JFID Family Manual - JCT Analysentechnik

JFID Family Manual - JCT Analysentechnik
02/17
JCT
ANALySENTEchNIk GMBh
BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
OPERATING MANUAL
JFID
Manual JFID
NOTICE
This information contained in this manual is subject to change without notice and does not
represent a commitment on the part of the JCT Analysentechnik GmbH, Austria. JCT reserves the
right to make changes in construction, design, specifications, and/or procedure that may not be
reflected in this manual.
This manual is furnished on the express conditions that the information herein will not be used for
second source procurement, or purpose directly or indirectly deter mental to the interests of
JCT.
Copyright © Feb/2017, this issue is a labeled and authorized version of the original manual issued
by SK-Elektronik GmbH, Leverkusen.
Remark: All mentioned models correspond to the related model codes of the original Thermo-FID product by SK-Elektronik GmbH,
Leverkusen. Any mentioned approvals are hold by the original manufacturer SK-Elektronik GmbH, Leverkusen.
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List of contents
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QUICK STARTUP GUIDE ..................................................................................................7
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General advice before start-up ...................................................................................................................... 7
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Instrument Start Up ........................................................................................................................................ 7
OVERVIEW FLAME-IONIZATION-DETECTOR, JFID ..............................................................9
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INTRODUCTION JFID .....................................................................................................10
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Key Features..................................................................................................................................................10
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Portable JFID-PT ...........................................................................................................................................11
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JFID-TG, Desk Top model, overview ...........................................................................................................12
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JFID-ES, 19” Rack Mount model, overview ................................................................................................12
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JFID-FE Field Housing ..................................................................................................................................13
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JFID-MK, Close Coupled Probe On Stack ..................................................................................................14
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INSTALLATION NOTICE & SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ..................................................15
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Safety Instructions ........................................................................................................................................15
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Prepare your own safety ..............................................................................................................................15
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Prepare your instrument ..............................................................................................................................15
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SPECIFICATIONS............................................................................................................16
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Technical Data:..............................................................................................................................................16
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Options...........................................................................................................................................................17
Status- & Alarm Card ..........................................................................................................................................17
Multipoint sample controller ‘MSU-Card digital’ ..................................................................................................17
Multipoint sample controller ‘MSU-Pneumatic’...................................................................................................17
Steam/Vapor trap ................................................................................................................................................17
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Sample Probe heated according to 17 BImSchV ..............................................................................................17
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RESPONSE FACTORS JFID ...........................................................................................18
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APPLICATION NOTES AND CUSTOMIZED EQUIPMENT ............................................19
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Typical Applications .....................................................................................................................................19
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Engineering specials ....................................................................................................................................19
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Quality Notice sampling system..................................................................................................................19
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Options Overview ......................................................................................................................................... 20
APPLICATION NOTES & SOLUTIONS........................................................................... 21
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Installations approved according to 17 BImSchV (Overview) .......................................................................... 21
General Installation JFID .................................................................................................................................... 22
Installation of model ‘FE’/`MK ............................................................................................................................ 23
Multi Installation of model ‘FE’/`MK .................................................................................................................... 24
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THC, METHANE / NONE METHANE .............................................................................. 25
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Introduction Catalyst ................................................................................................................................... 25
Technical Data .................................................................................................................................................... 25
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CO/CO2 – METHANE CATALYST (METHANYSER) ...................................................... 26
General Installations & Sampling Options .......................................................................................................... 27
JFID, 2x Probe Sampling (MSU2), with/without Dilution .................................................................................... 27
JFID, 2x Probe Sampling (MSU2), 2 x Dilution .................................................................................................. 28
JFID, Probe Sampling from EEx area 2/T3, Dilution ......................................................................................... 29
JFID, 2x Probe Sampling (MSU2) from Waste Water, 2 x Stripper ................................................................... 30
JFID, 16 x Sampling (MSU16-parallel) ‘Work Place’ / ‘Ambient’ ........................................................................ 31
JFID, 8x Probe Sampling (MSU8) ...................................................................................................................... 32
JFID, 8x ‘heated’ Probe Sampling, plus Dilution .............................................................................................. 33
JFID, 8x High Temp. Sampling (MSU8-HT) ....................................................................................................... 34
JFID, Sampling from Steam ............................................................................................................................... 35
JFID, 8x Steam Probe Sampling (MSU8-Steam) ............................................................................................... 36
JFID, Sampling CO2, Heat Exchanger ............................................................................................................... 37
JFID at hot environment, Vortex Cooling, Purge ................................................................................................ 38
SK-Elektronik 8x Temperature Controller........................................................................................................... 39
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JFID MEASURING PRINCIPLE ....................................................................................... 40
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General Features .......................................................................................................................................... 40
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Principle of Operation JFID ......................................................................................................................... 40
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Principle of operation .................................................................................................................................. 41
Operation Principle drawing ............................................................................................................................... 42
Principle Flow Diagram ....................................................................................................................................... 43
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Installation of JFID ....................................................................................................................................... 44
Instrument Location: ........................................................................................................................................... 44
Main Power: ........................................................................................................................................................ 44
Power Consumption: .......................................................................................................................................... 44
Analog/Digital IN/OUT: ....................................................................................................................................... 44
Pneumatic: .......................................................................................................................................................... 45
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ELECTRICAL INTERFACE PCBS .................................................................................. 46
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Analog & Digital IN/OUT, General ............................................................................................................... 46
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Analog & Digital IN/OUT for model ‘FE’ & ‘MK’ ........................................................................................ 47
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Electrical Interface Multi Point Sample Control (MSU) ............................................................................ 51
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GAS AND MAIN SUPPLY, BACK PANEL INTERFACES ..............................................55
Portable JFID ‚ model PT’ ...................................................................................................................................55
Desk Top & 19“ Rack Mount, model ‘TG’ & ‘ES’ .................................................................................................56
Field Housing, model ‘FE’ ...................................................................................................................................57
Field Housing, model ‘FE’ ...................................................................................................................................58
Dimension Field Housing MK since 2004 ...........................................................................................................59
Dimension Field Housing ....................................................................................................................................60
MSU16, 16 x Multi Point Sample Controller interface, Ambient..........................................................................61
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INSTALLATION AND START UP ....................................................................................62
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General advice before start up.................................................................................................................62
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Instrument Start Up ......................................................................................................................................62
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Automatic Calibration ...................................................................................................................................64
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Initial/Reference Calibration, Service Request ..........................................................................................64
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Calibration using Response Factor ............................................................................................................65
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FRONT PANEL - USER INTERFACE ..............................................................................66
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Sofware Tree..................................................................................................................................................67
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Instrument Menu Details ..............................................................................................................................68
Over-range ..........................................................................................................................................................70
Set Alarm and MeasValue average, Status Out .................................................................................................70
external IN calibration START .............................................................................................................................70
external IN calibration STOP ..............................................................................................................................70
External IN parameters for analog pressure control (span gas, Hydrogen, etc.)................................................71
External IN parameters for volume flow (flue gas) ..............................................................................................71
External IN parameters free selectable N°1 ......................................................................................................71
External IN parameters free selectable N°2 (identical to N°1, except no system stop function) .......................71
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SERVICE & MAINTENANCE ...........................................................................................77
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MICROPROCESSOR TROUBLE SHOOTING ................................................................80
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ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND INTERFACE JFID .................................................86
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JFID CPU ........................................................................................................................................................86
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JFID power supply (low voltages) ...............................................................................................................87
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JFID data transmission PCB ........................................................................................................................88
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Interface pins JFID COM1, COM2 and peripheral ......................................................................................89
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EPSON-Printer, Software-Handshake (XON/XOFF) ...................................................................................89
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EPSON-Printer, Hardware-Handshake (RTS/CTS, DTR/DSR) ..................................................................89
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PC connection at COM1, COM2 incl. Software-Handshake (XON/XOFF) ............................................... 89
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Data PC Interface (Multi Drop) .................................................................................................................... 90
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Interface cable .............................................................................................................................................. 92
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DRAWINGS & COMPONENT DETAILS JFID ................................................................. 93
General flow schematic JFID ............................................................................................................................... 93
Detector assembly ................................................................................................................................................ 94
Connection chart gas distribution block with external zero gas ..................................................................... 97
Connection chart gas distribution block with external zero gas and synth. air ............................................ 98
Gas distribution block assembly ........................................................................................................................ 99
catalyst ................................................................................................................................................................. 101
JFID with integrated membrane sample pump, top view ............................................................................... 103
JFID with integrated membrane sample pump, bottom view ......................................................................... 104
JFID cassette with ejector sample pump ......................................................................................................... 105
JFID-MK, front open view of field housing, probe, flange .............................................................................. 106
JFID model MK, incl. dilution probe.................................................................................................................. 107
Field Housing ...................................................................................................................................................... 108
Methan non Methan principle flow diagram ..................................................................................................... 109
Methan non Methan with catalyst and injector ................................................................................................ 111
Methan non Methan with catalyst and injector ................................................................................................ 112
Methan non Methan catalyst with Sample pump ............................................................................................. 114
Methan non Methan catalyst with sample pump assembly............................................................................ 115
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• QUICK STARTUP GUIDE
• General advice before start-up
Pneumatic
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Check that all gas supply valves and regulators are closed at this time
Please check all gas tubing for leakages (especially double check Hydrogen supply!)
Please check all pressure settings, adjust to the required setting if needed
Please provide exhaust conditions (back pressure free, to the environment or appropriate exhaust
pipe)
Main Power
♦ Please check main power supply and setting (double check order and application notes concerning
115VAC supply for cat heater and heated sample line!)
♦ Switch on power
♦ The display shall now show >instrument warm up<
Press Service-Bottom NOW - Please follow self-guiding menu structure for further set
up information!
Factory Set Up
♦ The JFID comes with a standard factory set up. Customized end user set up may be performed
during training or be specified for special factory setting at order placement.
♦ Please double check your application against factory set up conditions before measuring.
♦ Before start up and calibration please enter Span Gas Concentration (engineering units % or ppm)
and number of Carbon atoms. Please refer to the label on your span gas bottle.
♦ Please notice that the standard span gas concentration was entered and used during factory test
(500ppm).
• Instrument Start Up
♦ Please Open gas supply, valves etc. . (Please refer to set up procedure for gas supplies and double
check pressure readings)
Self Test & Diagnostic:
♦ Once the instrument reaches the proper temperature, the instrument start self check and calibration
procedure.
♦ The following diagnostic information is used and double checked for start up performance test:
♦ Self test set point temperatures
♦ Self test of all sensors
♦ Electronically adjustments needed for best performance
♦ If the instrument does not perform correctly during start up self test, a ‘clear text’ message is
displayed and the LED is indicating >action request<.
♦ Once instrument is in proper operational condition indicated on the display, the internal gas
sampling system will be automatically started.
♦ Please double check Hydrogen supply again.
♦ The instrument is now performing the flame ignition and exact flame adjustment to the optimum
operation and performance required.
♦ Calibration will be started after the flame conditions are performing to specification.
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FACTORY SERVICE
We strive to provide efficient and professional service any time an instrument or single
component is returned to the factory for repair.
Your assistance can help us to achieve the service you expect from us.
To ensure that we process your factory repair and return goods efficiently, please be prepared
to provide the following information to us:
Your name and Telephone/Fax number in order to reach you
Your company name
Shipping address and contact name of the person receiving the shipment in order to
return the goods
Model number & S/N of the instrumentation (or goods)
A description of the problem you are experiencing and the status information print out
available from the service/status menu
A description of any components the device might be contaminated with for the safety
of our service department.
Your assistance in this matter will enable us to serve you efficiently and we appreciate your
cooperation and support.
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Overview Flame-Ionization-Detector, JFID
Model TG, Desk Top
Model 19”, Rack Mount
Model MK, On Stack
Main Features: Fully automated, self calibrating and self start up maintenance free
hydrocarbon measuring equipment
Models available:
JFID - portable version, model PT
JFID - desk top version, model TG
JFID - emission systems, model ES
JFID - field housing, model FE (optional "Ex version")
JFID – field housing/closed coupled probe on stack, model MK (optional "Ex version")
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• Introduction JFID
• Key Features
♦ Determination of Org.C according to the 17th BImSchV (waste incinerators)
TÜV Köln-936/806016; Publisched at GMBL 1997 N°29, page 464; BMU 08.07.1997 IGIR 51134/2
♦ Determination of Org.C at overheated steam and condensate (please consult factory for application
details)
♦ Multi Point sampling (please consult factor for details)
♦ Integrated Flame Trap, class Ex s IIC, Type 02-13-005;BVS 96; Y.6006 dated 10.09.1996 (consult
factory for details)
♦ LEL (1,2) according to KEMA-Arnheim (NL) approval, report N°95114-KPG/TCM 98-3051
♦ Microprocessor controlled sample gas flow
♦ Microprocessor controlled driving voltage potential
♦ Microprocessor controlled Flame including fully automated flame ignition at start up
♦ Automated adjustment of flame
♦ Self calibrating without additional valves and special equipment
♦ Wide linear range without switching
♦ Close coupled Detector, FID amplifier and A/D converter (no cable)
♦ Built into Thermo-Catalyst (zero gas, Stripper, etc.)
♦ Clear Text Operation-, Failure-, Service- and Alarm status information
♦ 2 x RS232 interface (status information, read out, remote control, etc.)
♦ Optional RS422 interface (data bus)
♦ Optional Methane/None Methane catalyst
♦ Optional Status & Alarm Interface including fully galvanic isolated (600 Ohm) analog outputs and
relay interfaces
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• Portable JFID-PT
♦ The JFID- PT introduces a complete plug and play portable analyzer measuring Org.C components
from high range (LEL) to very low range (ppm). The portable unit includes gas bottles compartment
and pressure regulators for both, Hydrogen & Span Gas. The instrument provides a built in
temperature regulator and mains supply for the standard external heated sample line (probe).
♦ Options:
♦ heated sample line: The portable unit can be fitted with an up to 7 meter (@220V/50Hz, max. 3
meter @110V/50Hz) standard length heated sample line including corrosion free sample filter and
fittings (see details price list)
♦ built onto external temperature regulator and mains supply for 5 plus meter heated sample line
including feedback loop for status information (please consult factory for specials)
♦ Status- & Alarm card (only available using 84TE sized housing)
♦ Methane/None Methane catalyst (only available using 84TE sized housing plus status- & alarm
card)
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• JFID-TG, Desk Top model, overview
• JFID-ES, 19” Rack Mount model, overview
The JFID-TG & JFID-ES introducing the standard instrument configuration able to fit into a 19”
system rack or to be used as a standalone analyzer, measuring Org.C form high range (LEL)
to low range (ppm). All gas fittings and connector for main power supply are located at the
back panel of the instrument.
♦ Options:
♦ heated sample line: The TG & ES unit can be fitted with a 5 meter (@220V/50Hz, max. 3 meter
@110V/50Hz) standard length heated sample line including corrosion free sample filter and fittings
(see details price list)
♦ built onto external temperature regulator and mains supply for 5 plus meter heated sample line
including feedback loop for status information (please consult factory for specials)
♦ Status- & Alarm Card (see details IN-OUTPUT Interface, X2 to X5 connectors)
♦ Methane/None Methane catalyst (only available including status- & alarm card)
♦ Methanizer
♦ Microprocessor controlled multipoint sample switching up to 16 samples
♦ Front Panel View
♦ Back Panel View
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• JFID-FE Field Housing
The JFID- FE introduces the standard instrument configuration (i.e. model TG) built into an
IP45 rated field enclosure perfectly suited to fulfil industrial field installation requirements. The
JFID- FE measures Org.C components from high range (LEL) to very low range (ppm). The
JFID-FE can be offered optional in IP65 enclosure and for Ex-P Zone1 & 2 (see price list,
consult factory for details).
All gas fittings, signal and main power connections are located at the bottom of the instrument
enclosure.
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Options:
Microprocessor controlled multipoint sampling gear
Low temperature sampling/Work place for 1x up to 16x samples
High temperature (180°C/355°F) for 1x up to 8x samples
High temperature (steam, max 15 bar) for 1x up to 8x samples
Notice: Standard instrument configuration model FE includes built into temperature controller with
PT100, 230V/50Hz, 4 Amp, including feedback loop and status information. Optional controller
exceeding 4 Amp each are included with each option if needed.
Microprocessor controlled sampling system for condensate and drain water including ‘Stripper’
Methanizer
Status- & Alarm Card (see details IN-OUTPUT Interface, X2 to X5 connectors)
Methane/None Methane catalyst (only available including status- & alarm card)
Front View Field Enclosure IP65
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• JFID-MK, Close Coupled Probe On Stack
The JFID-MK combines the features of the model FE (IP45 rated field enclosure) with a close
coupled heated sampling probe for on stack mounting. The analyzer measures Org.C
components from high range (LEL) to very low range (ppm).
The sample probe can be heated from 60°C up to 200 °C (140°F to 390 °F) and consists of
DN80 flange (DIN 2527,PN16) direct mounted onto the field housing and the detector
assembly. No further sample conditioning system is needed.
Maintenance interval, i.e. sample filter change, can be determined by using the status and
remote control functions of the model MK.
All gas fittings, signal and main power connections are located at the bottom of the instrument
enclosure.
Application Notice:
The pressure conditions at the sample point should be between 800 and 1600 mbar abs..
Main gas supplies such as Hydrogen, Span gas and Instrument Air are needed.
The Instrument air supply should be oil & water free with minimum due point at –20°C (-4°F)
and should be supplied @ 4 bar.
♦ Options:
♦ Back Purge main filter/sampling system
♦ Dilution Probe built into flange assembly
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• Installation Notice & Safety Instructions
• Safety Instructions
Please read all safety and installation instructions in order to avoid any damage to you or/and the
instrumentation.
Warning: The instrument and all electrical components should not be installed at any
location with huge temperature variations, high environmental dust content, and/or
high moisture content without proper weather enclosure. Before servicing the
instrument, disconnect all main power supply!
• Prepare your own safety
♦ Please read the operation and installation instructions before providing main power and switching
on the instrument.
♦ Please make sure you have read all safety instruction on the instrument.
♦ Please make sure your main power supply does match the main power configuration of the
instrument (see label at the instrument, see factory set up and test report).
♦ Please make sure that all operating and servicing personnel is proper trained by the manufacturer
or by authorized service people.
• Prepare your instrument
♦ Please make sure to comply against all safety instructions and requirements handling H2.
♦ Please make sure to comply against all national electrical safety codes (e.g. VDE0100)
♦ Power must be supplied by using an appropriate power plug according to national standards. The
ground must not be defeated and an adequate ground must be connected to the instrument. If the
instrument is not properly grounded and electrical power is applied in violation of the national
electrical code, the company Mess- & Analysentechnik GmbH assumes no responsibility for any
injury or damage to personnel or property.
♦ Power extension cable must be of adequate quality and performance in order to avoid damage to
the personnel and instrumentation.
♦ In case of liquid or unexpected components inside the instrument, please disconnect all power and
supply gases ‘except purge air’ and provide proper service before switching on the instrument
again.
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• Specifications
JFID -PT, -ES, -TG, -FE, -MK, FE –MSU, FE –MSU –HT
• Technical Data:
Main Power
115 - 230Volt/50-60Hz (model MK & cat.heater 115V or 230V)
Power consumption
250VA
Additional temperature controller for external heated sample probe
1000VA
1 x analog INPUT (for H2 – control)
4 - 20mA
1 x serial printer interface
RS232 EPSON compatible
1 x serial interface, Remote Control/Service
RS232/485 on COM2
1 x standard analog OUTPUT measurement reading
0/4-20mA, 600Ω (not galvanic isolated)
optional 4 x analog OUT (readings/alarms)
0/4-20mA, 600Ω, galvanic isolated
OUTPUT Engineering Units (selectable)
ppm, mg/m³, g/m³, Vol.%, %UEG
Instrument Range (Full Scale)
0-1...500 000 mg org.C/m³
Measurement Range (free selectable)
Linear to Full Scale
Lower Detectable Limit
< 0.01mg org.C/m³
Response Time T90 (90%-reading, gas input at instrument)
< 0.5 sec. @reading >20mg org. C/m³
[TÜV requirement T90 = less than 5 seconds]
Response time T90 (model „MK“ probe length 0.5m)
Sample Flow (ejector pump driven)
Ejector pump pressure
Gas pressure using external/internal membrane sample pump
Detector temperature (free selectable)
Probe temperature range (free selectable)
Probe temperature controller
Environmental temperature (model PT, TG, ES, 19”)
Gas Supply:
Instrument Air (dust & water free, due point >/= –40°C,
remaining oil </= 0,01mg/m³)
Hydrogen, quality 5.0 (preferred: bottled)
Span gas
Zero gas & burning air
Optional external Zero Gas (N2)
Optional Burner Air (synth.air)
Dimension: (without packaging)
Model 19” rack mount, ‘ES’ (84TU wide, 3HU height)
< 3 sec. @reading >20mg org. C/m³
[TÜV requirement T90 = less than 7,5 seconds]
2, 5, 25 or 90l/hr (@1013mbar)
800 - 1600mbar abs.
800 - 1200mbar abs.
95°C - 200°C (203°F-392°F)
60°C - 200°C (140°F-392°F)
Pt100, 230V/50Hz, 4 Amp
-5°C to +40°C (23°F -104°F)
(for other temp. range consult factory)
@4bar, 2Nm³/hr
@1bar, approx. 40-60ml/min
@2.5bar, about 130Nl/hr
supplied across built into catalyst
@2.5bar/ about 130 l/hr
@1bar/approx. 50 NL/hr
W=483mm, H=132.5mm, D=271mm
Weight about 9 Kg (20 lb)
Model desk top, ‘TG’
W=463mm, H=135mm, D=275mm
Weight about
Model Field Housing, ‘FE’, ‘FE-MSU’ (& ‘FE-MSU-HT’), ‘MK’
ca. 9 Kg (20 lb)
W=440mm, H=450mm, D=400mm
Weight about 27-29 Kg (60-64 lb)
Model field housing, ‘MK’ (dimensions without probe, flange)
W=440mm, H=450mm, D=400mm
Weight about 30 Kg (66 lb)
Model portable, ‘PT’ (gas bottle compartment, pressure reg.)
(weight includes 2 bottles, 1 l)
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Weight about 17 Kg (37 lb)
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• Options
Status- & Alarm Card
♦ 3 x digital OUTPUT
Failure, Service, Maintenance (potential free contacts)
♦ 4 x analog OUTPUT
measurement value N°1 to 4, 0/4-20 mA, galvanic isolated, 600 Ohm
♦ 4 x relay contacts free selectable limits for measuring values (potential free contacts)
♦ 2 x analog INPUT gas supply control, including power supply
♦ 2 x digital OUTPUT
24VDC/ 500mA, in order to drive Hydrogen supply switching
♦ 2 x digital INPUT
for Auto-Calibration-Start & Auto-Calibration-Stop
♦ 2 x digital INPUT
free selectable status parameters
♦ 1 x digital OUTPUT
24VDC/ 500mA, free selectable timer
Multipoint sample controller ‘MSU-Card digital’
♦ (multi point sample controller, max. 8 samples each card, max. 2 x MSU-Card per instrument)
♦ 8 x digital OUTPUT
24VDC/500mA (valve driver 8 x)
♦ 8 x relay contacts selectable limits for measuring values (potential free contacts)
♦ 8 x digital INPUT
remote sample control (NAMUR)
optional:
♦ 8 x analog OUTPUT
0/4-20mA, 600 Ohm (measurement values 8x)
Multipoint sample controller ‘MSU-Pneumatic’
♦ MSU-work place and environmental applications (none aggressive gases only)
♦ MSU-8
8 x pneumatic sample controller, instrument driven sample supply
♦ Including bypass pump
♦ MSU-aggressive gas components
♦ MSU-HT4 4 x pneumatic sample controller, heated (electrical or steam) up to 180°C
♦ MSU-HT8 8 x pneumatic sample controller, heated (electrical or steam) up to 180°C
♦ MSU-Vapor/Steam
♦ MSU-HT-V4
4 x pneumatic sample controller, pressure 2-10bar
♦ MSU-HT-V8
8 x pneumatic sample controller, pressure 2-10bar
Steam/Vapor trap
♦ Relaxing steam/vapor pressure (2-10bar) in order to measure org.C/m3 from steam/vapour
conditions
Sample Probe heated according to 17th BImSchV
♦ All material coming in contact with the sample gas: ‘Hasteloy C4, PTFE, CrNi
♦ Heated sample line/probe temperature up to 180°C (356°F), integrated heated sample pre filter,
calibration gas INPUT at the tip of the probe in order to calibrate the complete system (cal. Gas IN
at sample point)
♦ Max 4m @115V/50Hz with internal temp. controller (PT100, 4A, about 100W/m)
♦ Max 7m @230V/50Hz with internal temp. controller (PT100, 4A, about 100W/m)
♦ Other lengths (up to 30 meter) available with external/built onto temp. controller (please consult
factory)
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• Response factors JFID
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Substance
Responsefactor
n-butane
methane
propane
n-hexane
Iso-octane
ethane
propene
methanol
ethanol
acetic acid
methylacetate
benzole
ethylbenzene
p-xylol
dichlormethane
trichlorethylen
tetrachlorethylen
chloroform
chlorbenzole
1.00
1.06
1.00
0.83
0.97
1.28
0.97
0.87
0.84
1.08
0.58
0.93
1.00
1.02
0.87
1.08
1.19
0.75
1.09
n-heptane
cyclohexane
2-propanol
toluene
acetone
ethylacetate
iso-butylacetate
1.03
0.96
0.76
1.01
0.77
0.76
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• Application notes and customized equipment
The JFID is a modular built instrument which measures Total, or Methane/NonMethane
Hydrocarbons performing a wide dynamic range (%LEL, 0-1, 0-500000 mg org.C/m3)
• Typical Applications
♦
♦
♦
♦
♦
♦
♦
Ambient air quality (THC, Methane/None Methane)
MAK & TRK control measurements
LEL control measurements
Manufacturing and production facilities, tank farms
Work place and none aggressive gases (multi point sampling)
Exhaust and flue gas (i.e. at waste incinerators, intake/outtake scrubbers, etc.)
Clean room control C, CO, CO2 at ppb levels (using JFID Methane catalyst, only in Nitrogen &
Argon)
♦ org.C measurements in Steam/Vapor
♦ org.C measurements in Condensate and drain water (using JFID stripper)
• Engineering specials
Please consult factory for details and engineering capacity.
JCT manufactures complete turnkey plug and play systems, each installed on mounting plates
or in appropriate enclosures.
JCT offers a variety of special customized solutions and provides full applications and systems
configuration according to customer’s specifications. Please consult factory for price and
details.
• Quality Notice sampling system
The quality of the sampling conditioning equipment in front of the JFID reflects a critical part
concerning the quality of the measurement and the long term operation of the instrument.
Any damage to the instrument caused by the improper sample conditioning is not covered
under warranty!
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• Options Overview
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• Application Notes & Solutions
Installations approved according to 17th BImSchV (Overview)
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General Installation JFID
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Installation of model ‘FE’/`MK
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Multi Installation of model ‘FE’/`MK
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• THC, Methane / None Methane
• Introduction Catalyst
The Methane/None Methane JFID features the JFID-Catalyst converting org.C into CO2 + H2O
without Methane at the presence of minimum 8% Oxygen content in the sample gas.
The catalyst is positioned in front of the sample input to the detector. The measurements are
taking place as ‘with’ and ‘without’ the catalyst switched in/out. The sample flow is switched
between the two streams (2/3-way valve) with a minimum cycle time of 30 seconds each
stream. The cycle time is an operational parameter and can be configured by the operator
between min. 30 seconds and max. 24 hours. Best catalyst performance is guaranteed by
microprocessor controlled temperature stabilisation to ±1°C.
The microprocessor controlled JFID allows to measure THC or THC without Methane on
channel 1 + 2, and to measure Methane only on channel 3 + 4 (see output signal
configuration).
Calibration is performed by using Methane in Air as Span Gas.
The JFID runs a complete calibration each channel. Any differences in concentration readings
across the catalyst will be automatically compensated. The exact performed calibration will be
logged after 2 x complete cycle loops only.
Technical Data
- Range
menu driven, free selectable each channel
- THC
10 to 1.000 ppm C3H8 using Zero Gas across the catalyst
2 to 1.000 ppm C3H8 using external Zero Gas (Nitrogen)
-Methane
10 to 1.000 ppm CH4 using Zero Gas across the catalyst
2 to 1.000 ppm CH4 using external Zero Gas (Nitrogen)
[with THC <100ppm =>C3H8 failure Methane <1ppm]
Linearity
<1% of reading
Drift @Zero
<1% of reading / 24 hrs
Drift @Span
<1% of reading / 24 hrs
LDL
+/-5% of range
Response time T90
THC <15 seconds
CH4 <30 seconds
O2 cross interference
<4% (@ min 8Vol%O2 up to 25Vol%O2)
Sample flow
25 or 90 liter/h (ejector pump set up)
25 liter/h using membrane pump
Sample pressure
800 up to 1.600mbar abs. (using ejector pump)
800 up to 1.200mbar abs. (using membrane pump)
Analog OUTPUT
2 x 0/4-20mA, channel THC at 1+2
2 x 0/4-20mA, channel CH4 at 3+4
Power supply
internal using probe temp. controller, 230/115V/50-60Hz, 1,6Amp
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• CO/CO2 – Methane Catalyst (Methanyser)
The CO/CO2 – Methane Catalyst (Methanyser) features the conversion of CO2 + CO2 at the
temperature of 350°C (370°C) into Methane at the presence of Hydrogen.
The catalyst is in front of the sample input to the detector. Best catalyst performance is
guarantied by controlling the catalyst temperature at ±1°C.
By using the CO/CO2 – Methane Catalyst (Methanyser) the JFID allows to measure CO and
CO2 concentrations between 0,01 up to 300ppm (including Hydrocarbons) reflecting the lower
detectable limit of 0,01ppm Methane.
CO + 3H2 => CH4 + H2O
CO2 + 4H2 => CH4 + 2H2O
Notice: The JFID does not have any cross interference to the water behind the catalyst.
The JFID integrated temp. controller is used to regulate the catalyst temperature. Additional
temp. controller can be installed. By operating the JFID under vacuum in using ejector pumps,
no explosive gas mixture concentration of air/hydrogen can be present. By using the external
Hydrogen supply ‘without’ the optional alarm/status PCB, the installation must be completed
by the appropriate vent of the sample gas (gas mixture) to the environment or through a save
exhaust vent.
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General Installations & Sampling Options
JFID, 2x Probe Sampling (MSU2), with/without Dilution
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JFID, 2x Probe Sampling (MSU2) from Waste Water, 2 x Stripper
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JFID, Sampling from Steam
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JFID, Sampling CO2, Heat Exchanger
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JFID at hot environment, Vortex Cooling, Purge
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• JFID Measuring Principle
• General Features
♦ The JFID is used in a variety of industrial applications, environmental measurement systems and
R&D projects. Typical use of the JFID are LEL control, flue/exhaust gas at waste incinerators or the
petro- and chemical industry, ambient air analysis, work place control MAK/TRK-limits and process
control optimisation.
♦ The microprocessor controlled JFID provides menu driven ‘clear text’ user friendly interface
information on an alphanumeric display. All operational and self diagnostic data are also available
on RS232 and/or analog/digital outputs (status alarm PCB, optional). Additional application oriented
functions can be integrated and/or added to the standard analyzer. A fully automated and
continuous self diagnostic and log book entries for all operation and calibration data guarantees an
optimized analyzer up time. The unique close couple detector design (no cables, etc.) provides a
low drift operation and a wide dynamic range with always optimum signal noise ratio.
♦ All digital input feature are designed according NAMUR guidelines, all digital outputs are potential
free contacts.
♦ Analog output signals are offered as standard 1x 0/4-20mA, 600 Ohm load (not galvanic isolated),
optional 4 x 0/4-20mA, optional galvanic isolation available on the status & alarm PCB.
♦ Instrument operation, configuration and remote control is also available on 2 x RS232 .
• Principle of Operation JFID
♦ Burning organic components in a hydrogen flame creates negative Ions which are measured by
having a negative driven voltage (potential) across the burner nozzle and an electrode. The current
measured value is directly proportional to the content of org.C in the sample/burning flame.
♦ A flame is created by burning pure hydrogen plus cleaned air (burner air) in a temperature
controlled burning chamber. An additional constant feed of measuring sample is added to the
burning chamber. Flow and pressure conditions of the burning process are ‘constant’ and allows
long term stability/low drift behavior.
♦ The allowed sample pressure variations at site are from 800mbar abs. up to 1600mbar abs.
♦ Instead of using heated sample pumps, not heated ejector pumps are installed (portable is incl. not
heated membrane pump) behind the burning chamber. This unique design prevents any sample
condensation and any direct contact of the sample to pressure and flow sensors through out the
analyzer. In addition, the very small dead volume provides fast response time of the analyzer.
♦ The temperature setting of the measurement chamber is between 120°C (standard) and up to
200°C (optional)
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• Principle of operation
♦ The measurement principle of the JFID is based on the ionization of hydrocarbons in a hydrogen
flame.
♦ Since the pure hydrogen flame creates only a very small basic the burning of hydrocarbons results
in an ionization current being decades higher than one created by the pure hydrogen flame.
♦ Thus an exceptional constant sample gas flow and a constant hydrogen stream are drawn to the
burner nozzle which being on a negative potential (approx. - 80 to - 400 VDC) measured by the
close coupled detector. In the temperature controlled burning chamber, the mixture is burned by
adding hydrocarbon free air in relation of approx.10 : 1.
♦ The resulting ions are collected on a polarized electrode, amplified and prepared to be shown on the
display.
♦ Best measurement performance is provided by offering a very constant sample mass flow and
pressure conditions to the chamber. Due to the optimum design of the instrument, pressure
variation at the sample point are allowed between 800mbar abs. up to 1600mbar abs. without lack
of performance.
♦ The JFID features two separate microprocessor controlled pressure compensations in order to
avoid any influence from environmental or sample conditions to the measurement.
♦ Instead of using conventional heated sample pumps, instrument air driven heated ejector pumps
(except portable version) are used providing trouble free, maintenance free and exceptional stable
sample flow conditions. Very fast response time is achieved by an optimum sample loop and
minimum dead volume design. The sample flow can be set between 2 and 90 Nl/hr depending on
customers response time expectation and/or application needs (i.e. LEL, flue gas conditions etc.).
The standard sample flow is between 10 and 25 Nl/hr.The JFID is equipped with a flame trap also
used as a heated sample inlet filter.
♦ All materials coming in contact with the sample gas as well as the measuring chamber are heated
between 120°C and 200°C in order to avoid any kind of condensation and/or corrosion.
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Operation Principle drawing
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• Installation of JFID
Instrument Location:
♦ Easy access to the instrument
♦ Choose appropriate weather enclosure for the instrument
♦ Avoid water, dust, direct sun light and other extreme environmental conditions to the analyzer
♦ Please notice that the standard environmental conditions should be between –5°C and +40°C
(optional –20°C up to +40°C for model ‘MK’).
♦ Please notice that optional equipment and installation advice is available for installation in
EEx applications.
Main Power:
♦ The Main Power provided to the instrument must be specified before order is placed. A universal
power supply is operating at 115V...230V/50...60Hz.
♦ The heater for the catalyst and heated sample line/heated probe must be specified/changed
according to the main power supply.
Power Consumption:
♦
♦
♦
♦
Model ‘PT’, ‘ES’ and ‘FE’ (without sample conditioning)
FID including flange/heated line/sample conditioning)
FID model MK incl. heated flange/sample probe
Additional controller and power consumption Multi Point Sampling
250 VA
about 1500 VA
up to 1050 VA
not specified
Analog/Digital IN/OUT:
Power for external/remote control available
♦ 115...230VAC, max 4A
♦ 24VDC, 400mA (optional by using status&alarm PCB)
Signal IN/OUT is available
♦ Standard analog 0/4-20mA, load 600 Ohm (not galvanic isolated)
♦ 1 x RS232
♦ PT100 IN for external temp. reading
Optional Status & Alarm PCB
♦
♦
♦
♦
♦
♦
♦
♦
4 x analog 0/4-20mA, optional galvanic isolated (on status & alarm PCB only)
4 x potential free relay contacts
1 x Each potential free relay contact for
Failure
Maintenance Request
Service Request
1 x RS232 for remote control
NAMUR signal IN
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Pneumatic:
Gas Connections
♦ All gas and supply connections are either on the back panel of the instrument (model ‘ES’, ‘TG’) or
from the bottom panel on the field enclosure (model ‘FE’, ‘MK’).
Material
♦ Please notice that all supplied material should be free of particulates, oil, water, and any
contamination which can cause instrument failures.
♦ Flexible tubing should be of PTFE or Polyethylene (Please notice temperature limitations to PTFE at
about 220-220°C)
Pressure Regulator
♦ Appropriate pressure regulators are needed to provide stable operational conditions.
JCT is offering a special designed pressure regulator avoiding mismanagement and set up
difficulties (please consult factory for details).
Sample Inlet Filter
♦ A sample inlet filter (min 5 um) at the sampling point is needed for the model ‘TG’, ‘ES’, ‘PT’ and
‘FE’ to avoid any contamination. Special fine-filter are available from JCT.
♦ Please refer also to the optional equipment such as heated sample line, heated probe etc. offered
by JCT.
♦ A Filter Back Purge Option is available for probe systems (model ‘MK’).
Dimensions & Material Pneumatic Connections
♦ For easy installation and compatibility, all fittings and gas supply connections are G1/8”-ISO-228/1
(inner thread).
♦ Optional gas connections are available from JCT:
♦ - Aluminum (anodized) 4x6 mm
♦ - SS 6mm O.D.
Gas connections at instrument
♦ Sample IN
♦ Exhaust
SS-Fitting O.D. 6 mm
SS-Fitting O.D. 8 mm
SS-Fitting O.D. 8 mm
Gas Supply
♦ Hydrogen
1 bar (required quality: 5.0)
♦ Please notice that the use of a Hydrogen Generator is not recommended. Please always use
bottled gas.
♦ Span gas
2,5 bar (accuracy according to range and application set up)
♦ Instrument air
3,5 to 4,0 bar (oil and water free, due point –20°C)
♦ external Zero gas
2,5 bar (i.e. Nitrogen with quality 5.0)
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• Electrical Interface PCBs
• Analog & Digital IN/OUT, General
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• Analog & Digital IN/OUT for model ‘FE’ & ‘MK’
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Pin
Signal
Function
1
+
Combined measurement / MSU 2 channel valve 24V
DC
2
3
+
MSU Air injector 24V DC (ATEX-analyzers:
controlling of the external valve H2)
4
5
+
input Spangas controlling of bottles:
0 (4) bis 20 mA
6
7
+
input: 0 (4) bis 20 mA
8
9
+
24V DC, max. 200mA
10
11
+
24V DC, max. 200mA
12
13
+
Back purge 24V DC
14
15
GND
X3
Pin
Signal
Function
1
COM
Service: potential free NO / NC
2
NO/NC
3
COM
Maintenance: potential free NO / NC
4
NO/NC
5
COM
Error: potential free NO / NC
6
NO/NC
7
+
Input NAMUR 1: Start cal.
8
9
+
Input NAMUR 2: Stop cal.
10
11
+
Input NAMUR 3: not in use
12
13
+
Input NAMUR 4: not in use
14
15
GND
X4 (RS-232), COM2
Pin
Signal
Function
1
DCD
2
RXD
3
TXD
4
DTR
5
GND
Remote Interface, Modem
6
DSR
7
RTS
8
CTS
9
RI
X4 (RS-422), COM2
Pin Signal
Function
1
2
TB (TX+)
3
TA (TX-)
4
RB (RX+)
5
Remote Interface, Modem
6
RA (RX-)
7
8
9
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Reference
Ext. connection
Internal use
1
Internal use
Internal use
Reference
Ext. connection
1
Internal use
Reference
Ext. connection
4
Reference
Ext. connection
5
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X5
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal
+
+
COM
NO/NC
COM
NO/NC
GND
Function
X6
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal
+
+
COM
NO/NC
COM
NO/NC
GND
Function
X7
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Signal
+
+
0V
+24V
Info
Function
Reference
Ext. connection
Value 1: 0 (4) bis 20 mA
Value 2: 0 (4) bis 20 mA
Alarm 1: potential free NO / NC
1
Alarm 2: potential free NO / NC
Internal use
Reference
Ext. connection
Value 3: 0 (4) bis 20 mA
Value 4: 0 (4) bis 20 mA
Alarm 3: potential free NO / NC
1
Alarm 4: potential free NO / NC
Internal use
Reference
Value 1: 0 (4) bis 20 mA
2
Input controlling of H2: 0 (4) bis 20 mA
2
Ext. sample gas pump
3
X8, X9 (RS-232), COM1
Pin
Signal
Function
1
DCD
2
RXD
3
TXD
4
DTR
Data transmission to printer or computer
5
GND
failure history and parameters
6
DSR
7
RTS
8
CTS
9
RI
X8, X9 (RS-422), COM1
Pin
Signal
Function
1
2
TB (TX+)
3
TA (TX-)
4
RB (RX+)
Data transmission to printer or computer
5
failure history and parameters
6
RA (RX-)
7
8
9
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Ext. connection
Internal use
Ext. connection
6
Reference
Ext. connection
7
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X10
Pin
1
2
3
Signal
A
B
Filter
GND
Function
Signal
A
B
Filter
GND
Function
X12
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Signal
+24V
A1
B1
C1
D1
GND
+24V
A2
B2
C2
D2
GND
Function
X13
Pin
1
2
3
4
Signal
+
+
-
Function
X11
Pin
1
2
3
PT 100 Additional temp. controller 300DI
PT 100 Sonde
Reference
8,9
Reference
Ext. connection
10
Reference
Input sensor 1: PNP / NPN
(see X13:1 and X13:2)
11
Input sensor 2: for PNP / NPN
(see X13:3 and X13:4)
11
Reference
Output sensor 1: Namur
12
Output sensor 2: Namur
Ext. connection
Ext. connection
Int. Zielfunction X3
X3:
X3:
X3:
X3:
Reference:
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
7:
8:
9:
10:
11:
12:
only for Status and Alarm 407.950033.D
not galvanically seperated
max 200mA
RS-232 Interface board 407.950051, interface board slot 1
only for use with RS-422 Interface board 407.980015.A Slot 1
only for use with RS-232 Interface board 407.950051 Slot 2
only for use with RS-422 Interface board 407.980015.A Slot 2
only for use with Additional temp. controllers 300DI (19“) 207.050239.A
not in use by 8 channel or.4 channel MSU analyzers
„MK“ internal usage
see example
has to be connected to one of the 4 additional inputs X3
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X14
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
GND
Function
Output sample point09
Output sample point10
Output sample point11
Output sample point12
Output sample point13
Output sample point14
Output sample point15
Output sample point16
common GND
Reference
X15
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
GND
Function
Output sample point01
Output sample point02
Output sample point03
Output sample point04
Output sample point05
Output sample point06
Output sample point07
Output sample point08
common GND
Reference
X16
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
GND
Function
Input sample point09
Input sample point10
Input sample point11
Input sample point12
Input sample point13
Input sample point14
Input sample point15
Input sample point16
common GND
Reference
X17
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
GND
Function
Input sample point01
Input sample point02
Input sample point03
Input sample point04
Input sample point05
Input sample point06
Input sample point07
Input sample point08
common GND
Reference
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1
Ext. connection
1
Ext. connection
2
Ext. connection
2
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X18
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
COM
Function
Alarm channel 01
Alarm channel 02
Alarm channel 03
Alarm channel 04
Alarm channel 05
Alarm channel 06
Alarm channel 07
Alarm channel 08
common
Reference
X19
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
COM
Function
Alarm channel 09
Alarm channel 10
Alarm channel 11
Alarm channel 12
Alarm channel 13
Alarm channel 14
Alarm channel 15
Alarm channel 16
common
Reference
X20
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Signal
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
-
Function
Reference
Ext. connection
3
Ext. connection
3
Ext. connection
Magnetic valve 01
Magnetic valve 02
Magnetic valve 03
Magnetic valve 04
4
Magnetic valve 05
Magnetic valve 06
Magnetic valve 07
Magnetic valve 08
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X21
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1
2
3
4
Signal
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
-
Function
Reference
Ext. connection
Magnetic valve 09
Magnetic valve 10
Magnetic valve 11
Magnetic valve 12
4
Magnetic valve 13
Magnetic valve 14
Magnetic valve 15
Magnetic valve 16
Outputs 0/4…20mA
Inputs according NAMUR
Contacts max. 30V / 100mA
Magnetic valves max. 24V / 500mA
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• Gas and Main Supply, Back Panel Interfaces
Portable JFID ‚ model PT’
Dimensions:
Width:
Height:
Depth:
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Field Housing, model ‘FE’
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Dimension Field Housing MK since 2004
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Dimension Field Housing
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MSU16, 16 x Multi Point Sample Controller interface, Ambient
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• Installation and Start Up
• General advice
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Pneumatic
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Please check that all gas supply valves and regulators are closed at this time
Please check all gas tubing for leakages (especially double check Hydrogen supply!)
Please check all pressure settings, adjust to the required setting if needed
Please provide exhaust conditions (back pressure free, to the environment or appropriate exhaust
pipe)
Main Power
♦ Please check main power supply and setting (double check order and application notes concerning
115VAC supply for cat heater and heated sample line!)
♦ Switch on power
♦ The display shall now show >instrument warm up<
Press Service-Bottom NOW - Please follow self guiding menu structure for further set
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Factory Set Up
♦ The JFID comes with a standard factory set up. Customized end user set up may be performed
during training or be specified for special factory setting at order placement.
♦ Please double check your application against factory set up conditions before measuring.
♦ Before start up and calibration please enter Span Gas Concentration (engineering units % or ppm)
and number of Carbon atoms. Please refer to the label on your span gas bottle.
♦ Please notice that the standard span gas concentration was entered and used during factory test
(500ppm).
• Instrument Start Up
♦ Please Open gas supply, valves etc. . (Please refer to set up procedure for gas supplies and double
check pressure readings)
Self Test & Diagnostic:
♦ Once the instrument reaches the proper temperature, the instrument start self check and calibration
procedure.
♦ The following diagnostic information is used and double checked for start up performance test:
♦ Self test set point temperatures
♦ Self test of all sensors
♦ Electronically adjustments needed for best performance
♦ If the instrument does not perform correctly during start up self test, a ‘clear text’ message is
displayed and the LED is indicating >action request<.
♦ Once instrument is in proper operational condition indicated on the display, the internal gas
sampling system will be automatically started.
♦ Please double check Hydrogen supply again.
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♦ The instrument is now performing the flame ignition and exact flame adjustment to the optimum
operation and performance required.
♦ Calibration will be started after the flame conditions are performing to specification.
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• Automatic Calibration
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Please double check
Span gas bottle available and installed safely
Open the valve
Check gas connection to the instrument (or to the sample conditioning system, heated sample line
etc.), perform check for leakage
♦ Check pressure setting at regulator
♦ Check if Span Gas Concentration meets the value entered in the menu
The instrument is now performing an automated calibration procedure.
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Zero Gas / Purge
The instrument is adjusting the zero set up after the purge time.
Span Gas
The instrument is adjusting the span set up.
Purge 1 by using Zero Gas (1/2 the typical Zero Gas purge time set up)
Purge 2 by drawing sample (selectable purge time, menu driven)
• Initial/Reference Calibration, Service Request
♦ If the instrument has performed the calibration according to the set limits, the instrument then
automatically switches into measurement mode.
♦ >Maintenance Request< is displayed if the set limits for calibration vs reference calibration are
exceeding at least 10% (some applications 30%).
♦ Service and/or factory reference calibration is needed, if the limits exceed 30%.
Please notice that at smaller ranges, the instrument may show some minor variation from
initial calibration during start up. Those variations will be eliminated after the first few weeks
of operation.
♦ IMPORTANT NOTICE at small ranges/ambient
If the Hydrocarbon content in the environmental air is >10 mg/m3 and if those can not be
converted to CO2, an external Zero Gas Supply is needed.
♦ General Notice
♦ The available span gas flow should be greater than the sample gas flow in order to avoid
uncontrolled dilution. The pressure setting at the span gas bottle should be at approx. 3 bar.
♦ The span gas concentration (Propane in Nytrogen or in synth.air) should be in the range 60-80% of
the indication range picked by the operator.
♦ Always compare the reading of the JFID to the calibration, used span gas and ‘Response Factor’ if
needed.
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• Calibration using Response Factor
♦ According to the German guide line and 17th BImSchV, the following definition is used for the
Response Factor.
Instrument Reading
Response Factor = --------------------------------------Set Point Value to achieve
♦ The reference n-Butane or Propane is used.
♦ The actual ‘instrument reading’ and ‘set point value to achieve’ are in engineering units ‘mg/m3’.
♦ For verification and determination of the response factor, the actual component should be known
and the span gas concentration is needed. In general, response factors can be determined by using
span gas, or appropriate methods such as weighing etc..
♦ Please refer to the Response Factor listed in the manual
♦ The operator can enter various response factors for those components featuring only the different
number of ‘C’. Please make sure the correct number of org.C is entered.
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• Front Panel - User Interface
Return to meas
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Start service menu
Delete
Enter
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Password
Start Cal
Set Zero Gas cal without
compensation
Scroll
Set Span Gas cal
without compensation
The analyzer shows ‘clear text’ informations in the 8 lines of the back lit LC-display.
Quick Key Functions
SERVICE =>Start Service Menu
See display, all relevant operations will be shown to pull down more menu items
All measurement activities will be performed and logged scrolling through the service menu!
All measure values and the menu headline will be displayed at the same time.
Please press <Enter> Key after selection of the menu item.
MEAS =>Return To Measurement
CAL =>Start automatic Calibration
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• Sofware Tree
Measurement
Service
parameters
funktion check
actual erros
error-history
print of records
initial calibriation
programm info
service
back purge
return
parameters
calibration data
measure outputs
alarm and status
reserve input
temperatures
data transmission
start average
system config
sample switching
return
function check
temperature
vacuum system
♦ pressure gas
measuring sys.
operation hours
external current inputs
current output
external regulator
return
actual errors
show
delete
copy params
insert params
return
errors- history
print of records
parameters
actual errors
error history
delete buffer
data logger
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Reference calibration
Reference cal value
Flame optimisation
return
Menu information
Service test
Check OUTPUT
MSU
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Back Purge
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External Parameter (see also Item System Cnfiguration)
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• Instrument Menu Details
Calibration Data
♦ Span Gas Concentration
♦ Engineering unit span gas concentration (ppm, Vol%) see label on span gas bottle
♦ Span gas concentration
♦ Component name span gas
♦ Number of org.C (span gas)
♦ Response factor (see list attached)
♦ Zero offset (offset of zero reading at 2 x point calibration)
♦ Dilution Probe analog OUT 1 +2 =>see at top of the display (Hardware Option needed)
Combined measurement
♦ Combined measurement (configuration and menu item only available by using status & alarm PCB)
♦ 2 x Multi Point Sampling (MSU2), only available with SK-Elektronik 2/3 way valve heated plus status
and alarm PCB
♦ combined measurement =>YES/NO
♦ Meas 1 =>choose dilution probe
♦ Meas 2 =>choose dilution probe 2
♦ Results:
♦ Meas 1, value 1+2 shown on upper part display, analog out 1, configured 1+2
♦ Meas 2, value 3+4 shown on bottom part display, analog out 2, configured 3+4
♦ Dilution ratio pre set 1:1
♦ Purge Meas 1
channel 1+2 =>enter value between 2-999seconds
♦ MeasTime Meas1 channel 1+2 =>enter value between 1 second – 24 hrs
♦ Purge Meas2
channel 3+4 =>enter value between 2-999seconds
♦ MeasTime Meas2 channel 3+4 =>enter value between 1 second – 24 hrs
♦ If no MeasTime value is entered, the measurement value at the end of the purge time will be logged.
♦ First / Second Dilution Probe
♦ combined measurement =>YES/NO
♦ Meas 1 =>choose dilution probe
♦ Meas 2 =>choose dilution probe 2
♦ Results:
♦ Meas 1, value 1+2 shown on upper part display, analog out 1, configured 1+2
♦ Meas 2, value 3+4 shown on bottom part display, analog out 2, configured 3+4
♦ Dilution ratio =>enter value (see set up dilution orifice)
♦ Purge Meas 1
channel 1+2 =>enter value between 2-999seconds
♦ MeasTime Meas1 cahnnel 1+2 =>enter value between 1 second – 24 hrs
♦ Purge Meas2
channel 3+4 =>enter value between 2-999seconds
♦ MeasTime Meas2 channel 3+4 =>enter value between 1 second – 24 hrs
♦ If no MeasTime value is entered, the measurement value at the end of the purge time will be logged
♦ THC without Methane
♦ combined measurement =>YES/NO
♦ Meas 1 =>choose Methane free
♦ Channel 1: org.C total; Channel 2: org.C-Methane
♦ Meas 1, value 1+2 shown on upper part display, analog out 1, configured 1+2
♦ Meas-value channel 1+2: org.C-Methane
♦ Purge Meas 1
channel 1+2 =>enter value between 2-999seconds
♦ MeasTime Meas1 cahnnel 1+2 =>enter value between 1 second – 24 hrs
♦ If no purge time is configured, measuring value will be stored after time sequence ended.
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Meas value2, channel 3+4 Methane shown on bottom part display, analog out 2, configured 3+4
Purge Meas2
channel 3+4 =>enter value between 2-999seconds
MeasTime Meas2 channel 3+4 =>enter value between 1 second – 24 hrs
If no purge time is configured, measuring value will be stored after time sequence ended.
If no MeasTime value is entered, the measurement value at the end of the purge time will be
logged. A complete measurement cycle must be completed for proper operation. The sample
gas must have a minimum content of 8% Oxygen.
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Measurement Value 1+2 OUT (analog out, & COM1)
Engineering units (ppm, Vol%, %LEL, mg org.C/m3, g org.C/m3)
Component name
Number of org.C
Response factor
LEL of Component (in Vol% i.e. 1,7Vol% Propane = 100% LEL Propane)
Measurement Value 3+4 OUT (analog out 3+4)
See above @1+2 enter engineering units etc..
The output of the measuring data 1+2 are at the top, the date for 3+4 are displayed in the lower part of the
display.
Signal Noise Filter
Low range application may use the selectable signal noise filter algorithm (ring buffer). This special filter
should only be performed through authorized services engineers.
Calibration time
Purge time Zero gas
10-900 seconds
Span Gas available
enter YES
Notice: If you enter NO, the check of span gas pressure will be not checked and the cal adjustment will only
take place for the zero point. The span point will not be changed.
Purge Span gas
10-900 seconds
Purge
10-900 seconds (after each calibration or after manual Span/Zero
gas operation)
Start auto cal
enter day time (i.e. 08:00:00, Hr:Min:Sec)
Calibration cycle day
enter starting time in hrs after initial cal
Calibration cycle week
if entered YES, the above setting by day is ignored
Enter week days the calibration should be performed
The following calibration information is available on the display:
- last calibration
display day/time
- next calibration
display day/time
- actual delta according to last cal
0,3% Zero value / 0,8% Süan value
- actual delta according to initial cal
1,3% Zero value / 2,8% Span value
Important notice:
After an initial reference calibration, all reported calibration differences logged will be deleted.
All cal-variations will be calculated from analog 1 output.
Please refer to the maintenance request/Service request for differences greater than 10% / 30% of
initial reference calibration.
Notice: Linearization of the readings from factory/authorized personal only
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Analog output
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Service Menu – Measure Analog output
analog OUT 1-4 Zero set up (offset)
enter 0mA, or 4 mA
Range slope
enter xx ppm value for 4 mA
Range max
i.e. 100ppm = 20 mA
Notice: During calibration, the operator can choose to either hold previous meas.-data or
read zero.
4-20mA Output is available as linear or log-out (10th log)
According to the average configuration set up, this value will be reported as actual reading or as
average reading
The analog output reading can be configured to be
-the last reading to hold, -set to zero, -show actual calibration reading
LEL Control
♦ Up to 7 components can be configured. If the process input is changing, the appropriate component
can be selected in the menu.
Alarm and Status
The operator may configure 3 x different alarm settings (1. Measurement Alarm, 2. range
acknowledgement and factor, 3. second range set/acknowledgement and factor)
Notice: The range/over-range set up will always refer to the first analog output (0/4-20mA).
Over-range
♦ The next available range will be kicked in at 95% of actual range reading. The next available range
everytimes is the previous range x 10. The following relay will be set for over-range
acknowledgement (pre-set):
♦ 20 mA analog out 1 x 10
Measurement value Alarm N°1 acknowledgement
♦ 20 mA analog out 1 x 100
Measurement value Alarm N°2 acknowledgement
♦ 20 mA analog out 1 x 1000
Measurement value Alarm N°3 acknowledgement
♦ 20 mA analog out 1 x 10000
Measurement value Alarm N°4 acknowledgement
Set Alarm and MeasValue average, Status Out
♦ free selectable MeasValue-averaging time and configuration for Measurement value alarm
♦ free selectable MeasValue and configuration for Measurement value alarm
♦ free selectable relay output for Measurement value alarm (no, or nc)
♦ free selectable relay output for status information (no, or nc)
Additional Signal input
external IN calibration START
♦ If configured (YES), the calibration can be initiated from an external relay switch.
♦ IMPORTANT Notice: Please refer to NAMUR guideline to avoid shortages and groand failure.
external IN calibration STOP
♦ If configured (YES), the calibration can be stopped from an external position (relay switch).
♦ IMPORTANT Notice: Please refer to NAMUR guideline to avoid shortages and ground failure.
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External IN parameters for analog pressure control (span gas, Hydrogen, etc.)
♦ External pressure sensors can be connected to the A/D in/out at the Status & Alarm PCB (4-20mA).
♦ Pressure sensor 1:
for control Hydrogen supply
♦ Pressure sensor 2:
for control Span gas supply
♦ Configuration each:
♦ Pressure IN
0=inactive, 1=active
♦ If active:
♦ Enter Zero input signal value pressure sensor (0 or 4 mA)
♦ Enter full range pressure sensor (bar, mbar)
♦ Storage tank volume:
enter >YES< if storage volume should be controlled
♦ Changed Storage Volume enter >YES< (new storage volume can be calculated)
♦ Storage Volume
enter volume (m3)
♦ Gas component
enter Name/Component (i.e. Hydrogen)
♦ Low volume Alarm enter pressure for pre alarm setting and signal output as maintenance request (change
storage volume)
External IN parameters for volume flow (flue gas)
♦ The total org.C flue gas emission can be calculated and computed by using the second
♦ external analog input for e.g. the flue gas volume flow. The flow reading should be provided as
♦ 4-20mA current signal.
♦ Configuration:
♦ Volume flow IN
0=inactive, 1=active
♦ If active:
♦ Enter Zero input signal value pressure sensor (0 or 4 mA)
♦ Enter full range flow sensor (m3/hr)
♦ Name of Component
enter component
♦ Response factor
enter Response factor
External IN parameters free selectable N°1
♦ The result after initiating such input is selectable to call on either ‘Maintenance Request’ or ‘Failure’
♦ System shut down (the measurement values are not used for averaging)
♦ Stop Purge
♦ Stop ignition
♦ Short circuit check only via external switching
♦ Contact: NO (normally open) or NC (normally closed)
♦ Delay time (avoid failure and contact problems)
External IN parameters free selectable N°2 (identical to N°1, except no system stop function)
♦ Sample pump stop (sample gas flow reported as failure)
♦ Stop Purge
♦ Stop ignition
Temperatures
♦ The temperature classification is done at the factory.
♦ The operator can configure the catalyst-, detector-, and probe temperature within the pre set min/max range.
Any temperature outside of the given pre set ranges will be detected and reported as failure status. In
addition, the probe low temperature can be configured to stop sample pump/sample flow to avoid
contamination.
Notice: External temp-controller including feed back to FID is only available with the JFID 8x
MSU temp controller.
This option includes 8x isolated PI-controller, power output 10A (110-230VAC). The temp.sensor must be PT100.
The set up temperatures will be entered and controlled by the JFID.
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Data Logger / Interface
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COM1 interface, V.24 (Epson compatible interface) can be used for data transmission.
Data will also be stored in the internal data logger
Measurement values (actual reading)
Status information, Failure flag, Maintenance flag etc.
Average values daily
Average values monthly
Average values yearly
Start time (average values) =>enter the start time for average-date storage.
This time indicates the start time, all data will be stored or send to another data acquisition media, or printer
referring to the menu set up of data averaging (1/2hr, daily, monthly, .. ).
Average Value configuration must be set by entering the start time for the average period.
Storage capacity of the internal data logger is 250 pages DIN-A4 print format. For Data acquisition via PC
please use the software ‘GETLOG, provided by the factory.
Maintenance request will be indicated as soon as 90% of the storage capacity has been reached.
System configuration
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Vacuum system (factory ‘level2’ set up only)
Clock
Password
The instrument is not configured in any password level at factory set up. After initial calibration
and installation, the display is indicating level 2 password protection. The password levels
shall now be configured for safe operation.
♦ Password level ‘0’
♦ All instrument set up and config. information available except calibration information. No configuration of the
system possible at this level. Function keys are not active.
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♦ Password level ‘1’ (Service engineer)
♦ All instrument data are available, including the calibration data.
♦ No configuration of the system, except changing the span gas concentration at this level.
♦ Zero check
♦ Span check
♦ Calibration
♦ Print protocol
♦ Actual failure report
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♦ Password level ‘2’
♦ All instrument data are available. Temperature classification and configuration of the
♦ Vacuum system is not possible at all from this level (factor set up).
♦ Changes to password level 1 are possible from level 2.
♦ Main power
♦ The instrument displays the main power provided to the system.
♦ Display adjustment
♦ The instrument display can be adjusted for optimum back light and contrast via the scroll keys.
♦ Printer
♦ Printer (COM1) interface configuration
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REMOTE CONROL (COM2) configuration (use software provided by factory)
COM2 interface configuration as following:
Baud rate
9600 standard (selectable 300 – 19200)
Data bits
8
Stop bits
1
Parity
0
Hand shake xon / xoff
Modem initialising YES (standard modem will be automatically initialized)
♦ Pressure Sensor
♦ The configuration of the pressure sensor should only be performed at factor set up!
♦ Ejector pump
♦ Config. YES/NO
If >YES<, the instrument air supply will be monitored. The min. instr.air pressure
of >2,9 bar will be monitored, maintenance request will be displayed if pressure is indicated at ‘low’.
MSU16, configuration of 16 x Multi Point Sample system
♦ The max. number of 16 sampling points can be configured (Status Alarm Card). Multi usage of
individual sample point is possible (max. configuration up to 64 sample sequences). Digital NAMUR
input signals are allowed to call on specific 16 x time MAMUR INPUTS for usage of free selectable
sample points (channels) or contact closures. If 2 x alarm settings are needed for each
channel/sample point, a second digital PCB is needed. Please notice, only 8 x sample points are
available at this time. With this configuration, the 2nd alarm setting N°9 through N°16 are now the
second alarm for sample point N°1 through N°9 (alarm 9 = second arlarm for point N°1, etc…)
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Config. Parameter each Sample point
Sample point/valve 9-16: =>enter >YES< = max 16 sample points=>one alarm each
Sample point/valve 9-16 =>enter >NO< = max 8 sample points=>two alarms each
Enter sample point number (channel)
1-16 one/two alarm each according above
Each will be configured:
Name
max 11 characters
Measurement value (eng. unit)
enter ppm, Vol%, %LEL, mg org.C/m3)
Name component
enter name
Number of org.C
enter number
Response factor
enter factor (see list attached)
LEL of component measured
enter Vol% (i.e. 1,7Vol%=100LEL Propane)
Purge time sample point
enter time in seconds (max.900 sec)
Measuring value will be taken, logged and displayed after completion of purge time!
Measuring time
enter value in >hr : min : sec<
If measure time is configured:
Actual MeasValue
Average MeasValue
Max. MeasValue during average period
Analog output signal
Only 1 dedicated analog output is available per sample point
Zero set up (offset)
enter 0mA, or 4mA as Zero
Range slope
Range max
i.e. 100ppm = 20 mA
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♦ Print measurement value (Data print can be configured by entering a min value to initiate print. At
alarm conditions or averaging conditions, all data will be printed)
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Alarm MeasValue
Only 1 dedicated analog output is available per alarm condition at each
sample point
Set value N°1
(free selectable)
Set value N°2
(release alarm, free selectable)
Set relay ouput (no, or nc)
Number & Priority each sample point
The scroll keys can be used to open pull down menu items calling on different sample points (high
lighted). To move priority of sample point listing, press the left scroll key (right scroll key) and press
ENTER to move the sample point upwards (downwards). Repeat this procedure until finished.
Configuration of each sample point will be kept in memory.
Function Control
♦ Temperature
♦ Temperatures are displayed as actual reading and pre set value to compare with
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Vacuum system (display actual Pressure/Vacuum readings)
Sample gas pump & burner pump
Sample (after sample inlet filter) as differential pressure against atmospheric pressure
% of ejector pump work load
(If work load >98% and delta P >5mbar from set value, an instrument failure will be indicated)
Gas Pressure (display actual pressure)
Instrument Air
Span gas
Sample (after sample inlet filter)
Measuring system (notice: to leave this menu item press ‘0’ or ‘ENTER’)
Display of igniting voltage during automatic ignition
Display of driving potential/voltage (Suction Voltage)
Display pressure and controller output (actual, pre set value) of Hydrogen supply
Detector Specification
Size of critical orifice (Please consult factory or authorized personal for changes/special set up)
Operation hours (display of instrument operating hours)
External current IN (Pressure readings external)
Displays actual configuration of external pressure sensors N°1 to N°3 plus storage tank volume)
Name:
name the analog IN configured
Pressure:
actual pressure of storage tank displayed
Usage:
actual use over the last 24 hrs
Storage
display number of days, storage volume
♦ Volume Flow external
♦ Name
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♦ Mass concentration
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Current OUT
Dsiplay analog 1
Analog 1
Analog 2
Analog 3
Analog 4
display org.C in kg/hr (mass volume flow)
to 4
4mA (x1; x10, ..etc. if configured range/overrange)
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♦ External Temperatures
♦ JFID external temp. settings, control loop and actual readings are only available with SKElektronik optional 8 x external temp controller
Errors/Failure (actual)
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Display
display of actual status/failure information, maintenance request etc.
Delete
press enter to delete failure
Copy parameter
please consult factory or authorized personal for appropriate set up
Insert parameters
please consult factory or authorized personal for appropriate set up
Return
return to previous menu
Notice: Failure message ‘ignition stopped’: The start up sequence / cycle needs to be
initiated by pressing 2 times the MEAS-Button
Errors/Failure History
♦ Display of Start and End of failure history log, max. number of failure 64
Print Records/Protocol
♦ Parameter configuration print configuration data
♦ Actual Error/Failure
print actual errors/failure
♦ Error/Failure History
print failure, day and time occurred
♦ Data Buffer (delete)
press enter to delete data buffer
♦ Ring-buffer of 4kB by config. ‘handshake’ at printer interface;
♦ Data Logger
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Capacity
Delete
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print data
display capacity of logger
press delete for deleting data log
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Initial Calibration (reference cal)
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initial/reference calibration
Press YES (acknowledge) to start initial calibration cycle, purge, cal, measure
Appropriate values / failure / maintenance request etc. will be displayed
Flame optimisation
Flame temperature is displayed. Flame optimisation only during factory set up (Data will be logged,
initial cal will be performed)
Program/System Information
♦ Display of program version/Ref N°
Service Test
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Notice: All menu items/input changes will be stored and performed immediately after entering or
acknowledgement at this menu item. It is not possible to overwrite output channels at this point.
Check OUTPUT
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Analog OUT
MeasValue Alarm
Status
Return
go to the specific channel, enter number, return
enter ‘1’ to close contact, enter ‘2’ to open contact
return to previous menu
Multi Point Sampling (MSU)
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Valves sampling
Analog OUT
return
MeasValue Alarm
Retrurn
enter ‘1’ to activate, enter ‘0’ to deactivate
go to the specific channel, enter mA value, then
enter ‘1’ to activate, enter ‘2’ to deactivate
return to previous menu
Back Purge
♦ This menu item is only available with apropriate hardware configuration.
♦ During Back Purge operation, all Status information is flagged as ‘Service’. Measurement values
and Alarm values are logged during back purge and purge time.
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Start back urge
Back purge every
Time back purge
Return
enter YES to agree to back purge cycle config
enter time to start hh:mm:ss
enter time for cycle 1-900 Sec
enter duration of back purge 1-900 Sec
return to previous menu
Configuration external Parameter
♦ Optional available using the second RS232 / RS422 interface (please consult factory).
♦ Stand By
♦ Return to Meas
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press function key >MEAS< to return to meas.mode
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• Service & Maintenance
General
♦ Assuming proper sample gas- and instrument air supply (dry, particulate free, oil free), the
maintenance free operation using heated ejector pumps at the exhaust of the JFID does allow a
trouble free operation and maximum up time performance.
♦ Service and Maintenance Request is indicated and reported. The time between service and
maintenance depends on the application and varies from time to time.
♦ Please notice that the portable JFID model PT is not designed for continuous online operation and
may need extra service and maintenance (check weekly the membrane sample pump).
Inspection
♦ Check status information and gas supply
♦ Check sample conditioning and sample switching
♦ Check drift data calibration
♦ Please notice: Optional analog high pressure controller is available for Hydrogen- and Span
gas supply. Leak check of the gas supply system is possible. Leaks are indicated as
‘Maintenance Request’.
Safety Notice
♦ Please refer to the Safety Notice and Instructions in the first section of the manual. Please
disconnect the analyzer from main power during repair on electronic items.
♦ Please let the instrument cool down before service and repair on the detector, catalyst etc. .
Change Flame Trap, Sample Gas Orifice
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disconnect heated sample gas line and use end cap to avoid contamination
disconnect calibration line
uninstall filter, replace filter (part N° 02-13-005)
use special tool to take out the sample orifice, replace if needed (only use N°25 for portable unit,
see membrane pump)
♦ replace gasket if damaged
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Maintenance Request (standard configuration)
Clear Text Maintenance / Failure-Status – Information
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Span gas <1,5 bar
Data lost at data buffer
Stopped calibration
Exceedance of accuracy >10%
Plugged sample filter, plugged sample line, exceedance of differential pressure
Temperature detector too high
Span gas pressure <1,5 bar during calibration
Stopped automatic flame optimization
Signal ‘1’ of additional INPUT (external maintenance signal)
Probe temperature too low
Probe temperature too high
Failure external controller (may not be ready to operate)
Printer failure (may not be ready to operate)
Temperature Catalyst too high
Temperature Catalyst too low
Failure data logger
Signal ‘2’ of additional INPUT (external maintenance signal)
Exceedance of calibration data by more than 30% against initial calibration
Load current OUT ‘1’ too high
Load current OUT ‘2’ too high
Load current OUT ‘3’ too high
Load current OUT ‘4’ too high
Failure or shortage at external IN, Start Calibration
Failure or shortage at external IN, Stop Calibration
Failure or shortage at external additional INPUT N°1
Failure or shortage at external additional INPUT N°2
Thermo-element catalyst failure
Thermo-element probe failure
Flow failure sample point 1-8 (message 29 to 36)
Flow failure sample point 9-16 (message 37 to 44)
Failure external pressure reading N°1 (too low, less than set value)
Failure external pressure reading N°2 (too low, less than set value)
Leakage external pressure reading N°1
Leakage external pressure reading N°2
Load warning current OUT MSU 1-8 (message 49 – 56)
Load warning current OUT MSU 9-16 (message 57 – 64)
Failure instrument air pressure (<2,9bar)
Failure instrument air pressure (>4.0bar)
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Errors (standard configuration)
Clear Text Failure-Status – Information
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Hydrogen gas pressure too low
Suction voltage failure
Calibration exceedance too big, check detector, check Span gas
Sample gas pump failure
Burner pump failure
Temperature failure detector
Flame off
Ignition stopped
Noisy measurement value, no zero value adjustment possible
Noisy measurement value, no span value adjustment possible
Signal ‘1’ of additional INPUT (external service signal)
Probe temperature too low
Probe temperature too high
PT100/Thermoelement flame control failure
Calibration data EEPROM failure
Parameter EEPROM failure
Vacuum sample point too high
Plugged orifice
Sample pressure too high
Signal ‘2’ of additional INPUT (external service signal)
Shortage burner pump, controller
Plugged filter
Interface failure EEPROM data adjustment
Time incorrect
Orifice N°3 plugged or Hydrogen supply failure
Parameter configuration needed
COM detector failure
Supplied Voltage less than 23 VOLT
Instrument air failure
Failure Igniter
Shortage Igniter
Failure EEPROM data adjustment status & alarm card
Failure EEPROM data adjustment CPU
Thermoelement detector failure
Thermoelement probe failure
Environmental temperature too high, failure fan or plugged filter
Sample gas filter plugged, ventury nozzle plugged, shortage controller
burner nozzle plugged, shortage controller
vacuum pump failure
shortage, failure sample gas pump
shortage, failure burner pump
sample exhaust failure
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• Microprocessor Trouble Shooting
Service Request - Status
♦ If status "service request" occurs, the JFID is still in full operation mode. The equipment must be
checked by an authorized service engineer.
♦ Caution:
This equipment should not be repaired by anyone except proper trained and qualified
service personnel!
♦ If failure occurs, please refer to current failure in the service menu!
Service/Failure Status:
♦ Span gas pressure too low
♦ Check the pressure of the span gas supply. Necessary: Min. 5 bar abs.
♦ Check the secondary pressure at the pressure gauge: Min. 3 bar abs.
No span gas available
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Check that the span gas is joint correctly.
Check that the valve of the span gas bottle is open.
Check the pressure of the span gas supply. Necessary: Min. 4 bar abs.
Check the secondary pressure at the pressure gauge: Min. 3 bar abs.
Check the pressure regulator and change if necessary.
Check the CPU and change if necessary.
If you cannot find the failure reason please contact the factory for details.
Pressure of the Instrument Air is too low
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Check that the compressed air is joint correctly.
Check that the valve of the compressed air supply is open.
Check the pressure of the compressed air supply: Min. 5 bar abs.
Check the secondary pressure at the pressure gauge: Min. 4,5 bar abs.
Check the gas divider and change if necessary.
Check the CPU and change if necessary.
If you cannot find the failure reason please contact the factory for details.
Note: You can bridge the compressed air control in the software menu "system config.". The report
"pump 1 and pump 2 failure" will not appear if the compressed air is not available and the
compressed air control is bridged.
Zero deviation is 10% or 30% between two calibration cycles
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perform initial calibration
deviation will be set to 0%.
Note: Pay attention to the drift over a long time period!
Final point is 10% or 30% between two calibration cycles
Make an initial calibration.
Final point deviation will be set to 0%.
Note: Pay attention to the drift over long time!
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Sample gas flow too low
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Check that the filters and sample gas mains are clean.
Open the sample gas mains at the FID sample input.
If the sample gas flow keeps too low:
Change the sample gas filter.
If the sample gas flow keeps too low:
Change the detector unit.
If the troubleshooting was successful by opening the sample gas mains:
Change the sample gas filter, clean and blow out the sample gas mains.
Temperature of the detector is too high
♦ Check the heating voltage on the 230/115V board at connector X1.1 and X1.2 depending on the
operating voltage
♦ Verify pulsed voltage
♦ Check the voltage (24VDC) of relay 1 on the data transmission board
♦ If the voltage is available:
exchange the relay.
♦ If the voltage is available and the relay is working normally:
exchange the CPU.
Temperature of the catalyst is too high
♦ Check the heating voltage on the 230/115V board at connector X1.1 and X1.3 depending on the
operating voltage
♦ Verify pulsed voltage
♦ Check the voltage (24VDC) of relay 2 on the data transmission board
♦ If the voltage is available:
exchange the relay.
♦ If the voltage is available and the relay is working normally:
exchange the CPU.
Temperature of the catalyst is too low
♦ Check the heating voltage on the 230/115V board at the mating connector X1.1 and X1.3 depending
on the operating voltage
♦ If no voltage is available, check fuse ‘cata’, replace if broken
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♦ Check the voltage (24VDC) of relay 2 on the data transmission board.
♦ If the voltage is available: exchange relay 2
♦ If no voltage is available: Replace data transmission board (set pressure sensor again)
♦ If voltage is available: disconnect connector 1, measure resistance on X1,1 and X1,3
♦ If the resistance is greater than 1000 Ohm: exchange the catalyst.
Temperature of the sample probe is too high
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Check the heating voltage on the 230/115V board at the socket tube heating. Verify pulsed voltage
Check the voltage (24VDC) of relay 3 on the network board
If voltage is available:
exchange relay.
If voltage is available and relay is working normally:
exchange CPU.
Remote JFID parameter set-up
♦ Interface 2 not ready?
Check external data input: cable, controller
Printer or external data processing are not ready
♦ Interface 1 not ready?
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Check conformity of the data transmission protocol
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Failure – Status Reports
♦ If status “Failure” occurs, the JFID will interrupt the normal measurement mode. All measurement
values will be resetted to zero and the limits will be set to values of the parameter status before this
failure has occurred.
♦ The equipment must be checked by an authorized service engineer.
♦ Caution: This equipment should not be repaired by anyone except proper trained and qualified
service personnel !
♦ Please refer and select the current error in the service menu!
Failures reported:
No hydrogen (fuel gas) available
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Check that the hydrogen is joint correctly
Check that the valve of the hydrogen supply is open
Check the pressure of the hydrogen supply: Min. 3 bar abs
Check the secondary pressure at the pressure gauge: Min. 2 bar abs
Check the gas divider and change if necessary
Check the CPU and change if necessary
If you cannot find the failure, please contact the factory or your customer support for details
Plugged Filter or plugged sample line, Differential pressure too high
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Check the Instrument Air supply
Check the valves and regulator settings
Check the pressure Instrument air supply: Min. 4,5 bar abs
Check the secondary stage pressure: Min. 4,5 bar abs
Check the gas pressure regulator and change, if needed
Zero deviation is too large (out of adjustable range)
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Check sample inlet filters, the sample line for contamination, check detector
Open the sample gas INLET at the FID sample input, disconnect
Start Calibration
If the sample gas flow keeps too low: exchange the sample gas filter.
If the sample gas flow keeps too low: exchange the detector unit.
If the troubleshooting was successful, put back together and hook up calibration gas to sample inlet
at probe tip.
♦ Change the sample gas filter, clean and blow back sample line
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Sensitivity too low, Measurement value is not stable enough for span adjustment
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Check that the span gas is joint correctly
Check that the valve of the span gas supply is open
Check the pressure of the span gas supply: Min. 4 bar abs
Check the second stage pressure at the pressure gauge: Min. 3 bar abs.
If the sensitivity keeps too low:
Open the sample gas INLET at the FID sample input
Put in the span gas manual
Verify gas flows out of the sample gas input !!
IF YES =>change burner orifice (P/N 02-13-010), or change detector unit
If it was not successful:
Verify 24VDC at the span gas valve.
If this was successful:
exchange the span gas valve.
♦ If you cannot find the failure, please consult factory or your customer support for details.
Measurement value not stable enough for zero adjustment
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Check sample gas inlet filter for contamination or plugged
Open sample gas INLET, start calibration
If failure is still active, change sample gas filter
If failure is still active, change detector
If open sample gas line (disconnect INLET) and failure is still active during calibration across sample
probe, change sample inlet filter and back purge sample line
Detector Temperature too low
♦ Check the heating voltage on the 230/115V board at the mating socket X1.1 and X1.2
♦ If no voltage is available:
Check fuse of the detector.
♦ If the fuse is working:
Check voltage (24VDC) of relay 1 on data transmission board.
If the voltage is available: exchange relay1
♦ If no voltage is available:
exchange DFÜ PCB
♦ If voltage is available:
Pull out connector1, verify 90 Ohm on X2,2 & X2,4 (resistor of
♦ heater at X2.2 and X2.4)
♦ If the resistance is below 1000 Ohm:
Verify <1 Ohm of the fuse at X2.3 and X2.4.
♦ If resistance is greater than 1000 Ohm, check over temp fuse on X2,3 & X2,4 (<1Ohm)
♦ If over temp fuse is o.k. and resistance of heater shows >180 Ohm, check each heater and replace,
if needed.
Flame OFF
♦ Please refer to service menu item and actual failure report for trouble shooting
NiCr/Ni Thermo element failure, flame control
♦ disconnect cap on detector chamber, replace thermo element incl. Gasket
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Flame does not ignite
Choose menu item Measuring System
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reading should be greater than +25mbar !!!
reading just ‘before ignition’ should be +230mbar !!!
Ignition voltage should be 1.2...1.8V
capilary/Orifice N°3 blocked or H2-Feed fails
♦ Set point +25mbar for H2 is not reached
♦ Check pressure regulator (1.5-2.0 bar abs) NOTICE: max pressure =2.0bar abs!!!
♦ Disconnect H2 1/16 – Cu – tubing from detector (no H2 should be flowing) If there is any leakage,
change all gaskets and regulators.
♦ Check if hydrogen is leaking from the loose H2-fitting if YES, change orifice at gas detector block.
Failure Suction (Driving) Voltage
♦ Please replace detector PCB
Failure Igniter
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Check if ignition voltage during ignition is 1.2 to 1.8 V
Check under menu item ‘Measuring System’ if ignition voltage is <0.8 or >3.8 V
IF YES => change ignitor
If no ignition voltage is displayed change PCB on detector
Failure no burner gas flow
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Disconnect burner feed from gas detection block and check flow via rotameter
If flow is o.k. blow back catalyst or change catalyst due to contamination issues
If burner air flow is less than 10l/hr change/clean burner orifice at detector
Notice: If there are no failures or blockages found, change/clean the sample gas orifice and the
burner nozzle (check gasket!!!). If this doesn’t work change complete detector assembly
Failure no Driving potential (missing driving voltage)
♦ check in menu section if driving potential is between >-300V and <-420 V
♦ If indicated voltage is less than -300V change PCB on detector
Failure no sample gas flow
♦ Check sample gas inlet filter for contamination, check delta pressure
♦ Open sample gas tubing at FID input (measure sample point pressure which should be not less than
800mbar abs.)
♦ If sample gas flow is too low change inlet filter
♦ If sample gas flow is still too low after filter change change gas distribution block
Failure sample gas pressure too high
♦ Please reduce the front pressure to less than 1.600mbar, bleed off the overflow to a safe
environment
Failure sample gas pressure too low
♦ If sample pressure is less than 700mbar, please use second sample gas pump
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Failure sample gas pump
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Please replace ejector pump (only with model ES, TG, FE, MK)
Please service membrane pump (model PT)
Check delta pressure, if less than -650mbar: Replace if needed
Check all exhaust conditions, remove any plugs and restrictions of flow
Failure burner pump
♦ Please refer to section ‘failure sample pump’
Failure sample gas orifice, plugged
♦ disconnect sample gas line and filter cap
♦ replace sample inlet filter (including gasket!)
Capilary N°3 plugged or Hydrogen supply defect
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check secondary pressure Hydrogen supply (1,5-2bar abs.)
Important notice: Hydrogen pressure should not exceed 2 bar !
disconnect CU tubing (1/16”) from the gas distribution block in order to double check leakage
If needed, change regulator
Check Hydrogen orifice and replace if needed
Failure Temperature sample line (sample probe) too low
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If the parameters are set to failure:
Check the heating voltage on the 230/115V board at the socket tube heating
If no voltage is available:
Check the fuse sample line
If the fuse is working correctly:
Check supplied voltage (24VDC) relay on main PCB
If the voltage is available:
Change the relay
If the voltage is not available:
Change the CPU
If the voltage is available:
Change the tube
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• Electronic components and interface JFID
• JFID CPU
Fuse
Wickmann
Type TR5, 250 VDC
Type 372, VDE/SEMKO, approval on component label
Type 374, CSA/UL, approval on lable
Please replace fuses only with appropriate replacement part!
E-Prom
datalogger
backup battery time,
3V C3 240, 3V DL-2430
special applic. FR
special applic. FR
special applic. FR
special applic.. FR
230V/ max. 2A
special applic. FR
Solistate 230V/2A
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special applic. FR
F4 T 2.5A CSA/ T 2A
special applic.FR
F4 1.6A CSA/ T 1A
special applic.FR
24V= max. 1A
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• JFID power supply (low voltages)
Fuse
Wickmann
Type TR5, 250VDC
Ceramic-Fuse 5 x 20, 250 VDC
Type 372 VDE/SEMKO, approval on label
Type 374 CSA/UL, approval on label
TYPE H VDE/SEMKO/UL, approval on label
Please replace fuses only with appropriate replacement part!
F2, line heater
T 6A CSA
T 4A
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main fuse for int. psu 230/115V
T 5A CSA
T 3.15A
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• JFID data transmission PCB
Fuse
Wickmann
Type TR5, 250VDC
Type 372 VDE/SEMKO, approval on label
Type 374 CSA/UL, approval on label
Please replace fuse only with appropriate replacement part!
F6, spangas valve
T 315mA CSA,
T200mA
Modul COM2
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F5, zero gas pump
zero gas valve
T 630mA CSA,
T 500mA
Modul COM1
F3, ext./int.
samplegas pump
T 315mA CSA,
T 200mA
F2- heater catalyst
T 2A CSA, T 1.6A
F4, fan
T 500mA CSA,
T 315mA
F1, heater detector
T 2,5A CSA, T 2A
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• Interface pins JFID COM1, COM2 and peripheral
COM1 Printer Interface; COM2 Remote Control Interface (RS232)
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Modem
Modem
9-pol Sub-D male
9- pol Sub-D-female
25-pol Sub-D female
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 4
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
Pin 9
Pin 8
Pin 3
Pin 2
Pin 20
Pin 7
Pin 6
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 22
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
Pin 9
DCD
RXD
TXD
DTR
GND
DSR
RTS
CTS
Ri
DCD
RXD
TXD
DTR
GND
DSR
RTS
CTS
Ri
DCD
RXD
TXD
DTR
GND
DSR
RTS
CTS
Ri
• EPSON-Printer, Software-Handshake (XON/XOFF)
JFID COM1
9-pol Sub-D male.
♦ Pin 2
♦ Pin 3
♦ Pin 5
Printer
25- pol Sub-D female
RXD
TXD
GND
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 7
TXD
RXD
GND
• EPSON-Printer, Hardware-Handshake (RTS/CTS, DTR/DSR)
JFID COM1
9-pol Sub-D conn.
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Pin 3
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 8
EPSON-Drucker
25 pol Sub-D female
RXD
TXD
GND
DSR
CTS
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 7
Pin 20
Pin 4
TXD
RXD
GND
DTR
RTS
• PC connection at COM1, COM2 incl. Software-Handshake (XON/XOFF)
JFID COM1
PC COM1 oder COM2
9-pol Sub-D conn.
♦ Pin 2
♦ Pin 3
♦ Pin 5
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TXD
GND
PC COM1 oder COM2
9 pol Sub-D conn.
25 pol Sub-D
Pin 3
Pin 2
Pin 5
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 7
TXD
RXD
GND
TXD
RXD
GND
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Start up Remote Control
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Install Software JFID-Remote on PC mit Windows 3.1...WIN 95
Start JFID-Remote
Configurate C0M 1..2...etc..
Baudrate:
9600
Databit:
8
Parity
none
Stopbit:
ON
Xon/Xoff:
ON
RTS/CTS:
NO
Enter S/N or Manufacturing Number (see label)
Choose Modem if appropriate
Enter phone number (inkl. country code, area code and ext.. if needed)
Enter OK =>the modem will dial
Important Notice:
Please be sure that you have installed an JCT Modem which is tested and preconfigured for your application.
JCT does not take any responsibility if you use your own modem!
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• Interface cable
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• Drawings & Component Details JFID
General flow schematic JFID
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Detector assembly
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Gas Distribution Block
Connection chart gas distribution block standard version
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Connection chart gas distribution block with external zero gas
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Connection chart gas distribution block with external zero gas and synth.
air
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Gas distribution block assembly
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catalyst
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JFID with integrated membrane sample pump, top view
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JFID cassette with ejector sample pump
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JFID-MK, front open view of field housing, probe, flange
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Field Housing
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Methan non Methan principle flow diagram
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Methan non Methan with catalyst and injector
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Methan non Methan with catalyst and injector
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Methan non Methan catalyst with Sample pump
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Methan non Methan catalyst with sample pump assembly
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