Oxygen (O2) Single-Point Gas Detection System

Oxygen (O2) Single-Point Gas Detection System
Oxygen (O2) Single-Point Gas Detection System
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DESCRIPTION
Wall-mounted gas monitor with built-in oxygen (O2) sensor, accepts one
analog remote device such as a secondary gas sensor, temperature or
humidity sensor.
PolyGard
SPC3-1195
APPLICATION
To detect and control levels of oxygen (O2) and other gases in a wide
variety of commercial and industrial applications such as the Oxygen
level in mechanical or chiller rooms, laboratories, food production areas
and ventilation systems, etc. The controller can communicate with any
compatible electronic analog control, DDC/PLC control or automation
system via binary and/or analog output signal.
FEATURES
• Continuous monitoring
• One (1) built-in O2 electrochemical
sensor
• Easy plug-in sensor
• One (1) remote analog input,
4-20 mA
• One (1) digital input
• Two (2) relay outputs:
- Four stage control
- Fail-safe assignable
• One (1) analog output,
(0)4-20 mA / (0)2-10 VDC
- Selectable for low, high, or averaging
• One (1) 24 VDC switched output,
50 mA max.
• Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
• LED status indicators
• Accepts toxic or combustible
gas, refrigerant, temperature
or humidity secondary
remote sensor input
• Built-in horn
• Keypad user interface
• Simple menu-driven
programming
• Modular technology
• Overload & short-circuit
protected
• NEMA 4X enclosure
• Easy maintenance
NRTL Certification to STD
UL 61010-1
SPECIFICATIONS
Electric
Power supply
- standard
- optional
Power consumption
Sensor Performance
Gas detected
Sensor element
Range
Accuracy & Resolution
Repeatability
Long term ouput drift
Response time
Sensor life expectancy
Sensor coverage
24 VAC/VDC, -20%/+15%
50/60 Hz,
reverse polarity protected
90...250 VAC,
50/60 Hz, 0.5 A
5 VA (0.2 A) w/ (1) remote sensor
connected
Oxygen (O2)
Electrochemical, diffusion
0-25 %, air by volume
0.1 %
< 0.1 % of reading
< 4% of reading / year
t90 < 15 sec.
2 years, normal operating
environment
2,500 sq. ft., max 5,000 sq. ft.
(232 m2, max 464 m2),
under “ideal conditions”
Installation Location
Mounting height
Type of Control
General
Analog input
Analog reading
Stage level / setpoint
-hysteresis/
switching differential
5 to 6 ft. (1.5 to 1.8 m) above
floor
Four-stage (S1 to S4) control,
assignable up to two (2) binary/
relay, horn/audible alarm, and
24 VDC / 50 mA switched
outputs, i.e. low-high stage for
relay output, horn / audible alarm
and switched 24 VDC at any
stage for remote alarming
One (1) 4-20 mA, for additional
remote sensor, load < 55 mA /
200 Ω, reverse polarity protected
Current and mean (average)
value
Field adjustable over full range,
four (4) stages (S1 to S4) per
analog input, assignable to
current or mean (average) value
Selectable for each sensor point
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SPECIFICATION
Type of Control (cont...)
Digital input
One (1); can be assigned to any
relay (R1, R2).
- application
Remote audio/visual alarm reset
or override function
Relay outputs (R1, R2)
(1) SPDT (R1), and (1) SPST-NC
w/ status LEDs
or SPST-NO (R2),
jumper selectable
Contact rating
30 VAC/VDC, 0.5 A, max.
- each stage level (S1-S4) Assignable to any relay
- sensor fail-safe
Assignable to any stage level
Time delay switching
Selectable for make and brake of
each sensor point (SP1 to SP2)
0‑9,999 seconds
Analog output
One (1),
(0)4‑20 mA, load < 500 Ω;
(0)2-10 VDC, load > 50K Ω;
jumper selectable;
polarity protected,
assignable to low, high or
averaging of sensor inputs
VDC switched output
One (1) 24 VDC, 50 mA max
Audible alarm 83 db @ unit, enabled or
disabled, selectable; assignable
to stage level S1, S2, S3 or S4
Alarm acknowledgment
Menu-driven and system reset function for latched relays
User Interface
Keypad type
Refer to illustration “Keypad User
Interface”
Touch buttons
Four (4)
Status LED’s
Four (4), for system on,
stage status, and failure
Digital display
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD),
two lines, 16 characters per line, 1 digit resolution
- unit display
Menu selectable, per sensor;
ppm, %v/v, %LEL, °F or %RH
Environmental
Permissible ambient
- working temperature
14°F to 122°F (-10°C to 50°C)
- storage temperature
23°F to 86°F (-5°C to 30°C)
- humidity
15 to 95% RH, non-condensing
- working pressure
Atmospheric ± 10%
Physical
Enclosure (panel)
- material - conformity
- color
- protection
- installation
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Cable entry
Wire connection
Wire size
Wire distance
Weight
Approvals / Listings
- unit rating
- relays (R1-R2)
- enclosure
Warranty
Polycarbonate,
UL 94-HB, fire-retardant
UL 50 standards
Light gray
NEMA 4X (IP65)
Wall (surface) mounted, or
single gang electrical box
5.12 x 5.12 x 2.95 in.
(130 x 130 x 75 mm)
3 holes for 1/2 in. conduit for wall
(surface) mounting and 1 hole on
back side of base plate for single
gang electrical box mounting
Terminal blocks,
screw type for lead wire
Min. 24 AWG (0.25 mm2)
Max 14 AWG (2.5 mm2)
Max. loop resistance 450 Ω
(= wire distance plus controller
input resistance)
0.6 lb (0.3 kg)
NRTL Certification to STD
ANSI/UL 61010-1
CE
EMC-Compliance 2004/108/EWG
LVD 73/23/EWG
UL Recognized, E41515
CSA, C22.2 No. 0, No. 14
(File No. LR31928)
UL Listed, E208470
CSA Certified, E208470
Two years material and
workmanship, 12 months normal
exposure for sensor element
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ORDERING INFORMATION
SPC3-1195 - 2 00 US
Power
2
3
Trip/Setpoints
24 VAC/VDC
90...250 VAC
00
01
2 = Standard
Factory set (for built-in sensor) for O2 depletion detection*:
Stage (S1 to S4)
S1 = Low alarm @ 19% O2 (Relay R1)
S2 = High alarm @ 17% O2 (Relay R2)
S3 = Audible alarm @ 17% O2 (built-in horn)
S4 = Remote alarm @ 17% O2
(24 VDC switched output)
Special request
* Note: For O2 over-exposure detection,
specify trip/setpoints at time of ordering
Standard control system, ordering part number:
SPC3 - 1195 - 200 US,
configuration includes:
Digital, programmable controller with
menu-driven keypad user interface,
LCD & LEDs, 24 VAC/VDC, 50/60 Hz
NEMA 4X enclosure
Built-in: (1)O2 sensor/transmitter
(1)Horn, audible alarm
Input:
(1)4-20 mA, for remote sensor
Outputs: (2)Relays, 30 VAC/VDC, 0.5 A max.;
1-SPDT (R1) and
1-SPST-NO/NC (R2),
jumper selectable
(1)Switched 24 VDC, 50 mA max.
(1)(0)4-20 mA or (0)2-10 VDC,
selectable
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USER INTERFACE & CONTROLLER
Keypad User Interface
System Operation
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
INTEC Controls
SPC3
Alarm 1
Flashes when any stage level setpoint is
“Orange LED” exceeded; steady when any relay output
is in manual override operation
Alarm 2
“Red LED”
Flashes when high alarm stage 2 or multiple
alarm stage level setpoints are exceeded;
steady when any relay output is in manual
override operation
Failure
“Yellow LED”
Flashes when system or sensor fails
Power
“Green LED”
Steady when power is ON
All programming is made via the keypad user interface in
combination with the display screen. Security is provided via
two password levels. The lower level password (1234) allows
to override or to reset system status functions. The upper level
password (9001) allows all programming and override functions.
Main Page Display
After powered on, displays INTEC and part number and changes
to sensor reading display unless a system error occurs; then the
error is displayed.
Main Menu
Displays headings of “System Errors”, “Stage Status”
“Relay Status”, “Sensor Readings”, “Relay Setup”,
“SP (Sensor Point) Setup”, and “System Setup”.
Sub Menu “System Errors”
Displays errors, reset corrected errors, and historical error
summary.
Sub Menu “Stage Status”
Displays status of each “SP” sensor point, stage level/setpoint
exceeded.
Exit programming mode and saves settings;
return to previous level or menu
Sub Menu “Relay Status”
Enter Main Menus; scrolls through Main Menus
and Sub Menus; increase or decrease a value
Sub Menu “Sensor Readings”
Navigates through menus on the same level;
moves cursor when inputing data
Enter Sub Menus; accepts and stores data;
silence horn (if assigned)
Main Page & Main Menu
INTEC Controls
SPC3
System Errors
Stage Status
Relay Status
Sensor Readings
Relay Setup
SP Setup
Displays status and manual control of each output relay.
The current and mean/average values are displayed for
each “SP” sensor point with sensing type and engineering unit
(ppm, %v/v, %LEL, °F, %RH).
Sub Menu “Relay Setup”
Enter and/or change parameters of each relay.
- Assign de-energized or energized normal operation
- Select steady or flashing function
- Select horn function
- Select latching or non-latching mode
- Select digital input usage, and assign to any output relay
- Set delay ON/OFF time
Sub Menu “SP Setup”
Enter and/or change parameters of each sensor point.
- Activate sensor point
- Select sensor point type (gas, temperature, humidity)
- Select measuring range
- Select sensor signal
- Select stage/setpoint 1 to 4
- Select hysteresis
- Set delay ON/OFF time
- Select current or mean/average value
- Assign sensor point fault to stage level setpoint
- Assign setpoint 1 to 4 to any output relay
- Assign to analog output
Sub Menu “System Setup”
Enter and/or change system parameters.
- Select service mode
- Display software version
- Set maintenance after days
- Select service phone number
- Select averaging function, time and overlay, of any SP
- Set maintenance period days
- Change customer password
- Set failure relay
- Select power ON time
- Select analog output function
System Setup
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WIRING CONFIGURATION
24 VAC/VDC Input Power Supply,
and Analog Output “AO01”
X4
7
6
>
5
(+)
4
(+)
3
(–)
2
(+)
1
(+)
(–)
(–)
<
(+)
(0) 4-20 mA, or
(0) 2-10 VDC***
24 VAC/VDC**
-20%/15%, 50/60 Hz
***Jumper output signal “AO01” range selectors:
Over both pins
= VDC
Pins not covered = mA
V-A
Over both pins
= 4-20 mA / 2-10 VDC
Pins not covered = 0-20 mA / 0-10 VDC
0-20%
Binary-Relay Outputs “R01 and R02”,
24 VDC switched Output “S4”,
and Digital Input
X5
1
Digital input
Optional 4-20 Remote AT-...V3 Series Sensor/Transmitter
Input “SP02”
24 VDC, 50 mA
4-20 mA, 3-wire sensor/transmitter
Relays are
normally
de‑energized,
30 VAC/VDC
0.5 A
7
6
5
<
(+) 4-20 mA
4
2
1
<
(–)
3
S4
4
NO
6
NC
7
Common
8
NC/NO**
9
Common
10
R1
R2
11
3
(–)
(+)
5
X4
(+)
S3
2
(–) Common
>
S3 = Built-in horn
S4 = Switched output
(+) 24 VAC or VDC**
**Jumper SPST relay (R2) NC/NO selector:
4-20 mA, 2-wire loop-powered sensor/transmitter
X4
NC
NO
Covers top two pins = SPST-NC
Covers bottom two pins = SPST-NO
7
**/*** Attention:
6
(+)
5
<
(+) 4-20 mA
•
Only the same type of power, VAC or VDC, as supplied to
the unit, is available for the remote transmitter.
i.e.When 24 VDC transmitter power is required, the
unit must be powered with 24 VDC.
•
2-wire loop powered transmitter can use the internal
power.
•
3-wire transmitters that allow power common to DC
common can use the same power supply to power the
SPC3 and the transmitter.
•
3-wire transmitters that require separate power common
from DC common must use a separate power source.
•
90 to 250 VAC only if ordered with factory installed power
supply
4
3
2
(+)
1
>
(+) 24 VDC**
Twisted, shielded wire is recommended for
2- or 3- wire configurations.
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