Models SP330/SP350 S P Personal
Exposure Monitoring
Models SP330/SP350
SIDEPAK™ Personal
Sampling Pumps
User Guide
1980454, Revision G
July 2010
SP330
SP350
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CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION ................................................................... III
SIDEPAK™ SP330 Rating Label .................................................... iii
Intrinsic Safety Rating Information ................................................ iv
CHAPTER 1 UNPACKING AND PARTS IDENTIFICATION ........... 1
SIDEPAK™ SP330 and SP350 Personal Sampling Pump Kit
Photos and Accessory Descriptions .......................................... 1
CHAPTER 2 SETTING-UP .............................................................. 11
Supplying Power to the SIDEPAKTM Personal Sampling Pump.... 11
Battery Information ...................................................................... 11
SidePak™ NiMH Battery Maintenance ................................. 12
Getting Started ...................................................................... 12
Charging Procedure .............................................................. 12
Storage of NiMH Battery Packs Between Uses.................... 13
Installing the NiMH Rechargeable Battery Packs ................. 13
Installing the AA Battery Pack .............................................. 14
Replacing the Cells in the AA Battery Pack .......................... 15
Using the Power Supply ....................................................... 16
Keypad Functions ........................................................................ 17
CHAPTER 3 OPERATION .............................................................. 19
Overview...................................................................................... 19
Keypad Functions ........................................................................ 20
Identifying SIDEPAK™ SP330 and SP350 Features .................... 21
Power Up ..................................................................................... 21
Power Down ................................................................................ 21
Ready Mode ................................................................................ 22
Setup Menu ........................................................................... 22
Flow Setpoint .................................................................. 24
Clear Data ...................................................................... 24
Reset All ......................................................................... 25
Set Program ................................................................... 25
Run Program .................................................................. 25
Flow Mode ................................................................................... 26
Low Flow Operation .................................................................... 26
Low Flow Adapter ................................................................. 27
High Flow Operation .................................................................... 28
Calibrating a SIDEPAK™ SP330/SP350 ...................................... 28
Flow Blocked Error ...................................................................... 28
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CHAPTER 4 MAINTENANCE ......................................................... 29
Maintaining Rechargeable Battery Packs ................................... 29
Charging a NiMH Battery Pack ............................................. 29
Using and Maintaining the Sorbent Tube Holders ...................... 30
Cleaning the Sorbent Tube Holders ..................................... 31
Using and Maintaining the Respirable Cyclone Kit ..................... 31
Cleaning the Cyclone ............................................................ 33
Pump Service Kit for the SIDEPAK™ SP330/SP350 .................... 34
Changing the Inlet Filter ........................................................ 34
CHAPTER 5 TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................... 37
APPENDIX A SPECIFICATIONS .................................................... 41
Battery Information ...................................................................... 43
Battery Level Indicator ................................................................. 43
Maintenance ................................................................................ 45
APPENDIX B CSA CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE .................. 47
APPENDIX C SP330/350 QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE ................ 51
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Safety Information
The TSI SIDEPAK™ Personal Sampling Pumps are designed to collect air
samples using accepted industrial hygiene principles, practices and
techniques with recommended maintenance and service as required. This
User Guide may not address all health and safety concerns associated with
these products and their use. The end user is responsible for assessing,
determining and following appropriate and applicable health and safety
practices and compliance/regulatory limitations before using these products.
The information contained in this document should not be construed as legal
advice, opinion, or as a final authority on legal or regulatory procedures. For
additional information, see TSI Limitation of Warranty and Liability on
page ii of this User Guide.
!
WARNING
Battery pack can only be changed/charged in an area
known to be nonhazardous.
SIDEPAK™ SP330 Rating Label
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Intrinsic Safety Rating Information
TSI Battery Pack P/Ns 801722, 801724, 801728, or 801729
INTRINSICALLY SAFE CSA
Exia
T2A with 801724 or 801729
T2C with 801722 or 801728
Class I Groups A, B, C, D; Class II Groups E, F, G; Class III
File: 200507
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Chapter 1
Unpacking and Parts Identification
Carefully unpack your Model SP330 or SP350 SIDEPAK™ Personal
Sampling Pump from the shipping container. Use the photos and accessory
descriptions below to determine which components are included with the kit
or single unit you purchased. If any parts are missing, contact TSI
immediately.
SIDEPAK™ SP330 and SP350 Personal Sampling Pump Kit Photos
and Accessory Descriptions
Single-Unit Kit with 801723/801724/801729 Battery Pack
™
SIDEPAK is a trademark of TSI Incorporated.
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Single-Unit Kit with 801708/801736 or
801722/801728/801735 Battery Pack
Three-Unit Kit with 801723/801724/801729 Battery Pack
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Three-Unit Kit with 801708/801736 or
801722/801728/801735 Battery Pack
Five-Unit Kit with 801723/801724/801729 Battery Pack
Unpacking and Parts Identification
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Five-Unit Kit with 801708/801736 or 801722/801728/801735 Battery Pack
Item Description
Part/Model
Reference Picture
*
37-mm Filter Cassette
Kit
801709
25-mm Filter Cassette
Kit
801726*
*
Sampling media (i.e., filter cassettes and sorbent tubes) are not included.
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Item Description
Part/Model
Reference Picture
*
Cyclone Kit
801721
Single Non-Adjustable
Sorbent Tube Kit
801720*
Single Adjustable
Sorbent Tube Kit
801695*
Double Adjustable
Sorbent Tube Kit
801696*
*
Sampling media (i.e., filter cassettes and sorbent tubes) are not included.
Unpacking and Parts Identification
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Item Description
Part/Model
Reference Picture
*
Triple Adjustable
Sorbent Tube Kit
801697
Low Flow
Adapter/Constant
Pressure Controller
801699
Pump Service Kit
801725
Hard Single-Unit Carry
Case
12.2” x 8” x 3.75”
1319315
Battery Pack
801708/
801736
*
Sampling media (i.e., filter cassettes and sorbent tubes) are not included.
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Item Description
Part/Model
Reference Picture
Battery Pack
1600 mAH
801723
1650 mAH
801724/
801729
Battery Pack
2700 mAH
801722/
801728/
801735
Power Supply with
U.S. Line Cord
2613210
Soft Single-Unit Carry
Case
11.25” × 9” × 4.25”
1319289
Hard 3-Unit Carry
Case
17” × 12.5” × 4.2”
1319316
Unpacking and Parts Identification
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Item Description
Part/Model
Hard 5-Unit Carry
Case
24.25” × 19.5” × 8.75”
1319337
U-Tube Kit
801704
Sorbent Tube Cover
2902021
Large Sorbent Tube
Cover
2902024
Belt Clip for SIDEPAK™
Instruments
1206134
Reference Picture
Chapter 1
Item Description
Part/Model
Sample Tube, Vinyl
801693
37-mm Filter Cassette
Clip
1309062
25-mm Filter Cassette
Clip
1309164
Cyclone/Filter
Cassette Clip
1309157
Luer Adapter
1611303
Screwdriver,
Reversible Phillips Flat
3012094
Unpacking and Parts Identification
Reference Picture
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Item Description
Part/Model
SP330/SP350 User
Guide
1980454
SP330/350 Quick
Reference Card
1980540
SIDEPAK™ NimH
Battery Maintenance
Card
1980534
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Reference Picture
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Setting-Up
Supplying Power to the SIDEPAKTM Personal Sampling Pump
You must attach a battery pack to the SIDEPAK™ Personal Sampling Pump
prior to use. There are four different TSI battery packs designed for the
SP330 or SP350: 1650 and 2700 mAH rechargeable nickel-metal hydride
(NiMH) battery packs, AA battery pack that allows you to use standard AAsize batteries, and 1600 mAH rechargeable nickel-metal hydride battery.
You may also power the SP330 or SP350 with the power supply, with or
without a battery pack attached.
The NiMH battery packs are approved and rated intrinsically safe (see
battery information table on next page). The AA battery pack is not
intrinsically safe. The following battery information table provides the
intrinsic safety rating information.
Battery Information
Charge
Time1
Intrinsically
Safe
CSA Rating
1600 mAH NiMH
Pack (P/N 801723)
1650 mAH NiMH
Pack (P/N 801724
or 801729)
3.0
hours
3.5
hours
No
N/A
CSA2
2700 mAH NiMH
Pack (P/N 801722
or 801728)
5.5
hours
CSA2
2700 mAH NiMH
Pack (P/N 801735)
6-Cell AA-size Pack
(P/N 801708 or
801736)
5.5
hours
N/A
No
Exia T2A/
Class I Groups A, B, C, D
Class II Groups E, F, G
Class III
Exia T2C/
Class I Groups A, B, C, D
Class II Groups E, F, G
Class III
N/A
No
N/A
Battery Option
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2
Of a full depleted battery
All dust plugs and dust gaskets must be installed
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SidePak™ NiMH Battery Maintenance
All TSI SIDEPAK™ instruments can be used with all of the SIDEPAK™
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) Batteries that incorporate the Smart
Battery Management System™ technology. These NiMH batteries
provide many advantages over older battery technologies (e.g., NiCad
with their memory issues). However, the NiMH batteries require care
and maintenance to ensure their optimal function.
Getting Started
When you first receive a SIDEPAK™ instrument with a NiMH battery
you will need to charge and discharge the unit several times (typically 3
charges and 2 full discharges is enough to get good run time
information) in order for the Smart Battery Management System™
technology to optimize its performance. Each time you initiate the
charging cycle the battery will fully charge. However, the battery’s run
time information will become more accurate after each successive
charge and discharge cycle. Simply put, the more you use the
SIDEPAK™ instrument with the NiMH battery, the smarter it will get
and the more accurate the run time information will be. The initial
charging procedure is outlined below:
Charging Procedure
•
Charge #1
•
Discharge #1
•
Charge #2
•
Discharge #2
•
Charge #3
Smart Battery Management System™ technology charging is now
complete and optimized.
For additional battery charging instructions see Chapter 4,
“Maintenance; Charging a NiMH Battery Pack” found in all of the
SIDEPAK™ instrument User Guides.
To discharge the various SIDEPAK™ instruments use the following
procedure to minimize the time to discharge the battery:
•
Go to the SETUP MENU  Flow Setpnt  ADJUST FLOW
80.0% RANGE (adjust flow setting via ▼▲ keys) with no
sampling train attached in open flow mode and wait for the
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Smart Battery Management System is a trademark of TSI Incorporated.
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battery to run down and the instrument to shut off. Then,
recharge the battery.
Note:
It is always recommended that you charge your SIDEPAK™
instrument with NiMH battery pack after each use to
optimize and maintain the Smart Battery Management
System™ technology between uses.
Battery life indicator is not considered accurate until
battery has been optimized.
1600 mAH battery display will not indicate 100% on the
first charge.
Storage of NiMH Battery Packs Between Uses
Remember that all rechargeable battery technologies (NiMH, NiCad,
LiIon, Lead Acid, etc.) will lose charge over time due to charge
dissipation. If you store your SIDEPAK™ instruments between uses for
more than 2 months (60 days) make sure that it is completely charged
before doing so. Storage of exhausted batteries (from not recharging and
storing after use), or from extended storage intervals exceeding 2
months (60 days), may result in the NiMH batteries becoming unusable
over time. Deep battery discharge is possible if this occurs and it may
not be possible to recondition the NiMH battery once this has happened
and this is not covered under warranty.
During storage it is recommended that you discharge then charge your
SIDEPAK™ instruments every 4 to 6 weeks to ensure that the NiMH
battery is maintained and charged and the Smart Battery Management
System™ technology is optimized. Simply follow the discharging and
charging procedure described above or from any of the SIDEPAK™
instrument User Guides in Chapter 4, “Maintenance.” Not following
this recommendation could lead to requiring the “Getting Started”
procedure to be repeated again or battery replacement (not covered
under warranty) due to deep battery discharge.
Installing the NiMH Rechargeable Battery Packs
Battery packs slide on and off the SP330 or SP350 pumps in the
direction shown below. There are serrations (teeth) that help hold the
battery pack firmly onto the SP330 or SP350 body in addition to the two
screws. Sliding the battery on/off requires firm pressure in the proper
direction.
Setting-Up
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!
WARNING
Battery pack can only be changed/charged in an area
known to be nonhazardous.
Battery Pack, 1600 mAH
Battery Pack, 1650 mAH
Battery Pack, 2700 mAH
Place the battery pack on top of the SP330 or SP350 body and push
firmly to slide it on. Make sure that the front edge of the battery fits
under the lip near the keypad. Once the battery pack is fully seated and
the screw holes are lined up, fasten it in place using the two battery
screws provided.
Note: When installing any of the NiMH battery packs for the first time,
you should charge the battery before using the SP330 or SP350
to ensure proper operation. See “Using the Power Supply” later
in this chapter or the Maintenance chapter for charging
information.
Installing the AA Battery Pack
Note: Alkaline battery cells are included with the AA battery pack. TSI
recommends AA-size alkaline batteries for best performance.
The power supply may be used to power the SP330 or SP350
while the AA battery pack is attached to the pump body. The
SP330 or SP350 will sense the presence of the AA battery pack
and automatically disable the charging function.
AA-size rechargeable batteries may be used in the AA battery
pack; however, they cannot be recharged by the SIDEPAK™
Personal Sampling Pump charging system. An external charger
will be needed. Instrument run-time with size-AA rechargeable
cells may be unacceptably short.
The AA battery pack opens into two pieces.
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Install six AA-size battery cells. Make sure the cells are installed in the
proper direction by matching the polarity markings on the cell holder
with the markings on the battery cells.
Attach the battery cover by carefully placing it in the position shown.
Slide the cover forward, and under the lip on the instrument. Fasten it in
place with two screws.
Replacing the Cells in the AA Battery Pack
To replace the disposable cells in the AA battery pack, remove the
battery pack. Loosen the two side screws about half way. Slide the
cover back until it is free of the screws, then lift up and remove.
Open the battery pack. Remove the old batteries and dispose of them
according to local jurisdiction. It may be helpful to use the flat-bladed
screwdriver to gently pry up the positive (+) end of the battery cells.
Setting-Up
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Close the battery pack. Slide the battery pack into position placing the
tab in place first. Push the battery pack snuggly into position and secure
with the two screws on the sides.
Using the Power Supply
The power supply allows you to power the SIDEPAK™ pump from an
AC wall outlet, or to charge any of the TSI NiMH battery packs.
Connect the power supply to an AC wall outlet and plug the other end
into the power port on the side of the SP330 or SP350.
!
Caution
Many power supplies look alike. Make certain you are
using the proper power supply for the SP330 or SP350.
Using the wrong power supply may permanently damage
the instrument and void the warranty.
Battery Screw
Power Port
Inlet Assembly
Dust Plug
The power supply cannot run the SIDEPAK™ pump and charge the
battery at the same time. Make sure the instrument is turned off to
initiate the charging cycle. If the display does not show CHARGING
BATTERY, it is not charging.
When the power supply is first plugged into the SP330 or SP350, the
display will first show the message DETECTING BATTERY TYPE. If
any of the TSI NiMH battery packs are detected, the display will show
CHARGING BATTERY. Once the battery is fully charged, the display
will show CHARGING COMPLETE. The instrument may be turned
on at any time during or after the charging process by pressing the
PAGE key. Turning the instrument on during the charging process will
abort charging and will show the message CHARGING OFF.
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If the AA battery pack is detected (regardless of installed cell type) or
there is no battery pack at all, the display will show CHARGING OFF
after 30 seconds. Press the PAGE key to turn the instrument on or off at
any time.
Keypad Functions
To turn the instrument ON, press the PAGE key.
The model number, serial number, firmware revision and remaining battery
charge are displayed for a few seconds before entering Ready Mode.
To turn the instrument OFF, press and hold the PAGE
key for three (3) seconds.
Release when the countdown reaches "0 SECONDS."
Use the PAGE key to go back to the previous menu.
Use the ↵ key to execute selected menu options and
confirm changes.
Use the ▲▼ arrow keys to scroll through vertical
menus and to change numeric values.
To toggle between an unlocked and locked keypad
(tamper prevention), press and hold the ▲ key and
press ↵. When the keypad is locked, the display shows
KEYPAD LOCK.
Setting-Up
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Chapter 3
Operation
Overview
The SIDEPAK™ SP330 and SP350 Personal Sampling Pumps are integrated
portable sampling pumps used for occupational exposure monitoring and
area assessment. The sampling pump flow rate is user-adjustable, allowing
you to attach a wide variety of collection media for sampling from the
worker’s breathing zone or other locations. The rugged belt-mountable unit
is small, quiet, and lightweight, minimizing interference and discomfort for
the wearer. The 12-character x 2 line LCD displays flow set point, clear data
functions, reset pump functions, pump programming information, pump
runtime information and pump status before, during and after sampling.
The SIDEPAK™ SP330 and SP350 Personal Sampling pumps have passed
intrinsic safety approvals. See Chapter 2, page 11, and Appendix A,
“Specifications,” page 42, of this user guide for specific information.
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Keypad Functions
To turn the instrument ON, press the PAGE key.
The model number, serial number, firmware revision and % battery charge
are displayed for a few seconds before entering Ready Mode.
To turn the instrument OFF, press and hold the PAGE
key for three (3) seconds.
Release when the countdown reaches "0 SECONDS."
Use the PAGE key to go back to the previous menu.
Use the ↵ key to execute selected menu options and
confirm changes.
Use the ▲▼ arrow keys to scroll through vertical
menus and to change numeric values.
To toggle between an unlocked and locked keypad
(tamper prevention), press and hold the ▲ key and
press ↵. When the keypad is locked, the display shows
KEYPAD LOCK.
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Identifying SIDEPAK™ SP330 and SP350 Features
Battery Screw
Power Port
Inlet Assembly
Dust Plug
Battery Screw
Remove these two screws to remove the battery pack.
Power Port
Connect the 9 VDC power supply/charger to this port
to charge TSI NiMH battery packs or to power the
instrument at any time. Many power supplies look
alike; make certain you use the right power supply to
prevent damage.
Inlet Assembly
The inlet assembly is where the sample tube is
attached to the pump body. This inlet assembly is user
serviceable with the Pump Service Kit (see Chapter 4,
“Maintenance,” for further information).
Dust Plug
Dust Plugs are provided to prevent intrusion of dust
into the instrument during operation. They should be
removed from the Power Port, for charging the
instrument and replaced when charging is complete.
Power Up
Turn the SIDEPAK™ SP330 and SP350 on by pressing the PAGE key. The
SP330 and SP350 will display the model number, serial number, firmware
version and remaining battery life over a period of a few seconds. It will
now immediately go into READY MODE.
Power Down
To turn the SIDEPAK™ SP330 and SP350 off, press the PAGE key until the
instrument displays READY MODE or the SETUP MENU. Then, press
and hold the PAGE key. Release the key after the 3-second countdown
reaches zero.
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Ready Mode
When the SIDEPAK™ SP330 and SP350 are first turned on they always go
into Ready Mode. In Ready Mode the display alternates between READY
MODE, ENTER = START and ELAPSED TIME XXXX MIN.
Note
If you view a submenu and leave the display in that location, the
SP330 and SP350 “Times Out” and returns to the next higher level
menu after 30 seconds. Eventually, the instrument returns to Ready
Mode, alternating between READY MODE, ENTER = START
and ELAPSED TIME xxxx MIN. You may also press the PAGE
key at any time to manually escape to the next higher level menu, the
SETUP Menu.
Setup Menu
While in Ready Mode, you can access the Setup Menu by pressing the
PAGE key. Use the ▲▼ keys to select one of the following submenus:
•
•
•
•
•
Flow Setpoint
Clear Data
Reset All
Set Program
Run Program
Refer to the corresponding section below for details on each submenu.
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See Appendix E for Quick Reference Guide.
Operation
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Flow Setpoint
The Flow Setpoint submenu allows you to manually adjust the
pump flow rate from the instrument keypad. The Flow Setpoint
adjustment range is from 25% to 99.9% of full scale. You must use
an external calibrator when adjusting the Flow Setpoint (refer to
“Calibrating a SIDEPAK™ SP330/SP350” section found in this
chapter).
1.
Start up the SIDEPAK™ SP330 or SP350 and let it warm up for
2 minutes prior to starting this procedure.
2.
Attach the pump to an external calibrator of your choice and
follow the procedure for Calibrating a SIDEPAK™
SP330/SP350 found in this chapter.
3.
Press the ↵ key to access the ADJUST FLOW, XX.X%
RANGE screen.
4.
Use the ▲▼ to adjust the pump to the desired flow rate based
on the flow rate readings indicated from the external calibrator,
and press ↵ to execute when achieved.
5.
Now the Estimated Runtime screen appears EST RUNTIME,
XXX MIN for a few seconds before the instrument returns to
Ready Mode. This value is the estimated minutes of runtime at
the set flow rate.
Clear Data
The Clear Data submenu allows you to permanently erase all of the
Total Runtime data stored in memory. It will not affect the useradjusted or set values of: Runtime, Total Time data, Flow Setpoint
or Delay Start.
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1.
After selecting the Clear Data submenu under the Setup
Menu. Press ↵.
2.
The display will now show ENTER = CLEAR DATA. Press ↵
to execute the Clear Data function.
3.
The display will show RUNTIME DATA CLEARED for a
few seconds and will go back to Ready Mode.
Chapter 3
Reset All
The Reset All submenu resets all of the user-adjusted and set values
of: Runtime data, Total Time data, Flow Setpoint and Delay Start to
their default values. The default values are as follows:
•
•
•
•
Runtime = 0 minutes
Total Time = 5 minutes
Flow Setpoint = 35%
Delay Start = 0 minutes
1.
After selecting the Reset All submenu under the Setup Menu,
press ↵.
2.
The display will now show ENTER = RESET FLOW. Press
↵ to execute the Reset All Function.
3.
The display will show RUNTIME DATA & FLOW RESET
for a few seconds before the unit goes back to Ready Mode.
Set Program
The Set Program submenu allows you to set Total Time (the pump
runtime) and Delay Start Time. The Total Time adjustment range is
from 5 to 9999 minutes. The Delay start adjustment range is from 0
to 999 minutes.
1.
After selecting the Set Program submenu under the Setup
Menu, press ↵.
2.
The display will now show TOTAL TIME ▲▼, XXXX MIN.
3.
Use the ▲▼ to adjust the Total Time and press ↵ to execute.
4.
The display will now show DELAY ▲ ▼ , XXX MIN.
5.
Use the ▲▼ to adjust the DELAY start time and press ↵ to
execute.
6.
The instrument immediately returns back to Ready Mode.
Run Program
The Run Program submenu allows you to run a program based on a
Total Time and/or a Delay Start that has been setup from the Set
Program submenu.
1.
After selecting the Run Program submenu under the Setup
Menu, press ↵.
2.
The display will now show PROGRAM MODE, BATTERY
XXX% for all Set Programs with no Delay Start programmed.
Operation
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The pump will automatically start and begin your sampling
event and continue until the Total Time has been reached.
3.
Or, the display will now show PUMP START, IN XXX MIN.
for all Set Programs with a Delay Start defined. The pump will
automatically start when the Delay Start time has elapsed and
begin your sampling event. Sampling will continue until the
Total Time has elapsed.
4.
You may stop the sample event at any time by pressing ↵ to
access the ENTER = STOP, PAGE = RETURN screen. If
you want to stop the sample event you must press ↵. The pump
will stop and return back to Ready Mode. If you do not want to
stop sampling, press the PAGE key and continue with the inprogress sample event.
While in Program Mode, the pump will automatically scroll
through (or you may manually) scroll between the following
screens:
Flow Mode
The SIDEPAK™ SP330 and SP350 can be operated in either of two modes of
operation for Flow Mode. There are low and high flow operational modes.
Low Flow Operation
In order to sample at low flow rates using sorbent tubes (i.e., charcoal, silica
gel, etc.), the TSI Low Flow Adapter (LFA) is used with the SIDEPAK™
SP330 and SP350. The LFA puts the sample pump into a constant pressure
condition, allowing the use of TSI’s single or multiple adjustable sorbent
tube sampling kits. The LFA permits flows from 20 cc/min. to 800 cc/min,
and maintains a constant negative pressure of approximately 12–15” w.g. on
the sample pump. Total flow of all sample tubes cannot exceed 800 cc/min.
With constant negative pressure maintained, the sorbent tube flows may be
adjusted separately without affecting multiple tube sampling kits.
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Low Flow Adapter
1.
Start up the SIDEPAK™ SP330 or SP350 and let it warm up for 2
minutes prior to starting this procedure.
2.
Adjust the pump flow rate to 1000 cc/min. referring to “Flow
Setpoint” section in this chapter.
3.
Attach the sampling tube to the pump.
4.
Attach the LFA to the sampling tube, making sure the two small
holes on the diaphragm point towards the pump with the short piece
of tubing supplied on the terminal end.
5.
Finally, attach the adjustable sorbent tube holder to the short piece
of tubing on the end of the LFA. Next, attach the end of the
adjustable sorbent tube holder to an external calibrator with a piece
of tubing.
6.
With the external calibrator attached and functional, set the flow
rate(s) for the sorbent tube(s) to the desired flow rate.
Note: In Step 5, when connecting a single or multiple adjustable
sorbent tube holder, that the pump may slow down or stall but,
will immediately recover. To minimize these effects, make sure
that the adjustable sorbent tube holder (at least one tube) is set
to the open position.
Operation
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High Flow Operation
The SIDEPAK™ SP330 and SP350 are operated in a continuous flow mode
when used for high flow sampling with filter cassettes and other high flow
sampling devices (i.e., cyclones, impactors, impingers, bubblers, IOM
Samplers, etc). The SIDEPAK™ SP330 and SP350 have flow rate ranges
from 1000 cc/min. to 3000 cc/min. and 1000 cc/min. to 4000 cc/min.,
respectively.
Calibrating a SIDEPAK™ SP330/SP350
When calibrating a SIDEPAK™ SP330 or a SP350 for low or high flow
sampling the following generic procedure may be used.
1.
Start up the SIDEPAK™ SP330 or SP350 and let it warm up for 2
minutes prior to starting this calibration procedure.
2.
Configure your sample pump for low or high flow sampling (i.e., attach
a LFA for low flow/constant pressure operation mode, etc.). Refer to
High and Low Flow Operation sections found in this chapter.
3.
Attach the outlet of the sample media tubing to the inlet of the sample
pump.
4.
Connect the outlet of the external calibrator to the inlet of the sample
media.
5.
Turn the external calibrator on.
6.
Follow the Flow Setpoint and/or the Low Flow Adapter Procedure
found in this chapter to setup and enter the proper keypad commands
necessary to complete the calibration procedure.
Flow Blocked Error
When the flow is blocked, the pump will continue to try to maintain the flow
rate for 20 seconds, during which time the words FLOW BLOCKED will
alternate with FLOW MODE, the LED will flash twice per second and will
beep once per second. If the flow rate is not regained after the 20-second
period, the pump will shut off for 40 seconds, at the end of which time it will
turn the pump back on and retry to get the desired flow rate. This process
will repeat for ten more cycles, at the end of which the pump will remain off
and the LCD will alternate between FLOW BLOCKED PUMP SHUTOFF
and READY MODE ENTER = START. If the ↵ key is pressed, the
process will begin again. If at any time during the pump restart sequence the
flow block condition is removed, the flow will resume. If a flow block
occurs again the process will start at the beginning.
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Chapter 4
Maintenance
The SIDEPAK™ SP330 and SP350 require periodic maintenance. The most
common procedures are listed below:
•
•
•
•
•
Charging NiMH batteries
Cyclone maintenance
Sorbent Tube Holder maintenance
U-Tube and Luer Adapter maintenance
Changing the pump inlet filters
In addition to the procedures in this chapter, TSI recommends that you
return your SIDEPAK™ Model SP330 or SP350 to the factory for annual
service. Regular factory-authorized cleaning and testing helps ensure that
your instrument is working properly, has the latest updates, and will provide
accurate and reliable measurements.
Maintaining Rechargeable Battery Packs
The SIDEPAK™ SP330 and SP350 Personal Sampling Pumps incorporate the
Smart Battery Management System™ technology that allows for fast
charging and long battery life. This system utilizes a built-in computer chip
in the battery packs. The microprocessor monitors battery capacity and
calculates run time information by dividing capacity of the battery (mAH)
by the instantaneous current consumed by the instrument (mA). This
calculation is correct for current operating conditions and can change due to
current (mA) consumption or changes in battery capacity. Conventional
battery controllers can only make crude estimates of battery condition based
on a simple voltage measurement.
TSI rechargeable battery packs use nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) cells
because they provide much greater capacity than conventional nickelcadmium (NiCad) cells and do not have the “memory” problems often
associated with NiCad cells.
Charging a NiMH Battery Pack
The power supply allows you to power the SIDEPAK™ SP330 and
SP350 Personal Sampling Pumps from an AC outlet, or to charge any of
the TSI NiMH battery packs. The SIDEPAK™ has internal charging
circuitry. Connect the power supply to an AC outlet and plug the other
end into the power port on the side of the SIDEPAK™ SP330 or SP350.
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!
!
WARNING
Battery pack can only be changed/charged in an area
known to be nonhazardous.
Caution
Many power supplies look alike. Make certain you are
using the proper power supply for the SIDEPAK™ SP330
or SP350. Using the wrong power supply may
permanently damage the instrument and void the
warranty.
The power supply cannot run the SIDEPAK™ SP330 or SP350 and
charge the battery at the same time. Make sure the instrument is off to
facilitate charging. If the display does not show CHARGING
BATTERY, it is not charging.
When the power supply is first plugged onto the SIDEPAK™ SP330 or
SP350, the display will first show DETECTING BATTERY TYPE. If
a TSI NiMH battery pack is detected, the display will show
CHARGING BATTERY until charging is completed. Once the battery
is fully charged, the display will show CHARGING COMPLETE. The
instrument may be turned on at any time during or after the charging
process by pressing the PAGE key. Turning the instrument on during
the charging process will abort charging.
If the 6-cell AA-size battery pack is detected (regardless of installed cell
type) or there is no battery pack at all, the display will show
CHARGING OFF after 30 seconds. It is not possible to recharge AAsize rechargeable batteries by placing them in the 6-cell AA-size battery
pack, and attaching them to the SIDEPAK™ SP330 or SP350.
Using and Maintaining the Sorbent Tube Holders
A wide variety of sorbent tubes are commercially available and are designed
to adsorb or absorb gases and vapors that are drawn through them, when
used with a low flow sampling pump. Sorbent tubes are ideal for breathing
zone sampling because they can be attached to a worker’s clothing near his
or her head. TSI offers as optional accessories, single and multiple sorbent
tube kits. There are single adjustable and non-adjustable, and dual and triple
adjustable kits that include: single or multiple sorbent tube holders with
6 mm × 70 mm tube covers (standard, a larger tube cover is available that
holds up to a 10 mm × 130 mm sorbent tube), Lapel Clip and 3-foot sample
tube specifically for this purpose.
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Sorbent Tube Holders (sampling media not included)
Cleaning the Sorbent Tube Holders
The sorbent tube holders should be cleaned prior to each use. In most
cases, simply cleaning the tube cover will be all that is needed. Inspect
the inlet and the inside of the sorbent tube cover, as well as the single
and multiple sorbent tube holders and tubing to look for damage or
clogging regularly and clean it if necessary.
1.
Unscrew the tube cover from the bottom of the sorbent tube holder
and pull the tube cover off.
2.
Hold the open end of the tube cover down and tap it on a hard
surface to dislodge particles. Repeat with the inlet end of the tube
cover.
Note: If dirt is visible inside either the tube cover, tube inlet or the
sorbent tube holder, it may be necessary to blow compressed air
into these parts and/or to clean them with soap and water. Use
only soap and water, do not use any chemicals that might leave
behind a residue that would contaminate your sorbent tubes.
Make certain that these parts are perfectly dry before using
them.
3.
Re-assemble the sorbent tube holder. The sorbent tube holder
cleaning procedure is now completed.
Using and Maintaining the Respirable Cyclone Kit
The 10-mm Nylon Dorr-Oliver Cyclone Kit is used to discriminate between
the respirable fraction and other portions of the ambient aerosol. It is ideal
for breathing zone sampling because it can be attached to a worker’s
clothing near his or her head. TSI offers as an optional accessory Cyclone
Kit that includes: a 10-mm Dorr-Oliver Cyclone, Cyclone/Filter Cassette
Clip, U-Tube, Lapel Clip and 3-foot sample tube specifically for this
purpose.
Maintenance
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Respirable Cyclone Kit (sampling media not included)
Four micrometers (4 µm) is the OSHA standard and is internationally
accepted as the 50 percent cut-off size for respirable aerosols. Particles
larger than 4 µm impact onto the surfaces of the upper respiratory tract and
cannot reach the lungs. The Dorr-Oliver Cyclone provided is designed to
provide a cut-off at 4 µm. This is specified as a 50 percent cut-off at 4 µm.
The cyclone works by forcing the particle-laden air sample to swirl inside
the cyclone body. Larger (higher mass) particles cannot follow the air stream
and become trapped, while smaller particles stay in the air stream and pass
through. When using the cyclone, you can assume that all particles smaller
than the cut-off size pass through and all larger particles become trapped,
falling out of the air stream and are deposited in the grit pot at the bottom of
the cyclone.
The cut-off size for any make of cyclone is dependent upon flow rate.
!
Caution
It is very important that the sample flow rate through the
Dorr-Oliver Cyclone be set at 1.7 liters per minute
(L/min). If some other flow rate is set, the cut-off size will
be unknown.
As the air stream leaves the cyclone it enters the 37-mm filter cassette,
where it is deposited on the filter media. The air stream less the aerosol
continues through the sample tube to the pump.
1.
Attach the cyclone/filter cassette assembly to the same sample tube and
then attach the end of the sample tube onto the inlet of the SIDEPAK™
SP330 or SP350.
2.
Adjust the flow rate of the SIDEPAK™ SP330 or SP350 to 1.7 L/min.
See the Operation chapter for instructions on how to set the flow rate.
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The SIDEPAK™ SP330 or SP350 and cyclone/filter cassette assembly are
now ready to use. Attach the cyclone to the individual test subject’s clothing
using the U-tube and clip provided with the cyclone.
Cleaning the Cyclone
The 10-mm Nylon Dorr-Oliver Cyclone should be cleaned prior to each
use. In most cases, simply cleaning the grit pot will be all that is needed.
Inspect the inside of the cyclone body regularly and clean it if
necessary.
1.
Unscrew the grit pot from the bottom of the cyclone and pull the
cap off.
2.
Hold the open end of the grit pot down and tap it on a hard surface
to dislodge particles. Repeat with the cyclone body.
Note: If dirt is visible inside either the grit pot or the cyclone body, it
may be necessary to blow compressed air into the cyclone parts
and/or to clean them with soap and water. A mild solvent like
isopropanol may also be used. Make certain that the cyclone is
perfectly dry before using it.
3.
Re-assemble the cyclone. The cyclone cleaning procedure is now
completed.
Exploded View of 10 mm Nylon Dorr-Oliver Cyclone
Maintenance
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Pump Service Kit for the SIDEPAK™ SP330/SP350
The SIDEPAK™ SP330 and SP350 have an inlet filter and Dust Plugs that are
designed to protect the pump components from contamination. TSI replaces
these when the unit is returned for factory-authorized servicing
(recommended every 12 months). When used in exceptionally dirty
environments, it may be necessary to replace these parts, or if they become
damaged. In that event, these parts may be replaced in the field by a
competent person using the Pump Service Kit (part no. 801725). The pump
service kit includes: a new sample inlet; (3) inlet filters; (4-Sets) of Dust
Plugs; and (2-Sets) of Battery Screws.
Pump Service Kit (801725)
Changing the Inlet Filter
The internal filter keeps the pump and the flowmeter (SP530 and SP730
only) free from particles. If the inlet filter loads up, the performance of
the pump and flowmeter (SP530 and SP730 only) will deteriorate.
Visually inspect the condition of the inlet filter prior to each use. If the
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filter looks dirty and/or discolored, you will need to replace the internal
filter. Unscrew the two flathead screws on the inlet using a screwdriver.
Remove the filter and replace it with a new filter that comes with the
pump service kit (801725).
Make sure the filter sits properly in the groove of the inlet. Attach the
inlet to the pump case securely by tightening the two screws. If it is
difficult to tighten the screws, the filter may not be seated properly on
the inlet. Place the filter properly and try again.
Maintenance
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Chapter 5
Troubleshooting
TSI recommends that you return your SIDEPAK™ Model SP330 and SP350
Personal Sampling Pumps to the factory for annual service. Regular factoryauthorized cleaning and testing helps ensure that your instrument is working
properly, has the latest updates, and will provide reliable performance.
If you are having a problem with your SIDEPAK™ SP330 or SP350, use the
information below in the Troubleshooting matrix to try and resolve it in the
field. If necessary, contact TSI Incorporated or a local TSI distributor to
arrange for service.
Contact information:
TSI Incorporated
500 Cardigan Road
Shoreview, MN 55126
USA
Tel:
651-490-2811 or 1-800-874-2811
Website: www.tsi.com
E-mail:
answers@tsi.com
The following table lists the symptoms, possible causes, and recommended
solutions for common problems encountered with the SIDEPAK™ SP330 and
SP350 Personal Sampling Pumps.
Symptom
Nothing visible on
display.
Possible Cause
Unit not switched on.
Corrective Action
Switch unit on.
Low or dead batteries.
Replace the batteries or
plug in the AC adapter.
Batteries installed
backwards.
Observe polarity
indication on battery
holder diagram.
Dirty battery contacts.
Clean the battery
contacts.
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Symptom
No keypad response.
Display shows
KEYPAD LOCK.
Possible Cause
Keypad is locked out.
FLOW BLOCKED
message is displayed.
Inlet flow is blocked.
Inlet filter is plugged.
Unable to attain
desired flow
Cannot achieve low
enough flow using Low
Flow Adapter
High pressure drop
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Replace internal filter.
See “Pump Service Kit”
section, in Chapter 4, for
more information. Or
return to factory for
servicing.
Check for flow blockage
or pinched
tubes/obstructions
Leaks
Check for leaks in tubes,
media holders, etc.
Out of flow range
Flow rate exceeds
instrument capability
Reduce pump flow rate
Flow rate set too high
for gas sampling
Low Flow Adapter
clogged or damaged
BATTERY LOW
message is displayed.
Corrective Action
To toggle between an
unlocked and locked
keypad (tamper
prevention), press and
hold the ▲ key and press
↵. When the keypad is
locked, the display shows
KEYPAD LOCK.
Remove obstructions.
Check for pinched sample
tube. Check for correct
installation of sample
inlet.
Low battery charge.
Check Low Flow Adapter
for clogging, if damaged
replace with new Low
Flow Adapter P/N 801699
Recharge batteries
(NiMH); replace batteries
(AA alkaline); or use AC
adapter.
Chapter 5
Symptom
Battery not charging
Instrument not getting
power
Possible Cause
Instrument not
plugged into power
supply
Corrective Action
Check power supply
Power supply not
plugged into to outlet
Check outlet
Incorrect battery type
(AA-size Pack) used
Change battery pack to
NiMH
Incorrect Power
Supply used
Check power supply type
and use only SIDEPAK™
Power Supply
P/N 2613210
Adjust battery pack
Battery not seated
properly
Battery leads
damaged
CHARGING OFF
message is displayed.
Power-up Keypad
Lockup
Troubleshooting
Instrument has
detected either a
alkaline battery pack,
a damaged NiMH
battery pack or no
battery pack.
Pushing keys during
power-up.
Check battery leads for
damage and clean if
needed
Install NiMH battery pack,
for proper charging.
Wait until power-up is
complete.
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Appendix A
Specifications
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Flow Range
Constant Flow: ................. 500 to 3,000 cc/mm (SP330)
500 to 4,000 cc/min (SP350)
Constant Pressure
(requires Low Flow
Adapter) ........................... 20 to 800 cc/min
Flow Control .................. Back EMF ±5% of constant flow setpoint
Flow vs. Max. Vacuum
Pressure ........................... Model SP330
1,000 cc/min @ 54 in. H2O
1,500 cc/min @ 40 in. H2O
2,000 cc/min @ 28 in. H2O
2,500 cc/min @ 19 in. H2O
3,000 cc/min @ 11 in. H2O
3,500 cc/min @ 0 in. H2O
Model SP350
1,000 cc/min @ 28 in. H2O
1,500 cc/min @ 26 in. H2O
2,000 cc/min @ 25 in. H2O
2,500 cc/min @ 24 in. H2O
3,000 cc/min @ 21 in. H2O
3,500 cc/min @ 14 in. H2O
4,000 cc/min @ 9 in. H2O
4,500 cc/min @ 0 in. H2O
Flow Fault ....................... See page 28 of this User Guide for
information.
Flow Indicator LCD ........ Adjust Flow Menu Screen, range 0.0 to
99.9
Inlet Pulsation Ratio ...... 8% @ 2.0 L/min w/GF filter (SP330)
9% @ 2.0 L/min w/GF filter (SP350)
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User Adjustable Values . Sample Run Time
Flow Setpoint
Delayed Start
Key Pad Lock
Recorded Values ............ Total Sample Time
Temperature Range
Operating Range .............. 0 to 45°C (32 to 112°F)
Storage Range ................. –20 to 60°C (–4 to 140°F)
Physical
External Dimensions ........ 106 mm × 92 mm × 70 mm (4.2 in. × 3.7
in. × 2.8 in.) with 801724 or 801729
battery
130 mm × 92 mm × 70 mm (5.1 in. × 3.7
in. × 2.8 in.) with 801708, 801722,
801728, 801735, or 801736 battery
Weight .............................. 0.46 kg (16 oz) with 801724 or 801729
battery
0.54 kg (19 oz) with 801708, 801722,
801728, 801735, or 801736 battery
Display.............................. 2 line x 12 character LCD
Tripod Socket ................... ¼-20 female thread
Power Supply (P/N 2613210)
Input Voltage Range ........ 100 to 240 VAC, 50 to 60 Hz
Output Voltage ................. 9 VDC @ 1.6 A
Approvals
Intrinsic Safety
Rating Information ............ TSI Battery Pack P/Ns 801722, 801724,
801728, or 801729
INTRINSICALLY SAFE CSA
Exia
T2A with 801724 or 801729
T2C with 801722 or 801728
Class I Groups A, B, C, D; Class II
Groups E, F, G; Class III
File: 200507
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Appendix A
0344
Immunity EN61326-1:1997 + A11998 Clause 6
Emissions EN61326:1997 + Amendment A1:1998
!
Caution
All Dust Plugs and gaskets must be installed on the
SIDEPAK™ SP330 or SP350, in addition to using the
above battery packs to achieve Intrinsic Safety Rating.
Battery Information
Charge
Time1
Intrinsically
Safe
CSA Rating
1600 mAH NiMH
Pack (P/N 801723)
1650 mAH NiMH
Pack (P/N 801724
or 801729)
3.0
hours
3.5
hours
No
N/A
CSA2
2700 mAH NiMH
Pack (P/N 801722
or 801728)
5.5
hours
CSA2
2700 mAH NiMH
Pack (P/N 801735)
6-Cell AA-size Pack
(P/N 801708 or
801736)
5.5
hours
N/A
No
Exia T2A/
Class I Groups A, B, C, D
Class II Groups E, F, G
Class III
Exia T2C/
Class I Groups A, B, C, D
Class II Groups E, F, G
Class III
N/A
No
N/A
Battery Option
1
2
Of a full depleted battery
All dust plugs and dust gaskets must be installed
Battery Level Indicator
The Smart Battery Management System™ technology utilizes a builtin “gas gauge” in the SIDEPAK™ battery packs. The gas gauge
monitors battery capacity and calculates run time information by
dividing capacity of the battery (mAH) by the instantaneous current
consumed by the instrument (mA). This calculation is correct for
current operating conditions and can change due to current (mA)
consumption or changes in battery capacity.
Specifications
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SP330 Battery Life Performance (estimated hours)
Battery
Option
1600 mAH
1650 mAH
2700 mAH
AA-size
battery Pack*
Back Pressure
(in. H2O)
5
10
15
5
10
15
5
10
15
5
10
15
Flow Rate cc/min
(Constant Flow Mode)
1,000
2,000 2,500 3,000
12.5
11.5
11
10.5
10.5
9
8.5
NA
9.5
8.5
7.5
NA
13
12
11.5
11
11
9.5
9
NA
10
9
8
NA
23
20.5
18
17.5
17.5
16.5
15
NA
14.5
13
12.5
NA
35
31
28.5
27
25.5
24
21.5
NA
23.5
21.5
20.5
NA
*Using Energizer® AA-size, E91 alkaline batteries.
SP350 Battery Life Performance (estimated hours)
Battery
Option
1650 mAH
2700 mAH
*AA-size
battery Pack
Back Pressure
(in. H2O)
5
10
15
5
10
15
5
10
15
Flow Rate cc/min
(Constant Flow Mode)
1,000
2,000 3,000 4,000
11
9.5
9
8
8.5
8
7
NA
7.5
6.5
5
NA
18
16.5
14
13
13.5
12.5
11
NA
11
10
6
NA
31.5
22.5
20
17.5
19.5
19
17
NA
18
14.5
13
*Using Energizer AA-size, E91 alkaline batteries
®
Energizer is a registered trademark of Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
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Appendix A
Typical Collection Media Back Pressures
Back Pressure (in. H2O)
Typical Collection Media
13 mm GF
13 mm PTFE, 1.0 µ
25 mm GF
25 mm PVC, 0.5 µ
25 mm MCE, 0.8 µ
37 mm GF
37 mm Cellulose
37 mm Quartz
37 mm PVC, 0.5 µ
37 mm PTFE, 2.0 µ
37 mm MCE, 0.8 µ
37 mm MCE, 0.45 µ
Flow Rate cc/min
(Constant Flow Mode)
1,000
2,000
3,000
4,000
8.25
17.25
27.2
37.3
7.0
16.0
30.0
40.0
1.75
3.75
5.25
9.2
1.0
2.25
5.75
8.0
1.0
2.75
5.0
7.5
1.6
3.2
4.75
6.5
2.0
4.3
6.75
9.25
1.5
2.75
4.0
5.5
0.6
1.4
2.25
3.0
1.0
2.0
3.5
4.75
2.0
4.25
7.0
10.5
3.0
6.0
9.0
12.5
Maintenance
Factory clean and test...... Recommended annually
User flow calibration......... Before and after each use
Specifications
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Appendix A
Appendix B
CSA Certificate of Compliance
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Appendix B
CSA Certificate of Compliance
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Appendix B
Appendix C
SP330/350 Quick Reference Guide
(See next page.)
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Appendix D
TSI Incorporated – 500 Cardigan Road, Shoreview, MN 55126 U.S.A
USA
Tel: +1 800 874 2811 E-mail: info@tsi.com
Website: www.tsi.com
UK
Tel: +44 149 4 459200 E-mail: tsiuk@tsi.com
Website: www.tsiinc.co.uk
France
Tel: +33 491 11 87 64 E-mail: tsifrance@tsi.com Website: www.tsiinc.fr
Germany Tel: +49 241 523030 E-mail: tsigmbh@tsi.com Website: www.tsiinc.de
India
Tel: +91 80 41132470 E-mail: tsi-india@tsi.com
China
Tel: +86 10 8260 1595 E-mail: tsibeijing@tsi.com
Singapore Tel: +65 6595 6388
E-mail: tsi-singapore@tsi.com
Contact your local TSI Distributor or visit our website www.tsi.com for more detailed specifications.
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