Guide to Operation Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions

Guide to Operation Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
Guide to Operation
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
Satellite XT 9602-0200 4-20 mA
Satellite XT 9602-0205 4-20 mA/R
Satellite XT 9602-0250 4-20 mA/C
Satellite XT 9602-0255 4-20 mA/C/R
Including Options:
Extractive Module XT
Pyrolyzer Module XT
Table of Contents
Section 1 Basic Operationpage.
1.1
Principle of Operation1-1
1.2
Operating States1-1
1.2.1
Monitoring Mode 1-1
1.2.2
Maintenance Mode1-2
1.2.3
Warning Condition1-2
1.2.4
Diagnostics1-3
1.3
Menu structure1-3
1.3.1
Maintenance Menu1-3
1.3.2
Calibration Menu1-3
1.3.3
Configuration Menu
1-3
1.4
Operational Elements1-4
1.4.1
Keypad Functions1-4
1.4.2
Graphic Display1-4
1.5
Technical Specifications
1-5
Section 2 Installation and Start-up
2.1
General Guidelines2-1
2.2
Standard Mounting2-1
2.3
Duct Mounting2-3
2.3.1
Connecting the Sensor Extension to the Instrument 2-3
2.3.2
Mounting the Sensor Extension to the Duct
2-4
2.4
Network Wiring2-5
2.5
Relay Wiring2-6
2.6
Initial Start-Up2-9
Section 3 Main Menu
3.1
The Main Menu Screens3-1
3.2
Main Menu - Monitoring3-2
3.3
Main Menu - Maintenance3-3
3.4
Main Menu - Calibration3-4
3.5
Main Menu - Configuration
3-5
Section 4 Maintenance
4.1
Sensor Service4-2
4.2
Device Infos4-3
4.3
Sensor Infos4-4
4.4
Reset Device4-6
4.5
Service4-6
Section 5 Calibration
5.1
Gas Calibration5-2
5.1.1
Zero Adjust5-2
5.1.2
Span Adjust5-3
5.2
Manual K-Factor5-4
5.3
Current Output5-5
5.3.1
Set 0 mA5-5
5.3.2
Set 4 mA5-5
5.3.3
Set 20 mA5-5
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
Section 6 Configuration
page.
6.1
Alarm Settings6-3
6.1.1
Alarm 16-4
6.1.2
Alarm 26-7
6.2
Language6-8
6.3
Date Format6-8
6.4
Auto Selftest6-9
6.5
Security6-9
6.6
Password6-10
6.7
Location6-10
6.8
New Sensor Type6-11
6.9
Gas Name6-11
6.10
Maintenance Signal6-12
6.11
Warning Signal6-12
6.12
4-20 mA Range6-13
6.13
Relays6-13
Section 7 Troubleshooting
7.1
Warning and Fault Messages7-1
7.1.1
Warnings7-1
7.1.2
Faults7-2
Section 8 Reference Information
8.1
Sensor Order Information8-1
8.2
4-20 mA Signal Output Range8-3
8.3
K-Factors for Satellite XT C-Versions
8-4
8.4
Spares and Accessories8-5
Section 9 Extractive Module XT - Option
9.1
Principle of Operation9-1
9.2
General Instructions9-1
9.3
Safety Instructions9-1
9.4
Instrument Design9-2
9.5
Mounting9-4
9.6
Tubing Connections9-4
9.7
Sensor Replacement9-5
9.8
Technical Specifications
9-6
Section 10 Pyrolyzer Module XT - Option
10.1
Principle of Operation10-1
10.2
General Instructions10-1
10.3
Safety Instructions10-1
10.4
Instrument Design10-2
10.5
Mounting10-3
10.6
Tubing Connections10-4
10.7
Data Link10-4
10.8
Power Connection10-4
10.9
Technical specifications
10-5
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
Basic Operation – Section 1
This section provides basic understanding of the instrument and its operation.
1.1
Principle of Operation
The Satellite XT is a gas monitoring instrument especially designed for continuous
surveillance of hazardous gas concentrations. The instrument is designed to interface with
standard (0) 4 ... 20 mA alarm or control systems.
Target gas and measuring range depend on the type of sensor chosen. The sensor comes
with the specific data in its internal data memory. When a new sensor is inserted, these
data are loaded into the instrument's internal memory.
Satellite XT versions 4-20 mA and 4-20 mA/R use electrochemical sensors for the
surveillance of toxic and corrosive gases at TLV levels (TLV = Threshhold Limit Value).
The sensor output signal is amplified electronically, digitised and the resulting
concentration value is transmitted to the communication network.
Satellite XT versions 4-20 mA/C and 4-20 mA/C/R are used for monitoring combustible gases and vapours. These instrument versions use catalytic sensors and are factory
calibrated for methane in air mixtures with concentrations up to 5 %-vol. (100 % LEL Lower
Explosion Limit). The sensor output signal is amplified electronically, digitised and the
resulting concentration value is transmitted to the communication network. To allow the
surveillance of a variety of other combustible gases, a correction factor called "K-factor"
can be entered.
Satellite XT versions 4-20 mA/R and 4-20 mA/C/R include the relay option and provide
3 single-pole double-throw relays for activation of external alarm devices. When the actual
gas concentration exceeds the alarm levels, the instrument will activate the appropriate
alarm relay and display an according message. A relay will also be activated in case of an
instrument fault.
1.2
Operating States
There are four different operating states for the Satellite XT, Monitoring Mode,
Maintenance Mode, Warning Condition, and Diagnostics. Depending on the selected
operating state, the green status LED is either on, off, or flashing.
1.2.1
Monitoring Mode
The Monitoring Mode is the instrument's standard operating mode.
The green LED located above the <set> key is on.
In the Monitoring Mode, the instrument continuously monitors for hazardous gas
concentrations and checks for alarm levels and instrument faults.
The instrument's self-diagnostics provide on-line preventive maintenance information
identifying electronics or sensor problems. For example a sensor selftest is performed
every 24†hours. The sensor selftest is not available with instruments using oxygen
sensors or catalytic sensors.
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Basic Operation – Section 1
1.2.1.1
Alarm Level Settings
The settings for Alarm Level 1 and Alarm Level 2 are automatically loaded when installing
the sensor. Standard settings are 1x and 2x TLV or 20 and 40 % LEL for the target gas.
The Alarm Setup function in the Configuration Menu allows the user to change the alarm
levels as required.
Whenever the concentration of the target gas exceeds the factory or user programmed
alarm levels, the instrument will document this concentration alarm condition on its LCD
display.
Instruments with relay option will additionally trigger the associated alarm relays.
1.2.1.2
Reset Alarms Function
Ex factory, Alarm 1 and Alarm 2 are preprogrammed "enabled" and "latching". In the event
of a concentration alarm, the alarm indication with latching alarms will continue until the
alarm is manually acknowledged by actuating the <set> key. If the password protection is
enabled, the password must be entered (see Configuration Menu / Security Function).
Alarm Reset is not possible, if the alarm condition is still present.
1.2.1.3
Exiting the Monitoring Mode
Exiting the Monitoring Mode and entering the Maintenance Mode may be password
protected. To prevent the instrument from manipulations by unauthorized personnel, it is
recommended to enable this function (see Configuration Menu / Security Function).
- Password enabled:
Actuate the <esc> key to exit the Monitoring Mode and enter the password. The screen to
enter the password is shown for one minute. During this period the Monitoring Mode
remains active in the background. When the correct password has been entered, the
instrument is in the Maintenance Mode, it is not monitoring, and the green LED is off.
- Password disabled:
Actuate the <esc> key to exit the Monitoring Mode. The instrument is now in the
Maintenance Mode, the instrument is not monitoring, and the green LED is off.
1.2.2
Maintenance Mode
The Maintenance Mode indicates a complete absence of monitoring capability. The green
status LED is off. A maintenance output signal is transmitted to external control systems.
This maintenance output signal can be configurated either steady, i.e. 2.4 mA, or
alternating, i.e.2.4 to 4.0 mA, 1 Hz.
Depending on the configuration, instruments with relay option will additionally activate the
fault relay.
1.2.3
Warning Condition
A warning condition indicates that the Satellite XT requires some attention, but the
instrument is still able to monitor and operate as programmed.
The following will occur when the Satellite XT detects a warning condition:
- the green status LED is flashing
- an alternating signal (2.8 to 4.0 mA, 0.1 Hz) is sent to external control systems;
depending on the configuration, this function can be enabled or disabled.
- instruments with relay option will additionally activate the fault relay, depending on the
configuration.
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Basic Operation – Section 1
1.2.3.1
Reset Warning Condition
Actuate the <set> key to acknowledge and reset a Warning Condition.
Refer to Section 7, Troubleshooting for specific warnings.
1.2.4Diagnostics
Instrument faults refer to a problem which prevents the Satellite XT from operating properly
and interferes with the ability to monitor or document concentration alarms.
When the instrument has detected an instrument fault, a steady output signal in the range of 0 and 2.0 mA is sent to attached control systems. The green status LED is off. The LCD
display is flashing while indicating the specific fault message.
Instruments with relay option will additionally activate the fault relay.
The Satellite XT lists specific instrument responses to instrument faults. For information on
the various fault messages and instructions on how to correct a fault condition, please
refer to Section 7, Troubleshooting.
1.3
Menu structure
Besides the Monitoring Mode, there is also menu operation for the Satellite XT. Menu
operation comprises three groups of functions, maintenance, calibration, and
configuration. A password (if enabled) must be entered to exit the Monitoring Mode and to
obtain access to the Main Menu.
1.3.1
Maintenance Menu
This function covers the realtime service procedures required for a regular maintenance of
the instrument (e.g. sensor replacement).
1.3.2
Calibration Menu
Use the calibration function to dynamically calibrate the Satellite XT with a known
concentration of the target gas or manually by entering a new correction K-Factor.
1.3.3
Configuration Menu
Use this function to configure the Satellite XT and to program instrument and monitoring
parameters to suit individual requirements.
! Note:
If the instrument was in the Monitoring Mode when last powered down, it will
automatically return to the Monitoring Mode when power is restored.
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Basic Operation – Section 1
1.4
Operational Elements
Located at the front of the Satellite XT is
- the graphic display,
- the keypad consisting of six keys,
- the green status LED above the Set Key.
1.4.1
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Keypad Functions
Escape Key <esc>
Set Key <set>
4 Cursor Keys marked with an arrow,
<up>, <down>, <left>, <right>.
set
Satellite XT
In the Maintenance, Calibration, and Configuration Menu, these keys provide the following
functions:
To move forwards and backwards in the menu, use the cursor keys <down> and <up>. Select
a function by actuating the <set> key.
To enter text or figures, use the cursor keys <left> and <right> to reach the desired cursor
position. Use the cursor keys <up> and <down> to select the letter, figure, or sign you wish to
enter. Bring the cursor to the next position, select the next letter, figure, or sign. After entering
the complete text, use the <set> key to confirm the changes. If you do not want to save the
changes, abort by actuating the <esc> key.
1.4.2
Graphic Display
Depending on the operating mode the structure of the graphic display is different. Three
basic versions are illustrated and explained below. A detailed description is given in the
according sections.
Display Structure for Monitoring Mode
Line 1
Line 2
Sa t e l l i t e
AsH3
XT
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Line 3
p pm
Line 1 offers the possibility to enter a user specific description, e.g. monitoring location
(max. 13 spaces; the name of the instrument is entered here when delivered). Line 2
shows the name of the gas monitored. Line 3 indicates the actual gas concentration and
the concentration unit. Gas name and concentration unit are data stored in the memory of
the sensor installed.
Display Structure for Menu
Line 1
Line 2
MENU
MA I N T E N A N C E
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4
Line 3
MA I N T ENANCE
S E N S OR S E R V I C E
se l ec t :
1
o f
5
Line 1 shows the actual position in the menu. In the left example the actual position is
Main Menu, in the right example it is the submenu Maintenance. Line 2 shows one of the
selection possibilities. Line 3 shows the number of the selection possibility presently
displayed and indicates also the total of selection possibilities available in this menu.
! Note:
The number of selection possibilities is subject to the instrument version and may
be different than indicated in this guide to operation.
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Basic Operation – Section 1
1.5
Technical Specifications
Satellite XT Version
4 - 20 mА
4 - 20 mА/R
4 - 20 mА/C
4 - 20 mА/C/R
Part Number
9602-0200
9602-0205
9602-0250
9602-0255
X
X
X
X
Sensor Type used
electrochemical
catalytic
Power Requirements
12 ... 24 VDC (18 VDC minimum when using the Extractive Module)
voltage
consumption
max. 1 W
max. 1,8 W
max. 1,4 W
max 2,2 W
X
X
Analog Signal Output
monitoring mode
4 ... 20 mА
warning mode
2.8 ... 4 mА, 0.1 Hz
maintenance mode
2.4 ... 4 mА, 1 Hz
fault range
0 ... 2 mА
Wiring
analog interface
3-wire shielded cable 3x1.0 mm2 / 17 AWG
(Instrument delivered with 2m of cable attached)
X
X
relay contacts
6-wire shielded cable 6x0.25mm2 / 23 AWG
(Instrument delivered with 3m of cable attached)
X
X
X
X
Relay Outputs
contacts 3 x SPST (Single-Pole Single-Throw)
max. ratings 250 VAC / 30 VDC, 2A
Graphic Display
122 x 32 dots with backlight
Status LED
green
Keypad
6 touch-sensitive membrane function keys
Physical Dimensions
size (LxWxH)
145 x 95 x 50 mm
5.7 x 3.7 x 2.0 inches
weight
480 g
650 g
520 g
700 g
17 oz
23 oz
18 oz
25 oz
Mounting
DIN-rail mounting
Protection Class
IP 52
RFI / EMC
EN 50270
Option: IP 65
Operating Conditions
temperature
-20 °C ... +40 °C
pressure
700 ... 1300 hPa
humidity
20 ... 90 % r.h.
-4 °F ... +104 °F
This section explains installation and initial start-up procedures.
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Installation and Start-Up - Section 2
2.1
General Guidelines
Please consider the aspects indicated below before locating the instrument.
The property of the target gas (lighter or heavier than air) must be considered. The
instrument should be mounted as close to the monitoring location as possible and should
be easily accessible for operation and maintenance. For narrow monitoring locations or
duct mounting a sensor extension with a standard length of 2m (6 feet) is available as an
option.
The optimum position to mount the instrument is in an upright position on a flat surface. If
the instrument is used for ambient air monitoring, ensure that the sensor is facing
downwards. For personal monitoring applications the instrument should be mounted at
head level.
Ensure that the area immediately surrounding the instrument is free from objects that
might hinder free flow of air. The instrument should be installed away from any possible
liquid sources, extreme dust and dirt sources and should be protected against rain and
sunlight. An instrument version protection class IP 65 is available for outdoor applications.
A junction box is recommended to connect the instrument to external control systems. The
maximum distance between instrument and junction box is 2 meters (6 feet).
Regarding the power requirements and operating conditions, please follow the
specifications indicated in Section 1, Technical Specifications, for wiring instructions refer
to Section 2, Wiring.
Sensors should be stored in a cool, dry place when not in use.
2.2
Standard Mounting
The instrument is designed for DIN–rail mounting. Shipped with each instrument is the
standard mounting rail, suitable for wall mounting. Mount the DIN–rail to a wall and fasten
the instrument with the sensor downwards and the display facing the front.
Attach the wires to the junction box according to the wiring diagram provided in the course
of this section..
7,5
35,0
90,0
Standard mounting rail (P/N 9602.0050.10.03)
Standard mounting rail (P/N 9602.0050.10.03)
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For applications where wall mounting is not possible, an L-shaped mounting plate with DIN–rail is
available as an option.
Optional L-shaped mounting plate with DIN–rail (P/N 9602.0051.10.02)
! Note:
Do not apply power until system is ready for start-up!
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Installation and Start-Up - Section 2
2.3
Duct Mounting
Observe the guidelines for installation of the instrument. For assembly and installation of
the sensor extension see the schematics below and overleaf.
2.3.1
Connecting the Sensor Extension to the Instrument
1. Connect the Socket (A) to the plug in the sensor compartment located at the bottom of
the Satellite XT. The groove of the Socket must face to the front.
2. Screw in the Internal Cap (B) and fasten it hand-tight.
3. Insert the Sensor Housing (C) with the nose of the Bayonet Catch facing to the front.
Lock the Bayonet Catch with a quarter-turn right.
2.3.2
Mounting the Sensor Extension to the Duct
A
1
B
2
C
3
A Socket with Groove
B Internal Cap
C Sensor Housing with Bayonet Catch
D Extension Cable to the Sensor
D
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Duct
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various types available, see spare
parts list, Section 8, Reference
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Satellite XT
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Sensor Extension
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Satellite XT
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Installation and Start-Up - Section 2
The instrument is shipped with 2 meters (6 feet) of permanently
attached 3-wire shielded cable extending from the bottom of the
unit.
The open end of the cable should be terminated in a junction
box:
• white ..............marked D+ .......to D
• brown.............marked –..........to P–
• green..............marked P+ .......to P+
• cable shield.............................to S.
Junction Box Terminals
D
white
4-20 mA Output
P-
brown
0 V (common)
P+
green
12 ... 24 VDC
Power
S
shield
cable shield
To interface with external control systems, use of a 3–wire
shielded cable 3x1.0 mm2 / 17 AWG is
recommended.
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N+
N+
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D
P+
P+
P-
N+
N+
NN-
D
S
S
D
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109,5mm
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P+
95mm
109,5mm
P-
Junction Box 2 nodes, standard
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2.5
Relay Wiring
Instruments with relay option have an additional
6–wire shielded cable extending from the bottom
of the instrument. This cable has a length of 3
meters and is also permanently attached to the
instrument.
The 6-wire shielded cable is used for relay wiring
and provides a pair of connections for each of
the 3 internal relays for activation of visual or
audible external alarm devices.
Relay Contacts
1
white
Alarm 1 Relay
1
brown
Alarm 1 Relay
2
green
Alarm 2 Relay
2
yellow
Alarm 2 Relay
3
grey
Fault Relay
3
pink
Fault Relay
S
shield
cable shield
165
P+
P-
P-
N+
N+
N-
N-
S
S
D
D
1/A1 1/A1 2/A2 2/A2
3/F
3/F
P+
P+
P-
P-
N+
N+
N-
N-
S
S
D
D
1/A1 1/A1 2/A2 2/A2
3/F
3/F
50
94
P+
79
120
180
Junction Box for instruments with Relay Option (1 node, R-Version)
! Note:
All wiring for the Satellite XT and its related equipment must be in compliance with
any local electrical and fire codes. The Satellite XT wiring must be kept away from
any high power lines. All shielding for the wiring must be connected together and
grounded at only one point in the system.
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Satellite XT 4-20 mA
Single-point Controller
External alarm devices must
be powered separately
3-wire shielded cable,
max. 2 meters
6-wire shielded cable
3 m provided with instrument
Junction Box
Junction Box
Power Supply
12 ... 24 VDC
Wiring Diagram Satellite XT 4-20 mA Single-point controller
Satellite XT 4-20 mA
with relay option
6-wire shielded cable
3 m provided with instrument
Junction Box
Satellite XT 4-20 mA
3-wire shielded cable,
max. 2 meters
Junction Box
3-wire shielded cable
External alarm devices must
be powered separately
3-wire shielded cable,
max. 2 meters
Junction Box
3-wire shielded cable
Multipoint Controller
Power Supply
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Wiring Diagram Satellite XT 4-20 mA Multipoint Controller
2-7
Installation and Start-Up - Section 2
Satellite XT 4-20 mA
with relay option
Junction Box
Satellite XT 4-20 mA
3-wire shielded cable,
max. 2 meters
3-wire shielded cable,
max. 2 meters
Junction B o x
Junction B o x
External alarm devices
must be powered separately
Relay Output
3-wire shielded cable
Analog Input
CPU
230 / 115 VAC
Power Supply Unit
3-wire shielded cable
Wiring Diagram Satellite XT 4-20 mA and PLC
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Installation and Start-Up - Section 2
2.6
Initial Start-Up
When wiring is completed, a sensor must be assigned to each instrument. Every sensor is
gas calibrated and these sensor specific calibration parameters are stored in its integrated
data memory. Make sure to use only sensors designed for use with the Satellite XT.
Ex factory the instruments are shipped either unconfigured or already preconfigured
according to the customer's specifications.
If the instruments are preconfigured, a certain sensor, which can be identified by its serial
number printed on the packaging and the sensor label, is assigned and documented to
one particular instrument. These data are stated in the test certificate provided with the
shipment.
Switch on power supply. If no sensor is fitted, the display of the instrument shows the
below message.
- - - - FAUL T - - - NO S E N S OR !
For applications without sensor extension open the bayonet catch of the sensor housing
located at bottom of the instrument with a quarter-turn left and remove the sensor housing.
For applications with sensor extension hold the plastic fitting at the duct side with two
fingers and unscrew the metal fitting.
Take the assigned sensor out of the packaging. Remove shorting strap or wire link placed
in the sensor plug before inserting it into the instrument. Not all sensors types require this
strap or link.
Caution: Failure to remove the shorting strap or wire link may result in damage to
the Satellite.
For applications without sensor extension insert the sensor into the instrument's sensor
compartment with the arrow printed on the sensor label facing upwards and to the front. Fit
sensor housing by fastening the bayonet catch with a quarter-turn right.
For applications with sensor extension insert the sensor into the socket inside the metal
fitting, properly aligning notch, groove, and arrow printed on the sensor label.
A sensor warm-up is performed and the graphic display shows the according screen until
the displayed value is zero. This does not apply for oxygen sensors.
The warm-up time required depends on the type of sensor installed. The instrument is in
the Maintenance Mode and the green LED is off.
S E N S OR WA RM - U P !
1 . 23
p pm
Sa t e l l i t e
AsH3
XT
0 . 00
p pm
As soon as the displayed value reads zero, the instrument automatically switches to the
Monitoring Mode. The graphic display shows the according screen, the green status LED
is on, the instrument is monitoring.
! Note:
If the instrument does not perform as described above and a fault message is
shown, please refer to Section 7, Troubleshooting.
Instruments with catalytic sensors:
Zero Adjustment must be performed prior to start–up. It is recommended to repeat
Zero Adjustment every 4 to 6 weeks. For details refer to Section 5, Calibration.
Instruments with oxygen sensors:
Span Adjustment must be performed prior to start-up. It is recommended to repeat
Span Adjustment every 4 to 6 weeks. For details refer to Section 5, Calibration.
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Main Menu - Section 3
This section explains the different monitoring conditions and the submenus available
under the Main Menu.
3.1
The Main Menu Screens
When the <esc> key is actuated, the instrument will leave the Monitoring Mode and go to
the Main Menu. The instrument is now in the Maintenance Mode and the green LED is off.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to move forwards and backwards in the Main
Menu. Actuate the <set> key to select a submenu. Actuate the <esc> key to go back to the
Main Menu.
To return to the Monitoring Mode, go to the menu 'MONITORING' and actuate <set> to
select. The display shows the monitoring screen again and the illuminated green LED
indicates, that the instrument is in the Monitoring Mode.
MENU
MON I T OR I NG
se l ec t :
1
Monitoring Mode
o f
4
MENU
MA I N T E N A N C E
se l ec t :
2
Submenus
o f
4
MENU
C A L I B R A T I ON
se l ec t :
3
Submenus
o f
4
MENU
CON F I GU R A T I ON
se l ec t :
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o f
Submenus
4
3-1
Main Menu - Section 3
Main Menu - Monitoring
The instrument is in the operating mode Maintenance and the green LED is off.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to move
forwards and backwards in the Main Menu.
Actuate the <set> key to enter the Monitoring Mode.
MENU
MON I T OR I NG
se l ec t :
1
Sa t e l l i t e
AsH3
o f
XT
0 . 00
Sa t e l l i t e
AsH3
XT
0 . 07
Sa t e l l i t e
AsH3
XT
0 . 12
3-2
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4
p pm
A L 1
p pm
A L 2
A L 1
p pm
<Normal Condition>
This screen and the illuminated green LED indicate
that the instrument is in the Monitoring Mode and is
operating properly.
<Alarm 1 Condition>
This screen shows that Alarm Level 1 has been exceeded and that there is an actual gas concentration
of 0.07 ppm AsH3.
(f.i. Alarm 1 set at 0.05 ppm AsH3)
<Alarm 2 Condition>
This screen shows that Alarm Level 2 has been exceeded and that there is an actual gas concentration
of 0.12 ppm AsH3.
(f.i. Alarm 2 set at 0.10 ppm AsH3)
3-2
Main Menu - Section 3
Main Menu - Maintenance
The instrument is in the Maintenance Mode and the
green LED is off.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to move forwards and backwards in the Main Menu.
To select a submenu, actuate the <set> key to enter.
MENU
MA I N T E N A N C E
se l ec t :
2
o f
4
Submenus - Maintenance
Sensor Service
screen 1 of 5
MA I N T ENANCE
S E N S OR S E R V I C E
se l ec t :
1
o f
5
Device Infos
screen 2 of 5
MA I N T ENANCE
DEV I CE I NFOS
se l ec t :
2
o f
5
MA I N T ENANCE
S E N S OR I N F O S
se l ec t :
3
o f
Sensor Infos
screen 3 of 5
5
Reset Device
screen 4 of 5
MA I N T ENANCE
RESET DEV I CE
se l ec t :
4
o f
5
Service
screen 5 of 5
MA I N T ENANCE
SERV I CE
se l ec t :
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5
o f
5
3-3
Main Menu - Section 3
Main Menu - Calibration
The instrument is in the Maintenance Mode and the
green LED is off.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to move
forwards and backwards in the Main Menu.
To select a submenu, actuate the <set> key to enter.
MENU
C A L I B R A T I ON
se l ec t :
3
o f
4
Submenus - Calibration
Gas Calibration
screen 1 of 3
CA L I BRA T I ON
G A S C A L I B R A T I ON
se l ec t :
1
o f
3
CA L I BRA T I ON
MA N U A L K - F A C T OR
se l ec t :
2
o f
3
CA L I BRA T I ON
C U R R E N T OU T P U T
se l ec t :
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3
o f
Manual K-Factor
screen 2 of 3
Current Output
screen 3 of 3
3
3-4
Main Menu - Section 3
Main Menu - Configuration
The instrument is in the Maintenance Mode and the
green LED is off.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to move forwards and backwards in the Main Menu.
To select a submenu, actuate the <set> key to enter.
MENU
CON F I GU R A T I ON
se l ec t :
4
o f
4
Submenus - Configuration
Alarm Settings
screen 1 of 13
CON F I GURA T I ON
A L A RM S E T T I NG S
se l ec t :
1
o f
13
Language
screen 2 of 13
CON F I GURA T I ON
L A NGU A G E
se l ec t :
2
o f
13
Date Format
screen 3 of 13
CON F I GURA T I ON
D A T E F ORMA T
se l ec t :
3
o f
13
Auto Selftest
screen 4 of 13
CON F I GURA T I ON
AUTO SE L F TEST
se l ec t :
4
o f
13
SECUR I T Y
5
o f
13
CON F I GURA T I ON
P A S SWOR D
se l ec t :
6
! This function is not available with instruments
using oxygen sensors or catalytic sensors.
Security
screen 5 of 13
CON F I GURA T I ON
se l ec t :
Password
screen 6 of 13
o f
13
continued
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Main Menu - Section 3
continued
Main Menu - Configuration
Submenus - Configuration
Location
screen 7 of 13
CON F I GURA T I ON
L OC A T I ON
se l ec t :
7
o f
13
CON F I GURA T I ON
N EW S E N S OR T Y P E
se l ec t :
8
o f
13
CON F I GURA T I ON
G A S N AME
se l ec t :
9
Gas Name
screen 9 of 13
o f
13
Maintenance Signal
screen 10 of 13
CON F I GURA T I ON
MA I N T . S I GN A L
se l ec t :
10
o f
13
CON F I GURA T I ON
WA R N I NG S I GN A L
se l ec t :
11
o f
4 - 2 0 mA R A NG E
12
o f
4-20 mA Range
screen 12 of 13
13
CON F I GURA T I ON
RE L AYS
se l ec t :
13
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
o f
Warning Signal
screen 11 of 13
13
CON F I GURA T I ON
se l ec t :
New Sensor Type
screen 8 of 13
13
Relays
screen 13 of 13
! This submenu is only available for instruments with
relay option.
3-6
Maintenance - Section 4
This section explains routine maintenance procedures including
sensor replacement and specific information on sensor and instrument.
MENU
MA I N T E N A N C E
se l ec t :
2
o f
Main Menu - Maintenance
The instrument is in the Maintenance Mode and the
green LED is off.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to move forwards and backwards in the Main Menu.
To select a submenu, actuate the <set> key to enter.
4
Submenus - Maintenance
Sensor Service
screen 1 of 5
MA I N T ENANCE
S E N S OR S E R V I C E
se l ec t :
1
o f
5
Device Infos
screen 2 of 5
MA I N T ENANCE
DEV I CE I NFOS
se l ec t :
2
o f
5
MA I N T ENANCE
S E N S OR I N F O S
se l ec t :
3
o f
Sensor Infos
screen 3 of 5
5
Reset Device
screen 4 of 5
MA I N T ENANCE
RESET DEV I CE
se l ec t :
4
o f
5
Service
screen 5 of 5
MA I N T ENANCE
SERV I CE
se l ec t :
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5
o f
5
4-1
Maintenance - Section 4
Sensor Service
To perform a sensor replacement with a new sensor,
which must have the same part number. See section 8
for sensor information.
Use the <set> key to enter and follow the dialogue
displayed at the bottom line of the screen.
When the instrument has finished the sensor service
procedure, it will automatically enter the Monitoring
Mode.
MA I N T ENANCE
S E N S OR S E R V I C E
se l ec t :
1
o f
5
S ENSOR S ERV I CE
R EMO V E S E N S OR
<se t >
when
r eady
Replacement
Insert the new sensor and actuate the <set> key to
continue.
S ENSOR S ERV I CE
R E P L A C EME N T
p l ease
i nse r t
!
S ENSOR S ERV I CE
L O A D N EW D A T A ?
<se t >
t o
con f i rm
S ENSOR S ERV I CE
L O A D I NG D A T A !
p l ease
wa i t
!
S E N S OR WA RM - U P !
1 . 23
Sa t e l l i t e
AsH3
p pm
XT
0 . 00
Remove Sensor
Remove the sensor presently installed and actuate the
<set> key to proceed.
p pm
Load New Data ?
If you want the data of the new sensor to be loaded,
confirm this by actuating the <set> key.
Loading Data !
The new data are now loaded from the sensor into the
unit's internal memory.
<Sensor Warm-Up Condition>
A sensor warm-up is performed and this screen is
shown until the displayed value is zero, except for
oxygen sensors.The warm-up time depends on the
type of sensor.
<Normal Monitoring Condition>
The instrument will automatically switch to the
Monitoring Mode when the sensor service procedure
is finished.
Only instruments with catalytic sensors:
If the displayed value is not zero, a zero adjustment
must be performed; refer to section 5, Calibration.
!Note:
When a new sensor is installed the K-factor will automatically revert to the default value 1.00.
If individual settings are required, they must be entered again; refer to section 5, Calibration.
Catalytic sensors are calibrated for methane. When monitoring for other combustible gases,
a K-factor must be entered.
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Maintenance - Section 4
Device Infos
Used to obtain instrument specific information, i.e.
software version,and ID number. In general these data
are required for service purposes.
Actuate the <set> key to select and move with the
cursor keys <up> and <down>. Actuate the <esc> key
to exit.
MA I N T ENANCE
DEV I CE I NFOS
se l ec t :
DEV I CE
2
o f
5
I NFOS
SW : S X T _ X x . x x
s how i ng :
DEV I CE
1
o f
2
I NFOS
ID: 000123456789
s how i ng :
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2
o f
<Actual Software Version>
The version of the software presently installed is
shown.
<Specific Identification Number>
The instrument's specific identification number (ID) is
shown.
2
4-3
Maintenance - Section 4
Sensor Infos
Provides specific information about the sensor presently installed, i.e. part number, serial number, date of
first calibration, sensitivity, and revision number. These
data are stored in the sensor's memory. Actuate the
<set> key to select or use the cursor keys <up> and
<down> to continue in the menu.
MA I N T ENANCE
S E N S OR I N F O S
se l ec t :
3
S ENSOR
o f
5
I NFOS
P A R T N UMB E R
se l ec t :
1
o f
5
<Actual Sensor Part Number>
Use this information to order replacement sensors.
Additional order information is provided in section 8,
Sensor Order Information.
Actuate <esc> to leave.
P A R T N UMB E R
9602 - 6000
<esc>
t o
S ENSOR
ex i t
!
S E R I A L N UMB E R
SER I A L
<esc>
Serial Number
Actuate the <set> key to display the serial number of
thesensor presently installed.
I NFOS
se l ec t :
2
o f
5
<Actual Sensor Serial Number>
This information may be required for service purposes.
Actuate the <esc> key to leave.
N UMB E R
31
t o
S ENSOR
ex i t
!
I NFOS
1 s t C A L I B R A T I ON
se l ec t :
1s t
3
o f
CA L I BRA T I ON
27 . 09 . 2006
<esc>
t o
ex i t
Part Number
Actuate the <set> key to display the part number of the
sensor presently installed.
!
First Calibration
Use the <set> key to display the date when the
installed sensor was calibrated for the first time. 5
<Date of First Calibration>
This information may be required for service purposes
and to check the age of the sensor.
Actuate <esc> to leave.
continued
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Maintenance - Section 4
Sensor Infos
continued
S ENSOR
Sensitivity
Use the <set> key to display the sensor sensitivity
determined during the first calibration.
I NFOS
SENS I T I V I TY
se l ec t :
4
o f
5
<Actual Sensitivity>
This information may be required for service purposes.
Actuate the <esc> key to leave.
SENS I T I V I TY
<esc>
1 2 3 n A / p pm
t o
S ENSOR
ex i t
!
I NFOS
R E V I S I ON N UMB E R
se l ec t :
5
o f
R E V I S I ON N UMB E R
0
<esc>
t o
ex i t
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5
Revision Number
Use the <set> key to display the revision number of the
gas related information stored in the sensor's memory.
<Actual Revision Number>
This information may be required for service purposes.
Actuate the <esc> key to leave.
!
4-5
Maintenance - Section 4
Reset Device
Offers the possibility to perform a "warm start" of the
instrument. Actuate the <set> key to select.
MA I N T ENANCE
RESET DEV I CE
se l ec t :
4
o f
5
RESET DEV I CE
A R E Y OU S U R E ?
<esc>
t o
ex i t
!
S E N S OR WA RM - U P !
1 . 23
Sa t e l l i t e
AsH3
p pm
XT
0 . 00
p pm
SERV I CE
<Sensor Warm-Up Condition>
A sensor warm-up is performed and this screen is
shown until the displayed value is zero, except for
oxygen sensors. The warm-up time depends on the
type of sensor.
<Normal Monitoring Condition>
The instrument will automatically switch to the
Monitoring Mode when the sensor service procedure
is completed.
Service
This submenu is used exclusively by trained Service
Personnel. The functions are password protected.
MA I N T ENANCE
se l ec t :
Are You Sure ?
This screen is to confirm that a software reset should
be performed. Actuate the <set> key to confirm or use
the <esc> key to exit.
5
o f
5
SERV I CE
P A S SWOR D : * * *
en t e r !
p l ease
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Calibration - Section 5
This section describes calibration procedures for the Satellite XT.
Calibration can be performed either automatically by a dynamic gas calibration or manually
by entering a calculated correction factor called K-factor.
Also included in this section are the electronic calibration procedures
for the (0) 4-20 mA analog interface.
Main Menu - Calibration
The instrument is in the Maintenance Mode and the
green LED is off.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to move
forwards and backwards in the Main Menu.
To select a submenu, actuate the <set> key to enter.
MENU
C A L I B R A T I ON
se l ec t :
3
o f
4
Submenus - Calibration
CA L I BRA T I ON
G A S C A L I B R A T I ON
se l ec t :
1
o f
3
CA L I BRA T I ON
MA N U A L K - F A C T OR
se l ec t :
2
o f
se l ec t :
3
o f
Manual K-Factor
screen 2 of 3
3
Current Output
screen 3 of 3
CA L I BRA T I ON
C U R R E N T OU T P U T
Gas Calibration
screen 1 of 3
3
!Note:
If a high degree of accuracy in monitoring is required, monthly calibration with calibration gas
of a known concentration is recommended.
When performing a dynamic calibration, a new correction factor (K-Factor) is calculated
automatically. The actual value can be displayed in the submenu Manual K-Factor.
Use appropriate safety precautions when handling toxic or corrosive gases and properly
vent, if possible.
Catalytic sensors must be protected from silicone vapours, which may permanenty reduce the
sensors' sensitivity.
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Calibration - Section 5
Gas Calibration
The gas calibration submenu is used for dynamic calibration. For zero adjustment use clean or synthetic air
free from measuring gas or any other interfering gases.
The sensor must be warmed-up before calibration.
For span adjustment it is recommended to use test gas
of a known concentration at or slightly above TLV for
the target gas. Always keep to the correct sequence,
first perform zero adjustment, then Span
Adjustment.
CA L I BRA T I ON
G A S C A L I B R A T I ON
se l ec t :
1
o f
3
GA S CA L I BRA T I ON
Z E RO A D J U S T
se l ec t :
1
o f
2
Zero Adjust
Use the <set> key to enter and follow the dialogue
displayed.
Zero adjustment applies for all sensors except
oxygen sensors.
Z ERO AD J US T
APPLY A I R !
use
c l ean
a i r
!
Z ERO AD J US T
0 . 0 1 p pm
Va l ue
s t ab l e
?
Z ERO AD J US T
0 . 0 0 p pm
Va l ue
o . k .
<se t >
t o
<Actual Zero Point>
Allow the zero reading to stabilize.
If the reading is already zero, zero adjustment is not
necessary. Actuate the <esc> key to exit.
If the reading is not zero, actuate the <set> key to
re-adjust the zero point and to continue the procedure.
<Re-adjusted Zero Point>
The reading is zero. Actuate the <set> key to proceed.
?
Z ERO AD J US T
SAVE ?
Apply Air !
Apply clean or synthetic air to the sensor and actuate
the <set> key to continue.
Save ?
Actuate the <set> key to save the new zero point and
store it in the unit's internal memory.
con f i r m
continued
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5-2
Calibration - Section 5
continued
GA S CA L I BRA T I ON
SPAN AD J UST
se l ec t :
2
o f
2
SPAN AD J UST
AsH3
i s
ca l i b r a t i on
gas
!
SPAN AD J UST
0 . 0 5 p pm
en t e r
concen t r a t i on
SPAN AD J UST
APP L Y GAS !
use
ca l i b r a t i on
SPAN AD J UST
0 . 0 4 p pm
Va l ue
s t ab l e
?
SPAN AD J UST
0 . 0 5 p pm
Va l ue
o . k .
SAVE ?
t o
con f i r m
SPAN AD J UST
R EMO V E G A S !
Va l ue
saved
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Span Adjust
Span adjustment applies for all sensors, including oxygen
sensors.
Use the <set> key to enter and follow the dialogue
displayed.
<Actual Calibration Gas>
The instrument shows which calibration gas is required for
the actual sensor type.
<Actual Concentration for Calibration>
The recommended concentration for span adjustment is
displayed. Default value is TLV concentration for the
target gas.When using calibration gas of a different
concentration, change the value accordingly.
After the new value has been entered, actuate the <set>
key to continue.
Apply Gas !
Place the calibration cap over the sensor and start the
calibration gas flow (18 l/h or 300 ccm/min).
Actuate the <set> key to continue.
<Actual Span Value>
Allow the reading to stabilize. If the reading matches the
concentration of the calibration gas, span adjustment is not
necessary. Actuate the <esc> key to exit.
If the reading does not match the concentration of the
calibration gas, actuate the <set> key to re-adjust the span
value and to continue the procedure.
<Re-adjusted Span Value>
The reading matches the concentration of the calibration
gas. Actuate the <set> key to proceed.
?
SPAN AD J UST
<se t >
gas !
Gas Calibration
!
Save ?
Actuate the <set> key to save the new span value and
store it in the unit's internal memory.
Remove Gas !
Stop the calibration gas flow. Remove gas and calibration
cap. Allow several minutes for the sensor to clear.
5-3
Calibration - Section 5
CA L I BRA T I ON
MA N U A L K - F A C T OR
se l ec t :
2
o f
3
MANUA L
K - F AC TOR
p l ease
en t e r
1. 00
!
Manual K-Factor
This submenu is used to manually calibrate the
instrument by entering a new K-Factor. This factor is a
multiplication or correction value used to calibrate the
response of the instrument to a specific
gas concentration.
The factory default K-Factor for all gases is 1.00.
Use the <set> key to enter. The instrument will display
the actual KFactor.
<Actual K-Factor>
Use the cursor keys <left> or <right> to reach the
desired position. Use the cursor keys <up> and
<down> to select the figures you wish to enter. The KFactor must be in the range of 0.20 and 5.00.
After a new value has been entered, actuate the <set>
key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
!Note:
Individual settings for the Manual K-Factor will automatically revert to the default value 1.00,
whenever the sensor is replaced by a new sensor.
Only instruments using catalytic sensors:
Catalytic sensors are calibrated for methane. When monitoring for other combustible gases, a
K-factor must be entered.
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Calibration - Section 5
Current Output
The 4-20 mA signal output range of the instrument is
preprogrammed to correspond to the nominal range
of the target gas with 4 mA representing the zero
concentration and 20 mA representing the full scale
concentration.
This submenu provides the possibility to perform
functional tests and to scale external control systems.
To select a submenu actuate the <set> key to enter or
use the cursor keys <up> and <down> to move backwards or forwards.
CA L I BRA T I ON
C U R R E N T OU T P U T
se l ec t :
3
o f
3
CURREN T OU T PU T
SET
se l ec t :
0 mA
1
o f
3
CURREN T OU T PU T
0 mA s e t !
<esc>
t o
ex i t
0 mA set !
An analog signal output of 0 mA is now transmitted to
external control systems. Use the <esc> key to exit.
!
CURREN T OU T PU T
SET
se l ec t :
4 mA
2
o f
3
4 mA s e t !
t o
ex i t
!
CURREN T OU T PU T
SET
se l ec t :
2 0 mA
3
o f
CURREN T OU T PU T
2 0 mA s e t !
<esc>
t o
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ex i t
!
Set 4 mA
Allows the user to scale external control systems with
an output signal of 4 mA representing the zero
concentration value.
Use the <set> key to enter.
4 mA set !
An analog signal output of 4 mA is now transmitted to
external control systems.
Use the <esc> key to exit.
CURREN T OU T PU T
<esc>
Set 0 mA
Allows the user to simulate a fault condition. Use the
<set> key to enter.
3
Set 20 mA
Allows the user to scale external control systems with
an output signal of 20 mA representing the full scale
concentration value.
This submenu also serves to simulate alarm conditions.
Use the <set> key to enter
20 mA set !
An analog signal output of 20 mA is now transmitted to
external control systems.
Use the <esc> key to exit.
5-5
Configuration - Section 6
This section describes the instrument's default configuration
and procedures how to adapt it to individual requirements.
Main Menu - Configuration
The instrument is in the Maintenance Mode and the
green LED is off.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to move
forwards and backwards in the Main Menu.
To select a submenu, actuate the <set> key to enter.
MENU
CON F I GU R A T I ON
se l ec t :
4
o f
4
Submenus - Configuration
CON F I GURA T I ON
A L A RM S E T T I NG S
se l ec t :
1
o f
13
Language
screen 2 of 13
CON F I GURA T I ON
L A NGU A G E
se l ec t :
2
o f
13
CON F I GURA T I ON
D A T E F ORMA T
se l ec t :
3
Date Format
screen 3 of 13
o f
13
Auto Selftest
screen 4 of 13
CON F I GURA T I ON
AUTO SE L F TEST
se l ec t :
4
o f
13
CON F I GURA T I ON
SECUR I T Y
se l ec t :
5
se l ec t :
6
! This function is not available with instruments
using oxygen sensors or catalytic sensors.
Security
screen 5 of 13
o f
13
CON F I GURA T I ON
P A S SWOR D
Alarm Settings
screen 1 of 13
Password
screen 6 of 13
o f
13
continued
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Configuration - Section 6
Main Menu - Configuration
continued
Submenus - Configuration
CON F I GURA T I ON
L OC A T I ON
se l ec t :
7
Location
screen 7 of 13
o f
13
CON F I GURA T I ON
N EW S E N S OR T Y P E
se l ec t :
8
o f
13
CON F I GURA T I ON
G A S N AME
se l ec t :
9
o f
13
CON F I GURA T I ON
MA I N T . S I GN A L
se l ec t :
10
o f
13
WA R N I NG S I GN A L
11
o f
se l ec t :
12
o f
4-20 mA Range
screen 12 of 13
13
Relays
screen 13 of 13
CON F I GURA T I ON
RE L AYS
se l ec t :
13
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Warning Signal
screen 11 of 13
13
CON F I GURA T I ON
4 - 2 0 mA R A NG E
Gas Name
screen 9 of 13
Maintenance Signal
screen 10 of 13
CON F I GURA T I ON
se l ec t :
New Sensor Type
screen 8 of 13
o f
13
! This submenu is only available for instruments with
relay option.
6-2
Configuration - Section 6
CON F I GURA T I ON
Alarm Settings
Allows the user to enter or change various settings for
Alarm 1 and Alarm 2 activation.
Use the <set> key to enter.
A L A RM S E T T I NG S
se l ec t :
1
o f
13
A L A RM S E T T I NG S
A L A RM 1
se l ec t :
1
o f
2
A L A RM S E T T I NG S
A L A RM 2
se l ec t :
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2
o f
2
Alarm 1
For Alarm 1 settings, use the <set> key to enter or
continue in the menu with the cursor keys <up> or
<down>.
Alarm 2
For Alarm 2 settings, use the <set> key to enter or
continue in the menu with the cursor keys <up> or
<down>.
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Configuration - Section 6
A L A RM S E T T I NG S
A L A RM 1
se l ec t :
1
o f
Alarm 1
Allows the user to configure all parameters for Alarm 1
(lower alarm level) activation.
2
Alarm 1 State
Used to enable / disable the Alarm 1 activation.
A L A RM 1
A L A RM 1 S T A T E
se l ec t :
1
o f
4
Alarm 1 Level
Used to set individual alarm levels for Alarm 1
activation.
A L A RM 1
A L A RM 1 L E V E L
se l ec t :
2
o f
4
A L A RM 1
A L A RM 1 T R I GG E R
se l ec t :
3
o f
4
A L A RM 1
A L A RM 1 L A T C H
se l ec t :
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
4
o f
4
Alarm 1 Trigger
Used to define the trigger condition for Alarm 1
activation.
Alarm 1 Latch
Used to define the Alarm 1 activation to be latching or
non-latching.
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Configuration - Section 6
A L A RM 1
A L A RM 1 S T A T E
se l ec t :
1
A L A RM 1
o f
4
se l ec t :
A L A RM 1
1
o f
se l ec t :
2
o f
A L A RM 1
A L A RM 1 L E V E L
2
o f
LEVEL
0 . 0 5 p pm
p l ease
2
Enabled
Allows the user to turn on the Alarm 1 activation.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
STATE
ENAB L ED
A L A RM 1
2
Disabled
Allows the user to turn off the Alarm 1 activation.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
STATE
D I SAB L ED
se l ec t :
Alarm 1 State
Used to enable / disable the Alarm 1 activation. Default
setting is enabled. Use the <set> key to enter. The
instrument will show the actual setting.
en t e r
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!
4
Alarm 1 Level
Used to set individual alarm levels for Alarm 1 activation. Default setting is 1 x TLV respectively 20 % LEL for
the target gas.
Actuate the <set> key to enter and show the actual
setting.
<Actual Alarm 1 Level>
To change the value, use the cursor keys <left> or
<right> to reach the desired position. Use the cursor
keys <up> and <down> to select the figures you wish to
enter. After the new value has been entered, actuate the
<set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
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Configuration - Section 6
Alarm 1 Trigger
Used to define the trigger condition for Alarm 1
activation. Default setting is Greater Than. Use the
<set> key to enter. The instrument will show the actual
setting.
A L A RM 1
A L A RM 1 T R I GG E R
se l ec t :
3
o f
A L A RM 1
T R I GG E R
se l ec t :
1
A L A RM 1
T R I GG E R
se l ec t :
2
4
GR E A T E R T H A N
L ESS THAN
o f
o f
2
2
se l ec t :
A L A RM 1
4
o f
se l ec t :
A L A RM 1
4
Disabled
Defines the Alarm 1 activation to be non-latching.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
L A TCH
D I SAB L ED
1
o f
2
L A TCH
ENAB L ED
se l ec t :
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
2
Less Than
Defines that an Alarm 1 condition will be indicated when
the actual gas concentration falls below the preset level
for Alarm 1.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit..
Alarm 1 Latch
Used to define the Alarm 1 activation to be either latching or non-latching.
Default setting is enabled. Use the <set> key to enter.
The instrument will show the actual setting.
When latching is enabled, alarm reset must be done
manually. Nonlatching alarms will be reset automatically, upon correction of the alarm condition.
A L A RM 1
A L A RM 1 L A T C H
Greater Than
Defines that an Alarm 1 condition will be indicated when
the actual gas concentration exceeds the preset level
for Alarm 1.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
o f
2
Enabled
Defines the Alarm 1 activation to be latching.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
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Configuration - Section 6
Alarm 2
Allows the user to configure all parameters for Alarm 2
(upper alarm level) activation.
For all subsequent Alarm 2 settings, please follow the
procedures described in the corresponding section for
Alarm 1 settings.
A L A RM S E T T I NG S
A L A RM 2
se l ec t :
2
o f
2
Alarm 2 State
Used to enable / disable the Alarm 2 activation.
A L A RM 2
A L A RM 2 S T A T E
se l ec t :
1
o f
4
Alarm 2 Level
Used to set individual alarm levels for Alarm 2
activation.
A L A RM 2
A L A RM 2 L E V E L
se l ec t :
2
o f
4
A L A RM 2
A L A RM 2 T R I GG E R
se l ec t :
3
o f
4
A L A RM 2
A L A RM 2 L A T C H
se l ec t :
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
4
o f
Alarm 2 Trigger
Used to define the trigger condition for Alarm 2
activation.
4
Alarm 2 Latch
Used to define the Alarm 2 activation to be latching or
non-latching.
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Configuration - Section 6
Language
Used to select the desired language for menu
operation. Default setting is English.
Use the <set> key to enter. The instrument will display
the actual language.
CON F I GURA T I ON
L A NGU A G E
se l ec t :
2
o f
13
L ANGUAGE
G E RMA N
se l ec t :
1
o f
2
English
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
L ANGUAGE
E NG L I S H
se l ec t :
2
o f
2
Date Format
Used to define the format how to display the date (only
used in the submenu Sensor Infos, Date of First
Calibration). Default setting is International.
Use the <set> key to enter. The actual date format is
displayed.
CON F I GURA T I ON
D A T E F ORMA T
se l ec t :
DATE
3
o f
13
F ORMA T
I N T E R N A T I ON A L
se l ec t :
DATE
USA
1
o f
2
F ORMA T
se l ec t :
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
German
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
2
o f
2
International
International date format is DD.MM.YYYY
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
USA
USA date format is MM-DD-YYYY
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
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Configuration - Section 6
Auto Selftest
The instrument's self-diagnostics provides an on-line
preventive sensor selftest performed automatically
every 24 hours, which may be enabled or disabled.
Default setting is enabled.
Use the <set> key to enter. The display will show the
actual setting. The function Auto Selftest is not available with instruments using oxygen sensors or catalytic
sensors.
CON F I GURA T I ON
AUTO SE L F TEST
se l ec t :
4
o f
13
2
Disabled
Allows the user to turn off the Auto Selftest.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
2
Enabled
Allows the user to turn on the Auto Selftest.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
AUTO SE L F TEST
D I SAB L ED
se l ec t :
1
o f
AUTO SE L F TEST
ENAB L ED
se l ec t :
2
o f
Security
Exiting the Monitoring Mode and entering the Maintenance Mode, may be password protected, to prevent
the instrument from manipulations by unauthorized personnel. Ex factory the password protection is disabled.
Use the <set> key to enter. The instruments shows the
actual setting.
CON F I GURA T I ON
SECUR I T Y
se l ec t :
5
o f
13
SECUR I T Y
P A S SWOR D ON
se l ec t :
1
o f
2
SECUR I T Y
P A S SWOR D O F F
se l ec t :
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
2
o f
2
Password On
Allows the user to enable the password protection.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
Password Off
Allows the user to disable the password protection.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit..
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Configuration - Section 6
CON F I GURA T I ON
P A S SWOR D
se l ec t :
6
o f
13
<Actual Password>
To change the password, use the cursor keys <left> or
<right> to reach the desired position. Use the cursor keys
<up> and <down> to select the figures you wish to enter.
After the new password has been entered, actuate the
<set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
P A S S WO R D
000
p l ease
en t e r
!
CON F I GURA T I ON
L OC A T I ON
se l ec t :
7
o f
13
L OCA T I ON
Ga s Ca b i n e t
p l ease
en t e r
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!
Password
Allows the user to enter or change the password.
Ex factory the password is <000>.
Use the <set> key to enter. The instrument will display
the actual password.
Location
Allows the user to enter a desciption defining the
monitoring point.
Ex factory it reads <Satellite XT>. Up to 13 alphanumeric
characters can be entered.
Use the <set> key to enter. The instrument will display
the actual location..
<Actual Location>
Use the cursor keys <left> or <right> to reach the desired
position. Use the cursor keys <up> and <down> to select
the characters you wish to enter. When the new location
has been entered completely, actuate the <set> key to
confirm or <esc> to exit.
6-10
Configuration - Section 6
CON F I GURA T I ON
N EW S E N S OR T Y P E
se l ec t :
8
o f
13
N EW S E N S O R T Y P E
R EMO V E S E N S OR
<se t >
when
r eady
N EW S E N S O R T Y P E
N EW S E N S OR
p l ease
i nse r t
L O A D N EW D A T A ?
t o
con f i rm
N EW S E N S O R T Y P E
L O A D I NG D A T A !
p l ease
wa i t
!
CON F I GURA T I ON
G A S N AME
se l ec t :
9
o f
13
GA S NAME
AsH3
p l ease
en t e r
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Remove Sensor
Remove the sensor presently installed and actuate the
<set> key to proceed.
New Sensor
Insert the new sensor and actuate the <set> key to
proceed.
!
N EW S E N S O R T Y P E
<se t >
New Sensor Type
Allows the user to configure the instrument for a new
sensor type with a part number, which is different from
the one presently used.
See Section 8 for Sensor Information.
Actuate the <set> key to enter and follow the dialogue
displayed.
!
Load New Data ?
If you want the data of the new sensor to be loaded,
confirm this by pressing the <set> key..
Loading Data !
The new data are now loaded from the sensor into the
instrument's internal memory.
Gas Name
Allows the user to enter a different gas name than the
one stored in the sensor's data memory. Up to 7
alpha-numeric characters can be entered.
Use the <set> key to enter. The instrument will display
the actual gas name.
<Actual Gas Name>
Use the cursor keys <left> or <right> to reach the desired position. Use the cursor keys <up> and <down>
to select the characters you wish to enter. When the
new gas name has been entered completely, actuate
the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
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Configuration - Section 6
Maintenance Signal
The maintenance signal indicates a complete absence
of monitoring capability and is transmitted to external
control systems. The maintenance output signal can be
configured either steady, i.e. 2.4 mA, or alternating, i.e.
2.4 to 4.0 mA, 1 Hz.Default setting is alternating.
Actuate the <set> key to enter. The instrument shows
the actual setting.
CON F I GURA T I ON
MA I N T . S I GN A L
se l ec t :
10
MA I N T .
o f
13
S I GNA L
A L T E R N A T I NG
se l ec t :
MA I N T .
1
o f
2
S I GNA L
CON S T A N T
se l ec t :
2
o f
2
WA R N I NG S I GN A L
11
o f
13
WA R N I N G S I G N A L
D I SAB L ED
se l ec t :
1
o f
2
WA R N I N G S I G N A L
ENAB L ED
se l ec t :
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
2
o f
Constant
Defines the maintenance output signal to be constant.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
Warning Signal
The warning signal indicates that the instrument
requires some attention, but is still able to monitor. The
warning output signal is an alternating signal of 2.8 to
4.0 mA, 0.1 Hz and is transmitted to
external control systems. The warning output signal can
be configured enabled or disabled. Default setting is
enabled. Actuate the <set> key to enter. The instrument
shows the actual setting.
CON F I GURA T I ON
se l ec t :
Alternating
Defines the maintenance output signal to be
alternating.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
2
Disabled
Allows the user to turn off the warning output signal.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
Enabled
Allows the user to turn on the warning output signal.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
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Configuration - Section 6
CON F I GURA T I ON
4 - 2 0 mA R A NG E
se l ec t :
12
o f
4-20 mA Range
The 4-20 mA signal output range of the instrument is
preprogrammed to correspond to the nominal range of
the target gas. The 4-20 mA range may be adjusted to
individual requirements, but must not exceed the upper
and lower values listed in Section 8. Actuate the <set>
key to enter and display the actual setting.
13
4 - 2 0 mA RANGE
1 . 0 0 p p m = 2 0 mA
p l ease
en t e r
!
Relays
Allows the user to enter or change various settings for
the internal relay contacts for Alarm 1, Alarm 2, and
Fault. Use the <set> key to enter.
CON F I GURA T I ON
RE L AYS
se l ec t :
13
o f
<Actual 4-20 mA Range>
To change the value, use the cursor keys <left> or
<right> to reach the desired position. Use the cursor
keys <up> and <down> to select the figures you wish
to enter. After the new value has been entered, actuate
the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
13
!Note:
The RELAYS menu and all subsequent menu items
are only available for instruments with relay
option.
RE L AYS
RE L AY STATE
se l ec t :
1
o f
3
3
Alarm Delay
Used to set a delay for the relay activation in case of
concentration alarms.
Use the <set> key to enter or continue in the menu
with the cursor keys <up> or <down>.
3
Fault Trigger
Used to define the trigger conditions for activation of
the Fault Relay.
Use the <set> key to enter or continue in the menu
with the cursor keys <up> or <down>.
RE L AYS
A L A RM D E L A Y
se l ec t :
2
o f
RE L AYS
F A U L T T R I GG E R
se l ec t :
3
o f
Relay State
Used to individually define the relays to be either
deenergized (normally open contact) or energized
(normally closed contact). Use the <set> key to enter
or continue in the menu with the cursor keys <up> or
<down>.
! Note:
Individual settings for alarm levels, gas name, and the 4-20 mA output range, will automatically
revert to the factory programmed settings, whenever a new sensor type with a part number
different from the part number of the sensor used before is installed.
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
6-13
Configuration - Section 6
Relay State
Used to individually define the Alarm 1, Alarm 2, and
Fault Relay to be either deenergized (normally open
contact) or energized (normally closed contact).
Ex factory the relays are deenergized (normally open
contacts). Use the <set> key to enter.
RE L AYS
RE L AY STATE
se l ec t :
1
o f
3
RE L AY STATE
A L A RM 1 R E L A Y
se l ec t :
1
o f
Allows to set the Alarm 1 Relay state.
3
RE L AY STATE
A L A RM 2 R E L A Y
se l ec t :
2
o f
Allows to set the Alarm 2 Relay state.
se l ec t :
3
Allows to set the Fault Relay state.
o f
se l ec t :
A L A RM 1
1
o f
Alarm 1 Relay
Allows the user to set the Alarm 1 Relay state.
Use the <set> key to enter.
The instrument will show the actual setting.
3
RE L AY
D E E N E RG I Z E D / NO
se l ec t :
A L A RM 1
1
o f
2
RE L AY
E N E RG I Z E D / N C
se l ec t :
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
2
o f
Fault Relay
3
RE L AY STATE
A L A RM 1 R E L A Y
Alarm 2 Relay
3
RE L AY STATE
FAUL T RE L AY
Alarm 1 Relay
2
Deenergized / NO
Defines the Alarm 1 Relay to be deenergized (normally
open contact).
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
Energized / NC
Defines the Alarm 1 Relay to be energized (normally
closed contact).
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
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Configuration - Section 6
Alarm 2 Relay
Allows the user to set the Alarm 2 Relay state.
Use the <set> key to enter.
The instrument will show the actual setting.
RE L AY STATE
A L A RM 2 R E L A Y
se l ec t :
2
A L A RM 2
o f
3
RE L AY
D E E N E RG I Z E D / NO
se l ec t :
1
A L A RM 2
o f
2
RE L AY
E N E RG I Z E D / N C
se l ec t :
2
o f
2
RE L AY STATE
FAUL T RE L AY
se l ec t :
3
o f
FAUL T RE L AY
se l ec t :
1
o f
2
FAUL T RE L AY
E N E RG I Z E D / N C
se l ec t :
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
2
o f
Energized / NC
Defines the Alarm 2 Relay to be energized (normally
closed contact).
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
Allows the user to set the Fault Relay state.
Use the <set> key to enter.
The instrument will show the actual setting.
3
D E E N E RG I Z E D / NO
Deenergized / NO
Defines the Alarm 2 Relay to be deenergized (normally
open contact).
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit..
2
Fault Relay
Deenergized / NO
Defines the Fault Relay to be deenergized (normally
open contact).
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit..
Energized / NC
Defines the Fault Relay to be energized (normally closed
contact).
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
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Configuration - Section 6
Alarm Delay
Used to define an alarm delay for concentration alarms.
Minimum value is 0, maximum setting is 99.9 seconds.
Default setting is 3.0 seconds.
Actuate the <set> key to enter and show the actual
setting.
RE L AYS
A L A RM D E L A Y
se l ec t :
2
o f
3
<Actual Alarm Delay>
To change the value, use the cursor keys <left> or
<right> to reach the desired position.
Use the cursor keys <up> and <down> to select the
figures you wish to enter.
After the new value has been entered, actuate the <set>
key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
A L A RM D E L A Y
3.0 sec .
p l ease
en t e r
!
Fault Trigger
Allows the user to define, which fault conditions will activate the Fault Relay. Ex factory the setting is Fault Only.
Use the <set> key to enter.
The instrument will show the actual setting.
RE L AYS
F A U L T T R I GG E R
se l ec t :
FAUL T
3
o f
T R I GG E R
F A U L T ON L Y
se l ec t :
FAUL T
3
1
o f
T R I GG E R
F A U L T +WA R N I NG
se l ec t :
FAUL T
2
se l ec t :
ALL
o f
4
T R I GG E R
F A U L T + MA I N T
FAUL T
4
3
o f
4
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
4
Fault + Warning
Used to configure the Fault Relay to be activated in case
of a fault or warning condition only.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
Fault + Maintenance
Used to configure the Fault Relay to be activated in case
of a fault or maintenance condition only.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
All
T R I GG E R
se l ec t :
Fault Only
Used to configure the Fault Relay to be activated in case
of a fault condition only.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
o f
4
Used to configure the Fault Relay to be activated in case
of a fault, warning, or maintenance condition.
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
6-16
Troubleshooting - Section 7
This section will help to determine the source of a fault or
warning condition and will provide a corrective action.
7.1
Warning and Fault Messages
There are two general indications, warnings and faults, which require different attention.
If a fault or warning message does not appear in this section or if further assistance is
required, contact our service department.
7.1.1Warnings
A warning condition indicates that the instrument requires some attention, but the
instrument is still able to monitor and operate as programmed.
The following will occur when the instrument detects a warning condition:
- the green status LED is flashing
- an alternating signal (2.8 to 4.0 mA, 0.1 Hz) is sent to external control systems;
depending on the configuration, this function can be enabled or disabled.
- depending on the configuration, the fault relay will be activated.
Press the <set> key to acknowledge and reset a Warning Condition.
L OW Z E R O
AsH3
!
0 . 00
p pm
CHECK S ENSOR !
AsH3
0 . 00
p pm
Low Zero !
This message indicates that the zero point of the sensor is out
of the optimum range.
To correct this problem, check the zero adjustment and
recalibrate, if necessary.
Check Sensor !
This message indicates that the sensor sensitivity does not
comply with the specifications.
The sensor must soon be replaced. Whilst most sensors will
work for another 2-6 weeks, there are circumstances that may
cause an earlier failure of the sensor cell. Honeywell therefore
suggests that customers with more critical needs carry out
the replacement of the sensor cell within 3 days (72 hours) of
receiving the “check sensor" message.
To receive this message, the function Auto Selftest must be
configured enabled; refer to Section 6, Configuration.
! This function is not available for instruments with
oxygen sensor or catalytic sensor.
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
7-1
Troubleshooting - Section 7
7.1.2Faults
Instrument faults refer to a problem which prevents the instrument from operating properly
and interferes with the ability to monitor or document concentration alarms.
If the instrument has detected an instrument fault, a fault signal of a defined output current
for each different fault condition is sent to attached control systems. The green status LED
is off. The LCD display is flashing while indicating the specific fault message.
- - - - FAUL T - - - A D C NO T R E A D Y !
- - - - FAUL T - - - NO S E N S OR !
Fault - ADC Not Ready !
This indicates that there is a problem with the internal
electronics. The AD Converter has failed.
Switch power supply for this unit off and on again. If the
instrument still shows this message, switch off power supply
for this unit and contact MST for further instructions.
Output current is 2.0 mA.
Fault - No Sensor !
This message indicates that no sensor is inserted or that a
sensor type not suitable for the Satellite is used.
To eliminate the problem, insert the correct sensor.
When using the Satellite in combination with the sensor
extension, make sure that all connections are firmly attached.
Output current is 1.8 mA.
- - - - FAUL T - - - WR ON G S E N S OR !
Fault - Wrong Sensor !
This message indicates that the sensor installed is not the
sensor assigned to this particular instrument.
To correct the problem, insert the sensor assigned and
documented to this instrument. The data are stated in the test
certificate provided with the shipment.
Output current is 1.6 mA.
- - - - FAUL T - - - R E P L A C E S E N S OR !
Fault - Replace Sensor !
This message indicates that the sensor presently installed is
depleted (the warning CHECK SENSOR ! has been ignored).
To correct the problem, replace the old sensor immediately.
Output current is 1.4 mA.
! This function is not available for instruments with
oxygen sensor or catalytic sensor.
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
7-2
Troubleshooting - Section 7
- - - - FAUL T - - - EXTRACT I VE !
Fault - Extractive !
Only for instruments with Extractive Module.
This message indicates that there is a problem with the
Extractive Module. Check power supply, sample tubing,
sampletubing connections, and sample line filter. Perform any
corrective action required.
Output current is 1.2 mA.
If the message is still shown, please contact our service
department for further instructions.
Fault - Pyrolyzer !
- - - - FAUL T - - - P Y RO L Y Z E R !
Only for instruments with Pyrolyzer Module.
This message indicates that there is a problem with the
Pyrolyzer Module.
Output current is 1.0 mA.
Please contact our service department for further
instructions.
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
7-3
Reference Information - Section 8
8.1
Sensor Order Information
Substance / Sensor
 
 
AsH3
Arsine (3 El.)
AsH3
AsH3
Nominal
Range
Unit
 
Note
 
9602-6004
0 ...
1.00
ppm
 
Yes
Arsine (2 El.)
9602-6000
0 ...
1.00
ppm
1)
Yes
Arsine (2 El.)
9602-6002
0 ...
10.0
ppm
1)
Yes
B2H6
Diborane
9602-6202
0 ...
1.00
ppm
 
Yes
Br2
Bromine
9602-6800
0 ...
5.00
ppm
 
No
C4F6
Hexafluorobutadiene
9602-9732
0 ...
50.0
ppm
3)
no data
C5F8
Octafluorocyclopentene
9602-9730
0 ...
20.0
ppm
3)
no data
CH3F
Methyl Fluoride
9602-9720
0 ...
0.500
% vol
3)
no data
CH4
Methane
9602-9900
0 ...
100
% LEL
4)
no data
Cl2:
Chlorine
9602-5300
0 ...
5.00
ppm
 
Yes
ClF3
Chlorine Trifluoride
9602-7410
0 ...
1.00
ppm
 
No
ClO2
Chlorine Dioxide
9602-7400
0 ...
1.00
ppm
 
No
CO
Carbon Monoxide
9602-5400
0 ...
500
ppm
 
Yes
COCl2
DCE
1,2
C2H4O
Phosgene
9602-6600
0 ...
1.00
ppm
 
Yes
Di-chloro-ethylene 1,2
9602-9600
0 ...
1000
ppm
3)
Ethylene Oxide
9602-8000
0 ...
20.0
ppm
F2
Fluorine
9602-6400
0 ...
5.00
ppm
 
F2
Fluorine
9602-6401
0 ...
30
ppm
 
No
GeH4
Germane
9602-6902
0 ...
5.0
ppm
 
Yes
H2
Hydrogen (1%)
9602-5100
0 ...
1.000
% vol
 
Yes
H2
Hydrogen (4 %)
9602-5101
0 ...
4.00
% vol
2)
Yes
H2S
Hydrogen Sulfide
9602-5200
0 ...
100
ppm
 
Yes
H2S
Hydrogen Sulfide (org.)
9602-5201
0 ...
30.0
ppm
1)
Yes
H2Se
Hydrogen Selenide
9602-5601
0 ...
5.00
ppm
 
No
HBr
Hydrogen Bromide
9602-7000
0 ...
30.0
ppm
 
No
HCl
Hydrogen Chloride
9602-5800
0 ...
30.0
ppm
 
No
HCN
Hydrogen Cyanide
9602-5700
0 ...
30.0
ppm
 
No
HF
Hydrogen Fluoride
9602-6500
0 ...
10.0
ppm
 
No
HMDS
Hexamethyldisilazane
9602-6714
0 ...
500
ppm
 
Yes
HMDS
Hexamethyldisilazane
9602-6715
0 ...
0.500
% vol
 
Yes
N2H4
Hydrazine
9602-7600
0 ...
1.00
ppm
 
No
NF3
Nitrogen Trifluoride
9602-9700
0 ...
50.0
ppm
3)
NH3
Ammonia (100 ppm)
9602-6704
0 ...
100
ppm
 
No
NH3
Ammonia (1000 ppm)
9602-6705
0 ...
1000
ppm
2)
No
NO
Nitric Oxide
9602-7200
0 ...
250
ppm
 
Yes
NO2
Nitrogen Dioxide
9602-7300
0 ...
25.0
ppm
 
Yes
O2
Oxygen
9602-5500
0 ...
25.0
% vol
 
Yes
O3
Ozone
9602-7100
0 ...
1.00
ppm
 
No
O3
Ozone
9602-7101
0 ...
1.00
ppm
1)
No
PH3
Phosphine (3 El.)
9602-6102
0 ...
1.00
ppm
 
Yes
PH3
Phosphine (2 El.)
9602-6100
0 ...
1.00
ppm
1)
Yes
SF6
Sulfur Hexafluoride
9602-9710
0 ...
0.500
% vol
3)
no data
SiH4
Silane
9602-6301
0 ...
50.0
ppm
 
Yes
SO2
Sulfur Dioxide
9602-5900
0 ...
25.0
ppm
 
Yes
TEOS
Tetraethyl Orthosilicate
9602-7500
0 ...
100
ppm
 
No
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
Part No
Sensor
Dust Filter
allowed
no data
no data
No
no data
8-1
Reference Information - Section 8
Substance / Sensor
 
 
TMB
Trimethyl borate
TMP
Trimethyl phosphite
 
 
 
Part No
Sensor
Nominal
Range
Unit
 
Note
 
9602-7510
0 ...
500
ppm
 
No
9602-7800
0 ...
30.0
ppm
 
Yes
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Notes: 1) Special application
Dust Filter
allowed
 
 
2) Special range
 
 
 
 
3) Pyrolyzer Module required for detection
 
 
 
 
4) Only for use with Satellite XT C-versions
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Further gases and ranges on request
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
8-2
Reference Information - Section 8
8.2
4 - 20 mA Signal Output Range
Substance / Sensor
 
 
3MS
Trimethylsilane
Part No.
Sensor
9602-6210
4 - 20 mA Range
 Min
0 ...
7.5
Default
Max
Unit
Alarm 1
Setting
20.0
50.0
ppm
2.5
AsH3
Arsine (3 El.)
9602-6004
0 ...
0.15
1.00
10.00
ppm
0.05
AsH3
Arsine (2 El.)
9602-6000
0 ...
0.15
1.00
10.00
ppm
0.05
AsH3
Arsine (2 El.)
9602-6002
0 ...
3.0
10.0
10.0
ppm
1.0
B2H6
Diborane
9602-6202
0 ...
0.30
1.00
10.00
ppm
0.10
Br2
Bromine
9602-6800
0 ...
0.30
5.00
10.00
ppm
0.10
C4F6
Hexafluorobutadiene
9602-9732
0 ...
30.0
50.0
100.0
ppm
6.0
C5F8
Octafluorocyclopentene
9602-9730
0 ...
6.0
20.0
50.0
ppm
2.0
CH3F
Methyl Fluoride
9602-9720
0 ...
0.300
0.500
1.000
% vol
0.100
% LEL
CH4
Methane
9602-9900
0 ...
60
100
100
Cl2:
Chlorine
9602-5300
0 ...
1.50
5.00
10.00
ppm
20
0.50
ClF3
Chlorine Trifluoride
9602-7410
0 ...
0.30
1.00
5.00
ppm
0.10
ClO2
Chlorine Dioxide
9602-7400
0 ...
0.30
1.00
5.00
ppm
0.10
CO
Carbon Monoxide
9602-5400
0 ...
75
500
1000
ppm
30
COCl2
Phosgene
9602-6600
0 ...
0.30
1.00
10.00
ppm
0.10
DCE 1,2 Di-chloro-ethylene 1,2
9602-9600
0 ...
600
1000
1000
ppm
200
C2H4O
9602-8000
0 ...
10.0
20.0
50.0
ppm
3.0
Ethylene Oxide
F2
Fluorine
9602-6400
0 ...
0.30
5.00
10.00
ppm
0.10
F2
Fluorine
9602-6401
0 ...
9
30
50
ppm
3
GeH4
Germane
9602-6902
0 ...
0.6
5.0
10.0
ppm
0.2
H2
Hydrogen (1%)
9602-5100
0 ...
0.300
1.000
1.000
% vol
0.100
H2
Hydrogen (4 %)
9602-5101
0 ...
3.00
4.00
10.00
% vol
1.00
H2S
Hydrogen Sulfide
9602-5200
0 ...
30
100
500
ppm
10
H2S
Hydrogen Sulfide (org.)
9602-5201
0 ...
30.0
30.0
50.0
ppm
10.0
H2Se
Hydrogen Selenide
9602-5601
0 ...
0.15
5.00
10.00
ppm
0.05
HBr
Hydrogen Bromide
9602-7000
0 ...
6.0
30.0
50.0
ppm
2.0
HCl
Hydrogen Chloride
9602-5800
0 ...
15.0
30.0
50.0
ppm
5.0
HCN
Hydrogen Cyanide
9602-5700
0 ...
15.0
30.0
50.0
ppm
10.0
HF
Hydrogen Fluoride
9602-6500
0 ...
9.0
10.0
50.0
ppm
3.0
HMDS
Hexamethyldisilazane
9602-6714
0 ...
300
500
1000
ppm
100
HMDS
Hexamethyldisilazane
9602-6715
0 ...
0.300
0.500
1.000
% vol
0.100
N2H4
Hydrazine
9602-7600
0 ...
0.30
1.00
10.00
ppm
0.10
NF3
Nitrogen Trifluoride
9602-9700
0 ...
30.0
50.0
100.0
ppm
10.0
NH3
Ammonia (100 ppm)
9602-6704
0 ...
60
100
200
ppm
20
NH3
Ammonia (1000 ppm)
9602-6705
0 ...
300
1000
1000
ppm
100
NO
Nitric Oxide
9602-7200
0 ...
75
250
1000
ppm
25
NO2
Nitrogen Dioxide
9602-7300
0 ...
9.0
25.0
100.0
ppm
5.0
O2
Oxygen
9602-5500
0 ...
25.0
25.0
30.0
% vol
18.0
O3
Ozone
9602-7100
0 ...
0.30
1.00
10.00
ppm
0.10
O3
Ozone
9602-7101
0 ...
0.30
1.00
10.00
ppm
0.10
PH3
Phosphine (3 El.)
9602-6102
0 ...
0.30
1.00
10.00
ppm
0.10
PH3
Phosphine (2 El.)
9602-6100
0 ...
0.30
1.00
10.00
ppm
0.10
SF6
Sulfur Hexafluoride
9602-9710
0 ...
0.300
0.500
1.000
% vol
0.100
SiH4
Silane
9602-6301
0 ...
15.0
50.0
100.0
ppm
5.0
SO2
Sulfur Dioxide
9602-5900
0 ...
6.0
25.0
100.0
ppm
2.0
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
8-3
Reference Information - Section 8
Substance / Sensor
 
 
Part No.
Sensor
4 - 20 mA Range
 Min
Default
Max
Unit
Alarm 1
Setting
TEOS
Tetraethyl Orthosilicate
9602-7500
0 ...
30
100
500
ppm
10
TMB
Trimethylborate
9602-7510
0 ...
300
500
1000
ppm
100
TMP
Trimethyl phosphite
9602-7800
Min
Default
Max
minimum settable range
nominal (standard) range
maximum settable range
8.3
0 ... 6.0
30.0
50.0
ppm
2.0
Note:
Alarm 2 Setting = 2 x Alarm 1 Setting
Default and Alarm Settings are the standard values
set ex factory.
K-Factors for Satellite XT C-Versions
Catalytic sensors are calibrated for methane. When monitoring for other combustible gases, a
correction factor must be entered; consult our local representative.
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
8-4
Reference Information - Section 8
8.4
Spares and Accessories
Part Number
Description
 
 
9602.0050.10.03
Mounting Rail Standard
9602.0050.10.02
Mounting Plate DIN-Rail, Option
9602.0051.10.02
Mounting Plate L-shaped with DIN-Rail, Option
 
 
9602.0090.00.01
Sensor Extension, 2 meters
9602.0091.00.01
Sensor Extension, 3 meters
9602.0092.00.01
Sensor Extension, 1 meter
 
 
9602.0093.00.01
Sensor Extension Combustible Gases, 2 meters
9602.0094.00.01
Sensor Extension Combustible Gases 3 meters
 
 
9602.0095.40.00
Calibration Cap
 
 
9630-0423
Junction Box for max. 2 nodes
9630-0424
Junction Box for max. 6 nodes
9630-0505
Junction Box 1 node /R-Version
 
 
9630-0231
3-wire shielded cable, 3x1.0 mm2, 100 m coil
 
 
9902-4000
duct mounting saddle (assembly), 4 inches
9902-4010
duct mounting saddle (assembly), 6 inches
9902-4020
duct mounting saddle (assembly), 8 inches
9902-4030
duct mounting saddle (assembly), 10 inches
9902-4040
duct mounting saddle (assembly), 12 inches
9902-4100
duct mounting saddle (assembly), 1.5 inches
9902-4110
duct mounting saddle (assembly), 2 inches
9902-4120
duct mounting saddle (assembly), 2,5 inches
9902-4130
duct mounting saddle (assembly), 3 inches
9902-4200
duct mounting saddle (assembly), flat
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
8-5
Extractive Module XT - Section 9
9.1
Principle of Operation
The Extractive Module XT is an add-on module for use in combination with the
Satellite XT. It enables for keeping hazardous, difficult to reach, or otherwise inaccessible areas under continuous surveillance. It is capable of sampling areas up to 50 m away. Power is supplied via the Satellite XT. Status information is provided by the Satellite XT that provides the digital interface as well.
The module contains a diagnosis for electronics and pump. The correct gas flow is factory
set and saved in the instrument. If there is a problem with the Extractive Module XT, the
display of the Satellite XT shows the fault message FAULT EXTRACTIVE. For information
on fault messages and instructions on how to correct a fault condition, please refer to
Section 7, Troubleshooting.
9.2
General Instructions
Listed hereafter several aspects that should be reflected when locating monitoring point
and instrument. When placing the sampling point , the property (lighter or heavier than air) of the target gas must be considered. The instrument should be mounted as close to the
monitoring location as possible to minimize sample transport time. The area immediately
surrounding the sample inlet at the monitoring point must be free from objects that might
hinder free flow of air. The instrument should be installed away from any possible liquid
sources, extreme dust and dirt sources and should be protected against rain and sunlight.
The sample line should be run as direct as possible to improve transport time. Avoid
running the sample line through areas of great temperature extremes. The sample outlet
must be connected to an exhaust line and must be properly vented. Both, sample and
exhaust tubing must not be crimped or placed in an area where weight could collapse the
tubing.
Dust may be a result of construction as well as manufacturing activities. If unusual
quantities of dust are expected at the monitoring location, an appropriate filter for the sample line must be installed. The use of a dust filter depends on the target gas, refer to
the table Sensor Order Information in Section 8, Reference Information, or contact our
service department.
As excess amounts of dirt in the filters will reduce the sample flow and will thus affect con
centration readings of the instrument, make sure to regularly change sample line filters (every 1 to 6 months, depending on the ambient conditions). For order information refer to
Section 8, Reference Information, Spares and Accessories.
Moisture may occur as rain entering a line at an outdoor sampling location or as
condensation from outdoor-to-indoor temperature fluctuations. In case of unusual
quantities of moisture, appropriate steps must be taken to protect the instrument; consult
us for respective assistance.
9.3
Safety Instructions
Never use compressed air to clean the tubing while it is connected to the instrument.
Use isopropanol and a soft cloth to clean the housing. Do not use any aggressive
detergents.
! Note:
To extend an existing Satellite XT to an extractive system, please contact our service
department. This modification makes it necessary to open the housing of the Satellite XT,
which is only allowed for authorized persons.
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
9-1
Extractive Module XT - Section 9
9.4
Instrument Design
Front View showing Extractive Module XT connected to Satellite XT.
A
B
А
Line - Outlet
A Exhaust Exhaust
Line - Outlet
В
Sensor Holder
B Sensor Holder
esc
MST Extractive
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
MST Satellite XT
set
9-2
Extractive Module XT - Section 9
Side View (left)
A Exhaust Line - Outlet
B Sensor Holder
C Sample Line - Gas Inlet
Side View (right)
B Sensor Holder
D Sensor Connection to Satellite XT
E Connection Extractive Module XT and Satellite XT
B
C
B
D
A
E
D
C
A
Top View (only Extractive Module XT)
A Exhaust Line - Outlet
B Sensor Holder
C Sample Line - Gas Inlet
D Sensor Connection to Satellite XT
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
Gas
Inlet
Outlet
B
9-3
Extractive Module XT - Section 9
9.5Mounting
The Extractive Module XT is prepared for DIN-rail mounting. An appropriate mounting rail
is delivered with the instrument, which allows mounting the Extractive Module XT and the
Satellite XT side by side.
Mount this rail to a wall with the appropriate fasteners and slide both modules onto it.
Plug in male and female connector of Satellite XT and Extractive Module XT.
1
esc
MST Extractive
MST Satellite XT
set
Module Connections
Module Connections
 
 
  sample tubing.
 
 
sample tubing.
 
 
  sensor connection between Extractive Module
  XT and Satellite XT.
sensor connection between Extractive Module XT and
 
Data link
Satellite
XT.and power supply.
 
 
 
 
Data link and power supply.
 
9.6
Tubing Connections
Tubing material is PTFE or PFA with an outer diameter of 1/4” and an inner diameter of
3/16”. Length and inner diameter of the sample line will affect the response time. Length of
the sample lines should be kept as short as possible. With a sample line ID of 3/16”
(4.7 mm) and a length of 10 m, the delay in response does not exceed 30 seconds.
Exhaust Line Outlet
The fitting for connection of the exhaust line outlet is located on top of the instrument and
marked “Outlet”. Since hazardous gas concentrations may still be present at the exhaust
line outlet, it is recommended to connect the exhaust line to an exhaust duct.
Sample Line Inlet
The fitting for connecting the sample line inlet is located on top of the housing and marked
“Gas Inlet”. Improper installation of the sample inlet tube may result in dilution or even
complete loss of the sample.
Note: If the pump is operated at the maximum sample line distance of 50 m, the
maximum exhaust line length is 25 m to avoid flow failure due to back pressure in
the pump.
Note:
Do not apply power until the system is ready for start-up.
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
9-4
Extractive Module XT - Section 9
9.7
Sensor Replacement
This procedure is used to replace a depleted sensor by a fresh sensor. The replacement sensor must
have the same part number as the installed sensor. Press the <esc> key on the Satellite XT keypad
and enter the password to exit the Monitoring Mode. The green status LED of the Satellite XT is off,
the instrument is not monitoring. A maintenance message is transmitted to the communication
network.
Go to the Maintenance Menu and press the <set> key to enter.
Go to the submenu Sensor Service and press the <set> key to enter.
Follow the dialogue displayed at the bottom line of the screen - Figure 1.
Figure 1
<REMOVE SENSOR>
Unscrew the gland nut (F) to remove the
sensor holder (B) from the flow adapter of
the Extractive Module XT - Figure 2.
Remove the installed sensor (G) Figure 3.
Press the <set> key to continue.
Unpack the replacement sensor and
.
remove shorting
device from the sensor
plug, where necessary.
MA I N T ENANCE
S E N S OR S E R V I C E
se l ec t :
1
o f
7
S ENSOR S ERV I CE
R EMO V E S E N S OR
<se t >
when
r eady
S ENSOR S ERV I CE
R E P L A C EME N T
p l ease
i nse r t
!
S ENSOR S ERV I CE
L O A D N EW D A T A ?
<se t >
t o
con f i rm
S ENSOR S ERV I CE
L O A D I NG D A T A !
p l ease
S E N S OR
wa i t
!
W A RM - U P !
1 . 23
p pm
Sa t e l l i t e XT
AsH3
0 . 00
p pm
<REPLACEMENT>
Insert the new sensor (G) into the socket
inside the sensor holder, aligning nose of
the socket, groove of the sensor, and the
arrow printed on the sensor label Figure 4.
Insert the sensor holder (B) with the
replacement sensor installed into the
flow adapter of the instrument and fasten
the gland nut (F) - Figure 5.
Press the <set> key to continue.
B
Figure 2
F
Figure 3
F
Figure 4
F
G
<LOAD NEW DATA ?>
If you want the data of the new
. sensor to
be loaded, confirm this message by
pressing the <set> key.
<LOADING DATA !>
The instrument is now loading the new
data from the sensor into the unit’s
internal memory.
<SENSOR WARM-UP>
A sensor warm-up is performed and the
display of the Satellite XT shows the
according message, until the displayed
value is zero. The warm-up time required
depends on the type of sensor.
After the sensor warm-up, the instrument
will automatically switch to the Monitoring
Mode.
The Sensor Service procedure is also
described in Section 4, Maintenance.
Figure 5
G
B
F
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
9-5
Extractive Module XT - Section 9
9.8
Technical Specifications
Power Requirements
  voltage
  consumption
power is provided by the Satellite XT,
power supply range 18 - 24 VDC
 
max. 2.4 W
   
 
   
Physical Dimensions
 
   
  size
78 x 95,5 x 50 mm
(W x H x D)
   
3,1" x 3,8" x 2,0"
(W x H x D)
  weight
500 g
   
   
17.6 oz
   
Housing Protection Class
IP 30
   
   
 
   
RFI / EMC
EN 50270
   
   
   
Operating Conditions
 
  sample tubing
OD 1/4” ID 3/16” PTFE or PFA
  response time
< 30 sec. with a tubing length of 10m
  temperature
0 °C ... +40 °C
 
   
+32 °F ... +104 °F
 
  pressure
700 ... 1300 hPа
 
  humidity
20 ... 90 % r.h.
-150mbar
Maximum negative pressure
(at pump)
Maximum sample line length
Recommended sample
line length
   
   
50 m (see note in section 9.6)
10 m
 
 
Part Number
   
   
version for toxic/corrosive gases
(except C5F8 and SF6)
version for combustible gases
20404-0200
version for C5F8 and SF6
20404-0300
20404-0250
Warning:
Extractive Module 20404-0200 must only be used with Pyrolyzer
Modules 20408-0110, 20408-0112, 20408-0116 and 20408-0122.
Extractive Module 20404-0300 must only be used with Pyrolyzer
Modules 20408-0114 and 20408-0120.
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Pyrolyzer Module XT - Section 10
10.1
Principle of Operation
The Pyrolyzer Module XT is an add-on module for monitoring gases requiring pyrolytic sample
preparation for detectability. It requires both, a Satellite XT and an Extractive Module XT.
The connected Satellite XT displays the module’s status of operation and provides the digital
interface.
Each instrument is only configured for monitoring the substance specified on the identification
label. The instrument is delivered with a certain sensor installed. Reference for assignment of
instrument and sensor is the serial number. These data are also documented in the Certificate
of Quality Control provided with the shipment. Instrument and sensor have been gas calibrated
and these specific calibration parameters are stored in the integrated data memory of sensor
and instrument.
Make sure to use only sensors for the substance specified on the module’s identification label.
Use only sensors designed for use with the Pyrolyzer Module XT.
The Pyrolyzer Module XT is powered by a wide range power supply. The module contains
a diagnosis for electronics and filament. The filament voltage is factory set and saved in the
instrument. If there is a problem with the Pyrolyzer Module XT, the display of the Satellite XT
reads FAULT PYROLYZER. Information on fault messages and instructions on how to correct
a fault condition, are provided in Section 7, Troubleshooting.
10.2
General Instructions
Listed hereafter are several aspects that should be reflected when locating monitoring point
and instrument. When placing the sampling point , the property (lighter or heavier than air)
of the target gas must be considered. The instrument should be mounted as close to the
monitoring location as possible to minimize sample transport time. The area immediately
surrounding the sample inlet at the monitoring point must be free from objects that might
hinder free flow of air. The instrument should be installed away from any possible liquid
sources, extreme dust and dirt sources and should be protected against rain and sunlight.
The instrument must be mounted in an upright position. The ventilation apertures on top
and rear of the the housing must not be covered. The instrument must be easily accessable
for operation and there must be sufficient space above the instrument to allow sensor
replacement or to open the housing for maintenance purposes.
The sample line should be run as direct as possible to improve transport time. Avoid running
the sample line through areas of great temperature extremes. The sample outlet must be
connected to an exhaust line and must be properly vented. Both, sample and exhaust tubing
must not be crimped or placed in an area where weight could collapse the tubing.
10.3
Safety Instructions
Always disconnect the Pyrolyzer Module XT from mains power before you open the housing.
The vents on top and rear of the instrument must not be covered. Do not enter any tapered or
sharp items into the vents.
Use isopropanol and a soft cloth to clean the housing. Do not use any aggressive detergents.
Never use compressed air to clean the tubing when connected to the instrument. This will
destroy the internal pressure switch.
WARNING: The Pyrolyzer Module XT will not respond to the target gas in conditions of
less than 20 % r.h. Observe the specified operating conditions for humidity.
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Pyrolyzer Module XT - Section 10
10.4
Instrument Design
The Pyrolyzer Module XT can only be operated in combination with the Satellite XT and the
Extractive Module XT. All three modules are prepared for DIN-rail assembly.
Figure 2:Front view of the complete assembly
Pyrolyzer Module, Extractive Module, and Satellite XT.
Figure 1: Side view of the Pyrolyzer
Module only.
F
G
H
M
J
esc
MST Extractive
L
MST Satellite XT
set
K
Figure 3: Top View of the complete assembly
G
Pyrolyzer Module XT
Inlet
Gas
Outlet
Gas
Inlet
Outlet
B Sensor Holder
F Sample Line - Inlet
B
Extractive Module XT
Satellite XT
G Vent
H Sample Line - connection to Extractive Module XT
J DIN-rail
K Data Link - Pyrolyzer Module XT to Extractive Module XT
L Power Fitting
M Adapter for DIN-rail
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Pyrolyzer Module XT - Section 10
10.5Mounting
The Pyrolyzer Module XT is prepared for DIN-rail assembly. An appropriate mounting rail is
delivered with the instrument. Mount this rail to a flat surface with the appropriate
fasteners.
When the rail is mounted, follow the steps below:
1. Slide the Pyrolyzer Module XT onto the rail mounted to the wall, see Figure 4.
Figure 4
1
Figure 4
1
2. Slide the Extractive Module XT onto the rail at the front of the Pyrolyzer Module XT, see
Figure 5.
3. Slide the Satellite XT onto the rail at the front of the Pyrolyzer Module XT, as illustrated in
Figure 5.
4. Plug in male and female connector of Satellite XT and Extractive Module XT.
See also Section 9, Extractive Module XT Installation.
Figure 5
Figure 5
4
2
2
MST Extractive
MST Extractive
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
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3
3
esc
set
MSTescSatellite XT
MST Satellite XT
set
10-3
Pyrolyzer Module XT - Section 10
10.6
Tubing Connections
Tubing material is PTFE or PFA with an outer diameter of 1/4” and an inner diameter of 3/16”.
Length and inner diameter of the sample line will affect the response time. Length of the
sample lines should be kept as short as possible. With a sample line ID of 3/16” (4.7 mm) and
a length of 10 m, the delay in response does not exceed 30 seconds.
Moisture may occur either as rain entering a line at an outdoor sampling location or as
condensation from outdoor-to-indoor temperature fluctuations. In case of unusual quantities of
moisture, appropriate steps must be taken to protect the instrument; consult us for respective
assistance.
Sample Line Inlet
The fitting for connecting the sample line inlet is located on top of the housing and marked
“Inlet”. Improper installation of the sample inlet tube may result in dilution or even complete
loss of sample.
Sample Line Filter
Dust may be a result of construction as well as manufacturing activities. If unusual quantities
of dust are expected at the monitoring location, an appropriate filter for the sample line must
be installed. The use of a dust filter depends on the target gas, refer to the table Sensor Order
Information in Section 8, Reference Information, or contact our service department. As excess
amounts of dirt in the filters will reduce the sample flow and will thus affect concentration
readings of the instrument, make sure to regularly change sample line filters (every 1 to 6
months, depending on the ambient conditions). For order information refer to Section 8,
Reference Information, Spares and Accessories.
Module Connections
 
 
 
sample tubing.
 
 
Module
Connections
sensor connection between Extractive
 
Module
XT and Satellite XT.
sample
tubing.
 
 
data link connecting Pyrolyzer Module
sensor
between
Extractive
 
XT connection
and Extractive
Module
XT / Satellite
Module
XT. XT and Satellite XT.
linkLink
connecting Pyrolyzer Module XT
10.7 data
Data
and
Extractive
Module
XT green)
/ Satellite
XT.
Plug the cable
(pictured
from
the
bottom plate of the Pyrolyzer Module
into the connector in the bottom of the
Extractive Module XT.
10.8
Power Connection
Use a standard power cable (obey any
local regulations) and bring it through the
power cable fitting into the module. Open
the module from the top and connect
90 ... 240 VAC
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Pyrolyzer Module XT - Section 10
Inlet
Outlet
Inlet
Outlet
Extractive Modul XT
Satellite XT
Pyrolyzer XT with bypass for C5F8
When the Pyrolyzer is used with C5F8, the flow needs to be adjusted at the outlet of the Extractive
Module XT to 0.5 l/min or 30 l/h.
30 l/h
0,5 l/min
Flowmeter
On the underside of the Extractive Module XT is the interconnection to the Pyrolyzer Module XT, and
next to it, two small holes which gives access to two pushbuttons. The left hand button will increase the
flow, and the right hand button will decrease it.
The adjustment is required as the internal flow resistance is different to the other types of the Pyrolyzer
Module XT and this resistance would damage the Extractive Module XT.
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Pyrolyzer Module XT - Section 10
10.9
Technical Specifications
Power requirements
 
  Voltage
90 ... 240 VAC
  Consumption
approx. 22 W / 2.13 A
   
 
Physical dimensions
 
  Size:
223 х 97 х 100 mm (W х H х D)
   
8,8" x 3,8" x 3,9" (W х H х D)
  Weight:
1800 g
   
4 lbs
   
 
Housing Protection Class
IP 30
   
 
RFI / EMC
EN 50270
   
EN 61010-1
   
 
Operating Conditions
 
  Sample tubing
OD 1/4” ID 3/16”
  Response time
  Temperature
< 30 sec. with a tubing length of
10m
0 °C ... +40 °C
   
+32 °F ... +104 °F
  Pressure
700 ... 1300 hPа
  Humidity
20 ... 90 % r.h.
Note:
For applications where the humidity is less than 20 % r.h., consider
using the MST Sample Conditioning System - Humidifier, part number
20408-4010.
Minimum Oxygen content of sample
3 %v/v
   
Part Numbers
 
 
  Pyrolyzer Module XT NF3
20408-0110
  Pyrolyzer Module XT 1,2-DCE
20408-0112
  Pyrolyzer Module XT SF6
20408-0114
  Pyrolyzer Module XT CH3F
20408-0116
  Pyrolyzer Module XT C5F8
20408-0120
  Pyrolyzer Module XT C4F6
20408-0122
Warning:
Pyrolyzer Modules 20408-0110, 20408-0112, 20408-0116 and 20408-0122
must only be used with Extractive Module 20404-0200.
Pyrolyzer Modules 20408-0114 and 20408-0120 must only be used with
Extractive Module 20404-0300.
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
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