Bacharach Multi-Zone (MZ) Monitors Manual

Bacharach Multi-Zone (MZ) Monitors Manual
MultiZone Gas Monitors
x HGM-MZ
x AGM-MZ
x CO2-MZ
(Halogen)
(Ammonia)
(Carbon Dioxide)
Instruction 3015-5074
Installation / Operation / Maintenance
Rev. 8 – October 2011
UL 61010-1
CAN/CSA 22.2 No. 61010.1
EN 14624
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Table of Contents
SECTION 1. INTRODUCTION..................................................................................................................... 1
1.1.
1.2.
1.3.
1.4.
1.5.
1.6.
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[email protected] ....................................................................................................................... 1
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1.3.1. *R> .................................................................................................................... 1
1.3.2. @!9!!; ...................................................................................... 2
1.3.3. >@ ................................................................................................................... 2
1.3.4. ;.............................................................................................................. 2
1.3.5. +)>!............................................................................................................ 2
1.3.6. +)F ......................................................................................................... 2
1.3.7. A"K ...................................................................................... 2
1.3.8. KK"! ........................................................................... 3
1.3.9. @"K"............................................................................................................ 3
1.3.10. 9 ..................................................................................................................................... 3
1.3.11. @............................................................................................................... 3
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1.5.4. "K"$*;K(& .......................................... 5
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1.5.6. Loc!H$(& ................................................................................... 6
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SECTION 2. INSTALLATION ...................................................................................................................... 9
2.1.
2.2.
2.3.
2.4.
2.5.
2.6.
2.7.
2.8.
Installation Considerations .................................................................................................................. 9
2.1.1. [email protected] .......................................................................................................... 9
2.1.2. Inspection ............................................................................................................................... 9
2.1.3. "K ........................................................................................................... 9
2.1.4. K ............................................................................................................. 9
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2.2.1. (............................................................................................................................... 10
2.2.2. @ ......................................................................................................... 11
2.2.3. @
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2.2.4. @+)
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2.2.5. @!Y
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2.2.7. @= .................................................................................................. 12
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2.5.2. K!! .................................................................. 15
2.5.3. ! ................................................................................................... 15
2.5.4. @! .................................................................................. 16
2.5.5. @! .............................................................................................................. 16
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2.8.1. Operation .............................................................................................................................. 18
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2.8.3. H ........................................................................................................................... 20
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2.8.5. ................................................................................ 20
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2.10. @+)>! .............................................................................................................. 23
2.10.1. (............................................................................................................................... 23
2.10.2. Connection ........................................................................................................................... 23
SECTION 3. SETUP PROGRAMMING ..................................................................................................... 25
3.1.
3.2.
3.3.
3.4.
3.5.
3.6.
3.7.
Initial Power Up ................................................................................................................................. 25
HH .......................................................................................................................... 25
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<% ................................................................................................. 25
3.4.1. Location ................................................................................................................................ 26
3.4.2. <!"_ ................................................................................................... 26
3.4.3. >!>YK.................................................................................................... 26
3.4.4. >>! ....................................................................................................................... 26
3.4.5. _*! .................................................................................................................... 27
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3.4.7. %9 ........................................................................................................................ 27
3.4.8. Loop Mode ........................................................................................................................... 27
3.4.9. -Zero Mode ...................................................................................................................... 28
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3.5.1. (............................................................................................................................... 28
3.5.2. ............................................................................................................................ 28
3.5.3. Node Address ....................................................................................................................... 28
3.5.4. Password .............................................................................................................................. 28
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3.6.1. ! ................................................................................................................... 29
3.6.2. H+H .......................................................................................................................... 29
3.6.3. Node Address ....................................................................................................................... 30
3.6.4. [email protected]""$99D(& .................................................... 30
3.6.5. Password .............................................................................................................................. 30
3.6.6. >[email protected]""$99D(& ................................................. 30
3.6.7. H .............................................................................................................................. 30
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SECTION 4. GENERAL OPERATION ...................................................................................................... 31
4.1.
4.2.
4.3.
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4.2.1. Location ................................................................................................................................ 31
4.2.2. ;b" ........................................................................................................... 31
4.2.3. H................................................................................................................................ 32
4.2.4. _!................................................................................................................ 32
4.2.5. @H ................................................................................................... 32
4.2.6. ........................................................................................................................... 32
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4.3.2. ............................................................................................................................. 33
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4.3.4. -YKF .......................................................................................... 33
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4.4.3. >!H ............................................................................................................. 34
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4.4.5. >! ............................................................................................................... 35
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4.5. !9 .................................................................................................................................... 36
4.5.1. 9( ............................................................................................................. 36
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4.5.5. 9H" ........................................................................................ 38
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4.5.8. F9
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4.6. ............................................................................................................................. 40
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4.7.1. (............................................................................................................................... 40
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4.9. H ...................................................................................................................... 44
4.9.1. <H .................................................................................... 44
4.9.2. H( ................................................................................................ 45
SECTION 5. MAINTENANCE.................................................................................................................... 47
5.1.
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APPENDIX A. RECOMMENDED REFRIGERANT GAS ALARM SETTINGS ........................................ 53
APPENDIX B. RS-485 COMMUNICATIONS PROTOCOL ..................................................................... 55
B.1. (............................................................................................................................................ 55
B.2. K(HDD .................................................................................................................... 55
B.3. K_K(HDD( ........................................................................................................... 55
B.3.1. (............................................................................................................................... 55
B.3.2. H .................................................................................................................... 55
B.3.3. K_K ............................................................................................................... 56
B.3.4. <Y .............................................................................................................. 56
B.3.5. ^@!!! .......................................................................................... 56
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B.3.11. >!and >!>Y .......................................................................................... 60
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K(HD+) .......................................................................................... 64
K(HD;+!................................................................................................. 64
APPENDIX C. SYSTEM MENU MAP ....................................................................................................... 65
APPENDIX D. AGENCY APPROVALS ................................................................................................... 67
APPENDIX E. SERVICE CENTERS ........................................................................................................ 71
INDEX ......................................................................................................................................................... 73
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SECTION 1. INTRODUCTION
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SECTION 2. INSTALLATION
2.1. Installation Considerations
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2.3. Interior Components
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NOTE: ! "
!"! "
" or repair! 2.4.
Electrical Wiring
MZ ! ""'XX%]XF>@
50/60 *R!m!20 =!!!
>@ source">@ld
!D
3-conductor wire $!!!'j>=;& rated 300 F>@'X[€@
YY and install electrical conduit !
Locate the AC input t!and round stud "!. !>@
neutral $b&$Yb&
<+' and LINE 2 !s.
D!-!, washers!>@ wire
$&!m>@input round stud and
;<H!.
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WARNING: @"!!!
accordance with NEC/CEC and local codes.
WARNING: >@ wire !"!m
studD!!.
HYR""
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IMPORTANT: H in the MZ enclosure !! YY ".
A switch or Y 'X>%[XF>@! !m>@ leads. !)!!"
switch should al!Y!m!>@ Y
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Figure 2-4. Multi-Zone AC Input Power and Ground Connections
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2.5. Connecting Communications Devices
2.5.1. Remote Display Module (RD) Connection
MZ is connected to the optional H !. !)!!
"MZ and H ][XX".
D"! YY "!. -485
!! MZ and H !"!Q
1. -485 connector in the MZ $see 92-3 13&.
2. @"ed pair vx$" &. Note the
wire color.
3. @v>x$!&. Note the wire color.
4. @ v
x point.
5. -485 connector !Yv(K(<(SxH $see this topic in the H !&.
his connector is located on the !"H @"!.
6. un the wire to the H and connect the twisted shielded pair -485 v(K(<(Sx
!MZ.
2.5.2. Integrating with Building Management Systems
MZ !K!! .
"!K!!-485 connector inside the MZ
!. K(HDD is the standard !! protocol.
D"! YY "!. Locate the -485
connector !"!. !
! . @Y!Y !
K!!. ="Y
2.5.3. Larger Integrated Systems
J!MZ ! to a BuildiK!! !H. In this
"the MZ to the H . " in the
Communications Connections section "the H ! ""!H to a
BK!!.
Figure 2-5. RS-485 Connector
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2.5.4. Changing Terminator Switch Settings
! switch "!"v(Dx $!&. "MZ !"Y. "K_ ! is connected as "Y !!!vINx.
Locate switch #4 !. "!!
$Note that switches 1-3 are " use.&
Figure 2-6. Termination Switches
2.5.5. Personal Computer
MZ !! -232 in" on the " "
the enclosure. "T"! te at
QbbK!b!.
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2.6. Terminating Multiple Monitors
Figure 2-7. Termination Settings for a Network of Multiple Monitors and a Remote Display
NOTE: 9!K_!H, tK_H"
Y !! v<x!
! v(Dx position.
NOTE: 9!K_!H, t"-]g[ cannot
)][XX" $'`\%!&$D!%X!-strand shielded and
twisted pair – !T #8762.&
2.7. Connecting to a Building Management System
MZ ! !BK! S! -485 connector. address on each MZ ! !"!1 to 15 in order to ""K!
!.
NOTE: K!!X' !
"!H' "X
'!Y.
"MZ Y K!! it may not to the
H. *he H has two !! portsv!x$BMS&
v!x $(K(<(&. >K!!H port while
! H YMZ !s. KYvxH to the
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NOTE: D!$%&"!T
setup.
Figure 2-8. Termination Settings for Multiple Monitors Connected to a BMS (Two Trunks)
Figure 2-9. Termination Settings for Multiple Monitors Connected to a BMS (Daisy Chain)
2.8. PC Software
2.8.1.
Operation
NOTE: K_!*;K`[email protected]" '[%
* "t panel "K_
@"HK
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NOTE: @"!j]-$&!
NOTE: @"@(K' """
"@(K'@>"
[email protected](K'K_">
COM2 $")!&!!%!!
"Q
C:\%*;K) 2
[email protected](K' or COM2.
!vx serial port connection. A
three-$?H?H;<H&<" is used.
K_"!"@(K' !K_-232
!!!.
NOTE: ( !!-232 and
K_>"-232
"!
1. > power to MZ ! !. Note that on CO2 [email protected]
x!")!%[!"!
2. Connect -232 " the PC and -232 port on the MZ !.
3. "YPC.
4. Open the MZ "= +).
5. D!!!!"!MZ
s.
Navigate using your PC keyboard:
x
Use the up, down, left, and right arrow Yto options.
x
Use the Enter Y
x
Use the Esc YY
6. G+H. 9! +HK, J+K. he !m (@>(<!
. Press Enter ! >;. Use the Backspace Y!)
. E. Press Enter (@>(<. S)!.
<ou cannot v<xv9K=>+x!. Press the Esc Y
!
7. ;+H9! +HK, select ZONES. S"R"
!. =+9;+>< is selected $*K&, scroll locate and select "R.
8. Set the A!: S+F>@
+F+
. Use the Backspace Y. K. D!! and Y .
9. R: SH><@+X"
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IMPORTANT: =!"!$R!&K_
!"!"!
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2.8.2.
x
x
2.8.3.
Saving and Sending Programs
=!, the !!v"x"! entered.
! MZ, o! and connect the PC to the MZ9!
!, select +<H+D and press Enter. !MZ.
Trend Data
NOTE: @ data "!K_
9! !, ;++<HH>>. SR and press Enter. trend data "!. Press Enter "!. "!
in " particular R. Press Enter. " )" that n +)
" or printed as is.
NOTE: +<H"!RR"!R
2.8.4. Converting the TREND Text File to a Microsoft Excel File
(+)l and ". Select vH!x "!vSx !. Select vGx
!"!. )" +)". ="!
)v)x. @!!!"
2.8.5. Saving and Printing Screens and Logs
("MZ. >"" !
screen $"! " &. Use the Alt and Print Screen
Y! @Y !=! print.
2.8.6. USB Type Laptops
! D-232 9-pin ports. A USB-to-ter or PCMCIA-to-serial
T "@[email protected]> [email protected]@>
that -232 output. "= F=
[email protected]@>!"Q
+>
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J+K<@
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"!s 2105 USB-to-%`%PC-SIO-232 PCMCIA card. >vx232 and a H%[-to-HkT to the *;K-MZ.
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2.9. Optional Current Loop Interfaces
NOTE: two-output, " that KD
2.9.1. Optional 4–20 mA DC Outputs
Upon installation "]–%X!> [email protected] "rd $P/N 3015-5152&he MZ "
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a local loop-!!! [BMS‡&.
IMPORTANT: Loop outputs are powered iH)
! the loop card.
NOTE: (!-]-%X!>
"set up "Q
x
x
Loop 1 iR
Loop 2 indicates PPM.
]-%X!>R!K
"'j$!)!!&R!")$&""K
concentrations X-1000 K"]-20 !>f
the ((%9>@( J+K+D"
Loop 1 = Zone
Loop 2 = PPM (Default: 0.016 mA DC = 1 PPM)
Output
Zone
Output
PPM (Default)
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
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0 PPM
63 PPM
125 PPM
188 PPM
250 PPM
313 PPM
375 PPM
438 PPM
500 PPM
563 PPM
625 PPM
688 PPM
750 PPM
813 PPM
875 PPM
937 PPM
1000 PPM
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2.9.2. 4-20 mA DC Connections
E)are connected to the MZ ! . D"
! YY "!. Locate the dual 4–%X!> [email protected]
output connector $&!"!. Secure the wire leads to the connector
!! . @Y!Y !
). ="Y
NOTE: connections "]-%X!>[email protected]!!
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JH(<(>
J
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NOTE: !! the 4-%X!!vH"[email protected]
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H<!xK"! ""!.
NOTE: = f! !l$&!"!
".
Figure 2-10. Optional Dual 4-20 mA DC Output Board for the MultiZone
CAUTION: " ! not K_!"oops !
K_!
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Figure 2-11. Optional Dual 4-20 mA DC Output Board and Connector
2.10. Connecting External Alarms
2.10.1. Overview
K_! "H whose contacts are rated 2 >%[XF>@ $&[>
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+
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2.10.2. Connection
Use the conduit "! YY "!
$see 92-3 13&!"!. Secure the
!!=
connections"Y
Figure 2-12. MZ Monitor Relay Connector
+!! $<(&! $<@& are
rated 2 >%[XF>@ $&[>%[XF>@$&.
Power "! !)%][email protected]
!m>@ !. "!
""!m>@. !"!)
power source.
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bx ") [email protected]&!m>@ $>@
& [email protected]!!x !
@v
bx " or horn vNOx !""! is
"
9-" "R")! used.
" or horn is connected to the v<b<x ")
source [email protected]&!m>@t $>@&.
Figure 2-13. Typical AC External Alarm Relay 1 Wiring
Figure 2-14. Typical DC External Alarm Relay 1 Wiring
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SECTION 3. SETUP PROGRAMMING
3.1. Initial Power Up
=MZ ! is powered up, " panel +Hs ! and a splash screen will appear,
!’"! Note that on CO2 [email protected]
x
!")!%[!"!>"!!, the Warm
Up screen and the MONITOR ON Y.
>"'[-! ! , the MONITOR ON Data Display screen
$>)@"!"!&
3.2. Data Display Screen
Figure 3-1. Data Display Screen and Front Panel Keypad
3.3. Navigating to the 1st Setup Screen
9!HH, press the UP or H(=<Y+D"
) Press ENTER to select this option and the Setup screen $&
Figure 3-2. System Setup Screen #1
3.4. Navigating to the 2nd Setup Screen
9!System Setup Screen #1, select the SYSTEM option System Setup Screen #2. Select the
ESC Y to return to the System Setup Screen #1.
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Figure 3-3. HGM System Setup Screen #2
3.4.1. Location
s is !MZ ! "!'%!
characters.
1. Press the +<+ Yf
2. D
+9b;*Y! "DbH(=<Y
!"
3. Press +<+ ESC 3.4.2.
Number of Zones Installed
IMPORTANT: H!"R [email protected]
!"R !" Yre added or
!;RR
1. Press the +<+ Yf!
2. DDbH(=<Y!"! $!]g'%'j&.
3. +<+ [email protected] 3.4.3. Alarm Acknowledge Mode
"! in the "-
1. Press the +<+ Yf
DDbH(=<Y
>D(
Non-$>!!-R
! &
MANUAL
$>!!R!
condition !Y"Acknowledging Alarms on
35.&
2. Press +<+ [email protected]
3.4.4. Audible Alarm
!""MZ !! 1. Press the +<+ Yf
2. DDbH(=<Y!Y"ult!.
3. Press +<+ ESC 26
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3.4.5. Zone Hold Time
Sets the l"!R!R" is act"'[
! 1 to 999 !
1. Press the +<+ Yf
2. D
+9b;*Y!"DbH(=<Y
!"!
3. Press +<+ [email protected] 3.4.6. Detection Limit
T !K
X 1 to 99 PPM.
1. Press the +<+ Yf
2. DDbH(=<Y!"
3. +<+ [email protected] 3.4.7. Loop2 Factor
K""!%!
"K]9)!"""XX'j!!"'XX !
"[j!> [email protected] current output cannot )%X!> [email protected] "
"
1. Press the +<+ Yf
2. D
+9b;*Y!"DbH(=<Y
!"idual characters.
3. Press +<+ to accept the new [email protected] NOTE: ((K(H+ $"YR K!&
((%9>@( $"K&""!+D!.
@"+<+
3.4.8. Loop Mode
s sets the !"]-%X!>(Q
x
x
YR !$"&
K!.
NOTE: ((K(H+ $"YR K!&
((%9>@( $"K&""!+D!.
@"+<+
In track zones mode K_f_(<+K!
R! K9)!"K_!
Rˆkj`K_(<+K '`!>$Rˆk&[!>
$j` K&)Ri!d"
R<)!!
((%9""$XX'j&
f
((%9>@( J+K+D.
In highest concentration (PPM) mode K_fR
! K"
DYtrack zones mode!f
RK9)!"Rˆk!'%[K
4-20 !>'`!>j!>!'%[K
""R!'%[K
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3.4.9. Re-Zero Mode
!""T!-R
1. Press the +<+ Yf
2. Use DbH(=<Y
>D(
!-R'X!
_(<[email protected]*><;+ !-RR!
, !!!
3. Press +<+ [email protected] 3.5. Navigating to the 3rd Setup Screen
3.5.1. Overview
9!System Setup Screen #2K(+ System Setup Screen #3. Select the
BACK option to return to System Setup Screen #2.
Figure 3-4. System Setup Screen #3
NOTE: RS485 BAUD )is v!x
Mode.
3.5.2. Baud Rate
!" "-]g[!! port.
1. +<+Yf
2. DY".
3. +<[email protected]
3.5.3. Node Address
E!Y ! a distinct node address !"!'j]
1. Press the +<+ Yf
2. D
+9b;*Y!"DbH(=<Y
!"!
3. Press +<+ [email protected]
3.5.4. Password
""!"XXX
protection.
1. Press the +<+ Yf.
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2. D
+9b;*Y!"DbH(=<Y
!"!characters.
3. Press +<+ to accept the new password [email protected]
st
NOTE: >"$' !&K_
!"`X!
3.6. Additional Service Features
K option is located on the !creen !=
K K_"""! "5 !
!in the Service Timeout section .
IMPORTANT: <K !!!r are
! > !"!Data Display Screen. Press the SERVICE MODE ENTRY
option twice within 3 seconds.
)KSERVICE MODE ENTRY option twice within 3 seconds.
"!ˆ` when ! is placed in ser
!=!, "!!, !, and acquire !""ent.
Figure 3-5. System Setup Screen #3 (Service Mode&
3.6.1. Service Timeout
HK. "!K""!"
`XX!$[&" unit.
1. Press the +<+ Yf
2. D
+9b;*Y!"DbH(=<Y
!"!
3. Press +<+ [email protected]
3.6.2. DET Digipot
H;( "manual !f!"!
"HH;( 1. Press the +<+ Yf(
2. Use the UP/H(=<Y!"d
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3.6.3. Node Address
E!Y ! a distinct node address !"!'j]
1. Press the +<+ Yf
2. D
+9b;*Y!"DbH(=<Y
!"!
3. Press +<+ [email protected]
3.6.4. Sensor Temperature Coefficient (For Factory Use Only)
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3.6.5. Password
""!"XXX $&
1. Press the +<+ Ydjust the password.
2. D
+9b;*Y!"DbH(=<Y
!"!characters.
3. Press +<+ to accept the new password [email protected]
3.6.6. Acquiring Temperature Coefficient (For Factory Use Only)
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3.6.7. IR Digipot
s !""!.
3.7. Establishing the CO2 Sensor Baseline
At power up, an auto! R [email protected](2 >!K_
!"[email protected](2 "`gj! *"Q
x
x
m!
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then !!!"!!then
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! $9 3-6&.
@D
Switch
Figure 3-6. Location of CPU Reset Button
WARNING: "@D!)!
)"!
-"K_
@D! 9
!
!!
2. >"!!-!!"
use.
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SECTION 4. GENERAL OPERATION
4.1. Functional Overview
<!MZ ! T"!!!R without user input.
!YMZ ! !!! !
"R"KYY operate
"T!!!""
rates.
!H Y )!'%!
"MZ !"!han one MZ YT
!">!!!!!Y
YH "!"R.
4.2. The Zone Setup Screen
9! System Setup Screen #2, scroll down to select the ZONES option.
Figure 4-1. Zone Setup Screen #1
4.2.1. Location
!MZ ! to ide"!'%!
characters.
1. Press the +<+ Yf
2. D
+9b;*Y!"DbH(=<Y
!"
3. Press +<+ [email protected] 4.2.2. Gas/Refrigerant Type
the Y " the MZ is 1. Press the +<+ Yf#
2. D
+9b;*Y" $(
""!&
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4.2.3. Distance
!"! plus )
)'%XX ".
1. Press the +<+ Yf
2. D
+9b;*Y!"DbH(=<Y
!"idual characters.
3. Press +<+ to accept the new [email protected] 4.2.4. Zone Temperature
the air !at the R!.
1. Press the +<+ Yf
2. D
+9b;*Y!"DbH(=< Y
!"
3. Press +<+ [email protected] 4.2.5. Current Detection Reading
the current PPM ".
4.2.6. Log Interval
MZ "'XX!!"R !"!
"!'']]X !"!Zone Setup Screen #1.
""!'X!" !X!!
recorded in the trend "every measurement cycle""", it will contain
'XX!!"R""T, increase this
!!!! !"!"
R !R!"!
""the Trend Screen !!!
4.3. Navigating to the 2nd Zone Setup Screen
Select the MORE !""_ screen )
! YK""
screen.
Figure 4-2. Navigating from the First to the Second Zone Screen
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4.3.1. Leak Level
KY ! condition.
1. Press the +<+ Yf
2. DDbH(=<Y!"
3. Press +<+ [email protected]
NOTE: lY l! 4.3.2. Spill Level
K ! condition.
1. Press the +<+ Yf
2. DDbH(=<Y!"
3. Press +<+ [email protected]
NOTE: spill l! Y 4.3.3. Evacuation Level
K! condition.
1. Press the +<+ Yf
2. DDbH(=<Y!"
3. Press +<+ [email protected]
NOTE: el! 4.3.4. Re-Setting the Peak PPM Value
YYK !! "
screen.
4.4. Alarms
4.4.1. Functional Overview
"K"R)ed spillY! condition
(MZ !!!! ""R!
conditio>!>
>K
+H on the MZ ! >
)! !! !"".
)!H ""!>
>K
+H > )
alar!!! !"".
! condition !!Y "!!
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4.4.2. Responding to Alarms
>! Alarm Summary Screen. <
>
>K"$Data Display&.
Figure 4-3. Alarm Summary Screen
Alarm Summary Screen "! Y
g))!"!g! , the
K(+!"! additional "!.
+)R!R!K>") indicates an
! Y. >) !Y, "!!.
4.4.3. Alarm Detail Screen
"!, press the +<+ Y Alarm Detail Screen.
Figure 4-4. Alarm Detail Screen
Alarm Detail Screen !!"!"! Q
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x
@! "!
x
; and current [email protected](<@<(=&
x
Yconcentration Y!
x
"!!!, and date.
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" !"Q
ACK
D"Y, aY! )
SETUP DY, to the Zone Setup Screen #1. "
R!to the Trend Screen.
[email protected]"Y!
4.4.4. Acknowledging Alarms
+! !T!!Y!"
!!$"Alarm Ack Mode on p26&Y!
Alarm Detail Screen and select the ACK option J
returned to the Alarm Summary Screen )!Y
!YY!
!.
Figure 4-5. Alarm Summary Screen (Acknowledge Mode)
(! MZ ! Y+H
+H ""d
)!MZ will de->!
Y !Y"!H !(rs,
+H
+H"")!H -
^!!! "K!
thresholds are detected.
4.4.5. Silencing an Alarm
=! [email protected] "YH! and with the
! [email protected]!v++<+(@(<9K
+<@+x=+<+
+>^! $"&
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4.4.6. Clearing the Alarm Event Log
> "%X! !!.
x
9! the Data Display Screen, press the UP or H(=<Y+D
")
x
Press H(=<YAlarm Event Log ENTER to select this
Alarm Event Log $&
Figure 4-6. Accessing the Alarm Event Log
R "!! were associated with each R as
>!R
+9b;*Y
the date ! !condition "
window.
NOTE: >!+ !"+<+
;*.
4.5. System Faults
4.5.1. Functional Overview
"!!"9>D
+H will >)! !
! !"" $Connecting External
Alarms 23 and Audible Alarm on p26&.
)!!H ""!9>D
+H >)! !! !""
$Connecting External Alarms 23 and Audible Alarm 26&
H"", the MZ ! !!!D
non-"MZ ! !"!
!!D"T"MZ ! !
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4.5.2. Navigating to the Fault Screen
HData Display Screen is a Fault option. Scroll down with Y
Fault Screen.
Figure 4-7. Fault Screen
4.5.3.
Critical Faults
Fault
<(9
(=(<_(<+
Code
Description / Possible Causes
‹XgXXŒ
Go to the Data Display Screen 9>D
Y
v<(9
(=x!R""@Y"
Y ! "(Y
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4.5.4.
Non Critical Faults
Fault
Code
Description / Possible Causes
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Reset to Factory Default Settings
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4.5.7. Viewing Fault Log
> "%X" conditions !!. On the Fault Screen, select the LOG option
"".
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he last 20
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ZONES 1 - 8
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4.7.1. Overview
Calibration Screen ftion "" !
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IMPORTANT: @"[email protected]>
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4.7.2. Navigating to the Calibration Screen
On !, @$CAL).
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4.7.3. Calibration Procedure (HGM and AGM Only)
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9>@( !!Y"" !
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3. D
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Because CO2 !!!"@(2 !
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4. DDbH(=<Y!"!
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4.7.6. Programming New Gasses (HGM Only)
>!MZ ! "ases to its on- >"@D(K "9!
Calibration Screen +9b;*@D(K"!". <)
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!"!"=
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4.9. The Diagnostic Screen
4.9.1. Navigating to the Diagnostic Screen
On the System Setup screen, select H$DIAG).
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4.9.2. Diagnostic Screen Overview
Diagnostic Screen "!"""
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Field Name
xxxx 9++
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Description
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SECTION 5. MAINTENANCE
WARNING: YR‚>>@ " "
the !
IMPORTANT: K_!! !H!H
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5.1. Replacement Parts Overview
Part Name
P/N
Description
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K(&
3015-3125
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!"
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3015-5512
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0007-1655
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04-2620
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required.
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Part Name
P/N
@Y
204-0020
Y ! !>@ is not
applied ! )![
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3015-5176
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, disconnect the AC power wi"!!!
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3015-5171
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3015-5595
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3015-5152
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Description
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Replacement Parts
Part
Number
Item Description
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Warning:
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0204-0020
9: Charcoal, Zero Air
3015-3125
9Q*$&
0007-1650
9: +"
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3015-3420
9: End-"-
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3015-2906
9: End-"-line water stop
3015-5512
@9 KY
3015-2969
9Q'X>%[XFv9x
0004-2620
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3015-5176
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0304-2743
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0304-2742
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3015-4572
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3015-5523
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3015-5483
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Part
Number
Item Description
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3015-5522
[email protected]
3015-5524
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3015-5542
5 Port Y$"*;[email protected](2: Zones 1-4 and pp&
3015-5080
4 Port Y $"*;[email protected](2: Zones 1-]&
3015-5072
[K" $">;K#_'-]&
3015-5081
]K" $">;K: Zones 1-]&
3015-5073
Optional Accessories
Part
Number
Item Description
Int"]-%X!>
3015-5152
F9
3015-3849
9_+)^$!"ilters [3015-3411] fY&
3015-5171
9_e End-"-
9^
3015-3411
^$%-&
3015-5404
^$`-&
3015-5405
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3015-4992
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3015-4121
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3015-5530
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3015-4123
Alarms
>bF'%XF>@
3015-3076
Audio-F>!k-%[email protected]"K
3015-5490
Audio-F>!, 9-%[email protected]
3015-5491
>>!k-%[email protected]"K
3015-5492
>>!k-%[email protected]
3015-5493
Annual Maintenance Kits
4 Zone
$[",
'", ', 3 end-"-line water stop "&
3015-5525
8 Zone
$k",
'", ', 3 end-"-line water stop "&
3015-5526
12 Zone $'`", '", ', 3 end-"-line water stop "&
3015-5527
16 Zone $'\", '"
3015-5528
'
3 end-"-line water stop "&
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3015-3850
-'`];@, 100 PPM
3015-3851
-'%`;@, 100 PPM
3015-3852
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3015-3430
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3015-3437
-'%`;F"^
3015-3438
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Part
Number
Item Description
Water Traps
KH=
0007-1655
KH= !9
0007-1656
KH= KY
0007-1657
Communications Kits
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3015-4230
[email protected]!!Kit
3015-4231
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3015-5606
5.3. Troubleshooting
Certain critical " ! Yfb!
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9. DDH(=<fF(
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= [email protected]
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]%XX |X'XX f H;(6 !"!
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51
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APPENDIX A. RECOMMENDED REFRIGERANT GAS ALARM
SETTINGS
Gas
Alarm Settings (PPM)
Leak
Spill
Evacuate
CO2b-744
1500
2000
3000
9>'gg
100
300
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100
*'`X'
Gas
Alarm Settings (PPM)
Leak
Spill
Evacuate
%][9>
100
300
500
500
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100
300
500
300
500
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100
300
500
100
300
500
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100
300
500
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100
300
500
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100
300
500
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100
300
500
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100
300
500
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100
300
500
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100
300
500
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100
300
500
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100
300
500
N1230
100
300
500
]Xk>
100
300
500
<*3b-717
50
150
300
]'X>
100
300
500
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100
300
500
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100
300
500
'%
100
300
500
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100
300
500
%'
100
300
500
]%]>
100
300
500
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100
300
500
]%j>
100
300
500
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100
300
500
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100
300
500
`%
100
300
500
]`g>
100
300
500
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100
300
500
[XX
100
300
500
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100
300
500
[X%
100
300
500
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25
35
50
[X`
100
300
500
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100
300
500
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100
300
500
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100
300
500
[Xg
100
300
500
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100
300
500
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50
150
300
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100
300
500
-744/CO2
1500
2000
3000
%`j9>
100
300
500
P/N: 3015-[X\]8
53
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APPENDIX B. RS-485 COMMUNICATIONS PROTOCOL
B.1. Overview
""MZ Y K!!. ""!!)!"!!
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B.2. MODBUS RTU Protocol
MZ !!!!$!H K!!&-485 ". Because t!"
-485 !v"-)x!"!
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! !!"K(HD"; "!
!. at www.!. "!!
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B.3. MZ MODBUS RTU Operation
B.3.1. Overview
MZ and H T!!T!K(HDD protocol.
D!! K(HD!!!!'5 MZ
!!!Y)!!"!! " data,
$&"!. >K(HD!
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NOTE: !!"!with the
!!"K-Zone.
B.3.2. Protocol Details
A 2 wire -485 "!"!! *"-H)!.
MZ TK(HDD "!"!!.
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!"n. ""MZ ! sends the appropriate
K(HD. "!, !Y!", to insure that
!" are within Y!"MZ.
IMPORTANT: +!!!"Y!
"'j$!&!‘9
>*!!H"""9
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B.3.3. MZ Monitor Polling
>"MZ !!! "
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B.3.4. Network Topologies
MZ !!K(HDY ! Y
!H. In either case, each MZ ! !TH. Up to 15 MZ
!K(HDY.
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to the K(HD!. In other words, it allows the MZ !
K(HDYH Y.
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K_!HvJ+Kxv_(<+
F+=x"HK(HDvx)
$)Xj&
All H screens, )J+K_(<+F+=reens, 'X!!. A"
this, J+K_(<+F+=was last
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B.3.5. Key Comm Protocol Parameters
Parameter
K(HDK
K_
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Parameter
Description
Stop Bits
K)!!!
[email protected]
H"'@"%!
4000 !K_!
8,000 ! K_!H
@@K(HD"
NOTE: All data "!K_vx$
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vx<-"!$!"
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B.3.6. Summary of Registers
Register
Name Number
HEX
Decimal
!H
Status
_H
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H
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H
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16
17
4609-4630
20
21
22
23
24
6400-6401
9
X)XX'9
31
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K
PPM
X)'>))
X)XX'
X)XX'@
X)XX'+
6656-6658
27
28
30
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0-6
Description
b=
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(!!""! and status
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Data Type Abbreviations
C
9
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9
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B.3.7. System Data Register 0x0010 (16 Dec) (R/W, 54 Bytes)
Type
Length
Description
+F
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Variable
UI
9
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UC
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C
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9!
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Variable
Type
Length
Description
'
H"(K"MZ. Xz!K#'z_*K#%
zHK# `z!. DO NOT MODIFY (use zone hold
register or service mode register to change this parameter)
Mode
UC
State
UC
'
H"MZ Current State. Xz#'z!#%z_#`z=!
D][email protected] NOT MODIFY
K
UC
'
Fz'"T". DO NOT
MODIFY
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UC
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UC
'
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UC
'
<!"! . DO NOT MODIFY
UNUSEH
UC
'
D<D+H
@
UC
'
Fz'"]-20 !>. DO NOT MODIFY
9
UI
%
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B.3.9. Fault Code Table
BIT
Fault Type
Code
Description
15
@
<;9>D
X)gXXX
X)gXXX 14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
_+(><;+9>D
(F+><;+9>D
D;+9
(=9>D
_(<+9
(=9>D
>%H9>D
;><+9>D
_+(9
+9>D
@(<9;9>D
D<D+H9>D
%
D<D+H9>D
1
((9>D
]g[9>D
K><9(
H9>D
+<@*9>D
(?9>D
X)]XXX
X)%XXX
X)'XXX
X)XgXX
X)X]XX
X)X%XX
X)X'X0
X)XXgX
X)XX]X
X)XX%X
X)XX'X
X)XXXg
X)XXX]
X)XXX%
X)XXX'
!
;!
<"
<"!
>Y
H"!
@" $"&!
<R Current loop is open
@!! error
"
!"
@! "
B.3.10. Zone Data Register 0x12xx (R/W, 78 Bytes)
+R"MZ has a separate Rone \g. R! is the low
$_'zX)'%X'&.
Variable
Type
Length
Description
Location
C
'`
9OK
UC
'
'`><!H<!"_
"9Y. F"'"Y. DO NOT
MODIFY.
"erant
H
UC
'
'$H+9>D
z'`]&
UI
%
_
$"&$H+9>D
z'XX" ’)`X[!‡&
Zone !
I
%
Concentration
Concentration2
9
9
]
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> !erature [email protected]&$H+9>D
z%[[email protected]&
K$Kb
&DO NOT MODIFY
K$K&DO NOT MODIFY
Set 'Y>!.
>!>Y
UC
'
>!
Y Spill +
YK
Y!
>!!
Not Used
UC
UI
UI
UI
UI
K
K
'
%
%
%
%
'`
'`
'`
%
UI
P/N: 3015-[X\]8
NOTE: K_X>!
$&zXR! !"!
conditionb$YŒŒ ŒŒ&K_
X
>!#Xz!'zY#%z# `z.
Y ! $K&$H+9>D
z'XX&
! $K&$H+9>D
z`XX&
! $K& $H+9>D
z[XX&
*KR
H!"Y$%""!&
H!"! $%""!&
<!"!
$H+9>D
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NOTE: "Recommended Alarm Settings & Gas Enumeration 53.
NOTE: !9!"'`'
'X'!'X!''X'
'X'!'X!''X
unused.
B.3.11. Alarms and Alarm Acknowledge
Multi-Zone ""! Y!> K$
!Y!!&. 9"!v>!x
"MZ !!. !
v>!x" )$" Y&MZ ! to
!. "!"`
1. Non-Latching Mode. !>D(>@^K(H+!
!v'x. !"! condition occurs an MZ !. "
!T!MZ !! MZ
!R!!vx. <!""
!K(HD!. "
"!ntained in the MZ !.
2. Latching Mode with Silence. !>D(>@^K(H+
!vXx. !"! condition occurs, an MZ !eated. In
"!!K(HD!vXx>
>K!
_(<+. !vxMZ ! $!
!>
>K!)&. )!R
!!"!)!
!!v'xMZ. ("!ndition has cleared, no
"T!!
3. Latching Mode without Silence. !>D(>@^K(H+
!vXx. !"! condition occurs, an MZ !. MZ K(HD!v'x >
>K>@^!R. !$!>!&""Re
!!. >>
>K>@^!
!MZ !>
>K!.
NOTE: ">
>K>@^!v'x>
>[email protected](<H(<
$"!Y to spill&>
>K>@^!
!vXxK_
B.3.12. Date Time Register 0x0015 (21 Dec) (R/W, 14 Bytes)
Variable
H!
Type
Length
!
']
Description
@!. "%"
R
!9!"']. ''X'
!'X!''X'X'!'X!
''X"Y.
60
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B.3.13. Sensor Data Register 0x0016h (22 Dec) (R, 82 Bytes)
Type
Length
Pressure
F
F!
>!
)
)F

F
_
)_
YY
YY
>YY
_YY
Noise
AU
>>D
Variable
9
9t
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
UI
9
9
9
9
9
9
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
4
4
4
4
4
4
K
9
4
K
DK
>!DK
9
9
9
4
4
4
Description
K">
F
! on in PSIA
>>!>
[email protected]
)! ( [email protected]
!
( [email protected]
)[email protected]
@YY>bH"!
@YY"!
"!
F!R
@
@
>"
K R$"
!&
K$'!%[@&
K!b $&
K!b!
B.3.14. Release Zone Hold Register 0x0017h (23 Dec) (W, 10 Bytes)
Variable
*
Type
*
Length
*
Description
">D+;+
B.3.15. Hold Zone Register 0x0018h (23 Dec) (W, 10 Bytes)
Variable
_*
Type
*
Length
*
Description
">D+;+
B.3.16. MZ Hold Mode
MZ ! !vxR". "
!"*(
HK+!!H.
Placing the MZ Monitor into hold mode:
1. MZ $X)XX''&
2. K""K(H+!Re hold
!. AR!R
3. YMZ ++KD
++;+
@(KK><H*(
H_(<++;+$X)XX'g&
Releasing the Zone Hold
1. MZ ! $X)XX''&
P/N: 3015-[X\]8
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2. K""K(H+!!!. A
R!RY!!
3. YMZ ++KD
++;+
@(KK><H+
+>+*(
H+;+$X)XX'\&
B.3.17. Fault Log Register 0x1900-01 (6400-6401 Dec) (R, 302 Bytes)
%X! " !!
. %. "%XX
'X%. "!9 H
".
Variable
Type
Length
9
UI
]X
!
K
%jX
Ptr
Unused
UC
UC
'
'
Description
%X!" . +9lt
9"H
!"" occurrence. K"<(+%"_
H
!
Unused
B.3.18. Flow Log Register 0x001F (31 Dec) (R, 142 Bytes)
Variable
Type
Length
9+
UI
]X
9
+
UC
%X
!
UC
8X
Ptr
Unused
UC
UC
'
'
Description
%X!"" +"
R'"_"
%X!"" '"_
"
!b !"%X!"
"!‰'"'kgX
!
Unused
B.3.19. Alarm Log Register 0x1A00-02 (6656-58 Dec) (R, 582 Bytes)
%X!! ! !
. `!"
. X)'>XX%XXX)'>X'
%XXX)'>X%'g'.
Variable
Type
Length
Description
+
UC
320
%X!! . +'"R. Each
R"Xz<>!'z
Y A!%z >!`z+
>!.
!
K
Ptr
Unused
UC
UC
62
260
'
'
!"! . K"<(+%"_H
!
Unused
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B.3.20. Service Mode Register 0x001B (27 Dec) (W, 10 Bytes)
Variable
Type
Length
*
*
K
Description
">D+;+
B.3.21. Release Service Mode 0x001C (28 Dec) (W, 10 Bytes)
Variable
+K
Type
Length
*
*
Description
See desc">D+;+
B.3.22. MZ Service Mode
MZ ! !". H! Y
!!! are opened. !!
"!""!(!!H
.
Placing the unit into Service Mode:
1. MZ $X)XX''&
2. K""K(H+!
!
3. YMZ unit ++KD
+
+;[email protected](KK><[email protected]+K(H++;+$X)XX'&
Releasing the unit from Service Mode:
1. MZ $X)XX''&
2. K""K(H+!!!
3. YMZ unit ++KD
+
+;[email protected](KK><H+
+>[email protected]+K(H++;+$X)XX'@&
B.3.23. PPM Register 0x001E (30 Dec) (R, 32 Bytes)
Variable
PPM
Type
UI
Length
`%
Description
'jDK"r each MZ !
R
NOTE: 'j "!"R installed in the
!TY!R
$!&
B.3.24. Zone Log Registers 0x3xyy (R, 1502 Bytes)
"R data. +R"'XX.
"
!_H
. "R"v)xster address. 9R'
X)`X"R%X)`'. "R
gK(HDD !. "
vx. 9R'X)`XXXX)`XX'
X)`XX%””X)`XX\. "%XX
'X%. >"!"
structure.
P/N: 3015-[X\]8
63
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Variable
Type
Length
)
UI
2
!
K
1300
PPM
UI
200
Description
!""'XX points. "!"Kpe is
"%"R
'XX $%&
B.3.25. MODBUS Exception Responses
"K(HD)s unit.
01
02
06
9
H>
H$(MZ H and the H is
J+K_(<+F+=&
B.3.26. MODBUS Gas Enumeration
"!)!K(HD!""
Refrigerant Gas
64
DEC
HEX
Refrigerant Gas
DEC
HEX
CO2b-744
0
00
[Xg
21
15
<*3b-717
''
'%
%%
%`
''`
'']
'%`
'%]
'`]>
]X'>
]X%>
]X%
]X]>
]07A
]X\@
]Xk>
]'X>
[XX
[X%
[X`
[X\
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
00
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
XH
0E
X9
10
11
12
13
14
*'`X'
]Xg>
9>'gg
%`j9>
N1230
%%\
*9
[email protected]\%
%'
'%[
*'%''
*%]X%
%][9>
]%%>
]%%H
]%\>
*9('%`]J9
]%]>
]%j>
]`g>
`%
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
'H
1E
'9
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
2A
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APPENDIX C. SYSTEM MENU MAP
P/N: 3015-[X\]8
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APPENDIX D. AGENCY APPROVALS
European Standard EN14624Q%XX[-134a $*;K (&.
K '!
K) $'!|'X}&
'XXX!
K) !
'XXXX!
_! "!'XXX!•
‹'%
_! "!'XXXX!•
‹%[seconds
! ""!!!•
–'%
K threshold !)!
'!
[XX!
|'}"
* Based on a minimum tubing length of one foot
P/N: 3015-[X\]8
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APPENDIX E. SERVICE CENTERS
United States
Bacharach, Inc.
j%'*[email protected]
<^A 15068
Phone 724-334-5051
9)Q
724-334-5723
+!Q K!
Canada
"@
%X>!Dˆ\
KY!(
`[]
Canada
Phone: 905-470-8985
9)Q
905-470-8963
+!Q !
Europe
Murco ! – a @!
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ower
H
Co. H
Ireland
Phone: 353 1 284 6388
9)Q
353 1 284 6389
E!Q !
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INDEX
NUMBERS
0007-1650 ..................................................47, 48
0007-1655 ............................................12, 47, 50
0007-1656 ..................................................12, 50
0007-1657 ..................................................12, 50
0204-0020 ........................................................ 48
0304-3235 ........................................................ 47
0304-5111 ........................................................ 48
04-2620 ............................................................ 47
204-0020 .......................................................... 48
3015-2906 ..................................................47, 48
3015-2969 .................................................... 4, 48
3015-3076 ........................................................ 49
3015-3125 ........................................4, 11, 47, 48
3015-3235 ..................................................11, 48
3015-3411 ............................................12, 48, 49
3015-3420 ..................................4, 11, 12, 47, 48
3015-3430 ........................................................ 49
3015-3437 ........................................................ 49
3015-3438 ........................................................ 49
3015-3849 ........................................................ 49
3015-3850 ........................................................ 49
3015-3851 ........................................................ 49
3015-3852 ........................................................ 49
3015-4121 ........................................................ 49
3015-4123 ........................................................ 49
3015-4492 ........................................................ 48
3015-4562 ........................................................ 48
3015-4572 ........................................................ 48
3015-4992 ........................................................ 49
3015-5072 ........................................................ 49
3015-5073 ........................................................ 49
3015-5074 ....................................................... i, 4
3015-5080 ........................................................ 49
3015-5081 ........................................................ 49
3015-5109 ........................................................ 10
3015-5152 ............................................21, 48, 49
3015-5171 ............................................12, 48, 49
3015-5176 ........................................................ 48
3015-5389 ........................................................ 48
3015-5390 ........................................................ 48
3015-5404 ..................................................12, 49
3015-5405 ..................................................12, 49
3015-5483 ........................................................ 48
3015-5490 ........................................................ 49
3015-5491 ........................................................ 49
3015-5492 ........................................................ 49
3015-5493 ........................................................ 49
3015-5512 ........................................4, 12, 47, 48
3015-5521 ........................................................ 48
3015-5522 ........................................................ 49
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3015-5523 ........................................................ 48
3015-5524 ........................................................ 49
3015-5525 ........................................................ 49
3015-5526 ........................................................ 49
3015-5527 ........................................................ 49
3015-5528 ........................................................ 49
3015-5530 ........................................................ 49
3015-5542 ........................................................ 49
4-%X!>[email protected]/loops ......................... 13, 38
" ....................................... 21, 48
A
>%H" .................................................... 37, 59
...................................................... 44
AC input power .... 2, 8, 13, 14, 23, 24, 38, 47, 48
................................................. 9
! ................................ 2
source ....................................................... 2, 13
! ................................................. 13, 23
accessories ....................................... 4, 12, 48-50
a............................................................. 7
Y ! ............... 6, 33, 34, 35, 58
............................................... 5
address ........................ 17, 28, 30, 45, 57, 59, 63
air lines ................................................. 11, 31, 48
t ............................................................ 47
! ........................................................... 13
!$& 4-6, 8, 19, 20, 23, 24, 26, 29, 33-35, 38,
47, 49, 55-60, 62, 63
aY! !ode ........................ 26, 35
.................................... 4, 26, 33, 35, 36
condition ................... 26, 33, 35, 36, 44, 59, 60
detail screen ........................................... 34, 35
....................................................... 36
+H .......................................................... 4, 33
.............................................................. 5
................................................................. 20
!Y ............................... 26
nuisance ......................................................... 5
set points ........................................................ 5
s ................................................... 53, 60
s!!screen ..................................... 34, 35
! ............................................................... 34
Y .......................................... 34
uncleared ...................................................... 34
! ............... 26, 29, 30, 31
! ........................................................ 3
!, CO2 presence......................... 11, 42
! ............................................. 44
annual !aintenance Yits .................................. 49
><b>*>+'[-2007 ........................ 5, 7
>*>+"@`]-2007 ..................... 5, 7
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! ..............................4, 26, 33, 35, 36
B
Bacharach
scenter ............................................. 3, 9
.......................................................... 16
.............................................................. 48
r! .................................. 48
""......................................................... 48
.......................................................... 28
#8762 ......................................... 17
....................................................38, 45, 61
!" ...................................................... 38
Y ........................................................... 37
)!" ................................................... 38
!!! .....5, 8, 15, 17, 18,
21, 55
R ............................................. 19
C
...................................................... 22
.......................................................... 13
@>
" .................................................. 40-44
ca ................................ 18, 20, 41, 42, 45
" ....................................................... 40-44
", ............................................. 41
procedure...................................................... 41
screen ..................................................... 40-43
....................................... 1
@+KY ............................................................. 8
"") .............................................. 20
" .............................. 4, 11, 37, 47-49
! ......................................... 44
..........................................15, 22, 23
Y ............................................... 2, 14
clean air ............................................................ 10
.............................................................. 3
...................................... 19, 25
" ...............................................37, 59
Y ..................................................... 48
COM1 and COM2 ............................................ 19
!!! ............................ 19
!! ................................... 5
! .................................................. 4, 13
concentration .................................................... 44
condensation .................................................... 12
conduit ........................................................13, 23
"" ..................................................38, 59
connections ............................................2, 15, 22
) .................................................. 10
...................................................... 10
.............................................................. 23
! .................................................. 10
! ........................................11, 37, 47
!-! ..................................... 13
"................................................37, 38
74
current loop ............................................... 22, 38
.............................................................. 4
" ............................................................... 22
isolator .......................................................... 22
outputs .................................................... 21, 22
! ......................................................... 32
D
! ................................ 1, 3, 6, 9, 14, 21, 47
! .......................... 13
.......................................................... 9
data d .............................. 25, 29, 37
data point ......................................................... 40
date ............... iii, 8, 34, 36, 39, 40, 48, 57, 60, 62
H%[-to-Hk ...................................... 20
! ................................................... 27
detector connector ........................................... 13
........................... 20, 38, 44, 45
........................................................ 29, 37
! ......................................................... 8
n .................................................... 4
! ............................................ 5
! .............................................. 17
................................................. 9, 14
E
+H!enu ....................................................... 19
electrical connections ........... 9, 13, 14
! ................................. 9, 47
! ........................................................... 4
! .............................................................. 30
EN14624 .......................................................... 67
enclosure ......................... 2, 9, 10, 14, 16, 45, 47
end-"-line " ................................ 4, 12, 47, 49
[email protected] ............................................... 25, 35, 40
.................................................... 4, 47
! .................................... 23, 33, 53, 58, 59
.............................................................. 33
+)" ........................................................... 20
) ............................................ 5, 37, 47
.................................................... 11
!) ...................................... 6, 9, 11, 12
) ................................................. 2, 48
!) .................................................... 32
).................................................... 5
)! .......................... 2
)! .................................. 4, 24, 33, 36
ices, .................................... 4, 23
)! ............................. 21
) ............................... 23, 24
F
"" ............................... 38, 41
"$& .. 4-6, 8, 20, 23, 26, 36-39, 44, 45, 47, 50,
55-59, 62
........................................................... 20, 39
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screen .....................................................37, 39
"$& .................... iii, 4, 5, 11, 12, 37, 47-50, 59
!nt .................................................. 12
! .................................................... 12
"! ............................................... 25
"!!T ........................................... 2, 9
")$!& ....................34, 44
" ....................................................... 19
" .................................................39, 62
"low l ................................................. 39
.......................................................... 39
" ..........................................4, 5, 18, 25
indicator ..........................................4, 5, 18, 25
Y .......................................................... 25
"$& ........................................3, 13, 24, 47, 48
" .....................................................................
G
" .........................................36, 37, 59
............................................................ 13
as l ........................................................... 7
.......................................................... 13
............................................................ 44
as/r"t .......................................... 31
............................................13, 14, 15, 22
;<H!/stud ........................................ 13
.............................................13, 14
H
*;K ............................. 4, 11, 67
*;K`[email protected]" ...................................... 18
K! .................... 27
!.......................................41, 43, 57, 61
horn ............................................................24, 35
! ....................................... 6
h! .............................................................. 8
" ........................................13, 47
I
!............................ 12
"R ....................................... 10
in-" ........................................................ 24
installation ...................... 1, 2, 5, 9, 11-13, 21, 38
! .............................................. 4
Y ............................................. 11
Y$& ...............................................11, 12
condensation ................................................ 12
!) .................................................... 12
/detector .......................................13, 29
r!Yit ............................................. 48
d .......................................................... 30
......................................... 13
............................................... 22
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J
J5 connector .................................................... 13
J6 connector .................................................... 13
f! ...................................................... 22
K
YY$& .............................3, 9, 13-15, 22, 23
L
laptop ......................................................... 19, 20
leY .... 4-6, 19, 23, 26, 33, 42, 53, 58, 59, 60, 62
! ............................................................ 33
.............................................................. 33
+H$& .......................................... 4, 8, 35, 36, 38
! .............................................. 12
LINE 1 .............................................................. 13
LINE 2 .............................................................. 13
line end "ilter..................................... 4, 11, 12, 47
! ..................................................... 12
! ............................................... 12
location ..................... 5, 11, 12, 26, 31, 34, 40, 42
.......................... 20, 32, 36, 39, 40, 60, 63, 64
" ............................................................... 38
.......................................................... 32
........................................... 4
" .................................................... 38, 59
! ........................................................ 27
%" ................................................ 21, 27
M
[email protected] ................................................. 13
! ........................................ 1, 2, 5, 47
!"$& ..........................11-13, 26, 38, 45, 48
pressure ....................................................... 44
!! .............................. 31, 32, 33
! ................................................ 7
!!........................................ 5, 6, 9
!! .................................... 33, 36, 39, 41, 56
!! .................................................. 65, 67
! ...................................... 13
K"+)" ........................................... 20
K(HD ................................... 5, 15, 44, 55, 63
" ......................................................... 44
!! .................................................. 29
!" ...................................................... 3
! ............................................... 11, 12, 47
!, ....................... 12
!
Y.......................................................... 12
cutouts ............................................................ 4
location ..................................................... 9, 10
! .................................................... 4, 10
K_Y ................................................ 17, 55
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<[email protected]@[email protected]! ................................ 13, 14
Y ...... 16, 17, 28, 30, 31, 34, 35, 38, 55, 56
neutral .............................................................. 13
" ............................................... 37
"R ................................................ 37
node address .......................................17, 28, 30
! ................................................ 23
! ................................................... 23
! ................................................. 5
!"R ................................ 26
O
!................................ 44
......................... 44
................................................. 44
outputs.............................................................. 13
......................................... 37
P
password .............................................. 28-30, 56
patent ................................................................. ii
PCMCIA slot ..................................................... 20
PCMCIA-to- ............................. 20
YbK ...................33, 34
Y! .......................................................... 34
! ....................................... 5, 16
Y, ! ......... 6
........................................................15, 22
.........................................................31, 56
+H.................................................... 4, 25
..............................................13, 21
de-R!" ......................... 3
......................................................... 2
K ..............................................34, 45
pressure connector .......................................... 13
pressure sensor ............................................... 38
................................. 20
!! .................................................... 25
................................................... 42
......................................... 2, 14
! ....................................................13, 48, 61
..........................................5, 10, 11, 37
...................................................19, 25
!) ................................................ 6, 11
...................................................11, 39
R
-123 er and "Y ............. 49
-134a and "Y ........... 49
-22 and "Y ............... 49
H .......................... See !HK
HKsetup screen #1 ...................................... 38
! ..................................................... 67
76
...................................................... 44
Y ........................................................ 48
" ..................................... 5, 7, 11, 47, 60
!R ....................................... 5
............................................... 44
........................... 13, 23, 26, 35, 38, 60, 63
connectors .............................................. 13, 23
contacts .................................................... 4, 23
H ..................................................... 6
......................................................... 23
!H Module .. 6, 8, 15, 17, 31, 35, 36,
55, 56
"!K_............................................ 6
!)K_ ...................................... 15
!!T! ............................ 4
repair ........................................................iii, 3, 13
...................................................... 67
!"" ......................................... 5
! ...................................... 47, 48
re-R!.................................................... 28
re-R ............................................ 36, 37
-232 ................................................. 16, 19, 20
....................................................... 19, 20
!!! ........................ 19
" .................................................. 16, 19
output ........................................................... 20
port ........................................................... 5, 19
-485 ............................................................ 28
c, !) ......................................... 17
!! ................................... 38
connector .......................................... 13, 15, 17
" ......................................................... 38, 59
" .......................................................... 5
!! ......................................... 17
............................................................ 15
S
" ............................... 1, 2, 4, 6, 9, 13, 14, 48
!Y ...............9-11, 12, 37, 47, 48
!) ................................................ 9, 12
!! ............................................. 45, 48
!..................................................... 5
!!............................................ 9
!, ................ 5
.................................. 20
SS!Inc. .................................... 20
se...................................... 7, 67
!!! ....................................................... 67
" ........................................................... 8
! .................................... 29, 45
"" ..................................................... 30
serial port connection ....................................... 19
...... ii, 5, 13, 15, 16, 22, 23, 29, 57, 58, 63
centers .......................................................... 71
YY ....................................................... 13
! .......................................... 28, 29, 58, 63
P/N: 3015-5074 8
Multi-Zone Gas Monitors
set points ............................................................ 5
setup................................................................. 25
! ............................................................. 27
setup screen #2 ..........................................28, 38
........................................................ 9, 13
YR ............................................2, 3, 14
! .................................................... 35
!Y .......................................................... 6
" ................................................ 20
solenoid ............................................................ 38
connections .................................................... 4
" ....................... ii, iii, 7, 8, 10, 41, 57
spill .......... 4, 6, 19, 23, 26, 33, 53, 58, 59, 60, 62
! ............................................................. 33
.............................................................. 33
splash screen ................................................... 25
Y .......................................................... 12
T ................................................. 27
stand-! ............................................ 5
) .......................................................... 34
.........................................................24, 35
................................................. 2
switches............................................................ 13
!"s ............................................4, 8, 36
+H ................................................................. 4
....................................................... 38
!!! ......................................65, 67
!$& ........... 21, 27, 29, 41, 44
screen #1 ...................................................... 25
screen #2 ....................................25, 26, 28, 31
screen #3 ................................................28, 29
T
-Y ..................................................... 4
! ........................................................ 8
""...................................................... 29
! ............................................... 44
! ............................................ 38
!!! ........................... 17
! ............................. 22
! ......................................... 13
!$& ...............................................16, 17
tolerance........................................................... 37
! ..................................................... 44
trend .................................. 20, 32, 38, 40, 41, 55
............................................................. 40
data ...................................................20, 40, 41
screen ...............................................32, 35, 40
............................. 8, 11, 12, 45, 47, 48, 67
................................................... 11
........................................................ 11
...................................................... 32, 44
! ....................................................... 11
restrictions ...................................................... 5
twisted shielded pair ........................................ 15
U
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" ................................................. 3
R ................................................... 12
......................................................... 5
UPS .................................................................... 2
! ................................................... 17
USB-to- ............................. 19, 20
V
! ............................................. 44
W
! .................................................. 25
! screen ............................................... 25
....................................... 1
.........................................................iii, 8
-line ...........................................iii
.............................................. 1, 3, 9, 14
washers ............................................................ 13
water stop .................................. 6, 12, 47, 48, 50
............................................................. 16
wet installation area ........................................... 6
= .................................................... 19, 20
"! .......................................... 22
X
)")............................................... 20
Z
R"" ............................................ 37, 59
R! ..................................................... 67
R$& .... 5, 8, 26, 27, 31, 32, 36-40, 48, 56, 57,
58, 59, 63
current .......................................................... 44
!..................................................... 43
! ....................................................... 27
! ............................................................ 34
! ....................................... 27, 34, 57, 59
setup screen ........................... 5, 12, 31, 32, 35
R ...................................................................
....................................................... 12
!)!!!........................................... 4
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P/N: 3015-[X\]8
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