Ultra-Cool Drywell - Fluke Calibration

Ultra-Cool Drywell - Fluke Calibration
9190A
Ultra-Cool Drywell
Getting Started
PN 4106657
January 2013
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Table of Contents
Title
Introduction ........................................................................................................
Contact Fluke Calibration ..................................................................................
Safety Information .............................................................................................
Calibrator Features .............................................................................................
Display and Control Panel .............................................................................
-P Option Panel (Input Panel)........................................................................
Power and Remote Interface Panel ................................................................
Main Screen ...................................................................................................
Calibrator Setup .................................................................................................
Unpack and Inspect .......................................................................................
Placement ......................................................................................................
Connect to Mains Power ...............................................................................
Turn On the Product ......................................................................................
Change Language ..........................................................................................
Set Display Contrast ......................................................................................
Toggle Key Beep On or Off ..........................................................................
Security and Password ...................................................................................
Specifications .....................................................................................................
Base Unit Specifications................................................................................
-P Specifications ............................................................................................
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Table
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Title
Symbols ..................................................................................................................
Front Panel .............................................................................................................
Display and Control Panel......................................................................................
-P Option Panel (Input Panel) ................................................................................
Power and Remote Interface Panel ........................................................................
Main Screen ...........................................................................................................
Parts and Accessories .............................................................................................
Security Levels .......................................................................................................
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Getting Started
Introduction
The Fluke Calibration 9190A Ultra-Cool Drywell (the Product or Calibrator) is a benchtop temperature calibrator that can calibrate precision temperature instruments from
−95 °C to 140 °C.
This manual includes information on how to set up and turn on the Product for the first
time. For instructions on how to operate the Calibrator, see the 9190A Operators Manual
on the CD-ROM.
Contact Fluke Calibration
To contact Fluke Calibration, call one of the following telephone numbers:
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Technical Support USA: 1-877-355-3225
Calibration/Repair USA: 1-877-355-3225
Canada: 1-800-36-FLUKE (1-800-363-5853)
Europe: +31-40-2675-200
Japan: +81-3-6714-3114
Singapore: +65-6799-5566
China: +86-400-810-3435
Brazil: +55-11-3759-7600
Anywhere in the world: +1-425-446-6110
To see product information and download the latest manual supplements, visit Fluke
Calibration’s website at www.flukecal.com.
To register your product, visit http://flukecal.com/register-product.
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Safety Information
A Warning identifies conditions and procedures that are dangerous to the user. A
Caution identifies conditions and procedures that can cause damage to the Product or the
equipment under test.
 Warning
To prevent possible electrical shock, fire, or personal injury:
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Read all safety Information before you use the Product.
•
Use the Product only as specified, or the protection
supplied by the Product can be compromised.
•
Use this Product indoors only.
•
Do not use the Product around explosive gas, vapor, or in
damp or wet environments.
•
Do not use and disable the Product if it is damaged.
•
Use only the mains power cord and connector approved for
the voltage and plug configuration in your country and rated
for the Product.
•
Replace the mains power cord if the insulation is damaged
or if the insulation shows signs of wear.
•
Make sure the ground conductor in the mains power cord is
connected to a protective earth ground. Disruption of the
protective earth could put voltage on the chassis that could
cause death.
•
Do not put the Product where access to the mains power
cord is blocked.
•
Use caution when you install and remove probes and
inserts from the Product. They can be hot.
•
Do not touch voltages >30 V ac rms, 42 V ac peak, or
60 V dc.
•
Do not apply more than the rated voltage, between the
terminals or between each terminal and earth ground.
•
Do not touch the well access surface of the instrument.
•
Do not turn off the product at block temperatures higher
than 100 °C. Select a SETPOINT less than 100 °C and let the
instrument to cool before turning it off.
•
Use the correct terminals, function, and range for
measurements.
•
Do not use test leads if they are damaged. Examine the test
leads for damaged insulation, exposed metal, or if the wear
indicator shows. Check test lead continuity.
•
Do not touch the probes to a voltage source when the test
leads are connected to the current terminals.
Ultra-Cool Drywell
Safety Information
•
Keep fingers behind the finger guards on the probes.
•
Do not exceed the Measurement Category (CAT) rating of
the lowest rated individual component of a Product, probe,
or accessory.
See Table 1 for a list of symbols used in this manual and on the Calibrator.
Table 1. Symbols
Symbol
Description
Symbol
Description

Conforms to European Union
directives

Conforms to relevant North
American Safety Standards.

Risk of Danger. Important
information. See manual.

Conforms to relevant Australian
EMC requirements

Earth ground

Hazardous voltage

This product complies with the WEEE Directive (2002/96/EC) marking requirements.
The affixed label indicates that you must not discard this electrical/electronic product
in domestic household waste. Product Category: With reference to the equipment
types in the WEEE Directive Annex I, this product is classed as category 9 "Monitoring
and Control Instrumentation” product. Do not dispose of this product as unsorted
municipal waste. Go to Fluke’s website for recycling information.
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Calibrator Features
Table 2 identifies and describes the panels on the front of the Calibrator.
Table 2. Front Panel
9190A Model
9190A-P Model
9190A
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3
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gzs046.eps
Item
4
Name
gzs001.eps
Function

Display and Control Panel
Control panel and display. See page 5.

-P Option Panel (Input Panel)
Input panel used to connect to external sensors and probes.
Panel is only available on the “-P” model. See page 6.

Power and Remote Interface Panel Power module and Remote Interface Panel. See page 7.
Ultra-Cool Drywell
Calibrator Features
Display and Control Panel
Table 3 shows and describes the function of each button on the Control Panel.
Table 3. Display and Control Panel
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gzs002.eps
Item
Name
Function

Display
Shows block temperature, measurements, status information, operating
parameters, and softkey functions. The contrast of the display is
adjustable. To adjust the contrast, push ▲ to increase contrast or ▼ to
decrease contrast while the Main screen is shown.

Arrow Keys ▲▼◄►
Navigates through menu selections, increases or decreases numbers, and
scrolls menus up or down.

Enter Key 
Selects menus and sets new values.

SET Point Key 
Set a SETPOINT temperature to heat or cool to.
Switches the displayed temperature units between °C and °F. Key is
enabled only when the Main screen is shown.

°C/°F Key 

Menu Key 
Opens the Main menu.

Exit Key 
Cancels all changes and navigates back to the previous menu.

Softkeys

Navigates the menus on the display. The functions of the softkeys are
shown on the display above the buttons.

Block Temperature
Indicator

Note
This key is disabled in some regions of the world.
Visual safety indicator that illuminates when the block temperature is
unsafe and extinguishes when the block temperature is safe. If the block
temperature is unsafe and the Calibrator is turned off or the mains power
cord is disconnected, the indicator flashes until the block temperature
cools to a safe temperature. Do not transport or remove inserts until the
indicator is off.
 Warning
For safe operation and maintenance of the product, do not
remove Inserts when the Block Temperature indicator is
illuminated.
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-P Option Panel (Input Panel)
Table 4 shows and describes the connectors and ports on the -P Option Panel. The
optional process version -P Option Panel is also referred to as the Input Panel.
Table 4. -P Option Panel (Input Panel)
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gzs003.eps
Item
Name

Reference
Thermometer Input
(REF PRT)
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Function
Connect a Reference PRT probe to the Calibrator for use with the
reference thermometer function. See the 9190A Operators Manual for
more information.

4-20 mA Connectors
Connect a 4-20 mA transmitter to the Calibrator. The 4-20 mA
Connectors can supply a low voltage (24 V) to power a transmitter.

4-Wire PRT/RTD
Connector
Connect a 4-wire, 3-wire, and 2-wire PRT/RTDs to the readout to be
calibrated.

Thermocouple (TC)
Connector
Connect a subminiature thermocouple (TC) connector.

Fuse
Fuse for the 4-20 mA circuit.
Ultra-Cool Drywell
Calibrator Features
Power and Remote Interface Panel
Table 5 shows and describes the connectors and ports on the Power and Remote Interface
Panel.
Table 5. Power and Remote Interface Panel
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gzs004.eps
Item
Name
Function

Mains Power Cord
Receptacle
Receptacle for the mains power cord. Use an AC mains supply
appropriate for the voltage range and region of use.

Power Switch
Turn on (I) and turn off (O) the Calibrator.
9-pin Subminiature
Transmits measurements and remotely controls the operation of
the Calibrator.

Serial Connector (RS-232)

USB Serial Connector
Transmits measurements and remotely controls the operation of
the Calibrator.

Fuse
Product fuse.
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Main Screen
When the Calibrator turns on, the system initializes, does a self-check, then shows a
startup screen that shows the model number and firmware version information. If the selfcheck finds an error, the error is shown on the Startup screen. Contact Fluke Calibration
if an error shows on the Startup screen.
After the start-up initialization is complete, the Startup screen disappears and the Main
screen shows on the display. Table 6 shows and describes the indicators on the Main
screen.
Table 6. Main Screen
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-80.01 °C
SETPT: -80.00°C
2
COOL:
67%
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REF : -79.964 °C
TC-T : -79.81 °C
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5
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gzs005.eps
Item
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Name
Function

Block Temperature
Temperature of the internal temperature block.

SETPOINT
Temperature
Target SETPOINT temperature. A set temperature value is referred to as
a “SETPOINT”. The Calibrator uses the SETPOINT value to know what
temperature to heat or cool to.

Reference
Temperature [-P Only]
Shows the most recent reference measurement when a Reference PRT
probe is connected and set up.

UUT Output [-P Only]
Shows the most recent UUT output measurement of a probe that is
connected and setup. The value shown depends on the output type
selected in the Input Setup Menu.

Heating/Cooling
Status
Shows the mode the calibrator is in. The modes are: OFF, COOL, HEAT,
and CUTOUT. See the 9190A Operators Manual for more information.

Stability Status
Indicator
Visually shows if the block temperature is stable and within the stability
limits. See the 9190A Operators Manual for more information.
Ultra-Cool Drywell
Calibrator Setup
Calibrator Setup
Unpack and Inspect
Unpack the instrument carefully and examine it for any damage that could have occurred
during shipment. If there is shipping damage, notify Fluke Calibration and the carrier
immediately. Table 7 lists the equipment and the accessories that comes with the
Calibrator. Verify that all the equipment and accessories in Table 7 are in the box.
Table 7. Parts and Accessories
Name
Quantity
9190-INSX Insert (X=A, B, C, D, E, or F)
1
6-foot Mains Power Cord
1
USB Cable
1
Getting Started Manual
1
Product CD that contains manuals and remote interface driver files
1
9930 Interface-it Calibration Software and Users Guide
1
Report of Calibration and Calibration Label
1
Well Insulator Cap
1
Insert Removal Tool
1
Clamp-on Ferrites (-P model only)
4
6-pin DIN Connector (-P model only)
1
Test Lead Kit (-P model only)
1
Placement
Put the Calibrator on a clean, flat surface. Make sure the Calibrator is 150 mm (6 inches)
away from all objects. For best results, choose a location to set up the Calibrator where
room temperature changes are minimum.
 Warning
To prevent possible electrical shock, fire, or personal injury:
•
Do not operate Product in orientations other than upright. A
fire hazard can be made if the Product is put on its side.
•
Do not remove Inserts when the Product shows
temperatures more than 50 °C.
•
Do not operate near flammable materials.
•
Do not touch the well access surface of the Product.
•
Do not turn off the Product when the temperature is above
100 °C. Set a SETPOINT temperature below 100 °C and let
the Product cool.
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 Caution
For safe operation and maintenance of the Product:
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Energize the Product for a 2-hour dry-out period before use, if the
Product was:
o In transport
o In a humid or semi-humid storage environment
o Not energized for more than 10 days
If the product is wet or has been in a wet environment, take
necessary measures to remove moisture prior to applying
power.
Always operate this Product on a flat, level, stable surface.
Do not store the Product at temperatures above 50 °C. The
Product has a refrigeration system and contains gasses
under pressure.
Do not turn the Product upside down. The inserts will fall
out.
To prevent damage to the cooling system, do not tilt the
Product on its side or upside down while the Product is
operating.
Connect to Mains Power
Use the 2-meter (6-foot) mains power cord to connect the Product to a 120 V ac or
230 V ac outlet rated for at least 15 amps.
Turn On the Product
1. Push the “I” side of the power switch on the front panel of the Calibrator.
2. Monitor the Startup screen for errors while the product turns on. If an error shows,
contact Fluke Calibration.
Change Language
To change the display language:
1. Push .
2. Push .
3. Push .
4. Push .
5. Push  or  to highlight a language.
6. Push  to set language.
Note
If the incorrect language is set by accident, push softkeys  and  at
the same time to temporarily switch back to the English language.
Set Display Contrast
With the Main screen shown in the display, push  to increase or push  to decrease
display contrast.
Toggle Key Beep On or Off
With the Main screen shown in the display, push  and  at the same time to
enable or disable key beep.
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Security and Password
The Calibrator has two user-level access security levels (Low and High) to protect from
undesired changes to the settings (see Table 8). The Calibrator comes from the factory
with the security level set to High and a default password of “1234”.
If the password is not available, the information can still be viewed. To view the
information without the password, push  twice or push  when prompted for the
password. The information is then shown on the screen, but cannot be changed.
Note
The Calibrator does not have a password reset function. If the password is
lost, contact Fluke Calibration for password reset assistance.
Table 8. Security Levels
Security Level
Definition
Low
Protects the specific metrological information and calibration information settings.
High
Protects all operating parameters. It is intended to minimize user choices, for example,
to perform repeated identical calibrations under consistent conditions.
To change the password:
1. Push .
2. Push .
3. Push .
4. Enter the current 4-digit password to open the password screen (the default factory
password is 1234).
5. Push  and  to highlight a digit then push  to increase the digit or push  to
decrease the digit.
6. Push  to save the password.
To change the security level:
1. Push .
2. Push .
3. Push .
4. Enter the current 4-digit password to open the password screen (the default factory
password is 1234).
5. Push  and  to highlight HIGH or LOW.
6. Push  to save the selection.
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Specifications
Base Unit Specifications
Temperature Range at 23 °C ................................ –95 °C to 140 °C (–139 °F to 284 °F)
Display Accuracy .................................................. ±0.2 °C Full Range
Accuracy with External Reference
[3]
................. ±0.05 °C Full Range
Stability .................................................................. ±0.015 °C Full Range
Axial Uniformity at 40 mm (1.6 in) ....................... ±0.05 °C Full Range
Radial Gradient ..................................................... ±0.01 °C Full Range
Loading Effect
(with a 6.35 mm reference
probe and three 6.35 mm probes) ...................... ±0.006 °C Full Range
(versus display with
6.35 mm probes)................................................. ±0.25 °C at –95 °C
±0.10 °C at 140 °C
Operating Conditions ........................................... 0 °C to 35 °C, 0 % to 90 %
RH (non-condensing) < 2000 m altitude
Environmental conditions for all
specifications except temperature range ........... 13 °C to 33 °C
Immersion (Well) Depth ........................................ 160 mm (6.3 in)
Well Diameter ........................................................ 30 mm (1.18 in)
Heating Time
Cooling Time
[1]
[1]
..................................................... –95 °C to 140 °C: 40 min
..................................................... 23 °C to –90 °C: 80 min
23 °C to –95 °C: 90 min
140 °C to 23 °C: 60 min
Stabilization Time
[2]
............................................. 15 min
Resolution ............................................................. 0.01 °
Display ................................................................... LCD, °C or °F user selectable
Size (H x W x D) ..................................................... 480 mm x 205 mm x 380 mm (18.8 in x 8.0 in x 14.9 in)
Weight .................................................................... 16 kg (35 lb)
Power Requirements ............................................ 100 V to 115 V (±10 %) 50/60 Hz, 575 W
200 V to 230 V (±10 %) 50/60 Hz, 575 W
System Fuse Ratings............................................ 115 V: 6.3 A T 250 V
230 V: 3.15 A T 250 V
4–20 mA Fuse (-P model only) ............................. 50 mA F 250 V
Computer Interface ............................................... RS-232, USB Serial, and 9930 Interface-it Temperature Calibration
Software included
Safety ..................................................................... IEC 61010-1, Installation Category II, Pollution degree 2
Electromagnetic Environment ............................. IEC 61326-1: Basic
Refrigerants
R32 (Difluoromethane) ....................................... < 20 g, ASHRAE Safety Group A2L
R704 (Helium) ..................................................... < 20 g, ASHRAE Safety Group A1
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Specifications
-P Specifications
Built-in Reference Thermometer Readout
Accuracy (4-Wire Reference Probe)
[3]
................ ±0.010 °C at –95 °C
±0.013 °C at –25 °C
±0.015 °C at 0 °C
±0.020 °C at 50 °C
±0.025 °C at 140 °C
Reference Resistance Range............................... 0 Ω to 400 Ω
Reference Resistance Accuracy
[4]
..................... 0 Ω to 42 Ω: ±0.0025 Ω
42 Ω to 400 Ω: ±60 ppm of reading
Reference Characterizations ............................... ITS-90, CVD, IEC-751, Resistance
Reference Measurement Capability .................... 4 wire
Reference Probe Connection .............................. 6-Pin Din with INFO-CON Technology
Built-in RTD Thermometer Readout Accuracy .. NI-120: ±0.015 °C at 0 °C
PT-100 (385): ±0.02 °C at 0 °C
PT-100 (3926): ±0.02 °C at 0 °C
PT-100 (JIS): ±0.02 °C at 0 °C
RTD Resistance Range......................................... 0 Ω to 400 Ω
Resistance Accuracy
[4]
....................................... 0 Ω to 25 Ω: ±0.002 Ω
25 Ω to 400 Ω: ±80 ppm of reading
RTD Characterizations ......................................... PT-100 (385),(JIS),(3926), NI-120, Resistance
RTD Measurement Capability .............................. 2-wire, 3-wire, and 4-wire RTD with Jumpers only
RTD Connection .................................................... 4-terminal input
Built-in TC Thermometer
[5]
Readout Accuracy ............................................ Type J: ±0.70 °C at 140 °C
Type K: ±0.75 °C at 140 °C
Type T: ±0.60 °C at 140 °C
Type E: ±0.60 °C at 140 °C
Type R: ±1.60 °C at 140 °C
Type S: ±1.60 °C at 140 °C
Type M: ±0.65 °C at 140 °C
Type L: ±0.65 °C at 140 °C
Type U: ±0.70 °C at 140 °C
Type N: ±0.75 °C at 140 °C
Type C: ±1.00 °C at 140 °C
TC Millivolt Range ................................................. –10 mV to 75 mV
Voltage Accuracy .................................................. 0.025 % of reading +0.01 mV
Internal Cold Junction
Compensation Accuracy ...................................... ±0.35 °C (ambient of 13 °C to 33 °C)
TC Connection ...................................................... Miniature Connectors (ASTM E1684)
Built-in mA Readout Accuracy ............................ 0.02 % of reading + 0.002 mA
mA Range .............................................................. Cal 4-22 mA, Spec 4-24 mA
mA Connection ..................................................... 2 terminal input
Loop Power Function ........................................... 24 VDC loop power
Built-in Electronics Temperature Coefficient
(0 °C to 13 °C, 33 °C to 50 °C)............................... ±0.005 % of range per °C
Notes:
[1] – For ambient temperature of 23 °C.
[2] – Time from when the SETPOINT is reached to when the unit is with in Stability specification.
[3] – The temperature range may be limited by the reference probe connected to the readout. The built-in Reference Accuracy does not
include the sensor probe accuracy. It does not include the probe uncertainty or probe characterization errors.
[4] – Measurement accuracy specifications apply within the operating range and assume 4 wires for PRTs. With 3-wire RTDs add 0.05 Ω
to the measurement accuracy plus the maximum possible difference between the resistances of the lead wires.
[5] – The thermocouple input readout is sensitive to EM fields in the frequency range of 500 MHz to 700 MHz.
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