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Instruction Manual
106-300NFX Rev. 4.2
January 2002
World Class 3000
Oxygen Analyzer (CENELEC)
with IFT 3000 Intelligent Field
Transmitter (CENELEC)
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ESSENTIAL INSTRUCTIONS
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Rosemount Analytical designs, manufactures and tests its products to meet many national and
international standards. Because these instruments are sophisticated technical products, you
MUST properly install, use, and maintain them to ensure they continue to operate within their
normal specifications. The following instructions MUST be adhered to and integrated into your
safety program when installing, using, and maintaining Rosemount Analytical products. Failure to
follow the proper instructions may cause any one of the following situations to occur: Loss of life;
personal injury; property damage; damage to this instrument; and warranty invalidation.
• Read all instructions prior to installing, operating, and servicing the product.
• If you do not understand any of the instructions, contact your Rosemount Analytical representative for clarification.
• Follow all warnings, cautions, and instructions marked on and supplied with the product.
• Inform and educate your personnel in the proper installation, operation, and maintenance of the product.
• Install your equipment as specified in the Installation Instructions of the appropriate Instruction Manual and per applicable local and national codes. Connect all products to the
proper electrical and pressure sources.
• To ensure proper performance, use qualified personnel to install, operate, update, program,
and maintain the product.
• When replacement parts are required, ensure that qualified people use replacement parts
specified by Rosemount. Unauthorized parts and procedures can affect the product’s performance, place the safe operation of your process at risk, and VOID YOUR WARRANTY.
Look-alike substitutions may result in fire, electrical hazards, or improper operation.
• Ensure that all equipment doors are closed and protective covers are in place, except
when maintenance is being performed by qualified persons, to prevent electrical shock
and personal injury.
The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice.
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HIGHLIGHTS OF CHANGES
Effective June, 1997 Rev. 4
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Summary
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General. Added snubber version of probe to manual. Text and art
changed as necessary to reflect new style of probe.
Effective February, 1998 Rev. 4.1
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Summary
Page 2-2
Figure 2-1. Change calibration gas tube dimensions.
Page 3-10
Add note on test gas flowmeter.
Effective January, 2002 Rev. 4.2
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Summary
Page 2-13
Updated Figure 2-8.
Page 2-14
Updated analog output current/voltage mode selection procedure.
HIGHLIGHTS OF CHANGES
APPENDIX AX
Effective June, 1997 Rev. 2
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Summary
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General. Added snubber version of probe to manual. Text and art
changed as necessary to reflect new style probe.
Effective February, 1998 Rev. 2.1
Page
Summary
Page A-12
Changed screw torque in paragraph A-3h.
HIGHLIGHTS OF CHANGES
APPENDIX BX
Effective February, 1995 Rev. 1.1
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Summary
B-3
Figure B-3. Updated for IB consistency.
Effective January, 1997 Rev. 1.2
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Summary
Page B-2
Figure B-2. Added fuse locations.
Page B-5
Insert protective cover and ground lead warning.
Page B-8
Insert protective cover and ground lead warning.
Page B-11
Table B-2. Add expanded fuse specifications to replacement parts.
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APPENDIX DX
Effective February, 1995 Rev. 2
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Summary
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General. Updated appendix with new version of MPS.
Effective January, 1997 Rev. 2.1
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Summary
Page D-5
Insert protective cover and ground lead warning.
Page D-7
Insert protective cover and ground lead warning. Add fuse
specifications and clarify fuse replacement.
Page D-11
Add fuse specifications to replacement parts
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APPENDIX EX
Effective February, 1995 Rev. 1.1
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Summary
Page E-4
Figure E-2. Updated for IB consistency.
Page E-7
Figure E-4. Updated Flowchart.
Effective May, 1995 Rev. 1.2
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Summary
Page E-4
Figure E-2. Added callout text “Heater Power Supply (Optional)”.
Effective January, 1997 Rev. 1.3
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Summary
Page E-5
Insert protective cover and ground lead warning.
Page E-9
Insert protective cover and ground lead warning.
Page E-15
Added expanded fuse specifications to replacement parts
HIGHLIGHTS OF CHANGES
APPENDIX JX
Effective January, 1997 Rev. 1.0
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Summary
Page J-4
Insert warning concerning protective equipment covers and safety
ground leads.
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Insert warning concerning protective equipment covers and safety
ground leads.
Instruction Manual
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PREFACE......................................................................................................................... P1
Definitions ......................................................................................................................... P1
Safety Instructions ........................................................................................................... P2
1-0
1-1
1-2
DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................ 1-1
Component Checklist Of Typical System (Package Contents) ....................................... 1-1
System Overview............................................................................................................. 1-1
2-0
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
INSTALLATION .............................................................................................................. 2-1
Oxygen Analyzer (Probe) Installation .............................................................................. 2-1
Intelligent Field Transmitter (IFT) Installation .................................................................. 2-9
Heater Power Supply Installation .................................................................................. 2-16
Multiprobe Test Gas Sequencer Installation ................................................................. 2-20
3-0
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
3-5
3-6
3-7
3-8
3-9
3-10
SETUP AND OPERATION ........................................................................................... 3-1
Overview.......................................................................................................................... 3-1
IFT with GUI and LDP Front Panel Controls and Indicators ........................................... 3-2
Help Key .......................................................................................................................... 3-2
Status Line....................................................................................................................... 3-3
Quick Reference Chart .................................................................................................... 3-3
Main Menu ....................................................................................................................... 3-3
Probe Data Sub-Menu.................................................................................................... 3-6
Calibrate O2 ub-Menu ..................................................................................................... 3-6
Setup Sub-Menu.............................................................................................................. 3-6
System Calibration........................................................................................................... 3-9
4-0
4-1
4-2
4-3
4-4
4-5
LDP OPERATION .......................................................................................................... 4-1
Overview.......................................................................................................................... 4-1
IFT with LDP Front Panel Controls and Indicators .......................................................... 4-1
LDP Displays ................................................................................................................... 4-1
LDP Defaults.................................................................................................................... 4-2
Calibration........................................................................................................................ 4-2
5-0
5-1
5-2
5-3
TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................................... 5-1
Overview.......................................................................................................................... 5-1
Special Troubleshooting Notes........................................................................................ 5-1
System Troubleshooting.................................................................................................. 5-2
6-0
RETURN OF MATERIAL .............................................................................................. 6-1
7-0
APPENDICES ................................................................................................................. 7-1
8-0
INDEX.............................................................................................................................. 8-1
9-0
DRAWINGS AND SCHEMATICS ................................................................................. 9-1
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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Figure 1-1.
Figure 1-2.
Figure 1-3.
Figure 2-1.
Figure 2-2.
Figure 2-3.
Figure 2-4.
Figure 2-5.
Figure 2-6.
Figure 2-7.
Figure 2-8.
Figure 2-9.
Figure 2-10.
Figure 2-11.
Figure 2-12.
Figure 2-13.
Figure 2-14.
Figure 2-15.
Figure 2-16.
Figure 2-17.
Figure 2-18.
Figure 2-19.
Figure 3-1.
Figure 3-2.
Figure 3-3.
Figure 3-4.
Figure 3-5.
Figure 4-1.
Typical System Package ....................................................................................... 1-1
Typical System Installation .................................................................................... 1-5
World Class 3000 Typical Application with Intelligent Field Transmitters CENELEC Approved ............................................................................................. 1-6
Probe Installation ................................................................................................... 2-2
Orienting the Optional Vee Deflector ..................................................................... 2-7
Air set, Plant Air Connection.................................................................................. 2-8
Outline of Intelligent Field Transmitter ................................................................... 2-9
Power Supply Board Jumper Configuration ........................................................ 2-10
IFT Power Supply Board Jumpers....................................................................... 2-11
Wiring Layout for IFT 3000 (CENELEC approved) System without HPS............ 2-12
IFT Microprocessor Board Jumper Configuration................................................ 2-13
IFT Microprocessor Board Jumpers .................................................................... 2-14
Interconnect Board Jumper Configuration........................................................... 2-14
IFT Interconnect Board Output Connections ....................................................... 2-15
Outline of CENELEC Approved Heater Power Supply........................................ 2-16
Wiring layout for IFT 3000 (CENELEC approved) with HPS............................... 2-17
CENELEC Approved Heater Power Supply Wiring Connections........................ 2-19
Jumper Selection Label. ...................................................................................... 2-19
Jumpers on HPS Motherboard ............................................................................ 2-20
MPS Module ........................................................................................................ 2-21
MPS Gas Connections ........................................................................................ 2-22
MPS Electrical Connections ................................................................................ 2-23
IFT with GUI and LDP Front Panel ........................................................................ 3-2
Typical Calibration Setup..................................................................................... 3-11
Portable Rosemount Oxygen Test Gas Kit......................................................... 3-12
Typical Portable Test Calibration Setup .............................................................. 3-13
Typical Automatic Calibration System ................................................................. 3-15
IFT with LDP Front Panel ...................................................................................... 4-1
LIST OF TABLES
Table 3-1.
Table 3-2.
Table 3-3.
Table 3-4.
Table 3-5.
Table 3-6.
Table 4-1.
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Sample HELP Messages....................................................................................... 3-2
Main Menu ............................................................................................................. 3-3
PROBE DATA Sub-Menu. ................................................................................... 3-3
CALIBRATION O2 Sub-Menu ................................................................................ 3-7
SETUP Sub-Menu ................................................................................................. 3-8
Efficiency Constants .............................................................................................. 3-9
LDP Defaults......................................................................................................... 4-3
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PREFACE
The purpose of this manual is to provide information concerning the components, functions, installation and maintenance of this particular oxygen analyzer.
Some sections may describe equipment not used in your configuration. The user should
become thoroughly familiar with the operation of this module before operating it. Read
this instruction manual completely.
DEFINITIONS
The following definitions apply to WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, and NOTES found throughout this
publication.
Highlights an operation or maintenance
procedure, practice, condition, statement, etc. If not strictly observed, could
result in injury, death, or long-term
health hazards of personnel.
Highlights an operation or maintenance
procedure, practice, condition, statement, etc. If not strictly observed, could
result in damage to or destruction of
equipment, or loss of effectiveness.
NOTE
Highlights an essential operating procedure,
condition, or statement.
: EARTH (GROUND) TERMINAL
: PROTECTIVE CONDUCTOR TERMINAL
: RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK
: WARNING: REFER TO INSTRUCTION BULLETIN
NOTE TO USERS
The number in the lower right corner of each illustration in this publication is a manual illustration number. It is not a part number, and is not related to the illustration in any technical
manner.
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IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
FOR THE WIRING AND INSTALLATION
OF THIS APPARATUS
The following safety instructions apply specifically to all EU member states. They should
be strictly adhered to in order to assure compliance with the Low Voltage Directive. NonEU states should also comply with the following unless superseded by local or National
Standards.
1. Adequate earth connections should be made to all earthing points, internal and external,
where provided.
2. After installation or troubleshooting, all safety covers and safety grounds must be replaced.
The integrity of all earth terminals must be maintained at all times.
3. Mains supply cords should comply with the requirements of IEC227 or IEC245.
4. All wiring shall be suitable for use in an ambient temperature of greater than 75°C.
5. All cable glands used should be of such internal dimensions as to provide adequate cable
anchorage.
6. To ensure safe operation of this equipment, connection to the mains supply should only be
made through a circuit breaker which will disconnect all circuits carrying conductors during a
fault situation. The circuit breaker may also include a mechanically operated isolating switch.
If not, then another means of disconnecting the equipment from the supply must be provided
and clearly marked as such. Circuit breakers or switches must comply with a recognized
standard such as IEC947. All wiring must conform with any local standards.
7. Where equipment or covers are marked with the symbol to the right, hazardous voltages are likely to be present beneath. These covers should only be
removed when power is removed from the equipment — and then only by
trained service personnel.
8. Where equipment or covers are marked with the symbol to the right, there is a
danger from hot surfaces beneath. These covers should only be removed by
trained service personnel when power is removed from the equipment. Certain surfaces may remain hot to the touch.
9. Where equipment or covers are marked with the symbol to the right, refer to
the Operator Manual for instructions.
10. All graphical symbols used in this product are from one or more of the following standards: EN61010-1, IEC417, and ISO3864.
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SECTION 1
DESCRIPTION
1-1
COMPONENT CHECKLIST OF TYPICAL
SYSTEM (PACKAGE CONTENTS)
1-2
SYSTEM OVERVIEW
a. Scope
A typical Rosemount World Class 3000 Oxygen
Analyzer (CENELEC approved) with IFT 3000
Intelligent Field Transmitter (CENELEC
approved) should contain the items shown in
Figure 1-1. Record the Part Number, Serial
Number, and Order Number for each component of your system in the table located on the
cover of this manual.
This Instruction Bulletin has been designed to
supply details needed to install, start up, operate, and maintain the Rosemount World Class
3000 Oxygen Analyzer (CENELEC approved)
with IFT 3000 Intelligent FieldTransmitter
(CENELEC approved). The Intelligent Field
Transmitter (IFT) can be interfaced with one
World Class 3000 probe. The IFT provides all
necessary intelligence for controlling the probe
and optional MPS 3000 Multiprobe Gas
Sequencer.
The IFT 3000, Oxygen Analyzer
(Probe), and probe abrasive shield are
heavy. Lifting and carrying procedures
should take account of this weight.
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Multiprobe Test Gas
Sequencer (Optional)
Heater Power Supply
(CENELEC approved)(Optional)
Oxygen Analyzer (Probe)
(CENELEC approved)
System Cable
Mounting Plate with Mounting
Hardware and Gasket
Reference AIR set (optional)
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NOTE
The Rosemount encode sheets (Product Ordering Matrix) allow a customer
to order either the hazardous area version of the IFT 3000 or the nonhazardous area version. The hazardous area version has the symbol
"EExd" on the apparatus nameplate.
The non-hazardous area version does
not. Ensure that if you have received
the non-hazardous version that you do
not install it in a potentially explosive
atmosphere. This also applies to the
hazardous/non-hazardous versions of
the HPS 3000.
b. System Description
The Rosemount Oxygen Analyzer (Probe) is
designed to measure the net concentration
of oxygen in an industrial process; i.e., the
oxygen remaining after all fuels have been
oxidized. The probe is permanently positioned within an exhaust duct or stack and
performs its task without the use of a sampling system.
The equipment measures oxygen percentage by reading the voltage developed
across a heated electrochemical cell, which
consists of a small Yttria-stabilized, Zirconia
disc. Both sides of the disc are coated with
porous metal electrodes. When operated at
the proper temperature, the millivolt output
voltage of the cell is given by the following
Nernst equation:
EMF = KT log10(P1/P2) + C
Where:
1. P2 is the partial pressure of the oxygen
in the measured gas on one side of the
cell,
2. P1 is the partial pressure of the oxygen
in the reference gas on the other side,
3. T is the absolute temperature,
4. C is the cell constant,
5. K is an arithmetic constant.
1-2
Description
For best results, use clean, dry, instrument air (20.95% oxygen) as a reference gas.
When the cell is at operating temperature,
and there are unequal oxygen concentrations across the cell, oxygen ions will travel
from the high partial pressure of oxygen
side to the low partial pressure side of the
cell. The resulting logarithmic output voltage
is approximately 50 mV per decade.
Because the magnitude of the output is
proportional to the logarithm of the inverse
of the sample of the oxygen partial pressure, the output signal increases as the
oxygen concentration of the sample gas
decreases. This characteristic enables the
oxygen analyzer to provide exceptional
sensitivity at low oxygen concentrations.
Oxygen analyzer equipment measures net
oxygen concentration in the presence of all
the products of combustion, including water
vapor. Therefore, it may be considered an
analysis on a "wet" basis. In comparison
with older methods, such as the Orsat
apparatus, which provides an analysis on a
"dry" gas basis, the "wet" analysis will, in
general, indicate a lower percentage of
oxygen. The difference will be proportional
to the water content of the sampled gas
stream.
c. System Configuration
The equipment discussed in this manual
consists of three major components: the
oxygen analyzer (CENELEC approved)
(probe), the intelligent field transmitter
(CENELEC approved) (IFT), and an optional heater power supply (CENELEC
approved) (HPS). The HPS is required
when the cable run between the electronics
and the probe exceeds 45 m (150 ft). There
is also an optional multiprobe test gas
sequencer (MPS), which can be used to
facilitate the automatic calibration of a
multiple probe configuration.
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CENELEC approved probes are available in
three length options, giving the user the
flexibility to use an in situ penetration appropriate to the size of the stack or duct.
The options on length are 457 mm (18 in.),
0.91 m (3 ft), and 1.83 m (6 ft). The probe is
certified EExd IIB T1 [370°C (698°F)] to
CENELEC standards EN50014 and
EN50018.
The IFT contains electronics that control
probe temperature (in conjunction with the
optional HPS) and supply power, and provide isolated outputs that are proportional to
the measured oxygen concentration. The
oxygen sensing cell is maintained at a constant temperature by modulating the duty
cycle of the probe heater. The IFT accepts
millivolt signals generated by the sensing
cell and produces outputs to be used by
remotely connected devices. The IFT output
is isolated and selectable to provide
linearized voltage or current.
The heater power supply CENELEC
approved (HPS) can provide an interface
between the IFT and the probe. The HPS
contains a transformer for supplying proper
voltage to the probe heater. The unit is
certified EExd IIC T6 to CENELEC standards EN50014 and EN50018.
Systems with multiprobe and multiple IFT
applications may employ an optional MPS
3000 Multiprobe Test Gas Sequencer. The
MPS 3000 provides automatic test gas
sequencing for up to four probes and IFTs
to accommodate automatic calibration. The
MPS 3000 must be installed in a nonhazardous, explosive-free environment.
d. System Features
1. Unique and patented electronic cell
protection action that automatically
protects sensor cell when the analyzer
detects reducing atmospheres.
3. User friendly, menu driven operator
interface with context-sensitive on-line
help.
4. Field replaceable cell.
5. Analyzer constructed of rugged 316
LSS for all wetted parts.
6. The intelligent field transmitter (IFT)
can be located up to 45 m (150 ft) from
the probe when used without optional
heater power supply (HPS). When the
system includes the optional HPS, the
HPS can be located up to 45 m (150 ft)
from the probe and the IFT may be located up to 364 m (1200 ft) from the
HPS.
7. All electronic modules are adaptable to
120, 220, and 240 line voltages.
8. Five languages may be selected for
use with the IFT. These are:
English
French
German
Italian
Spanish
9. An operator can set up, calibrate, or
troubleshoot the IFT in one of two
ways:
(a) Optional General User Interface
(GUI). The GUI is housed within
the IFT electronics enclosure and
makes use of an LCD display and
keypad.
(b) Optional LED Display Panel (LDP).
The LED display and a limited
function keypad permit calibration
only.
2. Output voltage and sensitivity increase
as the oxygen concentration decreases.
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e. Handling the Oxygen Analyzer
It is important that printed circuit
boards and integrated circuits are
handled only when adequate antistatic
precautions have been taken to prevent possible equipment damage.
The oxygen analyzer is designed for
industrial application. Treat each
component of the system with care to
avoid physical damage. The probe
contains components made from ceramics, which are susceptible to
shock when mishandled. See Safety
Data Sheets 1M03243, 1M03226, and
1M03296 for safety related information.
NOTE
Retain packaging in which the oxygen
analyzer arrived from the factory in
case any components are to be
shipped to another site. This packaging has been designed to protect the
product.
f.
System Considerations
Prior to installation of your Rosemount
CENELEC approved World Class 3000
Oxygen Analyzer with Intelligent Field
Transmitter make sure that you have all of
the components necessary to make the
system installation. Ensure that all the components are properly integrated to make the
system functional.
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Once you have verified that you have all the
components, select mounting locations and
determine how each component will be
placed in terms of available power supply,
ambient temperatures, environmental considerations, convenience, and serviceability.
A typical system installation is illustrated in
Figure 1-2. Figure 1-3 shows a typical
system wiring. For details on installing the
individual components of the system,
refer to Section 2, Installation.
After selecting the probe mounting location,
provision should be made for a platform
where the probe can be easily serviced.
The intelligent field transmitter (IFT) can be
located up to 45 m (150 ft) cabling distance
from the probe when used without optional
heater power supply (HPS). When the system includes the optional HPS, the HPS can
be located up to 45 m (150 ft) cabling
distance from the probe and the IFT may be
located up to 364 m (1200 ft) cabling
distance from the HPS.
A source of instrument air is required at the
probe for reference gas use. Since the
probe is equipped with an in-place calibration feature, provision should be made for
connecting test gas tanks to the oxygen
analyzer when the probe is to be calibrated.
If the test gas bottles will be permanently
hooked up, a check valve must be connected to the calibration gas fitting on the
probe junction box. This is to prevent
breathing of calibration gas line and subsequent gas condensation and corrosion. The
check valve is in addition to the stop valve
in the test gas kit or the solenoid valve in
the multiprobe test gas sequencer units.
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GASES
STANDARD
DUCT
STACK
CALIBRATION
GAS
ADAPTER
PLATE
OXYGEN
ANALYZER
EExd IIB T1
(370°C) (PROBE)
INSTRUMENT
AIR SUPPLY
(REF. GAS)
PRESSURE
REGULATOR
HEATER POWER
SUPPLY EExd IIC T6
FLOWMETER
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LINE
VOLTAGE
INTELLIGENT
FIELD TRANSMITTER
EExd IIB T6
GASES
OPTIONS
DUCT
STACK
ADAPTER
PLATE
*MULTIPROBE TEST
GAS SEQUENCER
(NON-HAZARDOUS AREA)
OXYGEN ANALYZER
EExd IIB T1 (370°C)
(PROBE)
TEST GAS 1
TEST GAS 2
INST. AIR
SUPPLY
CALIBRATION
GAS
REFERENCE AIR
HEATER POWER
SUPPLY EExd IIC T6
}
*NOTE: THE MPS 3000 MUST BE
INSTALLED IN A NON-HAZARDOUS
EXPLOSIVE FREE ENVIRONMENT.
LINE
VOLTAGE
INTELLIGENT
FIELD TRANSMITTER
EExd IIB T6
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(OPTIONAL)
2-Conductor T/C
Wire [46 (150) max]
(optional)
Line Voltage
4 Twisted Pair Plus 2 Twisted Pair
for Options [366 (1200) max]
Stack Thermocouple
(optional)
Line Voltage
7-Conductor Cable
[46 (150) max]
HPS 3000
HPS 3000
Explosion Proof
Required only for
Hazardous Area
Applications, otherwise
use NEMA 4X.
Lengths Exceeding
150 feet.
IFT 3000
Intelligent Field Transmitter
World Class 3000
Probe
Line Voltage
100 to 120 Volt
220 to 240 Volt
(OPTIONAL)
Line Voltage
5 Conductor
[305 (1000) max]
*MPS 3000
2-Pneumatic Lines
by Customer
[91 (300) max]
TEST GAS
SEQUENCER
Modular Design
Up to 4 Probes
Test Gas
by
Customer
Line Voltage
[HPS not required for lengths of less than 46 (150) max]
World Class 3000
Probe
7-Conductor Cable
[46 (150) max]
Stack Thermocouple
(optional)
IFT 3000
2-Conductor T/C
Wire [46 (150) max]
(optional)
Intelligent Field Transmitter
Line Voltage
100 to 120 Volt
220 to 240 Volt
*NOTE 1: THE MPS 3000 MUST BE INSTALLED
IN A NON-HAZARDOUS EXPLOSIVE FREE
ENVIRONMENT.
NOTE 2: ALL DIMENSIONS APPEAR IN METERS
WITH FEET IN PARENTHESES.
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SECTION 2
INSTALLATION
2
2-1
OXYGEN ANALYZER (PROBE)
INSTALLATION
Before probe installations, consult
probe Safety Data Sheet 1M03226.
The probe and probe abrasive shield
are heavy. Use proper lifting and
carrying procedures to avoid
personnel injury.
Install all protective equipment covers
and safety ground leads after installation. Failure to install covers and
ground leads could result in serious
injury or death.
a. Selecting Location
1. The location of the probe in the stack
or flue is most important for maximum
accuracy in the oxygen analyzing process. The probe must be positioned so
that the gas it measures is representative of the process. Best results are
normally obtained if the probe is positioned near the center of the duct (40
to 60% insertion). A point too near the
edge or wall of the duct may not provide a representative sample because
of the possibility of gas stratification. In
addition, the sensing point should be
selected so that the process gas temperature falls within a range of 10° to
704°C (50° to 1300°F). Figure 2-1
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provides you with mechanical installation references.
2. Check the flue or stack for holes and
air leakage. The presence of this
condition will substantially affect the
accuracy of the oxygen reading.
Therefore, either make necessary
repairs or install the probe upstream
of any leakage.
3. Ensure that the area is clear of
obstructions internal and external that
will interfere with installation. Allow
adequate clearance for removal of
probe (Figure 2-1).
Do not allow the temperature of the
probe junction box to exceed 150°C
(302°F) or damage to the unit may
result. If the probe junction box temperature exceeds 150°C (302°F), the
user must fabricate a heat shield or
provide adequate cooling air to the
probe junction box.
b. Mechanical Installation
1. Ensure that all components are available for installation of the probe. Check
the ceramic filter to ensure that it is not
damaged and that the system cable is
the required length.
2. The probe may be installed intact as it
is received. It is recommended that you
disassemble the adapter plate for each
installation.
3. Weld or bolt adapter plate (Figure 2-1)
onto the duct.
Installation
2-1
2-2
Installation
NOTE:
170
(6.693)
4 HOLES EQ
SP ON B.C. DIA
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A
A
1.57 (0.062)
THK GASKET
(P/N 1M03237H01)
2126
(83.7)
1209
(47.6)
755
(29.7)
DIM
"B"
110 (4.33)
200 (7.87)
B
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION
B
DIM "B"
REMOVAL ENVELOPE
(ROTATED 90o CCW)
INSTALL WITH CONNECTIONS
AT BOTTOM
INTERNAL EARTH
(TERMINAL 6) VIEW B-B
EXTERNAL EARTH
(HARDWARE)
1831
(72.09)
913
(35.95)
459
(18.07)
DIM
"A"
CENELEC APPROVED WORLD CLASS PROBE WITH SNUBBER DIFFUSOR
76 (3.0)
DIA MAX
DIM "A"
1U05680G03
6 FT PROBES
1U05680G02
3 FT PROBES
1U05680G01
18 IN. PROBES
DIMENSIONS
MM
(IN.)
TABLE II. REMOVAL/INSTALLATION
106-300NFX Rev. 4.2
January 2002
BOTTTOM VIEW
18
(0.708)
HOLE SIZE
DIA
DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS WITH
INCHES IN PARENTHESES UNLESS
OTHERWISE INDICATED.
VIEW A-A
210
(8.25)
FLANGE
DIA
PROCESS FLOW MUST BE IN
THIS DIRECTION WITH RESPECT
TO VEE SHIELD WHEN USING
OPTIONAL CERAMIC DIFFUSOR.
DIN
DIMENSIONS
MM
(IN.)
TABLE I. MOUNTING FLANGE
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Figure 2-1. Probe Installation (Sheet 1 of 5)
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843
(33.2)
1762
(69.4)
3 FT PROBE 1U05680G05
SHIELD 1N04966H02
6 FT PROBE 1U05680G06
SHIELD 1N04966H03
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REF, VENT,
AND CAL GAS
CONNECTIONS
378
(14.9)
DIM "D"
(REMOVAL
ENVELOPE)
CHECK
VALVE
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION
SEE SHEET 1
FOR CONNECTION
DETAILS
NOTE: DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS
WITH INCHES IN PARENTHESES
UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED.
ABRASIVE SHIELD INSTALLATION WITH CENELEC APPROVED WORLD CLASS 3000
2144
(84.4)
1224
(48.2)
769
(30.3)
DIM "D"
(REMOVAL
ENVELOPE)
World Class 3000
DIFFUSOR/DUST
SEAL HUB
(P/N 1U05677G03)
178
(7.00)
387
(15.3)
18 IN. PROBE 1U05680G04
SHIELD 1N04966H01
1.52 (0.06) THK GASKET
(P/N 4507C52H03)
FURNISHED IN
HARDWARE PACKAGE
DIM "C"
DIM
"C"
DIMENSIONS
MM
(IN.)
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION
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2
23800007
Figure 2-1. Probe Installation (Sheet 2 of 5)
Installation
2-3
2-4
Installation
NOTE:
170
(6.693)
4 HOLES EQ
SP ON B.C. DIA
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Figure 2-1. Probe Installation (Sheet 3 of 5)
BOTTTOM VIEW
1.57 (0.062)
THK GASKET
(P/N 1M03237H01)
2126
(83.7)
1209
(47.6)
755
(29.7)
DIM
"B"
110 (4.33)
200 (7.87)
B
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION
B
DIM "B"
REMOVAL ENVELOPE
(ROTATED 90o CCW)
INSTALL WITH CONNECTIONS
AT BOTTOM
INTERNAL EARTH
(TERMINAL 6) VIEW B-B
EXTERNAL EARTH
(HARDWARE)
1926
(75.83)
1008
(39.68)
554
(21.81)
DIM
"A"
OPTIONAL CERAMIC DIFFUSOR WITH VEE DEFLECTOR
76 (3.0)
DIA MAX
DIM "A"
1U05680G03
6 FT PROBES
1U05680G02
3 FT PROBES
1U05680G01
18 IN. PROBES
DIMENSIONS
MM
(IN.)
TABLE II. REMOVAL/INSTALLATION
106-300NFX Rev. 4.2
January 2002
A
A
DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS WITH
INCHES IN PARENTHESES UNLESS
OTHERWISE INDICATED.
VIEW A-A
18
(0.708)
HOLE SIZE
DIA
PROCESS FLOW MUST BE IN
THIS DIRECTION WITH RESPECT
TO VEE SHIELD.
210
(8.25)
DIN
FLANGE
DIA
DIMENSIONS
MM
(IN.)
TABLE I. MOUNTING FLANGE
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M-20 x 2.5
"C"
THREAD
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"C"
"B"
8 THREADED HOLES
EQUALLY SPACED ON
189.992 (7.48) DIA B.C.
"A"
22.5o
M-16 x 2
170
(6.7)
"B"
THREAD
"C"
DIA
82.5 (3.25)
DIA
"C" DIA
4 STUDS, LOCKWASHERS,
AND NUTS, EQUALLY
SPACED ON "C" DIA B.C.
"A"
MOUNTING PLATE FOR
CENELEC WORLD CLASS 3000
PROBE INSTALLATIONS
SEE SHEET 1.
215
(8.5)
DIN
"A"
DIMENSIONS
MM
(IN.)
TABLE IV. MOUNTING PLATE:
PROBE TO STACK
(NEW INSTALLATIONS)
"A"
World Class 3000
NOTE: DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS
WITH INCHES IN PARENTHESES
UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED.
"A"
100
(3.94)
"B"
DIA
MOUNTING PLATE FOR
18 IN., 3 FT AND 6 FT
ABRASIVE SHIELD INSTALLATIONS
SEE SHEET 2.
235
(9.25)
DIN
"A"
DIMENSIONS
MM
(IN.)
TABLE III. MOUNTING PLATE:
ABRASIVE SHIELD TO STACK
(NEW INSTALLATIONS)
MOUNTING PLATE OUTLINE
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Figure 2-1. Probe Installation (Sheet 4 of 5)
Installation
2-5
Instruction Manual
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INSTALLATION FOR METAL
WALL STACK OR DUCT
CONSTRUCTION
INSTALLATION FOR MASONRY
WALL STACK CONSTRUCTION
13 (0.50)
13 (0.50)
BOLT ADAPTOR
PLATE TO OUTSIDE
WALL SURFACE
FIELD WELD
PIPE TO
ADAPTOR PLATE
95 (3.75)
MTG HOLES
SHOWN ROTATED
22.5o OUT OF
TRUE POSITION
MIN DIA HOLE
IN WALL
STACK OR DUCT
METAL WALL
MTG HOLES
SHOWN ROTATED
22.5o OUT OF
TRUE POSITION
PIPE 4.00 SCHED 40
PIPE SLEEVE (NOT
BY ROSEMOUNT)
LENGTH BY CUSTOMER
JOINT MUST
BE AIRTIGHT
WELD OR BOLT
MOUNTING PLATE TO
METAL WALL OF STACK
OR DUCT. JOINT MUST
BE AIR TIGHT.
114 (4.50)
O.D. REF
MASONRY
STACK WALL
OUTSIDE WALL
SURFACE
NOTE:
ALL MASONRY STACK WORK AND JOINTS EXCEPT
MOUNTING PLATE NOT FURNISHED BY ROSEMOUNT.
ABRASIVE SHIELD MOUNTING
BOLT MOUNTING
PLATE TO OUTSIDE
WALL SURFACE
FIELD WELD
PIPE TO
ADAPTOR PLATE
102 (4.0)
O.D. REF
82.5 (3.25)
MIN DIA HOLE
IN WALL
STACK OR DUCT
METAL WALL
WELD OR BOLT MOUNTING
PLATE TO METAL WALL
OF STACK OR DUCT.
JOINT MUST BE AIR TIGHT.
PIPE 3.5 SCHED 40
PIPE SLEEVE (NOT
BY ROSEMOUNT)
LENGTH BY CUSTOMER
JOINT MUST
BE AIRTIGHT
MASONRY
STACK WALL
OUTSIDE WALL
SURFACE
PROBE MOUNTING
P00007
Figure 2-1. Probe Installation (Sheet 5 of 5)
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4. If using the optional ceramic diffuser
element, the vee deflector must be correctly oriented. Before inserting the
probe, check the direction of flow of the
gas in the duct. Orient the vee deflector
on the probe so that the apex points
upstream toward the flow (Figure 2-2).
This may be done by loosening the
setscrews, and rotating the vee deflector to the desired position.
Retighten the setscrews.
5. In horizontal installations, the probe
cover should be oriented so that the
system cable drops vertically from the
probe cover. In a vertical installation,
the system cable can be oriented in
any direction.
6. If the system has an abrasive shield,
check the diffusion element dust seal
packings. The joints in the two packings must be staggered 180°. Also,
make sure that the packings are in the
hub grooves as the probe slides into
the 15° forcing cone in the abrasive
shield.
NOTE
If process temperatures will exceed
1000°F (538°C), use anti-seize compound on stud threads to ease future
removal of probe.
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GAS FLOW
DIRECTION
APEX
2
VEE
DEFLECTOR
CERAMIC
DIFFUSION
ELEMENT
FILTER
VEE
DEFLECTOR
SETSCREW
23800008
Figure 2-2. Orienting the Optional Vee Deflector
7. Insert the probe through the opening in
the mounting flange and bolt the unit to
the flange.
8. Ensure that probe is properly earthed
by way of both the internal and external
points.
9. Ensure that the installation does not
obscure the messages on either the
probe nameplate or the junction box
lid.
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c. Reference Air Package
maximum at 56.6 L/hr (2 scfh) maximum; supplied by one of the following
(less than 40 parts-per-million total hydrocarbons).
After the oxygen analyzing (probe) unit is
installed, connect the reference gas air set
to the probe cover. The reference gas air
set should be installed in accordance with
Figure 2-3.
(a) Instrument air - clean, dry.
(b) Bottled standard air with step-down
regulator.
d. Service Required.
1. Power input: 44 VAC from HPS 3000
or IFT 3000.
(c) Bottled compressed gas mixture
(20.95% oxygen in nitrogen).
2. Compressed air: 68.95 kPa (10 psig)
minimum, 1551.38 kPa (225 psig)
(d) Other equivalent clean, dry, oil-free
air supply.
0.125-27 NPT FEMALE
OUTLET CONNECTION
1
2
OUTLET
79.25 (3.12) MAX
57.15 (2.250)
3
122.17 (4.81)
FLOW SET
POINT KNOB
NOTE: DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS
WITH INCHES IN PARENTHESES.
0.25-18 NPT FEMALE
INLET CONNECTION
30.22
(1.19)
DRAIN VALVE
50.80
(2.0)
38.10
(1.50)
215.90 MAX
(8.50)
2 MOUNTING HOLES
81.03 (3.19) LG
THROUGH BODY FOR
7.92 (0.312) DIA BOLTS
254 REF
(10.0)
6 (0.250) OD
TUBE COMPRESSION
FITTING (SUPPLIED BY WECO)
TO PROBE
JUNCTION BOX
1
FLOWMETER
2
2" PRESSURE GAGE
0.2-2.0 SCFH 771B635H02
0-15 PSIG
275431-006
3
COMBINATION FILTER-REG.
0-30 PSIG
4505C21G01
COMPRESSED AIR SUPPLY
10-225 PSIG MAX PRESSURE
6 (0.250) OD TUBING
(SUPPLIED BY CUSTOMER)
REF GAS SET
263C152G01
NOTE: DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS
WITH INCHES IN PARENTHESES.
SCHEMATIC HOOKUP FOR REFERENCE AIR SUPPLY ON OXYGEN ANALYZER PROBE HEAD.
17300016
Figure 2-3. Air set, Plant Air Connection
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INTELLIGENT FIELD TRANSMITTER (IFT)
INSTALLATION
The IFT 3000 is heavy. Lifting and carrying procedures should take account
of this weight.
The Rosemount Encode Sheet (Product Ordering Matrix) allows a customer
to order either the hazardous area version of the IFT 3000 or the nonhazardous area version. The hazardous area version has the symbol
"EExd" on the apparatus nameplate.
The non-hazardous area version does
not. Ensure that if you have the nonhazardous area version that you do
not install it in a potentially explosive
environment. This warning applies
equally to the hazardous area and
non-hazardous area versions of the
HPS 3000.
2
a. Mechanical Installation
The outline drawing of the IFT module
(CENELEC approved) in Figure 2-4 shows
mounting centers and clearances. The enclosure is designed to be mounted on a
wall. The IFT should be installed no more
than 364 m (1200 ft) from the optional HPS
or 45 m (150 ft) from the probe if HPS is not
installed in the system. Ambient temperature must be between 0°C and 50°C (32°F
and 122°F).
NOTE
Fuse specifications are included in
Figure 2-4.
Before IFT 3000 Installation, consult
Safety Data Sheet 1M03296.
310 (12.2)
18 (0.7)
270 (10.6)
300
(11.8)
EXTERNAL
EARTH
320
(12.6)
225
(8.9)
350
(13.8)
FUSES
INTERNAL
EARTH
350 (13.8)
NOTES: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS WITH INCHES IN PARENTHESES UNLESS
OTHERWISE INDICATED.
FUSES SHOWN (F3 THROUGH F6) ARE 5 AMP, ANTI-SURGE, TYPE T TO IEC127
(ROSEMOUNT PART NUMBER 1L01293H02). IF INTERNAL HEATER IS INSTALLED,
TWO ADDITIONAL 5 AMP FUSES (F1 AND F2) ARE USED.
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Figure 2-4. Outline of Intelligent Field Transmitter
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World Class 3000
JUMPER
CONFIGURATION
ALWAYS DISCONNECT LINE VOLTAGE
FROM INTELLIGENT FIELD TRANSMITTER
BEFORE CHANGING JUMPERS.
JUMPER
(INSTALL)
PROBE HEATER
VOLTAGE SELECTION
JUMPER
(INSTALL)
120 V.A.C.
JM8, JM7, JM1
WORLD CLASS PROBE (44V)
JM10
220 V.A.C.
JM6, JM5, JM2
240 V.A.C.
JM6, JM5, JM1
LINE VOLTAGE
SELECTION
P00010
If you reconfigure the equipment for a line voltage other than the one marked on the serial
label and the mains filter of the power supply then you should change the marking on the
serial label and the mains filter to state the new line voltage.
If incorrect heater voltage is selected, damage to the probe may occur. For HPS voltage
selection jumper, refer to Figure 2-15.
Figure 2-5. Power Supply Board Jumper Configuration
b. Electrical Connections
1. The IFT can be configured for 100,
120, 220, or 240 line voltages. For 120
Vac usage, install JM8, JM7, and JM1.
For 220 Vac usage, install jumpers
JM6, JM5, JM2 (refer to Figure 2-5 and
Figure 2-6).
If you reconfigure the equipment for a
line voltage other than the one marked
on the serial label and the mains filter
of the power supply you should
change the marking on the serial label
and the mains filter to state the new
line voltage.
2. The IFT can be configured to connect
directly to a probe or to an optional
HPS. The electrical connections for a
non-HPS equipped system should be
made as described in the electrical installation diagram, Figure 2-7.
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Installation
Do not install jumper JM6 on the microprocessor board, or JM1 on the interconnect board, if an HPS is
installed in the system. This will result
in system failure.
3. The IFT must have JM6 on the microprocessor board (Figure 2-8 and Figure
2-9) and JM1 on the interconnect
board (Figure 2-10 and Figure 2-11)
installed if an HPS is not installed in
the system.
4. If an MPS is not used in the system,
wire jumper between CAL RET and NO
GAS must be installed on the interconnect board. Remove wire jumper if
MPS is installed in the system. Refer to
Figure 2-7, note 6.
5. The power cable should comply with
the safety regulations in the user's
country and should not be smaller than
16 gauge, 3 amp.
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2
!
THIS TERMINAL BLOCK
IS A 44VAC OUTPUT
SPECIFICALLY FOR
POWERING THE
WC 3000 PROBE.
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Figure 2-6. IFT Power Supply Board Jumpers
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HEATER
3D3911BG REV
BK
GN
}
MICROPROCESSOR BOARD
BK
YE CHROMEL
RD ALUMEL
GN CELL -VE
OR CELL +VE
PROBE INTERIOR
LG. BR
BL
GN/YE
RD
GN
WH
SM. BR
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
3D39122G REV
J1
POWER SUPPLY BOARD
JM6 JM5
ALWAYS DISCONNECT LINE VOLTAGE
FROM INTELLIGENT FIELD TRANSMITTER
BEFORE CHANGING JUMPERS.
PROBE JUNCTION
BOX WIRING
JUMPER CONFIGURATION
LINE
VOLTAGE
JUMPER
SECTION
(INSTALL)
120 V.A.C. JM8, JM7, JM1
220 V.A.C. JM6, JM5, JM2
240 V.A.C. JM6, JM5, JM1
J1
3D39120G REV
INTERCONNECT BOARD
J2
JUMPER
PROBE HEATER
VOLTAGE SECTION (INSTALL)
WORLD CLASS PROBE JM10
218 PROBE
JM9
J3
J4
J5
WC 3000 PROBE
(CENELEC APPROVED)
CAL RET
NO GAS
J6
J6
J5
SHIELD
STACK TC STACK TC +
J7
LO GAS
HI GAS
IN GAS
SHIELD
J8
SHIELD
GN PROBE TC RD PROBE TC +
SHIELD
WH PROBE MV SM.BR PROBEMV+
H R E
L N E
J9
LINE
VOLTAGE
JM1
LG. BR
BL
GN/YE
SHIELD
SM. BR
WH
GN
RD
INTELLIGENT FIELD
TRANSMITTER IFT3000
NOTES
5 CONDUCTOR SHIELDED CABLE
PER PROBE #16 AWG BY CUSTOMER
STACK TC WIRING AS REQUIRED
IF MPS 3000 NOT USED
1 RELAY PER PROBE AVAILABLE FOR
CALIBRATION STATUS INDICATION
(48 V max, 100 mA max)
CABLE COLORS SHOWN HERE APPLY TO
ROSEMOUNT SUPPLIED SPECIAL CABLE FITTED
WITH EExd GLANDS
(P/N 1U03066)
NC C NO
NC C NO
NC C NO
J8
LO GAS
NO GAS
IN CAL
PROBE 4
CAL RET
HI GAS
LO GAS
J6 J7
NO GAS
IN CAL
CAL RET
HI GAS
LO GAS
NO GAS
IN CAL
3D39064G REV
PROBE 2
PROBE 3
J4 J5
CAL RET
HI GAS
J2 J3
LO GAS
N
J10
NO GAS
IF STACK TEMPERATURE NOT USED
PROBE 1
IN CAL
INSTALL JM6 ON MICROPROCESSOR BOARD
HI GAS
INSTALL JM1 ON INTERCONNECT BOARD
LINE OUT J1
L
CAL RET
SPECIAL PROBE CABLE BETWEEN PROBE AND
IFT BY ROSEMOUNT (FITTED WITH EExd
GLANDS)
LINE IN J9
L
L
E LINE
N
N
VOLTAGE
NC C NO
J11
J13
J14
J15
J16
J17
J18
J12
J19
J20
J21
J22
PROBE 1
PROBE 2
PROBE 3
PROBE 4
MPS TERMINATION BOARD
MPS3000 MULTI GAS SEQUENCER (OPTIONAL)
35870007
Figure 2-7. Wiring Layout for IFT 3000 (CENELEC approved) System without HPS
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CURRENT/VOLTAGE
SELECTOR SWITCH
TO I/O
BOARD
JM7
JM7
J4
2
SW1
JM6
+30VISO-C GNDC +5VISO-C
TP7
TP1
-5V
J3
TO
POWER
SUPPLY CARD
J1
J2
TP2
+15V
TP8
+5V
TP3
-15V
TP4
TP5
TP6
JM6
TO GUI CARD
TO LDP CARD
3D39513G REV
29850004
Figure 2-8. IFT Microprocessor Board Jumper Configuration
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OUTPUT
JUMPER
HPS
Probe (No HPS)
Remove JM6
Install JM6
(See Figure 2-8 for jumper locations.)
Figure 2-9. IFT Microprocessor Board Jumpers
OUTPUT
JUMPER
HPS
Probe (No HPS)
Remove JM1
Install JM1
Figure 2-10. Interconnect Board Jumper
Configuration
6. Before supplying power to the IFT, verify that the jumpers have been properly
set in the IFT, Figure 2-5, Figure 2-8,
and Figure 2-10.
7. Terminal strip J5 on the power supply
board is used for supplying the IFT with
power. Terminal strip J6 on the power
supply board is used to supply the
probe heater with power if an HPS is
not used (Figure 2-6).
8. Ensure that the IFT 3000 is properly
earthed by way of both the internal and
external earthing hardware.
c. Analog Output and Relay Output
Connections
1. The microprocessor board has a
switch to select voltage or current operations. Figure 2-8 shows the switch
location. In voltage mode, output is 010 V. In the current mode, the output
can be configured from the setup menu
to be 0-20 mA or 4-20 mA.
2. The analog output and relay outputs
are programmed by the user as
needed. The analog output is typically
sent to recording equipment such as
chart recorders. Relay outputs are typically sent to annunciators.
3. Relays K1 and K2 are user configurable from the PROBE SETUP submenu (Table 3-5). Typically these are
used to indicate O2 values above or
below specified tolerances. OK relay is
energized when unit is functioning
properly.
4. All wiring must conform to local and
national codes.
5. Connect the analog output and relay
outputs as shown in Figure 2-11.
9. Ensure that the installation does not
obscure the message on either the IFT
nameplate or the IFT lid.
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NOTES:
2
DENOTES SHIELD CONNECTION.
OK RELAY IS ENERGIZED WHEN
UNIT IS FUNCTIONING PROPERLY.
24
OK-NC 23
22
K1-NC 21
20
K2-NC 19
CAL INIT-2
CAL INIT-1
CALRET
NOGAS
LOGAS
HIGAS
INCAL
RELAY-
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
TRIAC-
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
TRIAC+
1
RELAY+
AD590AD590+
24
23
22
21
20
19
OK-COM
OK-NO
K1-COM
K1-NO
K2-COM
K2-NO
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11 ANOUT10 ANOUT+
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
STACK T/C
STACK T/C
PROBE T/C
PROBE T/C
PROBE MV-
1 PROBE MV+
JM1
(UNDER
SHIELD)
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264.0
(10.39)
HEATER POWER SUPPLY INSTALLATION
The Rosemount encode sheets (Product Ordering Matrix) allow a customer
to order either the hazardous area version of the HPS 3000 or the nonhazardous area version. The hazardous area version has the symbol
"EExd" on the apparatus nameplate.
The non-hazardous area version does
not. Ensure that if you have received
the non-hazardous version that you do
not install it in a potentially explosive
atmosphere. This also applies to the
hazardous/non-hazardous version of
the IFT 3000.
253
(9.96)
216.0
(8.50)
233
(9.17)
EExd IIC T6
ENCLOSURE
14.22 (0.56) DIA
MTG HOLE (2 PLS)
157
(6.18)
120
(4.72)
Before HPS installation, consult Safety
Data Sheet 1M03243.
a. Mechanical Installation
The outline drawing of the CENELEC approved heater power supply enclosure in
Figure 2-12, shows mounting centers and
clearances. The CENELEC approved enclosure is designed to be mounted on a wall
or bulkhead. The heater power supply
should be installed no further than 45 m
(150 ft) from the probe. The heater power
supply must be located in a location free
from significant ambient temperature
changes and electrical noise. Ambient temperature must be between 0° to 60°C (32°
to 140°F).
b. Electrical Connections
1. Electrical connections should be made
as described in the electrical installation diagram, Figure 2-13. The wiring
terminals are divided into two layers:
the bottom (FROM PROBE) terminals
should be connected first, the top
(FROM ELECTRONICS) terminals
should be connected last (Figure 2-14).
Each terminal strip has a protective
cover which must be removed when
making connections. To remove the
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WITH INCHES IN PARENTHESES
UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED.
219005
Figure 2-12. Outline of CENELEC Approved Heater
Power Supply
terminal covers, remove two slotted
screws holding cover in place. Always
reinstall terminal covers after making
connections.
2. Power Input: 120, 220 or 240 Vac. For
120 Vac usage, install jumpers JM4
and JM1 and remove JM5 if installed.
For 220 or 240 Vac usage, install
jumper JM5 and remove JM1 and JM4
if installed (see label, Figure 2-15).
If you reconfigure the equipment for a
line voltage other than the one marked
on the serial label and the mains filter
of the power supply then you should
change the marking on the serial label
and the mains filter to state the new
line voltage.
NOTE
Fuse specifications are shown in
Figure 2-14.
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HEATER
RELAY WIRE IS OPTIONAL; RELAY CAN BE PERMANENTLY
ENABLED WITH JUMPER IF NOT USED
}
STACK TC WIRING AS REQUIRED
BK
GN
BK
YE CHROMEL
RD ALUMEL
GN CELL -VE
OR CELL +VE
PROBE INTERIOR
SPECIAL PROBE CABLE BETWEEN PROBE AND HPS
BY ROSEMOUNT
LG. BR
BL
GN/YE
RD
GN
WH
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
SM. BR
2
ALL WIRES #16-#22 AWG TWISTED PAIR WITH SHIELD
BY CUSTOMER EXCEPT AS NOTED
REMOVE JM1 ON INTERCONNECT BOARD (IFT 3000)
REMOVE JM6 ON MICROPROCESSOR BOARD
PROBE JUNCTION
BOX WIRING
IF RELAY WIRE OF NOTE 1 INSTALLED THEN REMOVE
JM2 ON HPS 3000
IF STACK TEMPERATURE NOT USED
IF MPS 3000 NOT USED
1 RELAY PER PROBE AVAILABLE FOR CALIBRATION
STATUS INDICATION (48 V max, 100 mA max)
CABLE COLORS SHOWN HERE APPLY TO ROSEMOUNT
SUPPLIED SPECIAL CABLE FITTED WITH EExd GLANDS
(P/N 1U03066)
WC PROBE 3000 CENELEC APPROVED
ALWAYS DISCONNECT LINE VOLTAGE
FROM HEATER POWER SUPPLY AND
ANALOG ELECTRONICS (IF USED)
BEFORE CHANGING JUMPERS.
JUMPER
CONFIGURATIONS
LINE VOLTAGE
SELECTION
JUMPER
(INSTALL)
HEATER
POWER
JUMPER
120 V.A.C.
JM4, JM1
REMOTE
REMOVE JM2
220/240 V.A.C.
JM5
ON
INSTALL JM2
PROBE HEATER
VOLTAGE SECTION
JUMPER
(INSTALL)
ELECTRONICS
SELECTION
JUMPER
WORLD CLASS PROBE
JM7
NEW GENERATION
ELECTRONICS
REMOVE JM3, JM6
TOP
TRIAC RELAY
J9
STACK
TC
+ - + - + -
ANALOG
HEATER
BK WH
2 TWISTED PAIR SHIELDED
#22 AWG BY CUSTOMER
(OPTIONAL)
A
PROBE PROBE
TC AD590
MV
J8
+ - + - + -
B
BOTTOM
PROBE
MV
SM. BR CELL+
WH CELL -
J3
+ -
PROBE
TC
4 TWISTED PAIR SHIELDED
#22 AWG BY CUSTOMER
+ -
RD HTR TC +
GN HTR TC BL
LG. BR
GN/YE
STACK
TC
J2
+ -
PROBE
HEATER
R H
LINE
J1
N L
SHIELD
LINE
VOLTAGE
HPS 3000 INTERFACE MODULE
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Figure 2-13. Wiring layout for IFT 3000 (CENELEC approved) with HPS (Sheet 1 of 2)
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MICROPROCESSOR
BOARD
5
3D39122G REV
POWER SUPPLY BOARD
J1
JM6 JM5
ALWAYS DISCONNECT LINE VOLTAGE
FROM INTELLIGENT FIELD TRANSMITTER
BEFORE CHANGING JUMPERS.
JUMPER CONFIGURATION
JUMPER
(INSTALL)
JM3, JM7, JM2
JM8, JM7, JM1
JM4, JM5, JM2
JM6, JM5, JM2
JM6, JM5, JM1
JUMPER
(INSTALL)
REMOVE
JM9, JM10
PROBE HEATER
VOLTAGE SECTION
NOT USED
J1
3D39120G REV
J2
LINE
VOLTAGE
SECTION
100 V.A.C.
120 V.A.C.
200 V.A.C.
220 V.A.C.
240 V.A.C.
INTERCONNECT BOARD
J3
J4
J5
CAL RET
NO GAS
J6
J6
J5
L N E
LINE
VOLTAGE
A
SHIELD
PROBE TC –
PROBE TC +
SHIELD
J9
AD590 +
SHIELD
TRIAC –
SHIELD
STACK TC –
STACK TC +
J8
SHIELD
RELAY –
RELAY +
SHIELD
AD590 –
NOT USED
J7
LO GAS
HI GAS
IN CAL
PROBE MV –
PROBE MV +
TRIAC +
JM1
B
INTELLIGENT FIELD
TRANSMITTER IFT 3000
J1
PROBE 1
J2
5 CONDUCTOR SHIELDED CABLE
PER PROBE #16 AWG BY CUSTOMER
J3
3D390646 REV
J4 J5 PROBE 3
J6
PROBE 2
J7
PROBE 4
J8
LINE IN J9
J17
LO GAS
J16
L
E
LOW GAS
SOLENOID
IN CAL
CAL RET
HI GAS
LO GAS
J15
NO GAS
IN CAL
J13 J14
L
J18
N
N
LINE
VOLTAGE
PRESSURE
SWITCH
C NO
HIGH GAS
SOLENOID NO GAS
J22NC
PROBE 4
SOLENOID
C NO J20NC C NO J21NC C NO
PROBE 3
SOLENOID
J19 NC
J11
PROBE 2
SOLENOID
N
J10
PROBE 1
CAL RET
SOLENOID
HI GAS
LO GAS
NO GAS
IN CAL
CAL RET
HI GAS
LO GAS
NO GAS
IN CAL
HI GAS
L
CAL RET
LINE OUT
J12
PROBE 1
PROBE 2
PROBE 3
PROBE 4
MPS TERMINATION BOARD
MPS3000 MULTIPROBE CALIBRATION GAS SEQUENCER (OPTIONAL)
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Figure 2-13. Wiring layout for IFT 3000 (CENELEC approved) with HPS (Sheet 2 of 2)
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SCREW
(2 PER COVER)
TRANSFORMER
2
JM8
TERMINAL
COVERS
(PROVIDED)
JM7
J7
JM5
TERMINAL
STRIP (FROM
ELECTRONICS)
FUSE
JM4
JM1
JM2
J2
FUSES
INTERNAL
EARTHING
HARDWARE
TERMINAL
STRIP
(FROM PROBE)
EXTERNAL
EARTHING
HARDWARE
FRONT VIEW
SIDE VIEW
NOTE: FUSES SHOWN (F1 THROUGH F4) ARE 5 AMP, ANTI-SURGE,
TYPE T TO IEC127 (ROSEMOUNT PART NUMBER 1L01293H02).
219006-1
Figure 2-14. CENELEC Approved Heater Power Supply Wiring Connections
JUMPER
CONFIGURATIONS
LINE VOLTAGE
SELECTION
JUMPER
(INSTALL)
ALWAYS DISCONNECT LINE VOLTAGE
FROM HEATER POWER SUPPLY AND
ANALOG ELECTRONICS (IF USED)
BEFORE CHANGING JUMPERS.
HEATER
POWER
JUMPER
120 V.A.C.
JM4, JM1
*ON
INSTALL JM2
220/240 V.A.C.
JM5
REMOTE
REMOVE JM2
PROBE HEATER
VOLTAGE SELECTION
JUMPER
(INSTALL)
ELECTRONICS
SELECTION
JUMPER
*WORLD CLASS PROBE
(44V)
JM7
NEW GENERATION
ELECTRONICS
REMOVE JM3, JM6
219007
Figure 2-15. Jumper Selection Label.
If you reconfigure the equipment for a line voltage other than the one marked on the serial label and the mains filter of the power supply then you should change the marking on the serial
label and the mains filter to state the new line voltage.
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3. The power cable should comply with
safety regulations in the user's country
and should not be smaller than 16
gauge, 3 amp.
Before supplying power to the heater
power supply, verify that jumpers JM3
and JM6 are removed, and JM7 is installed. If relay wire (Figure 2-13, Note
1) is installed, JM2 must be removed
from HPS Motherboard (Figure 2-16).
4. Before supplying power to the heater
power supply, verify that the jumpers
on the motherboard, Figure 2-16, are
properly configured. Jumpers JM3,
JM6, should be removed and JM7
should be installed. Additionally, make
sure that the proper jumper for your
line voltage is installed, Figure 2-15. If
relay wire (Figure 2-13, note 1) is not
installed, JM2 should be installed on
the HPS Motherboard (Figure 2-16).
5. Ensure that the HPS 3000 is properly
earthed by way of both the internal and
external earthing points.
6. Ensure the installation does not obscure the messages on either the HPS
nameplate or HPS lid.
NOTE
Refer to Figure 2-8 and Figure 2-10 for
proper IFT jumper configuration. IFT
microprocessor and interconnect
board jumper configurations must be
set correctly in order for HPS to work
properly.
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Figure 2-16. Jumpers on HPS Motherboard
2-4
MULTIPROBE TEST GAS SEQUENCER
INSTALLATION
The MPS 3000 Multiprobe Test Gas
Sequencer must be installed in a nonhazardous, explosive-free environment.
NOTE
A Z-Purge option is available for the
MPS 3000. Appendix DX contains information concerning the Z-Purge.
a. Mechanical Installation
The outline drawing of the MPS module in
Figure 2-17 shows mounting centers and
clearances. The box is designed to be
mounted on a wall or bulkhead. The MPS
module should be installed no further than
91 m (300 ft) piping distance from the
probe, and no more than 303 m (1000 ft)
cabling distance from the IFT. Install the
MPS module in a location where the ambient temperature is between -30° and 71°C
(-20° and 160°F).
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304.80
(12.00)
254.00
(10.00)
304.80
(12.00)
HIGH CAL
GAS IN
LOW CAL
GAS IN
PROBE 1
PROBE 2
PROBE 3
PROBE4
TEST GAS
OUT
TEST GAS
OUT
TEST GAS
OUT
TEST GAS
OUT
REF AIR
OUT
REF AIR
OUT
REF AIR
OUT
REF AIR
OUT
NOTE: DIMENSIONS ARE IN
MILLIMETERS WITH
INCHES IN PARENTHESES.
INSTR
AIR
21.34 (0.84)
49.78 (1.96)
78.49 (3.09)
106.93 (4.21)
133.35 (5.25)
140.72 (5.54)
355.60 (14.00) REF
35870002
Figure 2-17. MPS Module
b. Gas Connections
Figure 2-18 shows the bottom of the MPS
where the gas connections are made. 1/4
in. threaded fittings are used.
1. Connect the reference air supply to
INSTR. AIR IN. The air pressure
regulator valve is set at the factory to
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138 kPa (20 psi). If the reference air
pressure should need readjustment,
turn the knob on the top of the valve
until the desired pressure is obtained.
2. Connect the high O2 test gas to HIGH
GAS. The test gas pressure should be
set at 138 kPa (20 psi).
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LINE IN
HIGH CAL
GAS IN
LOW CAL
GAS IN
DRAIN
PROBE 1
PROBE 2
PROBE 3
PROBE4
TEST GAS
OUT
TEST GAS
OUT
TEST GAS
OUT
TEST GAS
OUT
REF AIR
OUT
REF AIR
OUT
REF AIR
OUT
REF AIR
OUT
SIGNAL IN
INSTR
AIR
35870003
Figure 2-18. MPS Gas Connections
Do not use 100% nitrogen as a low
(zero) gas. It is suggested that the low
gas be between 0.4% and 2.0% O2. Do
not use gases with hydrocarbon concentrations of more than 40 parts per
million. Failure to use proper gases
will result in erroneous readings.
A check valve is required for each
probe connected to an MPS to prevent
condensation of flue gas in the calibration gas lines. The check valve
must be located between the calibration fitting and the gas line.
c. Electrical Connections
3. Connect the low O2 test gas to LOW
GAS. The test gas pressure should be
set at 138 kPa (20 psi).
4. Connect the REF AIR OUT to the reference gas fitting on the probe junction
box.
5. Connect the TEST GAS OUT to the
calibration gas fitting on the probe
junction box.
6. If the MPS is configured for multiple
probes (up to four), repeat steps 4 and
5 for each additional probe.
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Electrical connections should be made as
described in the electrical installation diagram, Figure 2-19. All wiring must conform
to local and national codes. The electrical
connections will exist only between the
electronics package and the MPS to enable
automatic and semiautomatic calibration. If
more than one probe system is being used,
the additional probes and electric packages
would be wired similarly to the first probe.
NOTE
MPS power supply fuse locations and
specifications are shown in Figure
2-19.
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Figure 2-19. MPS Electrical Connections
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Select PROBE 1 if this is the first probe
and electronic package installed on the
MPS.
1. Run the line voltage through the bulkhead fitting on the bottom of the MPS
where marked LINE IN, Figure 2-18.
Refer to Figure 2-19. Connect the line
voltage to the LINE IN terminal on the
MPS terminal board located inside the
unit. Tighten the cord grips to provide
strain relief.
3. Make the connections from the MPS to
the IFT as shown in Figure 2-19. Run
wires from the MPS Termination Board
inside the unit through the bulkhead fitting on the bottom of the unit where
marked SIGNAL IN, Figure 2-18. After
the connections are made, tighten the
cord grips to provide strain relief.
2. The MPS can accommodate up to four
probes. The terminal strips on the MPS
termination board are marked PROBE
1, PROBE 2, PROBE 3, and PROBE 4.
!
NOTE
Upon completing installation, make sure that the probe is turned on and operating
prior to firing up the combustion process. Damage can result from having a cold
probe exposed to the process gases.
During outages, and if possible, leave all probes running to prevent condensation and
premature aging from thermal cycling.
If the ducts will be washed down during outage, MAKE SURE to power down the
probes and remove them from the wash area.
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SETUP AND OPERATION
See Safety Data Sheet 1M03296 for safety related information.
3-1
OVERVIEW
Ensure that the oxygen analyzer, heater power
supply, and intelligent field transmitter have
been properly connected. It is important to
check that grounding and screening of terminations are correctly made to prevent the introduction of ground loops. The IFT is equipped with
noise suppression circuitry on the power supply
and signal input lines. Proper grounding at installation will ensure accuracy of function.
The following five languages can be selected
within the IFT:
The blind version has no display and no
keypad. With this version, an external HART
communications device is required. Refer to
Appendix JX regarding the HART Communications option.
b. Display Only Version (LDP)
The display only version is also known as
the LED Display Panel (LDP) version. This
IFT contains a bright LED display and a
four-key pad. The LDP version provides for
calibration capability only.
c. Deluxe Version (GUI)
English
French
German
Italian
Spanish
The Intelligent Field Transmitter may be supplied with any one of three configurations.
These configurations are the blind version, display only version, and the deluxe version. The
three versions differ as follows.
a. Blind Version
HART connections must be made outside of the hazardous area. Because
the Hart option is not protected by energy limiting barriers, it must not be
interfaced from within a hazardous
area. The signal cables should be
routed outside the hazardous area and
the connections made external to the
hazardous area.
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The deluxe version is also known as the
General User Interface (GUI) version. This
IFT contains an LED display, liquid crystal
display panel, and an eight-key pad that allows probe and electronics configuration,
calibration, and troubleshooting of the probe
and electronics.
This section of the manual deals with operator
controls and displays available with the GUI
equipped IFT. Operating parameters are listed
and instructions are included for viewing and
changing them.
Operating instructions for the IFT equipped with
the LDP and four membrane keys are included
in Section 4.
Any procedures not associated with normal operation are included in Section 2, Installation, or
Section 5, Troubleshooting.
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8
CAL
9
SETUP
SETUP key used to access
SETUP menu.
10
ENTER
The ENTER key is used to
select a lower level menu,
initiate calibration, or select a
parameter to change.
9
11
▲
The increase key is used to
move the cursor (asterisk)
when scrolling through lists or
to increase a parameter
value.
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12
▼
The decrease key is used to
move the cursor (asterisk)
when scrolling through lists or
to decrease a parameter
value.
13
ESC
The escape key is used to
exit to a high level menu or to
abort a parameter change.
CAL
TGH
TGL
4
6
7
3
8
2
1
HELP
DATA
ESC
13
CAL
SETUP
ENTER
12
11
10
Figure 3-1. IFT with GUI and LDP Front Panel
3-2
IFT WITH GUI AND LDP FRONT PANEL
CONTROLS AND INDICATORS (See Figure
3-1.)
Fig. 3-1
Index
No.
Control/
LED
1
HELP
Context sensitive HELP is
displayed when this key is
pressed.
2
DATA
DATA key is used to access
DATA menu.
3
LCD
Display
Top line displays system
status, menu and probe
number.
4
LED
Display
Indicates current O2 or test
value (only in LDP equipped
units).
3-2
Description
5
CAL
Calibration in progress
indicator light (only in LDP
equipped units).
6
TGH
High test gas indicator light.
High test gas is being used in
calibration process (only in
LDP equipped units).
7
TGL
Low test gas indicator light.
Low test gas is being used in
calibration process (only in
LDP equipped units).
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3-3
CAL key used to access
CALIBRATE menu.
HELP KEY
The HELP key will display explanatory information about a menu, sub-menu, or parameter that
the asterisk is next to when pressed. The HELP
key is not available during calibration routines.
Refer to Table 3-1 for sample HELP messages.
Table 3-1. Sample HELP Messages
MENU, SUB-MENU,
HELP OR
PARAMETER NAME
MESSAGE
PROBE DATA
Press ENTER key
to access DATA
menu.
CALIBRATE O2
The CAL menu is
used to start calibration and view
calibration.
SETUP
The SETUP menu
is used to configure
the IFT-3000.
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3-5
STATUS LINE
The quick reference chart on pages 3-4 and 3-5
is designed to help you determine how to get
where you want to be in the menu system. The
chart shows all the available menu and submenu options for the IFT. Follow the lines to
determine which choices to make. Moving down
a level on the chart is accomplished by use of
the ENTER key. To move up a level on the
chart, press the ESCAPE key.
The top line of the LCD display (3, Figure 3-1) is
a status line that always displays system status,
menu name, and O2 level. The system status
displays are:
a. OK - System is functioning correctly.
b. CAL - Calibration in progress.
c. C Err - Calibration error.
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d. H Err - Heater error.
e. TGLow - Test gas is low.
f.
HiO2 - O2 value is above the high alarm
limit.
QUICK REFERENCE CHART
MAIN MENU
When power is first applied to the IFT, the MAIN
menu (Table 3-2) is initially displayed. It is from
the MAIN menu that the PROBE DATA (Table
3-3), CALIBRATE O2 (Table 3-4), and SETUP
(Table 3-5) menus can be accessed.
Table 3-2. Main Menu
g. LoO2 - O2 value is below the low alarm limit.
h. R Hi - Resistance is above the high limit.
i.
j.
MENU SELECTION
DESCRIPTION
Off - The probe has been turned off because the IFT cannot control the heater
temperature.
PROBE DATA
Refer to Table 3-3.
CALIBRATE O2
Refer to Table 3-4.
PRBE - The probe is disconnected, cold, or
leads are reversed.
SETUP
Refer to Table 3-5.
Table 3-3. PROBE DATA Sub-Menu.
SUB-MENU
SELECTION
PARAMETER
DESCRIPTION
O2
Efficiency
Stack Temp
__%
ENA/DIS
__DegC
O2 value for the probe.
Enable/Disable efficiency display.
Stack temperature.
Temperature
Cell
Stack
Cold Junct
__DegC
__DegC
__DegC
Cell temperature of the probe.
Stack temperature.
Cold junction temperature.
Voltages
Cell
Cell T/C
Stk T/C
Cold Jnt
__mV
__mV
__mV
__mV
Cell voltage of the probe.
Cell thermocouple voltage of the probe.
Stack thermocouple voltage.
Cold junction voltage.
Output Values
Analog
K1 State
K2 State
__% FS
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
Analog output voltage.
Status of relay 1.
Status of relay 2
Process Data
Diagnostic Data
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MAIN MENU
A
CALIBRATE O2
PROBE DATA
VIEW
CONSTANTS
CALIBRATION
STATUS
O2
SLOPE
NEXT CAL
EFFICIENCY
CONSTANT
SLOPE
RESIST
CONSTANT
PROCESS DATA
STACK TEMP
PERFORM
CALIBRATION
DIAGNOSTIC DATA
TEMPERATURE
VOLTAGES
OUTPUT VALUES
CELL
CELL
ANALOG
STACK
CELL T/C
K1 STATE
COLD JUNCT
STK T/C
K2 STATE
RESIST
COLD JNT
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A
SETUP
CALIBRATION
O2 CALCULATION
O 2 ALARMS
HIGH GAS
SLOPE
HI ALARM
LOW GAS
CONSTANT
LO ALARM
AUTO CAL
SET POINT
ALARM DB
OUTPUT TRACKS
LOAD CONSTANTS
CAL INTRVL
NEXT CAL
GAS TIME
PURGE TIME
RES ALARM
EFFICIENCY CALC
RELAY OUTPUT
SOURCE
ENABLE CALC
K1 VALUE
K1 SETUP
K2 SETUP
K2 VALUE
EVENT 1
EVENT 1
K3 VALUE
EVENT 2
EVENT 2
EVENT 3
EVENT 3
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PROBE DATA SUB-MENU
The PROBE DATA sub-menu is a list of all the
parameters of the system as it is currently configured. To access the PROBE DATA submenu, press the DATA key at any time. The increase and decrease keys are used to scroll
through the list. The PROBE DATA sub-menu
can be viewed but not changed. The operator
must use the SETUP menu to change any of
the parameters.
There are two selections available on the
PROBE DATA sub-menu; Process Data and
Diagnostic Data. Refer to Table 3-3 for contents
of the sub-menu.
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CALIBRATE O2 SUB-MENU
The CALIBRATE O2 sub-menu (Table 3-4) is
used to enter the calibration mode. To access
the CALIBRATE O2 sub-menu, press the CAL
key at any time. The increase and decrease
keys are used to scroll through the list.
Perform Calibration has two options depending
on how Auto Cal is selected in Probe Setup.
Refer to SETUP Setting in Table 3-4.
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SETUP SUB-MENU
The SETUP sub-menu is used to enter all operator set variables into the system. To access
the SETUP sub-menu, press the SETUP key at
any time. To select the parameter to be
changed, move the cursor to the desired parameter using the arrow keys. Press ENTER to
select that parameter. To change the value for
that parameter, use the arrow keys to increase
or decrease the value. Press ENTER to save
changes.
There are six selections available on the
SETUP sub-menu: Calibration, O2 Calculation,
O2 Alarms, Efficiency Calc., Relay Outputs, and
Analog Outputs. Refer to Table 3-5 for the contents of the SETUP sub-menu.
NOTE
The CALIBRATE O2 sub-menu has three selections available: Perform Calibration, View Constants, and Calibration Status. Refer to Table
3-4 for contents of the sub-menus.
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Dip shunt is to be set for voltage or
current operation. Refer to Figure 2-7.
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Table 3-4. CALIBRATION O2 Sub-Menu
SUB-MENU
SELECTION
SETUP SETTING
(SEE TABLE 3-4)
Perform
Calibration
Auto Cal in Probe
Setup is YES
DISPLAY
Press ENTER to start Auto Calibration.
DESCRIPTION
MPS will start calibration probe.
Starting Automatic Calibration
High Gas _____%O2
Time Left 0:00
Value for high O2 test gas.
Amount of time necessary to complete
the current testing phase in min:sec.
Cell mV ______mV
Cell voltage of the probe.
Low Gas _____%O2
Time Left 0:00
Value for low O2 test gas.
Amount of time necessary to complete
the current testing phase in min:sec.
Cell mV ______mV
Cell voltage of the probe.
Resistance Check
Time Left 0:00
Resistance check in progress.
Cell _____mV _____C
Cell voltage and probe temperature.
Calibration Complete
Purging 0:00
Gas lines are being purged of test gas.
Cell _____mV _____C
Cell voltage and probe temperature.
Calibration Complete
Auto Cal in Probe
Setup is NO.
Press ENTER to start Manual Calibration.
Manual calibration sequence will begin
when ENTER is pressed.
Switch ON high test gas. Press ENTER when
ready.
High gas ______%O2
High O2 test gas value.
Press ENTER when O2 reading is stable.
Turn off high test gas and ON low test gas.
Press ENTER when ready.
Low gas ______%O2
Low O2 test gas value.
Press ENTER when O2 reading is stable.
Resistance Check
Resistance check in progress.
Turn off low test gas.
Press ENTER when ready.
Press ENTER when probe has returned to
process.
View
Constants
(N/A)
Calibration
Status
(N/A)
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Slope _____mV/D
Constant _____mV
Resist _____ohms
Slope for probe.
Offset for probe.
Resistance for probe.
Next Cal
Time until next calibration in number of
days and number of hours.
XD XH
Slope _____
Constant _____
Resist _____
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Status of the slope.
Status of the offset.
Status of the resistance.
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Table 3-5. SETUP Sub-Menu
SUB-MENU SELECTION
Calibration
O2 Calculation
PARAMETERS
High Gas
Low Gas
Auto Cal
Output Tracks
Cal Intrvl
____%O2
____%O2
YES/NO
YES/NO
XD XH
Next Cal
XH
Gas Time
0:00
Purge Time
Res Alarm
0:00
_______
Slope
Constant
Set Point
____ mV/D
____ mV
____°C
DESCRIPTION
Value of high O2 test gas.
Value of low O2 test gas.
If system has MPS, select YES or NO.
Select output tracks.
Select time between calibrations in number of
days and number of hours. (1 year max.)
Time until next calibration in number of hours.
(1 year max.)
Amount of time the test gases will be turned on
in number of minutes and seconds, allow
enough time for signal values to stabilize.
Amount of time for gas lines to clear of test gas.
Resistance alarm set from 50 to 10,000 ohms.
Set value between 34.5 and 57.5.
Set value between -20.0 and +20.0 mV.
Set either 736 for World Class 3000 probes or
843 for 218 probes.
Ensure the correct voltage is selected when using HPS 3000 with either WC 3000 probes or
218 probes. Refer to Figure 2-14, Jumper Selection Label for proper voltage selections. If incorrect SET POINT is selected, damage to the probe may occur.
Load Constants
Press ENTER to load constants from last
calibration.
O2 Alarms
Hi Alarm
Lo Alarm
Alarm DB
____% O2
____% O2
____% O2
Set value for high alarm limit.
Set value for low alarm limit.
Set value for alarm dead band.
Efficiency Calc.
Enable Calc.
K1 Value
K2 Value
K3 Value
YES/NO
_____
_____
_____
Select YES to enable, NO to disable.
Set between 0.0000 and 1.0. Refer to Table 3-6.
Set between 0.0000 and 1.0. Refer to Table 3-6.
Set between 1.000 and 20.0. Refer to Table 3-6.
K1 Setup
Event 1
Event 2
Event 3
_____
_____
_____
Set event to activate relay.
Set event to activate relay.
Set event to activate relay.
K2 Setup
Event 1
Event 2
Event 3
_____
_____
_____
Set event to activate relay.
Set event to activate relay.
Set event to activate relay.
Analog Outputs
Source
(EFF or O2)
0-100%
Aout Type 0-10V
Relay Outputs
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Source can be set to 0-1%, 0-5%, 0-10%, 025%, 0-100% of O2, or 0-100% Efficiency
Aout Type can be set to 0-10 V, 0-20 mA, or
4-20 mA
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Table 3-6. Efficiency Constants
UNITED
STATES
GAS
OIL
CONSTANT
EUROPE
GAS OIL
K1
0.407
0.432
0.66
K2
0.0
0.0
0.0082 0.0051
K3
5.12
5.12
12.28
0.69
8.74
3-10 SYSTEM CALIBRATION
a. Overview
The primary purpose of an oxygen analyzer
is to give an accurate representation of the
percentage of O2 in the gas stream. The
system should be calibrated periodically to
maintain an accuracy which may otherwise
reduce over time due to cell aging.
A requirement for calibration is a set of two
accurate test gases spanning the oxygen
range of most interest. For example, 0.4%
and 8% for a 0-10% oxygen range.
Under normal conditions the probe should
not need frequent calibration. Because calibration is necessary, the system can be
equipped with the optional MPS 3000 Multiprobe Test Gas Sequencer for fully automatic calibration at regular intervals.
Without an MPS, the probes must be calibrated manually (semi-automatically).
b. Probe Calibration
1. Previous Calibration Constants Functionality. Three sets of registers are
used to store calibration constants.
These are: Latest Calibration, Previous
Calibration, and Calculation. Only the
values in the Calculation registers are
used to calculate the oxygen value for
display and representation on the
analog output signal. These values
may be changed in two ways:
(a) The operator may change the Calculation values by entering the
SETUP menu and then entering
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the O2 Calculations sub-menu. The
operator may adjust the slope and
constant individually or reset both
to the values calculated during the
last good calibration. Simultaneously resetting both values is done
by selecting Load Constants and
pressing ENTER.
(b) The IFT will automatically change
the values after each successful
calibration.
The values in the Latest Calibration
registers are updated after every
complete calibration even if the calibration is not successful. If the calibration is successful, the values in the
Latest Calibration registers are copied
into the Previous Calibration registers.
This function is accomplished prior to
the update of the Latest Calibration
registers. The values from successful
calibrations are automatically loaded
into the Calculation registers for use in
future O2 calculations. If a calibration
fails, the Previous Calibration registers
and Calculation registers retain their
existing values, while the Latest Calibration registers record the values of
the failed calibration.
2. Calibration Methods. There are three
calibration methods: manual (semiautomatic), manually initiated automatic, and fully automatic. Manual
(semiautomatic) calibration is done
without an MPS unit. Test gases are
switched on and off by the operator
and the IFT is sequenced through the
calibration procedure by the operator
with the front panel keyboard. The IFT
prompts the operator for the correct
action. Manually initiated automatic
calibration is done with an MPS. The
operator manually initiates the calibration at the IFT or through a remote
switch, and the IFT controls the operation of the MPS unit and the calibration
sequencing. Fully automatic calibration
requires no action from the operator.
The setup is the same as semiautomatic except the IFT automatically
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90058
213/585-2154
initiates the calibration at a fixed calibration interval. In this mode the operator can also manually initiate
calibrations between the intervals in
the same manner as semiautomatic
calibrations.
767 Industrial Road
San Carlos, California 94070
415/592-7303
c. Manual (Semiautomatic) Calibration
9950 Chemical Road
Pasadena, Texas 77507
713/474-4141
1. Test Gases for Manual (Semiautomatic) Calibration. There are two options for supplying test gases to the
probe during semiautomatic calibration.
The first "A" uses refillable bottles and
adjustable 2-stage pressure regulators;
the second, "B" uses disposable bottles and a fixed single-stage regulator
to provide a mixed flow. Normally, the
first (method "A") will have a higher
cost and not be portable. The
second ("B") is less costly, portable,
and weighs about 4.54 kg (10 lbs).
12054 S.W. Doty Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60628
312/568-8840
603 Bergen Street
Harrison, New Jersey 07029
201/485-1995
255 Brimley Road
Scarborough, Ontario,
Canada
416/266-3161
Test Method "A" Fixed Tanks and
Manifolds.
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TECHNOLOGY, INC.
SCOTT SPECIALTY GASES
(a) Required Equipment.
2600 Cajon Blvd.
San Bernardino, CA 92411
714/887-2571
TWX: 910-390-1159
Do not use 100% nitrogen as a zero
gas. It is suggested that gas for the
zero be between 0.4% and 2.0% O2. Do
not use gases with hydrocarbon concentrations of more than 40 parts per
million. Failure to use proper gases
will result in erroneous readings.
1
1290 Combermere Street
Troy, MI 48084
314/589-2950
Route 611
Plumsteadville, PA 18949
215/766-8861
TWX: 510-665-9344
Two tanks of precision calibration gas mixtures. Recommended calibration gases
are nominally 0.4 percent and
8.0 percent oxygen in nitrogen.
2616 South Loop West,
Suite 100
Houston, TX 77054
713/669-0469
Two sources of calibrated gas
mixtures are:
2
LIQUID CARBONIC GAS
CORP. SPECIALTY GAS
LABORATORIES
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A check valve is required at
the probe (between the calibration fitting and the gas line)
to prevent the migration of
process gases down the calibration gas line.
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NOTE
Two, 2-stage pressure regulators with stainless steel diaphragms for tanks. Maximum
output required: 138 kPa (20
psi).
4
One instrument air pressure
regulator: 138 kPa (20 psi)
maximum and a supply of
clean, dry instrument air.
5
Two zero-leakage shutoff
valves.
6
Miscellaneous oil-free tubing
and fittings.
The probe calibration gas fitting has a
seal cap which must be in place at all
times except during calibration.
In addition to the precision
calibration gas mixtures,
clean, dry, oil-free instrument
air should be used for calibration.
For optimum accuracy, this calibration
should be run with the process at
normal temperature and operating
conditions.
(b) Calibration
1
When the calibration gas line
exceeds 1.8 m (6 ft) in length
from the leak tight valves, a
check valve, Rosemount P/N
6292A97H02, should be installed next to the calibration
gas connection on the probe
to prevent breathing of the
line with the process gas and
subsequent gas condensation
and corrosion.
A typical calibration setup is
shown in Figure 3-2. Care
must be taken that all fittings
are tight and free from oil or
other organic contaminants.
Small openings can cause
back diffusion of oxygen from
the atmosphere even though
positive pressures are maintained in the lines.
PROBE
(END VIEW)
CALIBRATE
IN-PLACE
FITTING
REFERENCE AIR
CONNECTION
5 SCFH
2 SCFH
CHECK
VALVE
REFERENCE
AIR
SET
FLOW METER
INSTR.
AIR
IN
LEAK TIGHT
VALVES
REG
0.4%
O2
8.0%
O2
NOTE: PROBE CALIBRATION GAS FITTING HAS A SEAL CAP THAT MUST
BE IN PLACE AT ALL TIMES EXCEPT DURING CALIBRATION.
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NOTE
2
Only set the test gas flowmeter upon
initial installation and after changing
the diffusion element. A slightly lower
test gas flow rate may indicate a
plugged diffusion element.
2
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Box 901
Orrville, Ohio 44667
U.S.A.
Set the test gas pressure
regulators and the flow meter
for a flow of 5 scfh at (20 psig)
138 kPa for both gases. The
reference gas should be
flowing as in normal operation.
3
Refer to paragraph 3-10d of
this section for Manual (Semiautomatic) Calibration setup
and procedure using the IFT.
4
Test gases will be switched
on and off using the shutoff
valves.
Extra gas bottles are available
at:
Rosemount Limited
Burymead Road
Hitchin, Herts. U.K.
Rosemount Italy
VIA Guido Cavalcanti 8
20127 Milan, Italy
Rosemount Spain
Saturnino Calleja 6
28002 Madrid, Spain
Rosemount France
165 Boulevard de Vallmy
92706, Colombes, France
Rosemount Part Number
3530B07G01 for probe 0.4%
oxygen in nitrogen in disposable bottle.
Test Method "B" Rosemount Oxygen
Test Gas and Service Kit.
(a) Required Equipment
Do not use 100% nitrogen as a zero
gas. It is suggested that gas for the
zero be between 0.4% and 2.0% O2. Do
not use gases with hydrocarbon concentrations of more than 40 parts per
million. Failure to use proper gases
will result in erroneous readings.
1
Portable Rosemount Oxygen
Test Gas Kits (Figure 3-3),
Rosemount Part Number
6296A27G01, containing 8%
and 0.4% gases in a portable carrying case with regulator, built-in valve, hose and
hose connecting adapter to
the calibration gas connection.
TEST GAS
KIT #1
(P/N 6296A27G1)
35870004
Figure 3-3. Portable Rosemount
Oxygen Test Gas Kit
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Rosemount Part Number
3530B07G02 for probe 8%
oxygen in nitrogen in disposable bottle.
2
Refer to paragraph 3-10d of
this section for Manual (Semiautomatic) Calibration setup
and procedure using the IFT.
A check valve is required at
the probe (between the calibration fitting and the gas line)
to prevent the migration of
process gases down the calibration gas line.
3
Screw the push button regulator with contents gage on to
the test gas of choice and inject the test gas by opening
the valve. Gas is on continuously when the valve is
opened.
(b) Calibration with a Portable Rosemount Oxygen Test Gases Kit.
1
A typical portable test calibration setup is shown in Figure
3-4. For Manual (semiautomatic) calibration, remove cap
plug from the calibrate-inplace fitting. The cap plug
must be retained to seal this
fitting after calibration is complete; failure to do so may
render the probe useless if
the system pressure is slightly
negative. The reference gas
should be flowing as in normal
operation.
REFERENCE
AIR
CONNECTION
CALIBRATE
IN PLACE
CONNECTION
CHECK
VALVE
PUSHBUTTON
REGULATOR
WITH CONTENTS
GAGE - SET 5 SCFH
NOTE: PROBE CALIBRATION GAS
FITTING HAS A SEAL CAP THAT
MUST BE IN PLACE EXCEPT
DURING CALIBRATION.
TEST HOSE
CONNECTS
TO CHECK
VALVE
0.4
%
O2
8.0
%
O2
d. Manual (Semiautomatic) Calibration
Procedure
Consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03296
before performing any work on the
CENELEC approved IFT 3000.
The following procedure relates to an operator initiated calibration selected at the
IFT by pressing the CAL key. The calibration is manually performed by the operator
upon data queues from the IFT. Any system
without an MPS 3000 Multiprobe Test Gas
Sequencer must follow these steps.
1. Press SETUP to display the SETUP
menu. Select PROBE CALIBRATION
sub-menu. Ensure that Auto Cal is disabled. Set the cursor on Auto Cal.
Press ENTER. Set Auto Cal to NO if
not already done.
2. Press the CAL key. Select PERFORM
CALIBRATION sub-menu. "Press ENTER to start Manual Calibration" will
appear on the LCD display. Press ENTER to start. Follow the data queues.
Refer to Table 3-4. CALIBRATE O2
Menu.
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e. Fully Automatic Calibration
Consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03296
before performing any work on the
CENELEC approved IFT 3000.
Set the desired time between calibrations in number of days and
hours. (1 year max.)
(d) Next Cal. XD XH
Displays the time left to the start of
the next calibration. Set the desired time until the start of the next
calibration. If nothing is entered
here, the unit will automatically
enter the cal intrvl and count down
from that. (1 year max.)
1. Test Gases for Fully Automatic Calibration. For fully automatic calibration,
an MPS 3000 Multiprobe Test Gas Sequencer is required as well as the two
types of test gas.
(e) Gas Time 0:00
Do not use 100% nitrogen as a zero
gas. It is suggested that gas for the
zero be between 0.4% and 2.0% O2. Do
not use gases with hydrocarbon concentrations of more than 40 parts per
million. Failure to use proper gases
will result in erroneous readings.
Two tanks of precision calibration gas
mixtures. Recommended calibration
gases are nominally 0.4 percent and
8.0 percent oxygen in nitrogen.
Set the amount of time for the test
gasses to be turned on in number
of minutes and seconds, allow
enough time for signal values to
stabilize.
(f) Purge Time 0:00
Set the amount of time for the gas
lines to clear in number of minutes
and seconds.
(g) Abort Time 0:00
Set the amount of time allowed
between key functions before the
calibration procedure is aborted in
number of minutes and seconds.
A typical automatic calibration system
is shown in Figure 3-5.
2. Fully Automatic Calibration Setup. In
order for the IFT system to calibrate
automatically, the following parameters
from the CALIBRATE sub-menu in the
IFT have to be entered. Refer to Table
3-5. SETUP Sub-Menu.
(a) Auto Cal YES/NO
Set to YES
(b) Output Tracks YES/NO
Set as desired to configure analog
output tracking.
(c) Cal Intrvl XD XH
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(h) Res Alarm _____
Set the desired resistance alarm
between 50 - 10000 ohms.
Once these parameters have been set,
the system will initiate calibration without operator intervention as set by the
CAL INTVL parameter.
3. Manually Initiated Fully Automatic Calibration Procedure. The following procedure relates to an operator initiated
calibration, either by a remote switch
(CAL INIT on interconnect board) or
selected at the IFT by pressing the
CAL key using an MPS 3000 Multiprobe Gas Sequencer.
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(b) Press the CAL key. Select Perform
Calibration. "Press ENTER to start
Automatic Calibration" will appear
on the LCD display. Press ENTER
to start. Refer to Table 3-4. CALIBRATE O2 Sub-Menu.
(a) Press SETUP to display the
SETUP sub-menu. Select Calibration. Ensure that Auto Cal is enabled. Set the cursor on Auto Cal.
Press ENTER. Set Auto Cal to
YES if not already done.
PROBE
(END VIEW)
3
CHECK
VALVE
IFT
REFERENCE
AIR
TEST GAS
HPS
PROBE
SIGNAL CONNECTIONS
MPS-IFT
SIGNAL
CONNECTIONS
MPS
INSTRUMENT
AIR IN
NOTE: 1. THE MPS CAN BE USED WITH UP
TO FOUR PROBES. ONLY ONE PROBE
CAN BE CALIBRATED AT A TIME.
PROBE CALIBRATIONS MUST BE
SCHEDULED IN MULTIPLE PROBE
APPLICATIONS.
2. HPS OPTION SHOWN.
TEST GAS 1
(HIGH O2)
TEST GAS 2
(LOW O2)
730014
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SECTION 4
LDP OPERATION
4-2
Consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03296
before performing any work on the
CENELEC approved IFT 3000.
4-1
Fig. 4-1
Index
No.
OVERVIEW
Ensure that the oxygen analyzer, heater power
supply (if included with the system), and intelligent field transmitter have been properly connected. It is important to check that grounding
and screening of terminations are correctly
made to prevent the introduction of ground
loops. The IFT is equipped with noise suppression circuitry on the power supply and signal input lines. Proper grounding at installation will
ensure accuracy of function.
This section of the manual deals with operator
controls and displays available for the IFT
equipped with LDP and four membrane keys.
Operating instructions for the GUI equipped IFT
are included in Section 3.
Any procedures not associated with normal operations are included in Section 2, Installation,
or Section 5, Troubleshooting.
1
IFT WITH LDP FRONT PANEL CONTROLS
AND INDICATORS (Figure 4-1.)
Control/
LED
1
LED
Display
2
CAL
Calibration in progress
indicator light.
3
TGH
High test gas indicator light.
High test gas is being used in
calibration process.
4
TGL
Low test gas indicator light.
Low test gas is being used in
calibration process.
5
ENTER
The ENTER key is used to
initiate calibration or select a
test gas parameter to change.
6
▲
The increase key is used to
increase the value of the test
gas parameters.
7
▼
The decrease key is used to
decrease the value of the test
gas parameters.
8
SEL
2
CAL
TGH
TGL
3
4-3
Description
Indicates current O2 or test
gas value.
The select key is used to
scroll through the list of
parameters.
LDP DISPLAYS
4
SEL
8
ENTER
5
7
6
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Figure 4-1. IFT with LDP Front Panel
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before performing any work on the
CENELEC approved IFT 3000.
The LDP equipped IFT contains four selectable
displays. The displays are selected by pressing
the SEL key. The display is advanced once
each time the SEL key is depressed and continually scrolls. The only parameters which the
operator is permitted to change change are H
(high test gas) and L (low test gas). When a parameter is to be changed, press the ENTER
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key. To change the parameter, the increase and
decrease arrows are depressed until the proper
value is displayed. Depress the ENTER key to
accept the new value, or the SEL key to abort
the change. The four displays are as follows:
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tion. Calibration must be manually initiated.
Information on test gases and hardware requirements may be found in paragraph
3-10, Calibration.
b. Manual Calibration
a. O2
The O2 selection will display the O2 value on
the LED display when ENTER key is depressed.
b. H
The high test gas display allows the value of
the high test gas parameter to be changed
for calibration purposes.
c. L
The low test gas display allows the value of
the low test gas parameter to be changed
for calibration purposes.
d. CAL
The calibration selection allows the operator
to initiate the calibration process when ENTER key is depressed.
4-4
LDP DEFAULTS
The LDP equipped IFT is programmed at the
factory with the defaults indicated in Table 4-1.
For a description of the defaults refer to Table
3-4. SETUP Sub-Menu.
4-5
Consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03296
before performing any work on the
CENELEC approved IFT 3000.
1. Press the SEL key until CAL is shown
on the LED display.
2. Press ENTER. The CAL light is now
on. Turn on high test gas.
3. Press ENTER. The TGH light is now
flashing.
4. When the value shown on the LED
display has stabilized, press ENTER.
Turn off high test gas.
5. Turn on low test gas. Press ENTER.
The TGL light is now flashing.
CALIBRATION
6. When the value shown on the LED
display has stabilized, press ENTER.
a. Overview
7. Turn off low test gas. Press ENTER.
The LDP equipped IFT is configured at the
factory for manual (semiautomatic) calibra-
4-2
The following procedures relate to an operator initiated calibration. The calibration is
manually performed by the operator upon
data queues from the IFT. Any system without an MPS 3000 multiprobe test gas sequencer must follow these steps.
LDP Operation
8. All indicator lights are off. Calibration
complete.
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Table 4-1. LDP Defaults
PARAMETER
DEFAULT
Probe Calibration
High Gas
Low Gas
Auto Cal
Output Tracks
Cal Interval
Next Cal
Gas Time
Purge Time
Resistance Alarm
8.0%
0.4%
NO
YES
OFF
Disabled
5:00 MIN
5:00 MIN
1000 ohms
O2 Calculation
Slope
Constant
Htr Set Point
____(value from calibration)
____(value from calibration)
736°C (when implemented)
O2 Alarms
HI Alarm
LO Alarm
Alarm DB
30%
0.3%
0.0%
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DEFAULT
Efficiency Calc.
Enable Calc
K1 Value
K2 Value
K3 Value
NO
0.0
0.0
0.0
Relay Outputs (K1)
Event 1
Event 2
Event 3
Heater Fail
Cal. Fail
INCAL
Relay Outputs (2)
Event 1
Event 2
Event 3
LO O2
OFF
OFF
Analog Output
Source
Aout Type
O2 0-10%
4-20mA
4
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SECTION 5
TROUBLESHOOTING
b. Electrical Noise
Consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03296
before performing any work on the
CENELEC approved IFT 3000.
Install all protective equipment covers
and safety ground leads after troubleshooting. Failure to install covers and
ground leads could result in serious
injury or death.
5-1
OVERVIEW
The system troubleshooting describes how to
identify and isolate faults which may develop in
the Oxygen Analyzer System. Refer to Probe,
IFT, HPS, and MPS Appendices.
5-2
SPECIAL TROUBLESHOOTING NOTES
a. Grounding
It is essential that adequate grounding precautions are taken when the system is being installed. A very thorough check must
be made at both the probe and electronics
to ensure that the grounding quality has not
degraded during fault finding. The system
provides facilities for 100% effective
grounding and the total elimination of
ground loops.
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The IFT has been designed to operate in
the type of environment normally found in a
boiler room or control room. Noise suppression circuits are employed on all field terminations and main inputs. When fault finding,
the electrical noise being generated in the
immediate circuitry of a faulty system should
be evaluated. All cable shields must be
connected to earth.
c. Loose Integrated Circuits
The IFT uses a microprocessor and supporting integrated circuits. Should the electronics unit receive rough handling during
installation in a location where it is subjected to severe vibration, an Integrated
Circuit (IC) could work loose. The fault finding guides in paragraph 5-3a. and Table
E-2, Appendix EX, show the resulting variety of failure modes. It is recommended that
all IC's be confirmed to be fully seated before troubleshooting on the system begins.
d. Electrostatic Discharge
Electrostatic discharge can damage the IC's
used in the electronics unit. It is essential
before removing or handling the processor
board or the IC's used on it, that the user
ensure he/she is at ground potential.
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SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING
The IFT provides system failure information with
two different error message formats. The error
messages vary due to system configuration.
Refer to Appendix EX, IFT 3000 Troubleshooting.
a. GUI Equipped IFT
The status line of the GUI equipped IFT will
display one of ten conditions: OK, CAL
(calibration), C Err (calibration error), H Err
(heater error), TGLow (test gas low), HiO2
(high O2 level), LoO2 (low O2 level), and
R Hi (high resistance level), Off and PRBE.
Refer to Table E-2, Appendix EX for additional troubleshooting information on the
GUI equipped IFT.
World Class 3000
1. OK - The system is operating
normally.
2. CAL - The system is currently
undergoing calibration.
3. C Err - An error was detected during
the calibration process.
4. H Err - There is a fault within the heater
system.
5. TGLow - There is no test gas pressure.
6. HiO2 - The O2 value is above the high
alarm limit.
7. LoO2 - The O2 value is below the low
alarm limit.
8. R Hi - The cell resistance is above the
high limit.
Consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03296
before performing any work on the
CENELEC approved IFT 3000.
9. Off - The probe has been turned off
because the IFT cannot control the
heater temperature.
10. PRBE - The probe is disconnected,
cold, or leads are reversed.
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SECTION 6
RETURN OF MATERIAL
6-1
If factory repair of defective equipment is required, proceed as follows:
a. Secure a return authorization number from
a Rosemount Analytical Sales Office or
Representative before returning the equipment. Equipment must be returned with
complete identification in accordance with
Rosemount instructions, or it will not be accepted.
In no event will Rosemount be responsible
for equipment returned without proper
authorization and identification.
b. Carefully pack defective unit in a sturdy box
with sufficient shock absorbing material to
insure that no additional damage will occur
during shipping.
c. In a cover letter, describe completely:
1. The symptoms from which it was determined that the equipment is faulty.
2. The environment in which the equipment has been operating (housing,
weather, vibration, dust, etc.).
3. The site from which equipment was
removed.
4. Whether warranty or nonwarranty
service is requested.
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5. Complete shipping instructions for return of replacement or repaired equipment to you.
6. Reference the return authorization
number.
d. Enclose a cover letter and purchase order
and ship the defective equipment, according
to instructions provided in Rosemount Return Authorization, prepaid, to:
Rosemount Analytical Inc.
RMR Department
1201 N. Main Street
Orrville, Ohio 44667
If warranty service is requested, the defective unit will be carefully inspected and
tested at the factory. If failure was due to
conditions listed in the standard Rosemount
warranty, the defective unit will be repaired
or replaced at Rosemount's option, and an
operating unit will be returned to the customer in accordance with shipping instructions furnished in the cover letter.
For equipment no longer under warranty,
the equipment will be repaired at the factory
and returned as directed by your purchase
order and shipping instructions.
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SECTION 7
APPENDICES
APPENDIX AX. WORLD CLASS 3000 OXYGEN ANALYZER PROBE (CENELEC
APPROVED VERSION)
APPENDIX BX. HPS 3000 HEATER POWER SUPPLY FIELD MODULE (CENELEC
APPROVED VERSION)
APPENDIX DX. MPS 3000 MULTIPROBE TEST GAS SEQUENCER
APPENDIX EX. IFT 3000 INTELLIGENT FIELD TRANSMITTER
APPENDIX JX. HART COMMUNICATOR MODEL 275D9E IFT 3000 APPLICATIONS
7
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1. SEE SAFETY DATA SHEET 1M03226
FOR A LIST OF PROBE REPAIRS A
CUSTOMER MAY MAKE.
NOTES:
1
2. ITEM B , CALIBRATION GAS TUBE, FITS
INTO HOLE A WHEN PROBE IS
ASSEMBLED.
2
4
3. NOT ALL PARTS SHOWN ARE AVAILABLE
FOR PURCHASE SEPARATELY. FOR A LIST
OF AVAILABLE PARTS, SEE TABLE A-3.
5
6
7
3
9
10
B
8
A
11
12
13
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
14
21
18
O
E
HI
N
W
LE ENER
P
20
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
G
IN
N
P
E
O
19
SEE
8.
17
GISED
6.
7.
15
16
T
4.
5.
Snubber Diffuser
Retainer Screw
Calibration Tube
Insert
Retainer
Cell and Flange
Assembly
Corrugated Seal
Probe Tube and Junction
Box Assembly
Tube Nut, Ferrule, and
Tie-Rap
Hose Clamp
Label
Terminal Block
Label Attaching Hardware
Mounting Plate
Gas Connection
Terminal Block Marker
Seal Cap
Terminal Block
V-Strut Assembly
DO NO
1.
2.
3.
R
LABE BEF O
L
22
Terminal Block Screw
Ground Wires
Junction Box Gasket
Hose
Junction Box Lid
Probe Head Hardware
Cover Setscrew
E
24
23
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Figure A-1. Oxygen Analyzer (Probe - CENELEC Approved) Exploded View
A-0
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WORLD CLASS 3000 OXYGEN ANALYZER PROBE
(CENELEC APPROVED VERSION)
DESCRIPTION
a. Cell and Flange Assembly
Consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03226 for
probe safety related information.
A-1
OXYGEN ANALYZER (PROBE) – GENERAL
The CENELEC approved Oxygen Analyzer
(Probe), Figure A-1 consists of three component
groups (Figure A-2): probe exterior, inner probe,
and probe head. Specifications for the
CENELEC approved probe are contained in
Table A-1.
A-2
PROBE ASSEMBLY EXTERIOR
Primary probe exterior components include a
flange-mounted zirconium oxide cell, mounted
on a tube assembly and protected by a flame
arrestor and snubber diffuser.
The primary component in the cell and
flange assembly, Figure A-3, is a yttriastabilized zirconium oxide cell. It creates an
electrical signal when the oxygen level on
one side is out of balance with the oxygen
level on the other side. This signal is proportional to the difference in oxygen levels.
b. Probe Tube Assembly
Screws and a retainer ring secure the cell
and flange assembly, Figure A-3, to the
probe tube assembly. When in place, the
cell is inside the tube. The retainer ring is
high temperature chrome plated to prevent
galling and seizing. It is also coated with
anti-seize compound to help avoid seizing.
PROBE
TUBE
CORRUGATED
SEAL
PROBE
EXTERIOR
RETAINER
JUNCTION
BOX
E
O
LE ENER
O
P
E
N
IN
DO NO
G
T
PROBE
INTERIOR
W
GISED
HI
N
P
SEE
R
LABE BEF O
L
E
19780004
CELL AND
FLANGE
ASSEMBLY
CALIBRATION
TUBE INSERT
730009
Figure A-2. Main Probe Components
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Figure A-3. Cell and Tube Assemblies
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Table A-1. Specifications for Oxygen Analyzing Equipment
Probe lengths, nominal ...................................................
Temperature limits in process measurement area .........
Standard/current output ..................................................
O2 indication (Digital display and analog output) ............
Cell speed of response ...................................................
System speed of response .............................................
Resolution sensitivity ......................................................
Probe reference air flow..................................................
Calibration gas mixtures .................................................
Calibration gas flow.........................................................
Probe heater power supply .............................................
HPS 3000 power requirement ........................................
Ambient operating temperature of probe junction box....
HPS 3000 ambient operating temperature .....................
Approximate shipping weights:
457 mm (18 in.) package......................................
0,91 m (3 ft) package............................................
1,83 m (6 ft) package............................................
1
2
457 mm (18 in.), 0,91 m (3 ft), 1,83 m (6 ft),
depending on duct dimensions.
10-704°C (50-1300°F)
4-20 mA dc signal (factory set)
0.1% O2 or ±3% of reading, whichever is
greater using Rosemount test gases.
1 millisecond
less than 3 seconds (amplifier output)
0.01% O2 transmitted signal
56,6 L/hr (2 scfh) clean, dry, instrument quality
air (20.95% O2)
Rosemount Hagan Test Gas Kit Part No.
6296A27G01 contains 0.4% O2N2
Nominal and 8% O2N2 Nominal
141,6 L/hr (5 scfh)
44 Vac from HPS 3000
225 VA
0°-150°C (32°-302°F)
0°-50°C (32°-120°F)
30 kg (66 lbs)
40 kg (88 lbs)
55 kg (121 lbs)
All static performance characteristics are with operating variables constant.
Temperatures over 537°C (1000°F) may affect the ease of field cell replaceability.
The tube assembly includes a flange which
mates with a stack-mounted flange. Studs
on the stack flange make installation easy.
There is also a tube to carry calibration gas
from the probe head to the process side of
the cell during calibration.
c. Flame Arrestor Diffuser
The flame arrestor diffuser, Figure A-4,
protects the cell from heavy particles and
isolates the cell from changes in temperature. The assembly consists of a flame arrestor and a snubber diffuser. The flame
arrestor and diffuser thread onto the probe
tube. Pin spanner wrenches (probe disas-
A-2
1, 2
Appendices
sembly kit 1L03825G01) are applied to
holes in the diffusion element hub to remove or install the diffuser assembly.
The Flame Arrestor and Flame Arrestor Hub are among the critical components in this type of protection
(Flameproof Enclosure Type ‘D'). See
Safety Data Sheet 1M03226.
Systems that use an abrasive shield require
a special flame arrestor and diffuser assembly with a hub that is grooved to accept
two dust seal gaskets.
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PIN
WRENCH
HEATER
REFERENCE
GAS TUBE
SNUBBER
DIFFUSOR
CERAMIC
SUPPORT TUBE
19780006
V-STRUT
Figure A-4. Flame Arrestor Diffuser Assembly
P00005A
Figure A-5. Inner Probe Assembly
d. Cell – General
The components which make up the cell are
machined to close tolerances and assembled with care to provide accurate oxygen
measurements. Any replacement requires
attention to detail and care in assembly to
provide good results.
Failure to follow the instructions in
this manual could cause danger to
personnel and equipment. Read and
follow instructions in this manual
carefully.
The oxygen probe includes an inner electrode for the cell assembly. It consists of a
platinum pad and a platinum/inconel composite wire which produces the cell constant
offset voltage described in the Nernst equation.
With this pad and wire, the constant will be
between -10 to +15 mV. The cell constant is
noted in the calibration data sheet supplied
with each probe.
Every probe should be calibrated and
checked after repair or replacement of cell,
pad and wire, heater, or thermocouple, or
after disassembly of the probe.
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INNER PROBE ASSEMBLY
The inner probe assembly, Figure A-5, consists
of six main parts:
a. Ceramic support rod with four holes running
through the length. The holes serve as insulated paths for the cell signal wire and
thermocouple wires.
b. A heater that is helically wrapped on a
quartz support cylinder and insulated.
c. A chromel-alumel thermocouple which acts
as the sensing element for the temperature
controller. (Not visible in Figure A-4; located
within ceramic support rod.)
d. A platinum screen pad which forms electrical contact with the inner electrode of the
electrochemical cell. (Not visible in Figure
A-5; located at end of ceramic support rod.)
The pad is attached to an inconel wire
which carries the signal to the terminal strip.
e. A V-strut assembly to give support to the
inner probe assembly.
f.
A tube to carry reference gas to the cell.
Turn to Maintenance and Service for repair procedures for probe components.
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During calibration, two gases of different known
oxygen concentrations are injected one at a
time through the calibration gas fitting. Stainless
steel tubing delivers this gas to the process side
of the cell. In a healthy cell, the difference in
oxygen pressure from the process side to the
reference side of the cell will cause a millivolt
output proportional to the difference in oxygen
levels. The electronics unit can use the two
millivolt outputs caused by the two calibration
gases for either automatic or semi-automatic
calibration.
TERMINAL
STRIP
Do not attempt to remove a process
gas sample through either gas fitting.
Hot gases from the process would
damage gas hoses in the probe head.
CALIBRATION
GAS FITTING
REFERENCE
GAS FITTING
VENT
P00006A
Figure A-6. Junction Box
A-4
JUNCTION BOX
The junction box, Figure A-6, is positioned at
the external end of the probe and contains a
terminal strip for electrical connections and fittings for reference and calibration gases. Fittings are for 0.250 inch stainless steel tubing.
The calibration fitting has a seal cap which must
remain in place except during calibration. A
tubing fitting is also supplied to be used with the
calibration gas supply during calibration.
If the calibration gas bottles will be permanently
hooked up to the probe, an optional check valve
is recommended to prevent condensation of flue
gas in the calibration lines.
During operation and calibration, reference gas
is supplied through the reference gas fitting to
the reference side of the cell. This gives the
system a known quantity of oxygen with which
to compare the oxygen level in the process gas.
Unlike the non-CENELEC World Class 3000
Probe, reference air must be used in conjunction with the CENELEC World Class 3000
probe.
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CABLE ASSEMBLY
Cable used to interconnect apparatus must
conform to the applicable codes of practice in
the country of installation (example: BS4345 in
Great Britain). Rosemount can supply a cable
(P/N 1U03066) which is fitted with EExd IIC
barrier glands. The installer should note that on
some earlier versions of the cable, the glands,
although EExd IIC approved, are not of the barrier gland variety. These glands should not be
used. Rosemount can supply a gland kit for the
corresponding barrier gland (P/N 1U03066G07).
Each kit contains one pair of glands. The
Rosemount supplied cable is a 7 conductor
cable to connect the probe to the HPS 3000,
and to connect the HPS 3000 to the electronics
package. Standard length for this cable is 6 m
(20 ft), but lengths up to 45 m (150 ft) are available. The 7 conductors include 1 shielded pair
of wires for the cell millivolt signal, 1 shielded
pair of type K wires for the thermocouple, and 3
individual 16-gauge wires for the heater and for
ground. All metal shields are isolated at the
probe end and connect by drain wires to ground
at the electronics. The cable is suitable for use
in ambient temperatures up to 90°C (194°F).
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584.0
(23.0)
CABLE
693.67
(27.31)
CLEARANCE
REQUIRED
FOR PROBE
INSERTION
AND
REMOVAL FLANGE
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3.
2.
1.
GASKET
AND HARDWARE
7.
6.
4.
GASKET
AND
5.
HARDWARE
165.10
(6.50) REF
A
NOTES:
100
(3.93)
ELECT
CABLE
REF
GAS
CAL
GAS
DIRECTION
OF
FLOW
VIEW ‘A-A'
1
1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1
1 1 1
G01
G02
G03
A B C
GROUP
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940 (37) REF ON 3 FT (4507C26G07)
1850 (73) REF ON 6 FT (4507C26G08)
2770 (109) REF ON 9 FT (4507C26G09)
825.5 (32.5) REF ON 3 FT AND 6 FT PICK-UP (4507C26G07 AND G08)
1727.2 (68) REF ON 9 FT PICK-UP (4507C26G09)
WELD BY
CUSTOMER
REFERENCE AIR SUPPLY
PARTS LIST
CONNECTION BITE TYPE
PARTS LIST
GROUP NOTE
UNITS: INCHES
FITTING (PARKER CPI) FOR
0.250 O.D. TUBING. 2 SCFH
NOTE
DEFINER
MAT'L CODE
AT 3 PSIG MAX. CLEAN DRY
SIZE-REFERENCE PART NUMBER
AIR REQUIRED. FITTING IS
PART NAME
ITEM
INFORMATION
OR REF DWG
LOCATED ON FAR SIDE.
1U05680G20
DWG ) PROBE 18"
CENELEC
01
CALIBRATION AND PURGE
WORLD CLASS 3000
GAS CONNECTION. BITE
4507C26G07
DWG ) 3 FT
GAS PICK-UP
02
TYPE FITTING (PARKER CPI)
4507C26G08
DWG ) 6 FT
GAS PICK-UP
03
10 SCFH AT 32 PSIG MAX.
4507C26G09
DWG ) 9 FT
GAS PICK-UP
CALIBRATION GAS REQUIRED. 04
1M03241H01
ANALYZER HOUSING DWG
05
LAG TO ENSURE GAS
4507C51H03
DWG
MTG HARDWARE
06
TEMPERATURE DOES NOT
GO BELOW DEW POINT
1L03826G02
DWG
ASSY HARDWARE
07
o
o
OR EXCEED 500 C (932 F).
INSTALL WITH ANALYZER IN A VERTICALLY
GROUP NOTE
DOWNWARD DIRECTION ONLY.
A 3 FT GAS TUBE PICK-UP
FLUE GAS OPERATING TEMPERATURE
o
o
o
o
RANGE 650 - 980 C (1200 - 1800 F).
B 6 FT GAS TUBE PICK-UP
RECOMMENDED 2 IN. THK
INSULATION. THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY
K EQUALS 0.5 FOR INSULATION.
DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS WITH INCHES
IN PARENTHESES UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED.
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Figure A-7. Bypass Probe Option
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PROBE OPTIONS
704°C (1300°F) a bypass sensor package
can be employed. The bypass system uses
an 18 inch probe mounted externally on the
stack or duct. The process or exhaust
gases are directed out to the probe through
an extension/return duct. The bypass arrangement does not require the use of aspiration air and the gas which flows past the
probe is returned to the stack or duct.
a. Abrasive Shield Assembly
The abrasive shield assembly (IB-106300NX Series, Figure 2-1) is a stainlesssteel tube that surrounds the probe assembly. The shield protects the probe against
particle abrasion and corrosive condensations, provides a guide for ease of insertion,
and acts as a probe position support, especially for longer length probes. The abrasive
shield assembly uses a modified flame arrestor and diffuser filled with dual dust seal
packing.
The bypass probe package is normally used
for process temperatures of 704°C (1300°F)
to 980°C (1800°F). "Inconel 600" has an
operating range up to 980°C (1800°F).
Overall dimensions and mounting details of
the bypass system are shown in Figure A-7.
b. Bypass Probe Options
For processes where the flue gas exceeds
the maximum allowable temperature of
TROUBLESHOOTING
A-8
Before conducting any work on the
probe, consult probe Safety Data
Sheet 1M03226.
PROBE TROUBLESHOOTING
a. Probe Faults
The three symptoms of probe failure are:
1. The system does not respond to
changes in the oxygen concentration.
Install all protective equipment covers
and safety ground leads after troubleshooting. Failure to replace covers
and ground leads could result in serious injury or death.
A-7
OVERVIEW
The probe troubleshooting section describes
how to identify and isolate operating faults
which may develop in the probe assembly.
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2. The system responds to oxygen
changes but does not give the correct
indication.
3. The system does not give an acceptable indication of the value of the oxygen test gas being applied during
calibration.
b. Table A-2 provides a guide to fault finding
for the above symptoms.
c. Figure A-8 and Figure A-9 provide an alternate approach to finding probe related
problems.
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Table A-2. Fault Finding
SYMPTOM
CHECK
FAULT
REMEDY
1. No response to
oxygen concentration
change when:
Heater is cold and
TC mV output is less
than setpoint.
Heater is hot and
T/C mV output is at
setpoint ±0.2 mV.
Thermocouple continuity
Thermocouple failure
Replace thermocouple
or return probe to
Rosemount.
Heater cold resistance to
be 11 ohm - 14 ohm
Heater failure
Replace heater or return
probe to Rosemount.
Triac O/P to heater
Failure of electronics
Check HPS and
electronics package.
Recorder chart
Recorder failure
See Recorder Instruction Manual.
Cell mV input to electronics and cell mV at probe
junction box
No cell mV at probe when
test gas applied
Replace cell or return
probe to Rosemount.
Probe cell mV OK but no
input to electronics
Check out cable
connection.
Cell mV satisfactory both
at probe junction box and
input to electronics failure of electronics
Check electronics
package.
Recorder or remote
indicator
Calibration error
Recalibrate recorder or
indicator, reference
Recorder Instruction
Manual.
System calibration
Calibration error
Recalibrate system.
Probe mounting and
condition of duct
Air ingress into duct
Stop air leaks or resite
probe.
Cell mV input to
electronics
Failure of electronics
Check electronics
package.
Test gas input port
Blocked port
Clean port.
Ceramic diffusion element
Diffusion element cracked,
broken, or missing
Replace diffusion
element.
2. System responds to
oxygen concentration
changes but does not
give correct indication.
Good response, with
incorrect indication.
3. Probe does not give
accurate indication of
applied test gas.
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CHECK CELL MV
TERMINALS 1 & 2
IN PROBE
JUNCTION BOX
DOES CELL MV
CORRESPOND WITH
EXPECTED O2
CONCENTRATION
YES
NO - ZERO OR
VERY LOW
?
NO - HIGH
MEANS LOW O2 OR
COMBUSTIBLES IS GAS
STREAM. RECONFIRM THE
O2 CONCENTRATION
ZERO
?
CHECK THE CRIMP WHICH CONNECTS
THE INCONEL WIRE TO ITS EXTENSION
WIRE IN THE PROBE JUNCTION BOX.
LOW
CHECK CELL
RESISTANCE
CHECK ELECTRONICS
AND CELL MV I/P
TO ELECTRONICS.
CHECK CABLE
?
OK
PULL PROBE AND CHECK
FOR CRACKED DIFFUSION
ELEMENT OR CRACKED
CELL
?
REPLACE
CRIMP
TOO HIGH
GOOD
CONTACT
REPLACE CELL
CHECK THAT PLATINUM WIRE IS
MAKING CONTACT WITH CELL. IF
THE PAD ASSEMBLY CAN BE
PUSHED FORWARD THEN THERE
WAS POOR CONTACT
?
GOOD
CONTACT
REPLACE
CELL
Figure A-8. Flowchart of Probe Related Problems, #1
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CONTACT
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CHECK THERMOCOUPLE MV
AT TERMINALS 3 AND 4 IN
PROBE JUNCTION BOX.
IS IT ABOUT SETPOINT MV ±0,2 MV?
[THE MV MEASURED IS NOT YET COLD.
JUNCTION COMPENSATED, SO IT WILL
VARY BY -0,022 MV PER DEGREE
FAHRENHEIT RISE IN THE
TEMPERATURE OF THE ELECTRONICS
BOX LOCATION. NORMAL IS SETPOINT
MV AT 25°C (77°F).]
HEATER, THERMOCOUPLE AND
CONTROL ARE SATISFACTORY.
REFER TO HEATER POWER
SUPPLY TROUBLESHOOTING.
YES
?
NO
IS IT HIGHER,
LOWER, OR
ZERO?
HIGHER
LOWER
?
ZERO
1.
ALLOW ADDITIONAL TIME
FOR TEMP CONTROL TO
SETTLE.
2.
COLD JUNCTION TEMP
AT ELECTRONICS BOX
MAY BE MUCH LOWER
THAN 25°C (77°F).
IS
HEATER
THERMOCOUPLE
CIRCUIT
OPEN?
YES
NO
HEATER MAY BE DEAD. THERMOCOUPLE
MAY BE READIN STACK TEMPERATURE.
1. CHECK HEATER FUSE AND TRIAC
OUTPUT TO HEATER.
3. CONFIRM MV VALUE ON
ELECTRONICS UNIT. IF OK,
RESOLVE DIFFERENCE
BETWEEN VOLTMETER AND
ELECTRONICS.
REPLACE CONTACT
AND THERMOCOUPLE
ASSEMBLY
2. CHECK HEATER CONDITION.
TURN OFF POWER. RESISTANCE
BETWEEN TERMINALS 7 AND 8
SHOULD BE 11-14 OHMS.
RESISTANCE BETWEEN TERMINALS
6 AND 7 AND 6 AND 8 SHOULD
BE OPEN CIRCUIT. IF FAILED,
REPLACE STRUT.
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MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE
!
NOTE
Upon completing installation, make sure that the probe is turned on and operating prior to
firing up the combustion process. Damage can result from having a cold probe exposed to
the process gases.
During outages, and if possible, leave all probes running to prevent condensation and premature aging from thermal cycling.
If the ducts will be washed down during outage, MAKE SURE to power down the probes and
remove them from the wash area.
A-10 PROBE RECALIBRATION
Before carrying out any service or
maintenance on the probe, consult
Safety Data Sheet 1M03226.
When working on this equipment on
the laboratory bench, be aware that
the probe, probe tube, and flame arrestor hub can be hot [up to 370°C
(698°F)] in the region of the probe
heater.
Install all protective equipment covers
and safety ground leads after equipment repair or service. Failure to install covers and ground leads could
result in serious injury or death.
A-9
OVERVIEW
This section describes routine maintenance of
the oxygen analyzer probe. Spare parts referred
to are available from Rosemount. Probe disassembly kit 1LO3825G01 contains the required
spanner and hex wrenches. Refer to Replacement Parts of this appendix for part numbers
and ordering information.
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The oxygen analyzer system should be calibrated when commissioned. Under normal
circumstances the probe will not require frequent calibration. When calibration is required,
follow the procedure described in the Instruction
Bulletin applicable to your electronics package.
A-11 CELL REPLACEMENT
This paragraph covers oxygen sensing cell
replacement. Do not attempt to replace the
cell until all other possibilities for poor performance have been considered. If cell replacement is needed, order cell
replacement kit, Table A-3.
The cell replacement kit contains a cell and
flange assembly, corrugated seal, calibration tube insert, setscrews, socket head cap
screws, and anti-seize compound. Items
are carefully packaged to preserve precise
surface finishes. Do not remove items from
packaging until they are ready to be used.
Spanner wrenches and hex wrenches
needed for this procedure are part of an
available special tools kit, Table A-3.
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a. Follow the power down procedure outlined
in Safety Data Sheet 1M03226 and the official "Codes of Practice" for your country of
installation. Shut off and disconnect reference gas and calibration gas supplies from
probe junction box, Figure A-10. Wearing
heat resistant gloves and clothing, remove
probe assembly from stack carefully and
allow to cool to room temperature. Do not
attempt to work on unit until it has cooled to
a comfortable working temperature.
Before carrying out this procedure,
consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03226.
Wear heat resistant gloves and clothing to remove probe from stack.
Normal operating temperatures of
diffuser and vee deflector are
approximately 316° to 427°C (600° to
800°F). They could cause severe
burns.
b. The vee deflector is an option used with the
ceramic diffuser. Figure A-11 shows a probe
with a snubber diffuser. If the probe has the
vee deflector, remove vee deflector and hub
setscrews and remove vee deflector. Use
spanner wrenches from probe disassembly
tools kit, Table A-3, to turn hub free from
probe tube. If applicable, inspect optional
ceramic diffusion element. If damaged, replace element.
Do not remove cell unless it is certain
that replacement is needed. Removal
may damage cell and platinum pad. Go
through complete troubleshooting
procedure to make sure cell needs
replacement before removing it.
CELL EXTENSION
WIRE (ORANGE)
THERMOCOUPLE WIRE (-)
(RED ALUMEL)
THERMOCOUPLE WIRE (+)
(YELLOW CHROMEL)
GROUND WIRE
(GREEN)
GROUND WIRE
(GREEN)
HEATER WIRES
(BLACK)
EXTERNAL
EARTHING
HARDWARE
INTERNAL EARTHING
TERMINAL (TERMINAL 6)
CALIBRATION
GAS FITTING
REFERENCE
GAS FITTING
CABLE
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c. Loosen 4 socket head screws from retainer.
Pull off retainer and calibration tube insert, Figure A-12. Discard calibration tube
insert.
d. Press the cell flange against the probe end
flange and twist through 90° in both the
clockwise and counterclockwise directions.
This breaks the bond between the cell and
the platinum pad. Once the bond is broken,
remove the cell.
e. View the platinum pad through the probe
end flange. Reform the platinum pad into a
shape to match the cell electrode by gathering in any loose strands which may have
become untidy. This may be done with a
small flat screwdriver.
f.
and probe tube. Make sure the calibration
tube insert lines up with the calibration gas
passage in each component. Firmly seat
the calibration tube insert in the assembly.
Apply a small amount of anti-seize compound to screw threads and use screws to
secure assembly. Torque to 4 N·m
(55 in-lbs).
i.
To install snubber diffuser, apply anti-seize
compound to threads of probe tube, Figure
A-11, and snubber diffuser. Reinstall diffuser on probe tube. Using pin spanner
wrenches, torque to 14 N·m (10 ft-lbs).
j.
If using the optional vee deflector and ceramic hub, apply anti-seize compound to
threads of probe end flange, hub, and
setscrews. Reinstall hub on probe tube.
Using pin spanner wrenches, torque to
14 N·m (10 ft-lbs). Reinstall vee deflector,
orienting apex toward gas flow. Secure with
setscrews and anti-seize compound.
Torque to 2.8 N·m (25-in-lbs). Secure hub
retaining setscrew.
Remove and discard corrugated seal. Clean
mating faces of probe tube and retainer.
Remove burrs and raised surfaces with
block of wood and crocus cloth.
g. Rub one or two drops of anti-seize compound #3535B53G01 between fingers.
Smear on both sides of corrugated seal.
h. Install new calibration tube insert in retainer,
with the short arm of the tube insert penetrating the calibration gas passage in the
outer ring of the retainer. Assemble retainer,
cell and flange assembly, corrugated seal,
PROBE
TUBE
k. On systems equipped with an abrasive
shield, install dust seal gaskets, with joints
180° apart.
PROBE TUBE
(NOT INCLUDED KIT)
CORRUGATED
SEAL
CELL END
FLANGE ASSEMBLY
PIN SPANNER
WRENCH
RETAINER
SOCKET
HEAD CAP
SCREW
PROBE
END
FLANGE
CALIBRATION
TUBE PASSAGE
SNUBBER
DIFFUSOR
19780017
Figure A-11. Removal of Snubber Diffuser
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CALIBRATION
TUBE INSERT
730010
Figure A-12. Cell Replacement Kit
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l.
Reinstall probe and gasket on stack flange.
If there is an abrasive shield in the stack,
make sure dust seal gaskets are in place as
they enter 15° reducing cone.
m. Consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03226 then
turn power on to electronics and monitor
thermocouple output. It should stabilize at
29.3 mV ±0.2 mV. Set reference air flow at
56.6 L/hr (2 scfh). After probe stabilizes,
calibrate probe per Instruction Bulletin applicable to your electronics package. If new
components have been installed, repeat
calibration after 24 hours of operation.
A-12 CERAMIC DIFFUSION ELEMENT
REPLACEMENT
NOTE
This refers to ceramic diffuser element
only.
a. General
The diffusion element protects the cell from
particles in process gases. It does not normally need to be replaced because the vee
deflector protects it from particulate erosion.
In severe environments, the filter may be
broken or subject to excessive erosion. Examine the ceramic diffusion element whenever removing the probe for any purpose.
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Wear heat resistant gloves and clothing to remove probe from stack.
Normal operating temperatures of
diffuser and vee deflector are
approximately 316° to 427°C (600° to
800°F). They can cause severe burns.
Before carrying out this procedure,
consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03226.
Do not remove cell unless it is certain
that replacement is necessary. Cell
cannot be removed for inspection
without damaging it.
b. Replacement Procedure
1. Follow the power down procedure outlined in Safety Data Sheet 1M03226
and the official "Codes of Practice" for
your country of installation. Disconnect
cable conductors and remove cable,
Figure A-10. Shut off and disconnect
reference gas and calibration gas supplies from probe junction box. Wearing
heat resistant gloves and clothing,
carefully remove probe assembly from
stack.
Damage to the ceramic diffusion element
may become apparent during calibration.
Compare probe response with previous response. A broken diffusion element will
cause a slower response to calibration gas.
2. Loosen setscrews, Figure A-13, using
hex wrench from Probe Disassembly
Kit, Table A-3 and remove vee deflector. Inspect setscrews. If damaged, replace with stainless setscrews coated
with anti-seize compound.
Hex wrenches needed to remove setscrews
and socket head screws in the following
procedure are available as part of a Probe
Disassembly Kit, Table A-3.
3. On systems equipped with abrasive
shield, remove dual dust seal gaskets.
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4. Use spanner wrenches from Probe
Disassembly Kit, Table A-3, to turn hub
free from retainer.
PIN
WRENCH
RETAINER
OPTIONAL CERAMIC
DIFFUSION ELEMENT
5. Put hub in vise. Break out old ceramic
diffusion element with chisel along cement line and 9.5 mm (3/8 in.) pin
punch through cement port.
6. Break out remaining ceramic diffusion
element by tapping lightly around hub
with hammer. Clean grooves with
pointed tool if necessary.
7. Replace ceramic diffusion element,
using replacement kit in Table A-3.
This consists of a diffusion element,
cement, setscrews, anti-seize compound and instructions.
8. Test fit replacement ceramic diffusion
element to be sure seat is clean.
Do not get cement on ceramic diffusion element except where it touches
the hub. Any cement on ceramic diffusion element blocks airflow through
element. Wiping wet cement off of ceramic only forces cement into pores.
Also do not get any cement onto the
flame arrestor element.
9. Thoroughly mix cement and insert tip
of squeeze bottle into cement port. Tilt
bottle and squeeze while simultaneously turning ceramic diffusion element
into seat. Do not get any cement on
upper part of ceramic diffusion element. Ensure complete penetration of
cement around 3 grooves in hub. Cement should extrude from opposite
hole. Wipe excess material back into
holes and wipe top fillet of cement to
form a uniform fillet. (A Q-Tip is useful
for this.) Clean any excess cement
from hub with water.
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SETSCREW
HUB
CEMENT
PORT
CEMENT
FILLET
VEE
DEFLECTOR
21240026
Figure A-13. Removal of Optional Ceramic
Diffuser and Vee Deflector
10. Allow filter to dry at room temperature
overnight or 1 to 2 hours at 93°C
(200°F).
11. Wipe a heavy layer of anti-seize compound onto the threads and mating
surfaces of the flame arrestor, diffusion
hub, and probe tube.
12. Assemble flame arrestor and diffusion
hub with two pin spanner wrenches.
Torque to 14 N·m (10 ft-lbs). Secure
with hub retaining setscrew.
13. On systems equipped with abrasive
shield, install dust seal gaskets with
joints 180° apart.
14. Reinstall vee deflector, orienting apex
toward gas flow. Apply anti-seize compound to setscrews and tighten with
hex wrench.
15. Reinstall probe on stack flange.
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16. Consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03226
then turn power on to electronics and
monitor thermocouple output. It should
stabilize at 29.3 mV ±0.2 mV. Calibrate
probe per Instruction Bulletin applicable to your electronics package.
A-13 REPLACEMENT OF CONTACT AND
THERMOCOUPLE ASSEMBLY
HOSE
CLAMP
PROBE
JUNCTION BOX
HOSE
BACKPLATE
MOUNTING
SCREW
Use heat resistant gloves and clothing
when removing probe junction box
and inner probe assembly. Do not attempt to work on these components
until they have cooled to room temperature. Probe components can be as
hot as 800°C (1500°F). This can cause
severe burns.
Before carrying this procedure, consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03226.
a. Follow the cell removal procedure in paragraph A-3, steps a, b, c, and d. Using heat
resistant gloves and clothing, remove cover
setscrew (24, Figure A-1) and junction box
lid (23). Squeezing tabs on hose clamps,
remove hoses from inner probe assembly,
Figure A-14. Remove 4 screws which secure the inner probe assembly to the junction box. Disconnect all inner probe
assembly wires from the terminal block
(Figure A-10). Pull inner probe assembly
free from junction box. Set on bench and
allow to cool to room temperature.
b. Use a pencil to mark locations of spring
clips on ceramic rod, Figure A-15.
c. Pry or squeeze tabs on spring clips, and
pull contact and thermocouple assembly out
of probe assembly. Retain spring clips and
spring; replace if damaged.
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Figure A-14 Probe Junction Box Mechanical
Connections
HEATER
SCREWS
STRUT
CONTACT AND
THERMOCOUPLE
ASSEMBLY
GUIDE
LOOPS
SPRING
CLIP
BACKPLATE
MOUNTING
HARDWARE
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Do not bend wires closer than 6.4 mm (1/4
in.) from end of ceramic rod. Dress wires so
they do not touch sides of probe junction
box.
Be very careful when handling contact
and thermocouple assembly. The ceramic rod in this assembly is fragile.
d. While very carefully handling new contact
and thermocouple assembly, lay old assembly next to new one. Transfer pencil
marks to new rod. Throw away old contact
and thermocouple assembly.
e. Carefully guide new contact and thermocouple assembly through V-strut assembly
leaf spring (3, Figure A-16), spring (8),
spring clips (9) (held open by squeezing
tabs), tube supports and heater support until spring clip reaches pencil mark.
f.
Slide assembled inner probe assembly into
junction box and probe tube. To align calibration gas tube with corresponding hole in
backplate (A, B, Figure A-1) insert scriber
through hole in backplate and into calibration gas tube. Secure with screws. Reinstall
hoses.
NOTE
The letter "A" is stamped inside the
junction box close to the calibration
tube. The calibration tube may fall
over towards the opposite side. If it
has, bring it back towards the letter
"A" before inserting the inner probe
assembly. Also note that there are
grooves cut in the heater plates that fit
over the calibration gas tube. Insert
inner probe assembly gently to avoid
kinking the calibration gas tube.
g. Connect color-coded wires to proper terminals as shown in Figure A-10. Rosemount
recommends connecting the thermocouple
wires directly to the terminal strip. This is
because the junction of different metals at
the wires and lugs and at the lugs and the
terminal strip could act as additional thermocouple junctions. This could produce a
voltage that would affect the thermocouple
output signal.
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h. Reinstall the cell per paragraph A-11, steps
f, g, h, i, j, and k.
i.
Consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03226 then
power up system. Monitor thermocouple
output. It should stabilize at setpoint mV
±0.2 mV. Recalibrate probe per Instruction
Bulletin applicable to your electronics package.
A-14 REPLACEMENT OF HEATER, V-STRUT
AND BACKPLATE ASSEMBLY (Inner
Probe Assembly; Includes Contact and
Thermocouple Assembly)
Figure A-17 is a cross-sectional view of the
CENELEC approved oxygen analyzer (probe).
Use Figure A-17 and the following procedure to
replace heater, v-strut, and backplate assembly.
Before carrying out this procedure,
consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03226.
Use heat resistant gloves and clothing
when removing probe junction box
and inner probe assembly. Do not attempt to work on these components
until they have cooled to room temperature. Probe components can be as
hot as 800°C (1500°F). This can cause
severe burns.
a. Follow the cell removal procedure in paragraph A-3, steps a, b, c, and d. Using heat
resistant gloves and clothing, remove cover
setscrew (24, Figure A-1) and junction box
lid (23). Squeezing tabs on hose clamps,
remove hoses from inner probe assembly,
Figure A-13. Remove 4 screws which secure the inner probe assembly to the junction box. Disconnect all inner probe
assembly wires from the terminal block
(Figure A-10). Pull inner probe assembly
free from junction box. Set on bench and
allow to cool to room temperature.
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8
2
3
4
5
11
1.
2.
3.
10
Heater Ceramic Rod
Contact and Thermocouple
Assembly
Leaf Spring
4.
5.
6.
7.
9
Extension Wire
Ring Lug
Connector
Backplate
3 7
6
8.
9.
10.
11.
POOO15A
Spring
Spring Clip
Strut
Heater
Figure A-16. Heater, Strut, and Backplate Assembly (Inner Probe Assembly)
NOTE
Not all parts shown are available for purchase separately. For a list of available parts,
see Table A-3.
1
3 4
2
5
6
11
8
9
7
10
13
12
1.
2.
3.
4.
Snubber Diffuser
Calibration Tube Insert
Socket Head Cap Screw
0.25 In.-28 x 0.63 (16 mm)
Cell and Flange Assembly
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Corrugated Seal
Probe Tube Assembly
Gasket
Cover Head Assembly
Hose Clamp
10.
11.
12.
13.
19780022
Heater Strut
Retainer
Junction Box Setscrew
Flame Arrestor Hub Setscrew
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b. Slide new assembled inner probe assembly
into junction box and probe tube. To align
calibration gas tube with corresponding hole
in backplate (A, B, Figure A-1), insert
scriber through hole in backplate and into
calibration gas tube. Secure with screws.
Reinstall hoses.
recommends connecting the thermocouple
wires directly to the terminal strip. This is
because the junction of different metals at
the wires and lugs and at the lugs and the
terminal strip could act as additional thermocouple junctions. This could produce a
voltage that would affect the thermocouple
output signal.
NOTE
The letter "A" is stamped inside the
junction box close to the calibration
tube. The calibration tube may fall
over towards the opposite side. If it
has, bring it back towards the letter
"A" before inserting the inner probe
assembly. Also note that there are
grooves cut in the heater plates that fit
over the calibration gas tube. Insert
inner probe assembly gently to avoid
kinking the calibration gas tube.
c. Connect color-coded wires to proper terminals as shown in Figure A-10. Rosemount
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Do not bend wires closer than 6.4 mm
(1/4 in.) from end of ceramic rod. Dress
wires so they do not touch sides of probe
junction box.
d. Reinstall the cell per paragraph A-3, steps
f, g, h, i, j, and k.
e. Consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03226, then
power up system. Monitor thermocouple
output. It should stabilize at setpoint mV
±0.2 mV. Recalibrate probe per Instruction
Bulletin applicable to your electronics
package.
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REPLACEMENT PARTS
Table A-3. Replacement Parts for Probe
FIGURE and
INDEX No.
A-1, 13
A-1, 13
A-1, 13
A-16, 2
A-16, 2
A-16, 2
A-11
A-7, 2
A-7, 3
A-7, 4
1
2
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1
3D39149G06
1
3D39149G07
1
3D39149G08
2
3534B56G04
2
3534B56G05
2
3534B56G06
4847B61G19
4847B61G20
4847B61G21
4847B61G24
1U05677G01
1U05677G04
1U05677G06
6292A74G02
1N04966H02
1N04966H03
1M03241H01
4507C26G07
4507C26G08
4507C26G09
263C152G01
771B635H01
1L03650H01
IB-106-300NFX
IB-106-300NCX
IB-106-300NEX
1U03066G07
1U03066G07V-Strut Assembly (18 in.)
V-Strut Assembly (3 ft)
V-Strut Assembly (6 ft)
Contact and Thermocouple Assembly (18 in.)
Contact and Thermocouple Assembly (3 ft)
Contact and Thermocouple Assembly (6 ft)
Cell Replacement Kit (18 in.)
Cell Replacement Kit (3 ft)
Cell Replacement Kit (6ft)
Cell Replacement Kit (No Inconel and Platinum Pad Assembly)
Probe Disassembly Kit
F/A Diffuser Hub Assembly (Snubber Diffuser)
F/A Diffuser Hub Assembly (For use with Abrasive Shield)
Ceramic Diffusion Element Replacement Kit
Abrasive Shield Assembly (3 ft)
Abrasive Shield Assembly (6 ft)
90° Elbow for Bypass
Bypass Gas Pickup Tube (3 ft)
Bypass Gas Pickup Tube (6 ft)
Bypass Gas Pickup Tube (9 ft)
Reference Gas Air Set
Calibration Gas Rotameter
F/A Diffusion Hub Setscrew
Instruction Bulletin (IFT)
Instruction Bulletin (CRE)
Instruction Bulletin (Upgrade - CENELEC Digital Electronics)
EExd Barrier Gland Kit (one pair of glands per kit)
V-Strut assembly includes contact and thermocouple assembly.
Contact and thermocouple assembly includes platinum pad and inconel wire.
NOTE
The replacement parts listed above must be obtained only from the manufacturer or
his agent.
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APPENDIX BX, REV. 1.2
HPS 3000 HEATER POWER SUPPLY FIELD MODULE
(CENELEC APPROVED VERSION)
BX
DESCRIPTION
Consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03243 for
safety related information.
B-1
DESCRIPTION
The Rosemount CENELEC approved HPS 3000
Heater Power Supply Field Module (Figure B-1)
acts as an interface between probe and electronics and supplies power to the probe heater.
The unit allows the use of probes with a number
of different electronics packages.
The CENELEC approved HPS 3000 is certified
EExd IIC T6 to CENELEC standards EN50014
and EN50018.
The heater power supply, Figure B-2, consists
of a motherboard, daughterboard, and a transformer for supplying correct voltage to the
probe heater. The mother- and daughterboards contain terminal strips for connecting
probe, electronics, and power supply.
The HPS is jumper configurable for 120, 220, or
240 Vac.
If you reconfigure the equipment for a
line voltage other than the one marked
on the serial label, then you should
change the marking on the serial label
to state the new line voltage.
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P00001B
Figure B-1. CENELEC Approved HPS 3000
Heater Power Supply Field Module
B-2
THEORY OF OPERATION
The HPS 3000 Heater Power Supply may perform slightly different functions, depending upon
which electronics package with which it is used.
Figure B-3 shows a functional block diagram of
the unit. The HPS contains a transformer for
converting line voltage to 44 volts needed to
power the probe heater. The relay can be used
to remotely turn the probe on or off manually.
A triac module is used to turn the heater on or
off, depending on probe temperature.
When used with the CRE 3000 Control Room
Electronics or IFT 3000 Intelligent Field Transmitter, the HPS uses a cold junction temperature compensation feature. This allows for the
use of a less expensive cable between the HPS
and CRE or HPS and IFT. The HPS and electronics package can be located up to 364 m
(1200 ft) apart.
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SCREW
(2 PER COVER)
TRANSFORMER
JM8
TERMINAL
COVERS
(PROVIDED)
JM7
TERMINAL
STRIP (FROM
ELECTRONICS)
J7
JM5
JM4
JM1
JM2
J2
INTERNAL
EARTHING
HARDWARE
TERMINAL
STRIP
(FROM PROBE)
EXTERNAL
EARTHING
HARDWARE
FRONT VIEW
SIDE VIEW
P00002B
Figure B-2. Heater Power Supply, Interior
Table B-1. Specifications for Heater Power Supply
Power Supply .............................................................................. 110/115/220 VAC ± 10% at 50/60 Hz
Power Requirement .................................................................... 200 VA
Humidity Range........................................................................... 95% Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature Range...................................................... 0° to 60°C (32° to 140°F)
2
Vibration ...................................................................................... 5 m/sec , 10 to 500 xyz plane
External Electrical Noise ............................................................. Minimum Interference
Installation Category (Overvoltage Category)............................. IEC 664 Category II
Cabling Distance Between HPS 3000 and Probe....................... Maximum 45 m (150 ft)
Cabling Distance Between HPS 3000 and CRE 3000................ Maximum 364 m (1200 ft)
Cabling Distance Between HPS 3000 and IFT 3000.................. Maximum 364 m (1200 ft)
Approximate Shipping Weight..................................................... 20 kg (44 lbs)
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LINE
RELAY
TRANSFORMER
RELAY
ZERO
CROSSING
DETECTOR
TO HEATER
TRIAC
BX
TRIAC
FROM
IFT
OR
CRE
COLD
JUNCTION
TEMP.
AD590
TO
PROBE
PROBE TC
PROBE TC
STACK TC
STACK TC
CELL MV
CELL
730004
Figure B-3. Heater Power Supply Block Diagram
The standard cable, between probe and HPS, is
thermocouple compensated. This prevents the
additional junctions between thermocouple and
cablefrom producing a voltage which would affect the thermocouple output signal. A temperature sensor in the HPS monitors the
temperature at the junction and sends a voltage
signal to the CRE and IFT. The CRE and IFT
uses this signal to compensate the probe thermocouple reading for the temperature at the
junction between the compensated and
uncompensated cables.
In operation, when connected to the CRE 3000
Control Room Electronics, line voltage passes
through the relay (when on) and is converted
into 44 volts by the transformer. If the probe
thermocouple indicates that the probe has
dropped below operating temperature, a signal
from the CRE triggers the triac. The triac then
supplies voltage to the probe heater, warming
the cell. Conversely, if the probe thermocouple
indicates that the probe heater has reached the
upper limit of operating temperature, the CRE
deactivates the triac, shutting off power to the
heater.
B-3
CONNECTIONS TO NEW GENERATION
ELECTRONICS (IFT 3000 AND CRE 3000)
Use the following information about input and
output connections if your system includes
CENELEC approved new generation
electronics.
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a. Probe Thermocouple
PBTC+ and PBTC- (J3 pins 4 and 5, J8 pins
3 and 4). This thermocouple provides feedback from the probe heater to the electronics.
b. Stack Thermocouple (Optional)
STTC+ and STTC- (J2 pins 1 and 2, J9 pins
5 and 6). The stack thermocouple is a thermocouple separate from the CENELEC approved World Class 3000 Probe. It is used
to measure stack temperature.
c. AD590
AD590+ and AD590- (J8 pin 5, J8 pin 6).
The AD590 is a temperature measuring device used to measure temperature inside
the CENELEC approved Heater Power
Supply HPS 3000.
d. Zirconium Cell
PBMV+ and PBMV- (J3 pins 1 and 2, J8
pins 1 and 2). The voltage signal from the
zirconium cell.
e. Probe Heater
44 Vac output (J2 pins 4, 5, and 6). The 44
Vac output to power the probe heater.
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a. Probe Thermocouple
TRIAC
TRIAC+ and TRIAC- (J9 pins 1 and 2). The
signal by which the new generation electronics controls the triac of Heater Power
Supply HPS 3000. By controlling this triac,
the new generation electronics modulates
the 44 V waveform to the probe heater.
PBTC+ and PBTC- (J3 pins 4 and 5, J8 pins
3 and 4). This thermocouple provides feedback from the probe heater to the electronics.
b. Stack Thermocouple
g. Relay
Relay+ and Relay- (J9 pins 3 and 4). By activating or deactivating this relay, the new
generation electronics can switch off or
switch on the 44 Vac from the Heater Power
Supply HPS 3000 to the probe heater. This
feature is jumper selectable (JM2).
(Optional) STTC+ and STTC- (J2 pins 1 and
2, J9 pins 5 and 6). The stack thermocouple
is a thermocouple separate from the
WC3000 probe. It is used to measure stack
temperature.
c. Zirconium Cell
PBMV+ and PBMV- (J3 pins 1 and 2, J8
pins 1 and 2). The voltage signal from the
zirconium cell.
h. Line Voltage
(J1 pins 1, 2, and 3). Jumper selectable
(JM1, JM4, and JM5) for 120 Vac or
220/240 Vac.
i.
d. Probe Heater
44 Vac out (J2 pins 4, 5, and 6). This is the
44 Vac output to power the probe heater.
Shield (Cable Armour)
The cable armour, as well as providing mechanical protection, acts as a shield. This
shield is directly connected to the Heater
Power Supply HPS 3000 housing through
the cable gland.
e. Line Voltage Pins
This is a modulated 115 Vac from the old
generation electronics. Bridge rectifier
(BR1) converts this modulated 115 Vac to
the TRIAC+ and TRIAC- low voltage signal.
This signal controls the triac of the Heater
Power Supply HPS 3000. A modulated 44
Vac is thus sent to the probe heater.
NOTE
When using the HPS 3000 with an existing electronics package, such as
Models 218, 218A, or 225, the electronics will not have the input/output
capacity to support all of the functions
mentioned in this section. Refer to Instruction Bulletin IB-106-300NEX.
B-4
CONNECTION TO OLD GENERATION
ELECTRONICS
Use the following information about input and
output connections if your system does not include CENELEC approved new generation
digital electronics:
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f.
Shield (Optional)
(J8 pin 7.) The PBMV+/PBMV- and the
PBTC+/PBTC- lines to the old generation
electronics may be shielded against electrical noise through these connections.
g. Shield (Cable Armour)
The cable armour, as well as providing mechanical protection, acts as a shield. This
shield is directly connected to the Heater
Power Supply HPS 3000 housing through
the cable gland.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
B-5
Before carrying out any work on the
CENELEC approved HPS 3000, consult
Safety Data Sheet 1M03243.
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The HPS 3000 troubleshooting section describes how to identify and isolate faults which
may develop in the HPS 3000 assembly.
B-6
Install all protective equipment covers
and safety ground leads after troubleshooting. Failure to replace covers
and ground leads could result in serious injury or death.
OVERVIEW
HPS 3000 TROUBLESHOOTING
The HPS 3000 troubleshooting may overlap
with the probe in use in the system. Faults in
either system may cause an error to be displayed in the electronics package. Figure B-4
and Figure B-5 provide troubleshooting information.
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SYMPTOM
HEATER DOES NOT HEAT
UP (DOES NOT INCREASE
IN OUTPUT).
SET METER TO 250 VAC.
PLACE METER PROBES ON
J9, “FROM ELECTRONICS”,
ANALOG HEATER.
SET METER* FOR 50 VAC.
PLACE PROBES ON
TERMINAL BLOCK J2,
“FROM PROBE”, PROBE
HEATER.
METER SHOULD REGISTER
A PULSATING NOMINAL
115 VAC.
NO
CHECK FUSES IN PROBE
ELECTRONICS.
YES
METER INDICATES
PULSATING NOMINAL
44 VAC.
NO
DISCONNECT POWER TO
HPS AND PROBE
ELECTRONICS. CHECK
ALL FOUR FUSES IN HPS.
IF FUSES OK, POSSIBLE
PROBE ELECTRONICS TRIAC
FAILURE.
YES
DISCONNECT POWER FROM
HPS & PROBE ELECT. SET
METER ON RX1.
FUSES BLOWN IN HPS.
NO
CHECK JUMPER JM2 IS
INSTALLED.
YES
CHECK THAT LINE VOLTAGE
IS CORRECT BY SELECTING
CORRECT JUMPERS
ACCORDING TO CHART ON
INSIDE OF HPS COVER.
MEASURE RESISTANCE OF
HEATER BY PLACING
PROBES ON TERMINAL
BLOCK J2, “FROM PROBE”,
PROBE HEATER.
RESISTANCE MEASURED
SHOULD BE NOMINALLY
12 OHMS.
NO
YES
POSSIBLE TRIAC FAILURE.
REPLACE HPS
MOTHERBOARD.
REPLACE BLOWN FUSES.
HEATER IS OPEN.
REPLACE HEATER.
*SIMPSON MODEL 260 OR EQUIVALENT MULTIMETER.
34990015
Figure B-4. HPS Troubleshooting Flowchart, #1
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SYMPTOM
HEATER OVERHEATS.
NOTE: ON INITIAL STARTUP THE
TEMPERATURE OF THE PROBE MAY
OVERHEAT TO A NOMINAL TEMP OF
800°C(480°F).
CHECK IF THE YELLOW WIRE IS CONNECTED
TO POSITIVE AND THE RED TO NEGATIVE
ON BOTH “FROM ELECTRONICS” AND “FROM
PROBE” TERMINAL BLOCKS. (MODELS 218
AND 225 ONLY)
BX
NO
CONNECT THE WIRING
ACCORDING TO THE
DECALS ON THE TERMINAL
COVERS.
YES
SET METER* ON 250 VAC SCALE.
CHECK “FROM ELECTRONIC”, ANALOG
HEATER TERMINALS IF THERE IS A
PULSATING NOMINAL 115 VAC ON J9.
NO
IF THE VOLTAGE IS
CONSTANTLY ON, THEN
THE TRIAC IN THE PROBE
ELECTRONICS IS SHORTED.
YES
SET METER* ON 50 VAC SCALE.
CHECK “FROM PROBE”, TERMINALS AT
PROBE HEATER IF THERE IS A PULSATING
NOMINAL 44 VOLTS ON J2.
NO
IF THE VOLTAGE IS
CONSTANTLY ON, THEN
THE TRIAC MODULE IN
THE HPS IS SHORTED.
YES
CHECK PROBE ELECTRONICS SETPOINT
HAS BEEN CHANGED ACCORDING TO
APPLICABLE ELECTRONICS PACKAGE IB.
YES
CHECK IF PROBE HEATER VOLTAGE
SELECTION JUMPER JM7 INSTALLED
(REMOVE JM8).
*SIMPSON MODEL 260 OR EQUIVALENT MULTIMETER.
34990014
Figure B-5. HPS Troubleshooting Flowchart, #2
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MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE
Consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03243
before performing any work on the
CENELEC approved HPS 3000.
Install all protective equipment covers
and safety ground leads after equipment repair or service. Failure to install covers and ground leads could
result in serious injury or death.
b. Loosen setscrew (13, Figure B-6) retaining
HPS cover (14). Remove HPS cover.
c. Remove hex nut (2), flat washer (3), and
hex head bolt (4) that retain transformer to
mounting bracket.
d. Disconnect the 6-pin transformer wiring
harness connector from J7 on the HPS
motherboard (25). Disconnect the 2-pin
wiring harness connector from the jumper
that was selected to configure the HPS for
the proper voltage.
NOTE
B-7
OVERVIEW
This section describes service and routine
maintenance of the HPS 3000 Heater Power
Supply Field Module. Replacement parts referred to are available from Rosemount. Refer
to Replacement Parts of this appendix for part
numbers and ordering information.
B-8
B-9
B-8
The transformer connector is keyed
making connection possible in only
one direction.
e. Remove old toroidal transformer (11). Place
new transformer in position and reconnect
wiring harness connectors as noted in
step d.
FUSE REPLACEMENT
f.
The heater power supply's motherboard (25,
Figure B-6) contains four identical 5 amp fuses
(24) (5 amp anti-surge, Type T to IEC127,
ROSEMOUNT Part No. IL01293H02). To check
or replace a fuse, simply unscrew the fuse
holder cap (23) with a flat head screwdriver and
remove fuse. After checking or replacing a fuse,
reinstall fuse holder cap.
g. Tighten hex nut (2) and hex head bolt (4)
only enough to firmly hold transformer in
place.
TRANSFORMER REPLACEMENT
Place insulating disc (10) (one on either
side of transformer) and metal disc (12) on
transformer.
h. Reinstall HPS cover (14) and secure with
setscrew (13).
B-10 MOTHERBOARD REPLACEMENT.
Consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03243
before performing any work on the
CENELEC approved HPS 3000.
Consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03243
before performing any work on the
CENELEC approved HPS 3000.
a. Follow the power down procedure outlined
in safety data sheet 1M03243 and the official "Codes of Practice" for your country of
installation.
a. Follow the power down procedure outlined
in safety data sheet 1M03243 and the official "Codes of Practice" for your country of
installation.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
2
3
5
NOTE: NOT ALL PARTS SHOWN ARE
AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE
SEPARATELY. FOR A LIST OF
AVAILABLE PARTS, SEE
TABLE B-2.
8
7
10
6
11
2-PIN
CONNECTOR
6-PIN
CONNECTOR
10
12
1
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
4
22.
23.
24.
25.
17
26.
27.
28.
27
18
17
17
HPS Housing
Hex Nut
Flat Washer
Hex Head Bolt
Transformer
Mounting Bracket
Screw
Lockwasher
Flat Washer
Hex Standoff
Insulating Disc
Toroidal Transformer
Metal Disc
Setscrew
HPS Cover
O-Ring Seal
Slotted Screw
Lockwasher
Flat Washer
Terminal Strip Cover
(Probe)
Terminal Strip Cover
(Electronics)
HPS Daughterboard
PCB
Hex Stand Off
Fuse Holder Cap
Fuse
HPS Motherboard
PCB
Hex Nut
Hex Standoff
Earthing Hardware
26
27
25
24
28
18
17
18
18
23
14
16
18
22
13
22
15
21
18
20
17
16
18
19
17
16
P00007
Figure B-6. Heater Power Supply, Exploded View
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c. Disconnect transformer wiring harness connectors as described in the previous paragraph from motherboard (25).
n. Plug ribbon cable back into receptacle on
daughterboard and reconnect black and
white wires. The black wire goes to pin 8
and the white to pin 9 of terminal block J8
on daughter board. Reinstall terminal covers.
d. Remove slotted screw (16), lockwasher
(17), and flat washer (18) attaching terminal
strip covers (19) and (20). Remove terminal
strip covers.
o. Reconnect transformer wiring harness connectors to motherboard. Note that in any
case, the transformer's connector is keyed
so that it can only be inserted one way.
e. Unplug ribbon cable from the receptacle on
the daughterboard (21). Take note of location of black and white wires connected to
pin 8 and pin 9 of terminal strip J8. Disconnect these wires from J8.
p. Reinstall HPS cover (14) and secure with
setscrew (12).
b. Loosen setscrew (13) retaining HPS cover
(14). Remove cover.
f.
Unscrew stand offs (22) on either side of
the daughterboard. Remove daughterboard
(21).
g. Unscrew four stand offs (22) that support
the daughterboard.
h. Making a note of the location and color of
each wire, disconnect wires from terminal
strip on HPS motherboard (25).
i.
j.
Remove hex nut (26), lockwasher (17), and
flat washer (18) securing the HPS motherboard to the enclosure and transformer
mounting bracket (5).
Remove motherboard (25).
B-11 DAUGHTERBOARD REPLACEMENT
Consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03243
before performing any work on the
CENELEC approved HPS 3000.
a. Follow the power down procedure outlined
in safety data sheet 1M03243 and the official "Codes of Practice" for your country of
installation.
b. Loosen setscrew (13, Figure B-6) retaining
HPS cover (14). Remove cover.
c. Remove slotted screw (16), lockwasher
(17), and flat washer (18) securing terminal
strip covers (19) and (20). Remove terminal
strip covers.
k. Position new motherboard on stand offs and
reinstall hex nut, lockwasher, and flat
washer removed in step i.
d. Making a note of the location and color of
each wire, disconnect wires from the terminal strip on the daughterboard (21).
l.
e. Unplug ribbon cable from receptacle on
daughterboard. Take note of location of
black and white wires connected to pin 8
and pin 9 of terminal strip J8. Disconnect
these wires from J8.
Reconnect wires to terminal strip in positions noted in step h. Cross check with wiring diagram shown on Figure 2-4 of the
main text (IB-106-300NX Series).
m. Reinstall four stand offs removed in step g.
Position daughterboard (21) on stand offs
and reinstall stand offs removed in step f.
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Unscrew two stand offs (22) from daughterboard. Remove daughterboard (21).
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i.
g. Position new daughterboard on four stand
offs (22) on motherboard (25). Reinstall the
stand offs removed in step f.
h. Plug ribbon cable back into receptacle on
daughterboard and reconnect black and
white wires. The black wire goes to pin 8
and the white wire to pin 9 of terminal block
J8 on daughterboard. Reinstall terminal
covers.
j.
Reconnect wires to terminal strip in positions noted in step d. Cross check with wiring diagram shown on Figure 2-4 of the
main text (IB-106-300NX Series). Reinstall
terminal covers.
Reinstall HPS cover (14) and secure with
setscrew (13).
REPLACEMENT PARTS
Table B-2. Replacement Parts for Heater Power Supply
FIGURE and
INDEX No.
PART
NUMBER
B-1
B-1
B-6, 24
1U05667G01
1U05667G03
1L01293H02
B-6, 25
B-6, 21
B-6, 11
3D39080G02
3D39078G01
1M02961G05
IB-106-300NEX
IB-106-300NFX
IB-106-300NCX
DESCRIPTION
CENELEC HPS 3000 (120V)
CENELEC HPS 3000 (220V/240V)
Fuse 5A @ 250 Vac, anti-surge, case size; 5 x 20 mm, type T
to IEC127, Schurter
Motherboard
Daughterboard
Toroidal Transformer (120V/240V)
Instruction Bulletin Upgrade and Digital Electronics
Instruction Bulletin (IFT)
Instruction Bulletin (CRE)
NOTE
The replacement parts listed above must be obtained only from the manufacturer or
his agent.
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APPENDIX DX, REV. 2.1
MPS 300 MULTIPROBE TEST GAS SEQUENCER
DESCRIPTION
The MPS 3000 Multiprobe Test Gas
Sequencer must be installed in a
non-hazardous, explosive free
environment.
DX
NOTE
Z-Purge option is available. Reference
page D-4.
D-1
DESCRIPTION
The Rosemount MPS 3000 Multiprobe Test Gas
Sequencer provides automatic test gas sequencing for up to four probes. The MPS routes
test gas to the selected probe under control of
the CRE, IFT, or digital electronics package.
The electronics package can be preprogrammed by the user for automatic periodic recalibration, or manually initiated calibration
through the keypad on the front of the electronics package. The calibration parameters held in
the electronics package can be selected to
automatically update after each calibration.
The MPS is housed in a NEMA 4X (IP56) nonhazardous enclosure, Figure D-1.
NOTE
A single multichannel MPS cannot be
shared among a number of CRE electronics.
The MPS, Figure D-2, consists of: an air pressure regulator, a terminal board, a flowmeter
assembly (one for each probe, up to four per
MPS), HI GAS solenoid, LO GAS solenoid, a
manifold, and a power supply. Each flowmeter
assembly contains a probe solenoid.
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730005
Figure D-1. MPS 3000 Multiprobe
Test Gas Sequencer
An optional Z-purge arrangement is available for
hazardous area classification. See Application
Data Bulletin AD 106-300B.
D-2
THEORY OF OPERATION
A typical automatic calibration setup is shown in
Figure D-3. The MPS 3000 Multiprobe Test Gas
Sequencer operates under the control of the
CRE, IFT, or digital electronics package. When
the electronics package initializes automatic
calibration, the solenoid controlling the selected
probe is energized. Next, the solenoid controlling test gas 1 (high O2) energizes allowing test
gas 1 to flow to that probe. After the probe
measures the oxygen concentration of test gas
1, the gas solenoid is deenergized. An operator
selected time delay allows the gas to clear the
system. Next, the solenoid controlling test gas 2
(low O2) energizes and allows test gas 2 to flow
to the probe. After the probe measures the oxygen concentration of test gas 2, the gas and
probe solenoids deenergize. The automatic
calibration is now complete for the probe selected.
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ROTOMETER
POWER
SUPPLY
REGULATOR
TERMINATION
BOARD
TUBE
SOLENOID
CABLE
GRIP
MANIFOLD
HOSE
ADAPTER
35870005
Figure D-2. Multiprobe Test Gas Sequencer, Interior
Table D-1. Specifications for Multiprobe Test Gas Sequencer
Power Supply ........................................................................................... 110/115/220 Vac ±10% at 50/60 Hz
Power Requirement ................................................................................. 15 VA (Watts)
Electrical Classification ............................................................................ NEMA 4X (IP56)
Humidity Range........................................................................................ 95% Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature Range................................................................... -30° to 71°C (-20° to 160°F)
2
Vibration ................................................................................................... 5 m/sec , 10 to 500 xyz plane
External Electrical Noise .......................................................................... Minimum Interference
Installation Category (Overvoltage Category).......................................... IEC 664 Category II
Piping Distance Between MPS 3000 and Probe ..................................... Maximum 91 m (300 ft)
Cabling Distance Between MPS 3000 and Electronics Package ............ Maximum 303 m (1000 ft)
In Calibration Status Relay....................................................................... 48V max, 100 mA max
Cabling Distance Between MPS 3000 and Status Relay Indicator ......... Maximum 303 m (1000 ft)
Approximate Shipping Weight.................................................................. 16 kg (35 lbs)
D-2
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PROBE
(END VIEW)
CHECK
VALVE
REFERENCE
AIR
TEST GAS
ELECTRONICS
PACKAGE
PROBE
SIGNAL CONNECTIONS
DX
MPS-ELECTRONICS
PACKAGE SIGNAL
CONNECTIONS
MPS
INSTRUMENT
AIR IN
NOTE: THE MPS CAN BE USED WITH UP
TO FOUR PROBES AND FOUR
ELECTRONIC PACKAGES. ONLY
ONE PROBE CAN BE CALIBRATED
AT A TIME. PROBE CALIBRATIONS
MUST BE SCHEDULED IN MULTIPLE
PROBE APPLICATIONS.
TEST GAS 1 TEST GAS 2
(LOW O2)
(HIGH O2)
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Figure D-3. Typical Automatic Calibration System
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D-4
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19.05
(0.75)
1
(2 PLCS)
6
3
25.40
(1.00)
25.40
(1.00)
DETAIL
NOTES:
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PRESSURE TO
DIFFERENTIAL
PRESSURE
SWITCH
REF VENT
5
SYSTEM
REGULATOR
REDUNDANT PRESSURE
CONTROL VALVE
2
SYSTEM
SUPPLY
CALIBRATION
SCREW
VENTURI ORIFICE
EXPLOSION PROOF PRESSURE
LOSS ALARM SWITCH
(USED ON G02 ONLY)
(SEE DETAIL "A")
12.7 (1/2) CONDUIT WIRING INLET
REAR VIEW
BEBCO MODEL Z-PURGE
COM NO NC
"A"
6
5
4
3
ALARM NORMALLY CLOSED
ALARM NORMALLY OPEN
ALARM COMMON
ALARM SWITCHING
SWITCH CONTACT RATING:
15A - 125, 250, 480 VAC
1/8 HP 125 VAC
1/4 HP 250 VAC
CLASS 1, DIV. 1 AND 2 GR. C AND D
CSA, FM AND UL LISTED
CUSTOMER SUPPLIED INSTRUMENT
QUALITY COMPRESSED AIR SUPPLY
MUST BE EQUIPPED WITH A
TAMPER-PROOF REGULATOR SET
TO 34.48 kPa (5 PSIG) MAXIMUM.
USE KROY LABEL, BLACK ON CLEAR,
14 PT. CENTER LABELS UNDER
FITTING HOLES AT DISTANCE SHOWN.
TO BE CALLED OUT ON
SHOP ORDER.
"BEBCO" PURGE WARNING NOTICE
SUPPLIED WITH BEBCO UNIT AND
TO BE INSTALLED ON MPS UNIT
AS SHOWN.
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ATMOSPHERIC
ENCLOSURE
PRESSURE
INDICATOR
0-125 PA
LEFT SIDE
VIEW LABEL
ORIENTATION
AND HOLE
PLACEMENT
WITH ELECTRONICS DOOR CLOSED
TIGHTLY. SET AIR REGULATOR TO
65 PA (0.25 IN. H2O) AS INDICATED ON
REFERENCE GAUGE.
CUSTOMER SUPPLIED 6.4 MM
(0.25 IN.) OD LINE.
2. DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS
WITH INCHES IN PARENTHESES.
NOTES: 1. MPS 3000 IS NOT CENELEC
CERTIFIED, BUT THE Z-PURGE
OPTION IS AVAILABLE.
2
76.20
(3.00)
GROUP
G01 G02
A/R A/R
1
1
2
2
DRILL AND
TAP THRU FOR
1/4" NPT (2 PLCS)
38.10
(1.50)
SIZE - REFERENCE INFORMATION
DWG )
AML ) W/O PRESSURE LOSS SWITCH
AML ) W/ PRESSURE LOSS SWITCH
DWG ) 1/4" TUBE TO 1/4", S.S.
DEFINER
GROUP NOTE
MAT’L CODE
PART NUMBER
OR REF DWG
3D39425GXX
1A98474H01
1A98474H02
771B870H05
1
4
PART NAME
MPS ASSEMBLY
Z-PURGE UNIT
Z-PURGE UNIT
TUBE FITTING
PARTS LIST UNITS: INCHES
63.50
(2.50)
ITEM
01
02
03
04
NOTE
PARTS LIST
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D-3
OVERVIEW
D-4
This section describes troubleshooting for the
Multiprobe Test Gas Sequencer. Additional
troubleshooting information can be found in the
Instruction Bulletin for the electronics package.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Table D-2 provides a guide to fault finding failures within the MPS. The flowchart in Figure
D-5 provides an alternate approach to fault
finding MPS related problems.
Install all protective equipment covers
and safety ground leads after troubleshooting. Failure to replace covers
and ground leads could result in serious injury or death.
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Table D-2. Fault Finding
SYMPTOM
CHECK
1. Power to solenoid,
test gas not
released to probe.
FAULT
Test gas
Insufficient test gas
Solenoid
Solenoid failure
REMEDY
Install new test gas
tanks.
Replace solenoid.
2. No power to
solenoid.
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Replace power supply.
Fuses in power supply
Fuse blown
Replace fuse.
Main power source
Main power off
Reestablish power.
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SYMPTOM
SOLENOID IS
OPERATING NORMALLY.
YES
YES
CALL FOR FACTORY
ASSISTANCE.
NO
NO
SET METER* FOR 50 VDC.
PLACE PROBES ON
TERMINAL BLOCK J2, CAL
RET, AND J1 HI GAS.
SOLENOID IS RECEIVING
24 VDC.
ENSURE THAT A
SUFFICIENT SUPPLY OF
TEST GAS IS AVAILABLE.
INSTALL NEW TEST GAS
BOTTLES.
YES
REPLACE SOLENOID.
NO
PLACE PROBES FROM
METER ON J11.
METER INDICATES
24 VDC.
YES
REPLACE TERMINAL
BOARD.
NO
FUSES BLOWN IN MPS.
NO
PLACE PROBES FROM
METER ON J1, LINE 1,
AND LINE 2. SET METER
FOR 200 VAC.
YES
REPLACE BLOWN FUSES.
METER INDICATES 110
VAC AT J1.
YES
REPLACE POWER SUPPLY.
NO
*SIMPSON MODEL 260 OR
EQUIVALENT MULTIMETER.
CHECK MAIN POWER
SOURCE.
P0002D
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D-5
D-7
OVERVIEW
This section describes service and routine
maintenance of the MPS 3000 Multiprobe Test
Gas Sequencer. Replacement parts referred to
are available from Rosemount. Refer to Table
D-3 for part numbers and ordering information.
POWER SUPPLY REPLACEMENT
Disconnect and lock out power before
working on any electrical components.
a. Turn off power to the system.
Install all protective equipment covers
and safety ground leads after equipment repair or service. Failure to install covers and ground leads could
result in serious injury or death.
D-6
b. Loosen two captive screws holding the MPS
cover (15, Figure D-6). Open the MPS
cover.
c. Loosen two captive screws holding the inner cover (16). Lower the inner cover.
FUSE REPLACEMENT
d. Disconnect the 24V connector from J11 on
the termination board (34).
Power supply (58, Figure D-6) contains two
identical fuses. Perform the following procedure
to check or replace a fuse.
e. Remove two screws (39) and washers (38)
holding the terminal cover (37). Remove the
terminal cover.
f.
Disconnect and lock out power before
working on any electrical components.
NOTE
Tag and remove wires from terminals 1 and
4 or 5 of the transformer in the power supply (58).
g. Remove two nuts (60) and washers (59)
from the screws holding the power supply
(58). Remove the power supply.
220 Vac versions use two 0.5 amp
quick acting fuses (P/N 138799-014).
115 Vac versions use two 1 amp quick
acting fuses (P/N 138799-004). Refer to
Table D-3 for additional fuse specifications.
h. Mount the new power supply onto the
screws with two nuts (60) and washers (59).
Make sure the ground wires are connected
to the upper mounting screw.
i.
Reconnect the wires removed in step f.
a. Turn off power to the system.
j.
b. Open fuseholder (40) and remove the fuse.
After checking or replacing a fuse, reinstall
top of fuseholder (40).
Install the terminal cover (37) with two
screws (38) and washers (39).
k. Connect the 24V connector to J11 on the
termination board (34).
l.
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Close and secure the inner cover (16) with
two captive screws. Close and secure the
outer cover (15) with two captive screws.
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6
8
9
5
10
64
11
63
12
1
13
14
4
2
3
15
56
58
57
59
55
60
36
53
54
37
35
33
32
62
61
22
38
39
21
54
53
49
50
40
30
42
51
52
49
41
19
28
29
16
21
17
42
31
42
48
20
34
18
26
27
30
46
47
43
45
44
25
Figure D-6. Multiprobe Test Gas Sequencer, Exploded View
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LEGEND FOR FIGURE 3-1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
D-8
Enclosure
Screw
Plug
Cable Grip
Fitting
Hose Adapter
Pressure Switch
Plug
Solenoid Valve
Screw
Manifold
Washer
Screw
Gasket
Outer Cover
Inner Cover
Rotometer, 10 SCFH
Rotometer, 2.0 SCFH
Bracket
Screw
Hose Adapter
1/8 in. Hose
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
Nut
Lockwasher
Washer
Washer
Screw
Nut
Washer
Washer
Cover Stop Slide
Screw
Washer
Termination Board
Standoff
Mounting Bracket
Cover Plate
Washer
Screw
Fuseholder
Plastic Nut
Bushing
Pressure Gauge
Bolt
SOLENOID VALVE REPLACEMENT
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
f.
An MPS 3000 will always have a HI GAS solenoid (63, Figure D-6) and a LOW GAS solenoid
(64) mounted to the manifold (11). Each probe
will also have a solenoid valve (9) mounted on
the manifold.
Washer
Drain Valve
1/8 in. Impolene Tubing
Connector
Elbow
Pressure Regulator
Hose Adapter
1/4 in. Tube
Screw
Washer
Inner Enclosure
Washer
Screw
Power Supply
Washer
Nut
Screw
Washer
Solenoid
Solenoid
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With a spanner wrench or padded pliers,
remove the remaining part of the solenoid
from the manifold (11).
g. Separate the new solenoid and screw the
smaller part into the manifold.
h. Place the top part of the solenoid into position and tighten the retaining ring.
Disconnect and lock out power before
working on any electrical components.
i.
Connect the plug to the proper receptacle
on the termination board (34).
a. Turn off power to the system.
j.
Close and secure the inner cover (16) with
two captive screws. Close and secure the
outer cover (15) with two captive screws.
b. Loosen two captive screws holding the MPS
cover (15, Figure D-6). Open the MPS
cover.
c. Loosen two captive screws holding the inner cover (16). Lower the inner cover.
d. Disconnect the HI GAS (J17), LOW GAS
(J18), or Probe (J13-J16) plug from its receptacle on the termination board (34).
e. Loosen the retaining ring in the middle of
the solenoid and remove the top part.
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PRESSURE REGULATOR MAINTENANCE
a. Pressure Adjustments
Pressure regulator (50, Figure D-6) is factory set to 138 kPa (20 psi). Should the
pressure need to be changed or adjusted,
use the knob on top of the pressure regulator.
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b. Condensation Drain
To drain excess moisture from the internal
gas circuit of the MPS, periodically loosen
drain valve (46) on the bottom of pressure
regulator (50). The moisture will flow
through vinyl tubing drain (47) on the bottom of pressure regulator (50) and exit the
bottom of MPS enclosure (1).
D-10 FLOWMETER ADJUSTMENTS
There are two flowmeters per flowmeter assembly. The top flowmeter is factory set to 5 scfh.
The bottom flowmeter is set to 2 scfh. Should
the flow need to be changed or adjusted, use
knob on the bottom of the respective flowmeter.
D-11 ADDING PROBES TO THE MPS
This procedure is used to add a probe to the
MPS.
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d. From the backside of the inner cover, locate
the rotometer positions next to the existing
unit(s). Insert a hacksaw blade into the slots
surrounding the positions for two rotameters, and saw out the knockout tabs.
e. From the front of the inner cover, install a
rotometer (P/N 771B635H01) into the top
hole and a rotameter (P/N 771B635H02)
into the bottom hole. From the backside secure with brackets provided.
f.
g. Install 1/8" hose adapters (P/N
1A97553H01) into the empty holes using a
suitable pipe dope. Attach the tubing.
h. Remove a brass screw plug (P/N
1A97900H01) and install a solenoid (P/N
3D39435G01). Make sure the O-ring seals
properly.
i.
Attach the hoses to the rotameter using the
existing installation as a guide. Support the
rotameter while attaching the hose.
j.
Install the solenoid wire connector into the
proper position (J14-J16) on the termination
board (34).
a. Turn off power to the system.
b. Loosen the two captive screws holding the
MPS cover (15). Lift the cover.
c. Loosen the two captive screws that hold the
inner cover (16) and lower the cover.
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Remove four brass screw plugs (TEST GAS
IN, TEST GAS OUT, REF GAS IN, and REF
GAS OUT) for the next probe position in the
manifold.
k. Close and secure the inner cover (16) with
two captive screws. Close and secure the
outer cover (15) with two captive screws.
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REPLACEMENT PARTS
Table D-3. Replacement Parts for the Multiprobe Test Gas Sequencer
FIGURE and
INDEX No.
PART
NUMBER
D-6, 1
D-6, 9
D-6, 40
1A97909H01*
3D39435G01**
138799-004
D-6, 40
138799-014
D-6, 7
D-6, 7
771B635H01**
771B635H02**
1A98631
1A97553H01**
4947B46H01**
4847B46H02**
4847B46H03**
4847B46H04**
7307A56602
D-6, 17
D-3
DESCRIPTION
Power Supply
Solenoid Valve
Fuse, fast acting, 1A @ 250 Vac, size: 1/4" Dia. x 1-1/4" Lg., glass
body, non time delay, Bussman part no. BK/AGC-1
Fuse, fast acting, 0.5A @ 250 Vac, size: 1/4" Dia. x 1-1/4" Lg., glass
body, non time delay, Bussman part no. BK/AGC-1/2
Flowmeter Assembly - Test Gas
Flowmeter Assembly - Reference Gas
Probe Adder Kit
Hose Adapter
Tubing Length
Tubing Length
Tubing Length
Tubing Length
Check Valve
* Specify line voltage and probe type when ordering.
** These items are included in the probe adder kit.
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APPENDIX EX, REV. 1.3
IFT 3000 INTELLIGENT FIELD TRANSMITTER
DESCRIPTION
See Safety Data Sheet 1M03296 for
safety related information.
E-1
DESCRIPTION
The Rosemount IFT 3000 Intelligent Field
Transmitter (IFT) (CENELEC Approved), Figure
E-1, provides all necessary intelligence for controlling a probe and the optional Multiprobe Test
Gas Sequencer. The IFT provides a userfriendly, menu-driven operator interface with
context-sensitive, on-line help. The IFT may
also be used without an HPS.
The IFT is based on a modular design. There is
a maximum total of five PC boards within the
IFT. Every IFT contains a microprocessor
board, a power supply board, and an interconnect board. Additionally, an IFT may also contain an LDP field electronics board and/or GUI
(General User Interface) multipurpose board
depending upon the configuration needed.
The front panel configuration may be as follows:
a blind unit with no display, a GUI interface with
an LDP, and an LDP interface with four membrane keys. If the IFT has both a GUI interface
and an LDP, the LDP will not be equipped with
the operator keys.
a. Microprocessor Board
The microprocessor board contains,
EEPROM, RAM, and a real-time clock. The
microprocessor board also controls the
probe heater. The IFT can be used in conjunction with or without an optional HPS
3000 Heater Power Supply providing power
to the heater depending upon the user's application.
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Figure E-1. IFT 3000 Intelligent Field Transmitter
(CENELEC Approved)
b. Interconnect Board
The interconnect board is used for all communications from the IFT to the other components within the system. These other
components may include an optional HPS
3000 Heater Power Supply, optional MPS
Multiprobe Test Gas Sequencer, World
Class 3000 Probe (non-HPS equipped
system), additional IFTs or CREs, printer,
IBM PC, analog output, and relay outputs.
c. Power Supply Board
The power supply board is user configurable for five different line voltages to include
100, 120, 220, and 240 Vac.
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Table E-1. Specification for Intelligent Field Transmitter
Electrical Classification ................................................................. EExd II BT6 (IP65)
Humidity Range ............................................................................ 95% Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature Range ....................................................... 0° to 50°C (32° to 122°F)
2
Vibration ........................................................................................ 5 m/sec , 10 to 500 xyz plane
External Electrical Noise ............................................................... Minimum interference
*Communications .......................................................................... 1 RS-422 for printer
1 RS-485 for field communications
(CRE 3000 or IBM PC)
Analog Outputs ............................................................................. Isolated, 0-20 mA, 4-20 mA, 0-10 V, 20-0 mA,
20-4 mA, or 10-0 V output
O2 Accuracy (analog output) ......................................................... 0.1% O2 or +3% of reading, whichever is
greater using Hagan test gases
O2 Range ...................................................................................... Field selectable
Power Supply ................................................................................ 100/120/220/240 +10% Vac at 50/60 Hz
Power Requirements .................................................................... (w/HP S 3000): 30 VA (Watts)
(w/WC 3000 Probe): 275 VA (Watts)
Installation Category (Overvoltage Category) ............................... IEC 664 Category II
Output Resolution ......................................................................... 11 bits (1 bit = 0.05% of output F.S.)
System Speed of Response (amplifier output) ............................. Less than 3 seconds
Resolution Sensitivity - transmitted signal .................................... 10.01% O2
Deadman Contact Output ............................................................. Form-C, 48 Volt max, 100 mA max
Programmable Contact Outputs ................................................... 2 available, Form-C, 48 V max, 100 mA max
Displays (optional) ......................................................................... 1, with 2.03 cm (0.8 in.) high, 3-character,
alphanumeric LED display
Operator Interface (optional) ......................................................... 4-line by 20-character backlight LCD alphanumeric display; 8-key general purpose
keyboard
Approximate Shipping Weight ...................................................... 23 kg (50 lbs)
*Available at future date.
d. LDP Field Electronics Board (optional)
The LDP field electronics board, which is
part of the LDP assembly, may be installed
in two possible configurations. The first
configuration consists of an LED display
which displays the current O2 value. The
display also has indicating LEDs for high
test gas (TGH), low test gas (TGL), and
calibrating (CAL).
The second possible configuration consists
of the LED display with four membrane
keys. This configuration is used only when
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the IFT has not been equipped with a GUI
multipurpose board. The four membrane
keys only allow for calibration to be selected
and test gas values to be changed.
e. GUI Multipurpose Board (optional)
The GUI multipurpose board, which is part
of the GUI assembly, has a 4-line by 20character liquid crystal display (LCD) and
eight membrane keys. All operator-set variables are input using the LCD screen and
keyboard.
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E-2
THEORY OF OPERATION
A functional block diagram of the IFT, connected to the HPS and probe, is shown in
Figure E-2. In operation, the IFT monitors the
temperature of the cell by means of the probe
thermocouple. The IFT controls the temperature
of the cell.
NOTE
The IFT may also be connected directly to the probe without the use of
an HPS. In this instance, the probe
heater will be controlled directly at the
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A cold junction temperature compensation feature ensures an accurate probe thermocouple
reading. A temperature sensor in the heater
power supply monitors the temperature at the
junction between the compensated cable running to the probe and the uncompensated cable
running to the IFT. The voltage from this sensor
is used by the IFT to compensate the probe
thermocouple readings for the temperature at
the junction.
The cell signal is a voltage proportional to the
oxygen concentration difference between the
two sides of the cell. The IFT receives this signal and translates it into a user-specified form
for display and/or output.
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PROBE
LINE
RELAY
TRANSFORMER
RELAY
ZERO
CROSSING
DETECTOR
TRIAC
TO HEATER
TRIAC
AD590
COLD
JUNCTION
TEMP.
PROBE TC
PROBE TC
STACK TC
STACK TC
CELL MV
CELL
HEATER POWER SUPPLY (OPTIONAL)
IFT
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Consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03296
before performing any work on the
CENELEC approved IFT 3000.
Install all protective equipment covers
and safety ground leads after troubleshooting. Failure to install covers and
ground leads could result in serious
injury or death.
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3. LED ON - FLASHING.
Microprocessor normal.
b. Equipment Status (LCD) Displays
The status line of the GUI equipped IFT will
display one of the following conditions. To
troubleshoot an equipment fault, refer to
COMPONENT FAILURE indications applicable to the display message (SYMPTOM)
in Table E-2.
1. OK - The system is operating normally.
OVERVIEW
2. CAL - The system is currently undergoing calibration.
The IFT troubleshooting section describes how
to identify and isolate faults which may develop
in the IFT.
3. C Err - An error was detected during
the calibration process.
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4. H Err - There is a fault within the heater
system.
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IFT troubleshooting is achieved by determining
the functional status of the microprocessor
board and interpreting status displays on the
front panel.
5. TGLow - There is no test gas pressure.
a. Microprocessor Status LED
7. LoO2 - The O2 value is below the low
alarm limit.
6. HiO2 - The O2 value is above the high
alarm limit.
The microprocessor board includes an LED
to aid in isolating equipment faults. LED indications are as follows:
8. R Hi - The cell resistance is above the
high limit.
1. LED OFF. IFT failure or power is removed; refer to Troubleshooting Flowchart #1 (Figure E-3).
9. Off - The probe has been turned OFF
because the IFT cannot control the
heater temperature.
2. LED ON - STEADY. Heater system
failure; refer to Troubleshooting Flowchart #2 (Figure E-4).
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10. PRBE - The probe is disconnected,
cold, or leads are reversed.
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SYMPTOM - MICROPROCESSOR BOARD LED IS OFF
SET METER* FOR 300
VAC. PLACE PROBES ON
TERMINAL BLOCK J5.
METER INDICATES
CURRENT LINE SETTING.
NO
EXAMINE MAIN LINE
CURRENT.
YES
DISCONNECT POWER TO
IFT. CHECK FUSES ON
POWER SUPPLY BOARD.
YES
FUSES BLOWN IN IFT.
CHECK THAT LINE
VOLTAGE JUMPERS ARE
SET CORRECTLY.
REPLACE BLOWN FUSES.
NO
SET METER FOR 50 VDC.
CHECK VOLTAGE TEST
POINTS ON
MICROPROCESSOR BOARD.
METER INDICATES
CORRECT VOLTAGES FOR
TEST POINTS.
NO
REPLACE POWER
SUPPLY BOARD.
YES
REPLACE
MICROPROCESSOR
BOARD.
*SIMPSON MODEL 260 OR EQUIVALENT MULTIMETER.
34990013
Figure E-3. IFT Troubleshooting Flowchart, #1
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SYMPTOM - MICROPROCESSOR BOARD LED IS STEADY ON
OXYGEN ANALYZER
SYSTEM IS EQUIPPED
WITH HPS 3000.
YES
CHECK THAT JUMPERS
JM6 ON MICROPROCESSOR
BOARD AND JM1 ON
INTERCONNECT BOARD
ARE REMOVED.
REFER TO APPENDIX BX,
TROUBLESHOOTING, FOR
JUMPER LOCATIONS.
NO
CHECK JUMPERS JM6 ON
MICROPROCESSOR BOARD
AND JM1 ON INTERCONNECT
BOARD ARE INSTALLED.
CHECK JUMPERS 9
OR 10 ON POWER
SUPPLY BOARD FOR CORRECT CONFIGURATIONS.
NO
DISCONNECT POWER
AND INSTALL JUMPERS
CORRECTLY. REFER TO
FIGURE 2-5 OF MAIN IB
SECTION.
YES
REFER TO PROBE
TROUBLESHOOTING,
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730008
Figure E-4. IFT Troubleshooting Flowchart, #2
END OF
FLOWCHART
SYMPTOM - GENERAL USER INTERFACE OR
LED DISPLAY PANEL NOT FUNCTIONING
REPLACE GUI OR LDP
BOARD.
STILL NOT FUNCTIONING.
CALL FACTORY FOR
ASSISTANCE.
730015
Figure E-5. IFT Troubleshooting Flowchart, #3
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Table E-2. GUI Equipped IFT Fault Finding
SYMPTOM
COMPONENT FAILURE
1.
Display is blank.
Possible failure within IFT. Check LED on microprocessor board.
2.
C Err is displayed.
Repeat calibration sequence. If error persists, troubleshoot major
components.
3.
H Err is displayed.
Ensure jumpers are set correctly on IFT. If system is equipped with HPS
refer to Appendix BX, Troubleshooting, for additional troubleshooting
procedures.
4.
TGLow is displayed.
Possible failure within the MPS. Refer to Appendix DX, Troubleshooting,
for additional troubleshooting procedures.
*5.
HiO2 is displayed.
Possible failure within the probe. Ensure the high alarm level has been entered correctly. Refer to Appendix AX, Troubleshooting, for additional
troubleshooting procedures.
*6.
LoO2 is displayed.
Possible failure within the probe. Ensure the low alarm parameter has been
entered correctly. Refer to Appendix AX, Troubleshooting, for additional
troubleshooting procedures.
7.
R Hi is displayed.
Cell resistance has exceeded upper limit. Ensure resistance value has been
entered correctly. Refer to Appendix AX, Troubleshooting, for additional
troubleshooting procedures.
8.
Off
The probe has been turned OFF because the IFT cannot control the heater
temperature.
9.
PRBE
The probe is disconnected, cold, or leads are reversed.
*HiO2 and LoO2 can occur in the system without system failure.
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e. Close liner assembly front panel (22) and
secure by turning 1/4 turn fastener (21)
clockwise.
See Safety Data Sheet 1M03296 for
safety related information.
f.
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Install all protective equipment covers
and safety ground leads after equipment repair or service. Failure to install covers and ground leads could
result in serious injury or death.
E-5
OVERVIEW
This section describes service and routine
maintenance of the Intelligent Field Transmitter.
Replacement parts referred to are available
from Rosemount. Refer to Replacement Parts
for part numbers and ordering information.
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FUSE REPLACEMENT
Power supply board (4, Figure E-6) contains
four identical 5 amp fuses (5 amp anti-surge,
Type T to IEC127, Rosemount part number
1L01293H02). Perform the following procedure
to check or replace a fuse. In addition, 2 additional 5 amp fuses (F1 and F2) are included if
the unit has an internal heater installed.
a. Follow the Power Down procedure outlined
in Safety Data Sheet 1M03296 and the official "codes of practice" for your country of
installation.
TRANSFORMER REPLACEMENT
See Safety Data Sheet 1M03296 for
safety related information.
a. Follow the Power Down procedure outlined
in Safety Data Sheet 1M03296 and the official "codes of practice" for your country of
installation.
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b. Open cover door (17) of the IFT by removing securing screws (23).
c. Open liner assembly front panel (22) of the
IFT by turning 1/4 turn fastener (21) counterclockwise.
d. Disconnect cable (1) from the receptacle on
microprocessor board (16). Disconnect GUI
assembly cable or LDP assembly cable
from receptacles on microprocessor board if
IFT is equipped with GUI or LDP.
e. Carefully tagging wires, remove the wires
from terminal strip on interconnect board
(14).
f.
b. Open cover door (17) of the IFT by removing securing screws (23).
c. Open liner assembly front panel (22) of the
IFT by turning 1/4 turn fastener (21) counterclockwise.
d. Unscrew fuse holder top and remove the
fuse (5). After checking or replacing a fuse,
reinstall the fuse holder top.
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Close cover door (13) and secure with securing screws (23).
Remove mounting plate (17) by removing
four screws (6) and washers (7) from liner
assembly (9).
g. Disconnect transformer cable plugs from the
receptacles on power supply board (4).
h. Remove transformer (10) from the enclosure base (11) by removing four screws (6).
i.
Attach new transformer to the enclosure
base (11) with four screws (6).
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1.
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3.
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7.
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Cable
Machine Screw, M3 x 8 mm
Lockwasher, 3 mm
Power Supply Board
Fuses, 5 amp
Machine Screw, M5 x 8 mm
Lockwasher, 5 mm
Machine Screw, #10 x 0.38
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11.
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15.
16.
Liner Assembly
Transformer
Enclosure
Plug
Cover Door
Interconnect Board
Plastic Washer, 3mm
Microprocessor Board
Connect the transformer cable plugs from
transformer (10) to the receptacles on
power supply board (4).
k. Reinstall mounting plate (17) to the liner assembly with four screws (6) and washers
(7).
l.
Reinstall the wires to the terminal strip on
interconnect board (14) as was noted in
step e.
m. Connect cable (1) to the receptacle on microprocessor board (16). Reconnect GUI
assembly cable or LDP assembly cable to
receptacles on microprocessor board if IFT
is equipped with GUI or LDP.
n. Close liner assembly front panel (22) and
secure by turning 1/4 turn fastener (21)
clockwise.
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18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
Mounting Plate
Hex Nut, M3
Flat Washer, 3 mm
Cover Plate
1/4 Turn Fastener
Linear Assembly Front Panel
Securing Screws
c. Open liner assembly front panel (22) of the
IFT by turning 1/4 turn fastener (21) counterclockwise.
d. Disconnect cable (1) from the receptacle on
microprocessor board (16). Disconnect GUI
assembly cable or LDP assembly cable
from receptacles on microprocessor board if
IFT is equipped with GUI or LDP.
e. Carefully tagging wires, remove the wires
from terminal strip on interconnect board
(14).
f.
Remove mounting plate (17) by removing
four screws (6) and washers (7) from liner
assembly (9).
g. Disconnect the transformer cable plugs from
the receptacles on power supply board (4).
o. Close cover door (17) and secure with securing screws (23).
h. Carefully tagging wires, remove the wires
from terminal strips J5 and J6 on power
supply board (4).
POWER SUPPLY BOARD REPLACEMENT
i.
Remove power supply board (4) from liner
assembly (9) by removing five screws (2)
and washers (3).
See Safety Data Sheet 1M03296 for
safety related information.
j.
Attach new power supply board (4) to liner
assembly (9) with five screws (2) and washers (3).
a. Follow the Power Down procedure outlined
in Safety Data Sheet 1M03296 and the official "codes of practice" for your country of
installation.
b. Open cover door (17) of the IFT by removing securing screws (23).
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k. Reconnect the wires as noted in step h.
l.
Connect the transformer cable plugs from
transformer (10) to the receptacles on
power supply board (4).
m. Reinstall mounting plate (17) to liner assembly (9) with four screws (6) and washers
(7).
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n. Reconnect the wires to interconnect board
(14) as noted in step e.
o. Connect cable (1) to the receptacle on microprocessor board (16). Reconnect GUI
assembly cable or LDP assembly cable to
receptacles on microprocessor board if IFT
is equipped with GUI or LDP.
p. Close liner assembly front panel (22) and
secure by turning 1/4 turn fastener (21)
clockwise.
q. Close cover door (13) and secure with securing screws (23).
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MICROPROCESSOR BOARD
REPLACEMENT
See Safety Data Sheet 1M03296 for
safety related information.
a. Follow the Power Down procedure outlined
in Safety Data Sheet 1M03296 and the official "codes of practice" for your country of
installation.
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e. Remove microprocessor board (16 by removing five screws (2), three washers (3),
and two plastic washers (15).
f.
Attach the new microprocessor board to the
interconnect board by carefully lining up the
pins on the plug.
g. Attach microprocessor board (16) to
mounting plate (17) with five screws (2),
three washers (3), and two plastic washers
(15). Use the plastic washers on MH2 and
MH3 located on top of the microprocessor
board.
h. Reconnect cable (1) to receptacle on microprocessor board. Reconnect GUI assembly cable or LDP assembly cable to
receptacles on microprocessor board if IFT
is equipped with GUI or LDP.
i.
Close liner assembly front panel (22) and
secure by turning 1/4 turn fastener (21)
clockwise.
j.
Close cover door (13) and secure with securing screws (23).
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b. Open cover door (13) of the IFT by removing securing screws (23).
c. Open liner assembly front panel (22) of the
IFT by turning 1/4 turn fastener (21) counterclockwise.
d. Disconnect cable (1) from the receptacle on
microprocessor board (16). Disconnect GUI
assembly cable or LDP assembly cable
from receptacles on microprocessor board if
IFT is equipped with GUI or LDP.
Pull up very carefully on the microprocessor board to ensure that none
of the pins in the connection between
the microprocessor board and interconnect board are damaged.
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See Safety Data Sheet 1M03296 for
safety related information.
a. Follow the Power Down procedure outlined
in Safety Data Sheet 1M03296 and the official "codes of practice" for your country of
installation.
b. Open cover door (13) of the IFT by removing securing screws (23).
c. Open liner assembly front panel (22) of the
IFT by turning 1/4 turn fastener (21) counterclockwise.
d. Carefully tagging wires, remove the wires
from terminal strip on interconnect board
(14).
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Pull down very carefully on the interconnect board to ensure that none of
the pins in the connection between the
microprocessor board and interconnect board are damaged.
Close liner assembly front panel (22) and
secure by turning 1/4 turn fastener (21)
clockwise.
j.
Close cover door (13) and secure with securing screws (23).
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e. Remove interconnect board (14) by removing four screws (2) and washers (3).
f.
i.
Replacement instructions are provided for GUI
and LDP equipped systems. If the system is not
equipped with both a GUI and LDP display, refer to Figure E-7.
Attach new interconnect board (14) to the
microprocessor board by carefully lining up
the pins on the plug.
See Safety Data Sheet 1M03296 for
safety related information.
g. Attach interconnect board (14) to mounting
plate (17) with four screws (2) and washers
(3).
a. Follow the Power Down procedure outlined
in Safety Data Sheet 1M03296 and the
official "codes of practice" for your country
of installation.
h. Reconnect wires to the terminal strip as
noted in step b.
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Liner Assembly
Front Panel
LDP Assembly
(without keypad)
Flat Washer 3 mm
Hex Nut M3
GUI Assembly
Cover Plate
LDP Assembly
(with keypad)
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LDP Assembly
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Flat Washer 3 mm
Hex Nut M3
GUI Asembly
Cover Plate
LDP Assembly
(with keypad)
1/4 Turn Fastener
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B. IFT Front Panel with LDP
Figure E-7. IFT Front Panel, Exploded View (Sheet 2 of 2)
b. Open cover doors (13, Figure E-6) of the
IFT by removing securing screws (23).
c. Open liner assembly front panel (1, Figure
E-7) of the IFT by turning 1/4 turn fastener
(8) counterclockwise.
d. Disconnect GUI assembly ribbon cable from
microprocessor board (16, Figure E-6).
i.
Close cover door (13, Figure E-6) and
secure with securing screws (23).
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Replacement instructions are provided for GUI
and LDP equipped systems. If the system is not
equipped with both a GUI and LDP display,
refer to Figure E-7.
e. Remove GUI assembly (5, Figure E-7) by
removing four hex nuts (4) and washers (3).
f.
Attach new GUI assembly with four hex nuts
(4) and washers (3).
g. Reconnect GUI assembly ribbon cable to
microprocessor board (16, Figure E-6).
h. Close liner assembly front panel (1, Figure
E-7) and secure by turning 1/4 turn fastener
(8) clockwise.
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Consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03296
before performing any work on the
CENELEC approved IFT 3000.
a. Follow the Power Down procedure outlined
in Safety Data Sheet 1M03296 and the official "codes of practice" for your country of
installation.
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b. Open cover door (13) of the IFT by
removing securing screws (23).
f.
c. Open liner assembly front panel (1, Figure
E-7) of the IFT by turning 1/4 turn fastener
(8) counterclockwise.
g. Reconnect LDP assembly ribbon cable(s) to
microprocessor board (16, Figure E-6).
d. Disconnect LDP assembly ribbon cable(s)
from microprocessor board (16, Figure E-6).
e. Remove LDP assembly (2 or 7, Figure E-7)
by removing four hex nuts (4) and washers
(3).
Attach new LDP assembly with four hex
nuts (4) and washers (3).
h. Close liner assembly front panel (1) and secure by turning 1/4 turn fastener (8) clockwise.
i.
Close cover door (13, Figure E-6) and secure with securing screws (23).
REPLACEMENT PARTS
Table E-3. Replacement Parts for the Intelligent Field Transmitter
FIGURE and
INDEX No.
E-6, 10
E-6, 14
E-6, 4
E-6, 16
E-7, 5
E-7, 7
E-7, 2
E-6, 5
PART
NUMBER
1N04946G01
3D39120G01
3D39122G01*
3D39118G01
1N04956G01
1N04959G02
1N04959G01
1L01293H02
DESCRIPTION
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Transformer
Interconnect Board
Power Supply Board
Microprocessor Board
GUI Assembly
LDP Assembly with keypad
LDP Assembly without keypad
Fuse, 5A @ 250 Vac, anti-surge, case size;
5 x 20 mm, type T to IEC127, Schurter
*Specify line voltage and probe type when ordering.
NOTE: The replacement parts listed above must be obtained only from the manufacturer or his agent.
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APPENDIX JX, REV. 1.0
HART COMMUNICATOR MODEL 275D9E
IFT 3000 APPICATIONS
DESCRIPTION
See Safety Data Sheet 1M03296 for
safety related information.
J-1
COMPONENT CHECKLIST OF TYPICAL
®
HART COMMUNICATOR PACKAGE
®
A typical Model 275D9E HART Communicator
package should contain the items shown in
Figure J-1, with the possible exception of
options. If a rechargeable NiCad battery pack
has been selected, at least one spare battery
pack (per HART Communicator) is recommended.
J-2
UNIT OVERVIEW.
a. Scope
This Instruction Bulletin supplies details
needed to install and operate the HART®
Communicator in relation to the World Class
3000 Intelligent Field Transmitter. Information on troubleshooting the communicator is
also included.
b. Device Description
The HART (Highway Addressable Remote
Transducer) Communicator is a hand-held
communications interface device. It provides a common communications link to all
microprocessor-based instruments which
are HART compatible. The hand-held communicator contains an 8 x 21 character liquid crystal display and 25 keys. A pocketsized manual, included with the HART
Communicator, details the specific functions
of all keys.
To interface with the IFT 3000, the HART
Communicator requires a termination point
along the 4-20 mA current loop, and a
minimum load resistance of 250 ohms between the communicator and the power
supply. The HART Communicator accomplishes its task by use of a frequency shift
keying (FSK) technique. With the use of
FSK, high-frequency digital communication
signals are superimposed on the 4-20 mA
transmitter current loop. The communicator
does not disturb the 4-20 mA signal, since
no net energy is added to the loop.
The HART Communicator may be interfaced with a personal computer, providing
special software has been installed. To
connect the HART Communicator to a PC,
an interface adaptor is required. Refer to
the proper HART Communicator documentation in regard to the PC interface option.
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Lead Set (with Connectors)
Carrying Case
Communicator
AA Alkaline Battery Pack, or
Rechargeable NiCad Battery Pack (Option)
Memory Module
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Belt Clip (with screws)
Hanger (mounts on belt clip, Option)
Pocket-sized Instruction Manual
PC Interface Adaptor (Option)
Load Resistor, 250 (Option)
®
Figure J-1. Typical HART Communicator Package, Model 275D9E
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SPECIFICATIONS
HART Communicator Specifications, Table J-1,
contains physical, functional, and environmental
information about the communicator. Use Table
J-1 to ensure the unit is operated in suitable environments, and that the proper battery charging
options are used.
Table J-1. HART Communicator Specifications
Physical Specifications
Display.................................................. 8-line liquid crystal display with a line width of 21 characters
(128 x 64 pixels)
Keypad ................................................. Membrane design with tactile feedback. 25 keys include:
6 action keys
4 software-defined function keys
12 alphanumeric keys
3 shift keys
Weight .................................................. ≈ 3 lbs (1.4 kg) including batteries
Functional Specifications
Memory ................................................ Nonvolatile memory. Retains memory when the communicator is not
powered.
Program (and Device) Descriptions ..... 1.25 MB
Transmitter Data .................................. 2 K
Power Supply ....................................... Five AA 1.5 volt batteries. A rechargeable Nickel-Cadmium battery
pack is optional.
Battery Charger Options ...................... 110/120 Vac, 50/60 Hz, U.S. plug
220/230 Vac, 50 Hz, European plug
220/230 Vac, 50 Hz, UK plug
Microprocessors................................... 32-bit Motorola type 68331
8-bit Motorola type 68HC05
Connections ......................................... Lead set: Two 4 mm banana plugs
Battery charger: 2.5 mm jack
Serial port: PC connection through optional adaptor
Memory Module: 26 pin, 0.1 inch Berg connector
Environmental Specifications
Operating Limits ................................... 32° to 122°F (0° to 50°C)
Storage Limits ...................................... -4° to 158°F (-20° to 70°C)
Humidity ............................................... 0 to 95% relative humidity under non-condensing conditions below
104°F (40°C) without error
Hazardous Locations ........................... CENELEC - Intrinsic Safety Certification
Certifications ........................................ Factory Mutual (FM) - Intrinsic Safety Approval
Canadian Standards Association (CSA) - Intrinsic Safety Approval
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INSTALLATION
Consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03296
before performing any work on the
CENELEC approved IFT 3000.
Install all protective equipment covers
and safety ground leads after installation. Failure to install covers and
ground leads could result in serious
injury or death.
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HART COMMUNICATOR SIGNAL LINE
CONNECTIONS
The HART Communicator can connect to the
IFT analog output signal line at any wiring
termination point in the 4-20 mA current loop.
There are two methods of connecting the HART
Communicator to the signal line. For applications in which the signal line has a load resistance of 250 ohms or more, refer to method 1.
For applications in which the signal line load resistance is less than 250 ohms, refer to method
2.
a. Method 1, For Load Resistance > 250
Ohms
Refer to Figure J-2 and the following steps
to connect the HART Communicator to a
signal line with 250 ohms or more of load
resistance.
HART connections must be made outside of the hazardous area. Because
the HART option is not protected by
energy limiting barriers, it must not be
interfaced from within a hazardous
area. The signal cables should be
routed outside the hazardous area and
the connections made external to the
hazardous area.
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Explosions can result in death or serious injury. Do not make connections
to the HART Communicator's serial
port or NiCad recharger jack in an explosive atmosphere.
1. Program IFT analog output to 4-20 mA.
Select the current mode using the current/voltage selector switch on the microprocessor board in the IFT.
2. Using the supplied lead set, connect
the HART Communicator in parallel to
the IFT 3000. Use any wiring termination points in the analog output 4-20
mA signal line.
b. Method 2, For Load Resistance < 250
Ohms
Refer to Figure J-3 and the following steps
to connect the HART Communicator to a
signal line with less than 250 ohms load resistance.
1. Program IFT analog output to 4-20 mA.
Select the current mode using the current/voltage selector switch on the microprocessor board in the IFT.
2. At a convenient point, break the analog
output 4-20 mA signal line and install
the optional 250 ohm load resistor.
3. Plug the load resistor into the loop
connectors (located on the rear panel
of the HART Communicator).
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BOARD
CURRENT/VOLTAGE SLECTION SWITCH
TO "CURRENT" POSITION
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JM6
ANALOG OUTPUT
J1
J2
> 250 RL _
J3
J4
J5
J6
4-20mA SIGNAL LINE
J7
J8
J9
JM1
ANALOG OUTPUT DEVICE
INTELLIGENT FIELD
TRANSMITTER IFT 3000
LOOP CONNECTORS
SERIAL PORT & BATTERY
LOOP CONNECTORS
CHARGER MUST
USE INTERFACE
00275 0013 ONLY
SERIAL PORT
NOT BE USED IN
HAZARDOUS AREAS
HART
COMMUNICATOR
LEAD SET
HART COMMUNICATOR
REAR PANEL
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Figure J-2. Signal Line Connections, ≥ 250 Ohms Load Resistance
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BOARD
CURRENT/VOLTAGE SELECTION SWITCH
TO "CURRENT" POSITION
INTERCONNECT BOARD
RL < 250 Ω
ANALOG OUTPUT
4-20mA SIGNAL LINE
ANALOG OUTPUT DEVICE
INTELLIGENT FIELD
TRANSMITTER IFT 3000
LOOP CONNECTORS
SERIAL PORT & BATTERY
LOOP CONNECTORS
CHARGER MUST
250 OHM
LOAD
RESISTOR
(NOTE)
USE INTERFACE
00275 0013 ONLY
SERIAL PORT
NOT BE USED IN
HAZARDOUS AREAS
HART
COMMUNICATOR
HART COMMUNICATOR
REAR PANEL
NOTE: THE SIGNAL LOOP MUST BE BROKEN
TO INSERT THE OPTIONAL 250 OHM
LOAD RESISTOR
686003
Figure J-3. Signal Line Connections, <250 Ohms Load Resistance
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HART COMMUNICATOR PC
CONNECTIONS
There is an option to interface the HART Communicator with a personal computer. Load the
®
designated Cornerstone software into the PC.
Then, link the HART Communicator to the PC
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using the interface PC adaptor which connects
to the serial port (on the communicator rear
panel).
Refer to the proper HART Communicator
documentation in regard to the PC interface
option.
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OPERATION
the IFT, or in parallel to the 250 ohm load resistor.
See Safety Data Sheet 1M03296 for
safety related information.
J-6
The opening menu (displayed on the LCD) is
different for on-line and off-line operations.
When powering up a disconnected (off-line)
communicator, the LCD will display the Main
Menu. When powering up a connected (on-line)
communicator, the LCD will display the On-line
Menu. Refer to the HART Communicator manual for detailed menu information.
OFF-LINE AND ON-LINE OPERATIONS
The HART Communicator can be operated both
off-line and on-line. Off-line operations are those
in which the communicator is not connected to
the IFT system. Off-line operations can include
interfacing the HART Communicator with a PC
(refer to applicable HART Documentation regarding HART/PC applications).
In the on-line mode, the communicator is connected to the 4-20 mA analog output signal line.
The communicator is connected in parallel to
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MENU TREE FOR HART COMMUNICATOR/
WORLD CLASS 3000 IFT APPLICATIONS
This section consists of a menu tree for the
HART Communicator. This menu is specific to
IFT 3000 applications.
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VIEW FLD
DEV VARS
Oxygen
Efficiency
Stack
O2 cell
CJtemp
PROCESS
VARIABLES
VIEW PV-Aout
PV is
PV
PV % mge
PV AO
VIEW SV
SV is
SV
SV % mge
VIEW OUTPUT
VARS
DEVICE SETUP
PV
PV AO
PV LRV
PV URV
VIEW FLD
DEV mV
O2 cell
Cell TC
Stack TC
CJmV
VIEW STATUS
Not Applicable
SELF TEST
Not Applicable
LOOP TEST
Loop test
method...
DIAG/SERVICE
Cal Mode
Optrak TG?
O2 CALIBRATE
PERFORM O2
CAL
PERFORM O2
CAL
O2 Cal method...
CalState
O2 CAL
STATUS
CalState
TimeRemain
Present TG
Present O2
LAST
CALCONSTANTS
Cal slope
Cal const
CellRes
RESET
CALCONSTANTS
Reset
CalConstants
method...
(CONTINUED ON
SHEET 2)
D/A TRIM
D/A trim method
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BASIC SETUP
Tag
ASSIGN
PV & SV
SELECT O2
RANGE
Set O2 Xfer fn
DEVICE
INFORMATION
SENSORS
SIGNAL
CONDITION
DEVICE SETUP
PV
PV AO
PV LRV
PV URV
OUTPUT
CONDITION
DETAILED
SETUP
PV is
SV is
O2RngeMode
HiRnginCal?
RngeSwtSP
Normal URV
Normal LRV
Hi.mg.URV
Hi.mg.LRV
Manufacturer
Distributor
Model
Dev id
Tag
Descriptor
Message
Date
Final asmbly num
Snsr s/n
Fld dev rev
Software rev
Universal rev
O2
efficiency
StackTemp
O2 cellTemp
ColdJuncTemp
O2 cell mV
O2 cellTCmV
StackTCmV
Cold Junc mV
PV URV
PV LRV
Xfer fnctn
PV % mge
ANALOG
OUTPUT
PV AO
AO Alrm typ
LOOP TEST
Loop test
method...
D/A TRIM
D/A trim method...
HART OUTPUT
Poll addr
Num req preams
RELAY
OUTPUTS
K1
K2
CALCULATIONS
O2
EFFICIENCY
(CONTINUED ON
SHEET 3)
O2
CALIBRATION
O2 ALARMS
HighTG
LowTG
Cal Mode
OPtrak TG?
Cal Intrvl
NxtCalTime
TGtime
PurgeTime
ResAirSP
Slope
Constant
HeaterSP
K1 state
K1 input1
K1 input2
K1 input3
K2 state
K2 input1
K2 input2
K2 input3
Eff.enabled?
K1 efficncy
K2 efficncy
K3 efficncy
HiAlarmSP
LoAlarmSP
Deadband
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DEVICE
INFORMATION
Manufacturer
Distributor
Model
Dev id
Tag
Descriptor
Message
Date
Final asmbly num
Snsr s/n
Fld dev rev
Hardware rev
Software rev
Universal rev
CAL INFO
Cal mode
Optrak TG?
Cal Intrvl
Tgtime
PurgeTime
ResAirSP
LowTG
HighTG
Cal slope
Cal const
CellRes
DEVICE CONFIG
HeaterSP
Slope
Constant
Eff.enabled?
K1 efficncy
K2 efficncy
K3 efficncy
OUTPUTS
CONFIG
Normal URV
Normal LRV
Hi.mg.URV
Hi.mg.LRV
O2RngeMode
HiRnginCal?
RngeSwtSP
HiAlarmSP
LoAlarmSP
Deadband
K1 input1
K1 input2
K1 input3
K2 input1
K2 input2
K2 input3
Poll addr
Num req preams
REVIEW
DEVICE SETUP
PV
PV AO
PV LRV
PV URV
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TROUBLESHOOTING
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Consult Safety Data Sheet 1M03296
before performing any work on the
CENELEC approved IFT 3000.
Install all protective equipment covers
and safety ground leads after troubleshooting. Failure to install covers and
ground leads could result in serious
injury or death.
OVERVIEW
If the HART Communicator fails to function
properly, verify that the unit's battery pack and
memory module are correctly assembled to the
communicator. Check the communicator's
model number. For IFT applications, HART
Communicator model number 275D9E must be
used. If the HART Communicator model number
is correct, and if it is properly assembled, the
troubleshooting flowchart, Figure J-5, may be
useful to find and correct problems.
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Refer to Figure J-5.
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DOES
HART UNIT
HAVE
POWER
?
World Class 3000
NO
YES
DOES
HART UNIT
INDICATE
BATTERY
POWER
GOOD
?
NO
REPLACE BATTERIES. IF
APPLICABLE, RECHARGE
NiCad BATTERIES.
YES
IS
HART UNIT
BEING USED
"ON-LINE"
?
NO
VERIFY HART IS
CONFIGURED FOR IFT.
REFERENCE OFF-LINE
CONFIGURATION (HART
POCKET-SIZED MANUAL).
NO
IS
HART UNIT
CONFIGURED
FOR IFT?
RECONFIGURE HART UNIT
FOR IFT.
YES
YES
IS IFT
POWERED
?
NO
SUPPLY POWER TO IFT.
YES
IS IFT
EXPERIENCING
FAULTS
?
NO
YES
CLEAR IFT OF ALL FAULT
CONDITIONS.
DOES
IFT HAVE
MICROPROCESSOR
BOARD
REV.#
3039513G
?
NO
CONTACT SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVE.
YES
(GO TO
SHEET 2 OF 2)
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IS
ANALOG
OUTPUT
SELECTED TO
4-20 mA
CURRENT
SIGNAL
?
NO
PROGRAM IFT FOR
4-20 mA OUTPUT SIGNAL.
SELECT CURRENT MODE
USING CURRENT/VOLTAGE
SELECTION SWITCH ON
IFT MICROPROCESSOR
BOARD.
YES
IS
HART UNIT
INSTALLED IN
40-20 mA
SIGNAL
LOOP
?
NO
CONNECT THE HART UNIT
TO THE 4-20 mA SIGNAL
LOOP. REFER TO INSTALLATION.
IF LOAD RESISTANCE IS
<250 OHMS. THE 250 OHM
LOAD RESISTOR MUST BE
USED.
YES
IS
LOAD
RESISTANCE
≥ 250 OHMS
?
IS
250 OHM
LOAD
RESISTOR
CORRECTLY
INSTALLED (SEE
INSTALLATION)
?
NO
NO
INSTALL 250 OHM LOAD
RESISTOR. (SEE
INSTALLATION).
YES
YES
IS
HART UNIT
INSTALLED
PARALLEL
TO IFT
?
NO
USE LEAD SET TO
CONNECT HART UNIT IN
PARALLEL TO IFT. HART
UNIT MUST BE
CONNECTED TO 4-20 mA
SIGNAL LINE. (SEE
INSTALLATION).
VERIFY PROPER IFT
CONFIGURATION.
CONSULT MENU TREE
(FIGURE J-4 OF THIS
APPENDIX). REFER TO
DEVICE CONFIGURATION
SUB-MENU.
YES
NO
RECONFIGURE HART
UNIT FOR IFT.
IS
HART UNIT
CONFIGURED
FOR IFT
?
YES
CONTACT SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVE.
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SECTION 8
INDEX
This index is an alphabetized listing of parts, terms, and procedures having to do with the World
Class 3000 Oxygen Analyzer with IFT 3000 Intelligent Field Transmitter. Every item listed in this
index refers to a location in the manual by one or more page numbers.
A
H
Abrasive Shield, 2-3
Absolute Temperature, 1-2
Air Pressure Regulator Valve, 2-8
Analog Output, 2-14, 3-9
Arithmetic Constant, 1-2
Automatic Calibration, 3-15
Heater Power Supply, 1-1, 2-16, 2-19
Help Key, 3-2
C
Cable Shields, 5-1
CAL Key, 3-2
CALIBRATE O2 Sub-Menu, 3-6, 3-7
Calibration Fitting, 3-10
Cell Constant, 1-2
Ceramic Diffusor, 2-4
Check Valve, 1-4, 3-11
Compressed Air, 2-8
D
Data Key, 3-2
Data Menu, 3-3
Diffusion Element Dust Seal Packings, 2-7
Dip Shunt, 2-13
E
Electrical Noise, 5-1
Electrostatic Discharge, 5-1
Enter key, 3-2
F
Field Replaceable Cell, 1-3
G
Installation, 2-1
Instrument Air, 2-8
Intelligent Field Transmitter, 2-9
L
LDP, 4-1
M
Manual Calibration, 3-10
Mounting Plate, 1-1, 2-6
Multiple Test Gas Sequencer, 2-20
Multiple Test Gas Squencer, 1-1
Multiprobe Test Gas Sequencer, 2-23
N
8
Nernst Equation, 1-2
O
Operator Initiated Calibration, 3-13
Operator Interface, 1-3
P
PROBE DATA Sub-Menu, 3-3
Probe Gas Temperature, 2-1
Probe Location Selection, 2-1
Probe Mechanical Installation, 2-1
R
Gas Stratification, 2-1
Grounding, 5-1
GUI, 3-1, 5-2
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Reference Gas, 1-2
Relay Output Connections, 2-14
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S
V
Sel key, 4-1
Semiautomatic Calibration, 3-10
Sensing Point, 2-1
Setup Key, 3-2
SETUP Sub-Menu, 3-6, 3-8
Status Line, 3-3
System Cables, 1-1
Vee Deflector Orientation, 2-7
8-2
Index
Y
Yttria-stabilized, 1-2
Z
Zirconia Disc, 1-2
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DRAWINGS AND SCHEMATICS
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INTRODUCTION: THIS SAFETY DATA SHEET APPLIES TO INTELLIGENT FIELD TRANSMITTER
(IFT3000), TYPE No. 1U05691. THE APPARATUS IS CERTIFIED EExd IIB T6.:
ISSeP CERTIFICATE No.
THIS APPARATUS HAS BEEN DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED TO OPERATE
SAFELY IN CERTAIN TYPES OF POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES. IT IS ESSENTIAL
THAT THE EQUIPMENT IS NOT TAMPERED WITH OR DAMAGED IN ANY WAY WHICH
MIGHT LEAD TO A REDUCTION IN IT'S ABILITY TO OPERATE SAFELY IN SUCH POTENTIALLY
EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES. FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY AND THE SAFETY OF OTHERS
PLEASE BRING ANY DAMAGE TO THE ATTENTION OF THE RESPONSIBLE AUTHORITY.
THIS DRAWING AFFECTS CENELEC CERTIFICATION.
NO REVISION ALLOWED WITHOUT CHECKING AND
APPROVAL BY THE PRODUCT ENGINEER.
THIS APPARATUS HAS BEEN DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN ACCORDANCE
WITH EUROPEAN STANDARDS EN50014 & EN50018. INSTALLATION MAINTENANCE
AND REPAIR MUST BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE OFFICIAL “CODES OF
PRACTICE ON THE INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS
IN POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES” FOR THE COUNTRY OF INSTALLATION
(EXAMPLE: BS5345 IN GREAT BRITAIN). ONLY APPROPRIATELY TRAINED PERSONNEL
ARE AUTHORIZED TO PERFORM ANY WORK ON THIS EQUIPMENT. SUCH PERSONNEL IN
ADDITION TO OPERATING TO THE ABOVE MENTIONED SAFETY STANDARDS, SHOULD TAKE
NOTE OF THE FOLLOWING SAFETY ISSUES.
(1) FLAMEPROOF APPARATUS OR NON FLAMEPROOF APPARATUS:
THE ROSEMOUNT ENCODE SHEETS (PRODUCT ORDERING MATRIX) ALLOWS A CUSTOMER
TO ORDER EITHER THE HAZARDOUS AREA (FLAMEPROOF) VERSION OF THE IFT3000
OR THE NON HAZARDOUS AREA VERSION. THE HAZARDOUS AREA VERSION HAS THE
SYMBOL “EExd” ON THE APPARATUS NAMEPLATE. THE NON HAZARDOUS AREA VERSION
DOES NOT. ENSURE THAT IF YOU HAVE RECEIVED THE NON HAZARDOUS AREA VERSION
THAT YOU DO NOT INSTALL IT IN A POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE ENVIRONMENT.
(2) POWER DOWN PROCEDURE:
ISOLATION OF ELECTRICAL SUPPLY: THIS PIECE OF APPARATUS IS NOT ITSELF FITTED
WITH A MEANS OF ELECTRICAL ISOLATION. CONSULT YOUR LOCAL CODES OF PRACTICE
ON THE INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS IN POTENTIALLY
EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES (BS5345 IN BRITAIN) FOR INSTRUCTION ON THE ISOLATION OF
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY TO THE APPARATUS. FURTHER MORE THERE MUST BE “EFFECTIVE
MEASURES TO PREVENT THE RESTORATION OF SUPPLY TO THE APPARATUS WHILE THE
RISK OF EXPOSING UNPROTECTED LIVE CONDUCTORS TO AN EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERE
CONTINUES”:BS5345 PART 1 1989 SECTION 18.
RESTORATION OF SUPPLY FOR ELECTRICAL TESTING: “WHERE, FOR PURPOSES OF
ELECTRICAL TESTING, IT IS ESSENTIAL TO RESTORE THE SUPPLY BEFORE THE APPARATUS
IS REASSEMBLED, THEN THIS WORK SHOULD BE UNDER A CONTROLLED PROCEDURE
AND THE SPECIFIC LOCATION ASSESSED TO ENSURE THAT POTENTIALLY FLAMMABLE
GAS OR VAPOUR IS ABSENT”:BS5345 PART 1 1989 SECTION 23.
REMOVAL OF JUNCTION BOX COVER: DO NOT OPEN THE APPARATUS COVER
WHILE THE APPARATUS IS ENERGIZED. WAIT 10 MINUTES AFTER DEENERGIZING BEFORE
OPENING THE APPARATUS.
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IB-106-300NFX: USED WITH IFT3000 ELECTRONICS.
THIS INSTRUCTION BULLETIN CONTAINS ESSENTIAL INFORMATION & MUST BE USED
WHEN WORKING ON THE APPARATUS.
(5) CABLE GLANDS: HAWKE CABLE GLAND, TYPE ICG653 (BASEEFA CERTIFICATE:
BAS No. EX 85B1258U) OR AN EQUIVALENT MUST BE USED. THIS GLAND IS A
BARRIER (STOPPER) GLAND. A FEATURE OF THIS GLAND IS THAT A COMPOUND
FILLED PACKING MATERIAL (PUTTY), FORMS A BARRIER BETWEEN THE INDIVIDUAL
INSULATED CONDUCTORS OF THE CABLE. THIS BARRIER ACTS TO PREVENT ENTRY
INTO THE CABLE OF THE PRODUCTS OF AN EXPLOSION WITHIN THE ENCLOSURE.
THIS GLAND IS CERTIFIED Exd IIC.
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NO REVISION ALLOWED WITHOUT CHECKING AND
APPROVAL BY THE PRODUCT ENGINEER.
(6) EXISTING WESTINGHOUSE/ROSEMOUNT SUPPLIED CABLE:
ON EARLIER INSTALLATIONS WESTINGHOUSE/ROSEMOUNT SUPPLIED A CABLE
BETWEEN THE DIGITAL ELECTRONICS AND PROBE (MODEL 218).
THE GLANDS ON THIS CABLE - ALTHOUGH HAWKE GLANDS CERTIFIED Exd IIC
WERE NOT OF THE HAWKE BARRIER (STOPPER) GLAND, TYPE ICG653 VARIETY.
THESE GLANDS MUST NOT BE USED. ROSEMOUNT CAN SUPPLY A BARRIER GLAND
KIT TO REPLACE SUCH GLANDS. THE KIT (PART No. 1U03066G07), COMPRISES
OF TWO BARRIER GLANDS COMPLETE WITH PUTTY, CRIMPS AND AN INSTRUCTION
SHEET. PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU SHOULD USE ONLY PUTTY WHICH IS PLASTIC
& CAPABLE OF BEING MIXED. YOU SHOULD NOT USE CRYSTALISED OR HARD
PUTTY.
(7) CABLE ANCHORAGE:
THIS APPARATUS DOES NOT INCLUDE ANY SPECIFIC MEANS FOR CABLE ANCHORAGE.
THE CABLE GLANDS CHOSEN FOR THE MAINS, PROBE, AND SIGNAL CABLES MUST
BE OF A TYPE WHICH SUPPLY CABLE ANCHORAGE. THE BARRIER (STOPPER) GLAND
SUPPLIED BY ROSEMOUNT AS PART OF THE PROBE CABLE ASSEMBLY, WILL GIVE
SUCH CABLE ANCHORAGE.
(8) UNUSED CABLE ENTRY PORTS: ALL CABLE ENTRY PORTS WHICH ARE UNUSED
ARE TO BE CLOSED OFF WITH THREADED PLUGS CERTIFIED Exd IIC. THERE SHOULD
BE A MINIMUM OF 5 THREADS ENGAGED AND THE THREADS SEALED WITH
THREADLOCK (LOCKTITE 271 OR EQUIVALENT).
(9) NAMEPLATE (LABEL): ENSURE THAT NAMEPLATE IS AT ALL TIMES VISIBLE.
AT INSTALLATION, ALLOWANCE MUST BE MADE FOR THIS.
(10) EARTHING OF THE APPARATUS: THE APPARATUS HAS BEEN FITTED WITH BOTH
EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EARTHING POINTS. ADEQUATE EARTH CONNECTIONS
SHOULD BE MADE TO BOTH THESE POINTS.
(11) SHEET METALWORK PANELS:
THIS APPARATUS CONTAINS A NUMBER OF SHEET METALWORK PANELS FOR MOUNTING
THE PRINTER CIRCUIT BOARDS. BECAUSE THESE PANELS ARE IN CLOSE PROXIMITY
TO THE WALLS OF THE FLAMEPROOF ENCLOSURE, IT WAS NECESSARY TO
PERFORATE THEM WITH HOLES AND SLOTS. THESE HOLES AND SLOTS PREVENT
PRESSURE PILING BETWEEN THE PANELS AND THE WALLS & LID OF THE
ENCLOSURE. DO NOT DO ANYTHING WHICH MIGHT OBSCURE THESE SLOTS & HOLES.
(12) LIFTING AND CARRYING:
THE IFT3000 IS A HEAVY PIECE OF APPARATUS. LIFTING AND CARRYING PROCEDURES
SHOULD TAKE ACCOUNT OF THIS WEIGHT.
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(13) CONNECTION TO HART OPTION:
HART IS A COMMUNICATIONS PROTOCOL WHICH ALLOWS REMOTE COMMUNICATION
WITH THE IFT3000 VIA THE 4-20mA OUTPUT. BECAUSE, ON THE IFT3000, THE
HART OPTION IS NOT PROTECTED BY ENERGY LIMITING BARRIERS, IT MUST NOT
BE INTERFACED FROM WITHIN THE HAZARDOUS AREA. THE 4-20mA CABLES SHOULD
BE ROUTED OUTSIDE THE HAZARDOUS AREA, AND THE CONNECTION MADE OUT
THERE. NOTE THIS IS THE CASE EVEN WHEN USING THE INTRINSICALLY SAFE
VERSION OF THE THE HANDHELD COMMUNICATOR. THE LIMITATION (ie, NO ENERGY
LIMITING BARRIER) LIES IN THE IFT3000 NOT IN THE HANDHELD UNIT.
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INTRODUCTION: THIS SAFETY DATA SHEET APPLIES TO BOTH, HEATER POWER SUPPLY
3000 (HPS3000), TYPE No. 1U05667 AND TO DIGITAL ELECTRONICS, TYPE No. 1U03083.
THESE APPARATUS ARE CERTIFIED EExd IIC T6.
ISSeP CERTIFICATE No. 92C.103.1037, AND INIEX CERTIFICATE No. 87.103.578.
THESE APPARATUS HAVE BEEN DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED TO OPERATE
SAFELY IN CERTAIN TYPES OF POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES. IT IS ESSENTIAL
THAT THE EQUIPMENT IS NOT TAMPERED WITH OR DAMAGED IN ANY WAY WHICH
MIGHT LEAD TO A REDUCTION IN IT'S ABILITY TO OPERATE SAFELY IN SUCH POTENTIALLY
EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES. FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY AND THE SAFETY OF OTHERS
PLEASE BRING ANY DAMAGE TO THE ATTENTION OF THE RESPONSIBLE AUTHORITY.
THIS DRAWING AFFECTS CENELEC CERTIFICATION.
NO REVISION ALLOWED WITHOUT CHECKING AND
APPROVAL BY THE PRODUCT ENGINEER.
THESE APPARATUS HAVE BEEN DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN ACCORDANCE
WITH EUROPEAN STANDARDS EN50014 & EN50018. INSTALLATION MAINTENANCE
AND REPAIR MUST BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE OFFICIAL “CODES OF
PRACTICE ON THE INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS
IN POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES” FOR THE COUNTRY OF INSTALLATION
(EXAMPLE: BS5345 IN GREAT BRITAIN). ONLY APPROPRIATELY TRAINED PERSONNEL
ARE AUTHORIZED TO PERFORM ANY WORK ON THIS EQUIPMENT. SUCH PERSONNEL IN
ADDITION TO OPERATING TO THE ABOVE MENTIONED SAFETY STANDARDS, SHOULD TAKE
NOTE OF THE FOLLOWING SAFETY ISSUES.
(1) FLAMEPROOF APPARATUS OR NON FLAMEPROOF APPARATUS:
THE ROSEMOUNT ENCODE SHEETS (PRODUCT ORDERING MATRIX) ALLOWS A CUSTOMER
TO ORDER EITHER THE HAZARDOUS AREA (FLAMEPROOF) VERSION OF THE APPARATUS
OR THE NON HAZARDOUS AREA VERSION. THE HAZARDOUS AREA VERSION HAS THE
SYMBOL “EExd” ON THE APPARATUS NAMEPLATE. THE NON HAZARDOUS AREA VERSION
DOES NOT. ENSURE THAT IF YOU HAVE RECEIVED THE NON HAZARDOUS AREA VERSION
THAT YOU DO NOT INSTALL IT IN A POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE ENVIRONMENT.
(2) POWER DOWN PROCEDURE:
ISOLATION OF ELECTRICAL SUPPLY: THIS PIECE OF APPARATUS IS NOT ITSELF FITTED
WITH A MEANS OF ELECTRICAL ISOLATION. CONSULT YOUR LOCAL CODES OF PRACTICE
ON THE INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS IN POTENTIALLY
EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES (BS5345 IN BRITAIN) FOR INSTRUCTION ON THE ISOLATION OF
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY TO THE APPARATUS. FURTHER MORE THERE MUST BE “EFFECTIVE
MEASURES TO PREVENT THE RESTORATION OF SUPPLY TO THE APPARATUS WHILE THE
RISK OF EXPOSING UNPROTECTED LIVE CONDUCTORS TO AN EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERE
CONTINUES”:BS5345 PART 1 1989 SECTION 18.
RESTORATION OF SUPPLY FOR ELECTRICAL TESTING: “WHERE, FOR PURPOSES OF
ELECTRICAL TESTING, IT IS ESSENTIAL TO RESTORE THE SUPPLY BEFORE THE APPARATUS
IS REASSEMBLED, THEN THIS WORK SHOULD BE UNDER A CONTROLLED PROCEDURE
AND THE SPECIFIC LOCATION ASSESSED TO ENSURE THAT POTENTIALLY FLAMMABLE
GAS OR VAPOUR IS ABSENT”:BS5345 PART 1 1989 SECTION 23.
REMOVAL OF JUNCTION BOX COVER: DO NOT REMOVE THE JUNCTION BOX COVER
WHILE THE APPARATUS IS ENERGIZED. WAIT 10 MINUTES AFTER DEENERGIZING BEFORE
OPENING THE APPARATUS.
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(4) INSTRUCTION BULLETINS (USER MANUAL): THE APPLICABLE INSTRUCTION BULLETINS ARE:
IB-106-300NEX:“EXCHANGE PROBE” CONFIGURATION & “FULLY CENELEC” CONFIGURATION.
IB-106-300NFX: USED WITH IFT3000 ELECTRONICS.
IB-106-300NCX: USED WITH CRE3000 ELECTRONICS.
THESE INSTRUCTION BULLETINS CONTAIN ESSENTIAL INFORMATION & MUST BE USED
WHEN WORKING ON THE APPARATUS.
(5) CABLE GLANDS: HAWKE CABLE GLAND, TYPE ICG653 (BASEEFA CERTIFICATE:
BAS No. EX 85B1258U) OR AN EQUIVALENT MUST BE USED. THIS GLAND IS A
BARRIER (STOPPER) GLAND. A FEATURE OF THIS GLAND IS THAT A COMPOUND
FILLED PACKING MATERIAL (PUTTY), FORMS A BARRIER BETWEEN THE INDIVIDUAL
INSULATED CONDUCTORS OF THE CABLE. THIS BARRIER ACTS TO PREVENT ENTRY
INTO THE CABLE OF THE PRODUCTS OF AN EXPLOSION WITHIN THE ENCLOSURE.
THIS GLAND IS CERTIFIED EExd IIC.
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THE APPLICABLE INSTRUCTION BULLETIN (USER MANUAL).
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THIS DRAWING AFFECTS CENELEC CERTIFICATION.
NO REVISION ALLOWED WITHOUT CHECKING AND
APPROVAL BY THE PRODUCT ENGINEER.
(6) EXISTING WESTINGHOUSE/ROSEMOUNT SUPPLIED CABLE:
ON EARLIER INSTALLATIONS WESTINGHOUSE/ROSEMOUNT SUPPLIED A CABLE
BETWEEN THE DIGITAL ELECTRONICS AND PROBE (MODEL 218).
THE GLANDS ON THIS CABLE - ALTHOUGH HAWKE GLANDS CERTIFIED Exd IIC
WERE NOT OF THE HAWKE BARRIER (STOPPER) GLAND, TYPE ICG653 VARIETY.
THESE GLANDS MUST NOT BE USED. ROSEMOUNT CAN SUPPLY A BARRIER GLAND
KIT TO REPLACE SUCH GLANDS. THE KIT (PART No. 1U03066G07), COMPRISES
OF TWO BARRIER GLANDS COMPLETE WITH PUTTY, CRIMPS AND AN INSTRUCTION
SHEET. PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU SHOULD USE ONLY PUTTY WHICH IS PLASTIC
& CAPABLE OF BEING MIXED. YOU SHOULD NOT USE CRYSTALIZED OR HARD
PUTTY.
(7) CABLE ANCHORAGE:
NEITHER THE HPS3000 NOR THE DIGITAL ELECTRONICS INCLUDE ANY
SPECIFIC MEANS FOR CABLE ANCHORAGE. THE CABLE GLANDS CHOSEN FOR
THE MAINS, PROBE, AND SIGNAL CABLES MUST BE OF A TYPE WHICH
SUPPLY CABLE ANCHORAGE. THE BARRIER (STOPPER) GLAND SUPPLIED BY
ROSEMOUNT AS PART OF THE PROBE CABLE ASSEMBLY, WILL GIVE SUCH
CABLE ANCHORAGE.
(8) UNUSED CABLE ENTRY PORTS: ALL CABLE ENTRY PORTS WHICH ARE UNUSED
ARE TO BE CLOSED OFF WITH THREADED PLUGS CERTlFIED Exd IIC. THERE SHOULD
BE A MINIMUM OF 5 THREADS ENGAGED AND THE THREADS SEALED WITH
THREADLOCK (LOCKTITE 271 OR EQUIVALENT).
(9) NAMEPLATE (LABEL): ENSURE THAT NAMEPLATE IS AT ALL TIMES VISIBLE.
AT INSTALLATION, ALLOWANCE MUST BE MADE FOR THIS.
(10) EARTHING OF THE APPARATUS: THE APPARATUS HAS BEEN FITTED WITH BOTH
EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EARTHING POINTS. ADEQUATE EARTH CONNECTIONS
SHOULD BE MADE TO BOTH THESE POINTS.
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APPROVAL BY THE PRODUCT ENGINEER.
INTRODUCTION: THIS SAFETY DATA SHEET APPLIES TO WC3000 INSITU OXYGEN ANALYZER
(PROBE),TYPE No. 1U05680. THIS OXYGEN ANALYZER IS CERTIFIED EExd lIB 370 (T1):
ISSeP CERTIFICATE No. 93C.103.1067.
THIS PIECE OF EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED TO OPERATE
SAFELY IN CERTAIN TYPES OF POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES. IT IS ESSENTIAL
THAT THE EQUIPMENT IS NOT TAMPERED WITH OR DAMAGED IN ANY WAY WHICH
MIGHT LEAD TO A REDUCTION IN IT'S ABILITY TO OPERATE SAFELY IN SUCH POTENTIALLY
EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES. FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY AND THE SAFETY OF OTHERS
PLEASE BRING ANY DAMAGE TO THE ATTENTION OF THE RESPONSIBLE AUTHORITY.
THIS PIECE OF EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN
ACCORDANCE WITH EUROPEAN STANDARDS EN50014 & EN50018. INSTALLATION
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR MUST BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE OFFICIAL “CODES
OF PRACTICE ON THE INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS
IN POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES’' FOR THE COUNTRY OF INSTALLATION
(EXAMPLE: BS5345 IN GREAT BRITAIN). ONLY APPROPRIATELY TRAINED PERSONNEL
ARE AUTHORIZED TO PERFORM ANY WORK ON THIS EQUIPMENT. SUCH PERSONNEL IN
ADDITION TO OPERATING TO THE ABOVE MENTIONED SAFETY STANDARDS, SHOULD TAKE
NOTE OF THE FOLLOWING SAFETY ISSUES.
NOTE: THROUGHOUT THIS DATA SHEET, CONTINUOUS REFERENCE WILL BE MADE TO
FIGURE 1.
(1) POWER DOWN PROCEDURE:
ISOLATION OF ELECTRICAL SUPPLY: THIS PIECE OF APPARATUS IS NOT ITSELF FITTED
WITH A MEANS OF ELECTRICAL ISOLATION. CONSULT YOUR LOCAL CODES OF PRACTICE
ON THE INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS IN POTENTIALLY
EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES (BS5345 IN BRITAIN) FOR INSTRUCTION ON THE ISOLATION OF
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY TO THE APPARATUS. FURTHER MORE THERE MUST BE “EFFECTIVE
MEASURES TO PREVENT THE RESTORATION OF SUPPLY TO THE APPARATUS WHILE THE
RISK OF EXPOSING UNPROTECTED LIVE CONDUCTORS TO AN EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERE
CONTINUES”:BS5345 PART 1 1989 SECTION 18.
RESTORATION OF SUPPLY FOR ELECTRICAL TESTING: “WHERE, FOR PURPOSES OF
ELECTRICAL TESTING, IT IS ESSENTIAL TO RESTORE THE SUPPLY BEFORE THE APPARATUS
IS REASSEMBLED, THEN THIS WORK SHOULD BE UNDER A CONTROLLED PROCEDURE
AND THE SPECIFIC LOCATION ASSESSED TO ENSURE THAT POTENTIALLY FLAMMABLE
GAS OR VAPOUR IS ABSENT”:BS5345 PART 1 1989 SECTION 23.
REMOVAL OF JUNCTION BOX COVER: DO NOT REMOVE THE JUNCTION BOX COVER
(ITEM 2) WHILE THE APPARATUS IS ENERGIZED. DO NOT REMOVE THE JUNCTION BOX
COVER WHEN A POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERE IS PRESENT. REMEMBER (ALTHOUGH
THE UNIT HAS BEEN POWERED DOWN AND THE PROBE HEATER HAS BEEN ALLOWED TO
COOL DOWN), THE TEMPERATURE ON THE INTERIOR OF THE PROBE TUBE (ITEM 1) WILL BE
SIMILAR TO THE TEMPERATURE OF THE EXHAUST GAS. IF THERE IS A POTENTIALLY
EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERE IN THE REGION OF THE JUNCTION BOX (ITEM 3), THIS GAS WILL,
ON THE REMOVAL OF THE JUNCTION BOX COVER BE EXPOSED TO THE HOT SURFACE OF
THE TUBE INTERIOR (ITEM 1).
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(2) THREADED JOINTS: THE JOINT BETWEEN THE JUNCTION BOX (ITEM 3) AND THE
JUNCTION BOX LID (ITEM 2) IS A THREADED JOINT. SO ALSO IS THE JOINT BETWEEN
THE PROBE END FLANGE (ITEM 4) AND THE FLAME ARRESTOR HUB (ITEM 5). BOTH
THESE JOINTS ARE SECURED BY SET SCREWS (ITEMS 6 & 7). BEFORE REMOVING
THE JUNCTION BOX COVER (ITEM 2) OR THE FLAME ARRESTOR HUB (ITEM 5), FULLY
REMOVE THE SET-SCREWS (ITEMS 6 & 7) FROM THEIR TAPPED HOLES. FAILURE TO
DO THIS COULD RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THE THREADS OF THE JUNCTION BOX (ITEM 3)
AND THE PROBE END FLANGE (ITEM 4) BY THE SETSCREWS BEING DRAWN OVER
THE THREADS. REMEMBER WHEN REFITTING THE JUNCTION BOX LID AND THE FLAME
ARRESTOR HUB TO LOCK IN PLACE WITH THE SETSCREWS.
THE MATERIAL OF THE JUNCTION BOX AND THE JUNCTION BOX LID IS ALUMINUM
ALLOY. SPECIAL CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN TO AVOID DAMAGE TO THE THREADS.
NOTE THAT ROSEMOUNT SUPPLIES ALLEN KEYS FOR REMOVAL & REPLACEMENT OF THE
SETSCREWS.
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NO REVISION ALLOWED WITHOUT CHECKING AND
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(3) CORROSION AND ABRASION:
PROBE TUBE (ITEM 1): TO PROVIDE RESISTANCE AGAINST THE EFFECTS OF CORROSION
AND ABRASION, THE PROBE TUBE HAS BEEN MANUFACTURED FROM 4.75mm WALL,
316 SERIES STAINLESS STEEL FOR THE MAJORITY OF APPLICATIONS THE RESISTANCE
AFFORDED BY THIS PROBE TUBE AGAINST CORROSION AND ABRASION IS MORE
THAN ADEQUATE. FOR APPLICATIONS IN WHICH THE EFFECTS OF CORROSION OR
ABRASION ARE SIGNIFICANT, ROSEMOUNT CAN SUPPLY AN ABRASIVE SHIELD.
FLAME ARRESTOR HUB (ITEM 5): THE FLAME ARRESTOR HUB HAS BEEN
MANUFACTURED FROM 316 SERIES STAINLESS STEEL AT ITS THINNEST SECTION
(BETWEEN THE O/D OF THE HUB AND THE MAXIMUM MAJOR DIAMETER OF THE
M70 X 2 X 6H THREAD: SEE FIGURE 2). THE MINIMUM MATERIAL THICKNESS IS
2.75mm. FOR THE MAJORITY OF APPLICATIONS THE PROTECTION AFFORDED BY
THIS ARRANGEMENT AGAINST THE EFFECTS OF CORROSION AND ABRASION IS
MORE THAN ADEQUATE. FOR APPLICATIONS IN WHICH THE EFFECTS OF CORROSION
OR ABRASION ARE SIGNIFICANT, ROSEMOUNT CAN SUPPLY AN ABRASIVE SHIELD.
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NO REVISION ALLOWED WITHOUT CHECKING AND
APPROVAL BY THE PRODUCT ENGINEER.
(4) BREATHING DEVICES: EACH OF THE THREE BULKHEAD UNION FITTINGS (ITEM 8)
HAS BEEN FITTED WITH A CAPILLARY ARRAY, (BREATHING DEVICE): SEE FIGURE 3.
WHEN FITTING TUBING, (0.25 INCH O/D), TO THE REFERENCE AIR AND CALIBRATION
GAS PORTS, TAKE CARE NOT TO DAMAGE THE BREATHING DEVICES. THE VENT PORT
SHOULD BE LEFT CLEAR OF OBSTRUCTIONS.
(5) WIRING DIAGRAM: THE PROBE SHOULD BE WIRED AS SHOWN IN FIGURE 4.
(6) CUSTOMER REPAIRS: THE FOLLOWING REPAIRS ARE THE ONLY REPAIRS WHICH THE
CUSTOMER IS ALLOWED TO MAKE:
REPLACEMENT OF ZIRCONIUM CELL (ITEM 9) - CELL REPLACEMENT KIT -.
REPLACEMENT OF STRUT ASSEMBLY (ITEM 10). THE RESISTANCE OF THE
REPLACEMENT HEATER MUST BE 11 OHMS OR GREATER
REPLACEMENT OF CONTACT AND THERMOCOUPLE ASSEMBLY (ITEM 11).
REPLACEMENT OF FLAME ARRESTOR HUB ASSEMBLY (ITEM 5).
REPLACEMENT OF VEE DEFLECTOR ASSEMBLY (ITEM 12).
REPLACEMENT OF CERAMIC DIFFUSION ELEMENT (ITEM 13) - DIFFUSION ELEMENT
REPLACEMENT KIT - . TAKE CARE NOT TO DAMAGE THE FLAME ARRESTOR (ITEM 18)
ITSELF OR THE FLAME ARRESTOR HUB.
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NO REVISION ALLOWED WITHOUT CHECKING AND
APPROVAL BY THE PRODUCT ENGINEER.
(7) CABLE ENTRY: CABLE ENTRY TO THIS APPARATUS IS VIA THE 1/2" NPT CABLE
ENTRY PORT PROVIDED. THE CABLE ENTRY MUST MAINTAIN THE FLAMEPROOF
PROPERTIES OF THE ENCLOSURE. ROSEMOUNT CAN SUPPLY A CABLE WHICH
IS TERMINATED WITH A BARRIER (STOPPER) GLAND. A FEATURE OF THIS GLAND
IS THAT A COMPOUND FILLED PACKING MATERIAL (PUTTY), FORMS A BARRIER
BETWEEN THE INDIVIDUAL INSULATED CONDUCTORS OF THE CABLE. THIS
BARRIER ACTS TO PREVENT ENTRY INTO THE CABLE OF THE PRODUCTS OF
AN EXPLOSION WITHIN THE ENCLOSURE. THE GLAND IS CERTIFIED Exd IIC.
WARNING: ON EARLIER VERSIONS OF THE ABOVE CABLE SUPPLIED BY
WESTINGHOUSE/ROSEMOUNT, THE GLANDS, ALTHOUGH CERTIFIED Exd IIC,
WERE NOT OF THE BARRIER GLAND TYPE. THIS GLAND SHOULD NOT BE USED
WITH THE WC3000 INSITU OXYGEN ANALYZER. ROSEMOUNT CAN SUPPLY A
BARRIER GLAND KIT TO REPLACE SUCH GLANDS. THE KIT (P/N 1U03066G07),
COMPRISES OF TWO BARRIER GLANDS COMPLETE WITH PUTTY, CRIMPS AND
AN INSTRUCTION SHEET. PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU SHOULD USE ONLY PUTTY
WHICH IS PLASTIC AND CAPABLE OF BEING MIXED. YOU SHOULD NOT USE
CRYSTALIZED OR HARD PUTTY.
(8) CABLE ANCHORAGE: THE PROBE JUNCTION BOX DOES NOT INCLUDE ANY
SPECIFIC MEANS FOR CABLE ANCHORAGE. THE CABLE GLAND CHOSEN MUST
BE ONE WHICH PROVIDES CABLE ANCHORAGE. THE BARRIER (STOPPER) GLAND
SUPPLIED BY ROSEMOUNT AS PART OF THE PROBE CABLE ASSEMBLY, WILL
PROVIDE CABLE ANCHORAGE.
(9) INSTRUCTION BULLETINS (USER MANUALS): DEPENDING ON THE ELECTRONICS
CONTROL UNIT USED, THE APPLICABLE INSTRUCTION BULLETINS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
IB-106-300NEX: USED IN THE “EXCHANGE PROBE” CONFIGURATION
AND IN THE “FULLY CENELEC CERTIFIED” CONFIGURATION
IB-106-300NFX: USED WITH IFT3000 ELECTRONICS.
IB-106-300NCX: USED WITH CRE3000 ELECTRONICS.
THESE INSTRUCTION BULLETINS CONTAIN ESSENTIAL INFORMATION AND MUST
BE USED WHEN WORKING ON THE APPARATUS.
(10) NAMEPLATE (LABEL): ENSURE THAT NAMEPLATE (ITEM 15) IS AT ALL TIMES
VISIBLE. AT INSTALLATION, ALLOWANCE MUST BE MADE FOR THIS.
(11) EARTHING OF THE APPARATUS: THE APPARATUS HAS BEEN FITTED WITH
BOTH EXTERNAL (ITEM 16) AND INTERNAL (ITEM 17) EARTHING POINTS.
ADEQUATE EARTH CONNECTIONS SHOULD BE MADE TO BOTH THESE POINTS.
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(12) MATCHING OF JUNCTION BOX LID WITH JUNCTION BOX: THE JUNCTION LID AND
THE JUNCTION BOX ARE A MATCHED PAIR. WHEN FULLY SCREWED ON, THE
SETSCREW THREADED HOLE ON THE LID LINES UP WITH AN UNDERCUT AT THE
BOTTOM OF THE JUNCTION BOX. THE SETSCREW ENGAGES INTO THIS UNDERCUT.
IF YOU HAVE A NUMBER OF PROBES, THEN TAKE CARE TO KEEP THE LID AND
PROBE MATCHED.
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FIGURE 1
CAPILLARY ARRAY (BREATHING DEVICE)
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INTERNAL EARTH (TERMINAL 6)
EXTERNAL EARTH
ISSEP NAMEPLATE (LABEL)
44 VOLT PROBE HEATER
DESCRIPTION
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PROBE TUBE
JUNCTION BOX COVER
JUNCTION BOX
PROBE END FLANGE
FLAME ARRESTOR HUB ASSEMBLY
JUNCTION BOX SET SCREW
FLAME ARRESTOR HUB SET SCREW
BULKHEAD UNION FITTING
ZIRCONIUM CELL
STRUT ASSY.
CONTACT & THERMOCOUPLE ASSY.
VEE DEFLECTOR ASSY.
CERAMIC DIFFUSER ELEMENT
DESCRIPTION
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WARRANTY
Goods and part(s) (excluding consumables) manufactured by Seller are warranted to be free from
defects in workmanship and material under normal use and service for a period of twelve (12)
months from the date of shipment by Seller. Consumables, glass electrodes, membranes, liquid
junctions, electrolyte, o-rings, etc., are warranted to be free from defects in workmanship and
material under normal use and service for a period of ninety (90) days from date of shipment by
Seller. Goods, part(s) and consumables proven by Seller to be defective in workmanship and/or
material shall be replaced or repaired, free of charge, F.O.B. Seller's factory provided that the
goods, part(s) or consumables are returned to Seller's designated factory, transportation charges
prepaid, within the twelve (12) month period of warranty in the case of goods and part(s), and in
the case of consumables, within the ninety (90) day period of warranty. This warranty shall be in
effect for replacement or repaired goods, part(s) and the remaining portion of the ninety (90) day
warranty in the case of consumables. A defect in goods, part(s) and consumables of the commercial unit shall not operate to condemn such commercial unit when such goods, part(s) and
consumables are capable of being renewed, repaired or replaced.
The Seller shall not be liable to the Buyer, or to any other person, for the loss or damage directly
or indirectly, arising from the use of the equipment or goods, from breach of any warranty, or from
any other cause. All other warranties, expressed or implied are hereby excluded.
IN CONSIDERATION OF THE HEREIN STATED PURCHASE PRICE OF THE GOODS,
SELLER GRANTS ONLY THE ABOVE STATED EXPRESS WARRANTY. NO OTHER WARRANTIES ARE GRANTED INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, EXPRESS AND IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
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WARRANTY CLAUSE. IN NO CASE, REGARDLESS OF THE FORM OF THE CAUSE OF ACTION, SHALL SELLER'S LIABILITY EXCEED THE PRICE TO BUYER OF THE SPECIFIC
GOODS MANUFACTURED BY SELLER GIVING RISE TO THE CAUSE OF ACTION. BUYER
AGREES THAT IN NO EVENT SHALL SELLER'S LIABILITY EXTEND TO INCLUDE INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES SHALL INCLUDE, BUT
ARE NOT LIMITED TO, LOSS OF ANTICIPATED PROFITS, LOSS OF USE, LOSS OF REVENUE, COST OF CAPITAL AND DAMAGE OR LOSS OF OTHER PROPERTY OR EQUIPMENT.
IN NO EVENT SHALL SELLER BE OBLIGATED TO INDEMNIFY BUYER IN ANY MANNER
NOR SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE AND/OR THIRD PARTY CLAIMS
COVERED BY UMBRELLA INSURANCE AND/OR INDEMNITY COVERAGE PROVIDED TO
BUYER, ITS ASSIGNS, AND EACH SUCCESSOR INTEREST TO THE GOODS PROVIDED
HEREUNDER.
Force Majeure. Seller shall not be liable for failure to perform due to labor strikes or acts beyond
Seller's direct control.
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