Æ Rebuild Pump
o Failed pressure sensor/circuitry
10.1.2. Fault Diagnosis with Test Functions
Table 10-2: Test Functions - Possible Causes For Out-Of-Range Values
TEST
FUNCTION
VAC
NOMINAL
VALUE(S)
<9.1 IN-HG-A
POSSIBLE CAUSE(S)
Incorrect sample gas pressure could be due to: pneumatic leak; malfunctioning valve;
malfunctioning pump; clogged flow orifices; sample inlet overpressure; faulty pressure
sensor
10.2. Subsystem Checkout
10.2.1. Pneumatic Sensor Assembly
The pneumatic sensor assembly of the TML50H differs from that of the TML50 in that there is no flow sensor.
Instead the assembly includes two pressure sensors located on either side of a critical flow orifice. The TML50H
software infers the gas flow rate by mathematically comparing the two pressure readings.
If you suspect that one of the two pressure sensors is failing:
1. Cap the sample inlet.
2. After a few seconds, check the VAC and PRES test functions and verify that:
•
The VAC value matches the PRES value to within 1 In-Hg-A, and;
•
Both are less than 10 in-Hg-A (i.e. under vacuum).
3. Uncap the sample inlet and unplug the pump.
4. After a few minutes, the value VAC and PRES should match within 1 In-Hg-A, and read atmospheric
pressure.
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•
If the two sensors do not match or are significantly different from ambient atmospheric pressure, call
Teledyne Instruments customer service.
10.3. Repair Procedures
10.3.1. Repairing the Sample Gas Flow Control Assembly
The Critical Flow Orifice is part of the pressure sensor and flow control assembly. The jewel orifice is protected
by a sintered filter, so it is unusual for the orifice to need replacing, but it is possible for the sintered filter and orings to need replacing. See the Spare Parts list in Appendix B for part numbers and kits.
To replace the filter and/or orifice
1. Turn off Power to the analyzer.
2. Locate the pressure sensor / flow control assembly.
3. Disconnect the signal cable and pneumatic fittings.
4. Remove the assembly from the optical bench by removing the 2 screws
at each end of the assembly.
5. The inlet end of the assembly is located at the end with the straight
pneumatic fitting. Remove the fitting and the components as shown in
the exploded view.
6. Replace the o-rings (p/n:OR01) and the sintered filter (p/n:FL01).
7. if you are replacing the Critical Flow Orifice itself (p/n:00094100), make
sure that the side with the colored window (usually RED) is facing
upstream to the flow gas flow.
8. Re-assemble in reverse order. See the Spares List in Appendix B for
part numbers.
9. After re-connecting the power and pneumatic lines, flow check the
instrument as described in the Section 11.5.2 of the TML50 Instruction
Manual.
Figure 10-1: Flow Control Assembly
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10.3.2. Sensor Module Repair & Cleaning
NOTE:
After any repair or service has been performed on the sensor module, the TML50H should be allowed to
warm up for 60 minutes.
Always perform a perform a leak check (See Section 11.5.1) and calibrate the analyzer (see Chapter 7)
before placing it back in service.
The most significant difference between the TML50 sensor module and the TML50H sensor module is the
location of the reference detector. Therefore most of the procedures described in Section 11.6.3 apply to the
TML50H as well.
Exceptions are noted below:
J5
J6
UV Beam
Splitter
UV Lamp Power
Supply Wiring
Gas Outlet
fitting
Shutter Cabling
Exits here
TEC Power
Cable
Connector
UV Detector
Housing
Heater Wiring
exits here
Gas Inlet
fitting
Thermistor
Wiring exits here
Figure 10-2: Sensor Module Wiring and Pneumatic Fittings
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10.3.2.1. Adjusting the UV Lamp (Peaking the Lamp)
There are three ways in which ambient conditions can effect the UV Lamp output and therefore the accuracy of the
SO2 concentration measurement. These are:
Line Voltage Change: UV lamp energy is directly proportional to the line voltage. This can be avoided by
installing adequate AC Line conditioning equipment such as a UPS/surge suppressor.
Lamp Aging - Over a period of months, the UV energy will show a downward trend, usually 30% in the first 90
days, and then a slower rate, until the end of useful life of the lamp. Periodically running the UV lamp calibration
routine (see Section 6.9.7) will compensate for this until the lamp output becomes too low to function at all.
Lamp Positioning – The UV output level of the lamp is not even across the entire length of the lamp. Some
portions of the lamp shine slightly more brightly than others. At the factory the position of the UV lamp is
adjusted to optimize the amount of UV light shining through the UV filter/lens and into the reaction cell. Changes
to the physical alignment of the lamp can affect the analyzers ability to accurately measure SO2.
Reaction
Cell
Beam
Splitter
Reference
Detector
Housing
Reference
Detector
PCA
Shutter
Housing
DO NOT
use Lamp Cap to
adjust Lamp
position
UV Lamp Power
Supply Wires
Adjust Lamp
Position by
grasping lamp
body ONLY
UV Filter Retainer
& Lens Housing
Thumb
Screw
Shutter Assy
UV Lamp Bracket
Mounting Screws
Figure 10-3: Shutter Assembly - Exploded View
CAUTION:
ALWAYS wear UV-Protective, Safety Glasses when working with the UV Lamp
Assembly
1. Set the analyzer display to show the signal I/O function, UVLAMP_SIGNAL (see Section 11.1.3).
UVLAMP_SIGNAL is function 33.
2. Slightly loosen the large brass thumbscrew located on the shutter housing (see Figure 10-3) so that the lamp
can be moved.
3. While watching the UVLAMP_SIGNAL reading, slowly rotate the lamp or move it back and forth vertically
until the UVLAMP_SIGNAL reading is at its maximum.
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•
DO NOT grasp the UV lamp by its cap when changing its position (see Figure 10-3).
Always grasp the main body of the lamp.
4. Compare the UVLAMP_SIGNAL reading to the information in Table 10-3 and follow the instructions there.
Table 10-3: Example of HVPS Power Supply Outputs
UVLAMP_SIGNAL
3500mV±200mV.
ACTION TO BE TAKEN
No Action Required
> 4900mV at any time.
Adjust the UV reference detector potentiometer (see Figure 10-4) until
UVLAMP_SIGNAL reads approximately 3600mV before continuing to adjust the
lamp position.
>4500mV or < 1000mV
Adjust the UV reference detector potentiometer (see Figure 10-4) until
UVLAMP_SIGNAL reads as close to 3500mV as possible.
.< 600mV
Replace the lamp.
Shutter
Housing
Beam
Splitter
UV Reference
Detector
Adjustment
Pot
UV
Reference
Detector
UV
Reference
Detector
PCA
Reaction
Cell
Figure 10-4: Location of UV Reference Detector Potentiometer
5. Finger tighten the thumbscrew.
NOTE:
DO NOT over-tighten the thumbscrew.
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10.3.2.2. PMT Hardware Calibration (FACTORY CAL)
The sensor module hardware calibration adjusts the slope of the PMT output when the instrument’s slope and
offset values are outside of the acceptable range and all other more obvious causes for this problem have been
eliminated.
Figure 10-5: Pre-Amplifier Board Layout
1. Set the instrument reporting range type to SNGL (see Section 6.7.4 of the TML50 Manual)
2. Perform a zero–point calibration using zero air (see Chapter 7 of the TML50 Manual).
3. Let the instrument stabilize by allowing it to run for one hour.
4. Adjust the UV Lamp. (See Section 10.3.2.1 of this addendum)
5. Perform a LAMP CALIBRATION procedure (see Section 6.9.7 of the TML50 Manual).
6. Locate the Preamp board (see Figure 3-4 of this addendum).
7. Locate the Following Components On the Preamp board (see Figure 10-5 of this addendum):
40
•
HVPS coarse adjustment switch (Range 0-9, then A-F)
•
HVPS fine adjustment switch (Range 0-9, then A-F)
•
Gain adjustment potentiometer (Full scale is 10 to 12 turns).
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8. Set the HVPS coarse adjustment to its minimum setting (0).
9. Set the HVPS fine adjustment switch to its maximum setting (F).
10. Turn the gain adjustment potentiometer clockwise to its maximum setting.
11. Set the front panel display to show STABIL (see Section 6.2.1 of the TML50 Manual)
12. Feed span gas into the analyzer.
13. Wait until the STABIL value is below 0.5 ppm,
NOTE
Use a span gas equal to 80% of the reporting range.
Example: for a reporting range of 200 ppm, use a span gas of 160 ppm.
14. Scroll to the OFFSET function and record the value.
15. Scroll to the NORM PMT value.
NOTE
Do not overload the PMT by accidentally setting both adjustment switches to their maximum setting.
This can cause permanent damage to the PMT.
16. Determine the target NORM PMT value according to the following formulas.
•
If the reporting range is set for ≤ 500 ppm (the instrument will be using the 500 ppm physical range):
Target NORM PMT = (8 x span gas concentration) + OFFSET
•
If the reporting range is set for ≥ 2,001 ppb(the instrument will be using the 5,000 ppm physical range):
Target NORM PMT = (0.8 x span gas concentration) + OFFSET
EXAMPLE: If the OFFSET is 33 mV, the Reporting Range is 1000 ppm, the span gas should be 800
ppm SO2 and the calculation would be:
Target NORM PMT = (0.8 x 800) + 33 mV
Target NORM PMT = 640 + 33 mV
Target NORM PMT = 673 mV
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17. Set the HVPS coarse adjustment switch to the lowest setting that will give you more than the target NORM
PMT signal from Step 16.
•
The coarse adjustment typically increments the NORM PMT signal in 100-300 mV steps.
18. Adjust the HVPS fine adjustment such that the NORM PMT value is at or just above the target NORM PMT
signal from Step 16.
19. Continue adjusting the both the coarse and fine switches until NORM PMT is as close to (but not below) the
target NORM PMT value from Step 16.
20. Adjust gain adjustment potentiometer until the NORM PMT value is ±10 mV of the target level from Step 16.
21. Perform span calibration (see Chapter 7 of the TML50 Manual)
22. Scroll to the SLOPE function and record the value.
23. If the value of the SLOPE is between 0.900 and 1.100 the PMT Hardware calibration is complete.
24. If the value of the SLOPE is less than 0.900 or greater than 1.100:
1. Multiply the slope value from step 22 by the norm PMT value from step 19.
2. Repeat steps 17 through 24 using this new value for NORM PMT.
10.3.2.3. PMT Hardware Calibration (FIELD CAL)
1. Make sure to perform a lamp calibration before proceeding.
2. Perform a full zero calibration using nitrogen or zero air.
3. Flow span gas to the analyzer and wait until the STABIL value is 0.5 or less.
4. In the SETUP-VARS menu scroll to, and manually set the SO2 or NOx SLOPE value to 1.000.
5. Turn the gain adjustment pot on the PMT preamp board, R29, fully clockwise.
6. Set the HVPS fine adjustment switch S1 to its highest setting.
7. While observing the gas concentration on the analyzer’s display, set the HVPS coarse
adjustment switch S1 to the lowest setting that is just above the span gas value.
8. Set the HVPS fine adjustment switch S1 to the lowest setting that is just above the span gas
value.
9. Using the gain adjustment pot, R29, set the analyzer to read the exact span gas value. This
value may fluctuate a bit.
10. Perform a software span calibration so that the analyzer may set its slope and offset values.
11. Review the slope and offset values. The slopes should be 1.000 ±0.3, and the offset values
should be 0.0 ±20mV (-20 to +150mV is allowed).
12. Flow zero gas to the analyzer gas and wait until the STABIL value is 0.5 or less. Initiate an
optic test (OTEST) from the SETUP – DIAG menu. Scroll to the NORM_PMT value on the
analyzer’s main display.
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13. Set the OTEST adjustment pot, R28, to obtain a NORM_PMT value of approximately
2000mV.
14. Initiate an electric test (ETEST) from the SETUP – DIAG menu. Scroll to the NORM_PMT
value on the analyzer’s main display.
15. Set the ETEST adjustment pot, R19, to obtain a NORM_PMT value of approximately 2000mV.
10.4. Technical Assistance
If this addendum and its trouble-shooting / repair sections do not solve your problems, technical
assistance may be obtained from Teledyne Instruments, Customer Service, 35 Inverness Drive
East, Englewood, CO 80112. Phone: 1-800-846-6062. Fax: 1-303-799-4853. Email:
tml_support@teledyne.com.
Before you contact customer service, fill out the problem report form in Appendix C, which is also
available online for electronic submission at http://www.teledyne-ml.com
USER NOTES:
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APPENDIX A: Version Specific Software Documentation
APPENDIX A: Version Specific Software Documentation
APPENDIX A-1: TML50H Software Menu Trees
APPENDIX A-2: TML50H Setup Variables for Serial I/O
APPENDIX A-3: TML50H Warnings and Test Functions
APPENDIX A-4: TML50H Signal I/O Definitions
APPENDIX A-5: TML50H iDAS Parameters
APPENDIX A-6: Terminal Command Designators
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SAMPLE
TEST1
<TST
MSG1,2
CAL
TST>
Only appear if
reporting range
is set for
AUTO range
mode.
CLR1,3
ENTER SETUP PASS: 818
LOW
HIGH
(Primary Setup Menu)
CFG
RANGE
STABIL
VAC
PRES
SAMP FL
PMT
NORM PMT
UV LAMP
LAMP RATIO
STR. LGT
DARK PMT
DARK LMP
SLOPE
OFFSET
HVPS
RCELL TEMP
BOX TEMP
PMT TEMP
TEST
TIME
ZERO
SPAN
DAS
RANG
PASS
CLK
MORE
CONC
(Secondary Setup Menu)
COMM
TEST FUNCTIONS
Viewable by user while
instrument is in
SAMPLE Mode
Figure A-1:
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SETUP
1
2
3
VARS
DIAG
Only appears when warning messages are activated
Press this key to cycle through list of active warning
messages.
Press this key to clear/erase the warning message
currently displayed
Basic Sample Display Menu
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SAMPLE
TEST1
<TST
CALZ
CAL
TST>
Only appear if
reporting range
is set for
AUTO range
mode.
LOW
RANGE
STABIL
ZERO
VAC
PRES
SAMP FL
PMT
NORM PMT
UV LAMP
LAMP RATIO
STR. LGT
DRK PMT
DRK LMP
SLOPE
OFFSET
HVPS
RCELL TEMP
BOX TEMP
PMT TEMP
TEST
TIME
TEST FUNCTIONS
HIGH
SPAN
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CONC
HIGH
ZERO
LOW
HIGH
SPAN
CONC
CLR1,3
SETUP
ENTER SETUP PASS: 818
(Primary Setup Menu)
CFG
DAS
RANG
PASS
CLK
MORE
(Secondary Setup Menu)
1
Viewable by user while
instrument is in SAMPLE Mode
Figure A-2:
LOW
MSG1,2
CALS
2
3
Only appears when warning messages are activated
Press this key to cycle through list of active warning
messages.
Press this key to clear/erase the warning message
currently displayed
COMM
VARS
DIAG
Sample Display Menu - Z/S Valve Option installed
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SETUP
ENTER SETUP PASS: 818
CFG
PREV
DAS
ACAL1
NEXT
NEXT
MODE
SET2
PREV
ENTR
3
Only appears if a applicable
option/feature is installed and
activated.
Only appears whenever the
currently displayed sequence
is not set for DISABLED.
Only appears when reporting
range is set to AUTO range
mode.
MODE
SET
IND
AUTO
DATE
UNIT
NEXT
SNGL
DISABLED
ZERO
ZERO/SPAN
SPAN
TIMER ENABLE
STARTING DATE
STARTING TIME
DELTA DAYS
DELTA TIME
DURATION
CALIBRATE
PPM
UGM
ENTR
<SET
SET>
EDIT
LOW3
Go To
SECONDARY SETUP MENU
(Fig. A-5)
HIGH3
RANGE TO CAL3
Figure A-3:
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MORE
OFF
TIME
CONFIGURATION
SAVED
2
CLK
ON
(Fig. A-8)
SEQ 1)
SEQ 2)
SEQ 3)
• DATE FACTORY
1
PASS
Go To iDAS
MENU TREE
PREV
• MODEL NAME
• SERIAL NUMBER
• SOFTWARE
REVISION
• LIBRARY REVISION
•
iCHIP SOFTWARE
REVISION1
•
HESSEN PROTOCOL
REVISION1
• ACTIVE SPECIAL
SOFTWARE
OPTIONS1
• CPU TYPE
RNGE
Primary Setup Menu (Except iDAS)
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SAMPLE
ENTER SETUP PASS: 818
CFG
DAS
ACAL1
RNGE
VIEW
PREV
MORE
NEXT
PREV
PRM>
Cycles through
lists of
parameters
chosen for this
iDAS channel
PV10
PREV
NEXT
INS
EDIT
SET>
EDIT
PRNT
Creates/changes name.
NAME
EVENT
PARAMETERS
REPORT PERIOD
NUMBER OF RECORDS
RS-232 REPORT
CHANNEL ENABLE
CAL. HOLD
NO
PRNT
NO
<SET
NX10
YES
DEL
YES
Selects data point to view.
PREV
NEXT
CONC
PNUMTC
CALDAT
VIEW
Sets the
amount of time
between each
report.
NEXT
PREV
NEXT
INS
DEL
Cycles through
available trigger
events.
YES
<SET
Cycles through
already active
parameters.
PARAMETER
PREV
Cycles through available/active
parameters.
Figure A-4:
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CLK
EDIT
CONC
PNUMTC
CALDAT
<PRM
PASS
NEXT
EDIT
PRNT
NO
SET>
ON
EDIT
SAMPLE MODE
INST
PRNT
OFF
PRECISION
AVG
MIN
1
YES
NO
Selects max
no. of records
for this channel
MAX
Only appears if Z/S valve is installed.
Primary Setup Menu (iDAS)
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SAMPLE
ENTER SETUP PASS: 818
CFG
DAS
ACAL1
RNGE
COMM
PASS
CLK
MORE
VARS
DIAG
Password required
INET3
ID
2
GTWY
IP
<SET
SNET START STOP
SET>
MODE
PREV
COM1 COM2
NEXT
QUIET
COMPUTER
SECURITY
HESSEN PROTOCOL
E, 7, 1
RS-485
MULTIDROP PROTOCOL
ENABLE MODEM
ERROR CHECKING2
XON/XOFF HANDSHAKE2
HARDWARE HANDSHAKE
HARDWARE FIFO2
COMMAND PROMPT
NEXT
BAUD RATE
PREV
ON
NEXT
300
1200
2400
4800
9600
19200
38400
57760
115200
OFF
JUMP
EDIT
PRINT
DAS_HOLD_OFF
TPC_ENABLE
RCELL_SET
DYN_ZERO
DYN_SPAN
CONC_PRECISION
CLOCK_ADJ
EDIT
Figure A-5:
05244 Rev C.1
PREV
TEST PORT
TEST
Go To
DIAG MENU TREE
(Fig A-8)
1
2
Only appears if Z/S valve option is installed.
Only appears when the ENABLE INTERNET mode is
enabled for either COM1 or COM2.
Secondary Setup Menu (COMM & VARS)
Pg: A-6
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TML50H Manual Addendum
SETUP
ENTER SETUP PASS: 818
CFG
DAS
ACAL1
RNGE
PASS
COMM
CLK
MORE
VARS
ID
DIAG
COM1
PREV
NEXT
JUMP
EDIT
PRINT
INET2
<SET
SET>
EDIT
COMM - VARS
MENU TREE
(Fig A-5)
DAS_HOLD_OFF
TPC_ENABLE
RCELL_SET
DYN_ZERO
DYN_SPAN
CONC_PRECISION
CLOCK_ADJ
DHCP
INSTRUMENT IP
GATEWAY IP
SUBNET MASK
TCP PORT3
HOSTNAME4
Go To
DIAG MENU TREE
ON
OFF
1
2
3
4
5
(Fig A-8)
Only appears if a valve option is installed.
Only appears when the Ethernet card (option 63) is installed.
Although TCP PORT is editable regardless of the DHCP state, do not change the setting for this property unless
instructed to by Teledyne Instruments Customer Service personnel.
HOST NAME is only editable when DHCP is ON.
INSTRUMENT IP, GATEWAY IP & SUBNET MASK are only editable when DHCP is OFF.
Figure A-6:
05244 Rev C.1
EDIT
INSTRUMENT IP5
GATEWAY IP5
SUBNET MASK5
TCP PORT3
Secondary Setup Menu (COMM Menu with Ethernet Card)
PG: A-7
APPENDIX A-1: TML50H Software Menu Trees, Revision C.1
TML50H Manual Addendum
SETUP
.
ENTER SETUP PASS: 818
CFG
DAS
ACAL1
RNGE
PASS
COMM
HESN2
ID
<SET
COM1 COM2
SET>
EDIT
See
Fig A-5
VARIATION
TYPE 1
TYPE 2
PREV
RESPONSE MODE
BCC
NEXT
TEXT
INS
STATUS FLAGS
CMD
DEL
YES
GAS LIST
EDIT
PRNT
Select from list of
available gases
(see Section 6.12.4.6).
NO
SO2, 110, REPORTED
GAS TYPE
GAS ID
REPORTED
ON
OFF
Figure A-7:
05244 Rev C.1
Set Hessen ID number for
selected gas type
(see Section 6.12.4.6).
CLK
MORE
VARS
DIAG
See
Fig A-5
See
Fig A-8
PMT DET WARNING
UV LAMP WARNING
DARK CAL WARNING
IZS TEMP WARNING
BOX TEMP WARNING
PMT TEMP WARNING
RCELL TEMP WARNING
SAMPLE FLOW WARNING
SAMPLE PRESS WARNING
VACUUM PRES WARNING
HVPS WARNING
SYSTEN RESET
REAR BOARD NOT DET
RELAY BOARD
FRONT PANEL
ANALOG CAL WARNING
CANNOT DYN ZERO
CANNOT DYN SPAN
INVALID CONC
ZERO CAL
LOW SPAN CAL
SPAN CAL
MANUAL MODE
PPB
PPM
UGM
See Table 6-27 for
MGM
Flag Assignments
1
Only appears if a valve is installed.
2
Only appears when the HESSEN mode is enabled for
either COM1 or COM2.
Secondary Setup Menu - HESSEN Submenu
Pg: A-8
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TML50H Manual Addendum
SAMPLE
ENTER SETUP PASS: 818
CFG
DAS
ACAL1
COMM
RNGE
PASS
CLK
MORE
VARS
DIAG
PREV
SIGNAL
I/O
PREV
ANALOG
OUTPUT
ANALOG I/O
CONFIGURATION
PRESSURE
FLOW
CALIBRATION CALIBRATION
ENTR
ENTR
ENTR
ENTR
ENTR
Start step Test
Starts Test
Starts Test
Starts Test
Starts Test
Starts Test
0)
1)
2)
3)
4)
EXT ZERO CAL
EXT SPAN CAL
EXT LOW SPAN CAL
MAINT MODE
LANG2 SELECT
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)
31)
32)
SAMPLE LED
CAL LED
FAULT LED
AUDIBLE BEEPER
ELEC TEST
OPTIC TEST
PREAMP RANGE HIGH
ST SYSTEM OK
ST CONC VALID
ST HIGH RANGE
ST ZERO CAL
ST SPAN CAL
ST DIAG MODE
ST LOW SPAN CAL
ST LAMP ALARM
ST DARK CAL ALARM
ST FLOW ALARM
ST PRESS ALARM
SR TEMP ALARM
ST HVPS ALARM
ST SYSTEM OK2
RELAY WATCHDOG
RCELL HEATER
CAL VALVE
SPAN VALVE
LOW SPAN VALVE
ZERO VALVE
DARK SHUTTER
INTERNAL ANALOG
VOLTAGE SIGNALS
(see Appendix A)
<SET
CONC OUT 1
CONC OUT 2
TEST OUTPUT
CAL
TEST
CHANNEL
OUTPUT
NONE
PMT READING
UV READING
VACUUM PRESSURE
SAMPLE PRESSURE
SAMPLE FLOW
RCELL TEMP
CHASSIS TEMP
PMT TEMP
HVPS VOLTAGE
SET>
AOUTS CALIBRATED
EDIT
<SET
RANGE
SET>
REC OFFSET
AUTO CAL
CALIBRATED
ON
ON
OFF
CAL
OFF
0.1V
1V
5V
Figure A-8:
05244 Rev C.1
ELECTRICAL
LAMP
TEST
CALIBRATION
ENTR
NEXT
33
↓
54
OPTIC
TEST
NEXT
10V
CURR
Secondary Setup Menu (DIAG)
PG: A-9
APPENDIX A-2: Setup Variables For Serial I/O, Revision C.1
TML50H Manual Addendum
APPENDIX A-2: Setup Variables For Serial I/O, Revision C.1
Table A-1:
TML50H Setup Variables, Revision C.1
SETUP VARIABLE
NUMERIC
UNITS
DEFAULT
VALUE
VALUE RANGE
DESCRIPTION
DAS_HOLD_OFF
Minutes
15
0.5–20
Duration of DAS hold off period.
TPC_ENABLE
—
ON
OFF, ON
ON enables temperature and
pressure compensation; OFF
disables it.
30–70
Reaction cell temperature set
point and warning limits.
50
RCELL_SET
ºC
Warnings:
45–55
DYN_ZERO
—
OFF
OFF, ON
ON enables contact closure
dynamic zero; OFF disables it.
DYN_SPAN
—
OFF
OFF, ON
ON enables contact closure
dynamic span; OFF disables it.
Number of digits to display to
the right of the decimal point
for concentrations on the
display. Enclose value in double
quotes (“) when setting from
the RS-232 interface.
CONC_PRECISION
—
1
AUTO, 0, 1, 2, 3,
4
CLOCK_ADJ
Sec./Day
0
-60–60
LANGUAGE_SELECT
—
ENGL
ENGL, SECD,
EXTN
MAINT_TIMEOUT
Hours
2
0.1–100
33 MS, 66 MS,
CONV_TIME
—
33 MS
133 MS, 266 MS,
533 MS, 1 SEC,
2 SEC
Time-of-day clock speed
adjustment.
Selects the language to use for
the user interface. Enclose
value in double quotes (“) when
setting from the RS-232
interface.
Time until automatically
switching out of softwarecontrolled maintenance mode.
Conversion time for PMT and
UV detector channels. Enclose
value in double quotes (“) when
setting from the RS-232
interface.
DWELL_TIME
Seconds
1
0.1–10
Dwell time before taking each
sample.
FILT_SIZE
Samples
30
1–480
Moving average filter size.
FILT_ASIZE
Samples
6
1–100
Moving average filter size in
adaptive mode.
FILT_DELTA
PPM
10
1–100
Absolute change to trigger
adaptive filter.
FILT_PCT
%
5
1–100
Percent change to trigger
adaptive filter.
FILT_DELAY
Seconds
180
0–300
Delay before leaving adaptive
filter mode.
FILT_ADAPT
—
ON
OFF, ON
DIL_FACTOR
—
1
0.1–1000
Pg: A-10
ON enables adaptive filter; OFF
disables it.
Dilution factor if dilution
05244 Rev C.1
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SETUP VARIABLE
APPENDIX A-2: Setup Variables For Serial I/O, Revision C.1
NUMERIC
UNITS
DEFAULT
VALUE
VALUE RANGE
DESCRIPTION
enabled with FACTORY_OPT
variable.
Concentration units for user
interface. Enclose value in
double quotes (“) when setting
from the RS-232 interface.
USER_UNITS
—
PPM
PPM, UGM
LAMP_CAL
mV
3500
1000–5000
Last calibrated UV lamp
reading.
LAMP_GAIN
—
0.9
0.5–1.5
UV lamp compensation
attenuation factor.
TEMPCO_GAIN
—
0
0–2
Temperature coefficient
attenuation factor for pressure
readings.
SLOPE_CONST
—
6.25
0.1–10
Constant to make visible slope
close to 1.
DARK_ENABLE
—
ON
OFF, ON
DARK_FREQ
Minutes
30,
0.1–1440
DARK_LAMP_OFF
Seconds
1
0.01–10
DARK_PRE_DWELL
Seconds
10
1–60
Dwell time after closing dark
shutter or turning off lamp or
selecting preamp range.
DARK_POST_DWELL
Seconds
30
1–180
Dwell time after opening dark
shutter or turning on lamp.
DARK_SAMPLES
Samples
5
1–10
Number of dark samples to
average.
DARK_FSIZE
Samples
2
1–100
Dark offset moving average
filter size.
DARK_LIMIT
mV
400
0–1000
SO2_SPAN1
Conc
4000
0.1–50000
SO2_SLOPE1
PPM/mV
1
0.25–4
SO2 slope for range 1.
SO2_OFFSET1
mV
0
-1500–1500
SO2 offset for range 1.
SO2_SPAN2
Conc
4000
0.1–50000
SO2_SLOPE2
PPM/mV
1
0.25–4
SO2 slope for range 2.
SO2_OFFSET2
mV
0
-1500–1500
SO2 offset for range 2.
SNGL, DUAL,
ON enables PMT/UV dark
calibration; OFF disables it.
Dark calibration period.
Dark calibration lamp off
period.
Maximum dark offset allowed.
Target SO2 concentration during
span calibration of range 1.
Target SO2 concentration during
span calibration of range 2.
Range control mode. Enclose
value in double quotes (“) when
setting from the RS-232
interface.
RANGE_MODE
—
SNGL
PHYS_RANGE1
PPM
500
5–10000
Low pre-amp range.
PHYS_RANGE2
PPM
5500
5–10000
High pre-amp range.
CONC_RANGE1
Conc
5000
0.1–50000
D/A concentration range 1.
CONC_RANGE2
Conc
5000
0.1–50000
D/A concentration range 2.
SAMP_FLOW_SET
cc/m
700
0–1200
05244 Rev C.1
AUTO, AUTO2
Sample flow set point for flow
Pg: A-11
APPENDIX A-2: Setup Variables For Serial I/O, Revision C.1
SETUP VARIABLE
NUMERIC
UNITS
DEFAULT
VALUE
VALUE RANGE
TML50H Manual Addendum
DESCRIPTION
calculation and warning limits.
1
SAMP_FLOW_SLOPE
—
Warnings:
0.5–1.5
350–1200
VAC_SAMP_RATIO
—
0.53
0.1–2
Maximum vacuum pressure /
sample pressure ratio for valid
sample flow calculation.
0–100
Sample pressure set point for
pressure compensation and
warning limits.
0.5–1.5
Sample pressure slope
correction factor (adjusted
pressure = measured pressure
x slope).
0–100
Vacuum pressure set point for
pressure compensation and
warning limits.
29.92
SAMP_PRESS_SET
“Hg
Warnings:
15–35
SAMP_PRESS_SLOPE
—
1
6
VAC_PRESS_SET
“Hg
Warnings:
3–10
30
BOX_SET
ºC
Warnings:
5–60
Box temperature warning limits.
Set point is not used.
0–40
PMT temperature set point and
warning limits.
8–50
7
PMT_SET
ºC
Warnings:
Sample flow slope correction
factor (adjusted flow =
measured flow x slope).
2–12
RS-232 COM1 mode flags. Add
values to combine flags.
1 = quiet mode
2 = computer mode
4 = enable security
16 = enable Hessen protocol
Must power-cycle instrument
for these options to fully take
effect.
RS232_MODE
BitFlag
0
0–65535
32 = enable multi-drop
64 = enable modem
128 = ignore RS-232 line errors
256 = disable XON / XOFF
support
512 = disable hardware FIFOs
1024 = enable RS-485 mode
2048 = even parity, 7 data bits,
1 stop bit
4096 = enable command
prompt
BAUD_RATE
Pg: A-12
—
19200
300,
1200, 2400,
RS-232 COM1 baud rate.
Enclose value in double quotes
(“) when setting from the RS-
05244 Rev C.1
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SETUP VARIABLE
APPENDIX A-2: Setup Variables For Serial I/O, Revision C.1
NUMERIC
UNITS
DEFAULT
VALUE
VALUE RANGE
4800, 9600,
DESCRIPTION
232 interface.
19200, 38400,
57600, 115200
MODEM_INIT
—
“AT Y0 &D0
&H0 &I0
S0=2 &B0
&N6 &M0 E0
Q1 &W0”
Any character in
the allowed
character set. Up
to 100
characters long.
RS-232 COM1 modem
initialization string. Sent
verbatim plus carriage return to
modem on power up or
manually. Enclose value in
double quotes (“) when setting
from the RS-232 interface.
RS-232 COM2 mode flags.
RS232_MODE2
BitFlag
0
0–65535
(Same settings as
RS232_MODE.)
300, 1200,
2400, 4800,
BAUD_RATE2
—
19200
9600, 19200,
38400, 57600,
RS-232 COM2 baud rate.
Enclose value in double quotes
(“) when setting from the RS232 interface.
115200
Any character in
the allowed
character set. Up
to 100
characters long.
MODEM_INIT2
—
“AT Y0 &D0
&H0 &I0
S0=2 &B0
&N6 &M0 E0
Q1 &W0”
RS232_PASS
Password
940331
0–999999
MACHINE_ID
ID
100
0–9999
“Cmd> ”
Any character in
the allowed
character set. Up
to 100
characters long.
COMMAND_PROMPT
—
RS-232 COM2 modem
initialization string. Sent
verbatim plus carriage return to
modem on power up or
manually. Enclose value in
double quotes (“) when setting
from the RS-232 interface.
RS-232 log on password.
Unique ID number for
instrument.
RS-232 interface command
prompt. Displayed only if
enabled with RS232_MODE
variable. Enclose value in
double quotes (“) when setting
from the RS-232 interface.
NONE,
PMT READING,
UV READING,
VACUUM
PRESSURE,
TEST_CHAN_ID
—
NONE
SAMPLE
PRESSURE,
SAMPLE FLOW,
Diagnostic analog output ID.
Enclose value in double quotes
(“) when setting from the RS232 interface.
RCELL TEMP,
CHASSIS TEMP,
PMT TEMP,
HVPS VOLTAGE
REMOTE_CAL_MODE
05244 Rev C.1
—
LOW
LOW, HIGH
Range to calibrate during
contact-closure and Hessen
calibration. Enclose value in
double quotes (“) when setting
Pg: A-13
APPENDIX A-2: Setup Variables For Serial I/O, Revision C.1
SETUP VARIABLE
NUMERIC
UNITS
DEFAULT
VALUE
VALUE RANGE
TML50H Manual Addendum
DESCRIPTION
from the RS-232 interface.
ON enables passwords; OFF
disables them.
PASS_ENABLE
—
OFF
OFF, ON
STABIL_FREQ
Seconds
10
1–300
STABIL_SAMPLES
Samples
25
2–40
RCELL_CYCLE
Seconds
2
0.5–30
RCELL_PROP
1/ºC
0.3
(prop. band =
3.3 ºC)
0–10
Reaction cell temperature PID
proportional coefficient.
RCELL_INTEG
—
0.005
0–10
Reaction cell temperature PID
integral coefficient.
RCELL_DERIV
—
0.5
0–10
Reaction cell temperature PID
derivative coefficient.
0–2000
High voltage power supply
warning limits. Set point is not
used.
0–5000
UV lamp and PMT detector
warning limits. Set point is not
used.
Any character in
the allowed
character set. Up
to 100
characters long.
Unique serial number for
instrument. Enclose value in
double quotes (“) when setting
from the RS-232 interface.
550
HVPS_SET
Volts
Warnings:
400–700
1000
DETECTOR_LIMIT
mV
Warnings:
600–4995
SERIAL_NUMBER
—
“00000000
”
DISP_INTENSITY
—
HIGH
I2C_RESET_ENABLE
—
ON
HIGH, MED,
LOW, DIM
OFF, ON
Stability measurement sampling
period.
Number of samples in
concentration stability reading.
Reaction cell temperature
control cycle period.
Front panel display intensity.
Enclose value in double quotes
(“) when setting from the RS232 interface.
I2C bus automatic reset enable.
Time-of-day clock format flags.
Enclose value in double quotes
(“) when setting from the RS232 interface.
“%a” = Abbreviated weekday
name.
CLOCK_FORMAT
—
“TIME=%H:%
M:%S”
Any character in
the allowed
character set. Up
to 100
characters long.
“%b” = Abbreviated month
name.
“%d” = Day of month as
decimal number (01 – 31).
“%H” = Hour in 24-hour format
(00 – 23).
“%I” = Hour in 12-hour format
(01 – 12).
“%j” = Day of year as decimal
number (001 – 366).
Pg: A-14
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TML50H Manual Addendum
SETUP VARIABLE
NUMERIC
UNITS
APPENDIX A-3: Warnings and Test Functions, Revision C.1
DEFAULT
VALUE
VALUE RANGE
DESCRIPTION
“%m” = Month as decimal
number (01 – 12).
“%M” = Minute as decimal
number (00 – 59).
“%p” = A.M./P.M. indicator for
12-hour clock.
“%S” = Second as decimal
number (00 – 59).
“%w” = Weekday as decimal
number (0 – 6; Sunday is 0).
“%y” = Year without century,
as decimal number (00 – 99).
“%Y” = Year with century, as
decimal number.
“%%” = Percent sign.
Factory option flags. Add values
to combine flags.
1 = enable dilution factor
2 = zero/span valves installed
4 = IZS installed (implies
zero/span valves installed)
8 = low span valve installed
FACTORY_OPT
BitFlag
0
16 = display units in
concentration field
0–65535
32 = enable software-controlled
maintenance mode
64 = enable lamp power analog
output
128 = enable switch-controlled
maintenance mode
2048 = enable Internet option
APPENDIX A-3: Warnings and Test Functions, Revision C.1
Table A-2:
NAME
TML50H Warning Messages, Revision C.1
MESSAGE TEXT
DESCRIPTION
WSYSRES
SYSTEM RESET
WDATAINIT
DATA INITIALIZED
WCONFIGINIT
CONFIG INITIALIZED
WPMT
PMT DET WARNING
PMT detector outside of warning limits specified by
DETECTOR_LIMIT variable.
WUVLAMP
UV LAMP WARNING
UV lamp reading outside of warning limits specified by
DETECTOR_LIMIT variable.
WSAMPFLOW
SAMPLE FLOW WARN
05244 Rev C.1
Instrument was power-cycled or the CPU was reset.
Data storage was erased.
Configuration storage was reset to factory configuration
or erased.
Sample flow outside of warning limits specified by
SAMP_FLOW_SET variable.
Pg: A-15
APPENDIX A-3: Warnings and Test Functions, Revision C.1
TML50H Manual Addendum
NAME
MESSAGE TEXT
WSAMPPRESS
SAMPLE PRESS WARN
Sample pressure outside of warning limits specified by
SAMP_PRESS_SET variable.
WVACPRESS
VACUUM PRESS WARN
Vacuum pressure outside of warning limits specified by
VAC_PRESS_SET variable.
WBOXTEMP
BOX TEMP WARNING
Chassis temperature outside of warning limits specified
by BOX_SET variable.
WRCELLTEMP
RCELL TEMP WARNING
WIZSTEMP
IZS TEMP WARNING
IZS temperature outside of warning limits specified by
IZS_SET variable.
WPMTTEMP
PMT TEMP WARNING
PMT temperature outside of warning limits specified by
PMT_SET variable.
WDARKCAL
DARK CAL WARNING
Dark offset above limit specified by DARK_LIMIT
variable.
WHVPS
HVPS WARNING
WDYNZERO
CANNOT DYN ZERO
Contact closure zero calibration failed while DYN_ZERO
was set to ON.
WDYNSPAN
CANNOT DYN SPAN
Contact closure span calibration failed while DYN_SPAN
was set to ON.
WREARBOARD
REAR BOARD NOT DET
WRELAYBOARD
RELAY BOARD WARN
Firmware is unable to communicate with the relay
board.
WFRONTPANEL
FRONT PANEL WARN
Firmware is unable to communicate with the front panel.
WANALOGCAL
ANALOG CAL WARNING
Pg: A-16
DESCRIPTION
Reaction cell temperature outside of warning limits
specified by RCELL_SET variable.
High voltage power supply output outside of warning
limits specified by HVPS_SET variable.
Rear board was not detected during power up.
The A/D or at least one D/A channel has not been
calibrated.
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Table A-3:
APPENDIX A-3: Warnings and Test Functions, Revision C.1
TML50H Test Functions, Revision C.1
TEST FUNCTION
MESSAGE TEXT
RANGE
RANGE=500.0 PPB
D/A range in single or auto-range modes.
RANGE1
RANGE1=500.0 PPB
D/A #1 range in independent range mode.
RANGE2
RANGE2=500.0 PPB
D/A #2 range in independent range mode.
STABILITY
STABIL=0.0 PPB
VACUUM
VAC=9.1 IN-HG-A
Vacuum pressure.
SAMPPRESS
PRES=29.9 IN-HG-A
Sample pressure.
SAMPFLOW
SAMP FL=700 CC/M
Sample flow rate.
PMTDET
PMT=762.5 MV
Raw PMT reading.
NORMPMTDET
NORM PMT=742.9 MV
PMT reading normalized for temperature, pressure,
auto-zero offset, but not range.
UVDET
UV LAMP=3457.6 MV
UV lamp reading.
LAMPRATIO
LAMP RATIO=100.0 %
STRAYLIGHT
STR. LGT=0.1 PPB
Stray light offset.
DARKPMT
DRK PMT=19.6 MV
PMT dark offset.
DARKLAMP
DRK LMP=42.4 MV
UV lamp dark offset.
SLOPE
SLOPE=1.061
Slope for current range, computed during zero/span
calibration.
OFFSET
OFFSET=250.0 MV
Offset for current range, computed during zero/span
calibration.
HVPS
HVPS=650 VOLTS
High voltage power supply output.
RCELLDUTY
RCELL ON=0.00 SEC
Reaction cell temperature control duty cycle.
RCELLTEMP
RCELL TEMP=52.1 C
Reaction cell temperature.
BOXTEMP
BOX TEMP=35.5 C
PMTTEMP
PMT TEMP=7.0 C
PMT temperature.
IZSDUTY
IZS ON=0.00 SEC
IZS temperature control duty cycle.
IZSTEMP
IZS TEMP=52.2 C
IZS temperature.
SO2
SO2=261.4 PPB
TESTCHAN
TEST=3721.1 MV
CLOCKTIME
TIME=10:38:27
05244 Rev C.1
DESCRIPTION
Concentration stability (standard deviation based on
setting of STABIL_FREQ and STABIL_SAMPLES).
UV lamp ratio of current reading divided by calibrated
reading.
Internal chassis temperature.
SO2 concentration for current range.
Value output to TEST_OUTPUT analog output, selected
with TEST_CHAN_ID variable.
Current instrument time of day clock.
Pg: A-17
APPENDIX A-4: TML50H Signal I/O Definitions, Revision C.1
TML50H Manual Addendum
APPENDIX A-4: TML50H Signal I/O Definitions, Revision C.1
Table A-4:
SIGNAL NAME
TML50H Signal I/O Definitions, Revision C.1
BIT OR CHANNEL
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
Internal inputs, U7, J108, pins 9–16 = bits 0–7, default I/O address 322 hex
0–7
Spare
Internal outputs, U8, J108, pins 1–8 = bits 0–7, default I/O address 322 hex
ELEC_TEST
0
OPTIC_TEST
1
PREAMP_RANGE_HI
2
3–5
I2C_RESET
6
I2C_DRV_RST
7
1 = electrical test on
0 = off
1 = optic test on
0 = off
1 = select high preamp range
0 = select low range
Spare
1 = reset I2C peripherals
0 = normal
0 = hardware reset 8584 chip
1 = normal
Control inputs, U11, J1004, pins 1–6 = bits 0–5, default I/O address 321 hex
EXT_ZERO_CAL
0
EXT_SPAN_CAL
1
EXT_LOW_SPAN
2
0 = go into zero calibration
1 = exit zero calibration
0 = go into span calibration
1 = exit span calibration
0 = go into low span calibration
1 = exit low span calibration
3–5
Spare
6–7
Always 1
Control inputs, U14, J1006, pins 1–6 = bits 0–5, default I/O address 325 hex
0–5
Spare
6–7
Always 1
Control outputs, U17, J1008, pins 1–8 = bits 0–7, default I/O address 321 hex
0–7
Spare
Control outputs, U21, J1008, pins 9–12 = bits 0–3, default I/O address 325 hex
0–3
Spare
Alarm outputs, U21, J1009, pins 1–12 = bits 4–7, default I/O address 325 hex
ST_SYSTEM_OK2
4
5–7
1 = system OK
0 = any alarm condition or in diagnostics mode
Spare
A status outputs, U24, J1017, pins 1–8 = bits 0–7, default I/O address 323 hex
ST_SYSTEM_OK
0
ST_CONC_VALID
1
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0 = system OK
1 = any alarm condition
0 = conc. valid
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BIT OR CHANNEL
NUMBER
SIGNAL NAME
DESCRIPTION
1 = warnings or other conditions that affect validity
of concentration
ST_HIGH_RANGE
2
ST_ZERO_CAL
3
ST_SPAN_CAL
4
ST_DIAG_MODE
5
ST_LOW_SPAN_CAL
6
7
0 = high auto-range in use
1 = low auto-range
0 = in zero calibration
1 = not in zero
0 = in span calibration
1 = not in span
0 = in diagnostic mode
1 = not in diagnostic mode
0 = in low span calibration
1 = not in low span
Spare
B status outputs, U27, J1018, pins 1–8 = bits 0–7, default I/O address 324 hex
ST_LAMP_ALARM
0
ST_DARK_CAL_ALARM
1
ST_FLOW_ALARM
2
ST_PRESS_ALARM
3
ST_TEMP_ALARM
4
ST_HVPS_ALARM
5
6–7
0 = lamp intensity low
1 = lamp intensity OK
0 = dark cal. warning
1 = dark cal. OK
0 = any flow alarm
1 = all flows OK
0 = any pressure alarm
1 = all pressures OK
0 = any temperature alarm
1 = all temperatures OK
0 = HVPS alarm
1 = HVPS OK
Spare
2
Front panel I C keyboard, default I2C address 4E hex
MAINT_MODE
5 (input)
LANG2_SELECT
6 (input)
SAMPLE_LED
8 (output)
CAL_LED
9 (output)
FAULT_LED
10 (output)
AUDIBLE_BEEPER
14 (output)
0 = maintenance mode
1 = normal mode
0 = select second language
1 = select first language (English)
0 = sample LED on
1 = off
0 = cal. LED on
1 = off
0 = fault LED on
1 = off
0 = beeper on (for diagnostic testing only)
1 = off
Relay board digital output (PCF8575), default I2C address 44 hex
RELAY_WATCHDOG
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Alternate between 0 and 1 at least every 5 seconds
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SIGNAL NAME
BIT OR CHANNEL
NUMBER
TML50H Manual Addendum
DESCRIPTION
to keep relay board active
RCELL_HEATER
1
2–3
IZS_HEATER
4
5
CAL_VALVE
6
SPAN_VALVE
7
LOW_SPAN_VALVE
8
ZERO_VALVE
9
DARK_SHUTTER
10
11–15
0 = reaction cell heater on
1 = off
Spare
0 = IZS heater on
1 = off
Spare
0 = let cal. gas in
1 = let sample gas in
0 = let span gas in
1 = let zero gas in
0 = let low span gas in
1 = let sample gas in
0 = let zero gas in
1 = let sample gas in
0 = close dark shutter
1 = open
Spare
Rear board primary MUX analog inputs
PMT_SIGNAL
0
HVPS_VOLTAGE
1
HV power supply output
PMT_TEMP
2
PMT temperature
UVLAMP_SIGNAL
3
UV lamp intensity
4
Temperature MUX
5–6
PMT detector
Spare
SAMPLE_PRESSURE
7
Sample pressure
TEST_INPUT_8
8
Diagnostic test input
REF_4096_MV
9
4.096V reference from MAX6241
SAMPLE_FLOW
10
Sample flow rate
VACUUM_PRESSURE
10
Vacuum pressure
TEST_INPUT_11
11
Diagnostic test input
12–13
REF_GND
Spare (thermocouple input?)
14
DAC MUX
15
Ground reference
Rear board temperature MUX analog inputs
BOX_TEMP
0
Internal box temperature
RCELL_TEMP
1
Reaction cell temperature
IZS_TEMP
2
IZS temperature
3
Spare
TEMP_INPUT_4
4
Diagnostic temperature input
TEMP_INPUT_5
5
Diagnostic temperature input
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SIGNAL NAME
BIT OR CHANNEL
NUMBER
TEMP_INPUT_6
6
Diagnostic temperature input
7
Spare
DESCRIPTION
Rear board DAC MUX analog inputs
DAC_CHAN_0
0
DAC channel 0 loopback
DAC_CHAN_1
1
DAC channel 1 loopback
DAC_CHAN_2
2
DAC channel 2 loopback
DAC_CHAN_3
3
DAC channel 3 loopback
Rear board analog outputs
CONC_OUT_1
0
Concentration output #1
CONC_OUT_2
1
Concentration output #2
TEST_OUTPUT
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2
Test measurement output
3
Spare
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APPENDIX A-5: TML50H iDAS Functions, Revision C.1
TML50H Manual Addendum
APPENDIX A-5: TML50H iDAS Functions, Revision C.1
Table A-5:
TML50H DAS Trigger Events, Revision C.1
NAME
ATIMER
Automatic timer expired
EXITZR
Exit zero calibration mode
EXITLS
Exit low span calibration mode
EXITHS
Exit high span calibration mode
EXITMP
Exit multi-point calibration mode
SLPCHG
Slope and offset recalculated
EXITDG
Exit diagnostic mode
PMTDTW
PMT detector warning
UVLMPW
UV lamp warning
RCTMPW
Reaction cell temperature warning
PTEMPW
PMT temperature warning
SFLOWW
Sample flow warning
SPRESW
Sample pressure warning
VPRESW
Vacuum pressure warning
BTEMPW
Box temperature warning
HVPSW
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DESCRIPTION
High voltage power supply warning
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Table A-6: TML50H iDAS Functions, Revision C.1
NAME
PMTDET
DESCRIPTION
UNITS
PMT detector reading
mV
UVDET
UV lamp intensity reading
mV
LAMPR
UV lamp ratio of calibrated intensity
%
DRKPMT
PMT electrical offset
mV
DARKUV
UV lamp electrical offset
mV
SLOPE1
SO2 slope for range #1
—
SLOPE2
SO2 slope for range #2
—
OFSET1
SO2 offset for range #1
mV
OFSET2
SO2 offset for range #2
mV
ZSCNC1
SO2 concentration for range #1 during zero/span calibration, just
before computing new slope and offset
PPB
ZSCNC2
SO2 concentration for range #2 during zero/span calibration, just
before computing new slope and offset
PPB
CONC1
SO2 concentration for range #1
PPB
CONC2
SO2 concentration for range #2
PPB
STABIL
SO2 concentration stability
PPB
STRLGT
Stray light reading
PPB
RCTEMP
Reaction cell temperature
°C
PMTTMP
PMT temperature
°C
SMPFLW
Sample flow
SMPPRS
Sample pressure
“Hg
VACUUM
Vacuum pressure
“Hg
BOXTMP
Internal box temperature
HVPS
High voltage power supply output
TEST8
cc/m
°C
Volts
Diagnostic test input (TEST_INPUT_8)
mV
TEST11
Diagnostic test input (TEST_INPUT_11)
mV
TEMP4
Diagnostic temperature input (TEMP_INPUT_4)
°C
TEMP5
Diagnostic temperature input (TEMP_INPUT_5)
°C
TEMP6
Diagnostic temperature input (TEMP_INPUT_6)
°C
REFGND
Ground reference (REF_GND)
mV
RF4096
4096 mV reference (REF_4096_MV)
mV
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APPENDIX A-6: Terminal Command Designators, Revision C.1
TML50H Manual Addendum
APPENDIX A-6: Terminal Command Designators, Revision C.1
Table A-7:
COMMAND
Terminal Command Designators, Revision C.1
ADDITIONAL COMMAND SYNTAX
? [ID]
LOGON [ID]
Display help screen and this list of commands
password
LOGOFF [ID]
T [ID]
W [ID]
C [ID]
D [ID]
V [ID]
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DESCRIPTION
Establish connection to instrument
Terminate connection to instrument
SET ALL|name|hexmask
Display test(s)
LIST [ALL|name|hexmask] [NAMES|HEX]
Print test(s) to screen
name
Print single test
CLEAR ALL|name|hexmask
Disable test(s)
SET ALL|name|hexmask
Display warning(s)
LIST [ALL|name|hexmask] [NAMES|HEX]
Print warning(s)
name
Clear single warning
CLEAR ALL|name|hexmask
Clear warning(s)
ZERO|LOWSPAN|SPAN [1|2]
Enter calibration mode
ASEQ number
Execute automatic sequence
COMPUTE ZERO|SPAN
Compute new slope/offset
EXIT
Exit calibration mode
ABORT
Abort calibration sequence
LIST
Print all I/O signals
name[=value]
Examine or set I/O signal
LIST NAMES
Print names of all diagnostic tests
ENTER name
Execute diagnostic test
EXIT
Exit diagnostic test
RESET [DATA] [CONFIG] [exitcode]
Reset instrument
PRINT ["name"] [SCRIPT]
Print iDAS configuration
RECORDS ["name"]
Print number of iDAS records
REPORT ["name"] [RECORDS=number]
[FROM=<start date>][TO=<end
date>][VERBOSE|COMPACT|HEX] (Print
DAS records)(date format:
MM/DD/YYYY(or YY) [HH:MM:SS]
Print iDAS records
CANCEL
Halt printing iDAS records
LIST
Print setup variables
name[=value [warn_low [warn_high]]]
Modify variable
name="value"
Modify enumerated variable
CONFIG
Print instrument configuration
MAINT ON|OFF
Enter/exit maintenance mode
MODE
Print current instrument mode
DASBEGIN [<data channel definitions>]
DASEND
Upload iDAS configuration
CHANNELBEGIN propertylist CHANNELEND
Upload single iDAS channel
CHANNELDELETE ["name"]
Delete iDAS channels
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APPENDIX A-6: Terminal Command Designators, Revision C.1
The command syntax follows the command type, separated by a space character. Strings in
[brackets] are optional designators. The following key assignments also apply.
TERMINAL KEY ASSIGNMENTS
ESC
CR (ENTER)
Ctrl-C
Abort line
Execute command
Switch to computer mode
COMPUTER MODE KEY ASSIGNMENTS
LF (line feed)
Ctrl-T
Execute command
Switch to terminal mode
USER NOTES:
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APPENDIX B - TML50H Spare Parts List
APPENDIX B - TML50H Spare Parts List
NOTE
Use of replacement parts other than those supplied by TML may result in non-compliance with European
standard EN 61010-1.
• TML50HSP – TML50H Spare Parts List
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TML50H ANALYZER SPARE PARTS LIST
REVISION HISTORY
LTR
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
DESCRIPTION
Release per ECO 6605
Skipped to match vendor's REV level
Skipped to match vendor's REV level
Skipped to match vendor's REV level
Skipped to match vendor's REV level
Skipped to match vendor's REV level
Skipped to match vendor's REV level
Updated Per DCN
C TML50HSPH/ECO
S / CO 6648
Skipped to match vendor's REV level
Updated Per DCN TML50HSPK/ECO 6679
Updated Per DCN TML50HSPL/ECO 6723
Updated Per DCN TML50HSPM/ECO 6750
Updated Per DCN TML50HSPN/ECO 6842
TML50HSP RevN
DATE
7/10/2006
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2/23/2007
/ /
N/A
10/1/2007
5/19/2008
8/6/2008
6/25/2009
INCORP
CAD
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
CAD
C
N/A
JN
CAD
CAD
CAD
APPR
JN
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
JN
N/A
JN
JN
JN
JN
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TML50H INDIVIDUAL SPARE PARTS LIST
Part Number
000940400
000940800
002690000
002700000
002740000
003290000
009690000
009690100
013140000
013390000
013400000
013420000
013570000
014080100
016290000
016300700
018080000
023410000
037860000
040010000
040300100
040300200
040300300
041710000
042580000
042900100
043940000
045150102
045870100
046210000
046250000
046260000
048620200
049310100
050830100
058021100
884-017300
98415105-1
CN0000458
CN0000520
DS0000025
FL0000001
HW0000005
HW0000036
HW0000090
KIT000095
KIT000207
Description
ORIFICE, 4 MIL, BLUE
ORIFICE, 012 MIL, RXCELL
LENS, UV
LENS, PMT
FILTER, PMT OPTICAL, 360 NM
ASSY, THERMISTOR
AKIT, TFE FLTR ELEMENT, 47MM, (FL6) (100)
AKIT, TFE FLTR, 47MM, (FL6) (30)
ASSY, COOLER FAN (NOX/SOX)
ASSY, KICKER, TML50H
CD, PMT, SO2, TML50/E
ASSY, ROTARY SOLENOID, TML50
ASSY, THERMISTOR (COOLER)
ASSY, HVPS, SOX/NOX
WINDOW, SAMPLE FILTER, 47MM
ASSY, SAMPLE FILTER, 47MM, ANG BKT, TFE
KIT, DESSICANT BAGGIES (12)
PCA, FLOW/PRESSURE TML50H
ORING, TFE RETAINER, SAMPLE FILTER
ASSY, FAN REAR PANEL, E SERIES
ASSY.,CONFIG PLUG FOR 045230200, AC MAIN 100-115V 50/60HZ
ASSY.,CONFIG PLUG FOR 045230200, AC MAIN 220-240V 50/60HZ
ASSY.,CONFIG PLUG FOR 045230200, SINGLE HEATER
ASSY, CPU, CONFIGURATION, "E" SERIES
PCA, KEYBOARD, E-SERIES, W/V-DETECT
PROGRAMMED FLASH, E SERIES
PCA, INTERFACE, ETHERNET, E-SERIES
MANUAL, OPERATION, TML50
PCA, TML50H UV REF DETECTOR
ADDENDUM, MANUAL, TML50H
ASSY, RXCELL HEATER/FUSE, TML50
ASSY, THERMISTOR, RXCELL, TML50
PCA, SERIAL INTERFACE, w/ MD, E SERIES
PCA, TEC CONTROL, E SERIES
DISK-ON-CHIP, w/SOFTWARE, TML50H
PCA, MOTHERBOARD, E SERIES, GEN 5-I
Level
2
2
2
2
2
3
2
1
2
3
3
2
3
3
2
3
1
3
1
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
3
3
3
3
PUMP ASSY, EXTERNAL, 115V/60 HZ, THOMAS
EXTERNAL SCRUBBER ASSY., CHARCOAL
2
2
CONNECTOR, REAR PANEL, 12 PIN
CONNECTOR, REAR PANEL, 10 PIN
DISPLAY, E SERIES
FILTER, SS
FOOT, CHASSIS
TFE TAPE, 1/4" (48 FT/ROLL)
SPRING, SS, FLOW CONTROL
REPLACEMENT, COOLER KIT, TML50/41
KIT, TML50H RELAY RETROFIT
3
3
3
1
3
1
1
3
3
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TML50H INDIVIDUAL SPARE PARTS LIST
Part Number
KIT000253
KIT000254
OR0000001
OR0000084
PU0000071
PU0000073
RL0000015
SW0000051
SW0000059
041800400
043570000
045230200
47280000
061930000
98000242
850-056500
KIT000093
KIT000236
OR0000004
OR0000006
OR0000007
OR0000015
OR0000016
OR0000027
OR0000048
OR0000060
OR0000083
OR0000094
Description
KIT, SPARE PS37, E SERIES
POWER SUPPLY, SWITCHING, 12V/60W
ORING, FLOW CONTROL/IZS
ORING, UV FILTER
PUMP, EXTERNAL, ULTRAQUIET, KNF, 115V/60HZ
REBUILD KIT FOR PU71
RELAY, DPDT, GORDOS PREFERRED
SWITCH, POWER, CIRC BR
PRESSURE XDUCER, 0-15 PSIA
PCA, PMT PREAMP, TML50
AKIT, EXPENDABLES, TML50/87
PCA, RELAY CARD W/RELAYS, E SERIES, S/N'S >455
KIT, SPARE PARTS, TML50
PCA, UV LAMP DRIVER, GEN-2
KIT, PUMP SERVICE, THOMAS PUMP
REFILL KIT, ACTIVATED CHARCOAL, 1 LB.
REPLACEMENT KIT, 214NM FILTER (03187)
KIT, UV LAMP REPLCMNT w/E-A ADPTR.
ORING, OPTIC/CELL, CELL/TRAP
ORING, CELL/PMT
ORING, PMT/BARREL/CELL
ORING, PMT FILTER
ORING, UV LENS
ORING, COLD BLOCK/PMT HOUSING & HEATSINK
ORING, REF DETECTOR
ORING, PRESSURE TRANSDUCER
ORING, PMT SIGNAL & OPTIC LED
ORING, SAMPLE FILTER
Level
3
3
1
1
2
1
2
3
2
R2
R1
R2
R2
R2
R2
R1
R2
R2
R1
R1
R1
R1
R1
R1
R1
R1
R1
R1
SPARE PARTS FOR ANALYZER OPTIONS ARE ON FOLLOWING PAGE(S)
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INDEX OF OPTIONS FOR TML 50H
Option
41
50
52
O2
ZA
Description
Current Loop Analog Output
Zero/Span Valves
Zero and Two Span Point Valve
Oxygen Sensor
Zero Air Scrubber
TML 50H INDIVIDUAL OPTIONS SPARE PARTS LIST
Option
41
50
50
52
52
52
52
52
O2
O2
O2
ZA
ZA
ZA
ZA
ZA
ZA
Part Number
KIT000219
055560000
HW0000149
016350100
053020100
053020200
OR0000050
OR0000051
000940400
043420000
OP0000030
005960000
006900000
014400100
FL0000003
HW0000093
OR0000025
Description
PCA, 4-20MA OUTPUT, (E-OPTION)
ASSY, VALVE, VA59 W/DIODE
OPTION, SEALING WASHER, INLET VALVE
ASSY, SEALING PLUG, INLET
OPTION, ASSY., INLET MANIFOLD VALVE, ZERO/SPAN
OPTION, ASSY., INLET MANIFOLD VALVE, SAMPLE
OPTION, ORING, SEALING PLUG, INLET MANIFOLD
OPTION, ORING, SEALING PLUG, INLET MANIFOLD
ORIFICE, 4 MIL, O2 OPTION
ASSY, HEATER/THERMISTOR O2 OPTION
OXYGEN TRANSDUCER
OPTION, KIT, EXPENDABLES, ACTIVATED CHARCOAL
OPTION, RETAINER PAD, CHARCOAL SCRUBBER
OPTION, ZERO AIR SCRUBBER, TML50
OPTION, FILTER, DFU
OPTION, SPRING, CHARCOAL SCRUBBER
OPTION, ORING, ZERO AIR SCRUBBER
Level
3
2
R1
R2
2
2
R1
R1
R2
3
3
R1
2
3
1
2
1
Levels marked with an "R" are TML recommended parts to have on hand for typical repairs and
maintenance.
Level 1: General maintenance supplies and expedables such as filters, O-rings, lamps, etc.
Level 2: Critical items that are known from experience to have a higher failure rate, such as
pumps, heaters, converters, valves, and circuit boards.
Level 3: Other miscellaneous items not included in Level 1 or 2. This level includes other
spare parts that are not expected to fail over a given time frame.
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TML50H Instruction
Manual
Warranty/Repair
Questionnaire
TML50H
CUSTOMER: ____________________________________ PHONE: ___________________________________________
CONTACT NAME: _______________________________ FAX NO. ___________________________________________
SITE ADDRESS: ______________________________________________________________________________________
TML50H SERIAL NO.: ________________________FIRMWARE REVISION: _______________________________
1.
ARE THERE ANY FAILURE MESSAGES? ____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________
PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING TABLE: (NOTE: DEPENDING ON OPTIONS INSTALLED, NOT ALL TEST
PARAMETERS SHOWN BELOW WILL BE AVAILABLE IN YOUR INSTRUMENT)
Parameter
Range
Stability
Vacuum
Sample Pressure
Sample Flow
PMT Signal
Normalized PMT Signal
UV Lamp
UV Lamp Ratio
Stray Light
Dark PMT
Dark Lamp
Slope
Offset
High Voltage Power Supply
Reaction Cell Temperature
Box Temperature
PMT Temperature
Time of Day
Displayed As
RANGE
STABIL
VACUUM
PRES
SAMP FL
PMT
NORM PMT
UV LAMP
LAMP
RATIO
STR. LGT
DRK PMT
DRK LMP
SLOPE
OFFSET
HVPS
RCELL
TEMP
BOX TEMP
PMT TEMP
TIME
Observed Value
Units
PPM
UG/M3
PPM
UG/M3
“Hg
In-Hg-A
Nominal Range
1-5000 PPM Standard
<.1 PPM with Zero Air
CC/MIN
MV
MV
MV
%
4 – 10 “Hg
24 – 29
700 ±10%
0 ± 100 with Zero Air
0 ± 100 with Zero Air
1000 – 4800
35 – 120%
PPM
MV
MV
MV
V
°C
-50 to +100
<200
-30 to 50
1.0 ± 0.3
<200
400 – 750*
50 ± 1
°C
Ambient + (3-7)
°C
HH:MM:SS
7±2
TELEDYNE ML CUSTOMER SERVICE
EMAIL: tml_support@teledyne.com
PHONE: (303) 792-3300 TOLL FREE: (800) 846-6062 FAX: (303) 799-4853
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Manual
Warranty/Repair
Questionnaire
TML50H
Test Settings
Test Value
Observed Value
Acceptable Value
ETEST PMT Reading
2000 ± 1000MV
OTEST PMT Reading
2000 ± 20 MV
2.
HAVE YOU PERFORMED A LEAK CHECK AND FLOW CHECK? ______________________________________
3.
WHAT ARE THE FAILURE SYMPTOMS? ___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________________
4.
WHAT TEST HAVE YOU DONE TRYING TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM? __________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________________
5.
6.
IF POSSIBLE, PLEASE INCLUDE A PORTION OF A STRIP CHART PERTAINING TO THE PROBLEM. CIRCLE
PERTINENT DATA.
THANK YOU FOR PROVIDING THIS INFORMATION. YOUR ASSISTANCE ENABLES TELEDYNE ML TO RESPOND
FASTER TO THE PROBLEM THAT YOU ARE ENCOUNTERING.
TELEDYNE ML CUSTOMER SERVICE
EMAIL: tml_support@teledyne.com
PHONE: (303) 792-3300 TOLL FREE: (800) 846-6062 FAX: (303) 799-4853
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APPENDIX D - ELECTRONIC SCHEMATICS
APPENDIX D - ELECTRONIC SCHEMATICS
Table D-1: List of Included Electronic Schematics
DOCUMENT #
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DOCUMENT TITLE
03956
PCA, 03955, Relay Driver
02173
PCA, 02172, Pressure Flow Sensor Board
05703
PCA, 05702, Motherboard, Gen4
04181
PCA, 04180, PMT Preamp
04259
PCA, 04258, Keyboard Display Interface
01312
PCA, 04120, UV Detector Preamp
04693
PCA, UV Lamp Driver, TML50H
04932
PCA, Thermo-Electric Cooler Board
04468
PCA, Analog Output Series Res
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1
2
J1
1
2
3
4
4 PIN
D
3
4
5
6
General Trace Width Requirements
1. Vcc (+5V) and I2C VCC should be 15 mil
2. Digitial grounds should be at least 20 mils
3. +12V and +12V return should be 30 mils
4. All AC lines (AC Line, AC Neutral, RELAY0 - 4, All signals on JP2) should be 30 mils wide, with 120 mil isolation/creepage distance around them
5. Traces between J7 - J12 should be top and bottom and at least 140 mils.
6. Traces to the test points can be as small as 10 mils.
AC_Line
AC_Neutral
RELAY0
VCC
RN1
330
R1
R2
2.2K 2.2K
RELAY0
2
1
4
3
RELAY2
K2
2
1
4
3
K3
2
JP2
Heater Config Jumper
RELAY2
COMMON0
LOAD0
TS0
RELAY0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
I2C_Vcc
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
I2C_Vcc
RELAY1
K1
1
JP1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
HEADER 4X2
D
RELAY1
3
+-
SLD-RLY
+-
4
TS0
TS1
TS2
SLD-RLY
COMMON1
LOAD1
TS1
RELAY1
COMMON2
LOAD2
TS2
RELAY2
YEL
RL1
GRN
VA2
11
9
1
11
2
CON10THROUGH
Te
T
J11
J12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Te
T
VALVE1
VALVE2
VALVE3
B
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
13
+
U2F
REV
B
AUTH
CAC
DATE
10/3/02
CE MARK LINE VOLTAGE TRACE SPACING FIX
12
A
CON10THROUGH
CON10THROUGH
CON10THROUGH
3
VCC
VCC
TP1 TP2 TP3 TP4 TP5 TP6 TP7
DGND +5V AGND +15V -15V +12RT +12V
SPARE
J10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
VALVE0
8 PIN
C6
2000/25
14
CON10THROUGH
10
7
CON10THROUGH
SYNC DEMOD
J9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
VLV_ENAB
1
MTHR BRD
J8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
UDN2540B(16)
8
U2E
+
1
KEYBRD
J7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
6
7
8
J4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2 1
10/16
+12V
2
2 1
+ C4
IN 4
OUT4
IN 3
K
ENABLE OUT 3
IN 2
OUT 2
IN 1
K
OUT 1
U2D
R6
10K
C5
10/16
16
15
14
10
9
6
WTCDG OVR
R4
1M
U5
GND
GND
GND
GND
JP4
1
2
3
C3
1
D17
RLS4148
MAX693
VCC
4
U2C
I2C_Vcc
IRF7205
1
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
3
13
12
5
4
R5
10K
K
VBATT
RESET
VOUT
RESET'
VCC
WDO'
GND
CD IN'
BATT_ONCD OUT'
LOW LINE' WDI
OSC IN
PFO'
OSC SEL
PFI
U2B
Q1
2
A
DC PWR IN
J5
DGND
1
VCC
2
AGND
3
+15V
4
AGND
5
-15V
6
+12RET
7
+12V
8
EGND
9
CHS_GND
10
CON10THROUGH
2
5
AK
C2
0.001
C
SN74HC04
VCC
A
JP3
1 2
HEADER 1X2
GRN
VA3
1
12
GRN
VA1
AC_Neutral
1
IO10
IO11
IO12
IO13
IO14
IO15
R3
20K
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
GRN
VA0
D10
U2A
U4
VCC
D9
IO3
IO4
PCF8575
B
YEL
RL2
D8
1
P00
P01
P02
P03
P04
SCL P05
SDA P06
P07
P10
P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
P16
P17
YEL
RL0
D7
1
A0
A1
A2
INT
Vss
22
23
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
D4
1
J3
1
2
3
4
5
CON5
21
2
3
1
D3
1
24
C
U1
Vdd
C1
0.1
RED
D2
K
D1
WDOG
I2C_Vcc
KA
A
SLD-RLY
+-
J216 PIN
1
2
RELAY0
3
4
5
6
7
RELAY1
8
9
10
11
12
RELAY2
13
14
15
16
Title
APPLIES TO PCB 03954
4
5
Size
B
Date:
File:
TML41/50 Relay PCB
Number
03956
Revision
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2
3
4
5
6
AC_Line
J20
1
2
3
4
5
6
RELAY3
RN2
330
RELAY4
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
1
I2C_Vcc
I2C_Vcc
K4
3
+-
RELAY4
2
1
4
3
VA4
D13
GRN
VA5
VA6
D14
GRN
D15
GRN
VA7
A
RL4
D12
GRN
TR0
2
AC_Neutral
4
+-
D16
GRN
KA
RL3
D11
GRN
MOLEX6
TR1
C
K
IO3
IO4
IO10
IO11
IO12
VCC
U3A
IO13
1
2
SN74HC04
IO14
3
8
U3E
4
11
U6
IN 4
OUT4
IN 3
K
ENABLE OUT 3
IN 2
OUT 2
IN 1
K
OUT 1
13
12
5
4
U3B
16
15
14
10
9
VLV_ENAB
U3D
9
+12V
11
C
D6
YEL
D
SLD-RLY
SLD-RLY
D5
YEL
K5
VCC
2
1
RELAY3
Aux Relay Connector
GND
GND
GND
GND
D
1
2
3
6
7
8
UDN2540B(16)
J6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Valve4
Valve5
Valve6
Valve7
CON10
10
B
B
U3C
14
VCC
U3F
13
C13
0.1
6
12
J13
1
2
MINIFIT-2
+12V
7
IO15
5
Q2
IRL3303
Use 50 mil traces
+12V
J14
1
2
MINIFIT-2
Q3
IRL3303
A
A
Title
Use 40 mil traces
+12RET
1
2
Te
T
3
Te
T
4
5
Size
B
Date:
File:
TML10/41/50 RELAY PCB
Number
03956
Revision
A
3
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3
4
R7
2.55K
6
VDD_TC
ZR1
J15
2
+ 1
7
-
3
TYPE J
J TC Connector
0.1
+15V
5.6V
LTC1050
U8
C16
0.1
U7A
3
6
2
2
4
K
R17
R19
J17
1
2
3
4
MICROFIT-4
1
10K
5K
C
C9
0.1
ZR2
5.6V
A
AK
VEE_TC
W
W
CCW
C8
0.1
C
R15
11K C17
CW
JP5
1 2
JUMPER
R13
332K
1K
CCW
CW
R9
TYPE k
K TC Connector
ZR3
10V
-15V
CW
5
4
1
R11
249K
R21
20k
1
OPA2277
J18
- 2
+ 1
D
A
0.1
KA
D
C15
K
C7
8
+15V
5
8
1
R8
2.55K
VDD_TC
3
U7B
5
6
2
J16
2
+ 1
ZR4
LTC1050
U9
20k
R22
7
6
10V
B
K
B
8
7
-15V
KA
A
C10
0.1
4
1
Vin
Gnd
C14
0.1
J
8
K
7
R-
5
R14
676K
1K
R16
11K
R20
10K
C20
1 uF
5K
C11
LT1025
0.1
4
A
JP6
1 2
JUMPER
R18
R10
U10
3
TOUT
CW
R12
249K
2
TYPE J
J TC Connector
5
OPA2277
-
C12
0.1
A
VEE_TC
Title
TYPE K
J19
- 2
+ 1
K TC Connector
1
2
Te
3
Te
4
5
Size
B
Date:
File:
TML10/41/50 RELAY PAB
Number
03956
Revision
A
3
3
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2
3
4
5
6
D
D
C
C
+15
R1
J1
1
2
3
4
5
6
SENSYM ASCX
PRESSURE XDUCER
2
3
P1
P2
J2
B
SENSYM ASCX
PRESSURE XDUCER
VR1
1
2
J3
+15
3
4
1
LM4040CIZ
TO:
M400A: MOTHERBOARD
PCA 01478, J11
1
2
3
4
5
6
B
Error : LOGO.BMP file not found.
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Unauthorized use by anyone
for any other purposes is
prohibited. This document or
any information contained
in it may not be duplicated
without proper authorization.
A
1
2
3
4
5
APPROVALS
DATE
PRESSURE/FLOW PCB
A
DRAWN
CHECKED
APPROVED
SIZE
B
DRAWING NO.
REVISION
02173
B
SHEET
LAST MOD.
11-Nov-2002
1
6
of
1
G1
G2
DIGIO2
DIGIO3
DIGIO4
TEMP
DACV
WRDAC
VFPROG
CHGAIN
VFREAD
U1
74HC688
ENAB2
TP2
20
VCC
3
18
5
16
7
14
9
12
2
17
4
15
6
13
8
11
B0
B7
B1
B6
B2
B5
B3
B4
A0
A7
A1
A6
A2
A5
A3
A4
10
11
D0 12
13
8
Q
D1
4
3
2
1
Pins 1&2 shorted on PCA
JP7
AEN
1
IOEN
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
5
Q
6
Q
1
74HC74
X3
1.2 uF, 6.3V ceramic
2
4
1
4
5
6
19
INT
A0
6
5
A13
I2C_DRV_RST
U50C
U5A
9
5
4
3
2
1
17
16
18
8
10
2
1
shorted - sldr side
JP4
IRQ10
JP5
74HC08
U6C
74HC08
A14
12
A15
13
8
11
VCC
10
74HC32
U3
LTC699CS8
74HC08
JP2
2
4
2
JP3
2
CS
RD
WR
SCL
20
INLINE-6
J106
KBINT
SDA
3
2
SDA
7
8
9
11
12
13
14
15
DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7
74AHC1GU04
6
IDC-HEADER
IOR
IOW
IOR
IOW
SCL
DGND
MICROFIT-8
10
VSS
2
JP6
1
IDC-HEADER
B
WDI
RESET
C3
7
0.15 uF, ceramic
I2C_RESET
SHDN
SHDN
U5B
10
11
12
13
U51A
1
+12V
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
VCC
INT
shorted - sldr side
1
VCC
1
2
3
4
5
6
R5
VCC
VCC
1
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
47k, 5%
1
2
U39
6
9
U50D
VCC
Q
5
CLK
IACK
INT
A0
RESET
GND
GND
GND
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
Q
DGND
SDA
VCC
SCL
I2C_RESET
3
4
8
GND
GND
J101B
OSC
PC104
+5V
BALE
TC
DACK2
IRQ3
IRQ4
IRQ5
IRQ6
IRQ7
SYSCLK
REFRESH
DRQ1
DACK1
DRQ3
DACK3
IOR
IOW
SMEMR
SMEMW
(KEY)
+12V
ENDXFR
-12V
DRQ2
-5V
IRQ9
+5V
RESETDRV
GND
IOR
IOW
74HC74
PRE
CLK
D
CLR
C
J107
2.2K, 5%
SYSCLK
74HC32
U50A
6
C39
U10
PCF8584
U51B
NOT INSTALLED
4
LED, RED, smt 1206
R4
2.2K, 5%
R3
R38
2.2K, 5%
U50B
U6D
3
IOEN
12
2
11
13
PRE
CLK
D
CLR
Q
Q
9
8
SHDAC
SHDAC
74HC74
74HC08
74HC32
R61
47k, 5%
A
KBINT
Title
Notes:
IDC-HEADER
Schematic for E Series Motherboard PCA 05702
1) This schematic is for PCA #05560
2) This schematic is for PCB 05559
Size
Orcad B
Date:
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1
D
2.2K, 5%
VCC
IOW 1
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
R24
2
TP56
74HC08
VCC
DS5
VCC
TC1
13
3
R25
DI6
DI4
DI2
DI0
DO6
DO4
DO2
DO0
DI7
DI5
DI3
DI1
DO7
DO5
DO3
DO1
MICROFIT-16
74HC08
A12
U8
1
JITO-2-DC5F-10OHM
4
10
DO0
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
DI0
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DI7
RN16
47Kx8
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
Y8
11
PRE
CLK
D
CLR
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8
12
1
2
3
HEADER3-DEFAULTED-1
JP1
2
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
J108
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
74HC574
G1
G2
U4A
ADDR=0x360 (DEFAULT)
ADDR = 0x320 (JP1 INSTALLED)
EN
9
Q
I2C_RESET
19
P=Q
1
19
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
U51D
74HC74
PRE
CLK
D
CLR
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
U7
74HC541
IOR
U4B
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
74HC32
0X32F
OC
CLK
2
IDC-HEADER
IRQ12
2
18
19
IOW
VCC
R59
47k, 5%
D[0..7]
B
1
C38
0.15 uF, ceramic
GND
PC104CD
A
VCC
DIGIO1
0X32C
1
11
3
6
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
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
TP44
1
DIGIO0
3
J102
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
13
14
15
16
17
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
Y8
Y9
Y10
Y11
Y12
Y13
Y14
Y15
VCC
6
C
GND
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
AEN
IOCHRDY
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
IOCHECK
5
U6A
0X32D
0X32E
C
32
31
A0
30
A1
29
A2
28
A3
27
A4
26
A5
25
A6
24
A7
23
A8
22
A9
21
A10
20
A11
19 A12
18 A13
17 A14
16 A15
15
14
13
12
11 AEN
10
9
D0
8
D1
7
D2
6
D3
5
D4
4
D5
3
D6
2
D7
1
A
B
C
D
1
D
23
22
21
20
4
10
5
J101A
PC104
3
1
2
3
4
6
7
8
9
U2
74HC154
1
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
Number
Revision
A
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10-Jun-2006
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3
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5
6
J1010
DB9 FEMALE
RS-GND1
DS2
DS1
1
LED, GRN, smt 1206
LED, RED, smt 1206
8
7
6
5
1
10k, 1%
4.9K, 5%
J1013
DCE side of switch is side towards pin 1,
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
7
NC
RXD
TXD
NC
GND
NC
RTS
CTS
NC
8
9
DB9M
1
2
3
4
DTE
10
TV ARRAY
8
7
6
5
11
R2
2.2K, 5% VCC
R1
2.2K, 5%
R13
R14
NOT INSTALLED
DS4
1
NOT INSTALLED
R10
NOT INSTALLED
2
TP15
TP16
TP17
+12V
+12VRET +15V
-15V
1
1
1
1
VCC
1
1
MT8
MT9
MOUNTING HOLE
MOUNTING HOLE
MOUNTING HOLE
MOUNTING HOLE
MT1
MT2
MT3
MT4
MT5
MOUNTING HOLE
MOUNTING HOLE
MOUNTING HOLE
MOUNTING HOLE
MOUNTING HOLE
TP18
B
1
MT7
1
TP14
MT6
1
TP13
1
RX for Com2
1
TX for Com2
1
LED, RED, smt 1206
1
LED, GRN, smt 1206
C
SW1001
SW PUSHBUTTON-4PDT
DS3
1
12
TV2
SMDA15LCC
1
2
8
7
6
5
VCC
1
INLINE-12
R111
R12
RX0
RTS0
TX0
CTS0
RS-GND0
RX1
RTS1
TX1
CTS1
RS-GND1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
D
Com1 - RS232-A
J12
TV1
TV ARRAY
SMDA15LCC
-15V
1
R11
4.9K, 5%
C
RX for Com1
2
TX for Com1
2
1
2
3
4
1
2
2
8
7
6
5
D
1
2
3
4
RTS1
CTS1
Com2 - RS232-B/RS485
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
RX1
TX1
B
J15
AUX DC
+12V
+12RET
DGND
+15V
-15V
AGND
+5V
AGND
EGND
CHASGND
POWER IN
8
7
1
4
6
3
2
5
9
10
VCC
U51C
9
8
10
D1
10 uF, 35V, TANTALUM
+ C2
C1 +
74HC08
MOLEX-10
10 uF, 35V, TANTALUM
MBRS340CT
D9
D1, D9 & R35 must be within
1" of J15
MBRS340CT
R35
A
A
NOT INSTALLED
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4
C6
-15V
J19
2
4
6
8
DAC RANGE & OFFSET PROGRAM
40K
R15
VREF
3
+
2
-
-15V
U30
74HC574
5
1
11
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
U20C
9
8
CLK
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
10
WRDAC
+
6
-
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
CSDACA
CSRANGE1
CSDACB
CSRANGE2
4
3
2
1
TV3
CSDACA
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
C20
10000 pF
1
3
5
7
DAC3V
DAC0
DAC1
DAC2
DAC3
C13
C19
10000 pF 10000 pF
L5
L6
L7
L15
0
0G
1
1G
2
2G
3
3G
D
TERMBLOCK-8
FE BEAD
J22
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SMDA15LCC
SMDA15LCC
IDC-8
OP-AMP, PRECISION DUAL
CSDACB
C4
C5
10000 pF 10000 pF
J23
2
4
6
8
C15
10000 pF
J1020
TV4
TV ARRAY
TV ARRAY
IDC-8
7
OC
CLK
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
5
0.15 uF, ceramic
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
4
74HC32
8
U29B
2
4
6
8
C7
10000 pF
10000 pF
C21
FE BEAD
L2
L3
L4
5
6
7
8
0.15 uF, ceramic
U20B
IOW
L1
5
6
7
8
C53
4
IOW
2
4
6
8
C8
TC2
6
1
3
5
7
J21
4
R63
10k, 1%
DACV
1
3
5
7
IDC-8
D
DACV
OP-AMP, PRECISION DUAL
1
2
4
6
8
4
3
2
1
1
+15V
0.15 uF, ceramic
8
U29A
6
ANALOG VOLTAGE & CURRENT OUTPUTS
4
3
2
1
TP21
5
ISOLATED 0-20MA OPTIONAL BOARDS
4
3
2
1
+15V
5
6
7
8
2
5
6
7
8
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
0.15 uF, ceramic
MICROFIT-10
74HC32
D[0..7]
C9
+15V
4
U35A
OP-AMP, PRECISION QUAD
TP27
1
U32
SHDAC
18.7K
R19
4
2
1
5
10k, 1%
11
12
14
13
D0
CLK
6
3
OP-AMP, PRECISION QUAD
15
10
SHDAC
-15V
16
VCC
C14
0.15 uF, ceramic
9
10
9
TP32
18.7K
4
13
-
C11
0.15 uF, ceramic
+
W2
B2
AGND2
4
2
1
6
-
-15V
16
VCC
0.15 uF, ceramic
10
+
9
-
9
8
R20
-
DAC1V
A3
DAC1V
W3
B3
AGND3
18
20
17
DAC3V
-15V
TP33
+15V
U36D
-15V
R23
10k, 1%
A4
W4
B4
AGND4
8
6
5
12
+
13
-
R21
10k, 1%
14
POT, DIGITAL
-15V
OP-AMP, PRECISION QUAD
A
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1
B
+15V
U36C
D8
D7 and D8
Must be located
within 1" of U32 & U34
OP-AMP, PRECISION QUAD
OP-AMP, PRECISION QUAD
18.7K
19
14
MBRS340CT
R18
10k, 1%
DAC3
OP-AMP, PRECISION QUAD
+
D7
+
-15V
7
DGND
7
12
+15V
U36B
5
VCC
R22
+15V
DAC2V
TP29
0.15 uF, ceramic
8
U35D
18.7K
RS
SHDN
C17
U35C
8
6
5
22
24
21
C16
1
W4
B4
AGND4
A2
+15V
18
20
17
W1
B1
AGND1
CS
SDI
CLK
SDO
VCC
DAC1
W3
B3
AGND3
A1
7
POT, DIGITAL
A
23
0.15 uF, ceramic
-15V
+
0.15 uF, ceramic
A4
5
6
7
8
C12
C18
7
VOA
GND
VCC
VOB
11
W2
B2
AGND2
DGND
A3
DOUT
CS
DIN
CLK
SOCKET U33
+15V
U35B
VCC
19
4
3
2
1
DAC, 12 BIT
RS
SHDN
VCC
CSDACB
D0
CLK
TP28
CS
SDI
CLK
SDO
A2
11
R17
11
B
22
24
21
11
3
15
10
U33
W1
B1
AGND1
1
D0
CLK
11
12
14
13
A1
DAC 2
4
DAC, 12 BIT
23
DUAL DAC A2
U34
11
5
6
7
8
4
VOA
GND
VCC
VOB
11
SOCKET U31
R16
DAC0V
11
DAC0V
-
4
-
1
CSDACA
D0
CLK
DOUT
CS
DIN
CLK
2
4
2
DUAL DAC A1
U31
OP-AMP, PRECISION QUAD
3
+
1
1
4
3
2
1
C
U36A
+
4
1
3
1
TP26
0.15 uF, ceramic
C10
4
+15V
C
-15V
OP-AMP, PRECISION QUAD
MBRS340CT
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5
6
5
10
1
+15V
C
RN14
100Kx8
+15V
5
10
J109
C40
D
+
7
10 uF, 35V, TANTALUM
9
8
7
6
4
3
2
1
U52
U53
-15V
C44
13
2
3
18
14
15
16
17
VREF
NC
NC
ENB
A3
A2
A1
A0
C46
0.15 uF, ceramic
VCC
.022 uF, 50V
U55
DG444DY
3
14
11
6
1
16
9
8
+15V
U54
S1
S2
S3
S4
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
VCC
2
15
10
7
12
4
5
13
D1
D2
D3
D4
VCC
-VS
GND
+VS
1
CHGAIN
IOW
1
3
2
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
10 uF, 35V, TANTALUM
10
5
C50
D4
VCC
C
D3
D7
C51
0.15 uF, ceramic
D0
SEL60
IOW
5
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
74HC32
A
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
TP54
D5
R9
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
DB4
RDMBYTE
DB3
GND
U57
DB7
TIE
TIE
DB0
Xilinx CPLD
TDI
TMS
TCK
TC8
TIE
TIE
TIE
TIE
FREQ
TIE
TIE
VCCIO
GND
TDO
SEL60
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
B
VCC
C52
0.15 uF, ceramic
SEL60
TP55
D1
IOR
SA
SB
SC
START
VFREAD
MSB
MID
LSB
A
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TP57
Orcad B
2
X1
MB100H-4.8MHZ
100
Size
1
4
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
TP53
1
OE
CLK
TP52
1
1
11
1
4
TP51
1
U60
74HC574
1
TP50
U59B
VCC
1
PLACE 100 OHM
RESISTOR AS
CLOS AS
POSSIBLE TO
X1 AND X2
6
5
4
3
2
1
44
43
42
41
40
1
2
3
4
6
7
8
9
D6
D2
VCC
D[0..7]
6
C
8
0.15 uF, ceramic
74HC32
VFPROG
C54
1
+
U59A
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8
X2
JITO-2-DCA5AE-4.8MHZ
TP48
R47 and R48 reduce the gain for
analog inputs by 1%, so that we
can read slightly above full
scale, to prevent overflow of
ADC reading
R49
100
OE
CLK
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
AD652KP
C49
-15V
U58
74HC574
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
VCC
4
1.2 uF, 6.3V ceramic
TC6
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
10 uF, 35V, TANTALUM
R46
1.1K, 5%
1
+15V
RN17
100Kx8
B
+
0.15 uF, ceramic
-15V
1
11
18
17
16
15
14
C48
1
2
3
4
VREF
SHDN
C45
COMP+
COMPAGND
GND
FOUT
R48 200
VOLTAGE REF
TP49
OP OUT
OPOP+
5VI
10VI
100 R47
VREF
DACMUX
4
5
6
7
8
6
AN MUX
VCC
1
TP1
1M, 1%, 1206 CHIP
R45
NC
+VS
NC
REF
NC
C43
0.15 uF, ceramic
12
GND
TC7
3
2
1
20
19
27
-VSS
C47
U56
1.2 uF, 6.3V ceramic
8
NC
NC
7
NC
VIN
6
VOUT
NR
5
TRIM GND
1
-
TP3
AGND
TEMPMUX
1
+VSS
R45 induces an offset
in analog signal to
give a 'live 0' for
sensors with 0 or
slightly negative
output
3
1
0.15 uF, ceramic 2
OP-AMP, PRECISION
6
1
CH14
CH13
CH12
CH11
CH9
CH8
+
8VI
OPT10V
-VS
COS
CLK
J110
3
C42
9
10
11
12
13
CH7
CH8
28
OUT
RDLSB
DB2
DB6
TIE
TIE
TIE
DB5
VFCLK
ICLK
VCCINT
TIE
CH6
IN 1
IN 2
IN 3
IN 4
IN 5
IN 6
IN 7
IN 8
IN 9
IN 10
IN 11
IN 12
IN 13
IN 14
IN 15
IN 16
RDMSB
TIE
DB1
VCCINT
IOR
GND
SA
SB
SC
READ
START
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
4
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH11
CH12
CH13
CH14
MICROFIT-12
C41
0.15 uF, ceramic
0.15 uF, ceramic
CH9
C
100
ANALOG INPUTS
RN15
100Kx8
MICROFIT-12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
R43
C55
9
8
7
6
4
3
2
1
D
CH7
CH6
CH4
CH3
CH2
CH1
C
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
-15V +15V
4
5
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2
3
4
5
6
+15V
+5VANA
U23
1
3
5
4
+ C60
10 uF, 35V, TANTALUM
LP2981IM5
D
2
D
IN
OUT
ON/OFF NC
GND
BYPASS CAPS MUST
BE WITHIN 1/2" OF
THE REGULATOR
INPUT/OUTPUT
PINS
C29
1 uF
D[0..7]
+5VANA
VCC
+15V
XT1
U48
MAX382CWN
9
14
15
4
3
2
17
16
18
1
TEMPMUX
D0
D1
D2
C
SHDN
J27
THERMISTER
OUT
+VSS
GND
VENB
A0
A1
A2
RS
WR
5
6
7
8
13
12
11
10
IN 1
IN 2
IN 3
IN 4
IN 5
IN 6
IN 7
IN 8
THERMISTER1
THERMISTER2
THERMISTER3
THERMISTER4
THERMISTER5
THERMISTER6
THERMISTER7
THERMISTER8
IOW
2
3
4
6
7
8
9
10
U59D
TEMP
THERMISTER6
THERMISTER5
12
11
1
C
74HC32
C
MICROFIT-14
RN20
10Kx9, 2%
13
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
B
B
+15V -15V
RN18
U49
DACMUX
10K
R34
C36 0.15 uF, ceramic
VCC
C37
2
15
10
7
12
4
5
13
D1
D2
D3
D4
VCC
-VS
GND
+VS
S1
S2
S3
S4
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
3
14
11
6
1
16
9
8
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
1Kx4
8
7
6
5
DAC0V
DAC0V
DAC1V
DAC2V
DAC3V
DAC1V
DAC2V
DAC3V
DAC0
DAC1
DAC2
DAC3
0.15 uF, ceramic
DG444DY
10Kx4
RN21
A
A
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3
4
5
6
CONTROL INPUTS
5
10
5
10
VCC
C
RN3
510x8
TP7
C
RN2
15Kx8
D
U11
1
D
9
D0
C22
C56
EXT_+5V_OUT
10000 pF
C
D[0..7]
R27 R28 R29
100 100 100
C97
R26
100
D7
8
74HC541
R31 R32 R33
100 100 100
R30
100
L23
L24
L26
C62
C59
L25 FE BEAD
16
2
3
15
14
4
5
13
12
6
7
11
10
8
9
330 pF, 50V
C102
330 pF, 50V
C100
C96
1
C98
330 pF, 50V
U13
PS2702-4
C
C103
11
10
D6
6
7
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D5
13
12
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
Y8
C101
4
5
10000 pF
C34
TERMBLOCK-10
L9
15
14
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
D4
C57
C23
L8
2
3
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
D3
L22 FE BEAD
C35
EXTERNAL
CONTROL
IN
A
16
DIGIO0
IOR
C99
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
D2
L19
L20
L21
D1
J1004
1
19
G1
G2
9
8
7
6
4
3
2
1
9
8
7
6
4
3
2
1
U12
PS2702-4
330 pF, 50V
Place these termination resistors at the end of each data line.
Each data line
should be laid out as a daisy-chain, the signal passing from
one IC to the next.
VCC
C61
C58
10000 pF
10000 pF
B
5
10
B
8
7
6
5
C
RN4
15Kx8
U14
RN1
1
2
3
4
1
16
2
3
15
14
4
5
13
12
6
7
11
10
8
9
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
IOR
DIGIO4
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
74HC541
L11
10000 pF
A
EXT_+5V_OUT
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C65
C63
C64
C66
FE BEAD
Size
10000 pF
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Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
Y8
1
19
D[0..7]
L10
C25
TERMBLOCK-10
L28
L29
L30
L27
C24
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
U15
PS2702-4
J1006
EXTERNAL
CONTROL
IN
B
G1
G2
9
8
7
6
4
3
2
1
510x4
2
3
4
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4
5
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5
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VCC
DIGITAL
OUTPUTS
C
RN10
510x8
D
D
U22
9
8
7
6
4
3
2
1
1
PS2702-4
16
2
3
15
14
4
5
13
12
6
7
11
10
8
9
C80
C82
10000 pF
TP19
SHDN
SHDN
1
U6B
4
DIGIO2
IOW
U24
74HC574
1
11
6
5
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
74HC32
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
C81
10000 pF
OE
CLK
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
C79
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
U25
D[0..7]
C
1
PS2702-4
16
2
3
15
14
4
5
13
12
6
7
11
10
8
L43
L44
L45
L46 FE BEAD
J1017
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
L48
L49
L50
L47 FE BEAD
C84
C86
9
FE BEAD
C83
C
TERMBLOCK-12
10000 pF
L12
A STATUS OUTPUTS
C85
C26
10000 pF
C27
RESETTABLE FUSE, 0.3A, 60V
VCC
5
10
D6
F1
L13
VCC
C
FE BEAD
RN12
510x8
DIODE, SCHOTTKY
9
8
7
6
4
3
2
1
U26
B
SHDN
U27
74HC574
U20D
12
DIGIO3
IOW
1
11
11
IOW
13
74HC32
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
OE
CLK
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
1
PS2702-4
16
2
3
15
14
4
5
13
12
6
7
11
10
8
9
1
U28
PS2702-4
16
2
3
15
14
4
5
13
12
6
7
11
10
8
9
EXT_+5V_OUT
B
C90
L52
L53
L54
B STATUS OUTPUTS
C89
C87
10000 pF
J1018
L51 FE BEAD
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
L56
L57
L58
L55 FE BEAD
C28
A
10000 pF
C88
L14
TERMBLOCK-10
C92
C91
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RET
GND
C94
10000 pF
C93
A
10000 pF
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VCC
DIGITAL
C
IOW
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
74HC32
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
OE
CLK
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
4
5
13
12
6
7
11
10
8
9
U18
D[0..7]
C
1
PS2702-4
16
2
3
15
14
4
5
13
12
6
7
11
10
8
9
C70
15
14
D
10000 pF
C69
8
10
2
3
C67
1
11
10000 pF
L32
L33
L34
L31 FE BEAD
J1008
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
L36
L37
L38
L35 FE BEAD
CO_EXT_RET
CONTROL OUTPUTS
C
TERMBLOCK-14
C72
L59 FE BEAD
5
10
VCC
C74
9
8
7
6
4
3
2
1
U17
74HC574
U59C
9
DIGIO0
PS2702-4
16
EXTERNAL CONNECTOR
SOLDER SIDE
RN5
510x8
C71
C
C95
10000 pF
C73
D
1
C68
RN7
510x8
U16
SHDN
SHDN
OUTPUTS
10000 pF
10000 pF
U21
74HC574
2
3
15
14
IOW
1
2
74HC32
B
1
11
3
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
OE
CLK
4
5
13
12
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
6
7
11
10
8
9
+12V
L40
L41
L42
L39 FE BEAD
10000 pF
D2
RELAY SPDT
4
1
3
K1
2
5
DIODE, SCHOTTKY
C75
U20A
DIGIO4
C78
SHDN
B
C77
PS2702-4
16
C76
U19
9
8
7
6
4
3
2
1
1
10000 pF
J1009
Q1
R58
+12V
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
D3
RELAY SPDT
2.2K, 5%
K2
SO2222
DIODE, SCHOTTKY
2
5
4
1
3
RELAY SPDT
Q2
R6
K3
+12V
2
5
D4
4
1
3
2.2K, 5%
SO2222
DIODE, SCHOTTKY
Q3
+12V
EXTERNAL
REAR PANEL
ALARM OUTPUTS
TERMBLOCK-12
D5
RELAY SPDT
K4
R7
2.2K, 5%
SO2222
DIODE, SCHOTTKY
2
5
4
1
3
Q4
A
A
R8
Title
Schematic for E Series Motherboard PCA 05702
2.2K, 5%
SO2222
+12VRET
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ON JP2:
PMT TEMPERATURE FEEDBACK
+15V
FOR 100E/200E : SHORT PINS 2 &5 ONLY.
FOR 200EU: SHORT PINS 3 & 6 and PINS 2 & 5.
+12V_REF
+15V
R28
TH1
FSV
+15V
D1
6.2V ZENER
6.2V
1
2
OPTIC TEST
8
50K
JP2
R8
150K
D
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
TJP1A
TJP2A
U2A
2
R27
R18
SEE TABLE
1
499
PMT TEMP CONFIG JUMPER
D
3
LF353
4
+
C23
100 pF
S
R6
R15
SEE TABLE
C1
+12V_REF
TO TEC BOARD
100K
C26
0.1 uF
+12V_REF
*
J2
TP3
1
VREF
2
COOLER CONTROL
3
AGND
3 PIN INLINE
8
Q3
J176
D
R35
1.0K
N/I
G
U3B
R2
51.1K
R41
300K
R16
100K
6
7
5
* TP24
TJP1A
LF353
4
THERMISTOR+
+15V
PREAMP1
LED+
TP23
*
LED+
THERMISTOR+
U13
HVPS
+15V
b
R23
1
4
2
+5V_SYS
C6
COMP. 100E 200E 0200EU
------------------------------------------------R18
10K
10K
14K
R15
55K
55K
47K
R10
8.09K 8.09K 10K
R1
10K
U3A
2
R9
1
PMT_TEMP
3
OPTIC_TEST
2.0K
LF353
R10
4.99K
3
Q2
PN2222
R37
3.3K
4
INLINE-9-RA
74AHC1GU04
C
D2
11DQ05
0.1 uF
8
-15V
R7
10K
RT1
2
C
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Ec
J3
R32
499
SEE TABLE
TJP2A
*
TP18
*
TP17
*
TP25
*
TP19
*
TP22
TP21
*
*
TP20
Signal Connector
J6
ETEST
OPTIC_TEST
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
HIGAIN
PMT_TEMP
B
HVPS
VPMT
ELEC TEST
OPTIC TEST
PREAMP RNG BIT2
PREAMP RNG BIT1
PMT TEMP
HVPS VOLTAGE
PMT SIGNAL
B
MICROFIT-8
J5
*
TP11
L2
+15V
4.7 uH
C21
+
C49
0.68 uF
100uF
*
*
TP16
TP15
*
TP14
*
TP13
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Power Connector
MINIFIT-10
L1
-15V
4.7 uH
+5V_SYS
C16
A
Printed documents are uncontrolled
+
C46
0.68 uF
4.7uF, 16v
Title
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1
2
3
4
6
5
D
D
VPMT
5
TP9
*
6
11
NC3
14
NC2
+15V
3
NC1
C31
0.68 uF
8
7
9
10
16
15
1
2
IN 4
COM4
IN 3
COM3
IN2
COM2
IN1
COM1
4
ETEST
2
74AHC1GU04
ETEST
PREAMP2
HIGAIN
U17
4
HIGAIN
13
12
4
-15V
ETEST
ETEST
DG444DY
+15V
U5
2
HIGAIN
-15V
74AHC1GU04
4
PREAMP1
NC4
V+
V(L)
V-
ETEST_SIGNAL
GND
U4
U9A
3
+5V_SYS
C29
0.68 uF
1
2
-15V
LF353
C
8
8
C
U16B
R11
100M
6
C4
0.001 uF
5
100 pF
R48
1K
R46 100
TP1
*
4
C2
+15V
7
LF353, OPAMP
R5
R29
50k, POT
1000M
N/I, SHORTED
R12
TP8
*
+15V C28 10uF/25V
+15V
R50
N/I
R44
+
PREAMP2
SEE TABLE
C48
R3
1
PMT Signal Connector
2
2
4.99K
C5 0.68 uF
U1
6
TP7
*
SEE TABLE
For 1.0 uF use C11.
For 11 uF use C11A & C11B.
PREAMP1
3
COAX
R17
SEE TABLE
4
OPA124
+ C11A
22uF/25V
8
VREF
C2710uF/25V
R4
TP6
*
C30 0.68 uF
-15V
ETEST_SIGNAL
3
R19
10K, POT
A
1
R13
N/I, POT
2
100
VERSION TABLE:
0100 - M10XE
0200 - M20XE
3
SPAN ADJUST
R43
4.99K
R38
N/I
2
COMP. 0100
0200
---------------------------------------------R17
20.0K
10.0 ohms
R44
39.2K
25.5K
R51
10K
not installed
C3
0.1 uF
0.012
C11
11.0
1.0
ELECT. TEST
1
2
1.0uF
C11
1
-2.5V
C36
0.1 uF
5
LF353, OPAMP
250K
C3
SEE TABLE
U11
1
2
3
4
7
R36
+ C11B
22uF/25V
FB
BUFOUT
AGND
OUT
VV+
DIV RATIO C OSC
8
7
6
5
LTC1062CN8
B
U2B
6
+
PMTGND
0.1 uF
8
J1
B
PMTGND
TP2
*
4
7
GUARD RING
-15V
C47
0.68 uF
+12V_REF
C9
3900 pF, FILM
R51
SEE TABLE
PMTGND
NOTES:
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
1.
CAPACITANCE IS IN MICROFARADS.
2.
RESISTORS ARE 1%, 1/4W.
3.
RESISTANCE IS IN OHMS.
4.
THIS CIRCUIT MUST BE USED
AS A MATCHED PAIR WITH THE
TEC CONTROL CIRCUIT
A
Printed documents are uncontrolled
PMTGND
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C45
4
6
5
HIGH VOLTAGE SUPPLY
100pF
TP4
*
VREF
D
R42
4.99K
U16A
2
8
3
3
LF353, OPAMP
2
C33
0.68 uF
Vrf(+)
16V
4
COMP
5
C24
0.1 uF
TC
7
Vee
-15V
C
GND
0.68 uF
Vrf(-)
4
R49
1.0K
Vcc
1
C20
K A
D7
2
C22
10uF/25V
2
1
C51
0.1uF/ 50V
CA0000192
U6
Iout
1
3.92K
+
R20
4.99K
4
IN
1
8
0.1 uF
R47
C32
1.0uF/16V
CA0000199
+5V_LOCAL
C25
OUT
GND
GND
6
C7
0.68 uF
+15V
HVPS
D
+15V
U22 LT1790AIS6-5
4.99K
9
8
7
6
4
3
2
1
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
RN1
C
R33
5
10
100Kx8
+5V_LOCAL
C
DAC0802
8
6
-15V
U9B
6
7
5
1
4
3
6
1
4
3
6
4
LF535
1
2
4
8
1
2
4
8
S2
S1
B
B
OUT
1
1
3
LM78L12ACZ(3)
C34
10uF/25V
+
2
+
C15
10uF/25V
IN
OUT
ON/OFF NC
GND
IN
5
2
2
+5V_LOCAL
*TP10
U14
5
4
LP2981IM5
+
2
3
+15V
GND
U8
5
+12V_REF
TP5
*
C14
10uF/25V
2
C42
0.68 uF
D6
11DQ05
C50
10uF/25V
TP12
*
1
3
-2.5V
A
Printed documents are uncontrolled
VR1
LM336Z-2.5
Title
R24
2k
M100E/200E PMT PREAMP PCA Schematic
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A
1
M1
2
3
4
5
6
VCC
M2
20
VCC
10uF
DS3
S4
KBD_A0
KBD_A1
KBD_A2
21
2
3
1
SCL
SDA
22
23
A0
A1
A2
INT
P00
P01
P02
P03
P04
SCL
P05
SDA
P06
P07
P10
PCF8575 P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
P16
P17
M8
S3
VCC
VCC
S2
R2
1.0K
U3A
1
4
3
2
1
C
MF4
RN1
4.7K
S1
C7
PRE
CLK
D
CLR
5
6
Q
Q
+
DS5
MAINT_SW
LANG_SELCT
DS6
GRN LED
YEL LED
RED LED
LED 4
LED 5
LED 6
HORN
SPR_I/O_0
RI-1000 ONLY
Layout Instructions:
A1
SONALERT
Vss
MF3
DS4
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
12
M10
220
2
3
4
5
6
MM74HC74A
300pF
S9
VCC
RI-1000 ONLY
U4
VCC
OPT. MAINT SWITCH
S12
1
RN5
4.7K
SPR_I/O_1
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
+5_DISP
SDA
TP3
BUSY
SCL
TP8
DISP_PWR
Vss
DISP_PWR_EN must
be high for display to
be powered.
DISP_RET
TP9
4.7K
DISP_BUSY
R4
A
VCC
6
7
8
9
10
J1
+5_DISP
SCL
SDA
1
2
3
14
15
AO
A1
A2
SCL
SDA
DISP_RET
VCC
JP3
6
7
8
9
10
DISP_RET
(U1)
DISP_RET
SCL
KYBRD_INT
(U2)
(U45
(U4)
PCF8574
C11
C12
C10
220pF
220pF
220pF
+ C14
C4
100uF
.1uF
C9
C8
220pF
220pF
+ C13
C2
C3
C5
C15
C16
.1uF
.1uF
.1uF
.1uF
P0
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
INT
4
5
6
7
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
RN2
4.7K
16
DISP_CN_A0
DISP_CN_A1
DISP_CN_A2
SCL
1
2
3
4
SDA 5
B
Q1
C17
VCC
4.7K
SCL
KYBRD_INT
DISP_PWR
DISP_RET
1500uF
VCC
1
2
3
4
SDA 5
DISP_WR
DISP_BUSY
VCC
+5_DISP
+5_DISP
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
13
DISPLAY CONTROL
U5
NOTES:
1. This schematic is based on
the PWB PN, 03974 and
applies to PCA PN, 03975
R3
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
+5_DISP
DISPL CONTROL (DISP_CN_A0 -A1)
011
KYBRD_INT
INT
4
5
6
7
9
10
11
12
4
KEYBOARD (KBD_A0 - A2)
111
TP5
SDA
+5_DISP
DISP_RET
TP7
3
KYBRD INT
TP4
VCC
TP6
PCF8574
DEFAULT ADDRESS SELECTS FOR I2C TO PARALLEL
DECODERS:
S13
SCL
SDA
JP2 I2C TERMINATION
SCL
1
2
SDA
DISP_DA_A0
DISP_DA_A1
DISP_DA_A2
JP1
ADRS SLCTS
OPT. LANG. SWITCH
14
15
DISPLAY DATA
SPR_I/O_2
TP2
DISP_PWR
SCL
SDA
D
G
SI3443DV
JP5
DISP_PWR_OVR
DISP_WR
DISP_BUSY
DISP_PWR_EN
MAINT_LED
1
2
MCP120T
1
U6
13
Vdd
RST
3
MMBT3904
R20
Q2
1K
4.85V DTCT
SPR_I/O_1
SPR_I/O_2
A
10uF
.1uF
JP4
Schematic for PCA #04258 and PCB #04257, Keyboard/Display Interface for E series
DISP_RET
Size
Number
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+5_DISP
6
5
4
Title
J2
2
C
J3 TO/FRM DISPLAY
P0
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
8
KBD_A0
KBD_A1
KBD_A2
DISP_CN_A0
DISP_CN_A1
DISP_CN_A2
SPR_I/O_0
VCC
TP1
KYBRD_INT
MM74HC74A
3M-2514-6002UB
GND
9
8
Q
Q
AO
A1
A2
1
MAINT_LED_V+
MAINT_LED
LANG_SELCT
PRE
CLK
D
CLR
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
MAINT_SW
10
11
12
13
1
2
3
Vss
B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
T8201
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
MAINT SW
MAINT SW RET
MAINT LED V+
MAINT LED
LANG SW
LANG SW RET
SPR I/O_0
SPR I/O RET
SPR I/O_1
SPR I/O RET
SPR I/O_2
SPR I/O RET
U3B
VCC
J4
DISP_DA_A0
DISP_DA_A1
DISP_DA_A2
1. Minimum trace width 8 mil would like to have
10 mil traces if possible.
2. Please run traces on both and backside but
where possible fill one side with GND.
3. Minimum width for +5_DISP, DISP_PWR,
DISP_RET is 40 mil, except to test points.
4. Minimum width for VCC, GND, Vdd, Vss is
30 mil, except to test points
2
3
4
5
6
M9
D
U2
S5
74C923
MAINT_LED_V+
RED
KEYBOARD, LED & HORN
12
11
9
8
10
9
8
7
6
Vss
M7
VCC
X1
X2
X3
X4
OE
YEL
13
AVL
Vss
14
1
2
3
4
5
2
+ C6
.1uF
RN3
GRN
16
C1
S6
DS2
Vdd
M5
DS1
8
M6
19
18
17
16
15
D_A
D_B
D_C
D_D
D_E
Vdd
S7
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
OSC
KBM
24
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Vdd
S8
10
D
M4
Vcc
M3
U1
3
4
5
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1
2
4
TP2
TEST_PLUG
+12V
04693_p2
04693_p2.sch
+12V
VREF
JP1
TP3
TEST_PLUG
U3
VREF
1
Vdd
2
A0
3
A1
4
Vout
JUMPER2
GND
SDA
SCL
PD
8
7
6
5
TP5
Drive Voltage
VDRIVE
VDRIVE
LAMP_FDBACK
HEADER 4
C2
0.1 uF
R4
+
100
C3
ACOMP
TP1
AD5321-RM8
TEST_PLUG
R2
R3
N/I
N/I
N/I
C24
N/I
LAMP_FDBACK
R8
C
VREF
RP2A
2
4.7K
U1B
LM358
6
R21
0.2 Ohms, 2W
5
3
RP2B
4.7K
D6
1N4148
TP11
Lamp Current
R10
75, 1/4W
+12V
Q6
NPN
R14
10
A
B
C
C1
5/1/03
6/1/03
9/3/03
11/18/03
CREATED
Changed layout on 1st switvher stage
Changed R15 value
Changed R43 & C15 values
R13
14
249
8
1
R27
R28
40K
+12V
5.1K
3
ACOMP
C14
1
R36
20K
LM358
R35
40K
4
R32
40K
R29
100K
U1A
2
C9
0.1 uF
1 uF
R31
47K
R30
47K
IPRIMARY
R38
4.7K
4
OSC. OUTPUT
1N914
2
3
R11
47K
GROUND
COMP
VC
16
R17
47K
2
5
R15
7
232
6
12
R16
3.9K
9
C11
C12
B
R18
40k
C7
0.01 uF
0.0047 uF 0.1 uF
VCOMP
1N914 D9
7
5
HYSTERIESIS SET RESISTORS FOR PWM ERROR COMPARATOR
LM358
0.01 uF
Error : LOGO.BMP file not found.
R33
40K
1
DISCHARGE
RT
SHUTDOWN
R40
30K
BLINK MULTIVIBRATOR
CT
INV. INPUT
U4B
7v ZENER
VREF
VREF
NONINV. INPUT
SOFT START
R26
50K
VREF
OUPUT B
D1
6
VCC
OUTPUT A
U2
SG3525
D2
R39
255K
C16
VSET
A
10
1N914
VDAC
R34
40K
INITIAL
CAC
CAC
CAC
CAC
11
249
SYNC
R25
10K,1%
CC STAGE AMPLIFIER FOR COMP
13
15
R12
D8
CHANGE DESCRIPTION
TP12
ACOMP
ACOMP
PWM CONTROLLER
8
DATE
C
30K
R22
D7
7V
DAC I2C ADDRESS
WRITE ADDRESS READ ADDRESSASSY NUMBER
18
19
TBD
1A
1B
TBD
1C
1D
TBD
1E
1F
TBD
REV.
R5
N/I
+12V
LAMP CURRENT FEEDBACK AMPLIFIER
Applies to PCAs: 04540 -01 and -02
VLAMP
4
3
A1
0
1
0
1
TP9
Lamp Voltage
VCOMP
7
C5
0.01 uF
A0
0
0
1
1
D
R1
N/I
1N4148
R6
75, 1/4W
+12V
B
LAMP OUTPUT
1N4148
LAMP DRIVE POWER STAGE
LAMP POWER CONTROL DAC
1
TP8
Primary Current
10k
C6
0.03 uF
D4
1N4148
D5
TP7
Q3 Drain V
IRF520
Q3
C23
TP10
PreReg_Control
D3
0.01 uF
IRF520
Q2
VREF
VDAC
R20
C4
220
VREF
ACOMP_2
PE-6196
2.7k, 25W
RP2D
4.7K
VREF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
TP6
Q2 Drain V T1
IPRIMARY
TP4
TEST_PLUG
R7
3.9K
6
P2
8
1
2
3
4
5
7
P1
D
3
PRIMARY WINDING OVERCURRENT CUTOFF
4
The information herein is the
property of TML and is
submitted in strictest confidence for reference only.
Unauthorized use by anyone
for any other purposes is
prohibited. This document or
any information contained
in it may not be duplicated
without proper authorization.
5
APPROVALS
DATE
DRAWN
CAC
CHECKED
Sch,Bursting
UV Lamp
Drv,TML50
Sch, Bursting
UV
Lamp
A
5/1/03
SIZE
B
APPROVED
Drv, M100E
Used for PCA 04692
DRAWING NO.
REVISION
04693
E
LAST MOD.
SHEET
2-Jun-2004
1
6
of
2
1
2
D
+12V
+12V
C18
L1
4.7 uF
C21
25 uH
DIODE
5
R42
25.5K
1000 uF
VIN
GND
FB
VCOMP
R47
R23
R46
50K
5.1K
4
L2
25 uH
VSWITCH
D
VDRIVE
+ C20
C19
N/I
Q1
R41
C22
2
N/I
1
R45
1k
5.1K
6
5
VDRIVE
U5
SW
100K
ACOMP_2
VREF
PN3645_PNP
LAMP_FDBACK
lamp_fdback
1k
R37
R43
2k
LT1268
C
3
C
4
D10
4.7 uF
+ 100 uF
C17
3
C15
0.68 uF
B
B
8
+12V
U4A
LM358
2
3
1
C10
0.1 uF
4
+12V
+12V
R44
0
C13
0.1 uF
C8
0.1 uF
A
A
Title
Size
B
Date:
File:
1
2
3
4
5
Sch, Bursting UV Lamp Drv, TML50
Number
Revision
04693
E
2-Jun-2004
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2
1
2
+15
3
4
+15
+15
+15
+15
+15
R3
J1
C14
1
2
D
C15
+
22uF
+
22uF
C16
C17
C4
R12
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
49.9
R17
0.2
R7
6
5
1.00K
+15
C12
R22
0.1uF
49.9
R4
U2V+
0.2
D
0.2
R18 1.00K
R5
1.00K
C2
U1B
6
R31 1.00K
7
U1V+
R27
Q1
MTB30P6V
5
LMC6464BIM
6
U2B
C8
0.1uF
0.1uF
R24 1.00K
1
Q3
MTB30P6V
5
U2A
2
R29 1.00K
7
6.04K
C9
4
0.1uF
Q2
MTB30P6V
3
LMC6464BIM
11
LMC6464BIM
U2V+
JUMPER
JP1
Open for TML41
Closed for TML50
R13 20.0K
R26 20.0K
+15
2
1
C
C7
C6
0.1uF
R25 20.0K
C
0.1uF
C13
R16
0.1uF
TP3
TP4
TP2
R15 2.00K
20.0K
J2
4
J3
R1
3
2
1
10.0K
U1A
2
R2
9
3
10.0K
1
2
U2C
R14 10.0K
1
8
LMC6464BIM
R23 10.0K
11
10
LMC6464BIM
U2V-
U1VB
B
U1D
U1C
10
8
R32
Q5
NTB30N06L
1.00K
9
LMC6464BIM
U2D
12
R33
14
1.00K
Q4
NTB30N06L
13
R28
C18
6.04K
0.1uF
12
LMC6464BIM
C1
0.1uF
R8
C10
R20 1.00K
1.00K
R9
R6
0.2
0.2
R19
0.2
C11
C5
Q6
NTB30N06L
0.1uF
0.1uF
R10 1.00K
1.00K
13
LMC6464BIM
C3
R30
14
R21
R11
0.1uF
A
49.9
A
0.1uF
Title
49.9
TEC Amplifier PCB
Mounting Holes
X1
X2
X3
X4
Size
X5
B
Date:
File:
1
2
3
4
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Number
Revision
04932
B
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1
1
2
3
4
A
A
B
B
JP1
R1
Not Used
R2
22
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
C
C
Title
D
Size
A
Date:
File:
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2
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SCH, E-Series Analog Output Isolator, PCA 04467
Number
Revision
04468
6/28/2004
N:\PCBMGR\..\04468B.sch
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