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EUTECH INSTRUMENTS ALPHA COND 560 Instruction manual
Alpha COND 560
Controller
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Preface
This manual serves to explain the use of the Alpha COND 560 Controller. The
manual functions in two ways, firstly as a step by step guide to help the user
operate the instrument. Secondly, it serves as a handy reference guide. This
instruction manual is written to cover as many anticipated applications of the Alpha
COND 560 Controller. If you have doubts in the use of the instrument, please do not
hesitate to contact your nearest Alpha Authorised Distributor.
The information presented in this manual is subject to change without notice as
improvements are made, and does not represent a commitment on part of Thermo
Scientific.
Thermo Scientific cannot accept any responsibility for damage or malfunction of the
unit due to improper use of the instrument.
Copyright © 2009
All rights reserved
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
INTRODUCTION
1
Before You Begin ................................................................................... 1
Intended Use ......................................................................................... 1
Safety Instructions ................................................................................. 2
Taking Out of Service / Correct Disposal of the Unit .............................. 2
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
GETTING STARTED
3
Description of Instrument ....................................................................... 3
Measurement System ............................................................................ 4
Connecting Peripherals ..................................................................... 5
Installation ........................................................................................... 8
Display & Keypad ............................................................................... 10
3
3.1
3.2
OPERATION
13
Measurement mode ............................................................................... 13
Menu Overview ...................................................................................... 14
4
4.1
4.2
CALIBRATION MODE
15
About Calibration ................................................................................... 15
Calibration .............................................................................................. 16
5
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
SETUP MODE
18
Enter Setup mode .................................................................................. 18
Temperature Coefficient Settings........................................................... 19
Temperature Settings ............................................................................ 20
Relay 1/Relay 2 Settings ........................................................................ 22
Controller Settings ................................................................................. 24
Measuring Range Settings ..................................................................... 26
Configuration Settings ............................................................................ 27
Viewing Electrode Properties ................................................................. 30
6
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
7
7.1
7.2
LIST OF ACCESSORIES
34
Thermo Scientific Order Codes .............................................................. 34
Eutech Instruments Order Code ............................................................ 34
8
TROUBLESHOOTING
9
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
GENERAL INFORMATION
36
Warranty ................................................................................................ 36
Return of Goods..................................................................................... 36
Guidelines for Returning Unit for Repair ................................................ 36
Maintenance and Cleaning .................................................................... 37
10
10.1
10.2
APPENDICES
38
Appendix 2 Conductivity of various aqueous solutions ......................... 38
Appendix 2 Graphical Representation of the Function of Hysteresis .... 39
31
35
10.3
10.4
Appendix 3 General Instructions Concerning Controller Setting ........... 40
Appendix 4 - Abbreviations Used in LCD ............................................... 41
1
INTRODUCTION
1.1
Before You Begin
Thank you for purchasing the Alpha COND 560 Controller.
The construction of the Alpha COND 560 Controller employs leading edge technology and complies with safety regulations currently in force. Notwithstanding this,
improper use could lead to hazards for the user or a third-party, and/or adverse
effects on the plant or other equipment. Therefore, the operating instructions must
be read and understood by the persons involved before working with the
Conductivity Controller.
The instruction manual must always be stored close at hand, in a place accessible
to all people working with the Conductivity Controller.
If you have questions, which are not or insufficiently answered in this instruction
manual, please contact your authorized supplier. They will be glad to assist you.
1.2
Intended Use
Alpha COND 560 Controllers are intended solely for Conductivity and temperature
measurement, as described in this instruction manual.
Any other use, or use not mentioned here, that is incompatible with the technical
specifications is deemed inappropriate. The operator is solely responsible for any
damage arising from such use.
Other prerequisites for appropriate use include:
– Comply with the instructions, notes and requirements set out in this instruction
manual.
–
Comply with all local safety regulations concerning safety at work.
–
Comply with all information and warnings in the documentation dealing with the
products used together with the Conductivity Controller (housing, sensors, etc.).
–
Comply with the local environmental and operational conditions.
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1.3
Safety Instructions
• The Alpha COND 560 Controller should be installed and
operated only by personnel familiar with the instrument and
who are qualified for such work.
• A defective Conductivity Controller must neither be installed
nor put into service.
• The Alpha COND 560 must only be operated under the
specified operating conditions (see section 6).
• The Alpha COND 560 must not be repaired by the
customer.
• No modifications to the Alpha COND 560 are allowed. The
manufacturer/supplier accepts no responsibility for damage
caused by unauthorized modifications. The risk is borne
entirely by the user.
1.4
Taking Out of Service / Correct Disposal of the Unit
Taking out of Service
•
First disconnect the unit from the power supply and then undo all electrical
connections.
•
Remove the unit from the wall.
Correct Disposal of the Instrument
When the Alpha COND 560 is permanently taken out of service, obey the local
environmental regulations for correct disposal or send the instrument to your local
distributor, they will take care of proper disposal.
2
2
GETTING STARTED
2.1
Description of Instrument
The Eutech Instruments’ Alpha CON 560 Controller is used for measuring
conductivity and temperature values. The controller can be used for applications
such as water treatment and controlling, galvanic-decontamination, chemical
processing, food processing, clean or wastewater control and neutralization
processes.
The controller has many user-friendly and safety features which include:
•
Push-button keypad for calibration and setup
•
Built-in non-volatile memory to ensure that calibration and other
information are not erased if power supply fails
•
Menu-driven program that simplifies setup
•
Automatic temperature compensation (ATC)
•
Manual temperature compensation setting without the ATC probe, with
independent setting for calibration and process temperature
•
Large dual display LCD for easy reading with clear multiple annunciators,
operational mode indicators and error indicators
•
Two switching contacts as set-point relays
•
Limit (on/off) control mode
•
Separately adjustable high and low set-point hysteresis (dead bands) to
prevent chattering of relays around the set points
•
0 to 2000 seconds time delay adjustment on all relays – minimizes false
alarms
•
Backlight LCD display
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2.2
Measurement System
A typical measurement system consists of:
•
A conductivity process controller
•
A conductivity sensor
temperature sensor
•
An appropriate measurement cable
•
An immersion, flow or process assembly
•
A final control element such as pump or valve
with
integrated
or
separate
Pt100/Pt1000
Alpha
CON
560 Controller
Alpha
COND
560
Pump or Valve
Alpha
COND
560
lpha
pH560
ESC
CAL
ENT
Conductivity
Controller
Conductivity
Controller
pH Monitor
Relay Output
Housing and
Sensors
Measurement Cable
4
Power Adaptor
(+9 V DC)
2.3
2.3.1
Connecting Peripherals
Connection Terminals
Remove Back Cover:
Remove the screws from the four corners at the back of the conductivity
controller. Remove the back cover. The connectors are exposed on the
back PCBA as shown in the Figure 1 below.
Connectors:
•
J11 – 24V DC power connector
•
J8 – 9V DC power connector (1.2mm diameter)
•
J9 – Relay connections
•
J10 - Conductivity electrode & Temperature probe connections (wiring
has to be done in the detachable connector
J11 Connections
1. +ve
2. Gnd
J10 Connections
1. CON Low Current
2. CON Low Voltage
3. CON High Voltage
4. CON High Current
5. Pt 100 Compensate
6. Pt 100 Sense
7. Pt 100 GND
8. (No connection)
24V DC
1)+ve
2)Gnd
J8
J11
9V DC Power
Screw
J9
REL 1
J9 Connections
Relay 1 & 2
J10
Figure 1: Outer Side of Back PCBA
5
REL 2
2.3.2
Switching Between PT100 & PT1000 Temperature Sensors
The controller supports both Pt100 & Pt1000 (2-wire or 3-wire) temperature
sensors. The default factory setting is Pt100. If you need to use Pt1000 temperature
sensor, you have to change the jumper setting (J7) as described below.
Remove Back Cover:
Remove screws from the four corners at the back of the conductivity controller.
Remove the back cover.
Remove Back PCBA:
Remove the screw located center of the back PCBA (Figure 1). Detach the back
PCBA from the controller. Turn over the back PCBA. Locate J7 jumper on the inner
side of the back PCBA as shown in figure 2 below.
Figure 2: Inner Side of Back PCBA
Set Jumper J7:
Set the J7 jumper to required sensor (Pt100 or Pt1000) type
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2.3.3
Connecting Conductivity Electrode
Any industrial conductivity probe (2-cell or 4-cell) can be connected to the
conductivity controller.
2-Cell Conductivity Probe:
1. Short Pin 1 & 2 of J10 connector using a jumper wire.
2.
Connect CON low input wire (white) to Pin 2 of J10 connector.
3.
Connect CON high input wire (black) to Pin 3 of J10 connector.
4.
Short Pin 3 & 4 of J10 connector using a jumper wire.
4-Cell Conductivity Probe:
5. Connect CON low input wire (black) to Pin 1 of J10 connector
2.3.4
6.
Connect CON low input wire (white) to Pin 2 of J10 connector.
7.
Connect CON high input wire (orange) to Pin 3 of J10 connector.
8.
Connect CON high input wire (blue) to Pin 4 of J10 connector.
Connecting Temperature Probe
For Automatic Temperature Compensated (ATC) conductivity readings, an in-built
temperature sensor is usually integrated with industrial conductivity probes.
Alternatively, a separate 100Ω Pt RTD temperature probe (2-wire or 3-wire) can be
connected to the controller.
3-Wire Probe:
1. Connect PT100 compensate wire to Pin 5 of J10 connector.
2.
Connect PT100 sense wire to Pin 6 of J10 connector.
3.
Connect PT100 GND wire to Pin 7 of J10 connector.
2-Wire Probe:
4. Short Pin 5 & 6 of J10 connector using a jumper wire.
5.
Connect PT100 sense wire to Pin 6 of J10 connector.
6.
Connect PT100 GND wire to Pin 7 of J10 connector.
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2.4
2.4.1
Installation
Mechanical Dimensions
Alpha COND 560
Alpha pH 600
ESC
CAL
ENT
PH/ORP
RF Transmitter
Conductivity
Monitor
2.4.2
Wall Mount
1
2
Pierce through holes at both sides
Cover the catch slots at both sides
with overlays
8
2.4.3
Panel Mount
1
Prepare panel cut-out of
92.0 mm X 92.0 mm
2
Remove back cover of
pH Monitor and slide it
through panel cut-out
Gasket
Panel
Panel
4
Insert threaded rods through catch
until pH Meter is held against panel
Attach catch to both sides
3
of pH Meter
9
2.5
Display & Keypad
2.5.1
Display Overview
The Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) of Alpha COND 560 conductivity controller has
two alpha-numerical displays (Upper and a Lower).
•
Upper display: Measured conductivity value is displayed when the controller is
in normal operation (measurement) mode.
•
Lower display: Measured temperature value is displayed when the controller
is in normal operation (measurement) mode. In conductivity calibration mode,
measured conductivity values are displayed here.
The two displays indicate function names, options & settings in Setup mode. Refer
‘Appendix 4 - Abbreviations Used in LCD’ for more details.
The LCD also consists of various mode indicators, status annunciators and unit of
measurement indicators.
Upper Display
SETUP MEAS CAL
-8.8.8.8
READY
HOLD
ERR
R.
%
mS
µS
K=
- .8.8.8
Lower Display
10
°C °F
ATC
Mode Indicators
MEAS
Measurement mode (Refer Section 3.1 )
SETUP
Setup mode (Refer Section 4.1)
CAL
Calibration mode (Refer Section 4)
Status Annunciators
READY
Appears when the reading is stable
HOLD
Appears in Setup mode and Calibration mode to indicate that the relay
function is frozen
ATC
Appears when Automatic Temperature Compensation (ATC) is enabled.
Not visible when Manual Temperature Compensation (MTC) is enabled.
Flashes if the temperature probe is faulty in its ATC mode. (Refer
Section 5.3)
ERR
Appears when an error occurs
Electrode annunciator. Blinks during calibration error (Refer Section 4.2)
Buffer annunciator. Appears in calibration mode (Refer Section 4.2)
K
Cell Constant (Refer Section 4.2)
Units of Measurement Indicators
mS
Conductivity in Milli Siemens
µS
Conductivity in Micro Siemens
R.
Line Resistance in Ohms (Refer Section 5.7)
%
Temperature Coefficient (Refer Section 5.2)
ºC
Temperature in Celsius (Refer Section 5.3)
ºF
Temperature in Fahrenheit (Refer Section 5.3)
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2.5.2
Key Functions
Alpha
COND
560
lpha
CON560
ESC
CAL
ENT
Conductivity Monitor
Key
CAL
Description
Enter Calibration mode
Enter Setup mode
ENT
Access sub screens (parameters) within a group of settings in Setup
mode
Confirm (save) setup parameters and numerical values
Start/Confirm calibration in Calibration mode.
Select a group of settings in Setup mode.
Select parameters and increment/decrement numerical values in Setup
and Calibration modes.
(When pressed continuously, speed of value increment/decrement
increases)
Returns to Measurement mode when both keys are pressed
simultaneously.
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3
OPERATION
3.1
Measurement mode
When the conductivity controller is powered on, the display shows all the LCD
segments briefly, and then automatically enters into the measurement mode.
MEAS
µS
READY
25.0
°C
ATC
The mode indicator ‘MEAS’ at the top of the display indicates that the conductivity
controller is in measurement mode. The upper alpha-numerical display shows the
measured conductivity value, while the lower display shows the temperature value.
The controller has six selectable measuring ranges. The unit of measurement and
resolution of the conductivity reading depend on the selected measuring range. If
the controller reads a conductivity reading beyond the selected measuring range,
the display shows ‘Or’ (over range) error indicator.
NOTE:
To guarantee accurate readings, the measuring system (the
conductivity controller and the sensor) must be calibrated regularly.
From measurement mode you can access:
•
Calibration mode (by pressing CAL key)
•
Setup mode (by pressing ENT key)
For more details, refer section 4 for Calibration mode and section 5 for Setup
mode.)
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3.2
Menu Overview
MEAS
µS
READY
CAL
ENT
°C
ATC
ENT
SETUP
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
HOLD
SETUP
HOLD
SETUP
HOLD
SETUP
HOLD
SETUP
HOLD
SETUP
HOLD
SETUP
HOLD
SETUP
HOLD
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4
4.1
CALIBRATION MODE
About Calibration
Calibration should be carried out each time a new electrode is attached to the
controller or when you suspect that the controller/electrode is out of calibration. The
controller allows you to perform temperature calibration and conductivity calibration.
About Temperature Calibration
It is important to ensure that temperature calibration is carried out prior to
conductivity calibration since temperature readings affect the accuracy of
conductivity measurements. It is recommended that temperature calibration should
be carried out only if the temperature value displayed on the controller is different
from that of a calibrated thermometer. A temperature offset calibration of ± 10 °C/±
18 °F from the default reading is allowed. Once a temperature calibration is
performed, conductivity calibration should be carried out to ensure the accuracy of
conductivity measurements.
About Measuring Ranges & Conductivity Calibration
The controller has six selectable conductivity measuring ranges. You can only
calibrate one-point in the measuring range that you have selected for your process
application. You have to recalibrate the controller every time you change the
measuring range since the calibration data of the controller will be reset every time
a new measuring range is selected.
About Conductivity Calibration
During conductivity calibration, the controller allows a calibration window of ± 40%
from the measured default reading of the calibration standard. The minimum
allowable calibration point is 10% of the full scale reading of the measuring range
selected.
For best results, select a standard conductivity solution close to the sample value
you are measuring.
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4.2
Calibration
The controller requires one-point calibration. Conductivity calibration is always
carried out in the specific measuring range selected for the controller. Make sure,
the controller is set to desired measuring range before you enter calibration mode
(Refer Section 5.6 for selecting measuring ranges).
Select a suitable standard conductivity solution so that its conductivity value is
within 10% to 100% of the full scale of the selected measuring range of the
controller. (For better accuracy, select the calibration standard to be nearly 50% of
the full scale of the measuring range selected.) Prepare calibration standard
solution in two beakers – one for rinsing and the other for calibration. Prepare
separate de-ionized water for electrode rinsing.
All new calibration values will automatically override existing calibration data. If you
wish to abort the calibration, press ▲ and ▼ keys simultaneously and the controller
reverts to measurement mode and the controller will revert to previous calibration
data.
MEAS
2
1
µS
READY
2
CAL
CAL
ENT
HOLD
4
3
CAL
CAL
HOLD
µS
READY
HOLD
READY
HOLD
K=
°C
ATC
OR
ENT
3
2
CAL
HOLD
MEAS
CAL
READY
HOLD
HOLD
K=
READY
µS
ENT
µS
°C
ATC
1
From measurement mode press CAL key to enter calibration mode.
2
The display briefly shows the cell type (“2 CELL” or “4 CELL”) to which
the controller is configured (Refer section 5.7 for cell type settings)
Next, the last configured cell constant (k) is displayed in the upper
display. Use ▲ or ▼ keys to adjust the cell constant to mach the cell
constant of the conductivity probe. Adjustable range is 0.10 to 10.0.
Press ENT key to confirm the new cell constant value.
Rinse the electrode in de-ionized water and then rinse with the
calibration standard. Immerse the probe in calibration standard
solution intended for calibration and swirl gently to create a
homogenous sample. Make sure there are no any air-bubbles trapped
in the sensor.
3
The upper display shows the currently measured conductivity value of
the solution based on last calibration (if any). The lower display shows
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uncalibrated (default) reading of the solution. The buffer annunciator
appears in LCD. The ‘READY’ annunciator appears when the reading
is stable.
Once the reading stabilizes press the ▲ or ▼ key to adjust the upper
display value to that of the standard solution. Press the ENT key to
accept the value.
NOTES:
The acceptable calibration window is ±40% of the
displayed (default) value. For example, if the display is
1000 µS, the values to which it can be adjusted is 600 to
1400 µS.
If the conductivity reading of the solution is not within 10%
to 100% of the full scale of the selected measuring range,
calibration error occurs; LCD displays “ERR” and flash
electrode annunciator.
If the conductivity reading of the solution is beyond the
selected measuring range, calibration error occurs; LCD
displays “Or” (over range), “ERR” and flashes electrode
annunciator.
If calibration error occurs, exit form calibration mode by
pressing ▲ and ▼ keys simultaneously.
4
Calibration is completed. The display shows the calibration factor
(FCt). This serves as an indication of the effectiveness of the sensor
which will degrade with time and usage. An effective sensor should
have a calibration factor of 0.60 to 1.40
Press ENT key to return to measurement mode.
NOTES:
•
If you use a 2-cell conductivity sensor, make sure that the pin 1 and 2 are
shorted and pin 3 and 4 are shorted on the J10 connector. (Refer section 2 for
more details)
•
When calibrating with manual temperature compensation, the controller
automatically changes from the preset process temperature to the calibration
temperature. After leaving the Calibration mode, the controller switches back to
the process temperature (for setting the calibration temperature and the
process temperature, see section 5.3)
WARNING: If you change the measuring range of the controller after calibration is
done, the controller will reset back to its factory default calibration.
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5
5.1
SETUP MODE
Enter Setup mode
The setup mode allows you to customize the settings of the conductivity controller
to suite your requirements. While in measurement mode, press the ENT key to
access setup mode. LCD shows ‘SETUP’ mode indicator and the first page of setup
(rAng – Range settings). Press ▲ or ▼ key to access other pages of the setup
mode.
MEAS
µS
READY
°C
ATC
ENT
SETUP
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
HOLD
SETUP
HOLD
SETUP
HOLD
SETUP
HOLD
SETUP
HOLD
SETUP
HOLD
SETUP
HOLD
SETUP
HOLD
NOTES:
•
To exit setup mode at any time press ▲ and ▼ keys
simultaneously (escape). The controller returns to the
measurement mode
•
If you do not press any key for 2.5 minutes, the controller
automatically exists from the setup mode.
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5.2
Temperature Coefficient Settings
Setting the temperature coefficient to match your process/calibration liquids allows
controller to achieve conductivity readings with higher accuracy.
1
SETUP
HOLD
4
3
2
ENT
SETUP
SETUP
ENT
SETUP
%
HOLD
HOLD
ENT
%
ENT
HOLD
2
SETUP
ENT
HOLD
1
2
3
4
From measurement mode press ENT key to enter setup mode as
described in section 5.1. The LCD shows the first screen of setup mode
(rAng). Press ▲ or ▼ key to select temperature coefficient settings
screen (tC).
Press ENT key to access temperature coefficient settings (tC).
Select type of temperature coefficient: The upper display shows the
last configured temperature coefficient type (Lin or PUr). Press ▲ or
▼ key to select the desired type based on type of your process liquid.
PUr :
Pure water temperature coefficient: Select this if your
process liquid is pure water or ultra pure water.
Lin :
Linear temperature coefficient: Select this for all other
process liquids
Press ENT key to confirm your selection.
If PUr was selected: The controller reverts back to tC screen
If Lin was selected:
Select temperature coefficient for process liquid: The lower display
shows ‘P.tC’. The upper display shows last configured temperature
coefficient for process liquid (if any). The default value is 2.1%. Press
▲ or ▼ key to select the desired value. Allowable range: 0 to 10%.
Press ENT key to confirm your value.
Select temperature coefficient for calibration liquid: The lower
display shows ‘C.tC’. The upper display shows last configured
temperature coefficient for calibration liquid (if any). The default value is
2.1%. Press ▲ or ▼ key to select the desired value. Allowable range:
0 to 10%. Press ENT key to confirm your value. The controller reverts
to tC screen.
Press ▲ or ▼ key to access other setup screens or press ▲ and ▼ key
simultaneously (escape) to return to measurement mode.
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5.3
Temperature Settings
Automatic Temperature Compensation (ATC):
The conductivity value of a sample is affected by temperature. Use ATC feature of
the controller to compensate for conductivity changes when the temperature of the
sample or process liquid fluctuates. Connect a separate temperature probe
(Pt100/pt1000) to the controller if an integrated conductivity/Temperature probe is
not available.
Manual Temperature Compensation (MTC):
Set the controller to MTC (disable ATC) when the temperature of sample or process
liquid is constant and a temperature probe is not available. If you disable ATC, the
controller allows you to set your process temperature (P.ºC) and calibration
temperature (C.ºC). This allows calibration at a different temperature other than the
process temperature. Example: Setting calibration temperature of 25°C lets you
calibrate using standard solutions at 25°C, even if your process temperature is
different from 25°C.
1
SETUP
HOLD
SETUP
ENT
SETUP
ENT
HOLD
HOLD
SETUP
ENT
HOLD
°F
HOLD
ENT
ENT
HOLD
°C
°C
ATC
ATC
6
3
SETUP
HOLD
SETUP
HOLD
2
SETUP
5
SETUP
°C
°C
1
4
3
2
ENT
7
SETUP
ENT
ENT
HOLD
°C
From measurement mode press ENT key to enter setup mode as
described in section 5.1. The LCD shows the first screen of setup mode
(rAng). Press ▲ or ▼ key to select Temperature settings screen (SET
ºCF).
Press ENT key to access temperature settings (SET ºCF).
2
Selecting unit of measurement for temperature: The upper display
shows ‘Unit’ and the lower display shows the last configured unit of
measurement for temperature.
Press ▲ or ▼ key to select the desired units for temperature (ºC or
ºF). Press ENT key to confirm your selection.
3
Enable/disable ATC: The lower display shows ‘AtC’ and the upper
display shows the last configured ATC selection (‘On’ or ‘OFF’).
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Press ▲ or ▼ key to enable (ATC On) or disable (ATC OFF)
automatic temperature compensation. Press ENT key to confirm your
selection.
If ATC enabled (ATC On):
4
Selecting temperature offset: The upper display shows the last
configured temperature offset value (if any), otherwise the default is
zero. The lower display shows currently measured temperature reading
(including last configured offset value). LCD shows ‘ATC’ annunciator
in lower-right corner.
Place a thermometer, which is known to be accurate, in your sample or
process liquid. Make sure your temperature probe is placed in the same
liquid. Compare the stabilized temperature reading displayed on the
controller with the thermometer. If there is a difference between the two
readings (offset), you can adjust the reading of the controller. Press ▲
or ▼ key to adjust the lower display to the correct temperature value.
5
As the lower display value changes, the controller adjust the upper
display reading automatically to suit the new offset value. Up to ± 10 ºC/
± 18 ºF offset is allowed.
Press ENT key to confirm the value. The controller reverts to SET ºCF
screen.
If ATC disabled (ATC OFF):
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Setting process temperature: The lower display shows ‘P.ºC’ and the
upper display shows the last configured process temperature. Press ▲
or ▼ key to adjust the upper display to desired process temperature.
Allowable range: –10.0 to 125.0°C / 14.0 to 257.0°F.
Press ENT key to confirm the process temperature.
7
Setting calibration temperature: The lower display shows ‘C.ºC’ and
the upper display shows the last configured calibration temperature.
Press ▲ or ▼ key to adjust the upper display to desired calibration
temperature. Allowable range: –10.0 to 125.0°C / 14.0 to 257.0°F.
Press ENT key to confirm the calibration temperature. The controller
reverts to SET ºCF screen.
Press ▲ or ▼ key to access other setup screens or press ▲ and ▼ key
simultaneously (escape) to return to measurement mode.
To exit from any intermediate steps, press ▲ and ▼ keys simultaneously (escape).
The controller returns to the first screen of temperature settings SET ºCF.
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5.4
Relay 1/Relay 2 Settings
NOTE:
If controller type is set to ‘OFF’ (Refer section 5.5 for controller
settings), the ‘Relay 1/Relay 2 Setting’ is not available.
The SP1 settings determine the operating parameters for Relay 1; while SP2
settings define the operating parameters for Relay 2. Since these two settings have
identical setup parameters, only SP1 is described here.
Note that when you change measuring range of the controller, the values you have
set for SP1 & SP2 will not be affected. However, the unit of measurement &
resolution displayed in LCD for SP1 & SP2 will change according to the newly
selected measuring range.
1
SETUP
HOLD
SETUP
HOLD
µS
4
3
2
ENT
SETUP
µS
ENT
SETUP
ENT
HOLD
HOLD
µS
5
ENT
SETUP
HOLD
ENT
6
3
SETUP
SETUP
µS
HOLD
HOLD
ENT
ENT
1
From measurement mode press ENT key to enter setup mode as
described in section 5.1. The LCD shows the first screen of setup mode
(rAng). Press ▲ or ▼ key to select relay 1 (Set point 1) settings
screen (SP1).
2
Setting set point value: The upper display shows the last configured
set point value, otherwise the default value 100 µS. Press ▲ or ▼ key
to enter the value for set point 1, at which control function of the
conductivity controller should activate. Press ENT key to confirm your
set point value.
3
Select relay function: The upper display shows the last configured
relay function (LO = Low or HI=High). Press ▲ or ▼ key to select the
desired function.
Press ENT key to access relay 1 settings (SP1).
Press ENT key to confirm your selection.
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NOTE:
4
This parameter lets you choose the relay function. Select
‘LO’ to activate the relay when the conductivity reading
undershoots the set point (SP1) or select ‘HI’ to activate the
relay when the conductivity reading overshoots the set point
(SP1). SP1 and SP2 can be selected as ‘LO/LO’, ‘LO/HI’,
‘HI/LO’, or ‘HI/HI’.
Setting hysteresis value: The lower display shows ‘HYS’. The upper
display shows the last configured value, otherwise the default value 20
µS. Press ▲ or ▼ key to enter the hysteresis value for set point 1.
Allowable range: 0 to 10% of full-scale of the selected measuring range.
Press ENT key to confirm your hysteresis value.
NOTE:
Hysteresis prevents rapid relay contact switching if the
conductivity reading is fluctuating near the set point. Refer
‘Appendix 2
Graphical Representation of the Function of Hysteresis’.
5
Setting on-delay time: The lower display shows ‘On.d’. The upper
display shows last configured on-delay value. Press ▲ or ▼ key to
enter the on-delay time for set point 1. Allowable range: 0 to 2000
seconds. When the conductivity reading is reached the set point 1, the
controller delays the relay activation (switch on) by the on-delay time
you set here.
6
Setting off-delay time: The lower display shows ‘OF.d’. The upper
display shows last configured off-delay value. Press ▲ or ▼ key to
enter the off-delay time for set point 1. Allowable range: 0 to 2000
seconds. When the conductivity reading is reached the set point 1 plus
hysteresis value, the controller delays the relay deactivation (switch off)
by the off-delay time you set here.
Press ENT key to confirm your on-delay time.
Press ENT key to confirm your off-delay time. The controller reverts to
SP1 screen.
Press ▲ or ▼ key to access other setup screens or press ▲ and ▼ key
simultaneously (escape) to return to measurement mode.
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5.5
Controller Settings
The controller settings allow you to set the relay type and relay status of the
controller.
1
SETUP
2
ENT
SETUP
ENT
HOLD
HOLD
3
2
SETUP
ENT
HOLD
SETUP
ENT
HOLD
3
SETUP
ENT
HOLD
1
From measurement mode press ENT key to enter setup mode as
described in section 5.1. The LCD shows the first screen of setup
mode (rAng). Press ▲ or ▼ key to select controller settings screen
(Cntr).
Press ENT key to access controller settings (Cntr).
2
Select the controller type: The lower display shows ‘tyP’. The upper
display shows the last configured controller type. (‘OFF’ or ‘L.Ct’).
Press ▲ or ▼ key to select the desired controller type.
OFF :
Controller Off
Selecting ‘OFF’, the conductivity controller stops
functioning as a controller by preventing relay functions.
Once the controller type is set to ‘OFF’, the setup mode
does not show you the Relay 1/Relay 2 settings.
L.Ct:
Limit value control (Controller On)
Selecting ‘L.Ct’, the conductivity controller is set to function
as a controller. When the controller type is set to ‘L.Ct’, the
Relay 1/Relay 2 settings are available in the setup mode
for you to configure relay operating parameters.
Press ENT key to confirm your selection.
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If Controller type was set to Off (OFF):
The controller reverts to Cntr screen.
If Controller type was set to On (L.Ct):
3
Select the relay status under Non-Alarm condition: The lower
display shows ‘rEL’. The upper display shows the last configured relay
status. (‘dEEn’ or ‘En’). Press ▲ or ▼ key to select the desired relay
status.
dEEn:
De-energized
En:
Energized
Press ENT key to confirm your selection. The controller reverts to
Cntr screen.
Press ▲ or ▼ key to access other setup screens or press ▲ and ▼ key
simultaneously (escape) to return to measurement mode.
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5.6
Measuring Range Settings
The conductivity controller has 6 different measuring ranges. You need to select a
range which is the most suitable for conductivity reading of your
applications/samples. The factory default is 2000 µS (0 to 2000 µS/cm).
The measuring range you select here will affect the way the controller behaves in
the measurement mode and calibration mode. In measurement mode, if the
conductivity reading of the controller is above the selected measuring range, the
LCD shows “Or” (over range) error. In calibration mode, the controller adjusts
calibration tolerance based on full scale of the selected measuring range. The
calibration is carried out only for the selected measuring range.
WARNING: If you change the measuring range of the controller after calibration is
done, the controller will reset back to its factory default calibration.
1
2
From measurement mode press ENT
key to enter setup mode as described in
section 5.1. The LCD shows the first
screen of setup mode (rAng). Press
ENT key to access measurement range
setting (rAng).
The upper display shows the currently
selected measuring range. The factory
default is 2000 µS. The lower display
shows the currently configured cell
constant (k). (Refer section 4.2 for
setting cell constant)
Press ▲ or ▼ key to select the desired
measuring range. Press ENT key to
confirm your selection.
The controller reverts to rAng screen.
Measuring range
Resolution
0.000 to 2.000 µS/cm
0.00 to 20.00 µS/cm
0.0 to 200.0 µS/cm
0 to 2000 µS/cm
0.00 to 20.00 mS/cm
0.0 to 200.0 mS/cm
0.001 µS/cm
0.01 µS/cm
0.1 µS/cm
1 µS/cm
0.01 mS/cm
0.1 mS/cm
2
1
SETUP
SETUP
µS
ENT
HOLD
ENT
HOLD
2
SETUP
µS
ENT
HOLD
2
SETUP
µS
ENT
HOLD
2
SETUP
µS
ENT
HOLD
2
SETUP
mS
ENT
HOLD
2
SETUP
mS
ENT
HOLD
Press ▲ or ▼ key to access other setup screens or press ▲ and ▼ key
simultaneously (escape) to return to measurement mode.
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5.7
Configuration Settings
Configuration settings let you to enable/disable backlight of the LCD, select
between 2-cell & 4-cell and reset the controller to factory defaults.
1
SETUP
SETUP
SETUP
SETUP
ENT
R.
ENT
HOLD
HOLD
HOLD
4
3
2
ENT
2
This screen appears only
when 2-cell is selected
and measuring range is set to
0.0 to 200.0 mS/cm
3
SETUP
SETUP
HOLD
HOLD
ENT
HOLD
ENT
ENT
5
ENT
SETUP
HOLD
5
MEAS
SETUP
ENT
READY
µS
HOLD
°C
ATC
5
SETUP
ENT
HOLD
1
From measurement mode press ENT key to enter setup mode as
described in section 5.1. The LCD shows the first screen of setup mode
(rAng). Press ▲ or ▼ key to select configuration settings screen
(Cnfg).
2
Enable/disable LCD backlight: The upper display shows ‘LitE’. The
lower display shows last configured backlight selection (‘On’ or ‘OFF’).
Press ENT key to access configuration settings (Cnfg).
Press ▲ or ▼ key to enable (LitE On) or disable (LitE OFF) backlight
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of the LCD.
Press ENT key to confirm your selection.
3
Select cell type of the sensor: The lower display shows ‘CEL’. The
upper display shows the last configured cell type (‘2’ or ‘4’).
Press ▲ or ▼ key to select the cell type of your conductivity probe.
Press ENT key to confirm your selection.
NOTE: If you use a 2-cell conductivity sensor, make sure that the pin 1
and 2 are shorted and pin 3 and 4 are shorted on the J10 connector.
(Refer section 2 for more details)
4
Setting line resistance: The lower display shows ‘L.Ad’ and the upper
display shows the last configured line resistance; otherwise the default
is 0.00 R.
NOTE: Line resistance of sensor cable constitutes to an error in
measurement of high conductivity values. The controller will
compensate this error if you specify line resistance value in this setting.
The setting is available only if the cell type is set to 2-cell (step 3 above)
and the measuring range is selected to ‘0.0 to 200.0 mS/cm’.
Press ▲ or ▼ key to set the line resistance of the sensor cable
connected to the controller.
Press ENT key to confirm your selection.
5
Reset to factory defaults: The display shows ‘nO dEF’.
Press ▲ or ▼ key to select:
nO dEF :
Not default reset of the controller. User configured
values remain active, when confirmed by pressing ENT
key.
FCt dEF:
Reset all settings of the controller to factory defaults,
when confirmed by pressing ENT key.
CAL dEF:
Reset all calibration settings of the controller to factory
defaults, when confirmed by pressing ENT key.
NOTE: Refer section 6 for factory/calibration default settings
Press ENT key to confirm your selection.
- If ‘nO dEF’ was selected, the controller reverts to Cnfg screen.
Press ▲ or ▼ key to access other setup screens or press ▲
and ▼ key simultaneously (escape) to return to
measurement mode.
- If ‘FCt dEF’ or ‘CAL dEF’ was selected, the controller performs the
selected reset and returns to measurement mode.
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Press ▲ or ▼ key to access other setup screens or press ▲ and ▼ key
simultaneously (escape) to return to measurement mode.
To exit from any intermediate steps, press ▲ and ▼ keys simultaneously
(escape). The controller returns to the first screen configuration settings (Cnfg).
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5.8
Viewing Electrode Properties
Each time you calibrate the conductivity sensor, the controller re-calculates the
calibration factor of the sensor and shown in the LCD at the end of calibration. The
setup mode allows you to view the last saved calibration factor and cell constant at
any time.
2
1
SETUP
HOLD
1
2
3
ENT
SETUP
ENT
HOLD
SETUP
ENT
HOLD
From measurement mode press ENT key to enter setup mode as
described in section 5.1. The LCD shows the first screen of setup mode
(rAng). Press ▲ or ▼ key to select viewing electrode properties
screen (CdAt).
Press ENT key to view electrode properties (CdAt).
Cell constant: The lower display shows ’CEL’ and the upper display
shows the last configured cell constant.
Press ENT key.
Calibration factor: The lower display shows ‘FCt’ and the upper
display shows the calibration factor based on the last conductivity
calibration.
NOTE: The upper display shows ‘- - - ‘ if the controller has not been
calibrated yet or the controller has been reset to factory defaults.
Press ENT key to quit from electrode properties screen. The controller
reverts to CdAt screen.
Press ▲ or ▼ key to access other setup screens or press ▲ and ▼ key
simultaneously (escape) to return to measurement mode.
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6
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
General Specification
Conductivity
Measuring Range:
0.000 - 2.000 µS/cm
0.00 - 20.00 µS/cm
0.0 - 200.0 µS/cm
0- 2000 µS/cm
0.00 - 20.00 mS/cm
0.0 - 200.0 mS/cm
Relative accuracy
System accuracy
Temperature
Measuring range
Resolution
Relative accuracy
Sensor
Compensation
Calibration
Conductivity
Number of calibration points
Calibration window
Calibration standard solution
window
Temperature
Offset Adjustment
Controller
Output
Relay 1/Relay 2 function (for
Set Point 1 (SP1) & Set
Point(SP2))
Hysteresis window
On-delay & Off-delay time
Resolution:
0.001 µS/cm
0.01 µS/cm
0.1 µS/cm
1 µS/cm
0.01 mS/cm
0.1 mS/cm
± 1% of full scale reading
The effective measuring range and the
total system accuracy depend on the
sensor used with the controller. Please
refer respective sensor documentation.
-10.0 to +125.0 oC
+14.0 to +257.0 oF
0.1 oC / 0.1 oF
±0.5 oC / ±1.0 oF
2 wire / 3 wire - Pt100 or Pt1000 (Jumper
Selectable)
Automatic or Manual (reference at 25oC)
1 point
±40% of default reading
10% to 100% of the selected measuring
range
± 10 ˚C/ ± 18 ˚F
2 SPST Relays
LO (Relay is active when measured value
< Set point)
HI (Relay is active when measured value >
Set point)
0% to 10 % of selected measuring range
0 to 2000 seconds
Display
LCD
Back light
7 segments display with symbols for status
information
On/Off selectable
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Electrical Data and Connections
Conductivity Input
Connection terminal
Screw Terminal (3.5mm pitch)
8-pin, 2-pin & 5-pin terminal blocks, DC
power connector (1.2mm diameter)
EMC Specifications
Emission
Susceptibility
EN 61 36
EN 61326
Power Input
Universal +9 V DC Adaptor and 24V DC
Supply
96mm x 96mm x 66 mm
210g
0 to 40 oC
80% up to 31 oC decreasing linearly to
50% at 40oC
Other
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight (Estimated)
Ambient Temp. operating range
Maximum Relative Humidity
Calibration Default Settings (CAL dEF)
Conductivity
Calibration factor
Factory Default Settings (FCt dEF)
Conductivity
Calibration factor
Cell constant
Cell type
Measuring range
Line resistance
Temperature
Unit of measurement
Temperature compensation
Temperature coefficient
Temperature coefficient type
MTC (ATC Off)
Reset to 1.000
Reset to 1.000
1.00
2-cell
0 to 2000 µS/cm
0.000 Ω
o
C
ATC On
2.1% (Both process & calibration temp.
coefficients)
Linear
25 oC (Both process & calibration
temperature)
Controller Output
Controller type
Limit control
Relay status
De-energized
Relay 1 (SP1)
Set point value
Relay function
100 µS
Low
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Hysteresis
On-delay time
Off-delay time
Relay 2 (SP2)
Set point value
Relay function
Hysteresis
On-delay time
Off-delay time
20 µS
0 seconds
0 seconds
1900 µS
High
20 µS
0 seconds
0 seconds
Display
Backlight
On
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7
7.1
LIST OF ACCESSORIES
Thermo Scientific Order Codes
Conductivity Controller Replacement and Accessories
Item Description
Order Code
Alpha CON 560 Controller
Conductivity cell, Epoxy body, Graphite sensor, w/3-wire Pt100, k = 0.1
Conductivity cell, Epoxy body, Graphite sensor, w/3-wire Pt100, k = 1.0
Conductivity 2 Cell type probe, 0.1 - 200μS; Cell constant, K=0.1 with
integrated Pt 100, Material SS316 and 25ft cable (open-ended)
Conductivity 2 Cell type probe, up to 200 mS; Cell constant, K=1.0 with
integrated Pt 100, Material SS316 and 25ft cable (open-ended)
7.2
TSCONCP0560
ECCONSEN89X
ECCONSEN88X
ECCS1001S
ECCS1010S
Eutech Instruments Order Code
Conductivity Controller Replacement and Accessories
Item Description
Order Code
Alpha COND 560 Controller
Eutech Instruments Four-Electrode Conductivity Cell 3/4" NPT(M)
100 Ohm Pt RTD Industrial Conductivity Cells
Conductivity Cell; K=0.1, SS, In-Line; 100 Ohm Pt RTD ATC
100 Ohm Pt RTD Industrial Conductivity Cells
Conductivity Cell; K=1.0, SS, In-Line; 100 Ohm Pt RTD ATC
100 Ohm Pt RTD Industrial Conductivity Cells
Conductivity Cell; K=10.0 CPVC, In-Line; 100 Ohm Pt RTD ATC
19505-40
19503-00
19500-44
19500-45
19500-46
NOTE: Please contact your authorised distributor or dealer for the prices of
extension measuring cables and other accessories such as tee joints, electrode
assembly, and calibration solutions.
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8
TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Cause
Solution
Power on, but no
display
a)
b)
Loose connections
Incorrect output voltage
of the power adaptor
Cables not in correct
polarity (+ and – position)
a)
Air bubbles in the probe
Dirty probe
Probe not deep enough
in sample
a)
c)
Unstable conductivity
reading
a)
b)
c)
b)
c)
b)
c)
Electrical noise
interference
Tap probe to remove air
bubbles
Clean probe and
recalibrate
Ensure that the sample
entirely covers the sensor
of the probe
Ensure shield wire is
properly connected to pin 7
Oscillating
temperature readings
a)
Slow response
a) Dirty / Oily probe
a) Clean probe
Blinking ATC
a)
a)
Blinking electrode
annunciator
a)
b)
No temperature probe
connection during ATC
mode
Error in calibration
Conductivity value of the
calibration standard is not
within acceptable range
a)
Ensure cables make good
contact
Use an power adaptor with
specified output voltage
Re-wire loop cables with
correct polarity
a)
b)
Or (Conductivity)
a)
Or/Ur (Temperature)
a)
b)
Conductivity reading is
above the selected
measuring range
Temperature probe is not
connected when ATC
enabled
Temperature value
exceeds above/ below
the specified range
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a)
a)
b)
Ensure temperature
sensing cable makes good
contact
Ensure calibration
standard solution is not
contaminated. Ensure
electrode is clean
Ensure calibration
standard is within 10 to
100% of full-scale of the
selected measuring range
Ensure correct conductivity
measurement range is
selected
Ensure electrode makes
good contact with
controller
Ensure temperature
calibration is done
properly. Ensure process
temperature is within the
specified range
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9.1
GENERAL INFORMATION
Warranty
This Controller is supplied with a one-year warranty against significant deviations in
material and workmanship from date of purchase and a six-month warranty for
probe. Each instrument will have a warranty card with a specific serial number. The
warranty card must be endorsed by the Authorized Distributor at the point of sale.
If repair or adjustment is necessary and has not been the result of abuse or misuse
within the designated period, please return – freight pre-paid – and correction will
be made without charge. Thermo Scientific/ Eutech will determine if the product
problem is due to deviations or customer misuse.
Out of warranty products will be repaired on a charged basis.
Exclusions
The warranty on your instrument shall not apply to defects resulting from:
•
Improper or inadequate maintenance by customer
•
Unauthorized modification or misuse
•
Operation outside of the environment specifications of the products
9.2
Return of Goods
Authorization must be obtained from our Customer Service Department or
authorized distributor before returning items for any reason. A “Return Goods
Authorization” (RGA) form is available through our authorized distributor. Please
include data regarding the reason the items are to be returned. For your protection,
items must be carefully packed to prevent damage in shipment and insured against
possible damage or loss. Thermo Scientific will not be responsible for damage
resulting from careless or insufficient packing. A restocking charge will be made on
all unauthorized returns.
NOTE: Thermo Scientific reserves the right to make improvements in design,
construction, and appearance of products without notice.
9.3
Guidelines for Returning Unit for Repair
Use the original packaging material if possible when shipping the unit for repair.
Otherwise wrap it with bubble pack and use a corrugated box for additional
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protection. Include a brief description of any faults suspected for the convenience of
Customer Service Dept., if possible.
9.4
Maintenance and Cleaning
Maintenance
The Alpha COND 560 Controller contains no user repairable components. Please
contact your authorized distributor if there is any problem with the unit.
Cleaning
To remove dust, dirt and spots, the external surfaces of the Conductivity Controller
may be wiped with a damp, lint-free cloth. A mild household cleaner can also be
used if necessary.
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10 APPENDICES
10.1 Appendix 2
Conductivity of various aqueous solutions
At Temperature 25 oC / 77 oF
Solution
Conductivity
Resistivity
0.055 µS/cm
18.18 MΩ-cm
0.05 - 1 µS/cm
1 - 18 MΩ-cm
0.5 µS/cm
2 MΩ-cm
0.1 - 10 µS/cm
0.1 - 10 MΩ-cm
1 - 80 µS/cm
0.01 - 1 MΩ-cm
Mountain Water
10 µS/cm
0.1 MΩ-cm
Drinking Water
0.5 - 1 mS/cm
1 - 2 kΩ-cm
Waste-water
0.9 - 9 mS/cm
0.1 - 1 kΩ-cm
1.5 mS/cm
0.7 kΩ-cm
Brackish Water
1 - 80 mS/cm
0.01 - 1 kΩ-cm
Industrial Process Water
7 - 140 mS/cm
Rarely stated
53 mS/cm
Rarely stated
Ultra-pure Water
Power Plant Boiler Water
Distilled Water
De-ionized Water
De-mineralized Water
Potable Water Maximum
Ocean Water
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10.2 Appendix 2
Graphical Representation of the Function of Hysteresis
SP1 = 100 µS & Set to LO
SP2 = 1900 µS & Set to HI
HYSTERESIS BAND
Default = 20 µS
HYSTERESIS BAND
Default = 20 µS
RELAY ON
µS
100
120
RELAY OFF
1880
1900
SP2
SP1
Forward Direction
Reverse Direction
The relay of the conductivity controller activates when the set-point is reached
(forward direction). In the reverse direction, it does not de-activate when the value
reaches the set-point. Instead, it continues to be active till the value reaches the
amount set by the Hysteresis band.
Example: You have set your high set point at 1900 µS and your hysteresis value at
20 µS. If your measured value overshoots 1900 µS, the controller’s relay activates.
The actions of the external device will cause the solution’s conductivity to drop. The
relay will deactivate, when the conductivity value drops below 1880 µS.
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10.3 Appendix 3
General Instructions Concerning Controller Setting
Control characteristic of controller used as limit value switch
MIN function
100%
MAX function
Yh
50%
-Xw
0%
+Xw
SP 2
Xp = 0
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10.4 Appendix 4 - Abbreviations Used in LCD
Abbreviation
Description
AtC
Automatic Temperature Compensation
CAL
Calibration mode
C.ºC
Calibration temperature
CdAt
Electrode properties
CEL
Cell
CnFg
Configuration
Cntr
Controller
C.tC
Temperature coefficient for calibration liquid
dEF
Default values
dEEn
De-energized
En
Energized
FCt
Factory (defaults)
HI
High limit
HOLD
Relay functions are hold
HyS
Hysteresis
K
Cell constant
L.Ad
Linear resistance
L.Ct
Limit control
Lin
Linear
LitE
Backlight
LO
Low limit
MEAS
Measurement mode
OF.d
Off delay
On.d
On delay
Or
Reading is over range
P.ºC
Process temperature
P.tC
Temperature coefficient for process liquid
PUr
Pure water
rAng
Range
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Set
Setting
SETUP
Setup mode
SP1
1st Set point
SP2
2nd Set point
tC
Temperature Coefficient
tyP
Type
Ur
Reading is under range
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