Guide to Operation Sat-Ex FTT Versions

Guide to Operation Sat-Ex FTT Versions
Guide to Operation
Sat-Ex FTT Versions
Sat-Ex 20202-0400 FTT
Sat-Ex 20202-0405 FTT/R
Sat-Ex 20202-0450 FTT/C
Sat-Ex 20202-0455 FTT/C/R
Table of Contents
Preface................................................................................................................................i-i
I. Safety and Warning Notices...........................................................................................i-i
II. General Terms of Use....................................................................................................ii-i
- Conventional Usage
- Maintenance and Service
- Use in Areas Subject to Explosion Hazards
- Liability
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
Installation Instructions2-1
2.3
Mounting the Instrument2-3
2.3.1
Mounting Instruments with Sensor Extension 2-3
2.3.2
Mounting Sensor Extensions to Exhaust Ducts 2-4
2.4
Electric Wiring2-5
2.4.1
Wiring Sat-Ex 4-20 mA and 4-20 mA/C
2-5
2.4.2
Wiring Sat-Ex 4-20 mA/R and 4-20 mA/C/R
2-6
2.5
Start-Up2-9
2.6
Installing the Sensor2-10
2.6.1
Instruments without Sensor Extension2-10
2.6.2
Instruments with Sensor Extension2-10
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 Service4-3
4.2
Alarm Reset 4-4
4.3
Alarm/Warn Test4-4
4.4
Device Information4-5
4.5
Sensor Information4-6
4.6
Reset Device4-8
4.7
Service4-8
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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
Section 6 Configuration
6.1
Alarm Settings6-3
6.1.1
Alarm 16-4
6.1.1.1
Alarm 1 State6-5
6.1.1.2
Alarm 1 Level6-5
6.1.1.3
Alarm 1 Trigger6-6
6.1.1.4
Alarm 1 Latch6-6
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
6.13
Relays - only for instruments with relay option
6-12
6.13.1
Relay State6-13
6.13.2
Alarm Delay6-15
6.13.3
Fault Trigger6-15
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
8.1.1
Sensors for Toxic and Corrosive Gases
8-1
8.1.2
Sensors for Oxygen8-2
8.1.3
Sensors for Combustible Gases8-2
8.2
K-Factors for Sat-Ex C-Versions8-2
8.3
Spares and Accessories8-3
8.4
EC-Type Examination Certificate
8-4
8.4.1
EC-Type Examination Certificate - 1st Supplement
8-5
8.4.2
EC-Type Examination Certificate - 2nd Supplement
8-6
8.5
Specifications for Network Components 8-7
8.5.1
Network Terminators 8-7
8.5.2
Relay Output Module8-8
8.5.3
Supervisor Module8-9
8.5.4
Digital Input Module8-10
8.5.5
Analog Input Module8-11
8.5.6
Router Modules8-12
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Safety and Warning Notices
Preface
This guide to operation describes the instrument in detail. For proper operation and optimum
exposure protection, please read it thoroughly prior to installation and start-up of the
instrument and strictly observe all instructions included.
I. Safety and Warning Notices
The Sat-Ex is tested and certified to comply with the requirements relating to the design and
construction of equipment intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres. Use of the
instrument must be in accordance with the conditions specified in the examination certificate.
The instrument must not be used in areas with explosive gas atmospheres (zone 0).
Installation and wiring must be performed by qualified and authorized personnel strictly
observing the regulations for equipment used in potentially explosive atmospheres as well as
the special conditions of use stated in the instrument's examination certificate.
The installation must also comply with any local electrical and fire codes.
For connection of the Sat-Ex to external control and alarm systems, it is compulsory to use
self-contained junction boxes meeting protection class "Ex e".
These junction boxes must be closed prior to start-up of the system and may subsequently
only be opened in compliance with the directives for potentially explosive atmospheres.
Do not apply power until the complete system is ready for start-up.
It is not permitted to make any modifications to the instrument or instrument components or to
use faulty or incomplete parts.
Use only sensors designed and certified for Sat-Ex instruments.
Never install sensors that were used before in instruments other than Sat-Ex.
Sat-Ex instruments must never be opened while energized.
! Non-observance of any directive results in immediate cancellation of the instrument's
registration.
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General Terms of Use
II. General Terms of Use
Conventional Usage
The Sat-Ex is designed for continuous monitoring of TLV or LEL levels of hazardous gas
concentrations in ambient air and may only be used for the purpose described in this guide to
operation.
Maintenance and Service
According to the regulations the equipment must be inspected and serviced at regular intervals to
ensure proper operation. All service procedures must be performed by qualified personnel and must
be recorded for verification. We recommend to have your service personnel trained at Honeywell
Analytics or to conclude an Honeywell Analytics service contract.
Inspections are to examine the actual condition, maintenance includes measures to maintain the
specified condition, and repairs are measures to restore the specified condition. Repairs may only
be carried out by trained and qualified personnel. Inspections, service, and repairs are measures to
maintain the specified condition.
For inspections, maintenance, and repairs only original Honeywell Analytics spares, consumables and
accessories approved for intrinsic safe operation of the instrument may be used. Refer to section 8 for
order information on spares, consumables, and accessories.
Use in Areas Subject to Explosion Hazards
The Sat-Ex is tested and certified to comply with the requirements relating to the design and
construction of equipment intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres. Use of the instrument
must be in accordance with the conditions specified in the examination certificate. The instrument must
not be used in areas with explosive gas atmospheres (zone 0).
It is prohibited to modify the instrument or instrument components or to use faulty or incomplete
parts. When repairing the instrument or its components make sure to strictly observe all regulations
for equipment intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres as well as the special conditions
of use stated in the instrument's examination certificate. Non-observance of any directive results in
immediate cancellation of the instrument's registration.
Liability
If the instrument is repaired by personnel not authorized by or employed with Honeywell Analytics
or if the instrument is used in a manner not conforming to its intended use, the liability for its proper
function is irrevocably transferred to the owner or user.
Honeywell Analytics is not liable for damage resulting from improper installation, misuse, abuse,
neglect or accident. Honeywell Analytics is not liable for damage caused by non-compliance with the
notices given above.
Above notices do not extend or modify Honeywell Analytics warranty and liability provisions stated in
their General Terms and Conditions of Sale.
For further information, please contact your local Honeywell Analytics representative.
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Basic Operation – Section 1
This section provides basic understanding of the instrument and its operation.
1.1
Principle of Operation
The Sat-Ex is a gas monitoring instrument especially designed and certified for use in hazardous areas. The instrument is designed to interface with LONWORKS™ free
topology systems. A free topology architecture allows the user to wire gas monitoring instruments and control devices with virtually no topology restrictions. Power is supplied by
a local 12 to 24 VDC power supply.
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 sensor is inserted, this data is
loaded into the instrument's internal memory.
Sat-Ex versions FTT and FTT/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.
Sat-Ex versions FTT/C and FTT/C/R are used for monitoring combustible gases and
vapours. These instruments use catalytic sensors and are factory calibrated for the
detection of 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 specific correction factor called
"K-Factor" can be entered.
Sat-Ex versions FTT/R and FTT/C/R include the relay option and provide 3 single-pole
single-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 Sat-Ex, 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. 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
and catalytic sensors. The green LED located above the <set> key is on.
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 according to their specific requirements.
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 and transmit an according message to the network.
Instruments with relay option will additionally trigger the associated alarm relays.
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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 message is transmitted to the communication network.
1.2.3
Warning Condition
A warning condition indicates that the instrument requires some attention, but 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
- a warning message is transmitted to the communication network; depending on the
configuration, this function can be enabled or disabled.
- depending on the configuration, the fault relay will be activated (only instruments with
relay option)
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.
Instruments with relay option additionally trigger the fault relay, depending on the
configuration.
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1.2.4Diagnostics
Instrument faults refer to a problem which prevents the Sat-Ex from operating properly and
interferes with the ability to monitor or document concentration alarms.
When the instrument has detected an instrument fault, a fault message is transmitted to
the communication network and the fault relay is activated (only instruments with relay
option). The green status LED is off. The LCD display is flashing while indicating the
specific fault message.
The Sat-Ex 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 Sat-Ex. 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 Sat-Ex 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 Sat-Ex 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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1.4
Operational Elements
Located behind the glass window of the Sat-Ex is the graphic
display, the keypad consisting of six keys, and above the Set
Key the green status LED.
Sat-Ex
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The keys are actuated with the bar magnet provided with each
instrument.
1.4.1
o
o
o
Sat-Ex
AsH3
Keypad Functions
0.00
ppm
esc
Escape Key <esc>
Set Key <set>
4 Cursor Keys marked with an arrow,
<up>, <down>, <left>, <right>.
set
In the Maintenance, Calibration, and Configuration Menu, these keys provide the following functions:
To move forwards and backwards in the menus, 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 - Ex
AsH3
0 . 00
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
se l ec t :
2
o f
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
7
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 or
sub-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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Technical Specifications
Sat-Ex Version
FTT
FTT/R
FTT/C
FTT/C/R
Part Number
20202-0400
20202-0405
20202-0450
20202-0455
X
X
X
X
ca. 1.0 W
ca. 2.0 W
Sensor Type used
electrochemical
catalytic
Power Requirements
voltage
consumption
Network
12 ... 24 VDC
ca. 0.6 W
ca. 1.5 W
LonTalkTM protocol
data transmission
78 kBit per second
wiring topologies
free, e.g. bus, star, loop, or mixed
Connecting Cable
(Instrument delivered with 2m of cable attached)
4-wire shielded cable 2x2x0,5mm2
X
X
10-wire shielded cable 5x2x0,5mm2
Relay Outputs
contacts 3 x SPST (Single-Pole Single-Throw)
max. ratings 250 VAC / 30 VDC, 2A
Graphic Display
X
X
X
X
122 x 32 dots with backlight
Status LED
green
Keypad
6 function keys
Tool for Operating Controls
cylindric bar magnet
Physical Dimensions
(including sensor and cable fitting)
dimensions (LxWxH)
weight
300 x 143 x 143 mm
Mounting
wall mounting
Protection Class
IP 66
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
EN 50270
Operating Conditions
temperature
-20 °C ... +40 °C
pressure
800 ... 1100 hPa
humidity
20 ... 90 % r.h.
Safety Approvals
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11.8" x 5.6" x 5.6"
3.5 kgs 7.72 lbs
-4 ... +104 °F
II 2G Ex d [ib] IIC T4
BVS 04 ATEX E 101 X
0158
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Installation and Start-Up - Section 2
This section explains installation and initial start-up procedures.
2.1
General Guidelines
Please consider the aspects indicated below before locating the instrument.
Consider the properties of the target gas (for example lighter or heavier than air etc.) and
locate the instrument accordingly. For personal monitoring applications the instrument
should be mounted at head level.
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 is available as an option. Sensor extensions
are available with a length of 1, 2 and 3 meters (3, 6, 9 feet).
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.
Regarding the power requirements and operating conditions, please follow the
specifications indicated in section 1, Technical Specifications. Instructions for wiring follow
in the course of this section.
Electrochemical sensors which are not in use should be stored in a cool, dry place.
This does not apply to catalytic sensors.
2.2
Installation Instructions
Electrical devices with metal housing require an additional external connector for ground
wire or equalization of potential. For this purpose the Sat-Ex provides a cable shoe at the
exterior of the housing. The minimum conductor cross section of the connected wire must
be 4 mm2. A lock washer prevents this connection from getting loose or distorted. The far
end of the conductor must be connected to the in-plant grounding bar.
As stated in the examination certificate of EXAM the Sat-Ex was tested and approved as
electrical apparatus according to Ex d [ib] IIC T4. Installation must be in strict compliance
with all conditions specified in the certificate.
This protection class reflects the combination of flameproof housing "d" and intrinsic safety
"ib". This means that the Sat-Ex is not a completely intrinsic safe instrument, but includes
voltage and current limiting elements to provide intrinsically safe circuits for the sensor to
be connected.
Due to these intrinsically safe circuits, maintenance measures as for example sensor
exchange can be performed without making it necessary to shut-down the entire system.
For connection of the Sat-Ex to external control and alarm systems it is compulsory to use
selfcontained junction boxes meeting protection class "Ex e". These junction boxes must
be closed before start-up of the system and may only be opened in compliance with the
regulations for hazardous environments since this circuit is not intrinsically safe.
Do not apply power until the complete system is ready for start-up.
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2.3 Mounting the Instrument
The housing provides two holes for mounting the instrument. The instrument must be
mounted with two screws in a vertical position on a plane and stable surface.
The instrument's connecting cable (A) faces the top, the sensor holder (B) faces the
bottom, display and functional elements face the front.
Mount the self-contained junction box meeting protection class "Ex e" at a maximum
distance of 2 meters (6 feet) to the instrument.
Connect the instrument to the junction box as shown in the wiring diagram.
A
A
Ø 7,5 mm (2x)
300mm
Sat-Ex
103,2mm
20202
esc
set
B
B
143mm
143mm
!Note:
For connection of the Sat-Ex to external control systems it is compulsory to use self-contained
junction boxes meeting protection class "Ex e".
Junction boxes must be closed before start-up of the system and may only be opened in
compliance with the regulations for hazardous environments.
Do not apply power until the complete system is ready for start-up.
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2.3.1 Mounting Instruments with Sensor Extension
Instruments with electrochemical sensors and instruments with catalytic sensors use
different sensor extensions which are not interchangeable. Mounting, however, is the
same for both types. Accessories and spare parts are listed in section 8.
Mount the instrument on a plane and stable surface
as described before.
Now connect sensor extension and instrument:
Connect the connector socket (G) of the sensor
extension to the sensor pin connector of the
instrument (C), aligning nose of the sensor pin
connector and groove (H) of the connnector socket.
Screw down sensor extension and sensor plug (C).
C fitting with sensor pin connector of the
instrument
G sensor extension with screw joint and
connector socket
H positioning aid (groove) on the
connector socket
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set
C
Located at the far end of the sensor extension is the
fitting with the sensor pin connector (A).
H
C
G
G
Connect the sensor (D) to the pin connector (A) of the
sensor extension, aligning the positioning aids groove
and nose.
Make sure the O-ring (C) is fitted properly before
connecting threaded joint (E) and milled nut (B).
A union nut (G) with sealing ring (F) is provided for
fastening.
A
A sensor extension with sensor pin connector
C
D
E
F
G
B
B milled nut
C O-ring
D sensor
Sat-Ex
E threaded joint
F sealing ring
Sat-Ex
G union nut
Sat-Ex
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2.3.2 Mounting Sensor Extensions to Exhaust Ducts
For applications with monitoring points located in exhaust ducts, sensor extensions are used in
combination with special saddles for duct mounting. These saddles are available in different sizes
suitable for many common duct diameters.
Attach the sensor extension to the instrument as described in section 2.2.1.
Prior to mounting the saddle, 3 holes must be drilled into
the duct; see figure (K) for details:
K
- 1 hole (ID 33 mm) for the sensor
- 2 holes (ID 4 mm) for the fastening screws of the
saddle (H)
52,0mm
Put the 2 fastening screws through the holes in the saddle
(H) and the holes in the silicon seal ring. Fasten the
saddle with these screws to the duct. The silicon seal ring
must be between duct and saddle.
4,0mm
4,0mm
33,0mm
26,0mm
26,0mm
Screw the threaded joint (E) to the saddle (H).
Connect the sensor (D) to the pin connector of the
sensor extension (A), aligning the positioning aids
groove and nose.
B
Make sure the O-ring (C) is fitted properly
and screw together milled nut (B) and threaded
joint (E).
Now the sensor extension is firmly
connected with the saddle.
A
D
E
H
C
Sat-Ex
Unscrew the milled nut (B) to release the
connection, for example for a sensor change.
B
Special blind plugs are available to cover saddles at
sample points not in use or obsolete.
E
Sat-Ex
To ensure the sensor to work properly, please note
that the saddle may only be mounted in one of the
positions shown below.
Sat-Ex
A sensor extension with sensor pin connector
B milled nut
C O-ring
D sensor
E threaded joint
H mounting saddle, includes silicon sealing and
2 fastening screws
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2.4 Electric Wiring
Installation and wiring must be performed by qualified and authorized personnel in compliance with
any local electrical and fire codes.
Wiring for the Sat-Ex and its related equipment must comply with the regulations on electrical
installations in areas subject to explosion hazards and the special conditions of use stated in the
instrument's examination certificate. Non-observance of any directive immediately nullifies the
instrument's registration.
For connection of the Sat-Ex to external control and alarm systems it is compulsory to use
self-contained junction boxes meeting protection class "Ex e". These junction boxes must be closed
prior to start-up of the system and may only be opened in compliance with the directives for potentially
explosive atmospheres. According to the regulations, cable glands of junction box connections that are
not used, must be covered with blind plugs (A), approved for use in hazardous environments.
To interface with external control devices use of a shielded 4-wire cable 2x2x1.0 mm2 is
recommended.
2.4.1 Wiring Sat-Ex FTT and FTT/C
B
A
82
Ø 6,3 (4x)
A shielded 4-wire cable of 2 m length is firmly attached to
the instrument. Connect the wires at the far end of this
cable to the terminals in the junction box as stated in the
below table.
P+ P+ P– P– N+ N+ N– N–
S
S
D
D
106
"Ex e" Junction Box Connection
Sat-Ex 20202
FTT
FTT/C
External
Devices (B)
marker
colour
P+
white
P-
black
ground
P-
N+
white
network +
N+
N-
black
network -
N-
shield
S
S
signal
marker
12 ... 24 VDC P+
Sat-Ex 20202
A
"Ex e" Junction Box - Part No. 20230-0100
According to the regulations cable glands of
junction box connections that are not used,
must be covered with approved blind plugs
(A).
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2.4.2 Wiring Sat-Ex FTT/R and FTT/C/R
A
B
Ø 7 (4x)
Instruments with relay option are delivered with a
shielded 10-wire cable of 2 m length. Connect the wires
at the far end of this cable to the terminals in the
junction box as stated in the below table.
S
S
D
D
A1 A1 A2 A2
F
F
110
P+ P+ P– P– N+ N+ N– N–
140
"Ex e" Junction Box Connection
Sat-Ex 20202
FTT/R
FTT/C/R
C
External
Devices (B)
and (C)
marker
colour
P+
white
P-
black
ground
P-
N+
white
network +
D
N-
black
network -
N-
shield
S
S
Sat-Ex 20202
signal
marker
12 ... 24 VDC P+
1
white
alarm 1
A1
1
black
alarm 1
A1
2
white
alarm 2
A2
2
black
alarm 2
A2
3
white
fault
F
3
black
fault
F
"Ex e" Junction Box - Part No. 20230-0105
For each of the internal relays two contacts
are available in the junction box for
activation of external alarm devices for
visual or acoustic alarm indication.
According to the regulations cable glands of
junction box connections that are not used,
must be covered with approved blind plugs
(A).
! Note:
All wiring for the Sat-Ex and its related equipment must be in compliance with any local
electricaland fire codes. The Sat-Ex 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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Installation and Start-Up - Section 2
Hazardous Area
4-wire shielded cable
Sat-Ex
to additional control devices
"Ex e"
Junction Box
2-wire shielded cable
Power Supply
12 ... 24 VDC
240 / 120 VAC
grounding bar
Wiring Diagram Sat-Ex FTT - Basic Configuration
Hazardous Area
Sat-Ex
Service Center
"Ex e"
Junction Box
Touch
Screen
Information
Panel
Junction Box
grounding bar
Modem
Visualization
Software
Relay
Output
Module
Ethernet
Power
Supply
Satellite FTT
Relay
Output
Module
Network
Router /
Repeater
to further
segments
Wiring Diagram Sat-Ex FTT - Typical Configuration
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Installation and Start-Up - Section 2
2.5 Start-Up
When installation is completed and the system is ready for start-up, a sensor must be assigned to
each instrument. Every sensor was gas calibrated at the factory and these sensor specific calibration
parameters are stored in its integrated data memory. Make sure to use only sensors designed and
certified for use with Sat-Ex instruments.
Ex factory the instruments are shipped either unconfigured or already preconfigured according to the
customer's specifications.
For preconfigured instruments 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 Sat-Ex. These data
are stated in the test certificate provided with the shipment.
Switch on the power supply. The instrument performs a sensor warm-up (except with oxygen sensors)
and the graphic display shows the below screen until the displayed value is zero. The required warmup time depends on the type of sensor. 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
The instrument will automatically switch to the Monitoring Mode. The graphic display shows the below
screen, the green status LED is on, the instrument is monitoring.
Sa t - Ex
AsH3
0 . 00
p pm
If the instrument displays the message "FAULT - NO SENSOR" when power is supplied, there is no
sensor fitted (or a sensor not designed for use with Sat-Ex instruments).
- - - - FAUL T - - - NO S E N S OR !
To eliminate this problem, plug in the assigned sensor as described hereafter in section 2.6.
! Note:
Use only sensor types designed and certified for use with Sat-Ex instruments.
Never install sensors that were used before in instruments other than Sat-Ex.
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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2.6 Installing the Sensor
Unpack the assigned sensor. Certain sensor types are
shipped with a shorting link to help extend sensor life
during storage. This link must be removed prior to
installation.
2.6.1 Instruments without Sensor Extension
- Unscrew and remove the cap from the instrument's
sensor holder (1).
- Connect the sensor with its connector socket to
the pin connector of the instrument, aligning the
positioning aids groove and nose (2).
- Put the cap over the sensor and reconnect it to the
sensor holder of the instrument (3).
- A sensor warm-up is performed, which may take
several minutes. There is no warm-up with oxygen
sensors.
Sat-Ex
20202
esc
As soon as the sensor warm-up is finished, the
instrument automatically switches to the Monitoring
Mode; see section 2.5 for details.
set
2.6.2 Instruments with Sensor Extension
- Release the connection of milled nut (B) and
threaded joint (E) at the far end of the sensor
extension.
1
- Connect the sensor with its connector socket to the
pin connector of the sensor extension, aligning the
positioning aids groove and nose.
- Make sure the O-ring (C) is fitted properly and
reconnect milled nut (B) and threaded joint (E).
2
3
- A sensor warm-up is performed, which may take
several minutes. There is no warm-up with oxygen
sensors.
As soon as the sensor warm-up is finished, the
instrument automatically switches to the Monitoring
Mode; see section 2.5 for details.
B
E
Sat-Ex
C
Sensor
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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
o f
4
MENU
MA I N T E N A N C E
se l ec t :
2
Sub-Menus
MENU
C A L I B R A T I ON
se l ec t :
3
Sub-Menus
o f
4
MENU
CON F I GU R A T I ON
se l ec t :
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o f
Sub-Menus
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
o f
4
Sa t - Ex
A s H3
0 . 00
Sa t - Ex
A s H3
0 . 07
Sa t - Ex
A s H3
0 . 12
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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
of
4
Submenus - Maintenance
MA I N T ENANCE
S E N S OR S E R V I C E
se l ec t :
1
of
Sensor Service
screen 1 of 7
7
Alarm Reset
screen 2 of 7
MA I N T ENANCE
A L A RM R E S E T
se l ec t :
2
of
7
MA I N T ENANCE
A L A RM / WA R N T E S T
se l ec t :
3
of
7
Device Infos
screen 4 of 7
MA I N T ENANCE
DEV I CE I NFOS
se l ec t :
4
of
7
Sensor Infos
screen 5 of 7
MA I N T ENANCE
S E N S OR I N F O S
se l ec t :
5
of
7
Reset Device
screen 6 of 7
MA I N T ENANCE
RESET DEV I CE
se l ec t :
6
of
7
Service
screen 7 of 7
MA I N T ENANCE
SERV I CE
se l ec t :
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Alarm / Warn Test
screen 3 of 7
7
of
7
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
of
4
Submenus - Calibration
Gas Calibration
screen 1 of 2
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
of
2
CA L I BRA T I ON
MA N U A L K - F A C T OR
se l ec t :
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2
of
Manual K-Factor
screen 2 of 2
2
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
of
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
of
10
Language
screen 2 of 10
CON F I GURA T I ON
L A NGU A G E
se l ec t :
2
of
10
Date Format
screen 3 of 10
CON F I GURA T I ON
D A T E F ORMA T
se l ec t :
3
of
10
Auto Selftest
screen 4 of 10
CON F I GURA T I ON
AUTO SE L F TEST
se l ec t :
4
of
10
se l ec t :
5
of
10
Password
screen 6 of 10
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 10
CON F I GURA T I ON
SECUR I T Y
Alarm Settings
screen 1 of 10
of
10
continued
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Main Menu - Section 3
Main Menu - Configuration
continued
Submenus - Configuration
Location
screen 7 of 10
CON F I GURA T I ON
L OC A T I ON
se l ec t :
7
of
10
CON F I GURA T I ON
N EW S E N S OR T Y P E
se l ec t :
8
of
10
Gas Name
screen 9 of 10
CON F I GURA T I ON
G A S N AME
se l ec t :
9
of
10
Relays
screen 10 of 10
CON F I GURA T I ON
RE L AYS
se l ec t :
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10
New Sensor Type
screen 8 of 10
of
10
! 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.
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
of
4
Submenus - Maintenance
Sensor Service
screen 1 of 7
MA I N T ENANCE
S E N S OR S E R V I C E
se l ec t :
1
of
7
Alarm Reset
screen 2 of 7
MA I N T ENANCE
A L A RM R E S E T
se l ec t :
2
of
7
MA I N T ENANCE
A L A RM / WA R N T E S T
se l ec t :
3
of
7
Device Infos
screen 4 of 7
MA I N T ENANCE
DEV I CE I NFOS
se l ec t :
4
of
7
Sensor Infos
screen 5 of 7
MA I N T ENANCE
S E N S OR I N F O S
se l ec t :
5
Alarm / Warn Test
screen 3 of 7
of
7
continued
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Maintenance - Section 4
Main Menu - Maintenance
continued
Submenus - Maintenance
Reset Device
screen 6 of 7
MA I N T ENANCE
RESET DEV I CE
se l ec t :
6
of
7
Service
screen 7 of 7
MA I N T ENANCE
SERV I CE
se l ec t :
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of
7
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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
of
7
S ENSOR S ERV I CE
R EMO V E S E N S OR
< s e t > wh e n
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 >
to
Remove Sensor
Remove the sensor presently installed and actuate the
<set> key to proceed.
Load New Data ?
If you want the data of the new sensor to be loaded,
confirm this by actuating the <set> key.
c on f i rm
S ENSOR S ERV I CE
L O A D I NG D A T A !
p l e a s e wa i t
!
S E N S OR WA RM - U P !
1 . 23
p pm
Sa t - Ex
AsH3
0 . 00
p pm
Loading Data !
The new data are now loaded from the sensor into the
instrument's internal memory.
<Sensor Warm-Up Condition>
A sensor warm-up is performed and this screen is
shown until the displayed value is zero.
This does not apply for oxygen sensors.
The warm-up time required 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
specific K-factor must be entered.
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Maintenance - Section 4
Alarm Reset
Alarm Reset allows the user to reset the alarm
indication of latched alarms. An according message
is sent to external alarm devices. Use the <set> key to
enter and follow the dialogue displayed at the bottom
of the screen. Actuate the <esc> key to exit.
MA I N T ENANCE
A L A RM R E S E T
se l ec t :
2
of
7
Alarms Off ?
Actuate the <set> key to cofirm the reset of alarm
indication with latching alarm.
For non-latching alarms, alarm indication will be reset
automatically.
A L A RM R E S E T
A L A RMS O F F ?
<se t >
to
c on f i rm
Alarm/Warn Test
Used to verify the alarm function of any associated
external device by simulating an Alarm 1, Alarm 2, and
warning condition. Use the <set> key to select or use
the cursor keys <up> and <down> to continue in the
menu.
MA I N T ENANCE
A L A RM / WA R N T E S T
se l ec t :
3
of
7
A L A RM / WA R N T E S T
S E T A L A RM 1 ?
se l ec t :
SET
1
A L A RM 1
of
3
Alarm 1 set !
An Alarm 1 message is transmitted to the network and
the according relay is activated. Use the <esc> key to
exit.
?
A l a rm 1 se t !
<es c>
t o ex i t
!
A L A RM / WA R N T E S T
S E T A L A RM 2 ?
se l ec t :
SET
A L A RM 2
2
of
?
A l a rm 2 se t !
<es c>
t o ex i t
!
Set Alarm 1 ?
Allows the user to simulate an Alarm 1 condition.
Actuate the <set> key to enter.
3
Set Alarm 2 ?
Allows the user to simulate an Alarm 2 condition.
Actuate the <set> key to enter.
Alarm 2 set !
An Alarm 2 message is transmitted to the network and
the according relay is activated. Use the <esc> key to
exit.
continued
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Maintenance - Section 4
Alarm/Warn Test
continued
Set Warning ?
Allows the user to simulate a warning condition. Actuate
the <set> key to enter.
A L A RM / WA R N T E S T
S E T WA R N I NG ?
se l ec t :
3
of
3
Warning set !
A warning message is transmitted to the network and
the according relay is activated, depending on the
configuration. Use the <esc> key to exit.
S E T WA R N I N G ?
Wa r n i n g s e t !
<es c>
t o ex i t
!
Device Infos
Used to obtain instrument specific information, i.e.
software version and ID number. In general these
informations 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
4
of
7
SW : S A X _ X x . x x
s h ow i n g :
DEV I CE
<Actual Software Version>
The version of the software presently installed is
shown.
I NFOS
1
of
2
I NFOS
ID: 000123456789
s h ow i n g :
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2
of
<Specific Identification Number>
The instrument's specific ID identification number is
shown.
2
4-5
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 :
5
S ENSOR
of
7
Part Number
Actuate the <set> key to display the part number of
the sensor presently installed.
I NFOS
P A R T N UMB E R
se l ec t :
1
of
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
<es c>
t o ex i t
S ENSOR
!
S E R I A L N UMB E R
se l ec t :
SER I A L
<es c>
Serial Number
Actuate the <set> key to display the serial number of
the sensor presently installed.
I NFOS
2
of
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 ex i t
S ENSOR
!
I NFOS
1 s t C A L I B R A T I ON
se l ec t :
1s t
3
of
CA L I BRA T I ON
27 . 09 . 2006
<es c>
t o ex i t
!
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
of
5
<Actual Sensitivity>
This information may be required for service purposes.
Actuate the <esc> key to leave.
SENS I T I V I TY
<es c>
1 2 3 n A / p pm
t o ex i t
S ENSOR
!
I NFOS
R E V I S I ON N UMB E R
se l ec t :
5
of
R E V I S I ON N UMB E R
0
<es c>
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t o ex i t
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.
!
4-7
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 :
6
of
7
RESET DEV I CE
A R E Y OU S U R E ?
<es c>
t o ex i t
!
S E N S OR WA RM - U P !
1 . 23
p pm
Sa t - Ex
AsH3
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 finished.
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.
7
of
7
SERV I CE
P A S SWOR D : * * *
!
p l ease en t e r
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Calibration - Section 5
This section describes calibration procedures for the Sat-Ex.
Calibration can be performed either automatically using a dynamic gas calibration
or manually by entering a calculated correction factor called K-factor.
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
of
4
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
of
2
CA L I BRA T I ON
MA N U A L K - F A C T OR
se l ec t :
2
of
Submenus - Calibration
Gas Calibration
screen 1 of 2
Manual K-Factor
screen 2 of 2
2
! 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.
! 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.
Catalytic sensors must be protected from silicone vapours, which may permanently reduce the
sensor's sensitivity.
! 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.
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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 the 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
of
2
GA S CA L I BRA T I ON
Z E RO A D J U S T
se l ec t :
1
of
Apply Air !
Apply clean or synthetic air to the sensor and actuate
the <set> key to continue.
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 u e
s t ab l e ?
Z ERO AD J US T
0 . 0 0 p pm
Va l u e o . k .
<se t >
to
<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 ?
2
Zero Adjust
Zero adjustment applies for all sensors except oxygen
sensors. Use the <set> key to enter and follow the
dialogue displayed.
con f i r m
Save ?
Actuate the <set> key to save the new zero point and
store it in the unit's internal memory.
continued
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Calibration - Section 5
Gas Calibration
continued
GA S CA L I BRA T I ON
SPAN AD J UST
se l ec t :
2
of
2
<Actual Calibration Gas>
The instrument shows which calibration gas is required
for the actual sensor type.
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 gas !
SPAN AD J UST
0 . 0 4 p pm
Va l u e
s t ab l e ?
SPAN AD J UST
0 . 0 5 p pm
Va l u e o . k .
?
<se t >
to
R EMO V E G A S !
saved
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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.
con f i r m
SPAN AD J UST
Va l u e
<Actual Concentration for Calibration>
The recommended concentration for span adjustment is
displayed. Default value is TLV concentration for the
target gas,. 20 % LEL for catalytic sensors. 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.
Save ?
Actuate the <set> key to save the new span value and
store it in the unit's internal memory.
SPAN AD J UST
SAVE ?
Span Adjust
Span adjustment applies for all sensors, including oxygen
sensors. Use the <set> key to enter and follow the
dialogue displayed.
Remove Gas !
Stop the calibration gas flow. Remove gas and calibration
cap. Allow several minutes for the sensor to clear.
!
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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 :
MANUA L
1. 00
2
of
2
K - F AC TOR
p l ease en t e r
!
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
K-factor 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
specific K–factor must be entered.
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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
of
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
of
10
Language
screen 2 of 10
CON F I GURA T I ON
L A NGU A G E
se l ec t :
2
of
10
Date Format
screen 3 of 10
CON F I GURA T I ON
D A T E F ORMA T
se l ec t :
3
of
10
Auto Selftest
screen 4 of 10
CON F I GURA T I ON
AUTO SE L F TEST
se l ec t :
4
of
10
se l ec t :
5
! This function is not available with instruments
using oxygen sensors or catalytic sensors.
Security
screen 5 of 10
CON F I GURA T I ON
SECUR I T Y
Alarm Settings
screen 1 of 10
of
10
continued
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Configuration - Section 6
Main Menu - Configuration
continued
Submenus - Configuration
Password
screen 6 of 10
CON F I GURA T I ON
P A S SWOR D
se l ec t :
6
of
10
Location
screen 7 of 10
CON F I GURA T I ON
L OC A T I ON
se l ec t :
7
of
10
CON F I GURA T I ON
N EW S E N S OR T Y P E
se l ec t :
8
of
10
Gas Name
screen 9 of 10
CON F I GURA T I ON
G A S N AME
se l ec t :
9
of
10
Relays
screen 10 of 10
CON F I GURA T I ON
RE L AYS
se l ec t :
10
New Sensor Type
screen 8 of 10
of
10
! This submenu is only available for instruments
with relay option.
! Note:
Individual settings for alarm levels and gas name 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.
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Configuration - Section 6
Alarm Settings
Allows the user to enter or change various settings
for Alarm 1 and Alarm 2 activation.
Use the <set> key to enter.
CON F I GURA T I ON
A L A RM S E T T I NG S
se l ec t :
1
of
10
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>.
2
Alarm 2
For Alarm 2 settings, use the <set> key to enter or
continue in the menu with the cursor keys <up> or
<down>.
A L A RM S E T T I NG S
A L A RM 1
se l ec t :
1
of
A L A RM S E T T I NG S
A L A RM 2
se l ec t :
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of
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Configuration - Section 6
Alarm 1
Allows the user to configure all parameters for Alarm
1 (lower alarm level) activation.
A L A RM S E T T I NG S
A L A RM 1
se l ec t :
1
of
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
of
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
of
4
A L A RM 1
A L A RM 1 T R I GG E R
se l ec t :
3
of
4
Alarm 1 Latch
Used to define the Alarm 1 activation to be latching
or non-latching.
A L A RM 1
A L A RM 1 L A T C H
se l ec t :
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of
Alarm 1 Trigger
Used to define the trigger condition for Alarm 1
activation.
4
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Configuration - Section 6
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.
A L A RM 1
A L A RM 1 S T A T E
se l ec t :
A L A RM 1
1
of
se l ec t :
1
of
ENAB L ED
2
of
A L A RM 1
A L A RM 1 L E V E L
A L A RM 1
2
of
LEVEL
0 . 0 5 p pm
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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
se l ec t :
se l ec t :
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
A L A RM 1
4
!
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
of
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
of
of
2
2
A L A RM 1 L A T C H
A L A RM 1
4
of
se l ec t :
A L A RM 1
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of
2
L A TCH
ENAB L ED
se l ec t :
4
L A TCH
D I SAB L ED
2
of
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 latching
or non-latching.
Default setting is enabled. Use the <set> key to
enter. The instrument will show the actual setting.
When enabled, alarm reset must be done manually.
Non-latching alarms will be reset automatically, upon
correction of the alarm condition.
A L A RM 1
se l ec t :
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.
2
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.
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
of
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
of
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
of
4
A L A RM 2
A L A RM 2 T R I GG E R
se l ec t :
3
of
4
Alarm 2 Latch
Used to define the Alarm 2 activation to be latching
or non-latching.
A L A RM 2
A L A RM 2 L A T C H
se l ec t :
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of
Alarm 2 Trigger
Used to define the trigger condition for Alarm 2
activation.
4
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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
of
10
German
Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to change.
Actuate the <set> key to confirm or <esc> to exit.
L ANGUAGE
G E RMA N
se l ec t :
1
of
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
of
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
of
10
F ORMA T
I N T E R N A T I ON A L
se l ec t :
DATE
USA
of
2
F ORMA T
se l ec t :
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2
of
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
CON F I GURA T I ON
AUTO SE L F TEST
se l ec t :
4
of
10
AUTO SE L F TEST
D I SAB L ED
se l ec t :
1
of
2
AUTO SE L F TEST
ENAB L ED
se l ec t :
2
of
2
SECUR I T Y
5
of
10
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.
2
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.
SECUR I T Y
P A S SWOR D ON
se l ec t :
1
of
SECUR I T Y
P A S SWOR D O F F
se l ec t :
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of
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.
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
se l ec t :
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.
The Auto Selftest function is not applicable for Oxygen
sensors. 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.
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.
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Configuration - Section 6
CON F I GURA T I ON
P A S SWOR D
se l ec t :
6
of
10
<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
of
10
L OCA T I ON
Ga s Ca b i n e t
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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 <Sat-Ex>. Up to
13 alphanumeric characters may 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.
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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
of
10
N EW S E N S O R T Y P E
R EMO V E S E N S OR
< s e t > wh e n
N EW S E N S OR
i nse r t
L O A D N EW D A T A ?
to
L O A D I NG D A T A !
p l e a s e wa i t
9
of
10
GA S NAME
AsH3
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Loading Data !
The instrument is now loading the new data from the
sensor into the unit's internal memory.
!
CON F I GURA T I ON
se l ec t :
Load New Data ?
If you want the data of the new sensor to be loaded,
confirm this by actuating the <set> key.
c on f i rm
N EW S E N S O R T Y P E
G A S N AME
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 >
Remove Sensor
Remove the sensor presently installed and actuate
the <set> key to proceed.
r eady
N EW S E N S O R T Y P E
p l ease
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.
!
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 may 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
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 :
10
of
10
RE L AYS
RE L AY STATE
se l ec t :
1
of
3
RE L AYS
A L A RM D E L A Y
se l ec t :
2
of
3
RE L AYS
F A U L T T R I GG E R
se l ec t :
3
of
3
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>.
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>.
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>.
! Note:
The RELAYS menu and all subsequent menu
items are only available for instruments with
relay option.
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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
of
3
RE L AY STATE
A L A RM 1 R E L A Y
se l ec t :
1
of
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
of
Allows to set the Alarm 2 Relay state.
se l ec t :
3
Allows to set the Fault Relay state.
of
A L A RM 1 R E L A Y
A L A RM 1
1
of
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
of
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RE L AY
E N E RG I Z E D / N C
se l ec t :
2
of
Fault Relay
3
RE L AY STATE
se l ec t :
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 :
A L A RM 2
2
of
3
RE L AY
D E E N E RG I Z E D / NO
se l ec t :
A L A RM 2
1
of
2
RE L AY
E N E RG I Z E D / N C
se l ec t :
2
of
2
FAUL T RE L AY
3
of
3
FAUL T RE L AY
D E E N E RG I Z E D / NO
se l ec t :
1
of
2
FAUL T RE L AY
E N E RG I Z E D / N C
se l ec t :
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of
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.
Fault Relay
Allows the user to set the Fault Relay state.
Use the <set> key to enter.
The instrument will show the actual setting.
RE L AY STATE
se l ec t :
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
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
of
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 .
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!
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
of
T R I GG E R
F A U L T ON L Y
se l ec t :
FAUL T
3
1
of
T R I GG E R
F A U L T +WA R N I NG
se l ec t :
FAUL T
2
F A U L T + MA I N T
ALL
4
3
of
4
T R I GG E R
se l ec t :
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T R I GG E R
se l ec t :
FAUL T
4
4
of
4
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.
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.
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.
All
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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
Warning and Fault are two different kinds of messages, which require different attention.
For any message not explained in this section or any other assistance required, please do not hesitate
to contact our service department.
7.1.1 Warnings
A warning condition indicates that the instrument requires some attention, but is still able to monitor
and operate as programmed.
The following will occur when the instrument detected a warning condition:
- the green status LED is flashing
- a warning message is sent to the communication network
- the fault relay is activated, relays and their appropriate configuration provided.
Actuate the <set> key to acknowledge and reset a Warning Condition.
L OW Z E R O
A sH3
!
0 . 00
p pm
CHECK S ENSOR !
A sH3
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
enabled; refer to Section 6, Configuration.
This function is not available for instruments with oxygen
sensor or catalytic sensor.
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7.1.2 Faults
Instrument faults refer to a problem which prevents the instrument from operating properly and
interferes with the ability to monitor or document concentration alarms.
When the Sat-Ex has detected an instrument fault, a fault message for each different fault condition is
sent to the communication network. The green status LED is off and the fault relay is activated. The
LCD display is flashing while indicating the specific fault message.
For instruments with relay option the fault relay is activated additionally.
- - - - FAUL T - - - E L E C T RON I C S !
- - - - FAUL T - - - NO S E N S OR !
- - - - FAUL T - - - WRONG S E N S OR !
- - - - FAUL T - - - R E P L A C E S E N S OR !
Fault - Electronics !
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 our service department for
further instructions.
Fault - No Sensor !
This message indicates that no sensor is or a sensor type
not suitable for Sat-Ex instruments is fitted.
To eliminate the problem, insert an appropriate sensor.
If the Sat-Ex is operated with a sensor extension, this fault
message may also be caused by a bad connection. Make
sure all connections are firmly attached.
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.
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.
This function is not available for instruments with
oxygen sensor or catalytic sensor.
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Reference Information - Section 8
8.1 Sensor Order Information (page 1 of 2)
Substance / Sensor
Part No.
Sensor
Nominal
Range
Unit
Comments
8.1.1 Toxic and Corrosive Gases - not for Sat-Ex C-Versions
AsH3
Arsine (3 El.)
9602-6004
0 ...
1.00
ppm
AsH3
Arsine (2 El.)
9602-6000
0 ...
1.00
ppm
special application
AsH3
Arsine (2 El.)
9602-6002
0 ...
10.0
ppm
special application
B2H6
Diborane
9602-6202
0 ...
1.00
ppm
Br2
Bromine
9602-6800
0 ...
5.00
ppm
Cl2
Chlorine
9602-5300
0 ...
5.00
ppm
ClF3
Chlorine Trifluoride
9602-7410
0 ...
1.00
ppm
ClO2
Chlorine Dioxide
9602-7400
0 ...
1.00
ppm
CO
Carbon Monoxide
9602-5400
0 ...
500
ppm
COCl2
Phosgene
9602-6600
0 ...
1.00
ppm
C2H4O
Ethylene Oxide
9602-8000
0 ...
20.0
ppm
F2
Fluorine
9602-6400
0 ...
5.00
ppm
F2
Fluorine
9602-6401
0 ...
30
ppm
GeH4
Germane
9602-6902
0 ...
5.0
ppm
H2
Hydrogen (1 %)
9602-5100
0 ...
1.000
% vol.
H2
Hydrogen (4 %)
9602-5101
0 ...
4.00
% vol.
H2S
Hydrogen Sulfide
9602-5200
0 ...
100
ppm
H2S
Hydrogen Sulfide (org.)
9602-5201
0 ...
30.0
ppm
H2Se
Hydrogen Selenide
9602-5601
0 ...
5.00
ppm
HBr
Hydrogen Bromide
9602-7000
0 ...
30.0
ppm
HCl
Hydrogen Chloride
9602-5800
0 ...
30.0
ppm
HCl
Hydrogen Chloride
9602-5802
0 ...
15.0
ppm
HCN
Hydrogen Cyanide
9602-5700
0 ...
30.0
ppm
HF
Hydrogen Fluoride
9602-6500
0 ...
10.0
ppm
HMDS
Hexamethyldisilazane
9602-6711
0 ...
0.500
% vol.
HMDS
Hexamethyldisilazane
9602-6712
0 ...
500
ppm
N2H4
Hydrazine
9602-7600
0 ...
1.00
ppm
NH3
Ammonia (1000 ppm)
9602-6705
0 ...
1000
ppm
NH3
Ammonia (100 ppm)
9602-6704
0 ...
100
ppm
NO
Nitric Oxide
9602-7200
0 ...
250
ppm
NO2
Nitrogen Dioxide
9602-7300
0 ...
25.0
ppm
O3
Ozone
9602-7100
0 ...
1.00
ppm
O3
Ozone
9602-7101
0 ...
1.00
ppm
PH3
Phosphine (3 El.)
9602-6102
0 ...
1.00
ppm
PH3
Phosphine (2 El.)
9602-6100
0 ...
1.00
ppm
SiH4
Silane
9602-6301
0 ...
50.0
ppm
SO2
Sulfur Dioxide
9602-5900
0 ...
25.0
ppm
TEOS
Tetraethyl Orthosilicate
9602-7500
0 ...
100
ppm
TMB
Trimethyl borate
9602-7510
0 ...
500
ppm
TMP
Trimethyl phosphite
9602-7800
0 ...
30.0
ppm
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special range
special application
special application
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8.1 Sensor Order Information (page 2 of 2)
Substance / Sensor
Part No.
Sensor
Nominal
Range
Unit
Comments
9602-5500
0 ...
% vol.
Part No.
Sensor
Nominal
Range
Unit
Comments
0 ...
% LEL
wide-range sensor
for combustible
gases
8.1.2 Oxygen - not for Sat-Ex C-Versions
O2
Oxygen
Substance / Sensor
25.0
8.1.3 Combustible Gases - only for Sat-Ex C-Versions
CH4
Methane
9602-9902
100
8.2 K-Factors for Sat-Ex C-Versions
Catalytic sensors are calibrated for methane. When monitoring for other combustible gases, a specific
correction factor must be entered; consult our local representative.
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8.3 Spares and Accessories
Part Number
Description
20202-4000
bar magnet, to operate Sat-Ex controls
20202.0090
sensor extension standard, 2 m
20202.0091
sensor extension standard, 3 m
20202.0092
sensor extension standard, 1 m
20202.0093
sensor extension combustible, 2 m (for Sat-Ex C-versions)
20202.0094
sensor extension combustible, 3 m (for Sat-Ex C-versions)
20202.0095
sensor extension combustible, 1 m (for Sat-Ex C-versions)
20230-0100
junction box, protection class "Ex e", 2 nodes
20230-0105
junction box, protection class "Ex e", 1 node, relay version
9602.0095
calibration cap
9630-0441
network terminator for FTT-10
9630-0443
network terminator for FTT-10 Bus Topology
9660-0110
Relay Output Module for DIN-rail mounting
9660-0120
Supervisor and Bus Switch Module for DIN-rail mounting
9660-0220
Digital Input Module for DIN-rail mounting
9660-0330
Analog Input Module for DIN-rail mounting
9660-0440
Programmable Logic Module
9675-0440
router FTT-10 FTT-10, 24 VDC for DIN-rail mounting
9902-4000
duct mounting saddle (assy), 4 inches
9902-4010
duct mounting saddle (assy), 6 inches
9902-4020
duct mounting saddle (assy), 8 inches
9902-4030
duct mounting saddle (assy), 10 inches
9902-4040
duct mounting saddle (assy), 12 inches
9902-4100
duct mounting saddle (assy), 1,5 inches
9902-4110
duct mounting saddle (assy), 2 inches
9902-4120
duct mounting saddle (assy), 2,5 inches
9902-4130
duct mounting saddle (assy), 3 inches
9902-4200
duct mounting saddle (assy), flat
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8.4 EC-Type Examination Certificate
Sat-Ex FTT Versions
8-4
Reference Information - Section 8
8.4.1 EC-Type Examination Certificate, 1st Supplement
Sat-Ex FTT Versions
8-5
Reference Information - Section 8
8.4.2 EC-Type Examination Certificate, 2nd Supplement
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8.5 Specifications for Network Components
8.5.1 Network Terminators
Network Terminators are designed to provide electrical termination for twisted pair channels. They are
passive devices and do not require electrical power.
In a free topology FTT-10 segment, one Network Terminator type 9630-0441 is required and may be
located anywhere on the segment.
In a bus topology FTT-10 channel, two Network Terminators type 9630-0443 are required, one located
at each end of the bus.
Technical Specifications
Network wiring topologies Standardized LonTalk™ protocol
free, e.g. Bus, Star, Loop, or mixed
Physical Dimensions
size 18 x 58 x 60 mm 0.7" x 2.3" x 2.4"
(W x H x D)
(W x H x D)
weight 40 grams
1.4 ounces
MountingDIN rail
Housing Protection Class
IP 20
Operating Conditions
temperature -20 °C ... +50 °C
-4°F ... +122 °F
humidity
0 ... 95 % r.h.
Part Number
FTT-109630-0441
FTT-10 Bus Topology 9630-0443
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8.5.2 Relay Output Module
The Relay Output Module is a generic unit interfacing with LONWORKS™ systems, that use a free
topology wiring scheme supporting star, loop, and/or bus wiring.
The Relay Output Module contains four relays with SPDT contacts and one dedicated power loss
relay with SPST contact for activation of external alarm devices.
The relays can be operated in either energized or deenergized condition. All relay states are indicated
by LEDs.
Network configuration data is customer specific and is programmed into nonvolatile memory.
Technical Specifications
Power Requirements
voltage
consumption
12 ... 24 VDC
max. 1.9 W
Network
data transmission
wiring topologies Standardized LonTalk™ protocol
78 kBit per second
free, e.g. Bus, Star, Loop, or mixed
4-wire shielded cable 2x2x1.0 mm2 / 17 AWG
Wiring
Relay Outputs
contacts 4 x SPDT (single-pole-double-throw)
1 x SPST (single-pole-single-throw
max. ratings
250 VAC / 30 VDC, 8 A
Status Indication
4 red relay state LEDs
1 green status LED
1 yellow service LED
Physical Dimensions
size 45 x 80 x 105 mm 1.8" x 3.1" x 4.1"
weight 220 grams
7.8 ounces
(W x H x D)
(W x H x D)
MountingDIN rail
Housing Protection Class
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC EN 55022
EN 61000-6-2
Operating Conditions
temperature humidity
ROM
Out 1
NO
1
C
2
Power
Loss
NC
C
3
4
Out 2
NO
7
C
8
NC
9
Out 3
NO
13
C
14
NC
15
Out 4
NO
19
C
20
NC
21
IP 20
0 °C ... +40 °C
+32 °F ... +104 °F
20 ... 90 % r.h.
not
used
10
Power
P+
P–
5
6
P+
11
P–
12
16
Network
N+
N–
17
18
NO
22
N+
23
not
used
N–
24
Power Requirements: 12 ... 24 VDC, max. 2 W
Relay Ratings:
250 VAC / 30 VDC, 8 A
Part Number9660-0110
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8.5.3 Supervisor Module
The Supervisor Module is designed to identify a fault condition within a subnet (max. 127 nodes) of a
twisted pair LONWORKS™ network. Meaning one or more nodes on the subnet lose the ability to
communicate, due to a bad node hardware or a broken wire. In the latter case, the Supervisor Module
automatically restores communication by closing the relay bus switch and thus reconnecting the both
sides of the open circuit. Either fault condition is indicated by individual fault relays and reported to an
optional monitoring station.
The Supervisor Module contains four relays with SPDT contacts and one dedicated power loss relay
with SPST contact for activation of external alarm devices.
The relays can be operated in either energized or deenergized condition. All relay states are indicated
by LEDs. Network configuration data is customer specific and is programmed into nonvolatile memory.
Technical Specifications
Power Requirements
voltage
consumption
12 ... 24 VDC
max. 1.9 W
Network
data transmission
wiring topologies Standardized LonTalk™ protocol
78 kBit per second
free, e.g. Bus, Star, Loop, or mixed
Wiring
4-wire shielded cable 2x2x1.0 mm2 / 17 AWG
Relay Outputs
contacts 2 x SPDT: Bus Switch
1 x SPDT: Node Failure
1 x SPDT: Broken Wire
1 x SPST: Power Loss
(SPDT = single-pole-double-throw)
(SPST = single-pole-single-throw)
max. ratings
250 VAC / 30 VDC, 8 A
Status Indication
4 red relay state LEDs
1 green status LED
1 yellow service LED
Physical Dimensions
size 45 x 80 x 105 mm
1.8" x 3.1" x 4.1"
weight 220 grams
7.8 ounces
(W x H x D)
(W x H x D)
MountingDIN rail
Housing Protection Class
IP 20
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC EN 55022
EN 61000-6-2
Operating Conditions
temperature humidity
0 °C ... +40 °C
+32 °F ... +104 °F
20 ... 90 % r.h.
Part Number 9660-0120
Sat-Ex FTT Versions
NO
1
C
2
Power
Loss
C
NC
3
4
Switch NO
N– 7
C
8
NC
9
Bus
Fault
NO
13
C
14
NC
15
Node
Fault
NO
19
C
20
NC
21
Switch
N+
not
used
10
SBS
Power
P+
P–
5
6
P+
11
P–
12
16
Network
N+
N–
17
18
NO
22
N+
23
not
used
N–
24
Power Requirements: 12 ... 24 VDC, max. 2 W
Relay Ratings:
250 VAC / 30 VDC, 8 A
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8.5.4 Digital Input Module
The Digital Input Module is a generic unit interfacing with LONWORKS™ systems, that use a free
topology wiring scheme supporting star, loop, and/or bus wiring.
The Digital Input Module contains two groups of four optocoupler isolated digital inputs, each group
with separate common signal ground. It is used for processing binary and digital values, e.g. switch
signals.
All input states are indicated by LEDs. The module provides one dedicated power loss relay with
SPST contact for activation of external alarm devices.
Network configuration data is customer specific and is programmed into nonvolatile memory.
Technical Specifications
Power Requirements
voltage
consumption
12 ... 24 VDC
max. 0.8 W
Network
data transmission
wiring topologies Standardized LonTalk™ protocol
78 kBit per second
free, e.g. Bus, Star, Loop, or mixed
Wiring
4-wire shielded cable 2x2x1.0 mm2 /17 AWG
Digital Inputs
channels 8 (2 groups of 4) optocoupler isolated
input voltage High Level 12 ... 24 VDC
Low Level 0 ... 2 VDC
Status Indication
8 red input state LEDs
1 green status LED
1 yellow service LED
Relay Output
contact
1 x SPST (single-pole-single-throw)
max. ratings
250 VAC / 30 VDC, 8 A
Physical Dimensions
size 45 x 80 x 105 mm
1.8" x 3.1" x 4.1"
weight 190 grams
6.7 ounces
(W x H x D)
(W x H x D)
DIM
MountingDIN rail
Housing Protection Class
IP 20
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC EN 55022
EN 61000-6-2
Operating Conditions
temperature humidity 0 °C ... +40 °C
+32 °F ... +104 °F
20 ... 90 % r.h.
Part Number 9660-0220
Sat-Ex FTT Versions
In1
1
In2
2
In3
7
In4
8
In5
In6
13
14
In7
19
In8
20
Power
Loss
C1...4
C
3
4
Power
P+
P–
5
6
not
used
not
used
9
10
P+
11
not
used
not
used
Network
N+
N–
15
16
17
18
C5...8
21
NO
22
N+
23
N–
24
P–
12
Power Requirements: 12 ... 24 VDC, max. 0.8 W
Digital Input Voltage: High Level: 12 ... 24 VDC
Low Level: 0 ... 2 VDC
Relay Ratings:
250 VAC / 30 VDC, 8 A
8-10
8.5.5 Analog Input Module
The Analog Input Module is a generic unit interfacing with LONWORKS™ systems, that use a free
topology wiring scheme supporting star, loop, and/or bus wiring.
The Analog Input Module contains two isolated groups of each two analog input channels, for
processing ± 0-10 VDC or ± 0-25 mA current signals. The analog inputs can be logically connected
via a network to different input/output modules and data visualization software. For each channel the
module offers two user-settable alarm levels and input scaling.
All states are indicated by LEDs. The module provides one dedicated power loss relay with SPST
contact for activation of external alarm devices.
Network configuration data is customer specific and is programmed into nonvolatile memory.
Technical Specifications
Power Requirements
voltage
consumption
12 ... 24 VDC
typically 2 W
Network
data transmission
wiring topologies Standardized LonTalk™ protocol
78 kBit per second
free, e.g. Bus, Star, Loop, or mixed
Wiring
shielded 4-wire cable 2x2x1.0 mm2 /17 AWG
Analog Inputs
channels 2 isolated groups of each 2 inputs
with common signal ground
signal range
± 0 - 10 VDC or ± 0 - 25 mA
resolution
14-bit, 10 samples per second
status indication
8 red alarm state LEDs
1 green status LED
1 yellow service LED
Relay Output
contact max. rating 1 x SPST (single-pole-single-throw)
250 VAC / 30 VDC, 8 A
Physical Dimensions
size 45 x 80 x 105 mm
1.8" x 3.1" x 4.1"
weight 200 grams
7 ounces
(W x H x D)
(W x H x D)
AIM
MountingDIN rail
Housing Protection Class
IP 20
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC EN 55022
EN 61000-6-2
Operating Conditions
temperature humidity
U+
1
Com–
2
Ch 2
U+
7
Com–
8
I+
9
U+
Com–
I+
13
14
15
16
Network
N+
N–
17
18
U+
19
Com–
20
I+
21
NO
22
N+
23
Ch 3
0 °C ... +40 °C
+32 °F ... +104 °F
20 ... 90 % r.h.
Part Number 9660-0330
Sat-Ex FTT Versions
Ch 1
Power
Loss
C
I+
3
4
Ch 4
Power Requirements:
Input Voltage Range:
Input Current Range:
Relay Ratings:
not
used
10
not
used
Power
P+
P–
5
6
P+
11
P–
12
N–
24
12 ... 24 VDC, typ. 2 W
± 0 ... 10 VDC
± 0 ... 25 mADC
250 VAC / 30 VDC, 8 A
8-11
8.5.6 Router Modules
Router Modules connect two communication channels and route LonTalk™ messages between them.
These modules interface two different twisted-pair channels, e.g. high speed backbone and a free
topology channel. Additionally the routers are used to manage network traffic, increase the total
number of nodes, or extend the maximum channel length.
All states are indicated by LEDs. The module provides one dedicated power loss relay with SPST
contact for activation of external alarm devices.
Network configuration data is customer specific and is programmed into nonvolatile memory.
Technical Specifications
Power Requirements
voltage
consumption
12 ... 24 VDC
max. 1.2 W
Network
Standardized LonTalk™ protocol
Wiring
shielded 4-wire cable 2x2x1.0 mm2 /17 AWG
Transceiver Types
FTT-10A
(78 kBit per second)
TP/XF-1250
(1.25 MBit per second)
Status Indication
1 red network traffic LED
1 green status LED
2 yellow service LEDs
Relay Output
contact 1 x SPST (single-pole-single-throw)
max. rating 250 VAC / 30 VDC, 8 A
Physical Dimensions
size 45 x 80 x 105 mm
1.8" x 3.1" x 4.1"
(W x H x D)
(W x H x D)
weight 220 grams
7.8 ounces
MountingDIN rail
Housing Protection Class
IP 20
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC EN 55022
EN 61000-6-2
Operating Conditions
temperature 0 °C ... +40 °C
+32 °F ... +104 °F
humidity
20 ... 90 % r.h.
Part Numbers
FTT-10 FTT-10 9675-0440
N+
Net
Side A 1
N–
S
2
3
N+
7
N–
8
S
9
Net
N+
Side B 13
N–
14
S
15
N+
19
N–
20
S
21
Power
Loss
C
RTM
Power
P+
P–
4
5
6
10
P+
11
P–
12
not
used
not
used
not
used
not
used
16
NO
22
17
18
not
used
not
used
23
24
Power Requirements: 12 ... 24 VDC, max. 1.2 W
Relay Ratings:
250 VAC / 30 VDC, 8 A
Sat-Ex FTT Versions
8-12
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