Transmitter H100 Series
Transmitter H100 COND
User Manual
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Warranty
Defects occurring within 3 years from delivery date shall be remedied free of charge at our
plant (carriage and insurance paid by sender).
Subject to change without notice.
Return of Products Under Warranty
Please contact our Service Team before returning a defective device. Request a Return Goods
Authorization number (RGA). This number assures proper tracking of your device. Ship the
cleaned device to the address you have been given.
If the device has been in contact with process fluids, it must be ­decontaminated/disinfected
before shipment. In that case, please attach a corresponding certificate, for the health and
safety of our service personnel.
Disposal
Please observe the applicable local or national regulations concerning the disposal of “waste
electrical and electronic equipment”.
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Table of Contents
Safety Information.......................................................................... 5
Intended Use.....................................................................................................7
Registered Trademarks..................................................................................7
CD-ROM..............................................................................................................8
Safety Information..........................................................................................8
Quickstart Guides............................................................................................8
Overview of Transmitter H100 COND.......................................... 9
Assembly.........................................................................................10
Package Contents..........................................................................................10
Mounting Plan................................................................................................11
Pipe Mounting, Panel Mounting..............................................................12
Installation and Connection........................................................14
Installation Instructions..............................................................................14
Terminal Assignments.................................................................................14
Wiring of Conducell Sensors.....................................................................17
Protective Wiring of Relay Outputs........................................................18
User Interface and Display..........................................................20
Operation: Keypad........................................................................22
Safety Functions............................................................................23
Sensocheck, Sensoface Sensor Monitoring.........................................23
GainCheck Device Self-Test.......................................................................23
Automatic Device Self-Test........................................................................23
Hold Mode.......................................................................................................24
Configuration.................................................................................26
Menu Structure of Configuration............................................................27
Overview of Configuration Steps............................................................28
Output 1...........................................................................................................30
Output 2...........................................................................................................42
Temperature Compensation.....................................................................48
Alarm Settings................................................................................................50
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Table of Contents
Limit Function.................................................................................................52
Controlling a Rinsing System....................................................................54
Connecting a Rinsing System...................................................................55
Parameters......................................................................................56
Factory Settings of Parameters................................................................56
Parameters – Individual Settings.............................................................58
Calibration......................................................................................60
Calibration by Entry of Cell Constant.....................................................62
Calibration with Calibration Solution ...................................................64
Product Calibration .....................................................................................66
Temp Probe Adjustment..............................................................68
Measurement.................................................................................68
Diagnostics Functions..................................................................69
Error Messages (Error Codes)......................................................71
Operating States............................................................................73
Sensoface........................................................................................74
Appendix.........................................................................................77
Product Line and Accessories...................................................................77
Specifications..................................................................................................78
Calibration Solutions....................................................................................83
Concentration Curves..................................................................................86
Index................................................................................................92
Passcodes........................................................................................96
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Safety Information
Safety information –
Be sure to read and observe the following instructions!
The device has been manufactured using state of the art technology
and it complies with applicable safety regulations.
When operating the device, certain conditions may nevertheless lead
to danger for the operator or damage to the device.
Caution!
Commissioning must be carried out by trained experts.
Whenever it is likely that protection has been impaired, the device
shall be made inoperative and secured against unintended operation.
The protection is likely to be impaired if, for example:
• the device shows visible damage
• the device fails to perform the intended measurements
• after prolonged storage at temperatures above 70°C
• after severe transport stresses
Before recommissioning the device, a professional routine test in
accordance with EN 61010-1 must be performed. This test should be
carried out at the manufacturer’s factory.
Caution!
Before commissioning, make sure that the transmitter may be
­connected to other equipment.
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Intended Use
The Transmitter H100 COND is used for measurement of electrical
­conductivity and temperature in liquids. Fields of application are:
­biotechnology, chemical industry, environment, food processing,
w
­ ater/waste-water treatment.
The sturdy molded enclosure can be fixed into a control panel or
mounted on a wall or at a post.
The protective hood provides additional protection against direct
weather exposure and mechanical damage.
The device can be used with all 2- and 4-electrode sensors. It provides
two current outputs (for transmission of measured value and temperature, for example), two contacts, and a universal power supply
24 ... 230 V AC/DC, AC: 45 ... 65 Hz.
Registered Trademarks
The following names are registered trademarks. For practical reasons
they are shown without trademark symbol in this manual.
Sensocheck®
Sensoface®
GainCheck®
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Documentation
Complete documentation:
• User manuals
• Safety instructions
• Quickstart guides
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Transmitter H100 COND
Quickstart
Quickstart Guide.................................................... 3
Kurzübersicht ........................................................15
Guide de démarrage rapide ............................27
Inicio rápido ..........................................................39
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Quickstart Guides
In German, English, French, Spanish.
• Installation and Commissioning
• Operation
• Menu structure
• Calibration
• Error messages and recommended actions
Overview
Overview of Transmitter H100 COND
2/4electrode
cond input
Output 1
+ Output 1
cond I hi
1
cond U hi
2
cond U lo
3
cond I lo
4
SG (solution
ground)
5
12 Relay
Shield
C
13 Relay
RTD
D
14 Not in use
RTD
E
9
10 – Output 1/2
Output 2
11 + Output 2
15 Alarm
16 Alarm
17 Cleaning
Do not connect
terminal !
Do not connect
terminal !
Do not connect
terminal !
6
18 Cleaning
7
19 Power supply
8
20 Power supply
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Assembly
Package Contents
Check the shipment for transport damage and completeness.
The package should contain:
• Front unit
• Rear unit
• Bag containing small parts
• CD-ROM with documentation
• Specific test report
• Passcode sticker
1
11
10
2
3
9
8
7 6
1 Jumper (2 x)
2 Washer (1 x), for conduit mounting:
Place washer between enclosure and nut
3 Cable tie (3 x)
4 Hinge pin (1 x), insertable from either side
5 Enclosure screw (4 x)
6 Sealing insert (1 x)
7 Rubber reducer (1 x)
8 Cable gland (3 x)
Fig.: Assembling the enclosure
10
5
4
9 Filler plug (3 x)
10 Hexagon nut (5 x)
11 Sealing plug (2 x), for sealing in case of wall
mounting
Assembly
Mounting Plan
105
144
15
144
27
42
84
1
80
6,2
2
1 Cable gland (3 x)
2 Knockouts for cable gland or
1/2“ conduit, ø 21.5 mm (2 knockouts)
Conduits not included!
3 Breakout for pipe mounting (4 x)
4 Breakout for wall mounting (2 x)
72
32
21
43
3
4
Fig.: Mounting plan (All dimensions in mm!)
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Assembly
Pipe Mounting, Panel Mounting
40
132
60
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
P/N 243084 protective hood (if required)
Hose clamp with worm gear drive to DIN 3017 (2 x)
Pipe-mount plate (1 x)
For vertical or horizontal posts or pipes
Self-tapping screw (4 x)
Fig.: P/N 243082 pipe-mount kit (All dimensions in mm!)
165
132
173
1
Fig.: P/N 243084 protective hood for wall and pipe mounting
(All dimensions in mm!)
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1
Assembly
max. 25
78
1
2
3
4
5
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1
5
Screw (4 x)
Gasket (1 x)
Control panel
Span piece (4 x)
Threaded sleeve (4 x)
Panel cut-out
138 x 138 mm (DIN 43700)
4
2
1...22
3
Fig.: P/N 243083 panel-mount kit (All dimensions in mm!)
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Installation and Connection
Installation Instructions
Caution!
• Installation of the transmitter must be carried out by trained experts
in accordance with this user manual and as per applicable local and
national regulations.
• Be sure to observe the technical specifications and input ratings
during installation.
• Be sure not to notch the conductor when stripping the insulation.
• Before connecting the device to the power supply, make sure that
its voltage lies within the range 20.5 ... 253 V AC/DC.
• All parameters must be set by a system administrator prior to
c­ ommissioning.
The terminals are suitable for single wires and flexible leads up to
2.5 mm2 (AWG 14).
Terminal Assignments
Fig.: Transmitter H100 COND terminal assignments
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Installation and Connection
3
2
1
1 Terminals for temperature probe and outer shield
2 Terminals for sensor
3 Terminals for power supply
Fig.: Information on installation, rear side of device
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Wiring of Conducell Sensors
Wiring assignment for HAMILTON VP single coaxial cable‚ VP 6.0’
Transmitter Color coding
H100 COND in the cable
VP pin
Conducell 2 UP
Conducell 4 US
Conducell 4 UxF
2
Coax core
black/transparent
A
Pt ring 1
H Pot
1
Coax shield red
B
Pt ring 1
H Curr
3
Gray wire
C
Pt ring 2
L Pot
4
Blue wire
D
Pt ring 2
L Curr
D
White wire
E
Pt 1000
Pt 1000
E
Green wire
F
Pt 1000
Pt 1000
C
Outer shield
green/yellow
Housing
Shielding of connector
head (1)
Shielding of connector
head (1)
Wiring assignment for HAMILTON VP double coaxial cable‚ VP 8.0 DC’
Transmitter Color coding
H100 COND in the cable
VP pin
Conducell 2 UP
Conducell 4 US
Conducell 4 UxF
2
Coax core
black/transparent
A
Pt ring 1
H Pot
1
Coax shield black
B
Pt ring 1
H Curr
3
Coax core
red/transparent
C
Pt ring 2
L Pot
4
Coax shield red
D
Pt ring 2
L Curr
White wire
E
Pt 1000
Pt 1000
Green wire
F
Pt 1000
Pt 1000
D
Yellow wire
G
-
-
E
Brown wire
H
-
-
C
Outer shield
green/yellow
Housing
Shielding of connector
head (1)
Shielding of connector
head (1)
(1)In the electrode the housing of the VP socket is not connected with any other potential-carrying
component of the sensor.
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Protective Wiring of Relay Outputs
Protective Wiring of Relay Contacts
Relay contacts are subjected to electrical erosion. Especially with
inductive and capacitive loads, the service life of the contacts will be
reduced. For suppression of sparks and arcing, components such as RC
combinations, nonlinear resistors, series resistors and diodes should
be used.
1
1
2
3
3
AC applications with inductive load
1 Load
2 RC combination, e.g. RIFA PMR 209
Typical RC combinations for 230 V AC:
Capacitor 0.1 µF / 630 V Resistor 100 ohms / 1 W
3 Contact
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2
Protective Wiring of Relay Outputs
Typical Protective Wiring Measures
A: DC application with inductive load
B: AC/DC applications with capacitive load
C: Connection of incandescent lamps
A1 Inductive load
A2 Free-wheeling diode, e.g. 1N4007 (Observe polarity)
A3Contact
B1 Capacitive load
B2 Resistor, e.g. 8 Ω / 1 W at 24 V / 0.3 A
B3Contact
C1 Incandescent lamp, max 60 W / 230 V, 30 W / 115 V
C3Contact
Warning!
Make sure that the maximum ratings of the relay contacts are not
exceeded even during switching!
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User Interface and Display
User Interface
1
2
3
4
1 Display
2 Mode indicators (no keys), from left to right:
- Measuring mode
- Calibration mode
- Alarm
- Cleaning contact
- Configuration mode
3 Alarm LED
4 Keypad
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User Interface and Display
Display
1
2
3 4
5
6
7
8
9
10
20
11
19
12
18
13
17 16 15
1 Passcode entry
2 Not in use
3 Temperature
4 Current output
5 Limit values
6 Alarm
7 Sensocheck
8 Calibration
9 Interval/response time
10 Cleaning contact
11 Measurement symbol
12Press enter to proceed
13 Bar for identifying the device status,
above mode indicators, from left to right:
- Measuring mode
- Calibration mode
- Alarm
- Not in use
- Configuration mode
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14 Secondary display
15 Manual temp specification
16 Hold mode active
17 Waiting time running
18 Sensor data
19 Main display
20Sensoface
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User Interface and Display
Operation: Keypad
cal
conf


enter
Start, exit calibration
Start, exit configuration
• Select digit position
(selected position blinks)
• Menu navigation
• Edit digit
• Menu navigation
• Calibration:
Continue in program sequence
• Configuration: Confirm entries,
next configuration step
• Measuring mode: Display output current
cal
enter Cal Info, display of calibration data
enter Error Info: Display of last error message
conf
Start GainCheck device self-test
+
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Safety Functions
Sensocheck, Sensoface Sensor Monitoring
Sensocheck continuously monitors the sensor and its wiring.
Sensocheck can be switched off (Configuration, page 50).
Sensoface provides information on the conductivity ­sensor
condition. Significant sensor polarization effects or an
­excessive cable capacitance are indicated.
GainCheck Device Self-Test
A display test is carried out, the software version is displayed,
and the memory and measured-value transfer are checked.
Start GainCheck device self-test:  + 
Automatic Device Self-Test
The automatic device self-test checks the memory and measured-­
value transfer. It runs automatically in the background at fixed
i­ ntervals.
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Safety Functions
Hold Mode
Display:
The Hold mode is a safety state during configuration and calibration.
Output current is frozen (Last) or set to a fixed value (Fix). Alarm and
limit contacts are disabled.
If the calibration or configuration mode is exited, the device remains in
the Hold mode for safety reasons. This prevents undesirable reactions
of the connected peripherals due to incorrect configuration or calibration. The measured value and “HOLD” are displayed alternately.
The device only returns to measuring mode after enter is pressed and
20 seconds have passed.
Configuration mode is also exited automatically 20 minutes (timeout)
after the last keystroke. The device returns to measuring mode.
Timeout is not active during calibration.
Behavior of output signal:
Last:The output current is frozen at its last value.
Recommended for short configuration procedures.
The process should not change decisively during configuration.
Changes are not noticed with this setting!
Fix:The output current is set to a value that is noticeably different
from the process value in order to signal the control system
that the device is being worked at.
See Configuration page 40.
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Safety Functions
Alarm
Alarm delay is 10 seconds.
During an error message the alarm LED blinks.
Error messages can also be signaled by a 22 mA output current.
The alarm contact is activated by alarm or power failure,
see also page 51.
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Configuration
In the Configuration mode you set the device parameters.
Activation
conf
Activate by pressing conf
Enter passcode “1200“
Edit parameter using  and ,
confirm/proceed using enter.
(Exit by pressing conf, then enter.)
HOLD
The output current is frozen (at its last value or
at a preset fixed value, depending on the configuration), limit and alarm contacts are inactive.
Sensoface is off, “Configuration” mode indicator
is on.
During configuration
the device remains
in the Hold mode.
HOLD icon
Input errors
Exit
The configuration parameters are checked during
the input. In the case of an incorrect input ”Err” is
displayed for approx. 2 sec. The incorrect parameters cannot be stored. Input must be repeated.
conf
enter
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Exit by pressing conf. The measured value and
Hold are displayed alternately, “enter” blinks.
Press enter key to exit the Hold mode. The
measured value is displayed. The output current
remains frozen for ­another 20 sec (HOLD icon on,
“­hourglass” blinks).
Configuration
Menu Structure of Configuration
The configuration steps are assigned to different menu groups.
Using the arrow keys, you can jump between the individual menu
groups.
Each menu group contains menu items for setting the parameters.
Pressing enter opens a menu item.
The values are edited using the arrow keys.
Pressing enter confirms/saves the settings.
Return to measurement: Press conf.
Select menu
group

Menu group
Code
Display
Output 1
Select menu
item
enter
Menu item 1
Menu item 2
...
Menu item ...
enter
enter
enter
Output 2

Temperature ­compensation

Alarm settings

Relay
Previous
menu group:


Rinsing system

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Configuration
Overview of Configuration Steps
Code
Menu
Selection
Output 1
Select sensor
Select process variable
Select solution (Conc), see page 34
Codes:
Select current range
Enter current start
Enter current end
Time constant of output filter
22 mA signal in the case of error
Signal behavior during HOLD
Enter fixed value
Output 2
Select temperature unit
Select temperature probe
Select current range
Enter current start
Enter current end
Time constant of output filter
22 mA signal for temperature error
Signal behavior during HOLD
Enter fixed value
Temperature compensation
Select temp compensation
Lin: Enter temperature coefficient
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2-electrode, 4-electrode
Configuration
Code
Menu
Selection
Alarm settings
Select Sensocheck
Relay 1: Limit value
Select contact function
Select contact response
Enter setpoint
Enter hysteresis
Enter delay
Rinsing probes
Rinse interval
Rinse duration
Contact response
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Configuration
Output 1
Selecting the sensor type
1
conf
2
1 Press conf key.
2 Enter passcode 1200.
3 Output 1 menu group is displayed. All items of this
menu group are indicated by the “o1.” code.
4 Press enter to select menu, edit using arrow keys
(see page 31).
Confirm (and proceed) using enter.
5 Exit: Press conf, then enter.
Output 1:
3
enter
4
o1.CELL
o1.UnIT
o1.CoNC
o1.rNG
o1.4mA
o1.20mA
o1.FtME
o1.FAIL
o1.HoLD
Select sensor
Select process variable
Select solution (Conc)
Select 0-20 / 4-20 mA
Enter current start
Enter current end
Set output filter
22 mA for error
HOLD mode
5
30
conf
enter
Configuration
Code Display
Action
o1.
Select evaluation method:
2-electrode sensor /
4-electrode sensor
Select usingkey,
press enter to proceed.
Selection
Note: Characters represented in gray are blinking and can be edited.
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Configuration
Output 1
Selecting the process variable
1
conf
2
1 Press conf key.
2 Enter passcode 1200.
3 Output 1 menu group is displayed. All items of this
menu group are indicated by the “o1.” code.
4 Press enter to select menu, edit using arrow keys
(see page 33).
Confirm (and proceed) using enter.
5 Exit: Press conf, then enter.
Output 1:
3
enter
4
o1.CELL
o1.UnIT
o1.CoNC
o1.rNG
o1.4mA
o1.20mA
o1.FtME
o1.FAIL
o1.HoLD
Select sensor
Select process variable
Select solution (Conc)
Select 0-20 / 4-20 mA
Enter current start
Enter current end
Set output filter
22 mA for error
HOLD mode
5
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conf
enter
enter
Configuration
Code Display
Action
o1.
Select process variable:
Choices
Select usingkey,
press enter to proceed.
Conductivity:
0.000 ... 9.999 μS/cm
00.00 ... 99.99 μS/cm
000.0 ... 999.9 μS/cm
0.000 ... 9.999 mS/cm
00.00 ... 99.99 mS/cm
000.0 ... 999.9 mS/cm
0.000 ... 9.999 S/m
00.00 ... 99.99 S/m
Resistivity:
00.00 ... 99.99 MΩ·cm
Salinity (SAL):
0.0 ... 45.0 ‰ (0 ... 35 °C)
Concentration (Conc):
0.00 ... 9.99% by wt
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Configuration
Output 1
Concentration measurement: Select process solutions
1
conf
2
1 Press conf key.
2 Enter passcode 1200.
3 Output 1 menu group is displayed. All items of this
menu group are indicated by the “o1.” code.
4 Press enter to select menu, edit using arrow keys
(see page 35).
Confirm (and proceed) using enter.
5 Exit: Press conf, then enter.
Output 1:
3
enter
4
o1.CELL
o1.UnIT
o1.CoNC
o1.rNG
o1.4mA
o1.20mA
o1.FtME
o1.FAIL
o1.HoLD
Select sensor
Select process variable
Select solution (Conc)
Select 0-20 / 4-20 mA
Enter current start
Enter current end
Set output filter
22 mA for error
HOLD mode
5
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conf
enter
enter
Configuration
Code Display
Action
o1.
Only with 00.00 % Conc
can you select the process
s­ olution.
Select using arrow key
-01-
NaCl
(0.00 ... 9.99 % by wt)
(0 ... 120 °C)
-02-
HCl
(0.00 ... 9.99 % by wt)
(-20 ... 50 °C)
-03-
NaOH
(0.00 ... 9.99 % by wt)
(0 ... 100 °C)
-04-
H2SO4
(0.00 ... 9.99 % by wt)
(-17 ... 110 °C)
-05-
HNO3
(0.00 ... 9.99 % by wt)
(-20 ... 50 °C)
Choices
Press enter to proceed.
Concentration Measurement
For the solutions listed above, the device can determine the substance
concentration from the measured conductivity and temperature
­values in % by wt. The measurement error is made up of the sum of
measurements errors during conductivity and temperature measurement and the accuracy of the concentration curves stored in the
device, see page 86.
We recommend to calibrate the device together with the sensor. For
exact temperature measurement, you should perform a temperature
probe adjustment. For measuring processes with rapid temperature
changes, use a separate temperature probe with fast response.
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Configuration
Output 1
Output current range, current start, current end
1
conf
2
1 Press conf key.
2 Enter passcode 1200.
3 Output 1 menu group is displayed. All items of this
menu group are indicated by the “o1.” code.
4 Press enter to select menu, edit using arrow keys
(see page 37).
Confirm (and proceed) using enter.
5 Exit: Press conf, then enter.
Output 1:
3
enter
4
o1.CELL
o1.UnIT
o1.CoNC
o1.rNG
o1.4mA
o1.20mA
o1.FtME
o1.FAIL
o1.HoLD
Select sensor
Select process variable
Select solution (Conc)
Select 0-20 / 4-20 mA
Enter current start
Enter current end
Set output filter
22 mA for error
HOLD mode
5
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conf
enter
enter
Configuration
Code Display
Action
Choices
o1.
Set output current range
Select usingkey,
press enter to proceed.
Current start
Enter lower end of scale.
Select usingkey,
edit number using key,
press enter to proceed.
Current end
Enter upper end of scale.
Select usingkey,
edit number using key,
press enter to proceed.
Assignment of Measured Values: Current Start and Current End
Example 1: Range 0...200 mS/cm
[mS/cm]
Example 2: Range 100...200 mS/cm
Advantage: Higher resolution in the
range of interest
Conductivity
[mS/cm]
200
Conductivity
200
Output current
Output current
100
0
4
20 [mA]
4
20 [mA]
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Configuration
Output 1
Time constant of output filter
1
conf
2
1 Press conf key.
2 Enter passcode 1200.
3 Output 1 menu group is displayed. All items of this
menu group are indicated by the “o1.” code.
4 Press enter to select menu, edit using arrow keys
(see page 39).
Confirm (and proceed) using enter.
5 Exit: Press conf, then enter.
Output 1:
3
enter
4
o1.CELL
o1.UnIT
o1.CoNC
o1.rNG
o1.4mA
o1.20mA
o1.FtME
o1.FAIL
o1.HoLD
Select sensor
Select process variable
Select solution (Conc)
Select 0-20 / 4-20 mA
Enter current start
Enter current end
Set output filter
22 mA for error
HOLD mode
5
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conf
enter
enter
Configuration
Code Display
Action
Choices
o1.
Time constant of output filter 0 sec
Default setting: 0 s (inactive). 0 ... 120 sec
To specify a time constant:
Select usingkey,
edit number using  key,
press enter to proceed.
Time Constant of Output Filter (Attenuation)
To smoothen the current output, a low-pass filter with adjustable filter
time constant can be switched on. When there is a jump at the input
(100 %), the output level is at 63 % after the time constant has been
reached.
The time constant can be set from 0 to 120 sec.
If the time constant is set to 0 sec, the current output follows the input.
Please note:
The filter only acts on the current output, not on the display or the
limit value!
Cond
Time constant 0 ... 120 sec
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Configuration
Output 1
Output current during Error and HOLD
1
conf
2
1 Press conf key.
2 Enter passcode 1200.
3 Output 1 menu group is displayed. All items of this
menu group are indicated by the “o1.” code.
4 Press enter to select menu, edit using arrow keys
(see page 41).
Confirm (and proceed) using enter.
5 Exit: Press conf, then enter.
Output 1:
3
enter
4
o1.CELL
o1.UnIT
o1.CoNC
o1.rNG
o1.4mA
o1.20mA
o1.FtME
o1.FAIL
o1.HoLD
Select sensor
Select process variable
Select solution (Conc)
Select 0-20 / 4-20 mA
Enter current start
Enter current end
Set output filter
22 mA for error
HOLD mode
5
40
conf
enter
enter
Configuration
Code Display
Action
Choices
o1.
22 mA signal for error
m
­ essage
Select usingkey,
press enter to proceed.
Output signal during HOLD
LAST: During HOLD the last
measured value is maintained at the output
FIX: During HOLD a value (to
be entered) is maintained at
the output
Select usingkey,
press enter to proceed.
Only with FIX selected:
Enter current which is to flow
at the output during HOLD
Select position usingkey
and edit number using 
key.
Press enter to proceed.
Output Signal During HOLD:
Output current
[mA]
Output signal HOLD
FIX setting = 21.0 mA
Output signal HOLD
LAST setting
21
4
HOLD active
HOLD active
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Configuration
Output 2
Temperature unit and probe, output current
1
conf
2
1 Press conf key.
2 Enter passcode 1200.
3 Select Output 2 menu group using arrow keys. All
items of this menu group are ­indicated by the “o2.”
code.
4 Press enter to select menu, edit using arrow keys (see
page 43).
Confirm (and proceed) using enter.
5 Exit: Press conf, then enter.

Output 2:
3
enter
4
o2.UnIT
o2. rTD
o2.rNG
o2. 4mA
o2.20mA
o2.FtME
o2.FAIL
o2.HoLD
5
42
enter
Select °C/°F
Select temp probe
Select 0-20 / 4-20 mA
Enter current start
Enter current end
Set output filter
22 mA for temp error
HOLD mode
conf
enter
Configuration
Code Display
Action
Choices
o2.
Specify temperature unit
Select usingkey,
press enter to proceed.
Select temperature probe
Select usingkey,
press enter to proceed.
Select output current range
Select usingkey,
press enter to proceed.
Current start: Enter lower end
of scale.
Select usingkey,
edit number using  key,
press enter to proceed.
Current start: Enter upper
end of scale.
Select usingkey,
edit number using  key,
press enter to proceed.
Process Temperature: Current Start and Current End
Example 1: Range 0 ... 100 °C
[°C]
Example 2: Range 50 ... 70 °C
Advantage: Higher resolution in the range of
interest
Process temperature
[°C]
100
Process temperature
70
Output current
Output current
50
0
4
20 [mA]
4
20 [mA]
43
Configuration
Output 2
Time constant of output filter
1
conf
2
1 Press conf key.
2 Enter passcode 1200.
3 Select Output 2 menu group using arrow keys. All
items of this menu group are indicated by the “o2.”
code.
4 Press enter to select menu, edit using arrow keys (see
page 45).
Confirm (and proceed) using enter.
5 Exit: Press conf, then enter.

Output 2:
3
enter
4
o2.UnIT
o2. rTD
o2.rNG
o2. 4mA
o2.20mA
o2.FtME
o2.FAIL
o2.HoLD
5
44
enter
Select °C/°F
Select temp probe
Select 0-20 / 4-20 mA
Enter current start
Enter current end
Set output filter
22 mA for temp error
HOLD mode
conf
enter
Configuration
Code Display
Action
Choices
o2.
Time constant of output filter 0 sec
Default setting:
(0 ... 120 sec)
0 sec (inactive). To specify a
time constant: Select using
 key, edit number using 
key, press enter to proceed.
Time Constant of Output Filter
To smoothen the current output, a low-pass filter with adjustable filter
time constant can be switched on. When there is a jump at the input
(100 %), the output level is at 63 % after the time constant has been
reached.
The time constant can be set from 0 to 120 sec.
If the time constant is set to 0 sec, the current output follows the input.
Please note:
The filter only acts on the current output, not on the display!
Cond
Time constant 0 ... 120 sec
45
Configuration
Output 2
Temperature error, output current during HOLD
1
conf
2
1 Press conf key.
2 Enter passcode 1200.
3 Select Output 2 menu group using arrow keys. All
items of this menu group are indicated by the “o2.”
code.
4 Press enter to select menu, edit using arrow keys (see
page 47).
Confirm (and proceed) using enter.
5 Exit: Press conf, then enter.
Output 2:
3
enter
4
o2.UnIT
o2. rTD
o2.rNG
o2. 4mA
o2.20mA
o2.FtME
o2.FAIL
o2.HoLD
5
46
enter
Select °C/°F
Select temp probe
Select 0-20 / 4-20 mA
Enter current start
Enter current end
Set output filter
22 mA for temp error
HOLD mode
conf
enter
Configuration
Code Display
Action
Choices
o2.
22 mA signal for error
m
­ essage
Select usingkey,
press enter to proceed.
Output signal during HOLD
LAST: During HOLD the last
measured value is maintained at the output
FIX: During HOLD a value (to
be entered) is maintained at
the output
Select usingkey,
press enter to proceed.
Only with FIX selected:
Enter current which is to flow
at the output during HOLD
Select position withkey
and edit number with key.
Press enter to proceed.
Output Signal During HOLD:
Output current
[mA]
Output signal HOLD
FIX setting = 21.0 mA
Output signal HOLD
LAST setting
21
4
HOLD active
HOLD active
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Configuration
Temperature Compensation
Temp compensation selection
1
conf
2
1 Press conf key.
2 Enter passcode 1200.
3 Select Temperature compensation menu group using
arrow keys. All items of this menu group are indicated
by the “tc.” code.
4 Press enter to select menu, edit using arrow keys (see
page 49).
Confirm (and proceed) using enter.
5 Exit: Press conf, then enter.


Temp compensation:
3
enter
4
tc.
Temp compensation
5
48
conf
enter
Configuration
Code Display
Action
tc.
Select temp compensation
Choices
OFF: Temperature compensation switched off
Select usingkey,
press enter to proceed.
LIN: Linear temperature
compensation with entry of
temperature coefficient and
reference temperature
nLF: Temperature compensation for natural waters to
EN 27888
NaCl (nACL): Temperature
compensation for ultrapure
water with NaCl traces
HCl (HCL): Temperature
compensation for ultrapure
water with HCl traces
NH3 (nH3): Temperature
compensation for ultrapure
water with NH3 traces
Only with linear temperature compensation (LIN)
selected: Enter temperature
coefficient.
Select position usingkey
and edit number using
key.
Press enter to proceed.
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Configuration
Alarm Settings
1
conf
2
1 Press conf key.
2 Enter passcode 1200.
3 Select Alarm settings menu group using arrow keys.
All items of this menu group are indicated by the “AL.”
code.
4 Press enter to select menu, edit using arrow keys (see
page 51).
Confirm (and proceed) using enter.
5 Exit: Press conf, then enter.



Alarm settings:
3
4
enter
AL.SnSO Select Sensocheck
5
50
conf
enter
Configuration
Code Display
Action
AL.
Select Sensocheck
(continuous monitoring of
sensor)
Select usingkey,
press enter to proceed.
Alarm
15
16
Choices
Alarm Contact
The alarm contact is closed during normal
­operation (N/C). It opens in the case of alarm or
power outage. As a result, a failure message is
­provided even in the case of line breakage (fail-safe
b
­ ehavior).
For contact ratings, see Specifications.
Error messages can also be signaled by a 22 mA
output current (see page 40, 46, 71).
The operating behavior of the alarm contact is
shown on page 73.
The alarm delay acts on the LED, the 22 mA signal
and the alarm contact.
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Configuration
Limit Function
Relay
1
conf
2
1 Press conf key.
2 Enter passcode 1200.
3 Select Limit function menu group using arrow keys.
All items of this menu group are indicated by the “L1.”
code.
4 Press enter to select menu, edit using arrow keys (see
page 53).
Confirm (and proceed) using enter.
5 Exit: Press conf, then enter.


4

Limit function:
3
L1.FCT
L1.tYP
L1.LEVL
enter L1.HYS
L1.dLY
5
52
enter
Contact function
Contact response
Enter setpoint
Enter hysteresis
Delay
conf
enter
Configuration
Code Display
Action
Choices
L1.
Contact function
(see below for function
p
­ rinciple)
Select usingkey,
press enter to proceed.
Contact response
N/C: normally closed contact
N/O: normally open contact
Select usingkey,
press enter to proceed.
Setpoint
Select usingkey,
edit number using key,
press enter to proceed.
Hysteresis
Select usingkey,
edit number using key,
press enter to proceed.
Delay
The contact is activated with
delay (deactivated without
delay)
Select usingkey,
edit number using key,
press enter to proceed.
Limit Lo
0010 sec
(0 ... 9999 sec)
Limit Hi
Signal
Signal
Hysteresis +
Setpoint
Setpoint
Hysteresis -
1
Contact
1
Contact
0
0
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Configuration
1
conf
2

Controlling a Rinsing System
“Clean” contact
1 Press conf key.
2 Enter passcode 1200.
3 Select Limit function menu group using arrow keys.
All items of this menu group are indicated by the “Cn.”
code.
4 Press enter to select menu, edit using arrow keys (see
page 54).
Confirm (and proceed) using enter.
5 Exit: Press conf, then enter.



4

enter
Rinsing interval
Rinse duration
Contact response

Rinse contact:
3
enter
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5
conf
enter
Configuration
Code Display
Action
Choices
Rinsing interval
Select using  key,
enter number using ,
press enter to proceed.
000.0 h
(xxx.x h)
Rinse duration
Select using  key,
enter number using ,
press enter to proceed.
Contact response
N/C: normally closed contact
N/O: normally open contact
Select using ,
press enter to proceed.
Connecting a Rinsing System
The “Clean” contact can be used to connect a simple rinsing system.
Rinse duration and rinsing interval are defined during configuration.
Rinsing system
Clean
17
18
Power supply
55
Parameters
Factory Settings of Parameters
Activation:
Simultaneously press conf + right arrow key and enter passcode
“4321“.
The lower display line reads “Clear“. To prevent accidental resetting,
“NO“ is set as default (blinking in the main display).
Press one of the arrow keys to select “YES“
and confirm by pressing enter.
Caution!
Your data (also calibration data) will be overwritten by the factory
s­ ettings!
Code
Parameters
Select sensor
Process variable
Conc solution
0/4-20 mA
Current start
Current end
Filter time
22mA signal
HOLD response
Fix current
Unit °C / °F
Temp probe
0/4-20 mA
Current start
Current end
Filter time
22mA signal
HOLD response
Fix current
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Factory setting
Parameters
Code
Parameters
Factory setting
Temp compensation
Temp coefficient
Sensocheck
Contact function
Contact response
Setpoint
Hysteresis
Delay
Rinsing interval
Rinse duration
Contact type
Please note:
Fill in your configuration data on the following pages.
Please note:
The cell constant is factory set to 1.0000 cm-1.
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Parameters
Parameters – Individual Settings
Code
Parameter
Sensor
Process variable
Solution (Conc)
0/4-20 mA
Current start
Current end
Filter time
22mA signal
HOLD response
Fix current
Unit °C / °F
Temp probe
0/4-20 mA
Current start
Current end
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Setting
Parameters
Code
Parameter
Setting
Filter time
22mA signal
HOLD response
Fix current
Temp compensation
Temp coefficient
Sensocheck
Contact function
Contact response
Setpoint
Hysteresis
Delay
Rinsing interval
Rinse duration
Contact type
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Calibration
Calibration adjusts the device to the sensor.
cal
Activate by pressing cal
Activation
Enter passcode:
• Entry of cell constant 1100
• With calibration solution 0110
• Product calibration 1105
• Temp probe adjustment 1015
Select using  key.
Edit parameter using .
Press enter to proceed.
(Exit by pressing cal, then enter.)
HOLD
Output current is frozen (last value or preset
fixed value, depending on configuration), limit
and alarm contacts are inactive. Sensoface is off,
“Calibration” mode indicator is on.
During calibration the device
remains in the
Hold mode.
HOLD icon
Input errors
Exit
The calibration parameters are checked during the
input. In the case of an incorrect input ”Err” is displayed for approx. 2 sec. The incorrect parameters
cannot be stored. Input must be repeated.
enter
enter
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Exit by pressing enter (abort using cal).
The measured value and Hold are displayed alternately, “enter” blinks. Sensoface is active.
Press enter to exit the Hold mode.
The measured value is displayed.
The output current remains frozen for another
20 sec (HOLD icon on, ­“hourglass” blinks).
Calibration
Information on Calibration
Calibration adapts the device to the conductivity sensor.
Calibration can be performed by:
• Input of cell constant (e.g. for ultrapure-water sensors)
• Determining the cell constant with a known calibration solution
(conductivity standard)
• Product calibration (calibration by comparison)
• Temperature probe adjustment
Please note:
• All calibration procedures must be performed by trained personnel.
• Incorrectly set parameters may go unnoticed, but change the
m
­ easuring properties.
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Calibration
Calibration by Entry of Cell Constant
Input of cell constant with simultaneous display of uncorrected
­conductivity value and temperature
Display
Action
Remark
Press cal key, enter code 1100.
Select using  key,
edit number using  key,
press enter to proceed.
Device is in the Hold
mode.
If an invalid code is
entered, the device
returns to measuring
mode.
Ready for calibration
Display (2 sec)
Enter cell constant of connected
sensor:
The lower display
shows the measured
conductivity value.
(When there has
not been an entry
for 6 sec, the lower
display alternately
shows the conductivity and temperature
value.)
Select using,
enter number using 
A change in the cell constant also
changes the conductivity value.
Press enter to confirm cell
c­ onstant.
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Calibration
Display
Action
Remark
The device now displays the
­conductivity and temperature.
The measured value is shown in
the main display alternately with
“Hold”, “enter” blinks.
Exit calibration by pressing enter.
After end of calibration, the outputs
remain in Hold mode
for approx. 20 sec.
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Calibration
Calibration with Calibration Solution
Input of temperature-corrected value of calibration solution
(calibration standard) with simultaneous display of cell constant
Display
Action
Remark
Press cal key, enter code 0110.
Select using  key,
edit number using  key,
press enter to proceed.
Device is in the Hold
mode. If an invalid
code is entered, the
device returns to
measuring mode.
Ready for calibration
Display (2 sec)
Remove and clean sensor
Immerse sensor in calibration
solution.
When there has
not been an entry
for 6 sec, the lower
Determine the temperaturedisplay alternately
shows the cell concorrected conductivity value of
the calibration solution from the stant and temperacorresponding table (see page 83). ture value.
Enter value of calibration
s­ olution.
Select usingkey,
edit number using key.
Press enter to confirm the
c­ alibration.
The determined cell constant is
displayed.
Press enter to confirm.
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The cell constant
and temperature are
alternately displayed
in the lower display
during the input.
Calibration
Display
Action
Remark
The device now displays the
­conductivity and temperature.
Clean sensor and re-place it in
the process. The measured value
is shown in the main display
alternately with “Hold”.
“enter” blinks.
Exit calibration by pressing enter.
After end of calibration, the outputs
remain in Hold mode
for approx. 20 sec.
Please note:
• Be sure to use known calibration solutions with the respective temperature-corrected conductivity values (see ”Calibration ­Solutions”
page 83 et seq.).
• Make sure that the temperature does not change during the
c­ alibration procedure.
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Calibration
Product Calibration
Calibration by comparison
For product calibration the measured variable is used as configured:
­conductivity (µS/cm, mS/cm, S/m), resistivity (MΩ·cm). During product
calibration the sensor remains in the process. The measurement is only
interrupted briefly. Calibration is without TC correction.
Procedure: The currently measured value is stored in the device for
comparison. A sample is measured using a portable meter. The sample
value is then entered in the device. The new cell constant is calculated
from these two values.
Display
Action
Remark
Press cal key,
enter code 1105.
Presskey to select position,
enter number usingkey,
press enter to confirm.
If an invalid code is
entered, the device
returns to measuring
mode.
Display
(approx. 2 sec)
Save currently measured value.
Press enter to proceed.
Enter reference value.
The new cell constant is
c­ alculated.
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Perform reference
m
­ easurement.
Calibration
Display
Action
Remark
The determined cell constant is
displayed.
Press enter to confirm.
New calibration:
Press cal.
The new value is shown in the
main display alternately with
“Hold”, “enter” blinks.
Exit by pressing enter.
After end of calibration, the outputs
remain in Hold mode
for approx. 20 sec.
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Temp Probe Adjustment
Display
Action
Remark
Select calibration
Press cal key, enter code 1015.
Presskey to select position,
enter number usingkey,
press enter to confirm.
Wrong settings
change the measurement properties! If
an invalid code is
entered, the device
returns to measuring
mode.
Ready for calibration
Measure the temperature of
the process medium using an
e
­ xternal thermometer.
Device is in Hold
mode.
Display approx. 2 sec
Enter measured temperature
value.
Select usingkey,
edit number using key,
press enter to proceed.
Exit adjustment by pressing
enter.
HOLD will be deactivated after
20 sec.
Default:
Value of secondary
display.
Measurement
Display
Action
In the measuring mode the main display shows the configured process variable (conductivity, resistivity, or SAL)
and the lower display the temperature.
During calibration you can return to measuring mode by
pressing the cal key, during configuration by ­pressing
conf (waiting time for signal stabilization approx. 20 sec).
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Diagnostics Functions
Display
Action
Display of output currents
Press enter while in measuring mode.
The current at output 1 is shown in the main display,
the current at output 2 in the secondary display.
After 5 sec the device returns to measuring mode.
Display of calibration data (Cal Info)
Press cal while in measuring mode and confirm code
0000. The current cell constant is shown in the main
d
­ isplay.
After 20 sec the device returns to measuring mode (immediate return at pressing enter).
Sensor monitor
for validation of sensor and complete signal processing.
Press conf while in measuring mode and enter code
2222. The measured resistance is shown in the main
display, the measuring temperature in the lower display.
Press enter to return to measurement.
Display of last error message (Error Info)
Press conf while in measuring mode and confirm code
0000.
The last error message is displayed for approx. 20 sec.
After that the message will be deleted (immediate return
to measurement at pressing enter).
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Diagnostics Functions
These functions are used for testing the connected peripherals.
Display
Action
Specify current for output 1
Press conf while in measuring mode, enter code 5555.
The current indicated in the main display for output 1
can be edited.
Select usingkey,
edit number usingkey.
Press enter to confirm entry.
The entered value will be shown in the secondary
­display. The device is in Hold mode.
Press conf, then enter to return to measurement
(Hold remains active for another 20 sec).
Specify current for output 2
Press conf while in measuring mode, enter code 5556.
The current indicated in the main display for output 2
can be edited.
Select usingkey,
edit number usingkey.
Press enter to confirm entry.
The entered value will be shown in the secondary
­display. The device is in Hold mode.
Press conf, then enter to return to measurement
(Hold remains active for another 20 sec).
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ERR 01 Measured
Sensor
ERR 02 Measured
Unsuitable sensor
ERR 98 “Conf“
System error
ERR 99 “FAIL”
Factory settings
value
blinks
value
blinks
blinks
blinks
•
•
•
•
Out 2 (22 mA)
Problem
Possible causes
Out 1 (22 mA)
Display
Red LED
Error
Alarm contact
Error Messages (Error Codes)
Wrong cell constant
Measuring range violation
SAL > 45 ‰
Sensor connection or cable defective
Conductance range > 3500 mS
Configuration or calibration data defective; completely reconfigure the device using the factory
settings. Then calibrate. Memory error in device
program
EEPROM or RAM defective
This error message only occurs in the case of a
total defect. The device must be repaired and
­recalibrated at the ­factory.
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ERR 03
Temperature probe
ERR 11
Current output 1
ERR 12
Current output 1
ERR 13
Current output 1
ERR 21
Current output 2
ERR 22
Current output 2
ERR 23
Current output 2
ERR 33
Sensocheck:
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Out 2 (22 mA)
Out 1 (22 mA)
Icon
Problem
(blinks) Possible causes
Red LED
Error
Alarm contact
Error Messages (Error Codes)
Open or short circuit
Temperature range exceeded
Current below 0 (3.8) mA
Current above 20.5 mA
Current span too small / too large
Current below 0 (3.8) mA
Current above 20.5 mA
Current span too small / too large
Wrong or defective sensor / polarization effects at
the sensor / cable too long or defective /
plug defective
Sensoface active,
see page 75
Temperature outside conversion tables
(TC, conc, SAL)
Sensoface active,
see page 75
Timeout
Cleaning
contact
Relay 1
limit value
Alarm
­contact
Out 2
Operating status
Out 1
Operating States
Measure
Cal Info
(cal) 0000
20 s
Error Info
(conf ) 0000
20 s
Calibration
(cal) 1100
Temp adjustment
(cal) 1015
Product calibration
(cal) 1105
Configuration
(conf ) 1200
20 min
Sensor monitor
(conf ) 2222
20 min
Current source 1
(conf ) 5555
20 min
Current source 2
(conf ) 5556
20 min
Rinsing function
active
as configured (Last/Fix or Last/Off )
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Sensoface
The smiley in the display (Sensoface) provides information about the
sensor condition (defects, maintenance required, cable capacitance
too high). It alerts to significant sensor polarization or excessive cable
capacitance e.g. caused by an unsuitable cable or a cable that is too
long. The permitted calibration ranges and the conditions for a friendly, neutral, or sad Sensoface are summarized in the following chart.
Additional icons refer to the error cause.
Sensocheck
Continuously monitors the sensor and its wiring. ­Sensocheck can
be switched off. Critical values make the Sensoface “sad” and the
­corresponding icon blinks:
The Sensocheck message is also output as error message Err 33.
The alarm contact is active, the red LED is lit, output current 1 is set
to 22 mA (when configured correspondingly). Sensocheck can be
switched off during configuration (then Sensoface is also disabled).
Exception: After a calibration a smiley is always displayed for
c­ onfirmation.
Notice
The worsening of a Sensoface criterion leads to the devaluation of the
Sensoface indicator (Smiley becomes “sad”). An improvement of the
Sensoface indicator can only take place after calibration or removal of
the sensor defect.
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Sensoface
Display
Problem
Status
Sensor defect
Wrong or defective sensor
Significant polarization of sensor
Excessive cable capacitance
(see also Err 33, Error Messages on
page 72).
Temperature
error
Temperature outside range for
TC, conc, SAL
Please note:
When very fast response times (t90) are required, e.g. when detecting
separation layers, Sensocheck should be switched off
(see “Specifications” page 78).
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76
Appendix
Product Line and Accessories
Devices
Transmitter H100 COND
Part No.
243080-02
Mounting Accessories
Pipe-mount kit
Panel-mount kit
Protective hood
243082
243083
243084
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Specifications
Conductivity input
Input for 2-electrode/4-electrode sensors
Effective range
Conductivity
0.2 µS · c ... 1000 mS · c
Measuring ranges
Conductivity
0.000 ... 9.999 μS/cm
00.00 ... 99.99 μS/cm
000.0 ... 999.9 μS/cm
0000 ... 9999 μS/cm
0.000 ... 9.999 mS/cm
00.00 ... 99.99 mS/cm
000.0 ... 999.9 mS/cm
0,000 ... 9.999 S/m
00.00 ... 99.99 S/m
Response time (T90)
Resistivity
00.00 ... 99.99 MΩ · cm
Concentration
0.00 ... 9.99 % by wt
Salinity
0.0 ... 45 ‰ (0 ... 35 °C)
< 1 s (Sensocheck off )
< 3 s (Sensocheck on)
1,2,3)
Meas. error
< 1 % meas. val. + 0.4 µS · c
Concentration determination
Operating modes *
-01-
NaCl
0.00...9.99 % by wt (0...60 °C)
-02-
HCl
0.00...9.99 % by wt (-20...50 °C)
-03-
NaOH
0.00...9.99 % by wt (0...100 °C)
-04-
H2SO4
0.00...9.99 % by wt (-17...110 °C)
-05-
HNO3
0.00...9.99 % by wt (-20...50 °C)
See graphs in the Appendix, page 86
Sensor standardization
Operating modes
• Input of cell constant with simultaneous ­display of
­conductivity and temperature
• Input of conductivity of calibration solution with
­simultaneous display of cell constant and temperature
• Product calibration
• Temperature probe adjustment
Permissible cell constant
00.0050 ... 19.9999 cm-1
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Specifications
Sensor monitoring
Sensocheck
Polarization detection and monitoring of cable capacitance
Sensoface
Provides information on the sensor condition (Sensocheck)
Sensor monitor
Direct display of measured values from sensor for validation
(resistance/temperature)
Temperature input *
Pt100/Pt1000/NTC 30 kΩ/NTC 8.55 kΩ (Betatherm)
2-wire connection, adjustable
Measuring range
Pt 100/Pt 1000
-20.0 ... +200.0 °C
(-4...+392 °F)
NTC 30 kΩ
-20.0 ... +150.0 °C
(-4...+302 °F)
NTC 8.55 kΩ
-10.0 ... +130.0 °C
(+14...+266 °F)
Resolution
Meas. error
0.1 °C / 0.1 °F
1,2,3)
< 0.5 K (< 1K for Pt100; < 1K for NTC > 100°C)
Temperature compensation
(OFF)
Without
(reference temp 25°C)
(Lin)
Linear characteristic
00.00 ... 19.99 %/K
(NLF)
Natural waters to EN 27888
(nACL)
Ultrapure water with
NaCl traces (0...120°C)
(HCL)
Ultrapure water with
HCl traces (0...120°C)
(nH3)
Ultrapure water with
NH3 traces (0...120°C)
Output 1
0/4 ... 20 mA, max. 10 V, floating
(galvanically connected to output 2)
Process variable*
Conductivity, resistivity, concentration, salinity
Overrange *
22 mA in the case of error messages
Output filter
*
Low-pass, filter time constant 0 ... 120 s
Measurement error 1)
< 0.3% current value + 0.05 mA
Start/end of scale
As desired within range
Minimum span
5 % of selected range
79
Specifications
Output 2
0/4 ... 20 mA, max. 10 V, floating
(galvanically connected to output 1)
Process variable
Overrange
Temperature
*
22 mA in case of temp error messages
Output filter *
Measurement error
Low-pass, filter time constant 0 ... 120 s
1)
< 0.3% current value + 0.05 mA
Start/end of scale *
–20 ... 300 °C / –4 ... 572 °F
Permissible span
20 ... 320 K / 36 ... 576 °F
Alarm contact
Relay contact, floating
Contact ratings
AC< 250 V / < 3 A / < 750 VA
DC< 30 V / < 3 A / < 90 W
Contact response
N/C (fail-safe type)
Alarm delay
10 s
Limit values
Output via relay contact
Contact ratings
AC< 250 V / < 3 A / < 750 VA
DC< 30 V / < 3 A / < 90 W
Contact response*
N/O or N/C
Delay
*
0000 ... 9999 s
Setpoints*
*
As desired within range
Hysteresis
0 ... 50 % full scale
Rinsing function
Relay contact, floating, for controlling a simple rinsing system
Contact ratings
AC< 250 V / < 3 A / < 750 VA
DC< 30 V / < 3 A / < 90 W
Contact response
N/C or N/O
Rinse interval
000.0 ... 999.9 h
(000.0 h = cleaning function switched off )
Rinse duration
0000 ... 1999 s
Display
LC display, 7-segment with icons
Main display
Character height 17 mm, unit symbols 10 mm
Secondary display
Character height 10 mm, unit symbols 7 mm
Sensoface
3 status indicators (friendly, neutral, sad face)
Mode indication
4 mode indicators “meas“, “cal“, “alarm“, “config“
Further icons for configuration and messages
Alarm indication
Red LED in case of alarm
80
Specifications
Keypad
5 keys: [cal] [conf ] [] [] [enter]
Service functions
Current source
Current specifiable for output 1 and 2
(00.00 ... 22.00 mA)
Device self-test
Automatic memory test
(RAM, FLASH, EEPROM)
Display test
Display of all segments
Last Error
Display of last error occurred
Sensor monitor
Display of direct sensor signal
(resistance/temperature)
Data retention
Parameters and calibration data > 10 years (EEPROM)
Protection against
electric shock
Protective separation of all extra-low-voltage circuits against
mains by double insulation to EN 61010-1
Power supply
24 (-15%)...230 V AC/DC (+10%); appr. 5 VA, 2.5 W
AC: 45 ... 65 Hz
Overvoltage category II, protection class II
Nominal operating conditions
Ambient temperature
–20 ... +55 °C
Transport/Storage temp
–20 ... +70 °C
Relative humidity
80 % at temperatures up to 55 °C,
maximum operating height 2000 m
Power supply
24 (–15%) ... 230 V AC/DC (+10%)
Frequency for AC
45 ... 65 Hz
EMC
EN 61326-1, EN 61326-2-3
Emitted interference
Class B (residential area)
Class A for mains > 60 V DC
Immunity to interference
Industry
81
Specifications
Housing
Molded enclosure made of PBT
(polybutylene terephthalate)
Color
Bluish gray RAL 7031
Mounting
• Wall mounting
• Pipe mounting: Ø 40 ... 60 mm
• Panel mounting,
cutout to DIN 43 700
Sealed against panel
30 ... 45 mm
Dimensions
H 144 mm, W 144 mm, D 105 mm
Ingress protection
IP 65 / NEMA 4X
Cable glands
3 knockouts for cable glands M20x1.5
2 knockouts for NPT 1/2" or rigid metallic conduit
Weight
Approx.1 kg
* User-defined
1) To IEC 746 Part 1, at nominal operating conditions
2) ± 1 count
3) Plus sensor error
82
Leitfähigkeit
[μS/cm]
conductivity [µS/cm]
up to 3 years
5.08
• Certified standards with traceable
5.06
calibration from DFM (can be viewed
5.04
at www.hamiltoncompany.com)
5.02
• Expiration date on every bottle
nominal value: 5µS/cm
• Bottlescanremainopenforupto60
5
HAMILTON
minutes and retainconductivity
the certified value. standards
4.98
Calibration Solutions
4.96
Nennwe
Toleran
actual value
4.94 tolerance: 5µS/cm±1%
4.92
4.9
0
10
20
shelf life [months]
30
Lagerdauer [Monate]
Value at 25°C
Accuracy
Stability (Months)
Certified by
Package
1.3 µS/cm
±1%
12
DFM
Glass bottle 300 ml
238 973
5 µS/cm
±1%
36
DFM
Glass bottle 300 ml
238 926
Order No.
15 µS/cm
±1%
36
DFM
Glass bottle 300 ml
238 927
84 µS/cm
±1%
18
DFM
Calpack bottle 500 ml
238 984
100 µS/cm
±1%
36
DFM
Glass bottle 300 ml
238 934
147 µS/cm
±1%
18
DFM
Calpack bottle 500 ml
238 985
1413 µS/cm
±1%
36
DFM
Glass bottle 300 ml
238 928
1413 µS/cm
±1%
18
DFM
Calpack bottle 500 ml
238 986
12880 µS/cm
±1%
18
DFM
Calpack bottle 500 ml
238 988
– 11 –
Tatsäch
THE MEASURE OF EXCELLENCE
TM
83
Calibration Solutions
Potassium Chloride Solutions (Conductivity in mS/cm)
Temperature
Concentration 1)
°C
0
5
10
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
0.01 mol/l
0.776
0.896
1.020
1.147
1.173
1.199
1.225
1.251
1.278
1.305
1.332
1.359
1.386
1.413
1.441
1.468
1.496
1.524
1.552
1.581
1.609
1.638
1.667
1.696
0.1 mol/l
7.15
8.22
9.33
10.48
10.72
10.95
11.19
11.43
11.67
11.91
12.15
12.39
12.64
12.88
13.13
13.37
13.62
13.87
14.12
14.37
14.62
14.88
15.13
15.39
15.64
1 mol/l
65.41
74.14
83.19
92.52
94.41
96.31
98.22
100.14
102.07
104.00
105.94
107.89
109.84
111.80
113.77
115.74
1)Data source: K. H. Hellwege (Editor), H. Landolt, R. Börnstein: Zahlenwerte und Funktionen ...,
volume 2, part. volume 6
2) Data source: Test solutions calculated according to DIN IEC 746-3
84
Calibration Solutions
Sodium Chloride Solutions (Conductivity in mS/cm)
Temperature
Concentration
°C
0.01 mol/l2)
0.1 mol/l2)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
0.631
0.651
0.671
0.692
0.712
0.733
0.754
0.775
0.796
0.818
0.839
0.861
0.883
0.905
0.927
0.950
0.972
0.995
1.018
1.041
1.064
1.087
1.111
1.135
1.159
1.183
1.207
1.232
1.256
1.281
1.306
1.331
1.357
1.382
1.408
1.434
1.460
5.786
5.965
6.145
6.327
6.510
6.695
6.881
7.068
7.257
7.447
7.638
7.831
8.025
8.221
8.418
8.617
8.816
9.018
9.221
9.425
9.631
9.838
10.047
10.258
10.469
10.683
10.898
11.114
11.332
11.552
11.773
11.995
12.220
12.445
12.673
12.902
13.132
Saturated1)
134.5
138.6
142.7
146.9
151.2
155.5
159.9
164.3
168.8
173.4
177.9
182.6
187.2
191.9
196.7
201.5
206.3
211.2
216.1
221.0
226.0
231.0
236.1
241.1
246.2
251.3
256.5
261.6
266.9
272.1
277.4
282.7
288.0
293.3
298.7
304.1
309.5
85
Concentration Curves
-01- Sodium chloride solution NaCl
[°C]
[°C]
χ [mS/cm]
400
100
82
300
60
46
200
35
20
10
0
100
0
0
5
cc[Gew%]
[% by wt] 10
Conductivity versus substance concentration and process temperature
for sodium chloride solution (NaCl)
86
Concentration Curves
-02- Hydrochloric acid HCl
[°C]
[°C]
χ [mS/cm]
1000
50
40
800
30
25
20
600
10
0
400
200
0
0
5
cc[Gew%]
[% by wt] 10
Conductivity versus substance concentration and process temperature
for hydrochloric acid (HCl)
Source: Haase/Sauermann/Dücker; Z. phys. Chem. New Edition, Vol. 47 (1965)
87
Concentration Curves
-03- Sodium hydroxide solution NaOH
χ [mS/cm]
1000
[°C]
[°C]
100
90
80
800
70
60
600
50
40
400
30
25
20
10
0
200
0
5
cc[Gew%]
[% by wt] 10
Conductivity versus substance concentration and process temperature
for sodium hydroxide solution (NaOH)
88
Concentration Curves
-04- Sulfuric acid H2SO4
[°C]
[°C]
χ [mS/cm]
600
93,3
82,2
71,1
60,0
48,9
37,8
400
26,7
15,6
4,4
200
0
0
5
cc[Gew%]
[% by wt] 10
Conductivity versus substance concentration and process temperature
for sulfuric acid (H2SO4)
Source: Darling; Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data; Vol.9 No. 3, July 1964
89
Concentration Curves
-05- Nitric acid HNO3
[°C]
[°C]
χ [mS/cm]
800
50
40
600
30
20
400
10
0
200
0
0
5
c c[Gew%]
[% by wt] 10
Conductivity versus substance concentration and process temperature
for nitric acid (HN03)
Source: Haase/Sauermann/Dücker; Z. phys. Chem. New Edition, Vol. 47 (1965)
90
Glossary
Conductance
Conductance G [S] = 1 / R [Ω]
Conductivity
Conductivity χ [S/cm] = G [S] · c [1/cm]
Conductivity
sensor
Either 2- or 4-electrode sensors can be connected. The cell constant of the sensor in use
must be entered or be determined using a
calibration solution taking account of the
t­ emperature.
Passcode
Preset four-digit number to select certain
f­ unctions.
Sensocheck
Sensocheck monitors the sensor and its wiring.
The resulting information is indicated by the
Sensoface smileys. Sensocheck can be switched
off.
Sensoface
Provides information on the sensor condition.
Significant sensor polarization effects or an
excessive cable capacitance are indicated..
Temperature
coefficient
With temperature compensation activated,
the measured value is calculated to the value
at the reference temperature (25 °C) using the
t­ emperature coefficient.
Temperature
compensation
Calculates the measured conductivity value for
a reference temperature.
91
Index
22 mA signal for error message, output 1 41
22 mA signal for error message, output 2 47
A
Accessories 77
Alarm contact, configuration 51
Alarm contact, specifications 80
Alarm settings, configuration 50
Alarm settings, description 25
Assembly 10
C
Calibration 60
by entry of cell constant 62
Product calibration 66
Temp probe adjustment 68
with calibration solution 64
Calibration solutions 83
Cal Info 69
“Clean” contact 54
Concentration curves 86
Hydrochloric acid HCl 87
Nitric acid HNO3 90
Sodium chloride solution NaCl 86
Sodium hydroxide solution NaOH 88
Sulfuric acid H2SO4 89
Concentration measurement 35
Configuration 26
Menu structure 27
Configuration: Alarm settings 50
Configuration: Limit function 52
Configuration: Output 1
Concentration measurement 34
Output current during Error and HOLD 40
Output current range 36
Output filter 38
Process variable 32
Sensor type 30
92
Index
Configuration: Output 2
Output current 42
Output current during HOLD 46
Output filter 44
Temperature 42
Temperature error 46
Configuration: Rinsing probes 54
Configuration: Temperature compensation 48
Connection 14
Current start / end 37, 43
D
Default settings 56
Device self-test 23
Diagnostics functions 69
Display of calibration data 69
Display of last error message 69
Display of output currents 69
Sensor monitor 69
Specifying the output current 70
Display 21
Disposal 2
Documentation 8
E
Error Info 69
Error messages 71
Display of last error message 69
F
Factory settings of parameters 56
Front panel 20
G
Glossary 91
93
Index
H
HAMILTON conductivity standard 83
HOLD mode 24
Output signal during HOLD, output 1 41
Output signal during HOLD, output 2 47
Hysteresis 53
I
Installation 14
Intended use 7
K
Keypad 22
M
Measurement 68
Mounting plan 11
O
Operating states 73
Output filter, output 1 38
Output filter, output 2 44
Overview of configuration steps 28
Overview of transmitter 9
P
Package contents 10
Panel mounting 13
Panel-mount kit 13
Parameters
Factory settings 56
Individual settings 58
Passcodes 96
Pipe mounting 12
Pipe-mount kit 12
Product calibration 66
Product line 77
Protective hood 12
Protective wiring 18
94
Index
Q
Quickstart guides 8
R
Relay, cleaning function 54
Relay contacts, protective wiring 18
Relay, limit function 52
Rinse contact 54
Rinsing interval 55
Rinsing probes 54
Rinsing system 55
S
Safety information 5
Self-test 23
Sensocheck 74
Configuration 51
Sensoface 74
Sensor connection 17
Sensor monitor 69
Specifications 78
T
Technical data 78
Technical terms 91
Temperature compensation 48
Temperature measurement, configuration 43
Temperature probe adjustment 68
Terminal assignments 14
Time constant of output filter, output 1 39
Time constant of output filter, output 2 45
U
User interface 20
V
VP cable connection 17
W
Warranty 2
Wiring of Conducell sensors 17
95
Passcodes
Calibration
Key + passcode
Menu item
Page
CAL info (display of cell constant)
Calibration (with standard solution)
Cell constant adjustment
Product calibration
Temp probe adjustment
69
64
62
66
68
Key + passcode
Menu item
Page
conf + 0000
conf + 1200
conf + 2222
conf + 5555
conf + 5556
conf +  + 4321
Error info (display of last error, erase)
Configuration
Sensor monitor (resistance, temp)
Current source 1 (specify output current)
Current source 2 (specify output current)
Factory setting
69
26
69
70
70
56
cal + 0000
cal + 0110
cal + 1100
cal + 1105
cal + 1015
Configuration
TA-194.233-HAME02 20120601
Software version: 2.x
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