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PolyGard DT5-1112-2B11
Electrochemical Carbon Monoxide Transmitter with BACnet Interface
Serial No. AT03-003
User Manual
April 2012
September 29, 2015 – Revision
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1
General Overview ............................................................................................................................... 3
2
Functional Description ...................................................................................................................... 3
2.1
2.2
3
Installation .......................................................................................................................................... 4
3.1
3.2
4
Addressing................................................................................................................................. 7
Manual Addressing..................................................................................................................... 7
BACnet Addressing .................................................................................................................... 7
Inspection and Service ...................................................................................................................... 8
7.1
7.2
7.3
8
Calibration .................................................................................................................................. 5
Manual Zero-Point Calibration ................................................................................................... 6
Manual Gain Calibration ............................................................................................................. 6
BACnet Mode ...................................................................................................................................... 7
6.1
6.2
6.3
7
Wiring Connection ...................................................................................................................... 5
Commissioning .................................................................................................................................. 5
5.1
5.2
5.3
6
Mounting Instructions ................................................................................................................. 4
Installation .................................................................................................................................. 4
Electrical Connection ........................................................................................................................ 4
4.1
5
Control Mode .............................................................................................................................. 3
Sensor ........................................................................................................................................ 3
Inspections ................................................................................................................................. 8
Calibration .................................................................................................................................. 8
Exchange of Sensor Element ..................................................................................................... 8
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................................. 9
8.1
8.2
Analog Mode .............................................................................................................................. 9
BACnet Mode ............................................................................................................................. 9
9
Cross-sensitivity Data........................................................................................................................ 9
10
BACnet Specification ....................................................................................................................... 10
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
Bacnet Services .................................................................................................................... 10
BACnet BIBBs supported ..................................................................................................... 11
Reliability property handling ................................................................................................. 11
MS/TP Master Specification ................................................................................................. 11
Device Register description: available Properties ............................................................... 12
Analog Input1 Register description (internal CO Sensor) .................................................... 13
Analog Input2 Register description (external CO Sensor ) ................................................. 13
11
Technical Data .................................................................................................................................. 14
12
Figures .............................................................................................................................................. 16
13
Notes and General Information....................................................................................................... 19
13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4
Intended Product Application ................................................................................................ 19
Installers’ Responsibilities .................................................................................................... 19
Maintenance ......................................................................................................................... 19
Limited Warranty ................................................................................................................... 19
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Electrochemical Carbon Monoxide Transmitter
1 General Overview
The PolyGard CO BACnet gas transmitter DT5-1112-2B11 with digital processing of the measuring values and
temperature compensation is used for the continuous monitoring of the ambient air to detect the presence of
carbon monoxide gas. Applications include underground / enclosed parking garages, tunnels, engine test
stations, shelters, loading areas etc.
The DT5-series transmitter is equipped with a serial interface including BACnet protocol and with an analog
output where the signal can be selected as current signal (0)4-20 mA or as voltage signal (0)2-10 V. In the 4-20
mA mode the transmitter also works in the 2-wire technique. Addressing and calibration is done manually via
push-buttons / potentiometers and address switches.
The intended installations are all areas being directly connected to the public low voltage supply, e.g.
residential, commercial and industrial ranges as well as small enterprises (according to EN50 082).
The PolyGard® CO BACnet transmitter must NOT be used in potentially explosive atmospheres.
2 Functional Description
2.1 Control Mode
The transmitter can be connected via RS 485 Interface / BACnet protocol to a vide variety of monitoring and
control devices such as, Direct Digital Controllers, Single/Multi-point controllers, Building Management
Systems, Personal Computers etc. In this mode there is an analog input for the connection of an additional 420 mA transmitter. The two measuring values are transmitted via the RS-485 interface / BACnet protocol.
The cable topology for the RS-485 bus can be taken from the “Guidelines for wiring and commissioning of the
DGC-05 hardware”.
2.2 Sensor
The sensor portion of the transmitter is a sealed electro-chemical cell with two electrodes, sensing and
reference. The ambient air to be monitored diffuses through a membrane filter into the liquid electrolyte of the
sensor. The chemical process of the measurement is one of oxidation where one molecule of the target gas is
exchanged for one molecule of oxygen. The reaction drives the oxygen molecule to the counter electrode,
generating a DC microampere signal between the sensing and reference electrodes. This signal is linear to the
volume concentration of the sensed gas. The signal is evaluated by the connected amplifier and transformed
into a linear output signal.
Electrochemical processes always lead by-and-by to a loss of sensitivity. Therefore calibration of zero-point
and gain via BACnet or with the potentiometer “Gain” is necessary at regular intervals.
Caution:
There is a small quantity of corrosive liquid in the sensor element. If in case of damage persons or objects
touch the liquid, you have to clean the affected areas as fast and carefully as possible with tap water. Out of
use sensors must be disposed in the same way as batteries.
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3 Installation
Note:
Avoid any force (e.g. by thumb) on the sensor element during operation or installation. Electronics can be
destroyed by static electricity. Therefore, do not touch the equipment without a wrist strap connected to ground
or without standing on a conductive floor (acc. to DIN EN100015).
3.1 Mounting Instructions
When choosing the mounting site please pay attention to the following:
•
The specific weight of carbon monoxide is slightly less than that of air (factor 0.97).
Recommended mounting height is 1.5 m (5 feet) to 1.8 m (6 feet) above floor.
•
Choose mounting location of the sensor according to the local regulations.
•
Consider the ventilation conditions! Do not mount the transmitter in the center of the airflow (air
passages, suction holes).
•
Mount the transmitter at a location with minimum vibration and minimum variation in temperature
(avoid direct sunlight).
•
Avoid locations where water, oil etc. may influence proper operation and where mechanical damage
might be possible.
•
Provide adequate space around the sensor for maintenance and calibration work.
•
In areas where condensation may occur inside the electrical conduit, a sealing agent should be used if
the conduit entry is at the top of the transmitter.
Duct mounting
•
Mount only in a straight section of duct with minimum air vortex. Keep a minimum distance of 1 m (3,5
feet) from any curve or obstacle.
•
Mount only in a duct system with a maximum air velocity of 10 m/s (2000 ft/min) or less.
•
Mounting must be performed so that the probe openings are in line with the airflow.
3.2 Installation
•
Open the cover, Unplug basic PCB carefully from the wiring terminals.
•
Mount enclosure vertically to the wall.
•
Plug in the basic PCB at X4 and X5 with care, Replace the cover.
4 Electrical Connection
Consider static electricity! See 3. Mounting
•
Installation of the electrical wiring should only be performed by a trained specialist according to the
connection diagram, without any power applied to conductors and according to the corresponding
regulations!
•
Avoid any influence of external interference by using shielded cables for the signal line, but do not
connect the shield.
•
It is important to ensure that the wire shields or any bare wires do not short the mounted PCB.
•
Recommended cable for power and BACnet communications is 18 gage, two twisted shielded pair with
all four wires being different colors (Connect-Air Wire & Cable W182P-247 or equivalent).
When selecting and installing the cables you have to comply with the regulations concerning the RS
485 bus installation. The installations have to be executed in line topology. Cable length and type have
to be considered as well.
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4.1 Wiring Connection
•
Open the cover, Unplug basic PCB carefully from terminal blocks at X4 and X5.
•
Insert the cable and connect cable leads to terminal blocks. See fig. 1.and 2.
•
Replug the PCB in the terminal blocks X4, X5, Replace cover.
5 Commissioning
Consider commissioning instructions at any exchange of sensor elements.
Only trained technicians should perform the following:
•
Check mounting location.
•
Select output signal form Current or voltage, and starting point 0 or 20%. See fig. 4
•
Check power voltage.
•
Check PCB for proper mounting at X4 and X5.
•
Change BACnet ID 1(delivery ID) to unique ID (defined from System Integrator)
•
Transmitter is factory calibrated and should not require adjustment at startup.
Required instruments for commissioning (calibration) of the transmitter:
•
Test gas bottle with synthetic air of CO-free ambient air.
•
Test gas bottle with CO (ppm) in the range of 30 – 80 % of the measuring range.
•
Gas pressure regulator with flow meter to control the gas flow to 150 ml/min.
•
Calibration adapter with tube (INTEC model number CONKIT-E/CH-LC)
•
Digital voltmeter with range 0 – 300mV, accuracy 1% (for manual calibration).
•
Small screwdriver (for manual calibration).
Note:
Prior to calibration or verification, the sensor element must be fully stabilized by applying power voltage for at
least 1 hour without interruption.
Please observe proper handling procedures for test gas bottles (regulations TRGS 220)!
Attention: CO calibration gas is toxic, never inhale the gas!
Symptoms: Dizziness, headache and nausea.
Procedure if exposed: Take the victim into fresh air at once, call a doctor.
5.1 Calibration
Only manual calibration mode in combination with BACnet protocol is possible to calibrate the transmitter:
Manual calibration
Manual calibration is only possible if the transmitter is equipped with the push-button “Zero” and the
potentiometer “Gain” (= version for manual calibration).
The jumper V-A has to be set before manual calibration. Only by doing so the control voltage is available at the
test pins X6. Remove the jumper after calibration.
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5.2 Manual Zero-Point Calibration
Consider the warm-up period of the sensor (at least 1 hour).
•
Connect calibration adapter carefully to the sensor element.
•
Apply synthetic air (150 ml/min; 1 Bar (14.5 psi ) ± 10%), or CO-free ambient air.
•
Wait 2 minutes until the signal is stable, push button “Zero” for 5 seconds.
After successful calibration the measuring signal is corrected automatically. Depending on the
selected signal starting point the measuring signal shows the following values:
Signal start at 2 V or 4 mA
40 mV = 0 ppm
Signal start at 0 V or 0 mA
0 mV = 0 ppm
If the zero-point is out of the admissible range (> 20 mV at starting point 0% / > 60 mV at starting
point (20%) before calibration, there is no correction of the measuring signal. The sensor has to be
replaced.
•
Remove calibration adapter carefully by turning lightly. Check the sensor for correct mounting!
5.3 Manual Gain Calibration
•
Connect calibration adapter carefully to the sensor element.
•
Apply calibration test gas CO (150 ml/min; 1 Bar (14.5 psi) ± 10%).
•
Wait two minutes until the signal is stable, adjust control voltage with potentiometer ”Gain” until the
signal corresponds to the calculated value ± 3 mV, see Calculation of Control Voltage.
By limiting the gain factor, calibration will not be possible any more when the sensitivity of the sensor
reaches a residual sensitivity of 30 %. Then the sensor has to be replaces.
•
Remove calibration adapter with a careful light turn. Check the sensor for correct mounting!
Calculation of Control Voltage
Signal start 2 V / 4 mA
Control voltage (mV)
=
160 (mV) x test gas concentration CO (ppm)
measuring range CO (ppm)
=
200 (mV) x test gas concentration CO (ppm)
measuring range CO (ppm)
+ 40 (mV)
Signal start 0 V / 0 mA
Control voltage (mV)
Example:
Measuring range
300 ppm
Test gas concentration
242 ppm CO
Control voltage: Signal start 2 V / 4 mA
169 mV
Control voltage: Signal start 0 V / 0 mA
161,3 mV
Signal start 2 V / 4 mA
Signal start 0 V / 0 mA
160 (mV) x 242 (ppm) + 40 (mV) = 169 mV
300 (ppm)
200 (mV) x 242 (ppm)
300 (ppm)
= 161,3 mV
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6 Addressing
Depending on the hardware version MS/TP addressing of the transmitter is done via an address switch.
6.1 Manual Addressing MS/TP
Manual addressing is accomplished via the 16-position rotary address switch and a jumper for selecting the
4 address ranges. Transmitters ordered with the “high address range” option (order code “H”) can be
addressed in the range of 61-120. Firmware in the transmitter adds 60 to the value selected in the table below.
Position
4 3 2 1
Switch
position
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
Jumper pos. 01
= address
inactive
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
Jumper pos. 02
= address
inactive
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Jumper pos. 03
= address
inactive
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
Jumper pos. 04
= address
inactive
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
6.2 BACnet Addressing
In addition to selecting the MS/TP address, the BACnet address must also be selected.
According to BACnet Rules, the BACnet address must be unique within the entire system.
Typically this will be assigned by the BACnet System Integrator.
Version 0.1 :
In Device Object- Object Identifier- Instance Number is settable to unique Number from 1 to 4194299
This can be done with all BACnet Software Tools , which allow changing Data
of Device Object- Object Identifier
After changing this parameter, the transmitter must be powered off and on again!
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7 Inspection and Service
7.1 Inspections
Inspection, service and calibration of the transmitters should be done by trained technicians and executed at
regular intervals. We therefore recommend concluding a service contract with INTEC Controls or one of their
authorized partners.
7.2 Calibration
(See section 5.1 ;5.2 and 5.3)
•
Calibration should be performed at periodic intervals as determined by the person responsible for the
gas detection system (recommendation every 12 months).
•
After exchange of the sensor
•
If in case of operational or climatic influences the sensitivity of the sensor falls below 70 % in
operation, calibration will not be possible any more. Then the sensor has to be changed.
7.3 Exchange of Sensor Element
Consider static electricity! See point 3.
Sensor should always be installed without power applied:
•
Unplug basic PCB carefully from the wiring terminals.
•
Unplug old sensor element from the PCB.
•
Take the new sensor out of the original packing.
•
Plug in the sensor element into the PCB at X3/X7.
•
Replug the PCB into terminal blocks X4, X5 carefully.
•
Transmitter must be recalibrated according to section 5.
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8 Troubleshooting
8.1 Analog Mode
Trouble
Output signal < 3 mA / 1,5 V
and/or control voltage < 30 mV
only for starting signal 2V/4 mA
Cause
Solution
Jumper 0-20 % not set
Check jumper position
Power voltage not applied
Measure tension at X4:
Two-wire: Pin 1 (+) and 4 (-)
Three-wire: Pin 1 (+) and 2 (-)
PCB AT03 not plugged in correctly at
X4 and X5
Replug PCB correctly
Wire break
Check the wiring
Output signal > 22 mA /220 mV
Short-circuit
Check the wiring
Control voltage does not reach
the calculated value
Sensor element not calibrated
Calibrate sensor element
Sensor sensitivity < 30 %
Replace sensor element
No reaction of the output signal in Power voltage not applied
spite of gas concentration
Signal (Pin 4) not wired correctly
8.2
Measure tension at X4
Check the wiring
BACnet Mode
Trouble
Yellow LED not shining
Cause
Solution
Power voltage not applied
Measure tension at X4:
Pin 1 (+) and 2 (-)
PCB not plugged in correctly at X4/X5
Replug PCB correctly
Wire break
Check wiring
Yellow LED not flashing
No communication at the transmitter
Transmitter not addressed,
check bus wiring incl.
topology and termination
Voltage < 16 V
No control voltage at calibration
Jumper V-A not set
Set the jumper. Remove it
after calibration!
9 Cross-sensitivity Data
The cross sensitivity (influence on the gas concentration value by gasses other than carbon monoxide) can be
read from the table Technical Data (see 9.). Other gases can have an influence on the sensitivity, too. The
table does not claim to be complete. The indicated sensitivity data are only standard values referring to new
sensor elements.
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10 BACnet Specification
BACnet Standardized Device Profile
BACnet Networks allow Peer to Peer Communication.
DGC05-Bacnet-Interface supports functions that fit the BACnet profile called an
"Application Specific Controller" (B-ASC).
10.1 BACnet Services
DGC05-Bacnet-Interface supports the following BACnet protocol services:
1. Who-Is (Execute) Upon receipt of a Who-Is request, EasyBAC initiates an I-Am request, as
appropriate, using Device object's properties values for service request parameters.
2. I-Am (Initiate) DGC05-Bacnet-Interface initiates I-Am requests filled with Device object's
properties values in the following situations:
· at start-up
· upon receipt of a Who-Is request
ReadProperty (Execute) all properties present in the Object Database are readable.
Upon receipt of a Read Property request, DGC05-Bacnet-Interface performs request validation
and sends back an acknowledgement, as defined by the BACnet standard. In case of a success.
DGC05-Bacnet-Interface sends back to the BACnet network positive acknowledgement
(ReadProperty-ACK) containing current value of the requested property from the BACnet Object
Database. In case of a failure, DGC05-Bacnet-Interface sends negative acknowledgement
(BACnet-Error) with appropriate BACnet error class and error code.
Current value of a property in the Database may originate from:
•
•
•
DGC05-Bacnet-side
DGC05-Controller
Another BACnet device (set by means of a WriteProperty BACnet service request)
WriteProperty (Execute) Most of the properties in the BACnet Object Database are not
writeable and cannot be changed by means of a WriteProperty service request. See Object
Types Supported for complete list of writeable properties in each supported object type.
Upon receipt of a valid WriteProperty request, DT% BACnet transmitter writes to the Virtual
Object Database specified value of the specified property of the specified object and sends back
to the BACnet network positive acknowledgement, as defined by the BACnet standard. In case of
a failure
DGC05-Bacnet-Interface sends negative acknowledgement.
If the property being written is Present value or Relinquish default, and the object in question is
not out of service (see Handling out Of Service Property), new property value is sent to the DT5
BACnet-Transmitter. FB: Output Property serial message is sent a synchronously and may be
sent to the microprocessor either after or before BACnet acknowledgement is actually sent over
the BACnet network.
DT5-Bacnet-Transmitter WriteProperty handler performs basic request validity checks, such as
existence of the object specified, existence and write ability of the property specified. Standardmandated BACnet logic is also implemented: see handling Command Priorities and
Out_Of_Service handling.
However, application-level checks, such as checking Present_Value against device-specific
bounds, are not performed.
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10.2 BACnet BIBBs supported
The BACnet standard defines a concept called BIBBs (BacNET Interoperability Building Blocks).
A BIBB is a simple definition of a specific set of BacNET features that must be implemented by a
device to support that BIBB.
The DT5-Bacnet-Transmitter is capable of performing the functionality of the following BIBBs:
· DS-RP-B that means DS (data sharing), RP (read property), B (Server device)
· DS-WP-B that means DS (data sharing), WP (write property), B (Server device)
· DM-DDB-B that means DM (device management), DDB (Dynamic Device Binding), B (Server
device) The "DDB" description means that this device can find another device on the network.
This set of BIBBs matches the BACnet B-ASC profile (without support for Who-Has/I-Have and
DCC - Device Communications Control)
10.3 Reliability property handling
DGC05-Bacnet-Interface checks all possible DGC05 –Bus-Nodes for his correct
functionality. If a Sensor- or Relay Module is not available, damaged or not activated: Input
property with property ID set to Reliability DGC05-Bacnet-Interface automatically updates
FAULT flag in the Status Flags property in the BACnet Object Database: sets it if new Reliability
value is not equal to NO_FAULT_DETECTED, and clears it otherwise.
10.4 MS/TP Master Specification
Interface Settings
Baud:
Start bit
Stop bit
Parity
MS/TP MAC Address
38400
(others on request)
1
1
No
See 6.2
Fixed internal program definitions without properties
Max Master
Max Info Frames
127
1
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10.5 Device Register description: available Properties
Name
Default Value
R/W
Notes
APDU Timeout
App Software Version
3000
DTF-BNK V0.1
R
R
Timeout in ms
BACnet Stack Version
Database Revision
1
R
Description
R/W
Firmware Revision
DTF-BNK V0.1
R
Max APDU Length Accepted
480
R
Model Name
Number of APDU Retries
Object Identifier
AT03-XXXXX
3
R
R
DEVICE, 1
R/W
Object List:
DEVICE
ANALOG_INPUT0
ANALOG_INPUT1
1
0
1
Changeable by
BacNet Integrator
Changeable by
BacNet Integrator
R
Object Name
R/W
Object Type
DEVICE(8)
R
Protocol Conformance Class
1
R
Protocol Objects Supported
ANALOG_INPUT, DEVICE
R
Protocol Services Supported
READ_PROPERTY,
READ_PROPERTY_MULTIPLE,
I_AM, WHO_IS
R
Protocol Version
Protocol Revision
Segmentation Supported
System Status
Vendor Identifier
Vendor Name
1
1
NO_SEGMENTATION(3)
OPERATIONAL(0)
532
MSR Electronic GmbH
R
R
R
R
R
R
Changeable by
BacNet Integrator
Not Available Properties
The following optional properties are not present: Location, Max_Segments_Accepted,
VT_Classes_Supported, Active_VT_Sessions, Local_Time, Local_Date, UTC_Offset,
Daylight_Savings_Status, APDU_Segment_Timeout, List_Of_Session_Keys,
Time_Synchronization_Recipients, Max_Master, Max_Info_Frames, Configuration_Files,
Last_Restore_Time, Backup_Failure_Timeout, Active_COV_Subscriptions, Slave_Proxy_Enable,
Manual_Slave_Address_Binding, Auto_Slave_Discovery, Slave_ Address_Binding, Profile_Name.
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10.6 Analog Input1 Register description (internal CO Sensor)
Name
Default Value
R/W
Notes
Description
Descr_AI0
R/W
Event State
STATE_NORMAL(0)
R
Changeable by
BacNet Integrator
Object Identifier
0
R
Object Name
Carbon Monoxide
R/W
Object Type
ANALOG_INPUT(0)
R
Present Value
Units
R
PARTS_PER_MILION(96)
Changeable by
BacNet Integrator
Current Gas Value
R
10.7 Analog Input2 Register description (external CO Sensor )
Name
Default Value
R/W
Notes
Description
Descr_AI1
R/W
Event State
STATE_NORMAL(0)
R
Changeable by
BacNet Integrator
Object Identifier
1
R
Object Name
External Transmitter
R/W
Object Type
ANALOG_INPUIT(0)
R
Present Value
Units
R
PARTS_PER_MILION(96)
Changeable by
BacNet Integrator
Current Gas Value
R
Not Available Properties:
The following optional properties are not present: Update_Interval, COV_Increment,
Time_Delay, Notification_Class, High_Limit, Low_Limit, Deadband, Limit_Enable, Event_Enable,
Acked_Transitions, Notify_Type, Event_Time_Stamps, Profile_Name.
Dynamic Properties:
This Analogue Input Object reflects the Current Value Information from Digital Gas Sensors .
During Normal Operation Properties
- Present value and
- Status Flags will be updated by ADT Transmitter
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11 Technical Data
General sensor performances
Gas type
Carbon monoxide (CO)
Sensor element
Electrochemical, diffusion
Measuring range (standard, other ranges
0 - 300 ppm (ex works)
according to the data sheet)
adjustable between 0-150 and 0-300 ppm
Pressure range
Atmosphere ± 15 %
Humidity
15 – 90 % RH non condensing
Storage temperature range
5 °C to 30 °C (41 °F to 86 °F)
Storage time
Max. 6 months
Mounting height
1,5 to 1,8 m ( 5 to 6 ft.)
Type DT5-1112
Accuracy
± 3 ppm
Repeatability
± 3 % of reading
Long-term output drift
< 5% signal loss/year
Response time
t90 < 50 sec.
Life expectancy
> 5 years/normal operating environment
Humidity range – short-term
0 – 95 % RH non condensing
Temperature range - continuous
-10 °C to + 50 °C (14 °F to 122 °F)
Temperature range – short-term
-20 °C to + 50 °C (-4 °F to 122 °F)
Cross sensitivity*
Concentration (ppm)
Reaction (ppm CO)
Acetone, C3H6O
1000
0
Acetylene, C2H2
40
80
Ammonia, NH3
100
0
Chlorine, Cl2
2
0
Ethanol, C2H5OH
2000
5
Iso Propanol, C3H8O
200
0
Carbon dioxide, CO2
5000
0
Nitrogen dioxide, NO2
50
-1,0
Nitric oxide, NO
50
8
Sulphur dioxide, SO2
50
< 0,5
Hydrogen Sulphide, H2S
25
0
Hydrogen, H2
100
20
* The table doesn’t claim to be complete. Other gases, too, can have an influence on the sensitivity. The mentioned cross sensitivity
data are only reference values valid for new sensors.
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Electrical
Power supply
Power consumption Mode (without options)
- Analog mode
- Bus mode
Output signal
Analog output signal
Selectable: Current / voltage
Starting point 0 / 20 %
Serial interface
Transceiver
Protocol
Physical
Enclosure*
Enclosure color*
Dimensions* (H x W x D)
Weight*
Protection class*
Mounting*
Cable entry
Wire connection
Approval
18 - 28 VDC, reverse polarity protected
22 mA, max. (0,6 VA)
12 mA, max. (0,3 VA)
(0) 4 – 20 mA, load ≤ 500 Ω,
(0) 2 - 10 V; load ≥ 50 k Ω
proportional, overload and short-circuit proof
RS 485 / 38400 Baud
BACnet
Polycarbonate, UL 94-HB fire retardant
Light gray
5.12 x 3.70 x 2.25 in. (130 x 94 x 57 mm)
Approx. (0.6 Ibs.) (0.25 kg)
IP 65
Wall mounting, pillar mounting
½” conduit
Screw-type terminal min. 0,25, to. 2,5 mm2
24 to 14 AWG
VDI 2053 German air treatment systems for car
parks
UL2075 ; UL61010-1
EMC Directive 2004 / 108 / EWG
CE
Guidelines
Options
Analog input
Only for RS-485 mode
Power supply for external transmitter
4 – 20 mA overload and short-circuit proof, input
resistance 200 Ω
24 VDC max. 50 mA
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Figures
Fig. 1
Application: BACnet mode
1
2
3
4
5
X5
Analog
Transmitter
4-20 mA
0 VDC
24 VDC
7 Bus_B
6 Bus_A
5 4-20 mA_Inp
4 Analog_Out
3 24 VDC_Out
2 0 VDC
1 24 VDC
X4
Transmitter
DT5
1
2
3
4
5
X5
24 VDC
0 VDC
Bus_A
Bus_B
7 Bus_B
6 Bus_A
5 4-20 mA_Inp
4 Analog_Out
3 24 VDC_Out
2 0 VDC
1 24 VDC
X4
Transmitter
DT5
Connection field bus
Connection analog transmitter
- Two- or three-wire connection,
depending on transmitter type
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PCB AT03
Fig. 2
Anal. Ouput
Start Point
= 20 %
=0%
Manual
Calibration
Gain
Position
4 3 2 1
Manual
Addressing
0-20%
7
X5
Zero
6
1
2
4
3
Test
5
3
4
V-A
2
1
X4
5
Sensor
XA3-1 XA3-2
Anal. Output
= V DC
= mA
Terminal block
1 2 3 4 5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
X4
X5
Selection analog output signal
Fig. 3
Jumper 0- 20 %
Jumper V-A
Output signal
Not set
Not set
0 – 20 mA
Set
Not set
4 – 20 mA
Not set
Set
0 – 10 V
Set
Set
2 – 10 V
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Calibration adapter
Fig. 5
Type: CONKIT-E/CH-LC
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12 Notes and General Information
It is important to read this user manual thoroughly and clearly in order to understand the information and
instructions. The PolyGard® transmitters must be used within product specification capabilities. The appropriate
operating and maintenance instructions and recommendations must be followed.
Due to on-going product development, MSR and INTEC Controls reserve the right to change specifications
without notice. The information contained herein is based upon data considered to be accurate. However, no
guarantee is expressed or implied regarding the accuracy of this data.
12.1 Intended Product Application
The PolyGard® transmitters are designed and manufactured for control applications and air quality compliance
in commercial buildings and manufacturing plants (i.e. detection and automatic exhaust fan control for
automotive maintenance facilities, enclosed parking garages, engine repair shops, warehouses with forklifts,
fire stations, tunnels, etc.).
12.2 Installers’ Responsibilities
It is the installer’s responsibility to ensure that all PolyGard® transmitters are installed in compliance with all
national and local codes and OSHA requirements. Installation should be implemented only by technicians
familiar with proper installation techniques and with codes, standards and proper safety procedures for control
installations and the latest edition of the National Electrical Code (ANSI/NFPA70). It is also essential to follow
strictly all instructions as provided in the user manual.
12.3 Maintenance
It is recommended to check the PolyGard® transmitter regularly. Due to regular maintenance any performance
deviations may easily be corrected. Re-calibration and part replacement in the field may be implemented by a
qualified technician and with the appropriate tools. Alternatively, the easily removable plug-in transmitter card
with the sensor may be returned for service to MSR-Electronic-GmbH.
12.4 Limited Warranty
MSR-Electronic-GmbH and INTEC Controls warrants the PolyGard® transmitter for a period of two years,
12 months normal exposure for the sensor, from the date of shipment against defects in material or workmanship.
Should any evidence of defects in material or workmanship occur during the warranty period, INTEC Controls
will repair or replace the product at their own discretion, without charge.
This warranty does not apply to units that have been altered, had attempted repair, or been subject to abuse,
accidental or otherwise. The warranty also does not apply to units in which the sensor element has been
overexposed or gas poisoned. The above warranty is in lieu of all other express warranties, obligations or
liabilities.
This warranty applies only to the PolyGard® transmitter. MSR-Electronic-GmbH and/or INTEC Controls shall
not be liable for any incidental or consequential damages arising out of or related to the use of the PolyGard®
transmitter.
If the PolyGard® transmitter needs to be returned to INTEC Controls for service, an RMA number must be
obtained prior to sending.
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