Dual AX460 User guide
User Guide IM/AX4PH Rev. O
AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
Single and dual input analyzers for pH/Redox (ORP)
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Single and dual input analyzers for pH/Redox (ORP)
AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
Contents
Contents
1
Introduction ..................................................................... 2
1.1 System Description .................................................. 2
1.2 PID Control .............................................................. 2
1.3 AX400 Series Analyzer Options ................................ 2
2
Operation ......................................................................... 3
2.1 Powering Up the Analyzer ........................................ 3
2.2 Displays and Controls .............................................. 3
2.2.1 Membrane Key Functions ............................. 3
2.3 Operating Page ........................................................ 6
2.3.1 Single Input pH ............................................. 6
2.3.2 Dual Input pH ............................................... 7
2.3.3 Single Input Redox (ORP) ............................. 8
2.3.4 Dual Input Redox (ORP) ................................ 9
2.3.5 Dual Input pH and Redox (ORP) ................. 10
2.3.6 Wash Function ............................................ 11
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Operator Views .............................................................. 12
3.1 View Set Points ...................................................... 12
3.2 View Outputs ......................................................... 14
3.3 View Hardware ....................................................... 14
3.4 View Software ........................................................ 15
3.5 View Logbook ........................................................ 16
3.6 View Clock ............................................................. 18
4
5
Setup ............................................................................. 19
4.1 Sensor Calibration .................................................. 19
4.1.1 Set Buffer Type (pH Only) ........................... 19
4.1.2 Set Up User Defined Buffers (pH Only) ........ 21
4.1.3 Adjust Offset (Redox/ORP Only) .................. 22
4.1.4 Automatic, Single- and
Two-Point Calibration (pH Only) .................. 23
4.1.5 Manual, Single- and
Two-Point Calibration (pH Only) .................. 25
4.1.6 Grab Calibration (pH Only) .......................... 27
Programming ................................................................. 28
5.1 Security Code ........................................................ 28
5.2 Configure Display ................................................... 29
5.3 Configure Sensors ................................................. 30
5.4 Configure Diagnostics ............................................ 33
5.5 Configure Alarms ................................................... 34
5.5.1 Wash Cycle Configuration
(Applicable Only to Alarm 3) ........................ 36
5.6 Configure Outputs .................................................. 38
5.7 Configure Clock ..................................................... 40
5.8 Configure Security .................................................. 41
5.9 Configure Logbook ................................................ 41
5.10 Test Outputs and Maintenance .............................. 42
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Installation .................................................................... 44
6.1 Siting Requirements .............................................. 44
6.2 Mounting ............................................................... 45
6.2.1 Wall-/Pipe-mount Analyzers ....................... 45
6.2.2 Panel-mount Analyzers ............................... 46
6.3 Connections, General ............................................ 47
6.3.1 Relay Contact Protection
and Interference Suppression ..................... 48
6.3.2 Cable Entry Knockouts,
Wall-/Pipe-mount Analyzer ......................... 49
6.4 Wall-/Pipe-mount Analyzer Connections ................ 50
6.4.1 Access to Terminals ................................... 50
6.4.2 Connections ............................................... 51
6.5 Panel-mount Analyzer Connections ....................... 52
6.5.1 Access to Terminals ................................... 52
6.5.2 Connections ............................................... 53
6.6 pH Sensor Systems Connections ......................... 54
6.6.1 Standard ph Systems Connection – 2867,
AP100, AP300, 7650/60, TB5, Non-ABB ... 54
6.6.2 Differential ph Systems Connections –
Capable of Providing Sensor Diagnostics
(AP200, TBX5) ........................................... 55
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Calibration ..................................................................... 56
7.1 Equipment Required .............................................. 56
7.2 Preparation ............................................................ 56
7.3 Factory Settings .................................................... 57
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Simple Fault Finding ..................................................... 62
8.1 Error Messages ..................................................... 62
8.2 Calibration Fail Message or No
Response to pH/Redox Changes .......................... 62
8.3 Checking the Temperature Input ............................ 63
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Specification ................................................................. 64
Appendix A – Buffer Solutions ......................................... 67
1
Single and dual input analyzers for pH/Redox (ORP)
AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
1 Introduction
1.1 System Description
The AX460 single input and AX466 dual input pH/Redox (ORP)
analyzers and associated electrode systems have been
designed for continuous monitoring and control of pH and
Redox (ORP). The electrode system can be standardized to the
analyzer using the built-in calibration facility and a single point
buffering facility provides easy re-calibration after initial
standardization.
The analyzer is available in wall-/pipe-mount or panel-mount
versions with either one or two programmable, pH or Redox
(ORP) input channels, each with its own associated temperature
input channel. When making temperature compensated
measurements, the sample temperature is sensed by a
resistance thermometer (Pt100, Pt1000 or Balco 3K) mounted
in the electrode system.
The analyzer can be configured for, and connected to, either a
standard pH input (single, high impedance input >1013 ) or
differential pH input (dual, high impedance inputs, both >1013 ).
Differential pH input is designed for use with pH electrode
systems that incorporate a solution earth (ground) rod. The
measuring electrode and reference electrode signals are
measured separately using two, high impedance amplifiers and
compared with the solution earth (ground) potential. The
difference between the results is the value used for the pH
measurement.
Model
1 Introduction
All models incorporate a wash facility for system cleaning; the
Alarm 3 relay can be configured to control the wash system
either automatically or manually. The relay can be programmed
to deliver either a continuous or pulsed signal to control an
external power supply to a solenoid or pump and the frequency,
duration and recovery time for the wash cycle are also
programmable. During a wash cycle, the analog output value is
held in its pre-cycle condition.
Analyzer operation and programming are performed using five
tactile membrane keys on the front panel. Programmed
functions are protected from unauthorized alteration by a
four-digit security code.
1.2 PID Control
The AX460 single input pH analyzer incorporates Proportional
Integral Derivative (PID) control as standard. Refer to the
PID Control Supplementary User Guide, IM/AX4PID for a full
description and instructions on how to configure and operate
PID control.
1.3 AX400 Series Analyzer Options
Table 1.1 shows the range of configurations that are possible for
the AX400 Series analyzers. The analyzer detects the type of
input board fitted for each input automatically and displays only
the operating and programming frames applicable to that input
board type. If no input board is fitted for a second input
(Sensor B), Sensor B frames are not displayed.
Analyzer Description
Sensor A
Sensor B
AX410
Single Input 2-Electrode Conductivity (0 to 10,000 µS/cm)
2-Electrode Conductivity
–
AX411
Dual Input 2-Electrode Conductivity (0 to 10,000 µS/cm)
2-Electrode Conductivity
2-Electrode Conductivity
AX413
Dual Input 2-Electrode Conductivity and 4-Electrode Conductivity
2-Electrode Conductivity
4-Electrode Conductivity
AX416
Dual Input 2-Electrode Conductivity and pH/Redox (ORP)
2-Electrode Conductivity
pH/Redox (ORP)
AX418
Dual Input 2-Electrode Conductivity and Dissolved Oxygen
2-Electrode Conductivity
Dissolved Oxygen
AX430
Single Input 4-Electrode Conductivity (0 to 2,000 mS/cm)
4-Electrode Conductivity
–
AX433
Dual Input 4-Electrode Conductivity (0 to 2,000 mS/cm)
4-Electrode Conductivity
4-Electrode Conductivity
AX436
Dual Input 4-Electrode Conductivity and pH/Redox (ORP)
4-Electrode Conductivity
pH/Redox (ORP)
AX438
Dual Input 4-Electrode Conductivity and Dissolved Oxygen
4-Electrode Conductivity
Dissolved Oxygen
AX450
Single Input 2-Electrode Conductivity (USP)
2-Electrode Conductivity
–
AX455
Dual Input 2-Electrode Conductivity (USP)
2-Electrode Conductivity
2-Electrode Conductivity
AX456
Dual Input 2-Electrode Conductivity (USP) and pH/Redox (ORP)
2-Electrode Conductivity
pH/Redox (ORP)
AX460
Single Input pH/Redox (ORP)
pH/Redox (ORP)
–
AX466
Dual Input pH/Redox (ORP)
pH/Redox (ORP)
pH/Redox (ORP)
AX468
Dual Input pH/Redox (ORP) and Dissolved Oxygen
pH/Redox (ORP)
Dissolved Oxygen
AX480
Single Input Dissolved Oxygen
Dissolved Oxygen
–
AX488
Dual Input Dissolved Oxygen
Dissolved Oxygen
Dissolved Oxygen
Table 1.1 AX400 Series Analyzer Options
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IM/AX4PH Rev. O
Single and dual input analyzers for pH/Redox (ORP)
AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
2 Operation
2 Operation
2.2.1 Membrane Key Functions
2.1 Powering Up the Analyzer
Menu 1
Warning. Ensure all connections are made correctly,
especially to the earth stud – see Section 6.3, page 47.
Advance to
next menu
Menu 2
1. Ensure the input sensors are connected correctly.
2. Switch on the power supply to the analyzer. A start-up
screen is displayed while internal checks are performed,
then the Operating Page (Section 2.3) is displayed as the
pH or Redox (ORP) monitoring operation starts.
2.2 Displays and Controls
The display comprises two rows of 41/2 digit, 7-segment digital
displays, that show the actual values of the measured
parameters and alarm set points, and a 6-character dot matrix
display showing the associated units. The lower display line is a
16-character dot matrix display showing operating and
programming information.
A – Moving Between Menus
Advance to
next page
Page 1
Frame 1
Frame 2
Frame 3
Frame 4
Page 2
Frame 1
Frame 2
Frame 3
or
For majority
of Frames
B – Advancing to Next Page
Page X
Frame 1
Display
Lines
Lower
Display Line
0.00 pH
0.00pH
Units
Advance to
next Frame
Frame 2
Frame 3
Frame 4
Monitoring pH
Alarm
LEDs
C – Moving Between Frames
Parameter Value
Adjust
Membrane Keys
Menu Key
New value is
stored automatically
Sidescroll Key
Downscroll Key
Up Key
D – Adjusting and Storing a Parameter Value
Down Key
Fig. 2.1 Location of Controls and Displays
Parameter X
Y
Z
Select
New value is
automatically stored
E – Selecting and Storing a Parameter Choice
Fig. 2.2 Membrane Key Functions
IM/AX4PH Rev. O
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Single and dual input analyzers for pH/Redox (ORP)
AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
Use the Menu Key
to scroll through
the Menus
2 Operation
Use the Sidescroll Key to scroll through the Pages within each Menu
Section 2.3, Page 6
Section 3.1, Page 12
OPERATING PAGE
VIEW SETPOINTS
Use the Downscroll
Key to scroll through
the Frames
within each Page
Section 3.2, Page 14 Section 3.3, Page 14
VIEW OUTPUTS
VIEW HARDWARE
A1: Setpoint
Analog Output 1
Sensor A Module
A2: Setpoint
Analog Output 2
Sensor B Module
A3: Setpoint
Analog Output 3
A4: Setpoint
Analog Output 4
Section 3.4, Page 15
Section 3.5, Page 16
VIEW SOFTWARE
VIEW LOGBOOK
AX400/2000 Issue
Section 3.6, Page 18
VIEW CLOCK
Alarms
Date
01:01:03
Errors
Time
12:00
Power
Option Board
Cals
A5: Setpoint
Section 4.1, Page 19
SENSOR CAL.
Cal. User Code
Set Auto Buffers
Buffer Type
Set Buffer 1
Sensor Cal. A
Sensor Cal. B
A: Buffer Method
B: Buffer Method
A: Immerse Buf.1
B: Immerse Buf.1
Set Buffer 2
#### 100% ####
#### 100% ####
A: Enter Point 1
A: Cal. Buffer 1
B: Cal. Buffer 1
A: Enter Point 2
A: Immerse Buf.2
B: Immerse Buf.2
A: Enter Point 3
#### 100% ####
#### 100% ####
A: Enter Point 4
A: Cal. Buffer 2
B: Cal. Buffer 2
A: Enter Point 5
A: Calibration
B: Calibration
B: Enter Point 1
A: Slope & Check
B: Slope & Check
B: Enter Point 2
B: Enter Point 3
Note. Sensor calibration parameters shown above
are for Automatic, 2-point calibration only. For other
calibration options, refer to Section 4.1.
B: Enter Point 4
Section 5.1, Page 28
B: Enter Point 5
SECURITY CODE
Section 5.2, Page 29
CONFIG. DISPLAY
Set Language
English
Set Temp. Units
Temp. Units
Set Backlight
LED Backlight
Section 5.3, Page 30
CONFIG.SENSORS
Config. Sensor A
Config. Sensor B
A: Probe Type
B: Probe Type
A: Diff. Input
B: Diff. Input
A: Electrode
B: Electrode
A: Temp. Comp
B: Temp. Comp
A: Temp. Sensor
B: Temp. Sensor
* A:
A: Enable Cals
B: Enable Cals
Preset Temp.
B: Preset Temp.
A: Sample Comp.
B: Sample Comp.
A: Sample Coeff.
B: Sample Coeff.
A: Set Min Slope
B: Set Min Slope
*
* Displayed only if Probe Type is set to Redox or ORP
Key
Section 5.4, Page 33
CONFIG.DIAGS
To CONFIG. ALARMS
(see Fig. 2.4)
Config. Sensor A
Config. Sensor B
A: pH Glass
B: pH Glass
A: Ref. Checking
B: Ref. Checking
A: Ref. Alarm
B: Ref. Alarm
Available only if option board fitted and
analog features enabled – see Section 7.3
Dual input analyzer only
Fig. 2.3 Overall Programming Chart
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IM/AX4PH Rev. O
Single and dual input analyzers for pH/Redox (ORP)
AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
Use the Menu Key
to scroll through
the Menus
2 Operation
Use the Sidescroll Key to scroll through the Pages within each Menu
Section 5.5, Page 34
CONFIG.ALARMS
Use the Downscroll
Key to scroll through
the Frames
within each Page
Config. Alarm 1
Config. Alarm 2
Config. Alarm 3
Config. Alarm 4
Config. Alarm 5
A1: Type
A2: Type
A3: Type
A4: Type
A5: Type
A1: Assign
A2: Assign
A3: Assign
A4: Assign
A5: Assign
A1: Failsafe
A2: Failsafe
A3: Failsafe
A4: Failsafe
A5: Failsafe
A1: Action
A2: Action
A3: Action
A4: Action
A5: Action
A1: Setpoint
A2: Setpoint
A3: Setpoint
A4: Setpoint
A5: Setpoint
A1: Hysteresis
A2: Hysteresis
A3: Hysteresis
Recovery Period
A4: Hysteresis
A5: Hysteresis
A1: Delay
A2: Delay
A3: Delay
only
* toApplicable
Alarm 3
A4: Delay
A5: Delay
Config. Output 1
Config. Output 2
Config. Output 3
Config. Output 4
AO1: Assign
AO2: Assign
AO3: Assign
AO4: Assign
AO1: Range
AO2: Range
AO3: Range
AO4: Range
AO1: Span Value
AO2: Span Value
AO3: Span Value
AO4: Span Value
AO1: Zero Value
AO2: Zero Value
AO3: Zero Value
AO4: Zero Value
AO1: Default
AO2: Default
AO3: Default
AO4: Default
AO1: Default Val
AO2: Default Val
AO3: Default Val
AO4: Default Val
*
Wash Mode
Wash Frequency
Wash Duration
Section 5.6, Page 38
CONFIG.OUTPUTS
Section 5.7, Page 40
CONFIG.CLOCK
Set Clock?
Format
dd/mm/yy
Date
01:01:02
Time
Press
CONFIG.SERIAL
CONFIG. CONTROL
12:00
To Set
Press
To Abort
Displayed only if option board fitted and serial communications feature enabled (Section 7.3) –
see Supplementary Manual Profibus® Datalink Description (IM/AX4/PBS)
Single Input Analyzer Only — see Supplementary Manual PID Control (IM/AX4PID)
Section 5.8, Page 41
CONFIG.SECURITY
Alter Sec.Code
Alter Cal.Code
Key
Available only if option board fitted and
analog features enabled – see Section 7.3
Section 5.9, Page 41
CONFIG.LOGBOOK
Logbook
Section 5.10, Page 42
TEST/MAINTENANCE
Test Outputs
Maintenance
Load/Save Config
Test Output 1
Hold Outputs
Factory Config.
Test Output 2
Automatic Time
Test Output 3
Press
User Config.
To Set
Press
To Abort
Test Output 4
To FACTORY SETTINGS
(see Section 7.3, Page 57)
Fig. 2.4 Overall Programming Chart (Continued)
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Single and dual input analyzers for pH/Redox (ORP)
AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
2 Operation
2.3 Operating Page
2.3.1 Single Input pH
Measured Values
7.00
24.4 Deg.C
pH
pH.
Temperature.
Monitoring pH
Measured Millivolts
Millivolts.
404 mV
Millivolts
% Slope and pH Check Value
100.0 %
7.00 pH
% slope value.
A value between the programmed minimum % slope value (see Set Min Slope – see
Section 5.3, page 30) and 105% is displayed. If the value is outside these limits, check
the electrode system.
A: Slope & Check
pH check value (zero point).
Displayed as an additional indication of pH electrode system condition; 7 pH is the
optimum value for glass electrodes and 0 ph for Antimony electrodes.
VIEW SETPOINTS
See Section 3.1, page 12.
SENSOR CAL.
See Section 4.1, page 19.
Wash Function
Monitoring pH
6
A3: Type set to Wash (Section 5.5) – see Section 2.3.6, page 11.
A3: Type not set to Wash (Section 5.5) – return to top of page.
IM/AX4PH Rev. O
Single and dual input analyzers for pH/Redox (ORP)
AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
2 Operation
2.3.2 Dual Input pH
7.00 pH
7.00 pH
Measured pH
25.6
24.4 Deg.C
Measured Temperature
Sensor A.
Sensor B.
Monitoring pH
Deg.C
Sensor A.
Sensor B.
Temperature
404 mV
-256 mV
Measured Millivolts
100.0
7.00 pH
% Slope and pH Check Value – Sensor A
Sensor A.
Sensor B.
Millivolts
%
% slope value.
A value between the programmed minimum % slope value (see Set Min Slope – see
Section 5.3, page 30) and 105 % is displayed. If the value is outside these limits, check
the electrode system.
A: Slope & Check
pH check value (zero point).
Displayed as an additional indication of pH electrode system condition; 7 ph being the
optimum value for glass electrodes and 0 ph for Antimony electrodes.
100.0 %
7.00 pH
% Slope and pH Check Value – Sensor B
% slope value.
See Sensor A above.
pH check value (zero point).
B: Slope & Check
VIEW SETPOINTS
See Section 3.1, page 12.
SENSOR CAL.
See Section 4.1, page 19.
Wash Function
Monitoring pH
IM/AX4PH Rev. O
A3: Type set to Wash (Section 5.5) – see Section 2.3.6, page 11.
A3: Type not set to Wash (Section 5.5) – return to top of page.
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Single and dual input analyzers for pH/Redox (ORP)
AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
2 Operation
2.3.3 Single Input Redox (ORP)
Measured Values
404mV
25.6Deg.C
Millivolts.
Temperature.
Redox (ORP)
Offset – Sensor A
Displays the offset value for the sensor set in A: Adjust Offset – see Section 4.1.3,
page 22.
0mV
A: mV Offset
VIEW SETPOINTS
See Section 3.1, page 12.
SENSOR CAL.
See Section 4.1, page 19.
Wash Function
Redox (ORP)
8
A3: Type set to Wash (Section 5.5) – see Section 2.3.6, page 11.
A3: Type not set to Wash (Section 5.5) – return to top of page.
IM/AX4PH Rev. O
Single and dual input analyzers for pH/Redox (ORP)
AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
2 Operation
2.3.4 Dual Input Redox (ORP)
Measured Millivolts
404mV
-256mV
Sensor A.
Sensor B.
Note. If Probe Type for both Sensor A and Sensor B is set to ORP (Section 5.3), the
lower display line shows Dual ORP.
Dual Redox
Sample Temperature
25.6Deg.C
24.4Deg.C
Sensor A.
Sensor B.
Note. The measured temperature is displayed only if Temp. Sensor is not set to None –
see Section 5.3, page 30.
Temperature
Offset – Sensor A
Displays the offset value for Sensor A set in A: Adjust Offset – see Section 4.1.3,
page 22.
0
mV
A: mV Offset
Offset – Sensor B
Displays the offset value for Sensor B set in B: Adjust Offset – see Section 4.1.3,
page 22.
0mV
B: mV Offset
VIEW SETPOINTS
See Section 3.1, page 12.
SENSOR CAL.
See Section 4.1, page 19.
Wash Function
Dual Redox
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A3: Type set to Wash (Section 5.5) – see Section 2.3.6, page 11.
A3: Type not set to Wash (Section 5.5) – return to top of page.
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Single and dual input analyzers for pH/Redox (ORP)
AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
2 Operation
2.3.5 Dual Input pH and Redox (ORP)
Measured pH and Millivolts
7.00 pH
-256 mV
Sensor A.
Sensor B.
Note. The Probe Type for Sensors A and B can be set to any combination of pH, Redox
or ORP – see Section 5.3, page 30. The display indications change depending on
Probe Type settings, e.g. if Sensor A is set to Redox and Sensor B to pH, the lower
display shows Redox (ORP)/pH.
pH/Redox (ORP)
Measured Temperature
25.6 Deg.C
24.4 Deg.C
Sensor A.
Sensor B.
Temperature
Note. The measured temperature is displayed only if Temp. Sensor is not set to None –
see Section 5.3, page 30.
404 mV
-256 mV
Measured Millivolts
Sensor A.
Sensor B.
Millivolts
Offset – Sensor B
Displays the offset value for Sensor B set in B: Adjust Offset – see Section 4.1.3,
page 22.
0 mV
B: mV Offset
100.0 %
7.00 pH
% Slope and pH Check Value – Sensor A
% slope value.
A value between the programmed minimum % slope value (see Set Min Slope –
Section 5.3) and 105 % is displayed. If the value is outside these limits, check the
electrode system.
A: Slope & Check
pH check value (zero value).
Displayed as an additional indication of pH electrode system condition; 7 ph is the
optimum value for glass electrodes and 0 ph for Antimony electrodes.
VIEW SETPOINTS
See Section 3.1, page 12.
SENSOR CAL.
See Section 4.1, page 19.
Wash Function
pH/Redox (ORP)
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A3: Type set to Wash (Section 5.5) – see Section 2.3.6, page 11.
A3: Type not set to Wash (Section 5.5) – return to top of page.
IM/AX4PH Rev. O
Single and dual input analyzers for pH/Redox (ORP)
AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
2 Operation
2.3.6 Wash Function
Note. The Wash function is available only if A3: Type is set to Wash – see Section 5.5, page 34.
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Wash Function
Manual
On
Off
Off
On
Wash Function
Manual
– Wash function off. Lower display line of Operating Page shows WASH
INHIBITED.
– Wash function controlled automatically. Lower display line of Operating
Page shows WASH IN PROGRESS.
– Enables wash function to be initiated manually – see below.
Note. Set Wash Function to Off before removing the sensor from the process.
VIEW SETPOINTS
See Section 3.1, page 12.
Probe Type set to pH (for either sensor if dual input analyzer) – see Section 5.3,
page 30.
SENSOR CAL.
See Section 4.1, page 19.
Probe Type set to Redox or ORP (for both sensors in any combination if dual input
analyzer) – see Section 5.3, page 30.
SENSOR CAL.
Security Code
CONFIG. DISPLAY
Press To Wash
Enable Cals set to Yes (Section 5.3) – see Section 4.1, page 19.
Alter Sec. Code not set to zero (Section 5.8) – see Section 5.1, page 28.
Alter Sec. Code set to zero (Section 5.8) – see Section 5.2, page 29.
Wash Function set to Manual – see below.
Monitoring pH
Redox (ORP)
Wash Function not set to Manual. The display returns to the top of the Operating
Dual Redox
Page.
pH/Redox (ORP)
Press to Wash (Manual Wash only)
Press
----Press
Press
to Wash and Press
to Abort are shown alternately on the lower
display line.
To Wash
To Abort
WASH IN PROGRESS
Press the
key to initiate the wash cycle. The display returns to the top of the
Operating Page and the lower display line shows WASH IN PROGRESS until the wash
cycle is completed. The Wash Function selection reverts to the one that was set before
Manual was selected.
Monitoring pH
Redox (ORP)
Dual Redox
Press the
key to abort the wash cycle. The display returns to the top of the
Operating Page.
pH/Redox (ORP)
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3 Operator Views
3 Operator Views
3.1 View Set Points
Note. The parameter names and units of measurement displayed in the View Set Points page depend on the Probe Type settings
for Sensors A and B – see Section 5.3, page 30. Those shown below are given as examples only.
View Set Points
This page shows alarm set points. The value of each of the set points is shown,
together with the name of the parameter it is assigned to.
-----
Alarm assignments, set point values and relay/LED actions are programmable – see
Section 5.4, page 33.
VIEW SETPOINTS
Sensor A (pH), Alarm 1 Set Point
Sen.A
8.30pH
A1: Setpoint
Sensor A (Temperature), Alarm 2 Set Point
Temp.A
35.0Deg.C
A2: Setpoint
Sensor B (pH), Alarm 3 Set Point – Dual input analyzers only
Sen.B
6.80pH
A3: Setpoint
Sensor B (Temperature), Alarm 4 Set Point – Dual input analyzers only
Temp.B
Note. Alarm 4 available only if option board fitted and analog features enabled – see
Section 7.3, page 57.
55.0
Deg.C
A4: Setpoint
Alarm 5 Set Point
Note. Alarm 5 available only if option board fitted and analog features enabled – see
Section 7.3, page 57.
-----Off
A5: Setpoint
VIEW SETPOINTS
VIEW OUTPUTS
See Section 3.2, page 14.
SENSOR CAL.
Security Code
See Note on next page.
CONFIG. DISPLAY
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Note. The menu displayed when pressing the
3 Operator Views
key from the Operator View pages depends on analyzer configuration, i.e.:
Single Input Analyzers
SENSOR CAL.
Probe Type set to pH
or
Probe Type set to Redox or ORP and Enable Cals set to Yes (Section 5.3) – see Section 4.1, page 19.
Security Code
Probe Type set to Redox or ORP and Enable Cals set to No (Section 5.3) and Alter Sec. Code not set to zero
(Section 5.8) – see Section 5.1, page 28.
CONFIG. DISPLAY
Probe Type set to Redox or ORP and Enable Cals set to No (Section 5.3) and Alter Sec. Code set to zero
(Section 5.8) – see Section 5.2, page 29.
Dual Input Analyzers
SENSOR CAL.
Probe Type for either sensor set to pH
or
Probe Type for both sensors set to Redox or ORP and Enable Cals for either sensor set to Yes (Section 5.3) –
see Section 4.1, page 19.
Security Code
Probe Type for both sensors set to Redox or ORP and Enable Cals for both sensors set to No (Section 5.3) and
Alter Sec. Code not set to zero (Section 5.8) – see Section 5.1, page 28.
CONFIG. DISPLAY
Probe Type for both sensors set to Redox or ORP and Enable Cals for both sensors set to No (Section 5.3) and
Alter Sec. Code set to zero (Section 5.8) – see Section 5.2, page 29.
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3 Operator Views
3.2 View Outputs
Theoretical Analog Output
There are up to four analog outputs, each showing information for one sensor.
-----
Note. Analog outputs 3 and 4 available only if option board fitted and analog features
enabled – see Section 7.3, page 57.
VIEW OUTPUTS
12.00mA
50.0%
Live current output value being retransmitted.
Current output shown as a percentage of full scale for the output range set in CONFIG.
OUPUTS – see Section 5.6, page 38.
Analog Output 1
VIEW HARDWARE
See Section 3.3, below.
SENSOR CAL.
Security Code
See Note on Page 13.
CONFIG. DISPLAY
Analog Output 2
Advance to analog output 2 (and outputs 3 and 4 if option board fitted and analog
features enabled – see Section 7.3, page 57).
3.3 View Hardware
-----
VIEW HARDWARE
Sensor A Module
Shows the type of input board fitted to the analyzer for the Sensor A input.
-----
pH
Sensor A Module
Sensor B Module – Dual input analyzers only
Shows the type of input board fitted to the analyzer for the Sensor B input.
-----
pH
Sensor B Module
Option Board
Analog
Note. Displayed only if the option board is fitted.
-----
Pb Dp
Displays the optional features enabled in the Factory Settings page – see Section 7.3,
page 57.
Option Board
VIEW HARDWARE
VIEW SOFTWARE
See Section 3.4, page 15.
SENSOR CAL.
Security Code
See Note on Page 13.
CONFIG. DISPLAY
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3 Operator Views
3.4 View Software
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VIEW SOFTWARE
Issue
Shows the version number of the operating software.
1.00
AX400/2000 Issue
VIEW SOFTWARE
VIEW LOGBOOK
Option board fitted and analog features enabled (Section 7.3) and Logbook set to On
(Section 5.9) – see Section 3.5, page 16.
Monitoring pH
Redox (ORP)
Dual Redox
Operating Page (option board not fitted) – see Section 2.3, page 6.
pH/Redox (ORP)
SENSOR CAL.
Security Code
See Note on Page 13.
CONFIG. DISPLAY
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3 Operator Views
3.5 View Logbook
Note. The View Logbook function is available only if the option board is fitted and analog features enabled (see Section 7.3,
page 57) and Logbook is set to On (see Section 5.9, page 41).
The logbook stores data entries for alarm events, sensor errors, power failures and pH
calibration information.
-----
VIEW LOGBOOK
Cals
Power
Errors
Alarms
View Logbook
Use the
-----
keys to access the Alarms logbook.
Note. If no entries are stored in the Alarms logbook, the display shows No More
Entries.
VIEW LOGBOOK
1 A1
-----On
11:09:02
and
Alarms
The Alarms logbook contains up to 10 entries (entry 1 is the most recent), each
comprising an alarm number, alarm state (On or Off) and the date/time of the
occurrence.
12:34
VIEW CLOCK
Option board fitted and analog features enabled (Section 7.3) – see Section 3.6,
page 18.
SENSOR CAL.
Security Code
See Note on Page 13.
CONFIG. DISPLAY
2
A1
Advance to entries 2 to 10.
Note. If no more entries are stored, the display shows No More Entries.
Alarms
Cals
Power
Errors
View Logbook
-----
Use the
1 Sen.A
-----Pt100
Errors
and
keys to access the Errors logbook.
Note. If no entries are stored in the Errors logbook, the display shows No More Entries.
VIEW LOGBOOK
11:09:02
The Errors logbook contains up to 5 entries (entry 1 is the most recent), each
comprising the sensor letter, error number and the date/time of the occurrence.
12:34
VIEW CLOCK
Option board fitted and analog features enabled (Section 7.3) – see Section 3.6,
page 18.
SENSOR CAL.
Security Code
See Note on Page 13.
CONFIG. DISPLAY
2 Sen.A
Advance to entries 2 to 5.
Note. If no more entries are stored, the display shows No More Entries.
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AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
3 Operator Views
View Logbook
Errors
Alarms
Cals
Power
Use the
-----
and
keys to access the Power logbook.
Note. If no entries are stored in the Power logbook, the display shows No More Entries.
VIEW LOGBOOK
Power
1
-----Off
11:09:02
The Power logbook contains up to 2 entries (entry 1 is the most recent), each
comprising the power state (On or Off) and the date/time of the occurrence.
12:34
VIEW CLOCK
Option board fitted and analog features enabled (Section 7.3) – see Section 3.6,
page 18.
SENSOR CAL.
Security Code
See Note on Page 13.
CONFIG. DISPLAY
2
Advance to entry 2.
Note. If no more entries are stored, the display shows No More Entries.
View Logbook
Power
Errors
Alarms
Cals
Use the
-----
and
keys to access the Cals logbook.
Note. If no entries are stored in the Cals logbook, the display shows No More Entries.
VIEW LOGBOOK
1 Sen.A
-----Passed
Calibration
The Cals logbook contains up to 5 entries (entry 1 is the most recent), each comprising
2 frames. Frame 1 contains the entry number, sensor letter and the calibration pass/fail
indication.
Calibration
Frame 2 contains the % slope value, the pH check value and the date/time of the
occurrence.
100.0 %
7.00 pH
11:09:02
12:34
VIEW CLOCK
Option board fitted and analog features enabled (Section 7.3) – see Section 3.6,
page 18.
SENSOR CAL.
Security Code
See Note on Page 13.
CONFIG. DISPLAY
2 Sen.A
Advance to entries 2 to 5.
Note. If no more entries are stored, the display shows No More Entries.
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3 Operator Views
3.6 View Clock
Note. The View Clock function is available only if the option board is fitted and analog features enabled – see Section 7.3,
page 57.
-----
VIEW CLOCK
Date
Shows the current date.
----Date
01:02:04
Time
----Time
Shows the current time.
12:00
Monitoring pH
Redox (ORP)
Dual Redox
VIEW CLOCK
Operating Page – see Section 2.3, page 6.
pH/Redox (ORP)
SENSOR CAL.
Security Code
See Note on Page 13.
CONFIG. DISPLAY
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AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
4 Setup
4 Setup
4.1 Sensor Calibration
Note. If Probe Type for either sensor (Sensor A only if single input) is set to Redox or ORP, the sensor can be calibrated only if
Enable Cals. for that sensor is set to Yes – see Section 5.3, page 30.
Sensor Calibration
-----
SENSOR CAL.
Sensor Calibration Security Code
Note. This frame is displayed only if Alter Cal. Code is not set to zero – see Section
5.8, page 41.
0000
Enter the required code number (between 0000 and 19999) to access the sensor
calibration pages. If an incorrect value is entered, access to the calibration pages is
prevented and the display reverts to the SENSOR CAL. menu.
Cal. User Code
Set Auto Buffers
Probe Type set to pH (for either sensor if dual input analyzer – see Section 5.3,
page 30) – continued below.
Sensor Cal. A
Probe Type set to Redox or ORP (for both sensors if dual input analyzer – see Section
5.3, page 30) – continued on page 22.
4.1.1 Set Buffer Type (pH Only)
Set Auto Buffers
-----
Set Auto Buffers
Sensor Cal. A
SECURITY CODE
CONFIG. DISPLAY
Buffer Type
-----
User
TECH.
MERCK
DIN
NIST
ABB
Alter Sec. Code not set to zero (Section 5.8) – see Section 5.1, page 28.
Alter Sec. Code set to zero (Section 5.8) – see Section 5.2, page 29.
Continued below.
Buffer Type
Select the relevant type of buffer solution (see Appendix A):
ABB
NIST
DIN
MERCK
TECH
User
Buffer Type
Set Buffer 1
A: Enter Point 1
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–
–
–
–
–
–
ABB supplied buffer solution.
NIST buffer solution.
DIN 19266 buffer solution.
MERCK buffer solution
US Technical buffer solution
Buffer solution with a user defined pH value – see Section 4.1.2,
page 21.
Buffer Type not set to User – continued on next page.
Buffer Type set to User – see Section 4.1.2, page 21.
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4 Setup
Set Buffer 1
-----
Set the pH value of the buffer 1 solution – see Appendix A for pH tables.
4.O1pH
Set Buffer 1
Set Buffer 2
Set the pH value of the buffer 2 solution.
-----9.18pH
Set Buffer 2
Note. The solution selected for buffer 2 must be at least 2 ph greater than that
selected for buffer 1, e.g. if buffer 1 is set to 7 pH, buffer 2 must be set to at least 9 pH.
Set Auto Buffers
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AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
4 Setup
4.1.2 Set Up User Defined Buffers (pH Only)
Buffer Type
set to User
(see Section 4.1.1)
15.0 Deg.C
0.00 pH
Solution A: Enter point 1 (to 5)
Deg.C and Adjust are shown alternately on the upper display line. Using the
and
keys, adjust the temperature reading (in 5 º increments) to the first of the
temperatures on the pH/temperature curve.
A: Enter point 1
15.0 Deg.C
3.99 pH
pH and Adjust are shown alternately on the center display line. Using the
and
keys, adjust the pH reading (in 0.01 ph increments) to the pH reading that corresponds
to the temperature reading entered above.
A: Enter point 1
Notes.
35.0 Deg.C
4.02 pH
1) For accurate calibration, it is important to repeat the above for buffer solution A at all
5 points along the pH/temperature curve.
15.0 Deg.C
3.99 pH
Solution B: Enter point 1 (to 5)
2) The displayed temperature value increases automatically by 5 ºC from the value set
for the previous point. The setting may be increased but not decreased.
A: Enter point 5
Solution B set up is identical to solution A set up.
B: Enter point 1
35.0 Deg.C
4.02 pH
Note. For accurate calibration, it is important to repeat the above for buffer solution B
at all 5 points along the pH/temperature curve.
The analyzer calculates the pH/temperature relationship from the data entered.
B: Enter point 5
Set Auto Buffers
Sensor Cal. A
SECURITY CODE
CONFIG. DISPLAY
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See Section 4.1.3 page 22.
Alter Sec. Code not set to zero (Section 5.8) – see Section 5.1, page 28.
Alter Sec. Code set to zero (Section 5.8) – see Section 5.2, page 29.
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4 Setup
4.1.3 Adjust Offset (Redox/ORP Only)
Calibrate Sensor A
-----
Sensor Cal. A
Sensor Cal. B
SENSOR CAL.
SECURITY CODE
CONFIG. DISPLAY
A: Adjust Offset
A: Buffer Method
0
407mV
Alter Sec. Code not set to zero (Section 5.8) – see Section 5.1, page 28.
Alter Sec. Code set to zero (Section 5.8) – see Section 5.2, page 29.
Probe Type set to Redox or ORP (Section 5.3) – continued below.
Probe Type set to pH (Section 5.3) – see Section 4.1.1, page 19.
mV and Adjust are shown alternately on the upper display line. Use the
and
keys to adjust the upper display line to the required offset value for the process.
The offset value is adjustable between –240 and +240 mV.
A: Adjust Offset
Sensor Cal. B
SENSOR CAL.
SECURITY CODE
CONFIG. DISPLAY
22
Probe Type for Sensor B (dual input analyzers only) set to Redox or ORP and Enable
Cals. set to No (Section 5.3) – return to top of page.
Adjust Offset (ORP/Redox probes only)
mV
Sensor Cal. A
Sensor B (dual input analyzers only) calibration is identical to Sensor A calibration.
Sensor B (dual input analyzers only) calibration is identical to Sensor A calibration.
Probe Type for Sensor B (dual input analyzers only) set to Redox or ORP and Enable
Cals. set to No (Section 5.3) – return to top of page.
Alter Sec. Code not set to zero (Section 5.8) – see Section 5.1, page 28.
Alter Sec. Code set to zero (Section 5.8) – see Section 5.2, page 29.
IM/AX4PH Rev. O
Single and dual input analyzers for pH/Redox (ORP)
AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
4 Setup
4.1.4 Automatic, Single- and Two-Point Calibration (pH Only)
Sensor A: Buffer Method (pH probes only)
Auto
Select the type of automatic calibration required:
-----1-Pt
Auto 1-Pt –
Auto 2-Pt –
A: Buffer Method
4.00pH
25.0Deg.C
Automatic, single-point calibration
Automatic, two-point calibration
Calibrate Buffer (Single-Point Calibration) or Calibrate Buffer 1(Two-Point Calibration)
Immerse Sensor A in the buffer solution.
A: Immerse Buf.1
Press the
key to initiate calibration.
Note. To abort calibration, press the
complete – see below.
key again at any time before calibration is
175mV
The center display line shows the measured sensor output in millivolts.
#### 100% ####
As calibration proceeds, a progress indicator appears in the lower display line. When
the measured sensor output stabilizes, the lower display line shows
##### 100 % #####.
4.01pH
The display then changes for 2 seconds to show the temperature-corrected buffer
value in the upper display line, then advances automatically to the next frame.
A: Cal. Buffer 1
A: Immerse Buf.2
A: Calibration
Two-point calibration selected – continued on next page.
Single-point calibration selected – continued on next page.
Abort Calibration
Select Yes or No.
-----Yes
A: Abort Cal.
A: SENSOR CAL.
A: Immerse Buf.2
Yes selected – return to the main menu.
No selected – calibration continues.
Calibration
Message
Min.
Max.
Calibration
Passed
40 to 70 %
105 %
The new calibration coefficients are accepted
None
Calibration
Low Slope
60 to 90 %
60 to 90 %
The new calibration coefficients are accepted
The electrode pair are becoming fatigued
– replacement is recommended
Calibration
Failed
0%
40 to 70 %
The new calibration coefficients are ignored and the
last known valid calibration coefficients are used
Check buffer values and repeat buffering.
If the fault persists, replace the electrodes
Explanation
Action
Table 4.1 Calibration Messages
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4 Setup
A: Buffer Method
set to Auto 2-Pt
9.18pH
20.0Deg.C
Calibrate Buffer 2 (Two-Point Calibration only)
Immerse Sensor A in the second buffer solution.
A: Immerse Buf.2
Press the
key to initiate calibration.
Note. To abort calibration, press the
complete – see previous page.
key again at any time before calibration is
128mV
The center display line shows the measured sensor output in millivolts.
#### 100% ####
As calibration proceeds, a progress indicator appears in the lower display line. When
the measured sensor output stabilizes, the lower display line shows
##### 100 % #####.
4.01pH
The display then changes for 2 seconds to show the temperature-corrected buffer
value in the upper display line, then advances automatically to the next frame.
A: Cal. Buffer 2
A: Buffer Method
set to Auto 1-Pt
Calibration Message
See Table 4.1 for details of calibration messages.
-----Passed
A: Calibration
100.0%
7.00pH
Slope Value
% slope value.
A value between the programmed minimum % slope value (see Set Min Slope in the
CONFIG. SENSORS page – Section 5.3) and 105 % is displayed. If the value is outside
these limits, check the electrode system.
A: Slope & Check
pH check value.
Displayed as an additional indication of electrode system condition; 7 ph is the
optimum value for glass electrodes and 0 ph for Antimony electrodes.
Sensor Cal. A
Sensor Cal. B
SENSOR CAL.
SECURITY CODE
CONFIG. DISPLAY
24
Sensor B (dual input analyzers only) calibration is identical to Sensor A calibration.
Probe Type for Sensor B (dual input analyzers only) set to Redox or ORP and Enable
Cals. set to No (Section 5.3) – return to top of page.
Alter Sec. Code not set to zero (Section 5.8) – see Section 5.1, page 28.
Alter Sec. Code set to zero (Section 5.8) – see Section 5.2, page 29.
IM/AX4PH Rev. O
Single and dual input analyzers for pH/Redox (ORP)
AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
4 Setup
4.1.5 Manual, Single- and Two-Point Calibration (pH Only)
Sensor A: Buffer Method (pH probes only)
Man
Select the type of manual calibration required:
-----1-Pt
Man 1-Pt
Man 2-Pt
A: Buffer Method
–
–
Manual, single-point calibration
Manual, two-point calibration
Set Buffer Temperature
Deg.C (or Deg.F) and Adjust are shown alternately on the center display line. Use the
20.0Deg.C
and
keys to adjust the displayed temperature value to the required buffer
temperature (–20 to150 ºC or –4 to 302 ºF).
A:Set Buf. Temp.
Note. If A: Buffer Method is set to Man 2-Pt, the temperature selected is used for both
buffers.
4.00pH
25.0Deg.C
Calibrate Buffer (Single-Point Calibration) or Calibrate Buffer 1(Two-Point Calibration)
Immerse Sensor A in the buffer solution.
pH and Adjust are shown alternately on the upper display line. Use the
and
keys to set the displayed pH value to the temperature-corrected pH value of the
chosen solution (see the data sheet provided with the solution).
A: Immerse Buf.1
Press the
key to initiate calibration.
Note. To abort calibration, press the
complete – see below.
4.01pH
175mV
key again at any time before calibration is
Measured pH value from the last successful calibration.
Measured sensor output in millivolts.
Press
button
when stable
4.01pH
When the measured sensor output stabilizes, press the
calibration.
key to accept the
A: Cal. Accepted
Cal. Accepted is shown for 2 seconds to confirm that the calibration has been
4.01pH
The display then changes for 2 seconds to show the temperature-corrected buffer
value in the upper display line, then advances automatically to the next frame.
accepted, the display then advances automatically to the next frame.
A: Cal. Buffer 1
A: Immerse Buf.2
A: Calibration
Two-point calibration selected – continued on next page.
Single-point calibration selected – continued on next page.
Abort Calibration
Select Yes or No.
-----Yes
A: Abort Cal.
A: SENSOR CAL.
A: Immerse Buf.2
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No selected – calibration continues.
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4 Setup
A: Buffer Method
set to Man 2-Pt
9.18pH
20.0Deg.C
Calibrate Buffer 2 (Two-Point Calibration only)
Immerse Sensor A in the second buffer solution.
pH and Adjust are shown alternately on the upper display line. Use the
and
keys to set the displayed pH value to the temperature-corrected pH value of the
chosen solution (see the data sheet provided with the solution).
A: Immerse Buf.2
Press the
key to initiate calibration.
Note. To abort calibration, press the
complete – see previous page.
9.22pH
105mV
key again at any time before calibration is
Measured pH value from the last successful calibration.
Measured sensor output in millivolts.
Press
button
when stable
When the measured sensor output stabilizes, press the
calibration.
key to accept the
9.22pH
A: Cal. Accepted
Cal. Accepted is shown for 2 seconds to confirm that the calibration has been
accepted, the display then advances automatically to the next frame.
9.22pH
The display then changes for 2 seconds to show the temperature-corrected buffer
value in the upper display line, then advances automatically to the next frame.
A: Cal. Buffer 2
A: Buffer Method
set to Man 1-Pt
Calibration Message
See Table 4.1 for details of calibration messages.
-----Passed
A: Calibration
100.0%
7.00pH
Slope Value
% slope value.
A value between the programmed minimum % slope value (see Set Min Slope –
Section 5.3) and 105 % is displayed. If the value is outside these limits, check the
electrode system.
A: Slope & Check
pH check value.
Displayed as an additional indication of electrode system condition; 7 ph is the
optimum value for glass electrodes and 0 ph for Antimony electrodes.
Sensor Cal. A
Sensor Cal. B
SENSOR CAL.
SECURITY CODE
CONFIG. DISPLAY
26
Sensor B calibration (dual input analyzers only) is identical to Sensor A calibration.
Probe Type for Sensor B (dual input analyzers only) set to Redox or ORP and Enable
Cals. set to No (Section 5.3) – return to top of page.
Alter Sec. Code not set to zero (Section 5.8) – see Section 5.1, page 28.
Alter Sec. Code set to zero (Section 5.8) – see Section 5.2, page 29.
IM/AX4PH Rev. O
Single and dual input analyzers for pH/Redox (ORP)
AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
4 Setup
4.1.6 Grab Calibration (pH Only)
Sensor A: Buffer Method (pH probes only)
Select Grab calibration method.
-----Grab
A: Buffer Method
9.18pH
25.0Deg.C
Adjust Value
ph and Adjust are shown alternately on the upper display line. The displayed pH value
is the reading sampled by the analyzer as this frame is selected and is held until the
display is advanced to the next frame. Use the
and
keys to adjust the
displayed value (in 0.01 pH increments) to match the pH value of the measured grab
sample.
A: Adjust Value
Notes.
 If the displayed value is adjusted by more than ±3pH, WARNING - OFFSET is
shown on the lower display line. If the measured grab sample value is correct
and the analyzer reading has not been over-adjusted, clean the electrode, check
the sensor connections and try again.
 If the displayed value is adjusted by ±5pH, OUT OF RANGE is shown on the
lower display line, indicating that maximum adjustment has been reached.
Further adjustment is not possible.
100.0%
7.00pH
Slope Value
% slope value.
The value generated during the last valid two-point calibration, between the
programmed minimum % slope value (see Set Min Slope – Section 5.3) and 105 %, is
displayed.
A: Slope & Check
pH check value.
The value generated during the last valid two-point calibration, adjusted by the value
applied in Adjust Value (above), is displayed.
Sensor Cal. A
Note. The pH check value is reset to the previous, valid check value if a single- or
two-point calibration is carried out after a grab calibration.
Sensor Cal. B
SENSOR CAL.
SECURITY CODE
CONFIG. DISPLAY
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Sensor B calibration (dual input analyzers only) is identical to Sensor A calibration.
Probe Type for Sensor B (dual input analyzers only) set to Redox or ORP and Enable
Cals. set to No (Section 5.3) – return to top of page.
Alter Sec. Code not set to zero (Section 5.8) – see Section 5.1, page 28.
Alter Sec. Code set to zero (Section 5.8) – see Section 5.2, page 29.
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5 Programming
5.1 Security Code
Note. This frame is displayed only if Alter Sec. Code is not set to zero – see Section
5.8, page 41.
0000
Enter the required code number (between 0000 and 19999), to gain access to the
configuration pages. If an incorrect value is entered, access to the configuration pages
is prevented and the display reverts to the Operating Page – see Section 2.3, page 6.
SECURITY CODE
CONFIG. DISPLAY
28
See Section 5.2, page 29.
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5.2 Configure Display
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CONFIG. DISPLAY
Set Language
Sets the language to be used on all displays.
-----
Set Language
Language Page
Use the
-----
and
keys to select the required language.
English
Deutsch
Francais
Espanol
Italiano
Set Language
Set Temperature Units
-----
Set Temp. Units
Temperature Units
Use the
Deg. F
Deg. C
Off
and
keys to select the sample temperature display units.
-----
Temp. Units
Set Temp. Units
Set Up Display Backlight
-----
Set Backlight
Backlight
Use the
Auto.
On
-----
LED Backlight
and
Auto.
–
On
–
keys to select the required backlight option:
Backlight comes on at each button press and switches off one
minute after the last button press.
Backlight is always on.
CONFIG. DISPLAY
Return to main menu.
CONFIG. SENSORS
See Section 5.3, page 30.
Set Backlight
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5.3 Configure Sensors
----CONFIG. SENSORS
Configure Sensor A
-----
Config. Sensor A
Config. Sensor B
Sensor B configuration (dual input analyzers only) is identical to Sensor A
configuration.
Probe Type
ORP
Redox
pH
Select the required probe type.
-----
ORP
Redox
pH
A: Probe Type
–
–
–
Millivolt display
Millivolt display
pH display
Differential Input
Yes
No
-----
A: Diff. Input
Yes
–
Select if electrode system is equipped with a solution earth (ground)
rod and sensor diagnostics are required – see Section 5.4, page 33.
No
–
Select if electrode system is not equipped with a solution earth
(ground) rod or sensor diagnostics are not required.
Note. Ensure the electrode system is connected correctly for the type of input
selected (Standard or Differential) – see Fig. 6.9 (wall-/pipe-mount analyzers) or
Fig. 6.11 (panel-mount analyzers).
A: Temp. Sensor
A: Electrode
A: Probe Type
set to Redox/ORP
None
3K Bal
Pt1000
Pt100
Probe Type set to Redox or ORP – continued below.
Probe Type set to pH – continued on next page.
Temperature Sensor
Select the type of temperature sensor used: Pt100, Pt1000, Balco 3K or None.
-----
A: Temp. Sensor
Enable Calibration
Select Yes to enable sensor calibration.
Yes
No
-----
Select No to disable sensor calibration and all associated frames.
A: Enable Cals
Config. Sensor A
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CONFIG. SENSORS
Return to main menu.
CONFIG. ALARMS
See Section 5.4, page 33.
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A: Probe Type
set to pH
pH Electrode Type
Antim.
Glass
Select the type of pH electrode used, Glass or Antimony.
-----
A: Electrode
Temperature Compensation
Select Auto to enable the analyzer to compensate automatically for fluctuations in
sample temperature.
Manual
Auto
-----
A: Temp. Comp.
Manual
Auto
Temperature Sensor (Automatic Temperature Compensation only)
3K Bal
Pt1000
Pt100
Select the type of temperature sensor used: Pt100, Pt1000 or Balco 3K.
-----
A: Temp. Sensor
A: Sample Comp.
continued on next page.
Preset Temperature (Manual Temperature Compensation only)
25.0
Enter the temperature of the sample within the range –10.0 to 120.0 ºC.
Deg.C
A: Preset Temp.
A: Set Min Slope
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Solution Temperature Compensation
Select Yes to enable compensation for solution temperature effects referenced to
25 ºC.
Yes
No
-----
A: Sample Comp.
No
Yes
Sample Coefficient
-0.035
If Sample Comp. is set to Yes, enter the temperature coefficient of the sample, in pH/ºC,
within the range 0.020 to –0.050 (in –0.001 increments). For ammonia and sodium
hydroxide dosed boilers the value is typically –0.035 (this depends on the individual
boiler chemistry). The exact value for a particular sample needs to be determined by
laboratory analysis.
pH/°C
A: Sample Coeff.
pH Calibration Minimum Slope Value
60.0%
Set the required pH calibration minimum slope value, in %, within the range 60.0 to
90.0 (in 0.1 increments). The calibration fail limit is set automatically to 20 % below the
minimum slope setting – see Table 4.1.
A: Set Min Slope
Config. Sensor A
Config. Sensor B
CONFIG. DIAGS
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Sensor B (dual input analyzers only) configuration is identical to Sensor A
configuration.
see Section 5.4, page 33
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AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
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5.4 Configure Diagnostics
Note. The Configure Diagnostics function is applicable only if Diff. Input for Sensor A and/or Sensor B is set to Yes – see Section
5.3, page 30.
-----
CONFIG. DIAGS
Configure Sensor A
-----
Config. Sensor A
Config. Sensor B
Sensor B configuration (dual input analyzers only) is identical to Sensor A
configuration.
pH Glass Check
Set to On to enable the impedance of the glass electrode circuit to be monitored in
order to provide low glass impedance and out-of-sample/broken cable warnings.
Off
On
-----
Note. This frame is displayed only if A: Probe Type is set to pH and A: Electrode is set
to Glass – see Section 5.3, page 30.
A: pH Glass
Reference Electrode Check
Set to On to enable the condition of the reference electrode to be monitored in order to
provide:
Off
On
-----
– an indication of when sensor cleaning or replacement is required
– out-of-sample/broken cable warnings
A: Ref. Checking
Config. Sensor A
Off
Config. Sensor B
On
CONFIG. ALARMS
Sensor B (dual input analyzers only) configuration is identical to Sensor A
configuration.
See section 5.5, page 34.
Reference Alarm
Set the impedance value above which the reference alarm is activated.
50kOhm
A: Ref. Alarm
Config. Sensor A
Config. Sensor B
CONFIG. ALARMS
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Sensor B (dual input analyzers only) configuration is identical to Sensor A
configuration.
See section 5.5, page 34.
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5.5 Configure Alarms
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CONFIG. ALARMS
Configure Alarm 1
-----
Config. Alarm 1
Config. Alarm 2
Alarms 2 and 3 configuration (and Alarms 4 and 5 if option board fitted and analog
features enabled – see Section 7.3, page 57) is identical to Alarm 1 configuration.
Alarm 3 can also be configured as a Wash alarm if A3: Type is set to Wash – see
following frame.
-----
Wash
Status
Alarm
Off
Alarm 1 Type
Select the type of alarm required:
A1: Type
Off
–
The alarm is disabled, the alarm LED is off and the relay is
de-energized at all times.
Alarm
–
The analyzer is configured using the Assign frame (following) to
generate an alarm in response to a specified high or low pH, Redox
(ORP) or process temperature sensor reading.
Status
–
An alarm is generated if either a power failure or a condition that
causes any of the error messages in Table 8.1 (page 62) to be
displayed occurs.
Wash
–
Alarm 3 is configured to control the wash sequence.
Note. The Wash alarm type can be assigned only to Alarm 3 and is displayed only
when the lower display line shows A3: Type.
Config. Alarm 1
A1: Assign
Wash Mode
A-B
Temp.B
Sen.B
Temp.A
Sen.A
A1: Type set to Off or Status.
A1: Type set to Alarm – continued below.
A3: Type set to Wash – see Section 5.5.1, page 36.
Alarm 1 Assign
Select the alarm assignment required:
----A1: Assign
Sen.A
Sen.B
–
The analyzer activates an alarm if the pH or Redox (ORP) value of the
process fluid measured by the selected sensor exceeds or drops
below the value set in the Alarm 1 Set Point parameter, depending on
the type of Alarm 1 Action selected – see next page.
Temp.A
Temp.B
–
The analyzer activates an alarm if the temperature of the process fluid
measured by the selected sensor exceeds or drops below the value
set in the Alarm 1 Set Point parameter, depending on the type of
Alarm h1 Action selected – see next page.
A-B
–
The analyzer activates an alarm if the difference between the Sensor A
and Sensor B readings exceeds or drops below the value set in the
Alarm 1 Set Point parameter, depending on the type of Alarm 1 Action
selected – see next page.
Note. The Sen.B, Temp.B and A-B alarm assignment types are applicable only to dual
input analyzers and A-B is displayed only when Probe Type for each sensor is set to pH
– see Section 5.3, page 30.
A1: Failsafe
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Alarm 1 Failsafe
-----
Select Yes to enable failsafe action, otherwise select No.
Yes
No
See also Fig. 5.2 to Fig. 5.6 (page 37).
A1: Failsafe
Alarm 1 Action
High
Select the alarm action required, High or Low.
-----Low
See also Fig. 5.2 to Fig. 5.6 (page 37).
A1: Action
A-B
mV
Deg.C
Deg.F
pH
Alarm 1 Set Point
The Alarm 1 Set Point can be set within the following ranges:
100.0
pH
mV
Deg.C
Deg.F
A-B
A1: Setpoint
–
–
–
–
–
–2.00 to 16.00 pH
–1200 to 1200 mV
–10.0 to 150.0
–14.0 to 302.0
0.00 to 14.00 pH
Set to the value required.
Alarm 1 Hysteresis
A differential set point can be defined between 0 and 5 % of the alarm set point value.
Set the required hysteresis in 0.1 % increments.
0.0
%
See also Fig. 5.2 to Fig. 5.6 (page 37).
A1: Hysteresis
Alarm 1 Delay
If an alarm condition occurs, the activation of the relays and LEDs can be delayed for a
specified time period. If the alarm clears within the period, the alarm is not activated.
0Secs
A1: Delay
Set the required delay, in the range 0 to 60 seconds in 1 second increments.
See also Fig. 5.2 to Fig. 5.6 (page 37).
Config. Alarm 2
Alarms 2 and 3 configuration (and Alarms 4 and 5 if option board fitted and analog
features enabled – see Section 7.3, page 57) is identical to Alarm 1 configuration.
CONFIG. OUTPUTS
See Section 5.6, page 38.
Config. Alarm 1
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5.5.1 Wash Cycle Configuration (Applicable Only to Alarm 3)
A3: Type
set to Wash
Wash Mode
-----
Select the wash mode required.
Cont.
Pulsed
Cont.
Pulsed
Wash Mode
–
–
(continuous) the relay remains energized for the wash duration
the relay is switched on and off every second for the duration of the
wash, – see Fig. 5.1.
Wash Frequency
15
Set the wash frequency required.
Hours
Mins
Wash frequency is set in 15 minute increments between 15 and 45 minutes, then in 1
hour increments between 1 and 24 hours.
Wash Frequency
Wash Duration
15
Set the wash duration required.
Mins
Secs
Wash duration is set in 15 second increments between 15 and 45 seconds, then in 1
minute increments between 1 and 10 minutes.
Wash Duration
Recovery Period
Set the recovery period required, between 0.5 and 5.0 minutes in 0.5 minute
increments.
1.0
Mins
Recovery Period
Config. Alarm 3
Config. Alarm 4
CONFIG. OUTPUTS
Option board fitted and analog features enabled (see Section 7.3, page 57) – Alarm 4
configuration is identical to Alarm 1.
Option board not fitted or option board fitted and analog features disabled (see
Section 7.3, page 57) – see Section 5.6, page 38.
Frequency
Wash Duration
Recovery Period
Continuous
t
1s 1s
Pulsed
t
Fig. 5.1 Pulsed and Continuous Wash Cycles
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5 Programming
Note. The following examples illustrate High Alarm Actions, i.e. the alarm is activated when the process variable exceeds the
defined set point. Low Alarm Actions are the same, except the alarm is activated when the process variable drops below the
defined set point.
Process Variable
Process Variable
High Set Point
High Set Point
Relay Energized,
LED Off
Relay Energized, LED On
Relay De-energized,
LED Off
Relay De-energized, LED On
Fig. 5.2 High Failsafe Alarm without Hysteresis and Delay
Fig. 5.5 High Non-Failsafe Alarm without Delay and Hysteresis
Process Variable
Process Variable
High Set Point
High Set Point
Hysteresis
Relay Energized,
LED Off
Relay Energized,
LED Off
Delay
Relay De-energized, LED On
Relay De-energized, LED On
Fig. 5.3 High Failsafe Alarm with Hysteresis but no Delay
Fig. 5.6 High Failsafe Alarm with Delay but no Hysteresis
Process Variable
High Set Point
Hysteresis
Relay Energized,
LED Off
Delay
Relay De-energized, LED On
Fig. 5.4 High Failsafe Alarm with Hysteresis and Delay
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5.6 Configure Outputs
-----
CONFIG. OUTPUTS
Configure Output 1
-----
Config. Output 1
Config. Output 2
A-B
Temp.B
Sen.B
Temp.A
Sen.A
Output 2 configuration (and Outputs 3 and 4 if option board fitted and analog features
enabled – see Section 7.3, page 57) is identical to Output 1 configuration.
Assign
Select the sensor and analog output required:
-----
AO1: Assign
Sen.A
Sen.B
–
pH/Redox (ORP)/mV for the selected sensor.
Temp.A
Temp.B
–
Temperature for the selected sensor.
A-B
–
Difference between the Sensor A and Sensor B readings.
Note. Sen.B, Temp.B and A-B are applicable only to dual input analyzers.
-----
Range
4-20mA
0-20mA
0-10mA
Select the analog output current range for the selected output.
AO1: Range
7.00pH
0.00pH
Span Value
pH (or mV or Deg.C or Deg.F or A-B) and Adjust are shown alternately on the upper
display line. Use the
and
keys to adjust the displayed reading to the required
span value.
AO1: Span Value
Note. The minimum and maximum span values are determined by the Zero Value
setting (see next page) plus the minimum differential, e.g. to set Span Value to 0.00 pH,
first set Zero Value to –2.00 pH.
pH
–
Redox/ORP
–
Temperature –
A-B
–
0.00 to 16.00 pH (minimum differential, 2.00 pH)
–1100 to 1200 mV (minimum differential, 100 mV)
Deg. C 0.0 to 150.0 (minimum differential, 10 ºC)
Deg. F 32.0 to 302.0 (minimum differential,18 ºF)
0.00 to 14.00 pH (minimum differential, 2.00 pH)
Note. A-B is applicable only to dual input analyzers.
AO1: Zero Value
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0.0pH
5 Programming
Zero Value
pH (or mV or Deg.C or Deg.F or A-B) and Adjust are shown alternately on the center
display line. Use the
zero value:
AO1: Zero Value
and
keys to adjust the displayed reading to the required
Note. The zero value setting plus the minimum differential determines the minimum
and maximum values for the span setting, e.g. to set a span value of –1100 mV, first
set the zero value to –1200 mV.
pH
–
ORP/Redox
–
Temperature –
A-B
–
–2.00 to 14.00 pH (minimum differential, 2.00 pH)
–1200 to 1100 mV (minimum differential, 100 mV)
Deg. C –10.0 to 140.0 (minimum differential, 10 ºC)
Deg. F 14.0 to 284.0 (minimum differential, 18 ºF)
–2.00 to 12.00 pH (minimum differential, 2.00 pH)
Note. A-B is applicable only to dual input analyzers.
Default Output
Hold
On
Off
mA
Select the system reaction to failure:
-----
AO1: Default
Config. Output 1
Off
or
Hold
Hold
On
–
–
Off
–
Hold the analog output at the value prior to the failure.
Stop on failure. This drives the analog output to the level set in
the Default Val frame below.
Ignore failure and continue operation.
On
Default Value
The level to which the analog output is driven if a failure occurs.
12.00mA
Set the value between 0.00 and 22.00 mA
AO1: Default Val
Config. Output 2
Output 2 configuration (and Outputs 3 and 4 if option board fitted and analog features
enabled – see Section 7.3, page 57) is identical to Output 1 configuration.
CONFIG. CLOCK
Option board fitted and analog features enabled (see Section 7.3, page 57) – see
Section 5.7, page 40.
Option board fitted and Serial Communications feature enabled (see Section 7.3,
page 57) – see Supplementary Manual Profibus® Datalink Description (IM/AX4/PBS).
Single input analyzer and option board not fitted – see PID Control Supplement
(IM/AX4PID).
Dual input analyzer and option board not fitted – see Section 5.8, page 41.
Config. Output 1
CONFIG. SERIAL
CONFIG. CONTROL
CONFIG. SECURITY
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5.7 Configure Clock
Note. The Configure Clock function is available only if the option board is fitted and analog features enabled – see Section 7.3,
page 57.
-----
CONFIG. CLOCK
Set Clock
Set the system clock.
----Set Clock?
CONFIG. CLOCK
CONFIG. SERIAL
CONFIG. CONTROL
CONFIG. SECURITY
Return to main menu.
Option board fitted and Serial Communications feature enabled (see Section 7.3,
page 57) – see Supplementary Manual Profibus® Datalink Description (IM/AX4/PBS).
Single input analyzer and option board not fitted – see PID Control Supplement
(IM/AX4PID).
Dual input analyzer and option board not fitted – see Section 5.8, page 41.
Date Format
Select the required date format.
----mm:dd:yy
Format
dd:mm:yy
Date
Set
-----Day
Date
01:01:01
Set
--------Press
Press
Press
Use the
to move between the day, month and year fields.
and
keys to adjust each field.
Time
Set the time in the format hh:mm.
Hours
Time
Set the date in the format selected above.
12:00
To Set
To Abort
Press
Use the
Press
to move between hours and minute fields.
and
keys to adjust each field.
to Set and Press
to Abort are shown alternately on the lower display line.
Press the appropriate key to set the clock or abort the changes.
Set Clock?
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5.8 Configure Security
-----
CONFIG. SECURITY
Alter Security Code
Set the security code to a value between 0000 and 19999.
0000
Alter Sec. Code
Alter Calibration Code
Set the sensor calibration access code to a value between 0000 and 19999.
0000
Alter Cal. Code
Alter Sec. Code
CONFIG. SECURITY
Return to main menu.
CONFIG. LOGBOOK
Option board fitted and analog features enabled (see Section 7.3, page 57) – see
Section 5.9, page 41.
5.9 Configure Logbook
Note. The Configure Logbook function is available only if the option board is fitted and analog features enabled – see Section
7.3, page 57.
-----
CONFIG. LOGBOOK
Configure Logbook
Off
Use the
-----On
and
keys to set the logbook On or Off.
If Off is selected, all data entries in the logbook are cleared.
Logbook
CONFIG. LOGBOOK
TEST/MAINTENANCE
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Return to main menu.
See Section 5.10, page 42.
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5.10 Test Outputs and Maintenance
-----
TEST/MAINTENANCE
Test Outputs
Displays the output test details for the analog outputs.
-----
Note. Outputs 3 and 4 are available only if the option board is fitted and analog
features enabled – see Section 7.3, page 57.
Test Outputs
Test Output 1 frame only is shown; the format of frames for the remaining outputs is
identical.
Maintenance
4.00mA
20.0%
See below.
Test Output 1
The theoretical output current value.
Output current as a percentage of the full range current.
Test Output 1
Use the
and
keys to adjust the displayed theoretical output current value to
give the output required.
FACTORY SETTINGS
See Section 7.3, page 57.
Test Output 2
Test remaining outputs.
Maintenance
-----
Maintenance
Hold Outputs
-----
Auto.
On
Off
Enables the relay action and analog outputs to be maintained.
Hold Outputs
Auto.
–
On
Off
–
–
Changes in relay action and analog outputs are inhibited during sensor
calibration.
Changes in relay action and analog outputs are inhibited.
Changes in relay action and analog outputs are not inhibited.
Note. The LEDs flash while the analyzer is in 'Hold' mode.
Load/Save Config
Continued on next page.
FACTORY SETTINGS
See Section 7.3, page 57.
Maintenance
Automatic Time
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Hold Outputs set to Off or On – return to main menu.
Hold Outputs set to Auto. – continued on next page.
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Hold Outputs
set to Auto.
1Hrs
30Mins
Automatic Time
If required, set a time period between 1 and 6 hours, in 30 minute increments, for
which the outputs are held when Hold Outputs is set to Auto.
At the default setting of Off, changes in relay action and analog outputs are inhibited
during sensor calibration and released automatically at the end of the procedure.
Automatic Time
If a time is set, changes in relay action and analog outputs are inhibited during sensor
calibration, but if the calibration is not completed within the set time, the calibration is
aborted, the display returns to the Operating Page and CAL. ABORTED is displayed.
Maintenance
Load/Save Config
Continued below.
FACTORY SETTINGS
See Section 7.3, page 57.
Load/Save Configuration
Select whether a configuration is to be loaded or saved.
Yes
No
-----
Note. If No is selected, pressing the
key has no effect.
Load/Save Config
Yes
TEST/MAINTENANCE
Return to main menu.
FACTORY SETTINGS
See Section 7.3, page 57.
Load User/Factory Configuration
Load
Save
-----
User Config.
Factory Config.
Note. Applicable only if Load/Save Config is set to Yes.
Factory Config.
–
Save User Config.
Load User Config.
–
–
resets all the parameters in the Configuration Pages to
the Company Standard.
saves the current configuration into memory.
reads the saved user configuration into memory.
User Config. and Factory Config. are displayed alternately if a User Configuration has
----Press
Press
To Set.
To Abort
been saved previously. Use the
Press
to Set and Press
and
keys to make the required selection.
to Abort are shown alternately on the lower display line.
Press the appropriate key to load/save the configuration or abort the changes.
TEST/MAINTENANCE
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6 Installation
6 Installation
6.1 Siting Requirements
Note.
 Mount in a location free from excessive vibration, and
where the temperature and humidity specification will
not be exceeded.
 Mount away from harmful vapors and/or dripping
fluids and ensure that it is suitably protected from
direct sunlight, rain, snow and hail.
 Where possible, mount the analyzer at eye level to
allow an unrestricted view of the front panel displays
and controls.
Maximum Distance
100m (275 ft)
Sensor
A – Maximum Distance Between Analyzer and Sensor
55°C
(131°F)
Max.
–20°C
(–4°F)
Min.
B – Within Temperature Limits
IP65*
C – Within Environmental Limits
* Refer to Specification, page 64
Fig. 6.1 Siting Requirements
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6.2 Mounting
6.2.1 Wall-/Pipe-mount Analyzers
Dimensions in mm (in.)
Fixing Centers
210 (8.23)
R1
192 (7.56)
0(
0.4
)
96 (3.76)
25
Ø
6.
50
(0
.2
6)
192 (7.56)
150 (5.9)
Fixing Centers
175 (6.9)
94 (3.7)
Fig. 6.2 Overall Dimensions
Position 'U' bolts on pipe
2
Drill suitable
holes
Position plate over 'U' bolts
1
2
61 (23/8) OD
Vertical or
Horizontal
Post
1
Mark fixing centers
(see Fig. 6.2)
3
Secure plate
3
Secure instrument to
wall using
suitable fixings
A – Wall-mounting
4
Secure transmitter to mounting plate
B – Pipe-mounting
Fig. 6.3 Wall-/Pipe-mounting
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6.2.2 Panel-mount Analyzers
Dimensions in mm (in.)
137.50 (5.41)
96 (3.78)
91.60 (3.6)
96 (3.78)
25
(0.98)
92 +0.8
(3.62 +0.03
)
–0
–0
Panel Cut-out
92 +0.8
–0
(3.62 +0.03
)
–0
5.40 (0.2)
Fig. 6.4 Overall Dimensions
1
Cut a hole in the panel (see Fig. 6.4 for dimensions).
Instruments may be close stacked to DIN 43835
Remove the panel clamp and
anchors from the instrument case
3
4
Loosen the
retaining screw on
each panel clamp
Insert the instrument
into the panel cut-out
2
5
Refit the panel clamps to the case, ensuring that the
panel clamp anchors are located correctly in their slots
6
Secure the analyzer by tightening the panel clamp
retaining screws (see Note below)
Fig. 6.5 Panel-mounting
Note. The clamp must fit flat on the analyzer casing. The clamp uses a torque limiter, so it is not possible to over-tighten the
securing screws.
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6.3 Connections, General
Warning.
 The instrument is not fitted with a switch therefore a disconnecting device such as a switch or circuit breaker conforming to
local safety standards must be fitted to the final installation. It must be fitted in close proximity to the instrument within easy
reach of the operator and must be marked clearly as the disconnection device for the instrument.
 Remove all power from supply, relay and any powered control circuits and high common mode voltages before accessing
or making any connections.
 The power supply earth (ground) must be connected to reduce the effects of RFI interference and ensure the correct
operation of the power supply interference filter.
 The power supply earth (ground) must be connected to the earth (ground) stud on the analyzer case – see Fig. 6.8
(wall-/pipe-mount analyzers) or Fig. 6.10 (panel-mount analyzers).
 Use cable appropriate for the load currents. The terminals accept cables from 20 to 14 AWG (0.5 to 2.5mm2) UL Category
AVLV2.
 The instrument conforms to Mains Power Input Insulation Category III. All other inputs and outputs conform to Category II.
 All connections to secondary circuits must have basic insulation.
 After installation, there must be no access to live parts, e.g. terminals.
 Terminals for external circuits are for use only with equipment with no accessible live parts.
 The relay contacts are voltage-free and must be appropriately connected in series with the power supply and the
alarm/control device which they are to actuate. Ensure that the contact rating is not exceeded. Refer also to Section 6.3.1
for relay contact protection details when the relays are to be used for switching loads.
 Do not exceed the maximum load specification for the selected analog output range.
The analog output is isolated, therefore the –ve terminal must be connected to earth (ground) if connecting to the isolated
input of another device.
 If the instrument is used in a manner not specified by the Company, the protection provided by the equipment may be
impaired.
 All equipment connected to the instrument's terminals must comply with local safety standards (IEC 60950, EN61010-1).
USA and Canada Only
 The supplied cable glands are provided for the connection of signal input and ethernet communication wiring ONLY.
 The supplied cable glands and use of cable / flexible cord for connection of the mains power source to the mains input and
relay contact output terminals is not permitted in the USA or Canada.
 For connection to mains (mains input and relay contact outputs), use only suitably rated field wiring insulated copper
conductors rated min. 300 V, 14 AWG 90C. Route wires through suitably flexible conduits and fittings.
Note.
 An earthing (grounding) – stud terminal is fitted to the analyzer case for bus-bar earth (ground) connection – see Fig. 6.8
(wall-/pipe-mount analyzers) or Fig. 6.10 (panel-mount analyzers).
 Always route signal output/sensor cell cable leads and mains-carrying/relay cables separately, ideally in earthed (grounded)
metal conduit. Use twisted pair output leads or screened cable with the screen connected to the case earth (ground) stud.
Ensure that the cables enter the analyzer through the glands nearest the appropriate screw terminals and are short and
direct. Do not tuck excess cable into the terminal compartment.
 Ensure that the IP65 rating is not compromised when using cable glands, conduit fittings and blanking plugs/bungs (M20
holes). The M20 glands accept cable of between 5 and 9mm (0.2 and 0.35 in.) diameter.
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6.3.1 Relay Contact Protection and Interference Suppression
If the relays are used to switch loads on and off, the relay contacts can become eroded due to arcing. Arcing also generates radio
frequency interference (RFI) which can result in analyzer malfunctions and incorrect readings. To minimize the effects of RFI, arc
suppression components are required; resistor/capacitor networks for AC applications or diodes for DC applications. These
components must be connected across the load – see Fig. 6.6.
For AC applications the value of the resistor/capacitor network depends on the load current and inductance that is switched. Initially,
fit a 100R/0.022 µF RC suppressor unit (part no. B9303) as shown in Fig. 6.6A. If the analyzer malfunctions (locks up, display goes
blank, resets etc.) the value of the RC network is too low for suppression and an alternative value must be used. If the correct value
cannot be obtained, contact the manufacturer of the switched device for details on the RC unit required.
For DC applications fit a diode as shown in Fig. 6.6B. For general applications use an IN5406 type (600 V peak inverse voltage at
3 A).
Note. For reliable switching the minimum voltage must be greater than 12V and the minimum current greater than 100mA.
NC C NO Relay Contacts
NC C NO Relay Contacts
Diode
R
External L
AC Supply
N
C
Load
A – AC Applications
External +
DC Supply
–
Load
B – DC Applications
Fig. 6.6 Relay Contact Protection
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6 Installation
6.3.2 Cable Entry Knockouts, Wall-/Pipe-mount Analyzer
The analyzer is supplied with 7 cable glands, one fitted and six to be fitted, as required, by the user – see Fig. 6.7.
Release the four captive
screws and remove
the terminal cover plate
1
Factory-fitted cable gland
2
Secure the cable
gland with the nut
6
Cable entry knockouts
Place the blade of a small, flat bladed screwdriver
into the knockout groove and tap the
screwdriver smartly to remove the knockout
(see Note below)
Note. When removing knockouts, take
great care not to damage wiring and
components within the analyzer.
5
3
Smooth the edges of the hole
with a small round or half-round file
4
Fit an 'O' ring seal to the the cable gland
Insert the cable gland into the hole in the analyzer case from the outside.
Tighten the gland to a torque of 3.75 Nm (33 lbf. in.)
Fig. 6.7 Cable Entry Knockouts, Wall-/Pipe-mount Analyzer
Note. The cable glands must be tightened to a torque of 3.75 Nm (33 lbf. in.)
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6.4 Wall-/Pipe-mount Analyzer Connections
6.4.1 Access to Terminals
Release the four captive
screws and remove
the terminal cover plate
Terminal Block C
(Option Board)
Case Earth
(Ground) Stud
Terminal Block A
Terminal Block B
Fig. 6.8 Access to Terminals, Wall-/Pipe-mount Analyzer
Note. When refitting the terminal cover plate, tighten the captive screws to a torque of 0.40 Nm (3.5 lbf. in.)
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6.4.2 Connections
Analog Output 4
B1
TC
Third Lead
Common
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
TC
Third Lead
Common
B10
B11
B12
B13
B14
B15
B16
A16
C16 —
A15
+
Refer to Section 6.6 for pH Sensor System
Connection Details
Analog Output 2
—
C15 +
Analog Output 3
A14
C14 —
A13
+
Analog Output 1
—
C13 +
Relay 5
C12 NO
C11 NC
A11
A12
NC
Relay 3 (see Note below)
Relay 2
Temperature Compensator
Connections
Temperature Compensator
Connections
NO
NO
A10
C
C9
A9
C10 C
Relay 4
NC
C
NO
C8
A8
NC
C7
A7
C
C6
A5
A6
NC
Relay 1
NO
C5
PROFIBUS DP
connections –
refer to IM/PROBUS
A4
C
C4
C3
Not used
C2
** E
Connect supply earth (ground) to stud on case
Not used
C1
** L
** N
Terminal Block B
Terminal Block A
Power Supplies
12 to 30V DC
+
Line
100 to 240 V AC
Neutral
–
*
Not used
Terminal Block C (Option Board)
Earth (Ground)
Stud on Case
(see Fig. 6.8)
Before making any electrical connections,
see Warnings on page 47
* 250 mA Type T fues (mains AC) or
2 A Type T fuse (DC)
** Ensure polarity is correct before
switching power supply on.
Fig. 6.9 Connections, Wall-/Pipe-mount Analyzer
Note.
 Relay 3 can be configured to control the wash facility – see Section 5.4, page 33.
 Tighten the terminal screws to a torque of 0.60 Nm (5.3 lbf. in.).
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6.5 Panel-mount Analyzer Connections
6.5.1 Access to Terminals
Terminal Block A
Case Earth (Ground) Stud
Terminal Block C
(Option Board)
Terminal Block B
Fig. 6.10 Access to Terminals, Panel-mount Analyzers
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6.5.2 Connections
Terminal block A
*
Terminal Block C
(Option Board)
+ 12
Power
100 to 240 V AC to
Supplies
N **
Neutral
– 30V DC
E ** Connect supply earth (ground) to stud on case
C1
Not Used
C2
Not Used
A4 C
C4
L**
A5 NC
Line
Relay 1
C3
Terminal Block B
PROFIBUS DP
connections –
refer to IM/PROBUS
C5
Common
Third Lead
TC
Temperature Compensator
Connections
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
A6 NO
C6
Not Used
B6
A7 C
C7
C
B7
C8
NC
C9
NO
A8 NC
Relay 2
A9 NO
A10 C
A11 NC
Common
Third Lead
TC
C10 C
Relay 3 (see NNNN below)
A12 NO
A13 +
B8
Relay 4
C11 NC
Relay 5
Temperature Compensator
Connections
C12 NO
Analog Output 1
C13 +
A14 —
C14 —
A15 +
C15 +
Analog Output 2
A16 —
Analog Output 3
B9
B10
B11
B12
B13
B14
Analog Output 4
C16 —
B15
B16
Earth (Ground)
Stud on Case
(see Fig. 6.10)
Before making any electrical connections,
see Warnings on page 47
* 250 mA Type T fues (mains AC) or
2 A Type T fuse (DC)
Refer to Section 6.6 for pH Sensor System
Connection Details
** Ensure polarity is correct before
switching power supply on.
Fig. 6.11 Connections, Panel-mount Analyzers
Note.
 Relay 3 can be configured to control the wash facility – see Section 5.4, page 33.
 Tighten the terminal screws to a torque of 0.60 Nm (5.3 lbf. in.).
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6.6 pH Sensor Systems Connections
6.6.1 Standard ph Systems Connection – 2867, AP100, AP300, 7650/60, TB5, Non-ABB
When connecting one of these pH systems to the AX400 transmitter, ensure the differential input switch for the relevant sensor
is OFF.
Terminal Block B
Function
2867
AP100
AP300
Color
Color
Color
Sensor B
Sensor A
B1
B9
Temperature Compensator (if fitted) Common –
see also Note 1below
Not Used
Red
White
B2
B10
Temperature Compensator (if fitted) 3rd Lead
Not Used
Red
Grey
B3
B11
Temperature Compensator (if fitted)
Not Used
White
Red
B4
B12
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
B5
B13
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
B6
B14
Reference Electrode
Black
Black
Black
B7
B15
Screen/Shield (if fitted)
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
B8
B16
Glass/Metal Electrode
Clear
Clear
Blue
*7650/60
TB5
Non-ABB
Color
Color
Table 6.1 Standard ph Systems Connection – 2867, AP100, AP300
Terminal Block B
Function
Sensor B
Sensor A
B1
B9
Temperature Compensator (if fitted) Common –
see also Note 1below
Red
White
B2
B10
Temperature Compensator (if fitted) 3rd Lead
Red
Link to White
B3
B11
Temperature Compensator (if fitted)
White
Red
B4
B12
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
B5
B13
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
B6
B14
Reference Electrode
Black
Black
B7
B15
Screen/Shield (if fitted)
Yellow
Not Used
B8
B16
Glass/Metal Electrode
Clear
Blue
Connect as per
function –
refer to
(non-ABB)
sensor system
manual for cable
colors
*See Note 2
Table 6.2 Standard ph Systems Connection – 7650/60, TB5, Non-ABB
Note.
1. If the sensor is fitted with a 2-wire PT100, Pt1000 or 3K Balco temperature compensator, link terminals B9 and B10 (and
B1 and B2 if dual input analyzer).
2. Discard large green wire as not required with this transmitter.
3. Redox systems are not temperature compensated so do not have temperature sensors. To remove temperature error
messages, set Temperature Sensor to NONE. If a temperature sensor is used for a separate temperature display, set
Temperature Sensor to the correct type – see Section 5.3, page 30.
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6.6.2 Differential ph Systems Connections – Capable of Providing Sensor Diagnostics (AP200, TBX5)
When connecting one of these pH systems to the AX400 transmitter, ensure the differential input switch for the relevant sensor is ON.
See Section 5.4, page 33 for sensor diagnostics configuration. If diagnostics are not required leave them switched off.
Terminal Block B
Function
AP200
*TBX5
Color
Color
Sensor B
Sensor A
B1
B9
Temperature Compensator (if fitted) Common –
see also Note 1below
Grey
White
B2
B10
Temperature Compensator (if fitted) 3rd Lead
White
Link to White
B3
B11
Temperature Compensator (if fitted)
Green
Red
B4
B12
Reference
Blue
Black
B5
B13
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
B6
B14
Solution Earth (Ground Rod)
Green/Yellow
Green
B7
B15
Screen/Shield (if fitted)
Red
Yellow
B8
B16
Glass/Metal Electrode
Clear
Blue
Table 6.3 Differential ph Systems Connection – AP200, TBX5
*In normal operation do not connect the heavy green wire. If noisy readings are obtained, connect the wire to the earth stud.
Note.
1. If the sensor is fitted with a 2-wire PT100, Pt1000 or 3K Balco temperature compensator, link terminals B9 and B10 (and
B1 and B2 if dual input analyzer.).
2. Redox systems are not temperature compensated so do not have temperature sensors. To remove temperature error
messages, set Temperature Sensor to NONE. If a temperature sensor is used for a separate temperature display, set
Temperature Sensor to the correct type – see Section 5.3, page 30.
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7 Calibration
Note.
 The analyzer is calibrated by the Company prior to dispatch and the Factory Settings pages are protected by an access
code.
 Routine recalibration is not necessary – high stability components are used in the analyzer's input circuitry and, once
calibrated, the Analog-to-Digital converter chip self-compensates for zero and span drift. It is therefore unlikely that the
calibration will change over time.
 Do Not attempt recalibration without first contacting ABB.
 Do Not attempt recalibration unless the input board has been replaced or the Factory Calibration tampered with.
 Prior to attempting recalibration, test the analyzer's accuracy using suitably calibrated test equipment – see Section 7.1,
page 56 and see Section 7.2, page 56.
7.1 Equipment Required
1. Millivolt source (pH or Redox input simulator): –1000 to 1000 mV.
2. Decade resistance box (Pt100/Pt1000 temperature input simulator): 0 to 10 k (in increments of 0.01 ), accuracy ±0.1 %.
3. Digital milliammeter (current output measurement): 0 to 20 mA.
Note. Resistance boxes have an inherent residual resistance that may range from a few m up to 1 . This value must be taken
into account when simulating input levels, as should the overall tolerance of the resistors within the boxes.
7.2 Preparation
1. Switch off the supply and disconnect the conductivity cell(s), temperature compensator(s) and current output(s) from the
analyzer's terminal blocks.
2. Sensor A – Fig. 7.1:
a. Link terminals B9 and B10.
b. Connect the millivolt source to terminals B14 (–ve) and B16 (+ve) to simulate the pH or Redox input. Connect the millivolt
source earth to the Case Earth (Ground) Stud – see Fig. 6.8 (wall-/pipe-mount analyzer) or Fig. 6.10 (panel-mount analyzer).
c. Connect the 0 to 10 k decade resistance box to terminals B9 and B11 to simulate the Pt100/Pt1000/Balco 3K.
Sensor B (dual input analyzers only) – Fig. 7.1:
a. Link terminals B1 and B2.
b. Connect the millivolt source to terminals B6 (–ve) and B8 (+ve) to simulate the pH or Redox input. Connect the millivolt source
earth to the Case Earth (Ground) Stud – see Fig. 6.8 or (wall-/pipe-mount analyzer) or Fig. 6.10 (panel-mount analyzer).
c. Connect the 0 to 10 k decade resistance box to terminals B1 and B3 to simulate the Pt100/Pt1000/Balco 3K.
3. Connect the milliammeter to the analog output terminals.
4. Switch on the supply and allow ten minutes for the circuits to stabilize.
5. Select the FACTORY SETTINGS page and carry out Section 7.3.
Terminal link
Sensor A Terminal Numbers
Sensor B Terminal Numbers B1
B9
B10
B2
B11
B3
B12
B4
B13
B5
B14
B6
–ve
Temperature
Simulator
B15
B7
B16
B8
+ve
pH/Redox
Input Simulator
Fig. 7.1 Analyzer Terminal Links and Decade Resistance Box Connections
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7.3 Factory Settings
Use the Sidescroll Key to scroll through the Pages within each Menu
Section 7.3, Page 58
FACTORY SETTINGS
Use the Menu
Key to scroll
through
the Menus
Factory Set Code
Use the Downscroll
Key to scroll through
the Frames
within each Page
To OPERATING PAGE
Cal. Output 2
Cal. Output 3
Cal. Sensor A
Cal. Sensor B
Cal. Output 1
A:mV Zero (-1V)
B:mV Zero (-1V)
O1: Adjust 4mA
A:mV Span (+1V)
B:mV Span (+1V)
O1: Adjust 20mA
A:T.Zero (100R)
B:T.Zero (100R)
A:T.Span (150R)
B:T.Span (150R)
A:T.Zero (1K0)
B:T.Zero (1K0)
A:T.Span (1K5)
B:T.Span (1K5)
A:T.Zero (2K0)
B:T.Zero (2K0)
A:T.Span (5K0)
B:T.Span (5K0)
Cal. Output 4
O2: Adjust 4mA
O3: Adjust 4mA
O4: Adjust 4mA
O2: Adjust 20mA
O3: Adjust 20mA
O4: Adjust 20mA
Option Board
Alter Fact.Code
Note. The Option Board page is
displayed only if the option board is fitted.
Key
Available only if the Option Board is fitted
and Analog features enabled – see page 61
Dual input analyzer only
Fig. 7.2 Overall Factory Settings Chart
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-----
FACTORY SETTINGS
Factory Settings Access Code
Enter the required code number (between 0000 and 19999) to gain access to the
factory settings. If an incorrect value is entered, access to subsequent frames is
prevented and the display reverts to the top of the page.
0000
Factory Set Code
Calibrate Sensor A
Note. The values in the display lines for sensor calibration are shown only as
examples – the actual values obtained will differ.
-----
Cal. Sensor A
Cal. Sensor B
Sensor B calibration (dual input analyzers only) is identical to Sensor A calibration.
Cal. Output 1
Single input analyzers only – see page 61.
Monitoring pH
Monitoring Redox
Dual Redox
Operating Page – see Section 2.3, page 6.
pH/Redox
Calibrate Input for Sensor A ?
If calibration is required select Yes otherwise select No.
Yes
No
-----
Note. To abort calibration, press the
complete – see next page.
Calibrate I/P ?
key again at any time before calibration is
No
Yes
-1000 mV
-1000 Calib
Millivolt Zero
Set the millivolt source to –1000 mV.
The display advances automatically to the next step once a stable and valid value is
recorded.
A:mV Zero (-1V)
Note. The upper 6-segment display shows the measured input voltage. Once the
signal is within range the lower 6-segment display shows the same value and Calib is
displayed to indicate that calibration is in progress.
1000 mV
1000 Calib
Millivolt Span
100.0 Ohms
100.0 Calib
Temperature Zero (100R)
Set the millivolt source to +1000 mV.
The display advances automatically to the next step once a stable and valid value is
recorded.
A:mV Span (+1V)
Set the temperature simulator to 100 
The display advances automatically to the next step once a stable and valid value is
recorded.
A:T.Zero (100R)
A: T.Zero (1K0)
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Continued on next page.
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AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
150.0 Ohms
150.0 Calib
Temperature Span (150R)
1000 Ohms
1000 Calib
Temperature Zero (1k0)
1500
1500 Calib
Temperature Span (1k5)
7 Calibration
Set the temperature simulator to 150 
The display advances automatically to the next step once a stable and valid value is
recorded.
A:T.Span (150R)
Set the temperature simulator to 1000 
The display advances automatically to the next step once a stable and valid value is
recorded.
A:T.Zero (1K0)
Ohms
Set the temperature simulator to 1500 
The display advances automatically to the next step once a stable and valid value is
recorded.
A:T.Span (1K5)
2000 Ohms
2000 Calib
Temperature Zero (2k0)
5000 Ohms
5000 Calib
Temperature Span (5k0)
Set the temperature simulator to 2000 
The display advances automatically to the next step once a stable and valid value is
recorded.
A:T.Zero (2K0)
Set the temperature simulator to 5000 
A:T.Span (5K0)
The display returns automatically to Cal. Sensor A once a stable and valid value is
recorded.
Cal. Sensor A
Abort Calibration
No
Yes
Select Yes or No
-----
A: Abort Cal.
Yes selected:
A:T.Zero (100R)
–
before completion of A:mV Span (+1V) frame – calibration advances to A:T.Zero
(100R) and continues.
CAL. SENSOR A
–
after completion of A:mV Span (+1V) frame – the display returns to the Calibrate
Sensor A page.
No selected – calibration continues from the point at which the
pressed.
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Calibrate Output 1
Note. When adjusting the 4 and 20 mA outputs, the display reading is unimportant
and is used only to indicate that the output is changing when the
and
keys
are pressed.
-----
Cal. Output 1
Cal. Output 2
See below.
Adjust 4mA
Use the
16000
and
keys to set the milliammeter reading to 4 mA.
Note. The analog output range selected in Configure Outputs (Section 5.6) does not
affect the reading.
O1: Adjust 4mA
Adjust 20mA
Use the
7200
keys to set the milliammeter reading to 20 mA.
Note. The analog output range selected in Configure Outputs (Section 5.6) does not
affect the reading.
O1: Adjust 20mA
Cal. Output 1
and
Cal. Output 2
See below.
Monitoring pH
Redox (ORP)
Dual Redox
Operating Page – see Section 2.3, page 6.
pH/Redox (ORP)
Calibrate Output 2
Note. Output 2 calibration is identical to Output 1 calibration.
-----
Cal. Output 2
Cal. Output 3
Option Board
Alter Fact. Code
Option board fitted and analog features enabled – continued on next page.
Option board fitted, additional features disabled – continued on next page.
Option board not fitted – continued on next page.
7200
O1: Adjust 20mA
Cal. Output 3
Cal. Output 2
Option Board
Alter Fact. Code
Option board fitted and analog features enabled – continued on next page.
Option board fitted, additional features disabled – continued on next page.
Option board not fitted – continued on next page.
Monitoring pH
Redox (ORP)
Dual Redox
Operating Page – see Section 2.3, page 6.
pH/Redox (ORP)
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AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
7 Calibration
Option Board
Fitted and Analog
Features Enabled
Calibrate Output 3
Note.
-----
 Output 3 (and Output 4) calibration is applicable only if the Option board is fitted
and analog features enabled – see below.
Cal. Output 3
 Output 3 calibration is identical to Output 2 calibration.
Calibrate Output 4
Note. Output 4 calibration is identical to Output 3 calibration.
-----
Cal. Output 4
Option Board
Fitted, Additional
Features Disabled
Configure Option Board
Analog
Note.
-----
Pb Dp
 This frame is displayed only if an option board is fitted.
 The software detects if an option board is fitted but cannot detect the additional
features available.
Option Board
 If an option board is fitted, the correct selection must be made below to enable
use of the available features. If an incorrect selection is made, the software
menus and frames associated with that option are displayed in the Operating
and Configuration pages but the features do not work.
Use the
Option Board
Not Fitted
and
keys to enable the features for the type of option(s) fitted:
Analog
–
Pb Dp
Analog + Pb Dp
–
–
Analog features enabled (comprising two additional
analog outputs, two additional alarm relays, clock and
logbook facility).
Profibus-DP digital communications features enabled.
Both analog and Profibus-DP features enabled.
Alter Factory Code
Set the factory settings access code to a value between 0000 and 19999.
0000
Alter Fact. Code
FACTORY SETTINGS
Return to main menu.
Monitoring pH
Redox (ORP)
Dual Redox
Operating Page – see Section 2.3, page 6.
pH/Redox (ORP)
IM/AX4PH Rev. O
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Single and dual input analyzers for pH/Redox (ORP)
AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
8 Simple Fault Finding
8 Simple Fault Finding
8.2 Calibration Fail Message or No Response to
pH/Redox Changes
8.1 Error Messages
The majority of problems are associated with the electrodes and
cabling. Replace the electrodes as an initial check – refer to the
appropriate instruction manual. It is also important that all
program parameters have been entered correctly and have not
been altered inadvertently – see Section 7, page 56.
If erroneous or unexpected results are obtained, the fault may
be indicated in the Operating Page by an error message – see
Table 8.1. However, some faults may cause problems with
analyzer calibration or give discrepancies when compared with
independent laboratory measurements.
Error Message
Possible Cause
A: FAULTY Pt100
A: FAULTY Pt1000
A: FAULTY BALCO
Temperature compensator/associated
connections for Sensor A are either open
circuit or short circuit.
B: FAULTY Pt100
B: FAULTY Pt1000
B: FAULTY BALCO
Temperature compensator/associated
connections for Sensor B are either open
circuit or short circuit.
A: CAL LOW SLOPE
B: CAL LOW SLOPE
Although the calibration has not failed, the
electrode pair associated with the sensor
indicated is becoming fatigued and
replacement is recommended.
A: PH CAL FAILED
B: PH CAL FAILED
The calibration of the sensor indicated has
failed. Check buffer values and repeat
buffering. If the fault persists, replace the
electrodes.
WASH INHIBITED
Wash Function is set to Off. Set Wash
Function to On – see Section 2.3.3, page 8.
A: OUT OF SAMPLE
A: BROKEN CABLE
(alternating display)
B: OUT OF SAMPLE
B: BROKEN CABLE
(alternating display)
1. The sensor indicated is not fully immersed
in sample.
A: BROKEN CABLE
B: BROKEN CABLE
The cable associated with the sensor
indicated may be damaged.
2.The cable associated with the sensor
indicated may be damaged.
1. The glass electrode associated with the
A: LOW GLASS IMP.
sensor indicated may be broken.
A: BROKEN CABLE
2.The cable associated with the sensor
(alternating display)
B: LOW GLASS IMP. indicated may be damaged.
B: BROKEN CABLE
3.The connections associated with the
(alternating display)
sensor indicated may be faulty.
A: CHECK REF.
B: CHECK REF.
If the above checks do not resolve the fault:
1. Check that the analyzer responds to a millivolt input.
Connect a pH simulator, such as Model 2410, to the
transmitter input; +ve to glass and –ve to reference – see
Section 6.4, page 50 or 6.5. Select the CONFIG. SENSORS
page and set the Probe Type to Redox or ORP. Check that
the analyzer displays the correct values as set on the
simulator.
Note. A normal laboratory mV source is not suitable
for use as a pH simulator.
Failure to respond to the input indicates a fault with the
analyzer which must be returned to the Company for
repair. Correct response, but with incorrect readings,
usually indicates a calibration problem. Recalibrate the
analyzer as detailed in Section 7.
2. Use the pH simulator to carry out an impedance check on
the analyzer, i.e. glass to reference, glass to earth and
reference to earth – refer to simulator manual.
If the analyzer fails this test, check for moisture within the
transmitter and in particular the terminal compartment. It is
vital that all evidence of moisture is removed with the use
of a hot air drier.
3. Reconnect the electrode cable and connect the simulator
to the electrode end of the cable. Repeat the procedures
1) and 2) above. If the analyzer fails test 2), check for
moisture around the connections and check that the
insulation on the inner co-axial conductor is clean and that
the graphite layer has been removed.
The reference electrode associated with the
sensor indicated may need cleaning or the
sensor may need replacing.
Table 8.1 Error Messages
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AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
8 Simple Fault Finding
8.3 Checking the Temperature Input
Check the analyzer responds to a temperature input.
Disconnect the Pt100/Pt1000/Balco 3K leads and connect a
suitable resistance box directly to the analyzer inputs – see
Section 6.4, page 50 (wall-/pipe-mount analyzer) or see Section
6.5, page 52 (panel-mount analyzer). Check the analyzer
displays the correct values as set on the resistance box – see
Table 8.2.
Incorrect readings usually indicate an electrical calibration
problem. Re-calibrate the analyzer as detailed in Section 7.
Temperature
Input Resistance ()
ºC
ºF
Pt100
Pt1000
Balco 3K
0
32
100.00
1000.0
2663
10
50
103.90
1039.0
2798
20
68
107.79
1077.9
2933
25
77
109.73
1097.3
3000
30
86
111.67
1116.7
3068
40
104
115.54
1155.4
3203
50
122
119.40
1194.0
3338
60
140
123.24
1232.4
3473
70
158
127.07
1270.7
3608
80
176
130.89
1308.9
3743
90
194
134.70
1347.0
3878
100
212
138.50
1385.0
4013
130.5
267
150.00
1500.0
4424
Table 8.2 Temperature Readings for Resistance Inputs
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Single and dual input analyzers for pH/Redox (ORP)
AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
9 Specification
9 Specification
pH/Redox (ORP) – AX460 and AX466
Conductivity – AX416 Only
Inputs
One or two* pH or mV inputs and solution earth
One or two* temperature sensors
Range
Programmable 0 to 0.5 to 0 to 10,000 µS/cm
(with various cell constants)
Enables connection to glass or enamel pH and reference sensors and
Redox (ORP) sensors
Minimum span
10 x cell constant
*AX466 only
Input resistance
Glass >1 x 1013
Reference 1 x 10 
13
Range
–2 to 16 ph or –1200 to +1200 mV
Minimum span
Any 2 ph span or 100 mV
Resolution
0.01 pH
Accuracy
0.01 pH
Temperature compensation modes
Automatic or manual Nernstian compensation
Range –10 to 200 °C (14 to 392 °F)
Process solution compensation with configurable coefficient
Range –10 to 200 °C (14 to 392 °F)
Maximum span
10,000 x cell constant
Units of measure
µS/cm, µS/m, mS/cm, mS/m, M-cm and TDS
Accuracy
Better than ±0.01 % of span (0 to 100 µS/cm)
Better than ±1 % of reading (10,1000 µS/cm)
Operating temperature range
–10 to 200 °C (14 to 392 °F)
Temperature compensation
–10 to 200 °C (14 to 392 °F)
Temperature coefficient
Programmable 0 to 5 %/°C and fixed temperature compensation
curves (programmable) for acids, neutral salts and ammonia
Temperature sensor
Programmable Pt100 or Pt1000
Reference Temperature
25 °C (77 °F)
adjustable –0.05 to +0.02 %/°C (–0.02 to +0.009 %/°F)
Temperature sensor
Programmable Pt100, Pt1000 or Balco 3 k
Display
Type
Dual 5-digit, 7-segment backlit LCD
Calibration Ranges
Check value (zero point)
0 to 14 pH
Slope
Between 40 and 105 % (low limit user-configurable)
Electrode Calibration Modes
Calibration with auto-stability checking
Automatic 1 or 2 point calibration selectable from:
Information
16-character, single line dot-matrix
Energy-saving function
Backlit LCD configurable as ON or Auto-Off after 60 s
Logbook*
Electronic record of major process events and calibration data
Real-time clock*
Records time for logbook and auto-manual functions
*Available if option board is fitted
ABB
DIN
Merck
NIST
US Tech
2 x user-defined buffer tables for manual entry,
2-point calibration or single-point process calibration
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AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
9 Specification
Relay Outputs – On/Off
Control Function – AX460 Only
Number of relays
Three supplied as standard or five with option board fitted
Controller Type
P, PI, PID (configurable)
Number of set points
Three supplied as standard or five with option board fitted
Set point adjustment
Configurable as normal or failsafe high/low or diagnostic alert
Control Outputs
Output
Can be assigned a maximum of two relays, two analog outputs, or
one of each
Hysteresis of reading
Programmable 0 to 5 % in 0.1 % increments
Analog
Current output control (0 to 100 %)
Delay
Programmable 0 to 60 s in 1 s intervals
Time proportioning cycle time
1.0 to 300.0 s, programmable in increments of 0.1 s
Relay contacts
Single-pole changeover
Pulse frequency
1 to 120 pulses per minute, programmable in increments of 1 pulse
per minute
Rating 5 A, 115/230 V AC, 5 A DC
Insulation
2 kV RMS contacts to earth/ground
Analog Outputs
Number of current outputs (fully isolated)
Two supplied as standard or four with option board fitted
Output ranges
0 to 10 mA, 0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20 mA
Analog output programmable to any value between 0 and 22 mA to
indicate system failure
Accuracy
±0.25 % FSD, ±0.5 % of reading (whichever is the greater)
Resolution
0.1 % at 10mA, 0.05 % at 20 mA
Maximum load resistance
750 at 20 mA
Configuration
Can be assigned to either measured variable or either sample
temperature
Digital Communications
Communications
Profibus-DP (with option board fitted)
Controller action
Reverse, direct or bi-directional (programmable)
Proportional band
0.1 to 999.9 %, programmable in increments of 0.1 %
Integral action time (Integral reset)
1 to 7200 s, programmable in increments of 1 s (0 = Off)
Derivative
0.1 to 999.9s programmable in increments of 0.1s, available only for
single set point control
Auto/Manual
User-programmable
Access to Functions
Direct keypad access
Measurement, maintenance, configuration, diagnostics and service
functions
Performed without external equipment or internal jumpers
Sensor Cleaning Function
Configurable cleaning action relay contact
Continuous
Pulse in 1 s on and off times
Frequency
5 minutes to 24 hours, programmable in 15 minute increments up to
1 hour then in 1 hour increments for 1 to 24 hours
Duration
15 s to 10 minutes, programmable in 15 s increments up to 1 minute
then in 1 minute increments up to 10 minutes
Recovery period
30 s to 5 minutes, programmable in 30 s increments
IM/AX4PH Rev. O
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Single and dual input analyzers for pH/Redox (ORP)
AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
9 Specification
Mechanical Data
Environmental Data
Wall-/Pipe-mount versions
IP65 (not evaluated under UL certification)
Operating temperature limits
–20 to 55 °C (–4 to 131 °F)
Dimensions 192 mm high x 230 mm wide x 94 mm deep
(7.56 in. high x 9.06 in. wide x 3.7 in. deep)
Storage temperature limits
–25 to 75 °C (–13 to 167 °F)
Weight 1 kg (2.2 lb)
Operating humidity limits
Up to 95 %RH non condensing
Panel-mount versions
IP65 (front only)
Dimensions 96mm x 96mm x 162mm deep
(3.78 in. x 3.78 in. x 6.38 in. deep)
EMC
Emissions and immunity
Meets requirements of:
Weight 0.6kg (1.32 lb)
Cable Entry Types
Standard
North American
EN61326 (for an industrial environment)
EN50081-2
5 or 7 x M20 cable glands
1
7 x knockouts suitable for /2 in. Hubble gland
Power Supply
Voltage requirements
100 to 240 V AC 50/60 Hz
(90 V Min. to 264 V Max. AC)
12 to 30 V DC
Power consumption
10 W
Insulation
Mains to earth (line to ground) 2 kV RMS
EN50082-2
Approvals, Certification and Safety
Safety approval
UL
CE Mark
Covers EMC & LV Directives (including latest version EN 61010)
General safety
EN61010-1
Overvoltage Class II on inputs and outputs
Pollution category 2
Languages
Languages configurable:
English
French
German
Italian
Spanish
DS/AX4PH–EN Rev. K
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Single and dual input analyzers for pH/Redox (ORP)
AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
Appendix A – Buffer Solutions
Appendix A – Buffer Solutions
Temp
ºF
1.68 pH
4.01 pH
6.86 pH
9.18 pH
0
32
1.666
4.003
6.984
9.464
5
41
1.668
3.999
6.951
9.395
10
50
1.670
3.998
6.923
9.332
15
59
1.672
3.999
6.900
9.276
20
68
1.675
4.002
6.881
9.225
25
77
1.679
4.008
6.865
9.180
30
86
1.683
4.015
6.853
9.139
35
95
1.688
4.024
6.844
9.102
9.18 pH
40
104
1.694
4.035
6.838
9.068
9.475
45
113
1.700
4.047
6.834
9.038
9.409
50
122
1.707
4.060
6.833
9.011
9.347
55
131
1.715
4.075
6.834
8.985
9.288
60
140
1.723
4.091
6.836
8.962
149
1.743
4.126
6.845
8.921
1.766
4.164
6.859
8.885
The pH value of buffer solutions is influenced considerably by
temperature variations. Thus, when significant temperature
fluctuations occur, it is general practice to correct automatically
the measured, prevailing pH to the value that would apply if the
solution temperature were 25 ºC (77 ºF), the internationally
accepted standard.
Tables A1 to A5 include the pH values for ABB, DIN, Merck,
NIST, and US Technical buffer solutions. Standards are for 4, 7
and 9 pH values, from 0 to 95 ºC (32 to 203 ºF).
Temp
ºC
ABB Buffers
ºF
4.01 pH
0
32
4.000
5
41
3.998
10
50
3.997
15
59
3.998
7 pH
7.110
7.060
DIN 19266 Buffers
ºC
20
68
4.001
7.010
9.233
65
25
77
4.005
7.000
9.182
70
158
9.134
75
167
9.091
80
176
9.051
85
185
9.015
90
194
1.792
4.205
6.877
8.850
8.983
95
203
1.806
4.227
6.886
8.833
30
86
4.011
35
95
4.018
40
104
4.027
45
113
4.038
50
122
4.050
55
131
4.064
60
140
4.080
65
149
4.097
70
158
4.116
75
167
4.137
80
176
4.159
85
185
4.183
90
194
4.208
95
203
4.235
Table A.1 ABB Buffer Solutions
6.980
6.970
6.970
8.956
6.970
Table A.2 DIN Buffer Solutions
8.932
8.913
6.990
7.030
7.080
Temp
Merck Buffers
8.898
ºC
ºF
4 pH
7 pH
9 pH
10 pH
8.888
0
32
4.05
7.13
9.24
10.26
8.882
5
41
4.04
7.07
9.16
10.17
8.880
10
50
4.02
7.05
9.11
10.11
8.884
15
59
4.01
7.02
9.05
10.05
8.892
20
68
4.00
7.00
9.00
10.00
25
77
4.01
6.98
8.95
8.95
30
86
4.01
6.98
8.91
9.89
35
95
4.01
6.96
8.88
9.84
40
104
4.01
6.95
8.85
9.82
45
113
4.01
6.95
8.82
50
122
4.00
6.95
8.79
55
131
4.00
6.95
8.76
60
140
4.00
6.96
8.73
65
149
4.00
6.96
8.72
70
158
4.00
6.96
8.70
75
167
4.00
6.96
8.68
80
176
4.00
6.97
8.66
85
185
4.00
6.98
8.65
90
194
4.00
7.00
8.64
9.49
95
203
4.00
7.02
8.64
8.833
9.74
9.67
9.62
9.55
Table A.3 Merck Buffer Solutions
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AX416, AX436, AX460, AX466 & AX468
Temp
NIST Buffers
Temp
US Technical Buffers
ºC
ºF
4.01 pH
6.86 pH
9.18 pH
ºC
ºF
4.01 pH
7 pH
10.01 pH
0
32
4.003
6.982
9.460
0
32
4.000
7.118
10.317
5
41
3.998
6.949
9.392
5
41
3.998
7.087
10.245
10
50
3.996
6.921
9.331
10
50
3.997
7.059
10.179
15
59
3.996
6.898
9.276
15
59
3.998
7.036
10.118
20
68
3.999
6.878
9.227
20
68
4.001
7.016
10.062
25
77
4.004
6.863
9.183
25
77
4.005
7.000
10.012
30
86
4.011
6.851
9.143
30
86
4.011
6.987
9.966
35
95
4.020
6.842
9.107
35
95
4.018
6.977
9.925
40
104
4.030
6.836
9.074
40
104
4.027
6.970
9.889
45
113
4.042
6.832
9.044
45
113
4.038
6.965
9.857
50
122
4.055
6.831
9.017
50
122
4.050
6.964
9.828
55
131
4.070
55
131
4.064
6.965
60
140
4.085
60
140
4.080
6.968
65
149
65
149
4.097
6.974
70
158
70
158
4.116
6.982
75
167
75
167
4.137
6.992
80
176
80
176
4.159
7.004
85
185
85
185
4.183
7.018
90
194
4.190
90
194
4.208
7.034
95
203
4.210
95
203
4.235
7.052
4.120
4.160
Table A.4 NIST Buffer Solutions
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Appendix A – Buffer Solutions
Table A.5 US Technical Buffer Solutions
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