null  null
Operation
Manual
MODEL pH/EC80
Microcomputer Based
pH/Condctivity/TDS/
Sanility & Temperature
Pocket Meter
pH/EC80
CONTENTS
INITIAL INSPECTION AND ASSEMBLY ........................2
BEFORE YOUR FIRST USE ........................…...................2
A.
Replace the Batteries ....................................................2
B.
Soak the Electrode.... ....................................................2
C.
Setup and Calibrate the Electrode and Meter…..........2
VISIONPLUS pH/EC80 OVERVIEW..................................3
A.
B.
Meter Description...........................................................3
VisionPlus Graphical Display .......................................3
OPERATION MODES AND KEYPAD OPERATIONS 4
A.
Operation Modes............................................................4
B.
Keypad Operations .......................................................4
USING VISIONPLUS pH/EC80...........................................6
A.
B.
Power ON/OFF .............................................................. 6
Temperature Unit Select Mode................................... 6
C.
pH Calibration............................................................... 7
D.
Conductivity Calibration.............................................. 8
E.
Measure ..........................................................................10
F. Hold Data ........... ......................................................... 10
G. Save Data ...........................................................…...... 10
H. Recall Data ...................................................................11
I.
Erase Data......................................................................11
ONGOING MAINTENANCE...............................................12
A.
Replace Electrode........................................................12
ERROR DISPLAYS AND TROUBLESHOOTING .......12
SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................13
WARRANTY ...........................................................................16
1
INITIAL INSPECTION AND ASSEMBLY
Carefully unpack the instrument and accessories. Inspect for
damages made in shipment. If any damage is found, notify your
Jenco representative immediately. All packing materials should be
saved until satisfactory operation is confirmed.
BEFORE YOUR FIRST USE
A.
Replace the Batteries
1.
Take off the battery cover
as shown in the right figure
2.
Remove all of the old
batteries and insert a new
set of batteries ensuring
the polarities are correct.
B.
Soak the Electrode
1.
Remove the electrode cap
covering the VisionPlus pH/EC80 meter.
2.
Soak the electrode in a pH 4 solution for 10 minutes
before first use or after storage.
C.
Setup and Calibrate the Electrode and Meter
VisionPlus pH/EC80 must be setup and calibrated before your
first use. Please follow the instructions detailed in section
USING VISIONPLUS pH/EC80.
2
VISIONPLUS pH/EC80 OVERVIEW
A.
Meter Description
1. Battery cap
2. LCD screen
3. Keypad
HoId
Store
4. Electrode collar
Mode ScroII
JENCO
R
pH/EC 80
B.
5. Electrode & ATC assembly
(Electrode cap is not shown.)
VisionPlus Graphical Display
1
2
7.00
HOLD
3
M1
4
BUF:7/4/10
5
10.00 pH
6
125.2 °F
7
REC
8
1. pH BUFFER mode indicator
2. HOLD mode indicator
3. DATA NUMBER indicator
4. CALIBRATION buffer(s)
5. BATTERY indicator
6. pH / CONDUCTIVITY / TDS / SANILITY reading
7. TEMPERATURE reading
8. RECALL DATA mode indicator
3
OPERATION MODES AND KEYPAD OPERATIONS
A.
Operation Modes
VisionPlus pH/EC80 meter has 6 operation modes:
1. Measure Mode. Measure Mode is used to make pH /
conductivity / TDS / salinity and temperature measurements.
2. Calibration Mode. Calibration Mode is used to perform
1, 2 or 3 point pH calibration and conductivity calibration.
3. Hold Mode. Hold Mode is used to display held measured
values for increased ease of use.
4. Temperature display set mode. This Mode is used to
select °C or °F.
5. pH Buffer Select Mode. Buffer Select Mode is used to select
the buffer set, which can either be 7.00(7.00/4.01/10.01) or
6.86(6.86/4.00/9.18).
6. Recall Data Mode. Recall Data mode is used to display
measured data which have been stored in the memory.
B.
Keypad Operations
Key
Operation
Duration
Mode
Function
All, except
Hold
1 second
Turns meter on/off.
Conductivity
Calibration
0 second
Saves the
Calibration reading.
Recall Data
0 second
Returns to Measure
Mode.
Measure
0 second
Holds current
measurement
reading. Press
again to resume
measuring.
Hold
0 second
Returns to Measure
Mode.
Hold
4
Key
Mode
Store
Operation
Mode
Duration
Function
Measure
0 second
Selects display
mode. Pressing
this key changes
the display
sequentially to
display pH/Temp,
Conductivity/Temp,
TDS/Temp and
Salinity/Temp
modes.
pH Measure
2 seconds
Enters pH
Calibration mode.
Conductivity
Measure
2 seconds
Enters Conductivity
Calibration mode.
TDS
Measure
Selects
10 seconds Temperature °C or
°F mode.
Recall Data
0 second
Selects whether
or not to erase all
stored data.
Measure
2 seconds
Stores current
pH/Temp,
Conductivity/Temp,
TDS/Temp and
Salinity/Temp
reading into
memory.
Temperature
display mode
Selects
0 second
Selects
Temperature °C
pH Buffer
Select
0 second
Selects 7.00 Buffer
Sets and Leaves
Buffer Select Mode.
Recall Data
0 second
Increases current
number.
5
Key
Scroll
Operation
Mode
Duration
Function
Measure
2 seconds
Enters Recall Data
Mode.
Temperature
display mode
Selects
0 second
Selects
Temperature °F
pH Measure
5 seconds
Enters pH Buffer
Select Mode.
pH Buffer
Select
0 second
Recall Data
0 second
Selects 6.86 Buffer
Sets and Leaves
Buffer Select Mode.
Decreases current
number.
USING VISIONPLUS pH/EC80
A.
Power ON/OFF
1. Press and hold “Hold” key for 1 second. The unit will turn
on and enter the “Measure Mode”. Repeat the process to
turn off the unit.
2. The unit will also automatically turn off after 10 minutes of
no key activity.
B.
Temperature Unit Select Mode
1. The pH/EC80 meter is factory pre-set in “°C”.
2. To change to “°F”, press “Mode” key to enter the “TDS
Measure Mode”.
3. Press and hold the “Mode” key for 10 seconds, the unit will
enter the “Temperature Unit Select Mode”.
4. Press “Store” key to select “°C” and press “Scroll” key to
select “°F”.
SELECT
TEMPERATURE UNIT
STORE: °C
SCROLL: °F
MODE: EXIT
6
C.
pH Calibration
a. pH Buffer sets Select
1. In the “pH Measure Mode”, press and hold the “Scroll” key
for 5 seconds to enter the “pH Buffer sets Select Mode”.
2. Press “Store” key to select 7.00 (7.00/4.01/10.01) or press
“Scroll” key to select 6.86 (6.86/4.00/9.18) .
3. Press “Mode” key to exit and return to “pH Measure Mode”.
SELECT pH BUFFER
STORE: 7.00
SCROLL: 6.86
MODE: EXIT
Note: There is no need to repeat this procedure every time
unless one decides to change the buffer settings.
b. pH Calibration
1. Press “Mode” key to enter the “pH Measure Mode”.
2. Clean and dip meter into either pH 7.00 or 6.86 buffer
solution. Press “Mode” key and hold for 2 seconds to enter
the “pH Calibration Mode”. A ‘WAIT” icon will flash. The
pH/EC80 meter will perform end point sensing to determine
when the calibration reading is stable.
7.00
WAIT
7.00
25.2
pH
°C
BUF:7
3. When the “WAIT” icon disappears, one point/first point
calibration is now complete. Press “Mode” key to exit or to
wait 5 seconds for the meter to enter two points / second
point calibration.
4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 for two points/second point
calibration by dipping the meter in pH 4.01/4.00 or
10.01/9.18 buffers.
7
5. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 for three points / third point
calibration.
6. When “WAIT” icon disappears. Three points / third point
calibration is now complete. The unit will automatically
return to Measure Mode.
Note: For accurate measurements, it is recommended that
pH calibration is preformed once a week and after replacing
the electrode.
D.
Conductivity Calibrate
a. Preparing Standard Solutions
Suitable conductivity standards are available commercially or
the user can prepare them using research grade reagents.
Here are some standard solutions the user can prepare to
calibrate the probe of the model pH/EC80.
1. Standard solution of 1413uS at 25°C: Accurately weight
out 0.746 grams of research grade dried Potassium
Chloride (KCL). Dissolve in 1000ml of distilled water.
2. Standard solution of 12.90mS at 25°C: Accurately weight
out 7.4365 grams of research grade dried Potassium
Chloride (KCL). Dissolve in 1000ml of distilled water.
[Note: You can store the remaining solution in a plastic
container for one week but the air space between the cap
and the solution must be kept to an absolute minimum.
Storing the excess solution below 4°C can increase the
storage life. If you have any doubt of the accuracy of the
stored solution, a fresh batch should be prepared.]
b. Conductivity Calibration
1. Press “Mode” key to enter the “Conductivity Measure
Mode”.
2. Clean and dip meter into Standard Solution. Allow
temperature reading to stabilize. Press and hold “Mode”
key for 2 seconds to enter the “Conductivity Calibration
Mode”. The “CAL” icon appears on the LCD.
3. Press “Store”, “Scroll” and “Hold” keys to sequentially view
previous calibration settings.
8
TDS FACTOR: 0.65
TEMP.COE.: 1.91%
TEMP.REF.: 25°c
147
uS/cm
25.2 °c
CAL
TDS FACTOR:
The default factor value is 0.65. To change the TDS factor,
use the “Store” and “Scroll” keys to adjust the value
between 0.30 and 1.00. Press “Hold” key to save the new
value and the unit will automatically go into the next
calibration parameter. If “Mode” key is pressed instead of
the “Hold” key, any changes made will be cancelled and
the previous calibration settings will be retained.
TEMP. COE.:
The unit uses the temperature coefficient to calculate
temperature compensated conductivity. The default value
is 1.91%. To change the temperature coefficient, use the
“Store” and “Scroll” keys to adjust the value between 0
and 4.00%. Press “Hold” key to save the new value and
the unit will automatically go into the next calibration
parameter. If “Mode” key is pressed instead of the “Hold”
key, any changes made will be cancelled and the previous
calibration settings will be retained.
TEMP. REF.:
The unit uses the temperature reference value to calculate
temperature compensated conductivity. The default value
is 25°C. To change the temperature coefficient, use the
“Store” and “Scroll” keys to adjust the value between 15°C
and 25°C. Press “Hold” key to save the new value and the
unit will automatically go into the next calibration parameter.
If “Mode” key is pressed instead of the “Hold” key, any
changes made will be cancelled and the previous
calibration settings will be retained.
4. Immerse the probe in a standard of known conductivity,
preferably a standard in the middle range of the solutions to
be measured. Immerse the probe (at least 2” to 3” or
5~7cm from the tip) into standard solution without touching
the sides of the calibration container. Shake the probe
lightly to remove any air bubbles trapped in the conductivity
cell.
9
Allow temperature to stabilize. The message “RANG”
(range) may appear briefly on the display indicating autoranging. This is normal. After temperature stabilization, use
the “Store” and “Scroll” keys to adjust the conductivity value
to that of the conductivity standard at 25°C. Press “Hold”
key to calibrate. The unit displays “CAL OK” to indicate a
successful calibration. Conductivity calibration is now
complete and the unit will automatically switch to the
“Conductivity Measurement” mode.
E.
Measure
In the “Measure Mode”, dip the meter into the test solution.
Press “Mode” key to select: pH/Temperature, Conductivity/
Temperature, TDS/ Temperature and Salinity/Temperature.
F.
Hold Data
1. When the readings is stable, press “Hold” key once to lock
the reading.
2. Press “Hold” key again to unlock reading and the unit will
return to the “Measure Mode”. The unit is now ready for
another measurement.
HOLD
147
uS/cm
25.2 °c
G.
Save Data
Press and hold “Store” key for 2-3 seconds in the “Hold Mode”
or “Measure Mode”, the “SAVE” and “M-XX” icons will appear
indicating the reading has been saved and stored in memory
location XX. The unit will automatically returns to the “Measure
Mode” and ready to perform other task.
M2
SAVE
147
uS/cm
125.2°F
10
Note: The Model pH/EC 80 is equipped with a non-volatile
memory that can store up to 50 different sets of readings
(pH/Conductivity/TDS/Salinity and temperature). Non-volatile
memory will be retained even if power is lost. When all 50
memory locations are used up, the next set of data saved will
overwrite the data stored in the first location and so on.
H.
Recall Data
1. In “Measure Mode”, press and hold “Scroll” key 2-3
seconds, the “REC” icon appears on the LCD and the last
set of saved data will appear.
2. By pressing the “Store” or “Scroll” key, previous saved data
will appear.
3. Press “Hold” to exit and return to “Measure Mode”.
M2
147
uS/cm
125.2°F
SAVE
REC
I.
Erase Data
1. In “Recall Data Mode”, press “Mode” to enter “Erase Data
Mode”.
2. Press “Store” key to erase ALL stored data and return to
“Measure Mode.”
3. Press “Scroll” key to not erase ALL stored data and return
to “Measure Mode.”
ERASE ALL DATA ?
STORE: YES
SCROLL: NO
11
ONGOING MAINTENANCE
A.
Replace Electrode
1. Unscrew the electrode collar to
remove the electrode & ATC
assembly as shown in the right
figure.
2. Remove the old electrode
assembly from the electrode
collar.
3. Insert a new electrode assembly
and make sure the electrode fit
back into the meter correctly.
4. Screw back the electrode collar.
ERROR DISPLAYS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
Display
Mode
Main
Display
pH
Measure
UNDR
Secondary Possible cause(s)
Display
[Action(s)]
UNDR
Temperature< -5.0°C .
[Bring solution to a higher
temperature.]
[Replace electrode.]
OVER
Temperature> 60.0°C .
[Bring solution to a lower
temperature.]
[Replace electrode.]
or
pH
Calibration
OVER
UNDR
Offset @ 7.00pH:
mV>100mV;
[email protected]:
mV>91.7mV; New slope>
0.0 to 60.0°C ideal slope by +30%
[Use a new buffer
solution.]
[Replace electrode.]
OVER
Offset @ 7.00pH:
mV< -100mV;
[email protected]:
mV<-108.7mV; New
0.0 to 60.0°C
slope<ideal slope by -30%
[Use a new buffer
solution.]
[Replace electrode.]
pH
Calibration
12
Display
Mode
Main
Display
UNDR
pH
Measure
Secondary Possible cause(s)
Display
[Action(s)]
pH value<0.00 pH.
-5.0 to
[Replace the test solution
60.0°C
or recalibrate the meter.]
OVER
Conductivity
Measure
or
Conductivity
Calibration
-5.0 to
60.0°C
UNDR
UNDR
OVER
OVER
CAL
UNDR
-5.0 to
60.0°C
CAL
OVER
-5.0 to
60.0°C
OVER
-5.0 to
60.0°C
Conductivity
Calibration
Conductivity
Measure
pH value>14.00 pH.
[Replace the test solution
or recalibrate the meter.]
Temperature< -5.0°C .
[Bring solution to a higher
temperature.]
[Replace electrode.]
Temperature> 60.0°C .
[Bring solution to a lower
temperature.]
[Replace electrode.]
Correction of slope
beyond -30%.
[Use a new standard
solution.]
[Replace electrode.]
Correction of slope
beyond +30%.
[Use a new standard
solution.]
[Replace electrode.]
[The conductivity value of
the test solution is greater
than 20mS/cm.]
[Clean or Replace
electrode.]
SPECIFICATIONS
pH
Range
0.00 to 14.00 pH
Resolution
0.01 pH
Accuracy
±0.01 pH
Resolution
Minimum
1uS/cm
Accuracy
Conductivity
Range
0uS/cm to 20.00mS/cm
13
±1%FS
TDS
Range
0mg/L to 20.00g/L
Resolution
Minimum
1mg/L
Accuracy
Resolution
0.1ppt
Accuracy
±1%FS
±1%FS
Salinity
Range
0.0 to 10.0ppt
Temperature
Range
-5.0 to 60.0 °C
23 to 140 °F
Resolution
0.1 °C
0.1 °F
Accuracy
±0.5
°C
±0.9
°F
pH
pH buffer recognition:
pH 7.00, 4.01, 10.01 or pH 6.86, 4.00, 9.18
pH Temperature compensation:
AUTO -5.0 to 60.0 °C
pH Buffer Temperature range: 0.0 to 60.0°C
pH Electrode Offset recognition:
±100 mV at pH 7.00; +91.7 mV / -108.7 mV at pH 6.86
pH Electrode Slope recognition:
±30% at pH 4.00, 4.01, 9.18 and 10.01
Input impedance: >1012Ω
Conductivity
Reference Temperature: 15.0 to 25.0 °C
Temperature Coefficient: 0.00% to 4.00%
TDS
TDS Constant: 0.30 to 1.00
14
Temperature
Temperature sensor: Thermistor, 10 KΩat 25°C
Temperature unit: °C or °F
General
Power: LR44 x 4
Automatic shut off function: 10 minutes of non-use
Data logging capabilities: 50 data sets
Ambient temperature range: 0.0 to 50.0 °C
Relative Humidity: At 95%RH
Case: IP67 water-tight case
Dimensions (W x D x H): 44mm x 200mm x25mm
Weight : 110 g (Batteries included)
15
WARRANTY
Jenco Instruments, Ltd. warrants this product to be free from
significant deviations in material and workmanship for a period
of 1 years for the meter from date of purchase. If repair or
adjustment is necessary and has not been the result of abuse
or misuse, within the warranty period, please return-freightprepaid and the correction of the defect will be made free of
charge. If you purchased the item from our Jenco distributors
and it is under warranty, please contact them to notify us of the
situation. Jenco Service Department alone will determine if the
product problem is due to deviations or customer misuse.
Out-of-warranty products will be repaired on a charge basis.
Jenco Instruments, Inc.
7968 Arjons Drive, Suite C San Diego, CA
92126, USA
TEL: 858-578-2828 FAX: 858-578-2886
E-Mail: [email protected]; [email protected]
Website: www.jencoi.com
Jenco Electronics, Ltd.
4F., NO. 80, Songde Rd., Xinyi Dist., Taipei City 110, Taiwan
TEL: 886-2-2345-6188
FAX: 886-2-2345-6791
E-Mail: [email protected]
Website: www.jenco.com.tw
Shanghai Jenco Instruments, Ltd.
18 Wang Dong Zhong Road
Sijing Town, Songjiang
Shanghai, China
TEL: 86-021-5761-9599 FAX: 86-021-5761-9598
E-Mail: [email protected]
Website: www.jenco.com.cn
16
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement