CD SerieS Duct Mounted Environmental CO Sensors inStallation GUiDe

CD SerieS Duct Mounted Environmental CO Sensors inStallation GUiDe
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environmental Sensors
CD Series
INSTALLATION GUIDE
CD Series
Duct Mounted Environmental CO2 Sensors
Installer’s Specifications
CDE
CDL
NOTICE
• This product is not intended for life or safety applications.
• Do not install this product in hazardous or classified locations.
• Read and understand the instructions before installing
this product.
• Turn off all power supplying equipment before working on it.
• The installer is responsible for conformance to all applicable codes.
Product Identification
DELUXE MODEL:
RH Option Temp Sensor Type
CDL
Optional Cal Cert.
S
H = RH2%
X = NO RH
ECONOMY MODEL:
CDE (no options)
T = Temp
A = Transmitter
Blank = None
X = No Temp B = 100R Platinum, RTD
1 = 1 pt Temp Cert
(Stop Here) C = 1k Platinum, RTD
2 = 2 pt Temp Cert
D = 10k T2, RTD, Thermistor
E = 2.2k, Thermistor
F = 3k, Thermistor
G = 10k CPC, Thermistor
H = 10k T3, Thermistor
J = 10k Dale, Thermistor
K = 10k w/11k shunt, Thermistor
M = 20k NTC, Thermistor
N = 1800 ohm, Thermistor
R = 10k US, Thermistor
S = 10k 3A221, Thermistor
T = 100k, Thermistor
U = 20k “D”, Thermistor
Note: Specified accuracy with 24VDC supplied power with rising humidity. RTD/Thermistors in wall
packages are not compensated for internal heating of product.
EMC Conformance: EN 61000-6-3:2001 (Amended by A11:2004) Class B, EN 61000-6-1:2001
EMC Test Methods: CISPR 22:2006, IEC 61000-4-2:2001, IEC 61000-4-3:2006, IEC 61000-4-4:2004,
IEC 61000-4-6:2006, IEC 61000-4-8:2001, IEC 61000-4-11:2004
EMC Special Note: Connect this product to a DC distribution network or an AC/DC power adaptor
with proper Surge protection (EN 61000-6-1:2001 specification requirements).
* Measured at NTP
quick install
1. Mark and drill the three holes for the duct probe as shown. The centerline must be
parallel to the air flow through the duct.
2. Rotate the duct probe so that its widest surface is perpendicular to the air flow in
the duct.
Dimensions
6.7"
(170 mm)
10.2"
(258 mm)
3.1"
(78 mm)
2.4"
(61 mm)
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Input Voltage
20 to 30VDC, 24AC
Analog Output
4-20mA, (clipped & capped)/0-10VDC (selectable)- CDE models
4-20mA, (clipped & capped)/0-5VDC/0-10VDC (selectable)- CDL models
Sensor Current Draw
100mA Maximum
Operating Temperature Range
0° to 50°C (32° to 122°F)
Housing Material
High impact ABS plastic
CO2 Transmitter:
Sensor Type
Non-dispersive infrared (NDIR), diffusion sampling
Measurement Range
0-2000 ppm or 0-5000 ppm, user selectable on CDL models,
0-2000 ppm on CDE models
Accuracy
±30 ppm ±2% of measured value*
Repeatability
±20 ppm ±1% of measured value
Response Time
<60 seconds for 90% step change
RH Transmitter:
HS Sensor Digitally profiled thin-film capacitive (32-bit mathematics); U.S. Patent 5,844,138
Accuracy
±2% from 10 to 80% RH @ 25°C; Multi-point calibration NIST
Hysteresis
1.5% typical
Linearity
Included in Accuracy spec.
Stability
±1% @ 20°C (68°F) annually, for two years
Operating Humidity Range
0 to 100% RH
Operating Temperature Range
10° to 35°C (50° to 95°F)
Temperature Coefficient
±0.1% RH/°C above or below 25°C (typical)
Temperature (Transmitter):
Sensor Type
Solid-state, integrated circuit
Accuracy
±0.5°C (±1°F) typical
Resolution
0.1°C (0.2°F)
Range
10° to 35°C (50° to 95°F)
Relay Contacts:
1 Form C
1A@30VDC, resistive; 30W max.
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3. Insert the probe and secure the sensor to the duct with sheet metal screws,
making sure that the provided gasket material is compressed between the sensor
housing and the air duct.
4. Wiring. See wiring diagrams on next page.
7.8"
(97 mm)
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Installation
WIRING
1. Choose a location to mount the sensor. The centerline of the housing must be
parallel to the direction of air flow in the duct.
1. Feed control wire through conduit adapter and grommeted compression fitting on
the bottom of the housing.
2. Use the mounting diagram to drill three holes in the duct for securing the sensor.
2. Remove terminal blocks by pulling straight up on the green assemblies.
6.7"
(175 mm)
3. Connect wires as shown and push terminal blocks back in to black receptacles.
2.2"
(56 mm)
1"
(26 mm)
typ
1" diameter
3.1"
(78 mm)
CL
0.4" x .0.2"
(typical)
0.3"
(6 mm)
typ
4. Tighten compression fitting around control wire until sealed.
5. Snap conduit adapter onto compression fitting.
6. Refer to specifications for power requirements and relay rating.
7. Select mA or Volt output using selector switch.
CDL Model - CO2 Only
5.7"
(144 mm)
3. Insert the probe into the hole. Rotate the housing so that the widest surface is
perpendicular to the air flow..
Configuration
Pushbuttons
PLUS
ENTER
mA
Volt
V+ CO2-OUT GND
MINUS
NC COMM NO
Air
Air
Flow
Rotate the duct probe
so the channeled side is
perpendicular to the
air flow of the duct
w
Flo
1/2” NPT MALE CONDUIT ADAPTER
1/2” NPT FEMALE COUPLER
CDL Model with Temp & RH Options
4. Attach the sensor to the duct using sheet metal screws. Make sure that the gasket
on the back of the housing is compressed between the housing and the duct for a
secure fit.
5. Wire the device. See Wiring section.
CONFIGURATION
PUSHBUTTONS
PLUS
ENTER
MINUS
6. Configure the system using the menu (CDL only; see Confuguration section).
V+
CO2 OUT
GND
RH OUT
TEMP OUT/RTD
NC COMM NO
RTD
mA
Volt
7. Calibrate using 0 ppm CO2 gas (see Calebration section).
CDE Duct Model
ON
mA
CALIBRATION
PUSHBUTTON
Volt
OFF
TEMA
ENTER
V+ CO2-OUT GND
LED
CONDUIT ADAPTER
1/2” NPT MALE/FEMALE
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configuration - CDL oNly
CONFIGURATION MODE:
*
P P M
C O 2
S E
C O
0 0
O .
0
O
P P M
% R H
CO2/RH COMBO MODEL
1
7
0 0
0 .
0
P
˚
0 0
X .
0
X
E A D
O 2
P P M
X X X
CO2/RH/T COMBO MODEL
TOGGLE %RH AND DEGREES
O
I N
8 0
T
0
R
C
A
O
N G
2
PUSH AND HOLD PLUS AND MINUS FOR 5 SECONDS
TO ENTER MODE. PRESS ARROW TO CHANGE OPTION.
PUSH ENTER FOR NEXT SELECTION.
S E R
X X X
X
X
X X
B A N D
1 0 0
E
X
X
F
C
X
B
C
X X
M O D E
X
+
O
%
I
T
º
S
X
F S
F F S
R H
X
E T
X
.
X
E
X
T
X
.
X
L
?
+
RANGE -10 TO 10%
0.1% INCREMENT
(CO2/RH combo models)
OPTIONS ARE ON, LOW, OFF
SEE NEXT PAGE FOR EXPLANATION
U N
–
X X
X X
RANGE IS -5 TO 5ºC
0.1ºC INCREMENT
(CO2/temp combo models)
OPTIONS ARE 2000 OR 5000
A
–
X
DISPLAYS MODEL NUMBER
O
º
X
I A L
X X X
DISPLAYS SERIAL NUMBER
RANGE 10 TO 500
5 PPM INCREMENT
F
CO2/T COMBO MODEL
1
X
D
C
P M
0
T P
2
RANGE 500 TO 1500
50PPM INCREMENT
CO2 ONLY MODEL
*INDICATES RELAY STATUS
1
5
CALIBRATION MODE:
PRESS [ENTER] FOR CONFIGURATION MODE.
PRESS PLUS OR MINUS TO CHANGE SETTING.
RUN MODE:
1 0 0 0
INSTALLATION GUIDE
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+
C
–
O
2
C A
X X X
OPTIONS ARE YES, NO
(TEMP MODELS ONLY)
OPTIONS ARE ºF or ºC
–
O U T
0 – 1
P
0
U T
V
+
(VOLTAGE MODE ONLY)
OPTIONS: 0-10V OR 0-5V
DEFAULT IS 0-10V
O U T
4 – 2
P U T
0 m A
(mA MODE ONLY)
C
–
A
L
G A S ?
X X X X +
OPTIONS ARE NONE, 0, 400
W
O
*
R K
I N G
5 : 0 0
Unit will automatically return to run mode
when calibration is complete.
NOTE: This product is factory calibrated. The typical CO2
sensor calibration interval is 5 years, dependent on specific
site installation factors. As of the date of this document,
compliance with ANSI/ASHRAE 62-2001 requires minimum
on-site accuracy verification intervals of 6 months, or per
the building operation and maintenance manual. Accuracy
verification should be performed using a comparison to a
known reference, or the CO2 gas calibration kit available from
Veris Industries as model AA01.
WARNING: CO2 sensor calibration requires gas calibration
kit. Performing calibration without gas kit will cause
erroneous readings. Consult factory for calibration kit.
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CALIBRATION PROCESS: CDL mODELS
CALIBRATION PROCESS: CDe mODELS
1. Hook up hose to plastic port located on sensing module.
1. Hook up hose to plastic port located on sensing module.
2. Start flowing nitrogen gas (0 ppm only).
2. Start flowing (Nitrogen) 0 ppm Gas (0 ppm only).
3. Enter Calibration mode as described on page 3.
3. Push and hold down calibration button until the LED illuminates.
STEP 1: Calibration Port
4. Continue flowing gas through the sensor until the LED is off - estimated calibration
time is 5 minutes.
STEP 1: Calibration Port
Connect hose here
Connect hose here
STEP 2: Flow Nitrogen.
Regulator
Valve
STEP 2: Flow Nitrogen
Regulator
Valve
NITROGEN
GAS
NITROGEN
GAS
STEP 3: Calibrate 5 min.
STEP 3: Calibrate for 5 min. Unit will return to working display when
finished.
Push and hold down calibration button
Green LED
ABC CALIBRATION ALGORITHM
ABC (Automatic Baseline Calibration) is a patented self-calibration feature, which automatically adjusts the CO2 sensor to compensate for drift. When ABC is enabled, the
lowest reading within every 24-hour period is recorded and analyzed over a running 7 day or 28-day period. If a statistically significant amount of drift is detected, an
automatic correction factor is applied. This enables the sensor to operate within specifications for the 5-year calibration interval.
NOTE: After changing the ABC settings, the unit will need to be power cycled to have ABC changes take effect.
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cdl model only
OUTPUT SCALING
CDL versions have optional RH and temperature sensors.
Output scaling: 0-2000 ppm
To Replace Humidity Sensor:
CO2 ppm
Observe handling precautions for static sensitive
devices to avoid damage to the circuitry which
would not be covered under the factory warranty.
1. Power down unit
2. Open housing on tip of duct probe
3. Slide old RH sensor off pins
4. Slide new RH sensor onto pins
5. Power unit back on
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Lift to open
tip of probe
Outside
Over Ventilated
Ideal Ventilation
Under Ventilated
300-500
Under 600
600-900
Over 900
0-5 Volt Output
0.75 to 1.25
under 1.5
1.5 to 2.25
over 2.25
0-10 Volt
Output
1.5 to 2.5
Under 3
3 to 4.5
Over 4.5
mA
Output
6.4 to 8
Under 8.8
8.8 to 11.2
Over 11.2
Pins
HS Sensor
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CW Series
INSTALLATION GUIDE
CW Series
Wall Mounted Environmental CO2 Sensors
Installer’s Specifications
CWE
CWL
NOTICE
• This product is not intended for life or safety applications.
• Do not install this product in hazardous or classified locations.
• Read and understand the instructions before installing
this product.
• Turn off all power supplying equipment before working on it.
• The installer is responsible for conformance to all applicable codes.
Product Identification
WALL ECONOMY MODELS:
CWE
S
Sensor Type
B = 100R Platinum, RTD
C = 1k Platinum, RTD
D = 10k T2, Therm.
E = 2.2k, Therm.
F = 3k, Therm.
G = 10k CPC, Therm.
H = 10k T3, Therm.
J = 10k Dale, Therm.
K = 10k w/11k shunt, Therm.
M = 20k NTC, Therm.
N = 1800 ohm, Therm.
R = 10k US, Therm.
S = 10k 3A221, Therm.
T = 100k, Therm.
U = 20k “D”, Therm.
WALL DELUXE MODELS:
RH Option Temp Sensor Type
CWL
S
H = RH 2%
X = No RH
T = Temp
X = No
(stop here)
A = Transmitter
B = 100R Platinum, RTD
C = 1k Platinum, RTD
D = 10k T2, Therm.
E = 2.2k, Therm.
F = 3k, Therm.
G = 10k CPC, Therm.
H = 10k T3, Therm.
J = 10k Dale, Therm.
K = 10k w/11k shunt, Therm.
M = 20k NTC, Therm.
N = 1800 ohm, Therm.
R = 10k US, Therm.
S = 10k 3A221, Therm.
T = 100k, Therm.
U = 20k “D”, Therm.
Options Available
Temp Cal Cert
X = No
1 = 1pt Temp Cal
2 = 2pt Temp Cal
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Option Setpoint Slider Value
1 = Push Button
Override *
2 = Set Point Slider
3 = Push Button
Override*+Set Point
Slider
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–
A = 1k
F = 10k
G = 20k
K = 50k
M =100k
Input Voltage
20 to 30VDC, 24VAC
Analog Output
CWE: 4-20mA, 0-10VDC (selectable);
CWL: 4-20mA (clipped and capped)/0-5VDC/0-10VDC (selectable)
Sensor Current Draw
100mA max.
Operating Temperature Range
0° to 50°C (32° to 122°F)
Housing Material
High impact ABS plastic
CO2 Transmitter:
Sensor Type
Non-dispersive infrared (NDIR), diffusion sampling
Measurement Range
CWL: 0-2000 ppm or 0-5000 ppm, user selectable;
CWE: 0-2000 ppm
Accuracy
±30 ppm ±2% of measured value*
Repeatability
±20 ppm ±1% of measured value
Response Time
<60 seconds for 90% step change
RH Transmitter:
HS Sensor
Digitally profiled thin-film capacitive (32-bit mathematics);
U.S. Patent 5,844,138
Accuracy
±2% from 10 to 80% RH @ 25°C; Multi-point calibration NIST
Hysteresis
1.5% typical
Linearity
Included in Accuracy spec.
Stability
±1% @ 20°C (68°F) annually for two years
Operating Humidity Range
0 to 100% RH, noncondensing
Operating Temperature Range
10° to 35°C (50° to 95°F)
Temperature Coefficient
±0.1% RH/°C above or below 25°C (typical)
Temperature (Transmitter):
Sensor Type
Solid-state, integrated circuit
Accuracy
±0.5°C (±1°F) typical
Resolution
0.1°C (0.2°F)
Range
10° to 35°C (50° to 95°F)
Relay Contacts:
1 Form C (on models without setpoint slider option)
1A@30VDC, resistive; 30W max.
Note: Specified accuracy with 24VDC supplied power with rising humidity. RTD/Thermistors in wall
packages are not compensated for internal heating of product.
EMC Conformance: EN 61000-6-3:2001 Class B, EN 61000-6-1:2001, EN 61000-3-2:2000, EN
61000-3-3:2001
EMC Test Methods: CISPR 22:1997(Amended A9:2000, A2:2002), IEC 61000-4-2:2001, IEC 61000-43:2002, IEC 61000-4-4:2004, IEC 61000-4-5:2001, IEC 61000-4-6:2004, IEC 61000-4-8:2001, IEC
61000-4-11:2004.
EMC Special Note: Connect this product to a DC distribution network or an AC/DC power adaptor
with proper SURGE PROTECTION (EN 61000-6-1:2001 specification requirements)
* Measured at NTP
Quick Install
1. Select a mounting location away from ventilation sources. The sensor should be
mounted on a vertical wall, about 4 1/2 feet above the floor.
2. Affix the backplate to the wall.
3. Wire the device. Refer to wiring diagrams on page 2.
4. Install Cover.
* Note: the Pushbutton
Override feature is not
available with temperature
transmitter models. Only
resistive temperature models
qualify for this feature.
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Dimensions
6. Wire the backplate.
CO2, RH, Temperature Transmitter Options
4.8"
(122 mm)
+ POWER SUPPLY
-
20-30VDC, 24VAC
CONTROL SYSTEM
- COMMON
3.5"
(89 mm)
CO2 INPUT
RH INPUT
TEMP INPUT
RELAY N.O.
COMMON
RELAY N.C.
RELAY N.O.
COMMON
RELAY N.C.
1. Remove the cover by pressing the tab at the top of the sensor while pulling
outward from the top of the cover.
RH OUTPUT
TEMP OUTPUT
installation
PWR
CO2 OUTPUT
COMMON
1.2"
(30 mm)
Note: Connector blocks and headers for
optional features are not included with
non-option models.
CO2, RH, Thermistor/RTD, Pushbutton Override, and Setpoint Slider Options
+ POWER SUPPLY
-
2. Remove the backplate by unfastening the sensor from the bottom of the backplate
and pivoting the sensor outward.
20-30VDC, 24VAC
CONTROL SYSTEM
- COMMON
3. Punch out openings in the backplate.
All optional
connector blocks
are shown here
for clarity.
THERMISTOR/OVERRIDE INPUT
SETPOINT SLIDER INPUT
SLIDER RIGHT
SLIDER WIPER
SLIDER LEFT
PWR
CO2 OUTPUT
COMMON
RH OUTPUT
RTD/THERMISTOR/OVERRIDE
RTD/THERMISTOR/OVERRIDE
CO2 INPUT
RH INPUT
Observe handling precautions for static sensitive
devices to avoid damage to the circuitry which
would not be covered under the factory warranty.
Note: Relay contacts not available
in this configuration.
Note: Connector blocks and headers for
optional features are not included with
non-option models.
CO2, Economy Model
+ POWER SUPPLY
4. Position the sensor vertically on the wall, 4 1/2 feet above the floor.
-
20-30VDC, 24VAC
CONTROL SYSTEM
- COMMON
CO2 INPUT
incorrect
Five screwholes available; use a
minimum of two for secure mounting.
PWR
CO2 OUTPUT
COMMON
5. Mount the backplate onto the wall using the screws provided.
RTD/THERMISTOR/OVERRIDE
RTD/THERMISTOR/OVERRIDE
correct
THERMISTOR/OVERRIDE INPUT
All optional connector blocks are shown here for clarity.
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OUTPUT SCALING
7. Install the sensor onto the backplate.
CO2 - Carbon Dioxide Sensor
Output scaling: 0-2000ppm CO2 PPM
8. Use the switch to select voltage or current output. For CWL model, see
Configuration section on page 4.
0-5 VOLT
OUTPUT
0-10 VOLT
OUTPUT
mA
OUTPUT
Outside
300-500
0.75 to 1.25
1.5 to 2.5
6.4 to 8
Over Ventilated
Under 600
under 1.5
Under 3
Under 8.8
Ideal Ventilation
600-900
1.5 to 2.25
3 to 4.5
8.8 to 11.2
Under Ventilated
Over 900
over 2.25
Over 4.5
Over 11.2
RH - Relative Humidity Sensor
Output scaling: 0-100%
VOLT
AMP
T - Temperature Transmitter
Output scaling: 10° to 35°C (50° to 95°F)
To determine temperature from output reading:
9. When installation is complete, install the cover and snap into place.
1) Compute Total Span from Temperature Range:
Maximum range - Minimum range = Total span
ex. 10° to 35°C range » 35 - 10 = 25 Total span
2) Compute Output % of Span from Reading:
(Reading - Minimum Output) / (Maximum output - Minimum output
ex. 11.10mA reading on 4-20mA output: (11.10-4)/(20-4)=7.10/16=0.444=44.4%
ex. 4.44v reading on 0-10v output: (4.44-0)/(10-0)=4.44/10=0.444=44.4%
ABC CALIBRATION ALGORITHM
ABC (Automatic Baseline Calibration) is a patented self-calibration feature, which
automatically adjusts the CO2 sensor to compensate for drift. When ABC is enabled,
the lowest reading within every 24-hour period is recorded and analyzed over
a running 7-day or 28-day period. If a statistically significant amount of drift is
detected, an automatic correction factor is applied. This enables the sensor to operate
within specifications for the 5-year calibration interval.
ON POSITION. Recommended Setting. Use the ON setting for applications where the
building is unoccupied within a 24-hour timeframe. This setting runs the ABC for a
7-day average.
3) Compute Temperature:
(Total span x Output % of Span) + Minimum range
ex. 44.4% Output, Total Span = 45, range = 50/95: (0.444 x 45) + 50 = 20 + 50 =
70˚
Example outputs for selected temperatures:
Temp
4-20mA
0-10v
0-5v
65
9.33mA
3.33v
1.67v
70
11.10mA
4.44v
2.22v
75
12.89mA
5.56v
2.78v
LOW POSITION. Use the LOW setting for buildings occupied 24 hours a day. This
setting extends the ABC to a 28-day average.
OFF POSITION. Not Recommended.
Refer to Calibration Mode procedures on previous page to set desired ABC mode for CWL
models.
ABC Settings (CWE only)
ON
LOW
OFF
ON
ON
ON
LOW
LOW
LOW
OFF
OFF
OFF
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configuration - CWL oNly
CONFIGURATION MODE:
CALIBRATION MODE:
PRESS [ENTER] FOR CONFIGURATION MODE.
PRESS PLUS OR MINUS TO CHANGE SETTING.
PUSH AND HOLD PLUS AND MINUS FOR 5 SECONDS
TO ENTER MODE. PRESS ARROW TO CHANGE OPTION.
PUSH ENTER FOR NEXT SELECTION.
RUN MODE:
1 0 0 0
*
P P M
C O 2
CO2 ONLY MODEL
*INDICATES RELAY STATUS
1
5
0 0
O .
0
O
P P M
% R H
CO2/RH COMBO MODEL
1
7
0 0
0 .
0
P
S E
C O
T P
2
˚
I N
8 0
T
0
RANGE 500 TO 1500
50PPM INCREMENT
D
C
E A D
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RANGE IS -5 TO 5°C, 0.1°C INCREMENT
(CO2/temp combo models)
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OPTIONS: 0-10V OR 0-5V
DEFAULT IS 0-10V
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(TEMP MODELS ONLY)
OPTIONS ARE °F or °C
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DISPLAYS MODEL NUMBER
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OPTIONS ARE ON, LOW, OFF
SEE NEXT PAGE FOR EXPLANATION
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OPTIONS ARE 2000 OR 5000
CO2/RH/T COMBO MODEL
TOGGLE %RH AND DEGREES
NOTE: This product is factory calibrated. The typical CO2
sensor calibration interval is 5 years, dependent on specific site
installation factors. As of the date of this document, compliance
with ANSI/ASHRAE 62-2001 requires minimum on-site accuracy
verification intervals of 6 months, or per the building operation
and maintenance manual. Accuracy verification should be
performed using a comparison to a known reference, or the
CO2 gas calibration kit available from Veris Industries as model
AA01.
WARNING: CO2 sensor calibration requires gas calibration kit.
Performing calibration without gas kit will cause erroneous
readings. Consult factory for calibration kit.
X
X X
B A N D
1 0 0
CO2/T COMBO MODEL
1
X
X
I A L
X X X
DISPLAYS SERIAL NUMBER
RANGE 10 TO 500
5 PPM INCREMENT
F
S E R
X X X
C
–
A
L
G A S ?
X X X X +
OPTIONS ARE NONE, 0, 400
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I N G
5 : 0 0
Unit will automatically return to run mode
when calibration is complete.
P U T
0 m A
(mA MODE ONLY)
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™
INSTALLATION GUIDE
CW Series
CALIBRATION PROCESS: CWL mODELS
CALIBRATION PROCESS: CWE mODELS
1. Remove cover and connect gas
hose to calibration port.
1. Remove cover and connect gas
hose to calibration port.
800 PPM
70.0 ˚F
Connect hose
here
LED
indicator
Connect
hose here
2. Enter Calibration Mode menu per directions on page 3. Choose 0 ppm calibration
gas option.
2. Flow Nitrogen
Regulator
Valve
3. Flow Nitrogen
Regulator
Valve
NITROGEN
GAS
NITROGEN
GAS
3. Press and hold down the ENTER button until the green LED illuminates.
4. Calibrate for 5 minutes. Unit will return to run mode when calibration is complete.
LED indicator
800 PPM
70.0 ˚F
Connect hose here
ENTER
button
4. Continue flowing gas until the LED goes off.
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Indoor Air Quality Meter
1010
Rev. 2.x Meters
The Value Leader
www.tpi-thevalueleader.com
TM
Contents
1.
Introduction
2.
General Overview
3.
3.1
3.2
3.3
Familiarization
Front View
Soft Keys
Back View
4.
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
Operation
Turning On & Off / Performing a Test / Main Display
Selecting Temperature Units
Ambient / Dew Point / Wet Bulb Temperature Display
Temperature / Clock Display Modes
Activating the Backlight
Setting Date and Time
Setting CO Alarm Level
5.
5.1
5.2
Calculating % Outside Air
% Outside Air (Temperature)
% Outside Air (Carbon Dioxide)
6.
Data Logging
7.
Retrieving Logged Data
8.
Technical Specifications
9.
9.1
9.2
Maintenance
Battery Replacement
Service
10.
Technical Information
1. Introduction
Thank you for purchasing TPI brand products. The TPI 1010 Indoor Air
Quality (IAQ) Meter is a state of the art, easy to use tester designed to
provide you with the necessary measurements to monitor and make
adjustments to air handling devices. The instrument is ruggedly constructed and comes with a 3 Year unit and 2 Year sensor Guarantee.
2. General Overview
The 1010 IAQ meter uses state of the art sensors to measure humidity,
carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide (CO2), and temperature. The
CO and CO2 sensors in your meter will need to be replaced periodically
and calibration is recommended once every year.
The CO sensor is electrochemical and this type of sensor is always
active once installed in the unit. Therefore the time the unit is off and
not being used must be taken into account when determining sensor
life. The sensors in your analyzer are warranted for two years. This
warranty does not cover sensors damaged through misuse of the
meter.
You should keep battery power applied to your sensors at all times.
The following guidelines will help prevent damage to your sensors:
Always store your unit in a place where the temperature does not get
down to or below freezing.
Always maintain battery power to the sensors. When the batteries get
low replace them as soon as possible.
Never allow foreign objects or material to enter the sensor holes, damage to the sensor may result.
Never over saturate your sensors by performing tests on equipment
with gas levels beyond the capability of you analyzer.
General Overview (Continued)
3. Familiarization
3.1 Front View
This manual will guide you through the functions of the TPI 1010
which will give you many years of reliable service.
CO2 Sensor
Location
Humidity &
Temperature
Sensor Location
Your TPI 1010 Indoor Air Quality meter comes complete with the
following standard accessories:
•
•
•
•
•
TPI 1010 Instrument
Protective Rubber Boot (A800)
Soft Carrying Case (A921)
USB Cable & Software (A803)
Instruction Manual
Your TPI 1010 Indoor Air Quality meter has the following optional
accessories available:
•
•
•
•
•
CO Sensor
Location
Display
Protective
Rubber Boot
Power adapter / Battery eliminator (A804)
Magnetic strap kit to hang meter (A127)
Boot hook to hang meter (A103)
Replacement Software only (A802)
Replacement USB cable only (A801)
Keypad
( ) Denotes part number
Power Adapter
USB Port
Sensor Locations:
Places where the CO, CO2, and Humidity sensors
are located and protected.
Display :
Large 4 Parameter Backlit LCD Display.
Protective Rubber Boot
Provides protection to meter housing and sensors.
Keypad
Selects all available functions
USB Port
Location for connection of USB cable for PC com
munication.
Power Adapter Socket
Location to connect power adapter.
3.2 Soft Keys
3.3 Back View
On / Off key - Used to turn the IAQ meter on or off. Press to turn on,
press and hold to turn off.
Up Arrow key - Used to select and change parameters. Also used to
cycle through dew point and wet bulb temperatures from the main
display.
Left Arrow key - Used to select and change parameters.
Hanger Hole
Right Arrow key - Used to select and change parameters.
Down Arrow key - Used to select and change parameters.
Enter key - Used to activate % outside air mode. Also used to accept
parameter changes.
Mode key - Used to activate and deactivate data logging mode. Press
and hold to activate or deactivate logging.
Tilt Stand
Backlight key - Used to turn the display backlight on and off.
T/C key - Used to switch the bottom display between temperature /
humidity and time display modes.
Battery Cover Screw
Unit key - Used switch the bottom temperature display between
Fahrenheit and Celsius modes.
Hanger Hole:
Use to hang instrument for hands free operation. Can
be used with A127 magnetic strap kit or A103 hook.
Tilt Stand:
Use to stand instrument on a table.
Batter Cover
Screw:
Loosen this screw and open cover to access batteries.
4. Operation
4.2 Selecting Temperature Units
Pressing the
4.1 Turning On & Off / Performing a Test / Main Display
Always: - Turn the 1010 on outside of the area to be tested. Make sure the
unit is in fresh air (no carbon monoxide present) prior to turning on. This will
allow the CO sensor to set to zero properly.
key switches the temperature display between °F and °C.
4.3 Ambient / Dew Point / Wet Bulb Temperature Display
Repeatedly pressing the
key from the main display cycles through dew
point temperature, wet bulb temperature, and ambient temperature displays.
Press the
key and the 1010 will begin a 30 second countdown. During
this time the 1010 performs a self diagnostic and sets the CO sensor to zero.
Once the countdown ends the 1010 will display CO2, CO, Temperature, and
Humidity.
Enter the area to be tested, the measured values will be displayed.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) in parts per million (ppm) is displayed at the top, carbon monoxide (CO) in parts per million (ppm) is displayed in the middle,
temperature in °F or °C (selectable), and humidity in percent are displayed at
the bottom of the main display.
Ambient Temperature
Dew Point Temperature
Indicated by “DP” in the
display
Wet Bulb Temperature
Indicated by “WB” in
the display
4.4 Temperature / Clock Display Modes
The battery indicator is located at the bottom left of the display. When the
batteries become low they must be replaced to maintain proper operation.
Carbon dioxide (CO2)
Carbon monoxide (CO)
Battery indicator
To turn the 1010 off, press and hold the
Temperature
Humidity
key down until the 1010 turns off.
If 30ppm or more CO is measured the 1010 will beep and the display will
flash red as a warning. This alarm point is adjustable. Additional functions
can be activated during testing. Please see next sections.
Pressing the
key from the main display cycles between temperature
and clock display. To set the clock please refer to section 4.6.
4.5 Activating the Backlight
Pressing the
key turns the display backlight on and off. Power
consumption is much higher when the backlight is activated. The backlight
will automatically turn off 30 seconds after it is activated. To conserve battery life the backlight should only be used when necessary.
4.6 Setting Date and Time
4.7 Setting CO Alarm Level
1) Starting with the 1010 turned off, press and hold down the
press and hold down the
key then
The 1010 is equipped with an audible and visual alarm for carbon monoxide. The
alarm level is factory set at 30ppm. When CO above this level is measured, the
1010 will beep and the display will flash red.
key until two beeps are heard and the time / date
The alarm level is adjustable and can be set from 10ppm to 500ppm.
screen is displayed.
1) With the 1010 turned on, press and hold down the
until the CO alarm screen is displayed.
and
keys
Year
Month / Day
CO alarm level in ppm
Hour / Minutes
(24 hour clock, HH:MM)
2) Using the Arrow keys, set the year. Once the year is set, press
3) Using the Arrow keys, set the month. Once the month is set, press
4) Using the Arrow keys, set the day. Once the day is set, press
5) Using the Arrow keys, set the hour. Once the hour is set press
6) Using the Arrow keys set the minutes. Once minutes is set, press
The 1010 will return to normal operation.
Using the Arrow keys set the alarm point to the desired level. The
keys increase or decrease the value.
keys select the digit and the
key to return to normal
Once the desired alarm point is set, press the
operation.
5.2 % Outside Air (Carbon Dioxide)
5. Calculating % Outside Air
HVAC systems use a combination of outside air, supply air, and return air to maintain
consistent and comfortable air quality. The 1010 can calculate outside air either by
measuring temperature or by measuring CO2.
The formula used to calculate % outside air is:
key about 2 seconds until “t-0” is
To activate % outside air mode, press the
displayed in the middle display area. Press and hold the
key until “C-0” is
displayed.
1) Place the sensor of the 1010 perpendicular to the “Return” air flow. When the
reading stabilizes press the
key and capture the return air temperature,
"C-1" is displayed.
Percent outside air can be calculated using either temperature or carbon dioxide.
2) Place the sensor of the 1010 perpendicular to the “Supply” air flow. When the
reading stabilizes press the
key and capture the supply air temperature,
"C-2" is displayed.
5.1 % Outside Air (Temperature)
3) Place the sensor of the 1010 perpendicular to the “Outside” air flow. When the
reading stabilizes press the
key and capture the outside air temperature,
"C-3" is displayed.
To activate % outside air mode, press the
displayed in the middle display area.
key about 2 seconds until “t-0” is
1) Place the sensor of the 1010 perpendicular to the “Return” air flow. When the
reading stabilizes press the
key and capture the return air temperature,
"t-1" is displayed.
2) Place the sensor of the 1010 perpendicular to the “Supply” air flow. When the
reading stabilizes press the
key and capture the supply air temperature,
"t-2" is displayed.
3) Place the sensor of the 1010 perpendicular to the “Outside” air flow. When the
reading stabilizes press the
key and capture the outside air temperature,
"t-3" is displayed.
4) Press the
key, "t =" will be displayed and the calculated percent outside
air will be displayed at the top of the display.
5) If you want to perform this measurement again, press the
return to step 1.
key once and
6) To exit and return to normal operation, press and hold the
key until “C-0”
is displayed. Press and hold the
key until a beep is heard and the 1010
returns to normal operation.
4) Press the
key, "C =" will be displayed and the calculated percent outside
air will be displayed at the top of the display.
5) If you want to perform this measurement again, press the
return to step 1.
key once and
6) To exit and return to normal operation, press and hold the
a beep is heard and the 1010 returns to normal operation.
key until
6. Data Logging
7. Retrieving Logged Data
key until the logging setup
To activate data logging press and hold down the
screen is displayed. Once the logging function is activated all preciously logged
data is written over.
To retrieve logged data the USB cable and PC software (both supplied) must be
used.
Install the PC software on your PC and open it.
Connect the 1010 to the PC using the USB cable.
Click on the connect to PC button in the software window.
The software can be used to retrieve logged data and for real time monitoring.
COM port setting is:
1) INT is displayed at the top to indicate the 1010 is waiting for the logging interval
to be set. The logging interval tells the 1010 how often to sample. For example, a
logging interval of 10 seconds (00:10) means the 1010 will log a reading every
10 seconds. The bottom indicates the current logging interval in minutes and seconds (MM:SS) or hours and minutes (HH:MM). Flashing “SEC” in the display
indicates the last two digits are seconds and a flashing “MIN” in the display indicates the last two digits are minutes. In seconds mode the time is adjustable from
1 sec to 59 min 59 sec. In the minutes mode the time is adjustable from 1 min to
keys switches between the two time
23 hr 59 min. Pressing the
modes.
key and time digits will flash. Using
2) Once the time mode is set press the
the Arrow keys set the interval to the desired level. The
keys select the digit and the
keys increase or decrease the value.
3) Once the seconds have been entered, press the
key to move to min / hr.
4) Using the Arrow keys set the interval to the desired level. The
keys select the digit and the
keys increase or decrease the value.
key and the 1010 will return to
5) Once the logging interval is set press the
the main display and “LOG” will flash indicating the logging function is active.
6) To deactivate data logging press and hold down the
no longer flashing.
key until “LOG” is
For data retrieval please see the next section on how to retrieve logged data.
Baud rate: 19200
Parity: None
Data Bits: 8
Stop Bit: 1
8. Technical Specifications
9. Maintenance
Function
CO2
Range
Accuracy
0 to 5000ppm 50°F~104°F: ±3% of rdg+75ppm
<50°F, >104°F: ±5% of rdg+75ppm
Temperature
-5°F to 140°F ±2°F
-20°C to 60°C ±1°C
It is recommended that the instrument be calibrated every 12 months.
Please consult Test Products International for further details (800) 368-5719.
9.1 Battery Replacement
When the batteries become low they will require replacement.
Dew Point Temperature -47°F to 135°F Calculation
-44°C to 57°C
Wet Bulb Temperature
3°F to 135°F
Calculation
-16°C to 57°C
Relative Humidity
5% to 95%
±2% RH
CO
0 to 500ppm
±3ppm or ±5% of rdg whichever
is greater
% Outside Air
0 to 100%
Calculation
Data Logging: Up to 10,000 samples 1 sec to 23hr 59min interval.
Display Type: 3 line with annunciators and backlight
CO Alarm: Audible and visual, selectable level (factory default 30ppm)
Operating Temperature & Humidity
CO and CO2: 14°F to 122°F (-10°C to 50°C)
All Other Function: -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°C)
Humidity 15 ~ 95% non-condensing
Storage Temperature: -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°C)
Power supply
3 AA battery( 4.5V)
AC/DC adapter 5Vout (Center positive)
Battery Life: 40 hours typical without backlight
Output: Serial output via USB connection
1. Turn the meter over so the back is facing you.
2. Loosen the screw holding down the battery cover located under the tilt
stand.
3. Lift the tilt stand up and remove the battery cover.
4. Replace the batteries (3 x AA Alkaline) and install the cover and tighten the
screw.
9.2 Service
To obtain warranty and non-warranty performance or maintenance on your
analyzer: - Include with the product your name, address, phone number, written description of the problem and proof of purchase date. Carefully package
and return to:
TPI / Attn. Repair
9615 SW Allen Blvd. Suite 104
Beaverton, OR 97005
10. Technical Information
Notes:
% Outside Air - HVAC systems use a combination of outside air, supply air, and
return air to maintain consistent and comfortable air quality. The 1010 can calculate outside air either by measuring temperature or by measuring CO2. The formula for % Outside Air is:
If too little outdoor air enters a home, pollutants can accumulate to levels that can
pose health and comfort concerns. Unless they are built with special mechanical
means of ventilation, homes that are designed and constructed to minimize the
amount of outdoor air that can 'leak' into and out of the home may have higher pollutant levels than other homes. However, because some weather conditions can
drastically reduce the amount of outdoor air that enters a home pollutants can build
up even in homes that are normally considered 'leaky'.
Dew Point Temperature - This is the temperature at which condensation begins
Wet Bulb Temperature - This is the lowest temperature evaporating water can
reach
Recommended Levels by Agency
Parameter
Humidity
IDPH1
20% - 60%
Temperature
68 - 75 (winter)
73 - 79 (summer)
Carbon Dioxide 1,000ppm
(<800ppm preferred)
Carbon Monoxide 9ppm
ASHRAE2
30% - 60%
OSHA PEL3 ACGIH TLV4
N/A
N/A
68 - 75 (winter)
N/A
73 - 79 (summer)
1,000ppm
5,000ppm
N/A
9ppm
25ppm
50ppm
5,000ppm
N/A-Not Applicable or Not Established
1
Illinois Department of Public Health (2009)
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers
3 Occupational Safety and Health Administration Permissible Exposure Limit -- this level
is a time-weighted average and is an enforceable standard that must not be exceeded
during any eight-hour work shift of a 40-hour work week.
4 American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienist Threshold Limit Value -- this
level is a recommended time-weighted average upper limit exposure concentration for a
normal eight to 10-hour workday and a 40-hour work week.
2
Test Products International, Inc.
9615 SW Allen Blvd., Ste. 104
Beaverton, OR 97005
Tel: 503-520-9197 Fax: 503-520-1225
www.tpi-thevalueleader.com
Test Products International, Ltd.
342 Bronte Road South, Unit #9
Milton Ontario Canada L9T5B7
Tel: 905-693-8558 Fax: 905-693-0888
VERIS INDUSTRIES
INSTALLATION GUIDE
environmental Sensors
AA01
AA01
CO2 Calibration Accessory
Introduction
The AA01 CO2 calibration accessory is designed for field calibration of any CO2 sensor
produced by Veris Industries, regardless of age. It comes complete with calibration
gas, a gas regulator, tubing, and fittings, which can be configured to easily calibrate
your CO2 device.
The calibration process normally takes about 5 minutes.
NOTICE
• This product is not intended for life or safety applications.
• Do not install this product in hazardous or classified locations.
• Read and understand the instructions before installing
this product.
• Turn off all power supplying equipment before working on it.
• The installer is responsible for conformance to all applicable codes.
Product Identification
In general, Veris CO2 sensors use a time-weighting factor, which saves the lowest
concentration of CO2 measured in a selectable time period, and then use that
information to calculate the ambient or base level CO2 concentration. This calculation
allows your Veris CO2 sensor to improve its accuracy over time.
To use this instruction guide, first identify the shape of CO2 sensor inside of your
Veris device (rectangular or pear), and then turn to the appropriate section of this
instruction manual for the specific instructions on how to calibrate your particular
device.
When connecting the gas regulator assembly to the gas bottle, verify there is at least
10 lbs of pressure remaining in the bottle.
AA01
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AA01
For Any CO2 Device with
Rectangular Sensor
5. Verify display indicates 0 PPM gas concentration. Press ENTER to continue.
PREPARATION
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P P M
O W
S T
G A S
A R T
1. Ensure unit to be calibrated is properly installed and has been operating for at
least one hour.
2. Use only Veris Industries calibration kit model AA01. Perform zero calibration with
nitrogen gas. Use a flow regulator to limit gas flow to <0.25 lpm. Exceeding this
flow rate may cause calibration errors.
SETUP
1. Install tubing to regulator and screw regulator on gas bottle.
2. Remove front cover from unit and locate plastic barb fitting and menu pushbutton. A label indicating push-button functions is located inside front cover
plate.
6. Display should prompt to flow gas:
F
*
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Open regulator valve and adjust pressure to 7 psi to generate the appropriate flow
rate. Press ENTER to begin countdown timer.
C
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4 2
T
0
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S E C
7. Wait for countdown timer to reach zero and for display to indicate calibration is
complete:
S
Menu Buttons
T
D
O
O
P
N E
G A
S
8. Close regulator valve and disconnect tubing from unit. Press ENTER to return to
normal operation.
9. Replace sensor cover.
Hose Barb
CDE/CWE CALIBRATION
1. Follow setup directions above.
2. Start flowing (nitrogen) 0 ppm CO2 gas.
3. Push and hold down calibration button until the red LED illuminates.
3. Attach tubing firmly to barb fitting.
4. Continue flowing gas through the sensor until the red LED turns off.
CX/CWL/CDL CALIBRATION
5. Follow steps 8 & 9 of the calibration directions above.
1. Press ENTER button to enter configuration mode.
2. Press ENTER repeatedly until CO2 CAL menu option appears on the display:
C
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Y E S
C A
L
N
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3. Press “+” to select YES option.
4. Using “+/-” buttons, select ZERO calibration option. Press ENTER to continue.
NOTE: AA01 kit includes nitrogen gas for zero calibration ONLY.
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INSTALLATION GUIDE
AA01
For CDL/CWL Device with PearShaped Sensor
1. Remove cover to the device.
2. Connect hose to plastic port located on sensing module and flow gas (Nitrogen) O
ppm CO2 gas through the sensor.
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
Connect hose here


CWL
CDL
Regulator
Valve
O
º
F
C
F S
E T
X
O
%
F F S
R H
C
–
O
2
C A
X X X
C
–
A
L
G A S ?
X X X X +
W
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E
X
T
X
X
Range is -5 to 5°C ,
0.1°C increment
.
X
Range is -10 to 10%,
0.1% increment
L
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+
.
CWL ONLY
I N G
5 : 0 0
Options are Yes/No
Options are None, 0, 400
Unit will automatically return to run
mode when calibration is complete.
NOTE: This product is factory calibrated. The typical CO2 sensor calibration interval
is 5 years, depending on specific site installation factors. As of the date of this
document, compliance with ANSI/ASHRAE 62-2001 requires minimum on-site
accuracy verification intervals of 6 months or per the building operation and
maintenance manual. Accuracy verification should be performed using either a
comparison to a known reference or the CO2 gas calibration kit available from Veris
Industries as model AA01.
WARNING: CO2 sensor calibration requires a gas calibration kit. Performing calibration
without a gas kit will cause erroneous readings. Consult factory for calibration kit.
4. Select 0 ppm Cal Gas option.
NITROGEN
GAS


5. Continue flowing gas through the sensor. Estimated calibration time is 5 minutes.
Unit returns to run mode when calibration is complete.



3. Push and hold plus and minus buttons for 5 seconds to enter Calibration mode. At
each menu option, use the arrow to change values. Push enter for next option.
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CWL
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Displays serial number
CDL
Displays model number
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VERIS INDUSTRIES
INSTALLATION GUIDE
AA01
For CDE Device with Pear-Shaped
Sensor
For CWE Device with Pear-Shaped
Sensor
1. Connect hose to plastic port located on sensing module.
1. Connect hose to plastic port located on sensing module.
Connect hose here
Connect hose here
2. Start flowing (Nitrogen) 0 ppm Gas (0 ppm only).
Regulator
Valve
2. Start flowing (Nitrogen) 0 ppm Gas (0 ppm only).
Regulator
Valve
NITROGEN
GAS
NITROGEN
GAS
3. Push and hold down calibration button until the LED illuminates.
3. Push and hold down calibration button until the LED illuminates.
Push and hold down calibration button
Green LED
Green LED
4. Continue flowing gas through the sensor until the LED is off - estimated Calibration
time is 5 minutes.
Push and hold down calibration button
4. Continue flowing gas through the sensor until the LED is off - estimated Calibration
time is 5 minutes.
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07091
Alta Labs, Enercept, Enspector, Hawkeye, Trustat, Veris, and the Veris ‘V’ logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Veris Industries, L.L.C. in the USA and/or other countries.
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