Installation Guide – Genius 1051 Generator

Installation Guide – Genius 1051 Generator
Installation Guide – Genius 1051 Generator
IG-Genius 1051
Rev. 3A
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Note: The installation of this Generator must only be completed by Qualified Electrical
Service Personnel.
Unpack the generator from the shipping
crate and place on a flat surface. To
remove the transit brackets, firstly
remove the LH side panel.
Using the Hex-Key
provided in the
fittings kit, turn the
lock 90o to the right.
An earth lead is connected
to the inside of the panel.
This can be removed by
pulling it off the spade
connector on the door.
With the LH side panel removed you now have
access to the LH transit bracket. This is located
under the LH compressor and is painted red. To
remove the transit bracket remove the 4 screws as
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Once these screws have been
removed the transit bracket can be
pulled out as shown.
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Remove the RH side panel as before,
taking care to remove the earth lead
located on the inside of the door panel.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 to remove the RH transit
bracket located under the RH compressor.
This will pull out in the same way.
Do not discard the transit brackets or screws as these will be needed again if the
unit is to be transported from its current location.
From the fittings kit, select on of the 6mm
push-fit fittings and connect it to the port
marked ‘DRAIN’ on the rear of the unit using a
16mm or 5/8” spanner.
Select the Flow Control Silencer fittings and
attach to the ‘NITROGEN’ & ‘AIR’ ports.
Connect the 6mm Teflon tubing to the drain
line, ensure the tube is pushed fully in and
gripped securely by the fitting.
Fit the other end of the drain line to a
suitable drain connection or container. The
container must NOT have an airtight seal
as water and air will be expelled
periodically under a slight pressure.
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Rev. 3A
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230VAC 50/60Hz
Select the mains cable from the fittings kit and plug the
IEC 60320/C19 socket into the mains input at the rear
of the generator.
Plug the mains cable into an
appropriate 230VAC 50/60Hz
single phase power supply
Caution: Risk of Electric Shock. Do not touch anything inside the generator
while the side panels are removed and the mains power is connected to the
Switch the generator power ON
at the switch on the front panel.
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The voltmeter is located on the underside of the
compressor area. This will measure and display the
mains voltage that is being supplied to the generator.
Note the displayed voltage.
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230VAC 50/60Hz
Switch the generator power OFF at the
switch on the front panel.
Remove the mains cable completely from the
power supply.
230VAC 50/60Hz
Re-attach both the RH & LH side panels to
the generator, taking care to ensure the
earth lead’s are reconnected correctly. The
locks are secured by turning the lock 90o to
the left using the hex key provided.
Once the side panels are securely
assembled, the mains power supply can be
Switch the generator back ON.
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Leave the generator switched on for a period
of 30 minutes to purge the system.
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The ‘AIR’ & ‘NITROGEN’ pressure gauges
on the front of the generator will gradually
increase from 0 to 100psi as the pressure in
the internal storage tanks increases.
3m Teflon to Instrument
After 30 minutes of running, the generator
can be turned off. Allow the stored gas in the
internal tanks to dissipate.
Once the flow of Nitrogen has stopped,
remove the Flow Control Silencers and
select the two remaining 6mm push-fit fittings
and the 6mm Teflon Tube** and connect to
the ‘NITROGEN’ & ‘AIR’ ports.
Connect the other end of the Teflon Tube to
the instrument gas input, again ensure the
fitting is securely fastened. Once this is
connected the Generator can be switched
The ‘AIR’ & ‘NITROGEN’ pressure gauges
on the front of the generator will again
gradually increase from 0 to 100psi as the
pressure in the internal storage tanks
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Your PEAK SCIENTIFIC gas generator is
now fully installed, operational and ready to
supply gas on demand to your instrument.
Rev. 3A
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General Notes
* The generator will operate on voltages of 230VAC +/- 10%. This means it will
operate between 207V and 253V. If the generator is operated on a supply voltage of
less than 220V the internal compressors will work harder and the service life of the
compressors will be reduced. It is ok to operate the generator on a mains voltage
between 207V and 220V for a short period of time, however we would recommend fitting
the listed transformer at your earliest convenience. Mains voltages between 220V and
253V no transformer is required.
** The 10m length of Teflon tube supplied in the fittings kit is to allow the generator to
be installed adjacent to the instrument it is supplying. If the generator is to be installed
further away from the instrument then attention needs to be paid to pressure drops that
could occur. The maximum distance away from the instrument the generator can be
placed still using 6mm (4mm internal diameter) or ¼” (3/16” internal diameter) tubing is
10m. For further information relating to tubing lengths please refer to the user manual.
For all other technical specifications,
operating instructions, service requirements,
contact details and trouble shooting, please
refer to the user manual contained on the CD
supplied in the fittings kit. Please keep this
for future reference.
It is very important to register your generator with PEAK SCIENTIFIC. This will initiate
your warranty entitlement. Please use the form on the next page to register your
generator. You will need the generators serial number which can be found on the serial
label on the rear of the generator.
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Rev. 3A
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Warranty Entitlement
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Rev. 3A
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