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Instruction Manual
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Trace Oxygen Analyzer
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PREFACE...........................................................................................................................................P-1
Intended Use Statement.....................................................................................................................P-1
Definitions ...........................................................................................................................................P-1
Safety Summary .................................................................................................................................P-2
Authorized Personnel .........................................................................................................................P-2
General Precautions For Handling And Storing High Pressure Gas Cylinders .................................P-4
Documentation....................................................................................................................................P-5
Compliances .......................................................................................................................................P-5
Glossary Of Terms ...........................................................................................................................P-6
1-0
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS..............................................................................1-1
Overview................................................................................................................................1-1
Typical Applications...............................................................................................................1-1
Theory Of Technology ...........................................................................................................1-1
Features.................................................................................................................................1-1
Specifications.........................................................................................................................1-4
a. General ...........................................................................................................................1-4
b. Sample ............................................................................................................................1-4
c. Physical...........................................................................................................................1-4
d. Gas Connections.............................................................................................................1-4
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2-2
INSTALLATION ....................................................................................................................2-1
Unpacking..............................................................................................................................2-1
Assembly ...............................................................................................................................2-1
a. Electrolyte Addition .........................................................................................................2-1
Location .................................................................................................................................2-1
Gases ....................................................................................................................................2-1
a. Requirements..................................................................................................................2-1
b. Connections ....................................................................................................................2-2
c. Leak Test ........................................................................................................................2-4
Electrical Connections ...........................................................................................................2-5
2-3
2-4
2-5
3-0
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
3-5
3-6
3-7
3-8
STARTUP AND OPERATION ............................................................................................3-1
Overview................................................................................................................................3-1
Displays .................................................................................................................................3-1
a. Run Mode Display...........................................................................................................3-1
b. Menu Displays.................................................................................................................3-1
c. Help Displays ..................................................................................................................3-2
Startup Procedure .................................................................................................................3-3
Quick Start Feature ...............................................................................................................3-3
Gas Scale Factor (GSF) ........................................................................................................3-3
Calibration..............................................................................................................................3-3
Routine Operation .................................................................................................................3-4
Alarm indication .....................................................................................................................3-5
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4-4
4-5
4-6
4-7
MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING .....................................................................4-1
Overview................................................................................................................................4-1
a. Water Addition.................................................................................................................4-2
Fuses .....................................................................................................................................4-2
Electrolyte Replacement........................................................................................................4-2
Sensor Replacement .............................................................................................................4-2
Flow Sensor Replacement ....................................................................................................4-3
Printed Circuit Boards............................................................................................................4-3
Troubleshooting.....................................................................................................................4-3
5-0
5-1
5-2
REPLACEMENT PARTS ......................................................................................................5-1
Matrix .....................................................................................................................................5-1
Replacement Parts ................................................................................................................5-1
6-0
6-1
6-2
6-3
RETURN OF MATERIAL ....................................................................................................6-1
Return Of Material .................................................................................................................6-1
Customer Service ..................................................................................................................6-1
Training..................................................................................................................................6-1
7-0
7-1
7-2
APPENDIX A. MENU STRUCTURE....................................................................................7-1
NGA TO2 Menu Structure Introduction .................................................................................7-1
NGA TO2 Analyzer Module Menus .......................................................................................7-1
8-0
APPENDIX B. USER INTERFACE HELP ...........................................................................8-1
9-0
INDEX....................................................................................................................................9-1
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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Figure 1-1.
Figure 1-2.
Figure 2-1.
Figure 2-2.
Figure 2-3.
Figure 2-4.
Figure 3-1.
Figure 3-2.
Figure 3-3.
Figure 3-4.
Figure 3-5.
Figure 3-6.
Figure 4-1.
Figure 4-2.
Trace Oxygen Detector Technology...................................................................... 1-2
Trace Oxygen Analyzer Module – Top View ......................................................... 1-3
Analyzer Module Interconnection with Instrument Platform .................................. 2-2
Trace Oxygen Analyzer Outline and Mounting Dimensions.................................. 2-3
Trace Oxygen Analyzer Back Panel Connections................................................. 2-4
Trace Oxygen Analyzer Front Panel ..................................................................... 2-5
Run Mode Display ................................................................................................. 3-1
Main Menu ............................................................................................................. 3-1
Basic Controls Menu.............................................................................................. 3-2
Expert Controls Menu ............................................................................................ 3-2
Analyzer Module Set-up Menu .............................................................................. 3-2
Typical Help Menu (shown is Zero/Span Calibration Help)................................... 3-2
Trace Oxygen Analyzer Sensor Assembly ............................................................ 4-1
Load Factory Calibration Data Menu..................................................................... 4-3
LIST OF TABLES
Table 3-1.
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PREFACE
INTENDED USE STATEMENT
The purpose of this manual is to provide information concerning the components, functions, installation and
maintenance of the Model NGA2000 TO2 and the System Accessories of the NGA2000 System.
Some sections may describe equipment not used in your configuration. The user should become thoroughly familiar with the operation of this module before operating it. Read this instruction manual completely.
DEFINITIONS
The following definitions apply to DANGERS, WARNINGS, CAUTIONS and NOTES found throughout this
publication.
DANGER .
Highlights the presence of a hazard which will cause severe personal injury, death, or substantial
property damage if the warning is ignored.
WARNING .
Highlights an operation or maintenance procedure, practice, condition, statement, etc. If not
strictly observed, could result in injury, death, or long-term health hazards of personnel.
CAUTION.
Highlights an operation or maintenance procedure, practice, condition, statement, etc. If not
strictly observed, could result in damage to or destruction of equipment, or loss of effectiveness.
NOTE
Highlights an essential operating procedure,
condition or statement.
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SAFETY SUMMARY
If this equipment is used in a manner not specified in these instructions, protective systems may be impaired.
AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL
To avoid explosion, loss of life, personal injury and damage to this equipment and on-site property, all personnel authorized to install, operate and service the this equipment should be thoroughly familiar with and
strictly follow the instructions in this manual. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
WARNING
PARTS INTEGRITY
Tampering with or unauthorized substitution of components may adversely affect safety of this
product. Use only factory-approved components for repair.
WARNING .
PRESSURIZED GAS
This module requires periodic use of pressurized gas. See General Precautions For Handling And
Storing High Pressure Gas Cylinders on page P-4.
WARNING.
CAUSTIC LIQUID
Electrolyte is a caustic solution. Review the Material Safety Data Sheet in the rear of this manual.
WARNING.
POSSIBLE EXPLOSION HAZARD
This equipment is not designed and should not be used in the analysis of flammable samples. Use
of this equipment in this way could result in explosion and death.
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NOTICE
Software compatibility is necessary for all NGA2000 components in your system to work together.
The version of your Platform's software must be equal to or greater that the version of any other
module(s) for successful compatibility. If it is not, contact Rosemount Analytical at 800-441-7245 to
order software upgrade kit PN 657150 for the Platform.
You can locate the version of each NGA2000 component as follows:
Platform Controller Board
Turn power ON. The display will show "Control Module V2. ...". This is the software version.
Analyzer Module
Located on the right side of the Analyzer Module case.
I/O Module
Located on the backplane connector of the module. If no label is present, the module is Version
2.0.
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GENERAL PRECAUTIONS FOR HANDLING AND STORING HIGH
PRESSURE GAS CYLINDERS
Edited from selected paragraphs of the Compressed Gas Association's "Handbook of Compressed Gases" published in 1981
Compressed Gas Association
1235 Jefferson Davis Highway
Arlington, Virginia 22202
Used by Permission
1. Never drop cylinders or permit them to strike each other violently.
2. Cylinders may be stored in the open, but in such cases, should be protected against extremes of
weather and, to prevent rusting, from the dampness of the ground. Cylinders should be stored in the
shade when located in areas where extreme temperatures are prevalent.
3. The valve protection cap should be left on each cylinder until it has been secured against a wall or
bench, or placed in a cylinder stand, and is ready to be used.
4. Avoid dragging, rolling, or sliding cylinders, even for a short distance; they should be moved by using a
suitable hand-truck.
5. Never tamper with safety devices in valves or cylinders.
6. Do not store full and empty cylinders together. Serious suckback can occur when an empty cylinder is
attached to a pressurized system.
7. No part of cylinder should be subjected to a temperature higher than 125°F (52°C). A flame should
never be permitted to come in contact with any part of a compressed gas cylinder.
8. Do not place cylinders where they may become part of an electric circuit. When electric arc welding,
precautions must be taken to prevent striking an arc against the cylinder.
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DOCUMENTATION
The following NGA2000 Trace Oxygen Analyzer Module instruction materials are available. Contact Customer Service Center (page 6-1).
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COMPLIANCES
This product may carry approvals from several certifying agencies for use in non-hazardous, indoor locations. If so, the product will carry approval insignia on the product name-rating plate.
®
NRTL/C
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product requirements in Europe.
These products comply with the standard level of NAMUR EMC. Recommendation (May 1993).
NAMUR
This product satisfies all obligations of all relevant standards of the EMC framework in Australia and New
Zealand.
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GLOSSARY OF TERMS
Analyzer Module
The module that contains all sensor/detector components for development of a Primary Variable signal; includes all signal conditioning and temperature control circuitry.
Backplane
The interconnect circuit board which the Controller Board, Power Supply, Analyzer Module power and network cables, I/O Modules and Expansion Modules plug into.
Control Module
The Operator Interface plus the Controller Board.
Controller Board
The computer board that serves as the Network Manager and operates the Display and Keypad.
Distribution Assembly
The Backplane and the card cages that hold I/O and Expansion Modules.
Expansion Module
A circuit board that plugs into the Backplane from the front of the Platform and performs special features
not related to I/O functions.
I/O Module
A circuit board that plugs into the Backplane from the rear of the Platform. Has a connector terminal for
communication with external data acquisition devices and provides an input/output function.
Operator Interface
The Display and Keyboard.
Platform
Any workable collection of the following: Controller Board, Power Supply, Distribution Assembly, Enclosure
and Operator Interface.
Power Supply
Any of a variety of components that provides conditioned power to other NGA2000 components, from the
Power Supply Board that plugs into the front of the Backplane in a stand-alone instrument to several larger
ones that can power larger collections of modules and components.
Primary Variable
The measured species concentration value from an Analyzer Module.
Secondary Variable
Data placed on the network by a module regarding current status, e.g., sample flow, source voltage and
other diagnostic information.
System
Any collection of Analyzer Module(s), Platform (s), I/O Module(s) and Expansion Module(s)
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SECTION 1
DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
1-1 OVERVIEW
This manual describes the Trace Oxygen (TO2)
Analyzer Module of Rosemount Analytical's
NGA2000 Series of gas analysis components.
The TO2 Analyzer Module is designed to continuously determine the concentration of trace
oxygen in a flowing gaseous mixture. The concentration is expressed in parts-per-million.
based on the fact that oxygen in the sample is
reduced by an electrochemical reaction. This
reduction occurs at the cathode and results in
the generation of hydroxyl ions. These hydroxyl ions migrate to the anode where they are
oxidized to reform oxygen. The oxidation reaction generates four electrons which in turn migrate to the anode to participate in the reduction
reaction:
(Cathode Reaction)
The TO2 Analyzer Module is configured as a
shelf-mount module, designed to be installed
external from the platform on an associated
shelf capable of holding two modules side-byside, with gas connections made from the rear.
All electronics relative to sample detection and
conditioning are included in this module.
1-2 TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
The TO2 Analyzer Module has specific applications in the following areas:
• Trace oxygen in product nitrogen and argon
streams from air separation plants
• Trace oxygen in inerting atmospheres for
heat treat furnaces
• Trace oxygen in glove-box applications
O2 + 2 H2O + 4 e- → 4 OH(Anode Reaction)
4 OH- → O2 + 2 H2O + 4 eA polarizing voltage of approximately 1.3 VDC
is applied between the anode and cathode to
drive the oxidation and reduction reactions. The
resulting current flow produced by the flow of
electrons is directly proportional to the oxygen
content in the sample gas.
1-4 FEATURES
Among the features included in the TO2 Analyzer Module are:
• Quick start feature
• Electrolyte level alarm
1-3 THEORY OF TECHNOLOGY
The TO2 Analyzer Module uses the coulometric
principle of oxygen detection. This technology is
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• High oxygen protection circuit with alarm
• Sample flow indication.
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SECONDARY ANODE (+)
BI-STRATA™ DIFFUSION
BARRIER
e-
ELECTRONICS
S
SAMPLE IN
KOH
O2
-
OH
O2
SAMPLE OUT
S
eO2 SENSING CATHODE (-)
SECONDARY CATHODE (-)
O2 SENSING ANODE (-)
Figure 1-1. Trace Oxygen Detector Technology
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Sensor Assembly
Network/Power
Module
Sensor
Computer
Board
Sample Flow
Sensor
Power Board
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1-5 SPECIFICATIONS
a.
General
Measurement Species................... Trace Oxygen
Ranges .......................................... 0 to 100 ppm (output scalable down to 0-2 ppm fullscale)
Accuracy........................................ ±3% of reading or ±0.02% of range (except for ranges ≤ 100 ppm:
±3% of reading or ±0.05% of range)
Sensitivity ...................................... <10 ppb Oxygen
Noise ............................................. 1% of fullscale, peak to peak
Linearity ......................................... ±1% of fullscale
Response Time ............................. Typically 90% in less than 20 seconds
Zero Drift........................................ ≤±1% of fullscale/24 hours at constant temperature
Span Drift....................................... ≤±1% of fullscale/24 hours at constant temperature
Effect of Temperature.................... 0.32% of reading per °F from 70°F
(0.58% of reading per °C from 21°C)
Effect of Flow................................. ≤2% of reading for a flow change of ±250 cc/min (0.5 SCFH)
Operating Temperature ................. 32°F to 113°F (0°C to 45°C)
Power Requirements..................... +24 VDC ±5%, 10 W max.
Ripple and Noise: <100 mV peak to peak
Line and Load Regulations: <±1%
b.
Sample
Sample .......................................... Non-flammable (below 100% of the LEL)
Flow Rate ...................................... 0.5 to 1.5 L/min.
Supply Pressure ............................ 1027 to 1082 hPa - absolute (0.2 to 1.0 psig)
Temperature .................................. 32°F to 113°F (0°C to 45°C)
Particulates.................................... filtered to <0.1 mg/L; non-condensing at ambient temperature
Sample Humidity ........................... non-condensing at ambient temperatures
c.
Physical
Materials in contact with sample ... Stainless steel, Teflon, Delrin, neoprene
Dimensions.................................... See Figure 2-2.Trace Oxygen Analyzer Outline and Mounting
Dimensions on page 2-3
Weight ........................................... 6.8 kg (15 lbs.)
Mounting........................................ Horizontal, external to Platform or custom installed in a panel
Case Classification........................ General Purpose for installation in weather protected area
Max. Separation from Platform...... 1600 m (1 mile)
d.
Gas Connections
Sample In ...................................... 1/4 inch O.D. tube fitting
Sample Out.................................... 1/4 inch O.D. tube fitting
See the Preface Section of the Platform manual for specifications regarding Platform related components.
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SECTION 2
INSTALLATION
proximately 15 minutes and check for leaks
around the base of the reservoir, and at the
seams and corners. If a leak is found, contact the factory before proceeding. Drain
the Sensor.
2-1 UNPACKING
If the Trace Oxygen (TO2) Analyzer Module is
received as a separate unit, carefully examine
the shipping carton and contents for signs of
damage. Immediately notify the shipping carrier
if the carton or contents is damaged. Retain the
carton and packing material until all components
associated with the TO2 Analyzer Module are
operational.
Fill the Sensor with one bottle of electrolyte
supplied with the analyzer module. Use the
entire contents of the bottle.
NOTE:
2-2 ASSEMBLY
Do not add water. The volume and concentration of the bottled electrolyte is
pre-measured.
Before installation of the TO2 Analyzer Module,
electrolyte must be added to the Sensor. Follow
the procedure described below under Section 22a below.
After addition of electrolyte, locate the analyzer
module on an appropriate mounting surface and
connect the network cable to either the NETWORK 1 or NETWORK 2 connection on the
Analyzer Module, and the NETWORK connection on the Platform network I/O port. (See
Figure 2-1 on page 2-2 and Figure 2-4 on page
2-5.)
a.
Electrolyte Addition
Before adding electrolyte to the Sensor, it is
recommended to check the Sensor for possible leakage caused by damage in shipment. To check the Sensor for leakage,
remove the top cover of the Analyzer Module and locate and remove the 5 mounting
screws which hold the Sensor Assembly
(Sensor, flow meter, plumbing, inlet/outlet
fittings) to the module (see Figure 4-1 on
page 4-1). Be careful not to lose these
screws as they have metric threads. Carefully lift out the Sensor assembly and remove from the analyzer module. Place on a
flat surface and remove the black Sensor
cover by unscrewing counterclockwise.
Add distilled or deionized water to the Sensor to the maximum level indication on the
Sensor reservoir. Let Sensor stand for ap-
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Reinstall the black Sensor cover and carefully reinstall the Sensor Assembly inside
the Analyzer Module. Do not the tilt the
Sensor Assembly excessively as electrolyte
may leak out.
2-3 LOCATION
(See Figure 2-2 on page 2-3) The TO2 Analyzer Module comes standard with mounting
ears for easy installation on flat, horizontal surfaces. , Install the TO2 Analyzer Module in a
clean, weather-proofed, vibration-free location
free from extreme temperature variations and
moisture. For best results, install the instrument
near the sample stream to minimize sample
transport time.
, Operating ambient temperature is 0 °C to 45
°C (32 °F to 81 °F). Temperature change should
not exceed 10 °C (18 °F) per hour. The same
temperature restrictions apply to the location of
the zero and span gas cylinders.
2-4 GASES
a.
Requirements
The TO2 Analyzer Module requires only a
standard of accurately known composition
for use as a span gas. The span gas
should be supplied from a cylinder equipped
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with a clean, metallic diaphragm, two-stage
regulator. A shutoff valve is recommended.
Pressure
Constant between 13.8 and 69 hPa - gauge
(0.2 and 1.0 psig) sample inlet pressure is
recommended. If a needle valve is used
upstream of the Analyzer Module to control
flow, the inlet pressure to the needle valve
should not exceed 345 hPa (5 psig). A
constant sample flow rate between 1.0 to
3.0 SCFH (0.5 to 1.5 l/min) is recommended
for best results. The Analyzer Module must
vent to atmosphere to avoid back pressure
influences on the oxygen reading.
Calibration Gases
The TO2 module does not require routine
zero calibration. The zero is factory set and
does not experience routine drift. Over long
periods of time, the zero may experience
minor drift. For low ppm range analyzers,
you may wish to check the zero at one year
intervals. Oxygen-free nitrogen is recommended for use as zero gas. This gas is
certified to <0.5 ppm oxygen and can be
improved by passing the zero gas through
an oxygen scrubber such as Millipore™
Waferpure or Semigas Nanochem® resin
purifiers. A mixture of trace oxygen in a
background of nitrogen is recommended as
span gas. For maximum accuracy, the concentration of trace oxygen in the span gas
should be as high as possible for the range
of measurement.
b.
Connections
(See Figure 2-3 on page 2-4 ) Connect inlet
and outlet lines for sample to appropriately
labeled fittings on the rear panel. SAMPLE
IN and SAMPLE OUT are 1/4-inch ferruletype compression fittings. Zero and span
gases should be introduced at the SAMPLE
IN fitting at normal sample inlet flow rate.
Sample
Metallic tubing is recommended for the
sample line. The use of plastic, Teflon, or
other non-metallic tubing can result in ambient oxygen permeation through the tubing
causing higher than expected reading. Exhaust tubing should be 1/4 inch (6.3 mm) or
larger, and can be metallic or non-metallic.
The sample must be clean and dry before
entering the Analyzer Module. Sample
should be filtered for particulates down to
two microns, and should have a dewpoint at
least 5 °C (13 °F) below the coldest expected ambient temperature.
ANALYZER MODULE
CONNECTIONS
BACKPLANE
CONNECTIONS
Network 1
Backplane
Network 2
Power
Controller Board
Connector
Fuse
Network
Power Indicator Light
Power
Figure 2-1. Analyzer Module Interconnection with Instrument Platform
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7.75
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7.75
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1.61
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5.78
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.266
DIA
[6.75]
18.56
[471]
12.00
[305]
11.00
[279]
6.00
[152]
7.00
[178]
8.25
[206]
8.10
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10.15
[258]
2.70
[68]
6.62
[168]
1.2
[31]
.06
[1.5]
1.2
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Sample
Inlet
1/4" Tube
Sample
Exhaust
1/4" Tube
Figure 2-3. Trace Oxygen Analyzer Back Panel Connections
CAUTION
GAS OVERPRESSURE
At no time should sample, zero or span
gas inlet pressure exceed 69 hPa - gauge
(1.0 psig). Damage to the Sensor may
occur if this pressure level is exceeded.
c.
LEAK TEST
The TO2 Analyzer Module is completely
tested at the factory for gas leakage. The
user is responsible for testing for leakage
only at the inlet and outlet fittings on the
rear panel. Caution: Do not expose the
Sensor to pressure in excess of 1.0 psig
as this may cause damage.
CAUTION
SAMPLE FLOW
Do not test the sample pressure by
blocking the exhaust. When the pressure is released the sudden surge of
flow will spin the internal flowmeter off
its bearings and destroy it.
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Network Connections
Power Connection
Fuse
Power Indicator Light
Figure 2-4. Trace Oxygen Analyzer Front Panel
2-5 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
NOTE
Electrical connnections must be made in
compliance with National Electrical Code
(ANSI/NFPA 70) and/or any applicable national or electical codes.
Two electrical connections are required on the
Analyzer Module: POWER and NETWORK
(See Figure 2-4 above). On the Analyzer Module, two NETWORK connectors are available,
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either of which is appropriate for: 1) interconnection with the Backplane of the Platform or 2)
"daisy-chaining" with other NGA2000 components (A star connection is acceptable for LON
lengths under about 10 meters.)
Connect a source of 24 V 5A DC power to the
power inlet. Make sure that the ground connection is made, and that this is separate from the
power return lead. Failure to ensure a good
ground may result in random noise and disturbance in the analyzer readings.
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STARTUP AND OPERATION
3-1 OVERVIEW
Prior to initial startup, the user should perform
the leak test procedure outlined in Section 2.
For the remainder of this section, Analyzer
Module interconnection with a Platform or some
interfacing component will be assumed. Display
and Keypad information refers to that which the
user can expect to see and do with regard to the
Front Panel of the Platform.
TO2 1
ppm O 2
19.4
0 Range 3
50
Sensor current:
1.4403 mA
Sensor temperature:
26.3 C
Temperature current:
Sample Flow:
DISPLAY
2.01 mA
511 ml/min
PARMS.
(For a complete description of Platform Front
Panel controls and indicators, see the Platform
instruction manual.
MENU
NEXT
INFO
Figure 3-1. Run Mode Display
b.
Menu Displays
3-2 DISPLAYS
Three kinds of Display screens are available to
the user:
• Run Mode
The Menu structure enables the user to access data and functions, and put information onto the network. From the Run Mode
display, press the MENUS softkey to gain
access to the Main Menu.
• Menu
Main Menu
• Help
a.
Basic controls . . .
Run Mode Display
The Run Mode is the normal mode of operation. In this mode, the Display will show
the current gas measurement, the component of interest, the current operations of
the softkeys, and several graphics: a bar
representing the displayed concentration as
a percent of fullscale and up to four lines
showing user selectable secondary parameters from either the Analyzer Module or any
IO module bound to it. See the Platform
manual for information as to how to select
these.
If more than one Analyzer Module is connected to the system, an additional Run
Mode display will show as many as four
(five for version 2.3 and later) gas measurements on screen.
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Expert controls and set up . . .
(Operational configuration)
Technical level configuration . . .
(Diagnostic and manufacturing/service)
DISPLAY
PARMS.
NEXT
EXT LOCK
INFO
Figure 3-2. Main Menu
The Main Menu is subdivided into three levels of control based generally on which personnel is likely to use it: Basic Controls Operators, Expert Controls and set up System Engineers, and Technical level configuration - Analyzer technicians. Many layers of the menu structure are described at
appropriate places throughout this manual.
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The analyzer range settings may be configured through the Analyzer Module set up
menu, under Expert controls and set up.
From the Run Mode display, press the
MENUS softkey to gain access to the Main
Menu.
The Basic controls menu is as follows:
Analyzer module set up
Range settings . . .
Basic Controls
Measurement range number:
Range upper limit:
Range and functional control:
CURRENTRNGHI
CONTROL
Displayed parameters . . .
Analyzer tag:
Sleep Mode:
Exit Sleep Mode!
Initiate Quick Start!
Quick Start:
HOME
HOME
ESCAPE
INFO
TAG
ESCAPE
INFO
Figure 3-5. Analyzer Module Set-up Menu
Figure 3-3. Basic Controls Menu
c.
This menu allows the user to view the current range’s upper limit, Sleep mode, and
quick start status. It also allows quick start
initiation or exit from sleep mode.
The Help structure is intended to be an online "tutorial," context-sensitive and topicinterconnected, so that the user can practically operate NGA2000 without the need of
an instruction manual.
In the figure above, the words in italics are
the names of the network variables whose
values are in fact shown on the screen.
The Expert controls menu is as follows:
Expert controls
Measurement range number:
Range lower limit:
Range upper limit:
Range and functional control:
CURRENTRNGHI
CONTROL
A typical help menu:
Zero/Span calibration help
This allows manual control of the zero and span. Flow zero
gas, and make sure the zero gas value is right;
Press the zero key to make the analyzer zero.
Or select Factors and individually adjust the reading on each
range. In this way you can make the analyzer read what you
want.
Do the same with span gas. If the zero was not a real zero,
the span action will change the zero reading>
Set cal gas values in the Calibration gas list screen.
HOME
HOME
ESCAPE
INFO
Figure 3-4. Expert Controls Menu
Help Displays
ESCAPE
CALINFO
INFO
Figure 3-6. Typical Help Menu (shown is
Zero/Span Calibration Help)
This is the help screen for the calibration
menus.
This menu shows the current range number
and range limits.
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3-3 STARTUP PROCEDURE
Establish sample or zero gas flow through the
analyzer module at a nominal flow rate of 2
SCFH (1 l/min). Allow gas to flow for 15 to 30
seconds before applying power. Apply power to
the TO2 Analyzer Module.
Upon initial startup, the separate modules, Controller Board and network "self-install." The display shows the progress of the automatic
installation routine, together with a button
marked RE_INIT. If the initialization hangs up,
pressing the RE_INIT button will restart it, but
will cause all the binding information to be
erased. The Display will then appear as above.
For details on binding, please consult the Platform instruction manual.
Establish that sample flow rate is within specifications (see Section 1-5 SPECIFICATIONS on
page 1-4). Input security codes (see NGA Reference manual), calibrate, and begin routine
operation as following subsections indicate.
difference, the diffusion change can be compensated in software. The GSF can be entered
manually or calculated automatically. Calculation of the GSF requires the user to enter the
sample gas composition. In most applications,
the GSF is not required. However, some backgrounds exhibit significantly different diffusion
characteristics versus nitrogen (such as helium
or hydrogen) and the GSF may improve performance.
Under the Technical Level Configuration submenu, select Diagnostic menus... and then select Analyzer Module Diagnostics…. In the
Analyzer Module Diagnostics sub-menu select
Calibration Parameters.... In the Advanced/Expert Calibration sub-menu select Gas
Scale Factor.... To use the GSF, enter the
volumetric percentages of each component present in the sample gas. To view more background components, press the MORE softkey.
The total must add up to 100 or a new factor will
not be computed. If you have a background
component which is not shown in this menu,
please consult the factory for assistance.
3-4 QUICK START FEATURE
This analyzer module is equipped with a quick
start feature which allows the sensor to begin
measuring low ppm oxygen faster. This feature
can be used when the analyzer is first turned on
to decrease the time required for the sensor to
reach equilibrium. This function is most effective for gas sample measurements below 100
ppm. To maintain sensor life, it is recommended that this feature be used no more than
two times in any 24 hour period.
Under the Basic Controls sub-menu, move the
cursor to Initiate quick start! and press the ↵
key. The unit will begin the quick start function
immediately. This procedure will last for approximately 45 seconds. The last measured
value is held for the duration of the procedure to
prevent false reading fluctuations.
3-5 GAS SCALE FACTOR (GSF)
The Gas Scale Factor is used to correct for
background gases other than nitrogen. When
the background of the sample is other than nitrogen, the diffusion rate of oxygen into the sensor changes. By correcting for the background
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Once you have entered all the background
composition information, move the cursor to
Compute new adjusted gas scale factor! and
press the ↵ key and the analyzer module will
automatically calculate the new gas scale factor.
3-6 CALIBRATION
The TO2 analyzer module is fully factory calibrated using certified gas standards prior to
shipment. If the analyzer is operated within its
specified operating conditions, no calibration is
required. The zero calibration is very stable and
does not require checking more than once a
year. Depending upon the nature of your application, it may be beneficial to verify the span
calibration of the analyzer module every 3-4
months. The following procedure illustrates
how to initiate a zero/span calibration.
Under the Expert Controls sub-menu select Expert Analyzer Controls and Measurement…, set
the Range Number to the range that will be
used during sample analysis. Return to the
Main Menu by pressing the HOME softkey.
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Introduce zero gas into the SAMPLE INLET,
and, after a stable reading is reached, do the
following:
1. Move the cursor to Technical Level Configuration... and enter. Select Diagnostic
Menus…, then Analyzer Module Diagnostics…, and then Calibration parameters...
and enter.
2. Select the User zero calibration... to enter
the User zero calibration menu.
NOTE:
Before proceeding any further, be sure that
the zero value is stable and valid. The zero
may take 24 hours or longer to achieve stable zero for the low ranges.
11. If for any reason you want to restore the
original factory calibration data, you can do
so from the Advanced/Expert calibration
sub-menu (see step 9 above for directions
to this sub-menu). Select Restore factory
calibration! and the original values will be
restored.
NOTE:
3. Move the cursor to the Press the select key
for user zero calibration now!
Do not alter data in the Load factory calibration data... sub-menu except when replacing
sensors. Any changes made to this submenu will become the new default restore
factory calibration! values.
4. Press the ↵ key. The new zero calibration
will now be entered.
12. Press the HOME softkey to re-enter the
Main Menu.
5. Press the ← key to return to the previous
menu.
13. Press DISPLAY softkey for the Run Mode
display.
6. Introduce a suitable span gas into the
SAMPLE INLET and allow reading to stabilize. Move the cursor to the User span calibration... line and press the ↵ key.
If you are unable to calibrate the module for
some reason, see the NGA Reference manual
for a list of possible causes and solutions. The
most likely cause is the use of incorrect span
gases.
7. Move the cursor to the Span gas concentration: line and press the ↵ key. Enter the
correct span gas value by using the ↑↓ keys
to change value and the ←→ keys to select
position. Press the ↵ key to enter the new
span gas value.
8. Move the cursor to the Press the select key
for user span calibration now! and press
the ↵ key. The new span calibration will
now be entered.
3-4
set up... From the Analyzer module set up
sub-menu select Calibration... and from the
Advanced/Expert calibration sub-menu select Calibration data display... This screen
is a view only display and data cannot be
edited from this screen.
3-7 ROUTINE OPERATION
The TO2 Analyzer Module is designed to analyze the sample stream continuously. Normally,
it is never powered off except for servicing or for
a prolonged shutdown.
9. Press the ← arrow key to return to the previous menu.
Maximum permissible interval between
calibration checks depends on the analytical accuracy required, and therefore cannot be specified. Initially, the instrument should be checked
at least once every 3-4 months. This practice
should continue until experience indicates that
some other interval is more appropriate.
10. You can view the new calibration data in the
Calibration data display screen. To access
this screen go to the Expert controls and set
up sub-menu and select Analyzer module
For details as to the general operation of the
NGA analyzer module software, and the use of
IO modules with the TO2 module, see the Platform Components manual.
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3-8 ALARM INDICATION
NGA analyzer modules continuously monitor a
number of internal parameters. It is possible to
make the analyzer generate certain kinds of
alarm indications if these parameters' values
exceed or reduce below specified levels. The
general alarm variable will have its value
changed if an alarm occurs. See the NGA Reference manual for further details.
DESCRIPTION
Low Electrolyte
Low Sample Flow
Sleep Mode
Low Sensor Temperature
High Sensor Temperature
Software Error
Table 3-1.
TYPE
WARNING
WARNING
WARNING
WARNING
WARNING
FAILURE
Trace Oxygen Analyzer Module Alarms
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SECTION 4
MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING
4-1 OVERVIEW
CAUTION
QUALIFIED PERSONNEL
This equipment should not be adjusted or
repaired by anyone except properly qualified
service personnel.
The sensor is designed to hold at least 100 cc
of electrolyte. Typically, bone dry sample gas
can extract approximately 5-10 cc of water per
month from the sensor. It is recommended to
check the electrolyte level every 3-4 months to
assure that the electrolyte level is within the acceptable operating limits as indicated by the label on the reservoir section of the sensor.
The TO2 analyzer module is equipped with a
low electrolyte alarm which indicates when replenishment of the sensor is required. Please
refer to the Platform manual for details on configuring alarms.
WARNING
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Tampering with or unauthorized substitution
of components may adversely affect safety
of this product. Use only factory-approved
components for repair.
The TO2 Analyzer Module requires very little
maintenance during normal operation.
CAUTION
REFILLING SENSOR
When refilling the sensor, only use distilled
or deionized water. Do not use electrolyte or
tap water as they can cause damage to the
sensor. Take care not to overfill.
The sensor in the TO2 utilizes a liquid electrolyte. When measuring dry gases, it may be
necessary to replenish the liquid by adding distilled or deionized water.
Sensor Cover
TOP VIEW
Indicator,
Electrolyte Level
Enclosure
Back Wall
Sensor Reservoir
Mounting Screws
(2 places)
SIDE VIEW
Mounting Screws
(3 places)
Flow Sensor
Figure 4-1. Trace Oxygen Analyzer Sensor Assembly
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a.
Water Addition
To add water:
1. Remove the top cover of the analyzer
module.
2. Unscrew the black sensor cover.
3. Slide the cover back just enough to allow the neck of the fill bottle to fit into
the sensor reservoir.
4. Add distilled or deionized water using
the fill bottle provided with the analyzer
module. Fill to approximately midway
between the min and max level indicators on the sensor label. Be careful not
to spill water, splash electrolyte or overfill sensor.
5. Replace the sensor cover securely.
6. Replace the top cover of the analyzer
module.
If the electrolyte alarm is activated but the
sensor shows sufficient electrolyte, the electrolyte may have been contaminated by
substances present in the sample which are
chemically incompatible with the sensor or
electrolyte. If this should occur, the electrolyte must be drained and replaced with
fresh electrolyte.
Refer to Section 4-3 below for the proper
procedure for replacing electrolyte.
Several other components may require replacement. These are discussed in the following sections.
4-2 FUSES
Remove power to the Analyzer Module prior to
fuse replacement. To replace the Power Fuse,
locate the fuse cover on the front panel of the
Analyzer Module, as shown partially in Figure
2-3 on page 2-4. Push and turn the fuseholder
cover 1/4 turn counterclockwise. Remove and
replace the fuse as required. There are no
other fuses in the Analyzer Module.
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4-3 ELECTROLYTE REPLACEMENT
Before replacing the electrolyte, be sure to turn
off and disconnect all gas connections to the
analyzer module. Turn off or disconnect the
power to the analyzer module.
To replace the Sensor electrolyte, remove the
Analyzer Module from its mounting location and
place on a sturdy work surface. Be careful not
to tilt the module from its horizontal position as
the Sensor contains liquid that can spill. Remove the cover of the Analyzer Module and locate the 5 mounting screws that hold the Sensor
Assembly onto the Analyzer Module chassis
(see Figure 4-1 on page 4-1). Remove the 5
screws and retain. Do not lose the screws - they
have metric threads.
Disconnect the Sensor signal connector (J5)
and the Flow Sensor connector (J6) from the
power board. Remove the complete Sensor
Assembly from the Analyzer Module. Remove
the black sensor cover and invert the Sensor
Assembly over a suitable receptacle. Flush the
Sensor twice with deionized water. Dispose of
the discarded electrolyte and rinse water in accordance with National, Federal, State and Local regulations. (See MSDS in the rear of this
manual.)
Refill the Sensor with electrolyte as instructed in
Section 2-2a on page 2-1. Reinstall the Sensor
Assembly and reconnect J5 and J6 to the power
board.
4-4 SENSOR REPLACEMENT
If the Sensor cannot be regenerated by the addition of water or the replacement of electrolyte,
or if the Sensor shows signs of leakage, it may
be necessary to replace the Sensor. To replace
the Sensor, remove the Sensor Assembly and
remove the electrolyte as described in Section
4-3 above. Reinstall the black sensor cover to
catch any residual electrolyte. Invert the Sensor
Assembly and locate the four (4) mounting
screws which hold the Sensor to the Sensor Assembly mounting plate. Remove and retain the
four screws.
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Install replacement Sensor in reverse order.
Check Sensor for leaks and add electrolyte as
described in Section 2-2a on page 2-1. Reinstall Sensor Assembly in Analyzer Module and
reconnect J5 and J6 to the power board.
After installation of new Sensor, it will be necessary to load the new calibration data supplied
with the Sensor. Enter the new calibration data
by entering the Load Factory Calibration Data
menu. You can get to this menu as follows:
Main Menu, Technical Level Configuration, Analyzer Module Diagnostics, Calibration Parameters, Load Factory Calibration Data. This menu
screen will look as follows:
Load factory calibration data
Concentration 1:
Output 1:
Temperature 1:
Concentration 2:
Output 2:
Temperature 2:
Concentration 3:
Output 3:
Temperature 3:
HOME
ESCAPE
MORE
Figure 4-2. Load Factory Calibration Data Menu
The data is supplied with the new sensor and
must be entered exactly as shown on the sensor data sheet. To enter the data for data points
4 & 5 and the sensor model, press the MORE
soft key to access the next screen.
4-5 FLOW SENSOR REPLACEMENT
See Figure 1-2 on page 1-3 for Flow Sensor location. To replace Flow Sensor, remove all
connecting hardware and undo connections to
the sample line. The Flow Sensor is mounted to
the Sensor Assembly mounting plate by two
screws. Be sure to install the new Flow Sensor
with the flow indication toward the outlet.
To remove any PCB, disconnect the associated
cables first. Tag each connector and its location
before disconnecting any wiring. This helps in
reassembly. The Power board and Computer
board are located on a common bracket.
4-7 TROUBLESHOOTING
The following provides a short list of common
troubleshooting tips. Additional information is
contained in the Platform Manual.
The TO2 analyzer fails to purge down to ppm
levels.
Prior to conducting any changes to the system,
try running a quick start sequence (see Section
3-4 on page 3-3) to see if the oxygen reading
goes lower. If the reading does decrease, the
sensor has not been allowed sufficient time to
consume the dissolved oxygen in the electrolyte. If the reading continues to read high a leak
may exist in the sample lines. The number one
problem associated with trace oxygen analyzer
installation is the occurrence of leaks in your
sample plumbing. If the oxygen reading will not
come down to ppm levels or is reading higher
than expected, the sample plumbing prior to the
instrument may have a leak. A quick check can
be conducted by observing the oxygen reading
at two different flow levels; 0.5 and 2.0 scfh. If
the oxygen reading drops significantly when the
flow is increased from 0.5 to 2.0 scfh, this is a
good indication that a leak exists.
To check for leaks prior to the sensor, disconnect the Analyzer Module and cap the inlet line.
Pressurize the inlet line to 5 - 10 psig and check
all connections with a soapy solution (SNOOP®)
to identify leaks.
WARNING
SENSOR DAMAGE
Do not pressure check the sample line with
the sensor connected. Over-pressurization
of the sensor can result in damage.
4-6 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
All three printed circuit boards can be replaced,
if necessary. Refer to Figure 1-2 on page 1-3 for
location of the Power, Network and Computer
Boards.
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The TO2 analyzer exhibits flow sensitivity.
Check to make sure that your vent line is not
blocked. If you see a rise in reading with an increase in flow, you may be over-pressurizing
the sensor due to a blocked vent. Since the
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sensor is a partial pressure measuring device,
an increase in sample pressure will cause an
increase in reading. If the reading drops with
increased flow, conduct the leak check outlined
in the troubleshooting tip above.
The TO2 analyzer gives erratic and very insensitive readings.
Check to see that the electrolyte level is within
the limits indicated on the reservoir. Add distilled water as required. If the level is within limits, the electrolyte may have been
contaminated. Refer to Section 4-3 on page 4-2
above for proper procedure to replace electrolyte. If replacement of electrolyte does not improve the performance of the sensor, the sensor
may have been damaged due to overpressurization or poisoning. Sensor replacement may be required as described in Section
4-4 on page 4-2.
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REPLACEMENT PARTS
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TO2
5-1 MATRIX
Each analyzer is configured per the customer sales order. Below is the TO2 sales
matrix which lists the various configurations
available.
To identify the configuration of an analyzer,
locate the analyzer name-rating plate. The
sales matrix identifier number appears on
the analyzer name-rating plate.
NGA2000 TO2 TRACE OXYGEN ANALYZER MODULE
Code
01
02
03
Software version
Current version software
v2.4 Software
v3.X Software
Code
A1
B1
X99
CONFIGURATION IDENTIFIER
RANGE: 0 - 100 ppm
RANGE: 0 - 100 ppm with X-GAS Sensor
Special Ranges
Code CABLE SELECTION
00 None (utilize mounting ears on analyzer module)
A1
Base Plate Assembly
TO2
01
A1
B1
(EXAMPLE)
5-2 REPLACEMENT PARTS
658350
Computer Analysis Board
657466
LON/Power Board
658300
Power Supply Board
902931
Sensor, Gas Flow
904675
Sensor, Oxygen 0-100 ppm
904676
Electrolyte Solution
903347
Fuse, Time-Delay 6A 250 VAC
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RETURN OF MATERIAL
6-1 RETURN OF MATERIAL
If factory repair of defective equipment is required, proceed as follows:
1. Secure a return authorization from a Rosemount Analytical Inc. Sales Office or Representative before returning the equipment.
Equipment must be returned with complete
identification in accordance with Rosemount
instructions or it will not be accepted.
2. Rosemount CSC will provide the shipping
address for your instrument.
3. In no event will Rosemount be responsible
for equipment returned without proper authorization and identification.
4. Carefully pack the defective unit in a sturdy
box with sufficient shock absorbing material
to ensure no additional damage occurs during shipping.
5. In a cover letter, describe completely:
•
The symptoms that determined the
equipment is faulty.
•
The environment in which the equipment was operating (housing, weather,
vibration, dust, etc.).
•
Site from where the equipment was removed.
•
Whether warranty or non-warranty service is expected.
•
Complete shipping instructions for the
return of the equipment.
6. Enclose a cover letter and purchase order
and ship the defective equipment according
to instructions provided in the Rosemount
Return Authorization, prepaid, to the address provided by Rosemount CSC.
If warranty service is expected, the defective
unit will be carefully inspected and tested at the
factory. If the failure was due to the conditions
listed in the standard Rosemount warranty, the
defective unit will be repaired or replaced at
Rosemount’s option, and an operating unit will
be returned to the customer in accordance with
the shipping instructions furnished in the cover
letter.
For equipment no longer under warranty, the
equipment will be repaired at the factory and returned as directed by the purchase order and
shipping instructions.
6-2 CUSTOMER SERVICE
For order administration, replacement Parts,
application assistance, on-site or factory repair,
service or maintenance contract information,
contact:
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Customer Service Center
1-800-433-6076
6-3 TRAINING
A comprehensive Factory Training Program of
operator and service classes is available. For a
copy of the Current Operator and Service Training Schedule contact the Technical Services
Department at:
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APPENDIX A. MENU STRUCTURE
7-1 NGA TO2 MENU STRUCTURE INTRODUCTION
This Appendix contains a listing of the menus
belonging to the TO2 Analyzer Module. It also
lists the available configuration elements, and
where they are to be found.
Expert Controls and set up … allows access
to the Expert analyzer controls… and Analyzer
module set up… sub menus.
7-2 NGA TO2 ANALYZER MODULE MENUS
The Expert Controls menu allows range number and functional control selection. It also
shows the range upper and lower limits.
From the main menu, you can access the three
major menu trees.
Basic controls…allows access to range number selection and range limit, Quick Start initiation and status, and Sleep Mode status and
cancellation.
The Analyzer Module Setup menu allows access to the Range settings… and Display parameters… sub menus.
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The Range Settings menu allows configuration
of the upper and lower limit of the 4 ranges on
the Analyzer Module. The maximum and minimum range limits are shown and adjustment
beyond these limits is not allowed.
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The Analyzer Manufacturing Data screen and
Analyzer Module Service History screen are
both accessible from the Service menus… sub
menu. These screens provide factory set data
concerning the configuration of the Analyzer
Module.
The Displayed parameters are the secondary
parameters shown on the Display screen (see
figure 3-1). The desired parameters can be selected from this menu.
Technical level configuration… provides access to the service and diagnostic menus including calibration, gas scale factor, and sensor
factory calibration data.
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From the Analyzer Diagnostics menu, all analyzer health diagnostic information can be accessed. Calibration controls are also accessible
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The Advanced / Expert Calibration menu allows access to user calibration screens, and the
factory calibration data screens for viewing and
data entry. The Gas Scale Factor menu is also
accessed from this menu.
It is not recommended to conduct user zero and
span calibration functions since the sensor is
factory calibrated and does not exhibit detectable degradation of calibration over time. The
risk of erroneous calibration due to inaccurate
gases is greater than the potential of factory
calibration change.
The Primary Variable Parameters screen provides details on the sensor, and advises the current status of the sleep mode. If the oxygen
concentration exceeds 100 ppm, the sleep
mode timer begins counting. At the end of 45
minutes, if the concentration has not dropped
below 100 ppm, the Analyzer Module will go into
sleep mode to protect the sensor from damage
due to high oxygen exposure.
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The Load Factory Calibration screens allow
the user to enter the factory calibration data
unique to the sensor in the Analyzer Module. If
the sensor is replaced, this data must be entered from the data sheet provided with the replacement sensor. Additional data points can
be accessed by pressing the MORE softkey.
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The Gas Scale Factor screens allow the user
to enter in information relating to the background gas of the trace oxygen measurement.
The total concentration of all entries must add
up to 100 or the unit will not compute the new
adjusted gas scale factor.
Calibration Data Display screens look identical
to the Load Factory Calibration screens except
they are not editable.
The Physical Measurements screen displays
sample flow information as well as electrolyte
level validity.
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Temperature Parameters… selection directs
the user to the sensor temperature information.
It is recommended that the user not conduct
temperature calibration of the sensor in the field.
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SECTION 8
APPENDIX B. USER INTERFACE HELP
This section provides a means of rapidly finding
any desired function or configuration factor in
the menu system.
The NGA menu system is necessarily complex
due to the wide variety of configuration possibilities available with the NGA architecture.
This section consists of a series of titles describing the function or configuration desired, with a
series of menu titles that show the path taken to
that function.
The menu selections are sometimes abbreviated; Basic Controls is referred to as Basic for
example, Expert controls and setup as Expert,
and Technical level as well as Technical.
Menu Items
ITEM
Add a service date
Alarm enabling
Analyzer specific
alarms
Analyzer diagnostics
Analyzer specific controls (remote)
Binding
Displayed parameters
Electrolyte level
Exit sleep mode
Gas scale factor
Initiate quick start
Last service date
List of detected NGA
modules
Load factory calibration
data
Manufacturing data
Maximum range
Minimum range
Power supply voltages
Quick start status
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Technical - Service menus - Service history Analyzer module history - Add service date!
Technical – Listing of all modules – Analog I/O –
Select I/O module - Relay status
Expert - Auxiliary module setup - Select Analog
output module – Alarm conditions
Technical - Diagnostic menus - Analyzer module diagnostics
Expert - Auxiliary module setup - Select Analog
output module – Input line control
Technical - System setup – Module Binding
Expert - Analyzer module setup - Displayed parameters
Technical - Diagnostic menus - Analyzer module diagnostics - Physical measurements
Basic
Technical - Diagnostic menus - Analyzer module diagnostics - Calibration parameters - Gas
scale factor
Basic
Technical – Service menus – Service history –
Analyzer module history
Technical - Listing of all modules
Technical - Diagnostic menus - Analyzer module diagnostics - Calibration parameters
Technical – Service menus - Manufacturing
data - Analyzer module data
Expert - Analyzer module setup - Range settings
Expert - Analyzer module setup - Range settings
Technical – Diagnostic menus – Analyzer module diagnostics - Power supply voltages
Basic
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v 2.3 only
v 2.3 only
User updated
Jumps from there into their
diagnostic screens
Required when changing
sensor
Maximum range upper
limit
Minimum range upper limit
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ITEM
Range number selection
Range lower limits
Range upper limits
Record service codes
Reset system
Resolution of main
reading
Sensor current,
temperature
Sleep mode status
Sleep mode timer
Software diagnostics
Software revision level
Span calibration
Tag number
Test relay operation
View sensor calibration
data
Zero calibration
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PATH
NOTES
Basic
Expert - Analyzer module setup - Range settings
Expert - Analyzer module setup - Range settings
Technical - Service menus – Service history Analyzer module history - List notes
Technical - System setup – System reset
Technical - System setup – Main display configuration - Display resolution
Technical - Diagnostics menus - Analyzer module diagnostics - Primary variable parameters
Basic
Technical - Diagnostics menus - Analyzer module diagnostics - Primary variable parameters
Technical - Diagnostic menus - Control module
diagnostics
Technical - Service menus - Manufacturing data
- Control module data
Technical - Diagnostic menus - Analyzer module diagnostics - Calibration parameters - User
span calibration
Technical - Service menus - Manufacturing data
- Analyzer module data
Technical – Listing of all modules – Analog I/O –
Select I/O module - Relay status
Technical - Diagnostic menus - Analyzer module diagnostics - Calibration parameters Calibration data display
Technical - Diagnostic menus - Analyzer module diagnostics - Calibration parameters - User
zero calibration
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be conducted in the field
User editable
Highly recommend not to
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INDEX
2
F
24 V 5A DC power, 2-5
Flow Sensor, 4-2, 4-3
Flow Sensor connector, 4-2
A
alarm
electrolyte, 4-1, 4-2
indications, 3-5
Analyzer Module
electrical connections, 2-5
general operation of software, 3-4
leak test, 2-4
Applications, 1-1
automatic installation, 3-3
G
Gas
calibration, 2-2
sample, 2-2
span, 2-1
Gas Scale Factor, 3-3, 7-3, 7-4
GSF (Gas Scale Factor), 3-3
I
B
background gas, 3-3, 7-4
binding, 3-3
C
calibration
maximum interval between, 3-4
restore factory data, 3-4
span, 3-3
unable, 3-4
viewing data, 3-4
zero, 3-3
Controller Board, 3-3
L
leak check, 4-3
LON, 2-5, 5-2
M
measuring dry gases, 4-1
N
E
electrolyte, 2-1, 4-1, 4-2, 4-3, 7-4, 9-1
alarm, 4-1
leak check, 2-1
level, 4-4
level check, 4-1
replacement, 4-2
replacing, 4-2
sensor capacity, 4-1
Exhaust, 2-2
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mounting, 2-1
operating temperature, 2-1
IO modules, 3-4
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O
oxygen scrubber, 2-2
P
Platform, 1-4, 2-1, 2-2, 2-5, 3-1, 3-3, 3-4, 4-1, 4-3
Power Fuse, 4-2
Index
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R
Return Authorization, 6-1
T
Theory of operation, 1-1
S
sample
connections, 2-2
flow rate, 2-2
inlet pressure, 2-2
security codes, 3-3
sensor
electrolyte, 4-2
life, 3-3
load new calibration data, 4-3
maximum psig, 2-4
signal connector, 4-2
span calibration, 3-3
span gas, 2-1, 2-2, 2-4, 3-4
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Index
Z
zero calibration, 3-3
zero gas, 2-2, 3-3, 3-4
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