Operating Instructions Type 8619 8619 multiCELL WM AC

Type8619
8619 multiCELL WM AC
8619 multiCELL WM DC
8619 multiCELL
Modular transmitter/controller
Operating Instructions
We reserve the right to make technical changes without notice.
Technische Änderungen vorbehalten.
Sous réserve de modifications techniques.
© Bürkert SAS, 2010-2016
Operating Instructions 1603/08_EU-ML 00561096 Original_FR
Type 8619

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About the Operating Instructions............................................................................................................................4
1.1
Symbols used...........................................................................................................................................................................4
1.2
Definition of the word "device"........................................................................................................................................4
2
Intended use.....................................................................................................................................................................................5
3
Basic safety information.....................................................................................................................................................6
4
General information.................................................................................................................................................................7
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4.1
Manufacturer's address and international contacts.............................................................................................7
4.2
Warranty conditions...............................................................................................................................................................7
4.3
Information on the internet................................................................................................................................................7
Product description.............................................................................................................................................................10
5.1
Area of application..............................................................................................................................................................10
5.2
Construction of a 8619 multiCELL..............................................................................................................................10
5.3
Construction of a 8619 multiCELL WM DC............................................................................................................11
5.4
Construction of a 8619 multiCELL WM AC.............................................................................................................12
5.5
Functional diagram.............................................................................................................................................................13
5.6
Functional description.......................................................................................................................................................13
5.7
Description of the name plate......................................................................................................................................15
Technical data..............................................................................................................................................................................18
6.1
Conditions of use of the 8619 multiCELL...............................................................................................................18
6.2
Conditions of use of the 8619 multiCELL WM DC.............................................................................................18
6.3
Conditions of use of the 8619 multiCELL WM AC..............................................................................................19
6.4
Compliance to standards and directives................................................................................................................19
6.5
Mechanical data....................................................................................................................................................................20
6.6
Electrical specifications of the 8619 multiCELL..................................................................................................21
6.7
Electrical specifications of the 8619 multiCELL WM DC................................................................................22
6.8
Electrical specifications of the 8619 multiCELL WM AC.................................................................................23
6.9
Specifications common to all the versions...........................................................................................................25
Installation and wiring.......................................................................................................................................................30
7.1
Safety instructions..............................................................................................................................................................30
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7.2
Installation procedure.......................................................................................................................................................31
7.3
Electrical wiring.....................................................................................................................................................................34
Adjustment and commissioning..................................................................................................................................56
8.1
Safety instructions..............................................................................................................................................................56
8.2
Switching on the device for the first time..............................................................................................................56
8.3
Using the navigation button and the dynamic keys..........................................................................................57
8.4
Entering text...........................................................................................................................................................................59
8.5
Entering a numerical value.............................................................................................................................................60
8.6
Description of the icons...................................................................................................................................................61
8.7
Operating levels....................................................................................................................................................................62
8.8
Process level..........................................................................................................................................................................63
8.9
Configuration level access.............................................................................................................................................64
8.10 "Parameters" menu.............................................................................................................................................................65
8.11 Calibration menu............................................................................................................................................................... 108
8.12 "Diagnostics" menu.......................................................................................................................................................... 126
8.13 Tests menu........................................................................................................................................................................... 132
8.14 Information menu............................................................................................................................................................. 134
8.15 Structure of the configuration menus................................................................................................................... 135
8.16 Process inputs or values.............................................................................................................................................. 150
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Repair and maintenance................................................................................................................................................... 154
9.1
Safety instructions........................................................................................................................................................... 154
9.2
Maintenance of the 8619.............................................................................................................................................. 154
9.3
If you encounter problems.......................................................................................................................................... 154
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Spare parts and accessories.................................................................................................................................... 162
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Packaging and transport............................................................................................................................................. 162
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Storage............................................................................................................................................................................................ 163
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Disposal of the device...................................................................................................................................................... 163
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About the Operating Instructions............................................................................................................................4
1.1
Symbols used...........................................................................................................................................................................4
1.2
Definition of the word "device"........................................................................................................................................4
2
Intended use.....................................................................................................................................................................................5
3
Basic safety information.....................................................................................................................................................6
4
General information.................................................................................................................................................................7
4.1
Manufacturer's address and international contacts.............................................................................................7
4.2
Warranty conditions...............................................................................................................................................................7
4.3
Information on the internet................................................................................................................................................7
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About the Operating Instructions
The Operating Instructions describe the entire life cycle of the device. Please keep this operating instructions in a
safe place, accessible to all users and any new owners.
This operating instructions contains important safety information.
Failure to comply with these instructions can lead to hazardous situations.
▶▶When the symbol
is marked inside or outside the device, carefully read the Operating Instructions.
▶▶Whatever the version of the device, the Operating Instructions must be read and understood.
1.1
Symbols used
DANGER
Warns against an imminent danger.
▶▶Failure to observe this warning can result in death or in serious injury.
Warning
Warns against a potentially dangerous situation.
▶▶Failure to observe this warning can result in serious injury or even death.
CAUTION
Warns against a possible risk.
▶▶Failure to observe this warning can result in substantial or minor injuries.
NOTE:
Warns against material damage.
Important advice or recommendations.
Refers to information contained in the Operating Instructions or in other documents.
→→Indicates a procedure to be carried out.
1.2
Definition of the word "device"
The word "device" used in the Operating Instructions refers to the controller/transmitter:
• type 8619 multiCELL, i.e. the panel-mounted versions,
• type 8619 multiCELL WM AC, i.e. the wall-mounted versions with an AC operating voltage,
• or type 8619 multiCELL WM DC, i.e. the wall-mounted versions with a DC operating voltage.
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Intended use
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Intended use
Use of this device that does not comply with the instructions could present risks to people, nearby
installations and the environment.
▶▶The device is intended, depending on the modules fitted and the measurement sensors connected, for the
acquisition, processing, transmission and regulation of physical parameters such as pH, conductivity, temperature or flow rate... .
▶▶This device must be protected against electromagnetic interference, ultraviolet rays and, when installed outdoors, the effects of climatic conditions.
▶▶This device must be used in compliance with the characteristics and commissioning and use conditions
specified in the contractual documents and in the user operating instructions.
▶▶Requirements for the safe and proper operation of the device are proper transport, storage and installation, as
well as careful operation and maintenance.
▶▶Only use the device as intended.
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Basic safety information
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Basic safety information
This safety information does not take into account:
• any contingencies or occurrences that may arise during assembly, use and maintenance of the device.
• the local safety regulations that the operator must ensure the staff in charge of installation and maintenance
observe.
Danger due to electrical voltage.
▶▶If a 12-36 V DC wall-mounted version is installed either in a wet environment or outdoors, all the electrical
voltages must be of max. 35 V DC.
▶▶Disconnect the electrical power for all the conductors and isolate it before carrying out work on the system.
▶▶All equipment connected to the 8619 must be double insulated with respect to the mains according to the
standard IEC 61010-1:2010.
▶▶Observe all applicable accident protection and safety regulations for electrical equipment.
Various dangerous situations.
To avoid injury take care:
▶▶to prevent any unintentional power supply switch-on.
▶▶to carry out the installation and maintenance work by qualified and skilled staff with the appropriate tools.
▶▶to guarantee a set or controlled restarting of the process after a power supply interruption.
▶▶to use the device only if in perfect working order and in compliance with the instructions provided in the user
operating instructions.
▶▶to observe the general technical rules during the planning and use of the device.
▶▶not to use this device in explosive atmospheres.
▶▶not to use this device in an environment incompatible with the materials from which it is made.
▶▶not to subject the device to any mechanical stresses (for example by placing objects on top of it or using it as
a step).
▶▶not to make any modifications to the device.
NOTE:
Elements/components sensitive to electrostatic discharges
▶▶This device contains electronic components sensitive to electrostatic discharges. They may be damaged if
they are touched by an electrostatically charged person or object. In the worst case scenario, these components are instantly destroyed or go out of order as soon as they are activated.
▶▶To minimise or even avoid all damage due to an electrostatic discharge, take all the precautions described in
standard EN 61340-5-1.
▶▶Also ensure that you do not touch any of the live electrical components.
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General information
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General information
4.1
Manufacturer's address and international contacts
To contact the manufacturer of the device, use following address:
Burkert SAS
Rue du Giessen
BP 21
F-67220 TRIEMBACH-AU-VAL
You may also contact your local Burkert sales office.
The addresses of our international sales offices are available on the internet at: www.burkert.com
4.2
Warranty conditions
The condition governing the legal warranty is the conforming use of the device in observance of the operating conditions specified in this operating instructions.
4.3
Information on the internet
You can find the operating instructions and technical data sheets regarding the type 8619 at: www.burkert.com
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Product description.............................................................................................................................................................10
5.1
Area of application..............................................................................................................................................................10
5.2
Construction of a 8619 multiCELL..............................................................................................................................10
5.3
Construction of a 8619 multiCELL WM DC............................................................................................................11
5.4
Construction of a 8619 multiCELL WM AC.............................................................................................................12
5.5
Functional diagram.............................................................................................................................................................13
5.6
Functional description.......................................................................................................................................................13
5.7
Description of the name plate......................................................................................................................................15
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Product description
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Product description
5.1
Area of application
The 8619 multiCELL is a multifunction device intended to display, transmit and regulate various physical parameters. It can be used, for example, to manage a water treatment system (a boiler, a cooling tower or a reverse
osmosis system).
5.2
Construction of a 8619 multiCELL
A
F
G
B
E
C
D
H
J
A: standardised 1/4 DIN housing (92x92 mm) with seal, to be mounted in the door of the electrical enclosure or
cabinet and attached using 4 fasteners.
B: a main board (identified by "M0" on the rear plate):
• To connect the electrical power source of the multiCELL;
• to power another device, e.g. a flow-rate sensor;
• offering 2 digital inputs (identified by "DI", digital input), two 4-20 mA current outputs (identified by "AO",
analogue output) and 2 digital outputs (identified by "DO", digital output).
C: 1 to 6 slots for placing the following connection modules:
• module with light grey connector for connection of a pH sensor or oxidation reduction potential sensor and/or
a temperature sensor
• module with green connector for connection of a conductivity sensor and/or a temperature sensor
• module with black connector with two 4-20 mA current outputs and 2 digital outputs.
• module with orange connector with two analogue inputs and 2 digital inputs.
D: functional earth screw (connected internally to all "FE" terminals on the main board and additional modules).
E: memory card (SD type) reader/recorder
F: display with backlight.
G: navigation button (4 directions).
H: 4 dynamic keys
J: 2 LEDs
Fig. 1 :
Construction of a 8619 multiCELL
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5.3
Construction of a 8619 multiCELL WM DC
B
A
K
C
D
MEMORY
CARD
M0
E
M1
M2
M3
M4
F
M5
M6
FE
FE
FE
PWR OUT
L
12-36 V
DC
FE
G
J
M
H
N
K
K
L
L
M
M
N
N
A: Wall-mounting housing; Cover with seal, closed by 4 screws; Display with navigation components and LEDs.
B: main board (identified by "M0" on the plate) with two digital inputs (identified by "DI", digital input), two
4-20 mA current outputs (identified by "AO", analogue output) and two digital outputs (identified by "DO", digital
output).
C: Wall-mounting plate, removable
D: memory card (SD type) reader/recorder
E: 6 slots for placing the following connection modules:
• module with light grey connector for connection of a pH sensor or oxidation reduction potential sensor and/or
a temperature sensor;
• module with green connector for connection of a conductivity sensor and/or a temperature sensor;
• module with black connector with two 4-20 mA current outputs and two digital outputs;
• module with orange connector with two analogue inputs and two digital inputs.
If a slot is unused, a cap blanks off the opening
F: functional earth screw (connected internally to all "FE" terminals on the main board and additional modules).
G: Connection terminal board for the 12-36 V DC power supply
H: 5 M20 x 1.5 cable glands
J: supply and distribution board
K: display with backlight.
L: navigation button (4 directions).
M: 4 dynamic keys
N: 2 LEDs
Fig. 2 :
Construction of a 8619 multiCELL WM DC
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Product description
5.4
Construction of a 8619 multiCELL WM AC
B
A
K
C
D
MEMORY
CARD
M0
M1
M2
M3
M4
E
F
L
M5
M6
PWR OUT
G
J
M
H
N
K
K
L
L
M
M
N
N
A: Wall-mounting housing; Cover with seal, closed by 4 screws; Display with navigation components and LEDs.
B: main board (identified by "M0" on the plate) with two digital inputs (identified by "DI", digital input), two 4-20
mA current outputs (identified by "AO", analogue output) and two digital outputs (identified by "DO", digital
output).
C: Wall-mounting fastening plate, removable
D: Memory card (SD type) reader/recorder
E: 6 slots for placing the following connection modules:
• module with light grey connector for connection of a pH sensor or oxidation reduction potential sensor and/or
a temperature sensor;
• module with green connector for connection of a conductivity sensor and/or a temperature sensor;
• module with black connector with two 4-20 mA current outputs and two digital outputs.
• module with orange connector with two analogue inputs and two digital inputs.
If a slot is unused, a cap blanks off the opening
F: functional earth screw (connected internally to all "FE" terminals on the main board and additional modules).
G: Protective cap for the 110-240 V AC power supply terminal board
H: 5 M20 x 1.5 cable glands
J: supply and distribution board
K: display with backlight.
L: navigation button (4 directions).
M: 4 dynamic keys
N: 2 LEDs
Fig. 3 :
Construction of a 8619 multiCELL WM AC
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Product description
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Functional diagram
INPUTS
FUNCTIONS 1)
Digital inputs or frequency
inputs
Function 1
Analogue inputs, current or
voltage
...
Conductivity sensor (2 or 4
electrodes)
Function 6
outputs
output
PWM or on/
Transistor,
off or PFM or
1 and 2
pulse
4-20 mA,
1 and 2
pH/Redox sensor
SIGNAL
Temperature sensor
PT100/PT1000
4-20 mA
Display
Memory card
1)
simultaneously active
5.6
Functional description
The multiCELL assigns each input to a function (such as dosing, for example) which is entirely configurable by the
user. According to the model selected, the following are offered as basic or optional functions:
Function
Arithmetic
Availability
Formula
Standard on all A+B, A-B, A/B
models
PASS
Standard on all A/B x 100%
models
Standard on all (1 - A/B) x 100 %
models
Standard on all (A/B - 1) x 100 %
models
Standard on all 100 %
models
REJECT
DEVIAT
PROP
(proportional)
0%
ON/OFF
Use
Arithmetic operation between two values
having the same units. A or B may be the
result of another function.
Calculation of the passage rate.
Calculation of the rejection rate.
Calculation of the deviation rate.
Calculation of an output proportional to a
bounded input.
process
parameter
scal-
scal+
Standard on all ON/OFF control
models
For all input types.
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Function
Flow rate
measurement
PID
Time dosing
Availability
• Standard
on models
560205,
560213,
565984 à
565987
Formula
• Optional
(see section
8.10.4) on all
other models
Optional (see
Continuous regulation
section 8.10.4)
Optional (see
section 8.10.4)
Volume dosing
Optional (see
section 8.10.4)
Concentration
Optional (see
section 8.10.4)
Datalogger on
memory card
Optional (see
section 8.10.4)
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Use
Each digital input can be used to measure the
flow rate.
For all input types; with internal or external
setpoint.
In a cooling tower, for example; used to dose
2 products at fixed intervals or for twice daily
dosing scheduled over one week.
The time dosing function can be combined
with an ON/OFF function on a conductivity
measurement only, in order to ensure prepurging of the system. The "ON/OFF" function
must be configured and activated before the
time dosing function.
dedicated to the cooling towers. Metering of
a specific volume of water and activation of an
actuator during a specific period in order to
add a product and, finally, reset of the water
volume to zero.
The concentration graphs for certain
compounds such as NaCl and H2SO4
are memorised for use over the entire
concentration range.
Option to memorise the variations in 1 to 16
values in a given time interval.
Type 8619
Product description
Description of the name plate
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8619 multiCELL
Supply: 12-30V DC, 2 A
Temp: -10...+60 °C
IP65 PANEL (FRONT) IP20 (REAR)
S-N:1110
00560204
W44ML
Made in France
Made in France
5.7
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Fig. 4 :
M0: 2xDI - 2xAO - 2xDO - SD CARD
M1: pH/ORP - PT100/1000
M2: RES COND 2/4 POLES PT100/1000
M3: 2xAO - 2xDO
M4:
M5:
M6:
Softw.:
00560204
W44ML
}
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Example of a name plate
1. Type of device
2. Electrical power supply
3. Ambient temperature range
4. Protection rating
5. Serial number
6. Conformity logo
7. Construction code
8. Device fitted with a memory card reader
9. Characteristics of the connection modules
10.Software options
11.Order code
12.Properties of the main "M0" board
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Technical data..............................................................................................................................................................................18
6.1
Conditions of use of the 8619 multiCELL...............................................................................................................18
6.2
Conditions of use of the 8619 multiCELL WM DC.............................................................................................18
6.3
Conditions of use of the 8619 multiCELL WM AC..............................................................................................19
6.4
Compliance to standards and directives................................................................................................................19
6.5
Mechanical data....................................................................................................................................................................20
6.6
Electrical specifications of the 8619 multiCELL..................................................................................................21
6.7
Electrical specifications of the 8619 multiCELL WM DC................................................................................22
6.8
Electrical specifications of the 8619 multiCELL WM AC.................................................................................23
6.9
Specifications common to all the versions...........................................................................................................25
6.9.1
Flow rate measurement......................................................................................................................25
6.9.2
Specifications of the "Input" board.................................................................................................25
6.9.3
Specifications of the memory card reader/recorder...................................................................26
6.9.4
Specifications of the outputs board "OUT"...................................................................................26
6.9.5
Specifications of the "pH/redox" module.......................................................................................27
6.9.6
Specifications of the "COND" conductivity module...................................................................27
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Technical data
6.1
Conditions of use of the 8619 multiCELL
Ambient temperature
• without connection module 1)
• -10 to +70 °C
• with connection module 1)
• -10 to +60 °C
Air humidity
< 85 %, not condensing
Height above sea level
max. 2000 m
Protection rating according to EN 60529
• IP65, NEMA4X on front, once mounted, and electrical enclosure tightly closed
• IP20 for the parts inside the electrical enclosure
Pollution degree
Degree 2 according to UL 61010-1
Category of installation
Category 1 according to UL 61010-1
with a memory card available as an accessory (order reference 564072). If a different memory card is used,
observe the operating temperatures given by the manufacturer of the memory card.
1)
6.2
Conditions of use of the 8619 multiCELL WM DC
Ambient temperature
• without connection module 1)
• -10 to +75 °C
• with connection module 1)
• -10 to +60 °C
Air humidity
< 85 %, not condensing
Height above sea level
max. 2000 m
Protection rating according to EN 60529
IP65, IP67, if the following conditions are met:
• Body of each cable gland tightened with a torque of
5.5 N·m ± 20 % (4,06 lbf·ft ± 20 %) at the factory.
• Cable glands blanked off or wired.
• Nut of each cable gland tightened with a torque of
4.5 N·m ± 20 % (3,32 lbf·ft ± 20 %).
• Housing tightly closed.
• The 4 screws for the cover are tightened crosswise
with a torque of 1.4 N·m ± 20 % (1,03 lbf·ft ± 20 %).
Pollution degree
Degree 2 according to UL 61010-1
Category of installation
Category I according to UL 61010-1
with a memory card available as an accessory (order reference 564072). If a different memory card is used,
observe the operating temperatures given by the manufacturer of the memory card.
1)
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Conditions of use of the 8619 multiCELL WM AC
Observe the maximum permissible load as a function of the ambient temperature. See the derating curves
Fig. 7 and Fig. 8 chap. 6.8.
Ambient temperature
-10 to +70 °C 1)
Air humidity
< 85 %, not condensing
Height above sea level
max. 2000 m
Protection rating according to EN 60529
IP65, IP67, if the following conditions are met:
• Body of each cable gland tightened with a torque of
5.5 N·m ± 20 % (4,06 lbf·ft ± 20 %) at the factory.
• Cable glands blanked off or wired.
• Nut of each cable gland tightened with a torque of
4.5 N·m ± 20 % (3,32 lbf·ft ± 20 %).
• Housing tightly closed.
• The 4 screws for the cover are tightened crosswise
with a torque of 1.4 N·m ± 20 % (1,03 lbf·ft ± 20 %).
Pollution degree
Degree 3 according to UL 61010-1 following the conditions below:
• Housing tightly closed.
• The 4 screws for the cover are tightened crosswise
with a torque of 1.4 N·m ± 20 % (1,03 lbf·ft ± 20 %).
Category of installation
Category II according to UL 61010-1
with a memory card available as an accessory (order reference 564072). If a different memory card is used,
observe the operating temperatures given by the manufacturer of the memory card.
1)
6.4
Compliance to standards and directives
The device conforms to the EC directives through the following standards:
• EMC: EN 61000-6-2, EN 61000-6-3
• Resistance to vibrations EN 60068-2-6
• Resistance to shocks: EN 60068-2-27
• For the 8619 multiCELL WM AC: Low voltage directive, EN 61010-1
The UL devices with command key PU02 (identified by the logo
Canada, also comply with the following standards:
), for the United States and
• UL 61010-1
• CAN/CSA-C22.2 n° 61010-1
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6.5
Mechanical data
Tab. 1 :
Materials in contact with the ambient air
Component
8619 multiCELL
Panel-mounting housing and fastener
Material
8619 multiCELL WM AC or
8619 multiCELL WM DC
PPO
Wall-mounting housing, wall-mounting
fastening plate, cable glands, protective cap
(for LCD display), hinge stiffener.
Protective blank (for a slot without
connection terminal)
-
PA66
PA66
Seal
Silicone
Front panel and keys
PC/silicone
Terminal support plate
Stainless steel 304
Terminal blocks
PBT, contacts in gold-plated copper alloy
Ground screw + spring washer
Stainless steel 316 (A4)
Protective cap for the 110-240 V AC power
supply terminal board
-
Stainless steel 304
4 cover screws
-
PVC
PC
PC
Silicone
PPO
PBT, contacts in gold-plated
copper alloy
Stainless steel 304
Stainless steel 316 (A4)
Silicone
Fig. 5 :
Component materials of the 8619 multiCELL
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PC
PA66
PA66
MEMORY
CARD
M0
M1
M2
Stainless steel 316
(A4)
M3
M4
M5
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9
PE
PE
M6
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9
PE
PWR OUT
PVC
Stainless steel 304
Silicone
Fig. 6 :
6.6
PBT, contacts in gold-plated
copper alloy
PA66
Component materials of the 8619 multiCELL WM
Electrical specifications of the 8619 multiCELL
Electrical supply 12-30 V DC
• filtered and regulated
• SELV circuit, at a non-hazardous energy level
• Tolerance: ±10 %
Specifications of the 12-30 V DC power
source (not provided) of the UL devices,
with variable key PU02
Own consumption (without connection
module, outputs not connected)
• Maximal consumption: 2 A
• Limited power source (in accordance with section 9.3 of the UL
61010-1 standard)
• or class 2 type power source (according to the 1310/1585 and
60950-1 standards)
1.5 VA
Power distribution ("PWR OUT")
• 12-30 V DC, 1.8 A max.
All digital inputs ("DI")
• Protected against polarity reversal
• Switching threshold Von: 5 to 36 V DC
• Switching threshold Voff: < 2 V DC
• Input impedance: 3 kW
• Galvanically isolated
• Protected against polarity reversal and voltage spikes
• Frequency: 0.5 to 2500 Hz
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All analogue outputs ("AO")
• 4-20 mA current
• Any connection mode, in sink or source mode
• Galvanically isolated
• Protected against polarity reversal
All digital outputs ("DO")
• Max. loop impedance 860 W at 30 V DC, 610 W at 24 V DC,
100 W at 12 V DC
• Transistor
• Any connection mode, in NPN or PNP mode
• Galvanically isolated
• Protected against short circuits
• Max. voltage: 36 V DC
• Max. 700 mA per transistor; total of max. 1A if both transistors are
connected
• Max. frequency 2000 Hz
6.7
Electrical specifications of the
8619 multiCELL WM DC
Electrical supply 12-36 V DC
• filtered and regulated
• SELV circuit, at a non-hazardous energy level
• Tolerance: ±10 %
Own consumption (without connection
module, outputs not connected)
Power distribution (POWER OUT
module)
Specifications of the 12-36 V DC power
source (not provided) of the UL devices,
with variable key PU02
All digital inputs ("DI")
• Maximal consumption: 2 A
2 VA
• Protected against polarity reversal
• 12-36 V DC, 1.8 A max.
• Limited power source (in accordance with section 9.3 of the UL
61010-1 standard)
• or class 2 type power source (according to the 1310/1585 and
60950-1 standards)
• Switching threshold Von: 5 to 36 V DC
• Switching threshold Voff: < 2 V DC
• Input impedance: 3 kW
• Galvanically isolated
• Protected against polarity reversal and voltage spikes
• Frequency: 0.5 to 2500 Hz
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All analogue outputs ("AO")
• 4-20 mA current
• Any connection mode, in sink or source mode
• Galvanically isolated
• Protected against polarity reversal
All digital outputs ("DO")
• Max. loop impedance 1100 W at 36 V DC, 610 W at 24 V DC,
100 W at 12 V DC
• Transistor
• Any connection mode, in NPN or PNP mode
• Galvanically isolated
• Protected against short circuits
• Max. voltage: 36 V DC
• Max. 700 mA per transistor; total of max. 1A if both transistors are
connected
• Max. frequency 2000 Hz
6.8
Electrical specifications of the
8619 multiCELL WM AC
Electrical supply 110-240 V AC
• Frequency
• 50-60 Hz
• Max. current
• 500 mA
• Integrated protection
• delayed 3.15A fuse, 250 V AC, (breaking capacity = 1500 A at
250 V AC, 10 kA at 125 V AC), certified EIC60127, UL listed and
recognized
• Protected against polarity reversal
Power distribution (POWER OUT
module)
• 24 V DC, filtered and regulated, SELV circuit, at a non-hazardous
energy level,
•
1,2 A max.: observe the maximum permissible load as a
function of the ambient temperature. See the derating curves in
Fig. 7 and in Fig. 8.
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Maximum current
of the load
[A]
1.8
8619 multiCELL WM AC, without
connection module
1.2
0.8
8619 multiCELL WM AC, with
connection module
0
-10
0
+10 +20 +30 +40 +50 +60 +70 +80
[°C]
Ambient temperature
Fig. 7 :
Derating curves of the maximum permissible current, depending on the ambient temperature
Maximum current
of the load
certified
[A]
1.8
8619 multiCELL WM AC, without
connection module
1.2
0.8
8619 multiCELL WM AC, with
connection module
0.2
0
-10
0
+10 +20 +30 +40 +50 +60 +70 +80
[°C]
Ambient temperature
Fig. 8 :
Derating curves of the maximum permissible current, depending on the ambient temperature (UL certified)
All digital inputs ("DI")
• Switching threshold Von: 5 to 36 V DC
• Switching threshold Voff: < 2 V DC
• Input impedance: 3 kW
• Galvanically isolated
• Protected against polarity reversal and voltage spikes
• Frequency: 0.5 to 2500 Hz
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All analogue outputs ("AO")
• 4-20 mA current
• Any connection mode, in sink or source mode
• Galvanically isolated
• Protected against polarity reversal
All digital outputs ("DO")
• Max. loop impedance 1100 W at 36 V DC, 610 W at 24 V DC,
100 W at 12 V DC
• Transistor
• Any connection mode, in NPN or PNP mode
• Galvanically isolated
• Protected against short circuits
• Max. voltage: 36 V DC
• Max. 700 mA per transistor; total of max. 1A if both transistors are
connected
• Max. frequency 2000 Hz
6.9
Specifications common to all the versions
6.9.1
Flow rate measurement
Refer to the Operating Instructions of the flow sensor connected to the device.
6.9.2
Specifications of the "Input" board
Power consumption
0.1 VA
Digital inputs ("DI")
• Switching threshold Von: 5 to 36 V DC
• Switching threshold Voff: < 2 V DC
• Input impedance: 3 kW
• Galvanically isolated
• Protected against polarity reversal and voltage spikes
• Frequency: 0.5 to 2500 Hz
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Analogue inputs ("AI")
• Any connection mode, in sink or source mode
• Galvanically isolated
• Precision ±0.25 %
• Current: 0 - 22 mA or 3.5 - 22 mA. Max. voltage: 36 V DC.
Impedance: 50 W. Resolution: 1.5 µA
• Voltage: 0 - 5 V DC or 0 - 10 V DC. Max. voltage: 36 V DC.
Impedance: 110 kW. Resolution: 1 mV
6.9.3
Specifications of the memory card reader/recorder
We recommend to use the 8 GB SDHC memory card available at Bürkert, because it has been tested
with and validated to operated with the device.
A memory card with a different capacity or from another manufacturer can lead to the malfunction of the
device.
• Memory card type
• SD (Secure Digital) or SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity)
• Capacity
• 8 GB max.
• File system
• FAT32
6.9.4
Specifications of the outputs board "OUT"
Power consumption
0.1VA
All digital outputs ("DOx")
• Transistor
• Any connection mode, in NPN or PNP mode
• Galvanically isolated
• Protected against short circuits
• Max. voltage: 36 V DC
• Max. 700 mA per transistor; total of max. 1A if both transistors are
connected
All analogue outputs ("AOx")
• Max. frequency 2000 Hz
• 4-20 mA current
• Any connection mode, in sink or source mode
• Galvanically isolated
• Protected against polarity reversal
• Max. loop impedance 1100 W at 36 V DC, 610 W at 24 V DC,
100 W at 12 V DC
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6.9.5
Specifications of the "pH/redox" module
pH measurement
• pH measurement range
• -2.00...+16.00 pH
• Resolution of pH measurement
• 0.01pH
• Systematic variation in the pH
measurement
• ±0.02 pH + pH probe error
• Potential difference measurement range
• -600...+600 mV
• Resolution of the potential difference
measurement
• 0.1 mV
• Systematic variation in the potential difference measurement
• ±1 mV + pH probe error
• pH probe type
Power consumption
• Electrochemical
0.1VA
Measurement of the oxidation reduction
potential
• Oxidation reduction potential measurement • -2000 ... +2000 mV
range
• Resolution of the potential difference
measurement
• 0.1 mV
• Systematic variation in the potential difference measurement
• ±1 mV + ORP probe error
• Oxidation reduction potential probe type
Temperature measurement
• Electrochemical
• Measurement range
• -25 °C ... +130 °C
• Measurement resolution
• 0.1 °C
• Systematic variation in the measurement
• ±1 °C + temperature probe error
• Temperature sensor type
• Pt100 or Pt1000, with 2 or 3 wires
6.9.6
Specifications of the "COND" conductivity module
Resistance measurement (without
conductivity sensor connected)
Power consumption
5 W ... 1 MW
Conductivity cell type
With 2 or 4 electrodes; the specifications of Bürkert cells are
described in the related operating instructions.
0.25VA
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Conductivity measurement (with
connected conductivity sensor)
• Measurement range
• 0.000 µS/cm ... 2 S/cm (depends on the conductivity sensor)
• Measurement resolution
• 10-9 S/cm
• Systematic variation in the measurement
• ±0.5% of the measured value + conductivity sensor error
Resistivity measurement (with connected
conductivity sensor)
• Measurement range
• 0.500 W.cm ... 100 MW.cm (depends on the conductivity
sensor)
• Measurement resolution
• 10-1 W.cm
• Systematic variation in the measurement
(without sensor)
Temperature measurement
• ±0.5% of the measured value + conductivity sensor error
• Measurement range
• -40 °C ... ±200 °C
• Measurement resolution
• ±0.1 °C
• Systematic variation in the measurement
• ±1 °C + temperature probe error
• Temperature sensor type
• Pt100 or Pt1000, with 2 or 3 wires
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Installation and wiring.......................................................................................................................................................30
7.1
Safety instructions..............................................................................................................................................................30
7.2
Installation procedure.......................................................................................................................................................31
7.3
7.2.1
Installing a 8619 multiCELL on an enclosure or electrical cabinet.........................................31
7.2.2
Installing a 8619 multiCELL WM on a support............................................................................32
Electrical wiring.....................................................................................................................................................................34
7.3.1
Recommendations for wiring a 8619 multiCELL WM................................................................34
7.3.2
Specifications of the connection cables........................................................................................34
7.3.3
Wiring the 12-30 V DC electrical supply for a 8619 multiCELL.............................................35
7.3.4
Wiring the 12-36 V DC electrical supply for a 8619 multiCELL WM DC............................36
7.3.5
Wiring the 110-240 V AC electrical supply for a 8619 multiCELL WM AC.......................36
7.3.6
Supplying an external instrument via a 8619 multiCELL...........................................................37
7.3.7
Supplying an external instrument via a 8619 multiCELL WM..................................................38
7.3.8
Wire the inputs and outputs on the main board "M0"................................................................38
7.3.9
Examples of the connection of flowmeters to a 8619 multiCELL............................................40
7.3.10
Examples of the connection of a solenoid valve to a 8619 multiCELL WM.........................41
7.3.11
Identifying the pins on the connection modules...........................................................................41
7.3.12
Wiring the input module "INPUT"....................................................................................................42
7.3.13
An example of the connection of a type 8232 chlorine sensor (order code
566051 or 566052) to the input module "INPUT"................................................................................... 44
7.3.14
An example of the connection of a type 8232 chlorine sensor (order
code 565164) to the input module "INPUT"................................................................................44
7.3.15
Wiring the output module "OUT"....................................................................................................46
7.3.16
Wiring the "pH/ORP" module..........................................................................................................47
7.3.17
Examples of connections to the "pH/ORP" module....................................................................48
7.3.18
Wiring the "COND" conductivity module......................................................................................50
7.3.19
Examples of connection to the "COND" conductivity module..................................................51
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Installation and wiring
7.1
Safety instructions
DANGER
Risk of injury due to electrical voltage.
▶▶If a 12-36 V DC wall-mounted version is installed either in a wet environment or outdoors, all the electrical
voltages must be of max. 35 V DC.
▶▶Disconnect the electrical power for all the conductors and isolate it before carrying out work on the system.
▶▶All equipment connected to the device must be double insulated with respect to the mains according to the
standard IEC 61010-1:2010.
▶▶Observe all applicable accident protection and safety regulations for electrical equipment.
Warning
Risk of injury due to nonconforming installation.
▶▶Electrical installation can only be carried out by qualified and authorised personnel with the appropriate tools.
▶▶Fit a circuit breaker or a switch to the electrical installation in which the device is installed.
▶▶Install the circuit breaker or the switch in an easily accessible place.
▶▶Identify the circuit breaker or the switch as the disconnecting component for the electrical power supply to
the device.
▶▶Do not power the 110-240 V AC version with a DC voltage or with an AC voltage higher than 240 V AC.
▶▶Install appropriate overload safety devices. For a version powered by 110-240 V AC, insert overcurrent protective devices in the live and in the neutral.
▶▶Do not power the 12-30 V DC version of the device with an AC voltage or with a DC voltage higher than
30 V DC.
▶▶Do not power the 12-36 V DC version of the device with an AC voltage or with a DC voltage higher than
36 V DC.
▶▶Observe standard NF C 15-100 / IEC 60634.
▶▶Use preferably probes or sensors sold by Bürkert.
▶▶Read and follow the Operating Instructions manuals of all the instruments connected to the device.
▶▶On a 8619 multiCELL WM, only authorized personnel may insert in or remove the memory card from the
reader/recorder.
Risk of injury due to unintentional switch on of power supply or uncontrolled restarting of the
installation.
▶▶Avoid unintentional activation of the installation.
▶▶Guarantee a set or controlled restart of the process subsequent to the installation of the device.
Protect this device against electromagnetic interference, ultraviolet rays and, when installed outdoors, the
effects of the climatic conditions.
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7.2
Installation procedure
1. To carry out mechanical installation: Depending on the version, follow the instructions in section 7.2.1 or 7.2.2.
2. To wire the device: Depending on the version, follow the instructions in section 7.3.
7.2.1
Installing a 8619 multiCELL on an enclosure or electrical
cabinet
→→Follow the instructions below to mount the device, delivered fully assembled, onto an enclosure or cabinet.
Step 1:
92 +0,5/-0
5
→→Check that the thickness of the door of the enclosure
or cabinet is no more than 4 mm.
→→Ensure there will be sufficient space around the cut
92 +0,5/-0
5,5
out hole and on the inside of the cabinet to easily
accommodate the 4 fasteners.
→→Cut a hole in the door of the enclosure or electrical
10
5,5
cabinet according to standard CEI 61554:1999 (DIN
43700).
This diagram is not to scale. The dimensions are given
in mm.
Step 2:
Body
Prepare the 4 fasteners:
x4
→→Insert a screw into each device.
Screw
→→Tighten the screw until the end of the shaft of the
screw is flush with the device.
Step 3:
→→Slide the housing into the cut-out with the connectors
to the back, until it can go no further.
Step 4:
→→Insert (1) the hooks on the first fastener into the slots
on the housing.
1
→→Pull the fastener (2).
2
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Step 5:
→→Place the fastener flush against the device by hand,
so that the hooks remain in place.
Step 6:
→→Fully tighten the screws using an appropriate
screwdriver.
→→Repeat steps 4 to 6 to fit the remaining 3 fasteners.
Fig. 9 :
7.2.2
Panel mounting of the device on an enclosure or cabinet
Installing a 8619 multiCELL WM on a support
NOTE
Risk of material damage the cable glands are loosened. The body of the cable glands are screwed into
the housing at the factory with a torque of 5.5 N·m (4,06 lbf·ft)
▶▶Before installing the wall-mounting housing on its support, check that the bodies of the cable glands are tightened. If
the bodies of the cable glands are loose, tighten them with a torque of 5.5 N·m ± 20 %(4,06 lbf·ft ± 20 %).
The 8619 multiCELL WM is installed on a support using the wall-mounting fastening plate.
→→Choose a location such that:
• The surface is plane.
• The surface temperature of the support remains below 100 °C.
• The display is at eye level.
• There is sufficient space to open the housing by 180°.
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Step 1: Removing the wall-mounting fastening plate
from the device.
3
1. Press the tab to unlock the device.
2. Lift the device.
2
3. Separate the device from the wall-mounting fastening plate.
1
Step 2: Installing the wall-mounting fastening plate on
the support.
135
The screws and washers are not provided.
→→Drill holes in the support according to the dimensions
90
indicated on the diagram to the left.
→→Use 4 screws of 6 mm diameter, which will support the
weight of the device and are suitable for the support.
→→Insert a washer for each screw.
→→Insert the 4 screws in the wall-mounting fastening
plate and in the holes drilled in the support.
This diagram is not to scale. The dimensions are given
in mm.
→→Tighten the 4 screws in a crosswise manner, with a
maximum torque of 5.3 N·m. (3,91 lbf·ft)
Step 3: Installing the device on the fastening plate.
→→Align the base of the slides with the height of the
runners
runners.
slides
→→Insert the 4 slides into the 4 runners until you hear
1
a click.
2
Fig. 10 : Installation of a 8619 multiCELL WM on a support
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7.3
Electrical wiring
DANGER
Risk of injury due to electrical voltage.
▶▶If a 12-36 V DC wall-mounted version is installed either in a wet environment or outdoors, all the electrical
voltages must be of max. 35 V DC.
▶▶Disconnect the electrical power for all the conductors and isolate it before carrying out work on the system.
▶▶All equipment connected to the device shall be double insulated with respect to the mains according to the
standard IEC 61010-1:2010.
▶▶Observe all applicable accident protection and safety regulations for electrical equipment.
7.3.1
Recommendations for wiring a 8619 multiCELL WM
NOTE
On a 8619 multiCELL WM, the ribbon cable which connects the display to the electronic board can be
damaged.
▶▶Open and close the cover of the housing with care.
▶▶Do not pinch the ribbon cable.
▶▶Do not pull the ribbon cable.
▶▶Manipulate the ribbon cable with care.
▶▶If the ribbon cable is disconnected, reconnect it with care.
NOTE
A 8619 multiCELL WM may be damaged if the device is not tight.
▶▶Make sure the nuts of the unused cable glands are tightened (at the factory, a stopper gasket has been
inserted in each cable gland).
▶▶When the mechanical installation and wiring are completed, tighten the cable gland screws with a torque of
4.5 N·m ± 20 % (3,32 lbf·ft ± 20 %).
▶▶When the mechanical installation and wiring are completed, tighten the 4 screws of the cover in a crosswise
manner with a torque of 1.4 N·m ± 20 % (1,03 lbf·ft ± 20 %).
→→Before wiring the device, install it according to the instructions in section 7.2.1 or section 7.2.2.
7.3.2
Specifications of the connection cables
→→Use shielded cables (not provided) with a maximum operating temperature greater than 90 °C.
→→Use cables and electric wires with dimensions that adhere to the specifications described in Tab. 2.
The electrical connections are carried out via terminal blocks:
• Directly, on a 8619 multiCELL.
• Via the cable glands, on a 8619 multiCELL WM.
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Tab. 2 :
Specifications of the cables and conductors
External diameter of the cable (8619 multiCELL WM)
6 to 12 mm (4 mm if using a multiple entry seal)
Cross-section of the local earth connection conductor
(12 - 30 V DC and 12 - 36 V DC versions)
Cross-section of the protective earth connection
conductor (110 - 240 V AC versions)
Rigid conductor cross-section H05(07) V-U
0.75 ... 1.5 mm²
Flexible conductor cross-section H05(07) V-K
0.2 ... 1.5 mm2, stripped over 7 mm
Cross-section of a conductor with a non-insulated lug
0.2 ... 1.5 mm2, stripped over 7 mm
Cross-section of a conductor with an insulated lug
0.2 ... 0.75 mm2, stripped over 7 mm
7.3.3
min. 1.5 mm2
0.2 ... 1.5 mm2, stripped over 7 mm
Wiring the 12-30 V DC electrical supply for a
8619 multiCELL
→→Use a filtered and regulated 12-30 V DC electrical power supply.
→→Wire the 12-30 V DC power supply on the "M0" terminal board of a 8619 multiCELL.
→→Connect the functional earth of the installation to the earth screw of the device (see section 5, Fig. 1)
using a lug with an eyelet, suitable for the M4 earth screw and earth conductor. Tighten to the torque of
1 N·m ± 20 % (0,74 lbf·ft ± 20 %).
→→Connect the shielding on each wire to an "FE" (functional earth) terminal to guarantee the equipotentiality of
the installation.
12-30 VDC
+
SUPPLY PWR OUT
T-
FE
T-
AO2 FE DO1
T+
T+
I-
FE
I-
DI2 FE AO1
I+
I+
D-
FE
D-
DI1
D+
D+
-
FE
+
V-
FE
V+
Electrical power supply
DO2 FE
Removable screw terminals, 21-positions, orange
Fig. 11 : Wiring the 12-30 V DC electrical supply for a 8619 multiCELL
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7.3.4
Wiring the 12-36 V DC electrical supply for a
8619 multiCELL WM DC
→→Use a filtered and regulated 12-36 V DC electrical power supply.
→→Use the rightmost cable gland for the electrical power supply cable.
→→Wire the 12-36 V DC power supply for a 8619 multiCELL WM on a terminal block marked 12-36 V DC.
→→Connect the functional earth of the installation to the earth screw of the device (see section 5, Fig. 2)
using a lug with an eyelet, suitable for the M4 earth screw and earth conductor. Tighten with a torque of
1 N·m ± 20 % (0,74 lbf·ft ± 20 %).
→→Connect the shielding on each wire to an "FE" (functional earth) terminal to guarantee the equipotentiality of
the installation.
Removable screw
terminals, 2-positions,
green
12-36 V
DC
MEMORY
CARD
M0
M1
M2
M3
M4
+
M5
M6
FE
FE
-
FE
PWR OUT
FE
12-36 V
DC
FE
12-36 VDC
+
Electrical power supply
Fig. 12 : Wiring the 12-36 V DC electrical supply for a 8619 multiCELL WM
7.3.5
Wiring the 110-240 V AC electrical supply for a
8619 multiCELL WM AC
→→Unscrew and remove the
protective cover of the power
supply connection terminal
block.
MEMORY
CARD
M0
M1
M2
M3
M4
M5
M6
PE
PE
PE
PWR OUT
Protective cover
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→→Use the rightmost cable
Removable screw
terminals, 2-positions,
green
gland for the electrical power
supply cable.
→→Wire the 110-240 V AC
PE
L
power supply for a
8619 multiCELL WM AC
on a terminal block marked
110-240 V AC.
110-240 V~
50/60 Hz
110-240 V~
50/60 Hz
N
PE
L N
→→Connect the protective earth
of the installation to the earth
screw of the device (see
section 5, Fig. 3) using a
lug with an eyelet, suitable
for the M4 earth screw and
earth conductor. Tighten with
a torque of 1 N·m ± 20 %
(0,74 lbf·ft ± 20 %).
PE N
L
L: Live conductor
N: Neutral conductor
→→Put in place and screw on the
protective cover.
Fig. 13 : Wiring the 110-240 V AC electrical supply for a 8619 multiCELL WM AC
7.3.6
Supplying an external instrument via a 8619 multiCELL
The device in a panel-mounted version can be used to supply an external instrument, for example a flow sensor,
with a voltage identical to the supply voltage of the device
The power supply is available on the "M0" terminal block of a 8619 multiCELL.
12-30 VDC
Power supply available for an
external instrument
{
+
SUPPLY PWR OUT
DI1
DI2 FE AO1
AO2 FE DO1
T-
FE
T-
T+
T+
I-
FE
I+
I-
I+
D-
FE
D+
D-
D+
-
FE
+
V-
FE
V+
Electrical power supply
DO2 FE
Removable screw terminals, 21-positions, orange
Fig. 14 : Supplying an external instrument via a 8619 multiCELL
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7.3.7
Supplying an external instrument via a 8619 multiCELL WM
The device can be used to supply power to several external instruments, such as flow sensors or conductivity
sensors for example.
→→To supply power to an external instrument, connect it to a positive and negative terminal on the POWER OUT
terminal block.
The voltage available on the POWER OUT terminal block of a 8619 multiCELL WM:
• is equal to the supply voltage of the 8619 multiCELL WM DC which is supplied with a voltage of 12-36 V DC.
• is equal to a voltage of 24 V DC on a 8619 multiCELL WM AC which is supplied with a voltage of
110-240 V AC.
POWER OUT
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
Removable screw terminals,
12-positions, green
Fig. 15 : Supplying external instruments via a 8619 multiCELL WM
7.3.8
Wire the inputs and outputs on the main board "M0"
The M0 board has:
• 2 digital inputs (marked DI1 and DI2), for connecting a flow sensor for example
• Two 4-20 mA analogue outputs (marked AO1 and AO2)
• 2 digital outputs (marked DO1 and DO2)
The inputs and outputs are galvanically insulated and therefore floating.
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1st 4-20 mA input (at
external instrument)
+ 0 VDC
2nd digital output (at
external instrument)
2nd 4-20 mA input (at
external instrument)
+ -
+ 12-36 VDC
0 VDC
Load 1
+
0 VDC
12-36 VDC
5-36 VDC
0 VDC
0 VDC
5-36 VDC
12-36 VDC
1st digital output (at external instrument)
12-36 VDC
+
0 VDC
Removable screw terminals, 21-positions,
orange
DI2 FE AO1
digital inputs
AO2 FE DO1
analogue
outputs
T-
FE
T+
T-
T+
I-
FE
I+
I-
I+
D-
FE
D-
DI1
D+
D+
Load 2
DO2 FE
digital
outputs
DI1, DI2, AO1, AO2, DO1 and DO2: designation in the configuration menus of the M0 main board.
FE = functional earth
Fig. 16 : Wiring the inputs and outputs on the main board "M0"
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7.3.9
Examples of the connection of flowmeters to a
8619 multiCELL
PNP
1
1
NPN
V+
V+
12-30 VDC
3
3
2
+
2
0V
0V
SUPPLY PWR OUT DI1
FE
T-
T-
AO2 FE DO1
T+
T+
I-
FE
I-
FE AO1
I+
I+
D-
DI2
FE
DD+
FE
D+
+
-
V-
FE
Removable screw
terminals, 21-positions, orange
V+
Electrical power
supply
FE = functional earth
DO2 FE
Fig. 17 : Wiring 2 flow sensors type 8030 via 2 connectors type 2508
X
8041
8071
White
5 6
Black
3 4
Red
1 2
VDC
Pls- Pls+ PE V- V+ 4...20
12-30 VDC
+
SUPPLY PWR OUT
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DI1
T-
FE
T+
T-
T+
I-
AO2 FE DO1
Fig. 18 : Wiring a type 8071 flow sensor and a type 8041 flow sensor
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FE
I-
DI2 FE AO1
I+
I+
D-
FE
D+
D+
D-
FE
-
+
FE
V-
Removable screw
terminals, 21-positions, orange
V+
Electrical power supply
DO2 FE
FE = functional earth
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Installation and wiring
7.3.10 Examples of the connection of a solenoid valve to a
8619 multiCELL WM
The solenoid valve can be connected to the device via board "M0" or via the outputs module, "OUT".
→→If a solenoid valve is connected to the device, connect a flyback diode in parallel to the solenoid valve. If the
solenoid valve is connected via a type 2508 connector, this connector is available with an integrated flyback
diode.
12-36 VDC
Solenoid valve
+
-
DI2 FE AO1
AO2 FE DO1
T-
T+
T-
T+
I-
FE
I+
I-
I+
D-
FE
D+
D-
D+
DI1
FE
0 VDC
Removable screw terminals, 21-positions, orange
DO2 FE
Fig. 19 : Wiring a solenoid valve to the "M0" board of the device
7.3.11 Identifying the pins on the connection modules
If you use terminal blocks other than those supplied with the device, these terminal blocks will not be marked.
Fig. 20 enables labelling of the terminals.
MEMORY CARD
M0
NC
DI1
DI2 FE AO1 AO2 FE DO1 DO2 FE
M1
M2
M3
M4
M5
M6
Terminal No. 1
Terminal No. 9
Fig. 20 : Identifying the pins on the connection modules
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7.3.12 Wiring the input module "INPUT"
The "INPUT" inputs module has:
• Two analogue inputs;
• Two digital inputs.
The inputs are galvanically insulated, and therefore floating.
1st 0/4-20 mA output (at
external instrument)
+ -
0 VDC
2nd 0/4-20 mA output (at external instrument)
+ -
5-36 VDC
3
(AI1) (AI2)
analogue
inputs
6
5-36 VDC
7 8
2nd digital output (at
external instrument)
0 VDC
D-
0 VDC
D-
D+
FE
4 5
D+
A-
0 VDC
1 2
A+
A-
A+
Removable screw terminals, 9-positions, orange
1st digital output (at
external instrument)
+ -
12-36 VDC
12-36 VDC
9
(DI1) (DI2) (designation in the configuration menus of the Mx
additional output module)
digital inputs
FE = functional earth
Fig. 21 : Connecting the analogue inputs to a 2-wire current transmitter and connecting the digital inputs of the input
module
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1st 0/4-20 mA output
(at external instrument)
+ -
+ -
I
I
2nd 0/4-20 mA output
(at external instrument)
12-36 VDC
12-36 VDC
0 VDC
12-36 VDC
0 VDC
0 VDC
+
-
1st digital output (at
external instrument)
+
-
2nd digital output (at
external instrument)
12-36 VDC
1 2
3
4 5
6
D-
D+
D-
D+
A-
FE
A-
A+
Removable screw terminals, 9-positions, orange
A+
0 VDC
7 8
9
(AI1) (AI2)
(DI1) (DI2)
analogue
inputs
digital inputs
(designation in the configuration menus of the Mx
additional output module)
FE = functional earth
1st 0-5/10 V DC output
(external instrument)
12-36 VDC
Fig. 22 : Connecting the AI1 analogue input in source mode and the analogue input AI2 in sinking mode to a 3-wire
current transmitter (for example type 8025 with relay outputs) and connecting the digital inputs of the input module
+ - V
12-36 VDC
0 VDC
0 VDC
3
4 5
6
+
-
2nd digital output (at
external instrument)
7 8
D-
D+
D-
D+
A-
FE
A+
A-
A+
1 2
1st digital output (at
external instrument)
12-36 VDC
0 VDC
Removable screw terminals, 9-positions, orange
+
-
9
(AI1) (AI2)
(DI1) (DI2)
analogue
inputs
digital inputs
(designation in the configuration menus of the Mx
additional output module)
FE = functional earth
Fig. 23 : Connecting the analogue inputs to a voltage transmitter and connecting the digital inputs of the input module
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7.3.13 An example of the connection of a type 8232 chlorine sensor
(order code 566051 or 566052) to the input module "INPUT"
NOTE
The type 8232 chlorine sensor may be damaged by the electrical power supply.
▶▶Power the chlorine sensor with a voltage between 12 and 30 V DC.
Electrical supply to
the chlorine sensor
Electrical supply to
the chlorine sensor
12-30 VDC
12-30 VDC
+ -
+ -
+
-
3
4 5
(AI1) (AI2)
6
7 8
9
(DI1) (DI2)
"INPUT" module of the device
+
-
Terminal block
of the chlorine
sensor
3
4 5
(AI1) (AI2)
6
D-
D-
D+
D+
A-
FE
A-
1 2
A+
A+
Removable
screw terminals,
9-positions, orange
D-
D-
D+
D+
A-
FE
A-
1 2
Terminal block
of the chlorine
sensor
A+
A+
Removable
screw terminals,
9-positions, orange
7 8
9
(DI1) (DI2)
"INPUT" module of the device
FE = functional earth
Fig. 24 : Possible connections of a type 8232 chlorine sensor (order code 566051 or 566052) powered by an external
voltage source
7.3.14 An example of the connection of a type 8232 chlorine
sensor (order code 565164) to the input module "INPUT"
NOTE
The type 8232 chlorine sensor may be damaged by the electrical power supply.
▶▶Power the chlorine sensor with a voltage between 22.5 and 26 V DC.
▶▶If the chlorine sensor is powered via the device, power the device, 12-36 V DC version, with a power supply
between 22.5 and 26 V DC.
Colour of the conductor for chlorine sensor (order code 565164)
Green
Yellow
White
Brown
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Signal
Negative voltage signal
Positive voltage signal
Positive supply
Negative supply
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22.5-26 VDC
+
M0: Removable screw terminal,
21-positions, orange
SUPPLY PWR OUT
DI2 FE AO1
AO2 FE DO1
T-
FE
T+
T-
T+
I-
FE
I+
I-
I+
D-
FE
D-
DI1
D+
D+
-
FE
+
V-
FE
V+
Electrical power supply of the device
DO2 FE
Brown
White
Green
1 2
3
(AI1) (AI2)
6
7 8
D-
D+
D-
FE
4 5
D+
A-
A+
Removable screw
terminals, 9-positions,
orange
A-
Chlorine sensor
A+
Yellow
9
(DI1) (DI2)
"INPUT" module of the device
FE = functional earth
Fig. 25 : Connection of the type 8232 chlorine sensor (order code 565164), powered via the 8619 multiCELL
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7.3.15 Wiring the output module "OUT"
The "OUT" outputs module has:
• Two 4-20 mA analogue outputs;
• Two digital outputs.
The outputs are galvanically insulated, and therefore floating.
+ -
2nd 4-20 mA input (at
external instrument)
+ 12-36 VDC
0 VDC
12-36 VDC
0 VDC
Load 1
12-36 VDC
1st 4-20 mA
input (at external
instrument)
0 VDC
+
-
12-36 VDC
0 VDC
+
-
1 2
3
FE = functional earth
Fig. 26 : Wiring the "OUT" output module
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7 8
T-
T+
T-
T+
I-
4 5
(AO1) (AO2)
analogue outputs
FE
I+
I-
Removable screw terminals, 9-positions, orange
I+
Load 2
9
(DO1) (DO2)
(designation in the configuration menus of the Mx
output module)
digital outputs
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7.3.16 Wiring the "pH/ORP" module
• To avoid the influence of disturbances, wire the pH sensor in symmetric mode. In this case, it is compulsory to wire the equipotential electrode.
• When the pH sensor is wired in asymmetrical mode, measurement of the pH may drift over time when
the equipotential electrode is not wired.
Temperature sensor
Oxidation reduction potential
measurement electrode
TS
6
TS
FE
4 5
SE
RE
3
CG
1 2
GD
RE
ME
Reference electrode
Strap (not delivered)
7 8
9
FE = functional earth
Removable screw terminals,
9-positions, grey
Fig. 27 : Wiring a redox sensor and a Pt100 or Pt1000 temperature sensor to a pH/ORP module
Oxidation reduction potential measurement electrode
Temperature sensor
Reference electrode
7 8
TS
6
TS
4 5
SE
3
FE
CG
GD
1 2
RE
RE
ME
pH measurement
electrode
9
Removable screw terminals,
9-positions, grey
FE = functional earth
Fig. 28 : Wiring a pH sensor, a redox sensor and a Pt100 or Pt1000 temperature sensor to a pH/ORP module
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Translucent (1)
Equipotential electrode
(recommended)
Black (1)
Reference electrode
pH measurement electrode
Temperature sensor
7 8
TS
6
TS
FE
4 5
SE
RE
3
CG
1 2
GD
RE
ME
Strap (not delivered)
9
Removable screw terminals, 9-positions, grey
FE = functional earth
(1)
Colour of the wires in Bürkert connection cables with order codes 561904, 561905 or 561906.
Fig. 29 : Wiring a pH sensor and a Pt100 or Pt1000 temperature sensor in asymmetrical mode to a pH/ORP module
Temperature
sensor
7.3.17 Examples of connections to the "pH/ORP" module
(2)
Reference electrode
Blue
Brown (2)
White (2)
Black (2)
Oxidation reduction potential
measurement electrode
Black (1)
Translucent (1)
Not connected
TS
TS
6
SE
4 5
GD
FE
3
CG
1 2
RE
RE
ME
Strap (not delivered)
7 8
9
FE = functional earth
Removable screw terminals,
9-positions, grey
(1)
Colours of the wires in Bürkert connection cables with order codes 561904, 561905 or 561906.
(2) Colours of the wires of the Pt1000 sensor with order code 427023 and its Bürkert connection cable with order code 427113.
Fig. 30 : Wiring a redox sensor type 8203 and a Pt100 or Pt1000 temperature sensor to a pH/ORP module
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• To avoid the influence of disturbances, wire the pH sensor in symmetric mode. In this case, it is compulsory to wire the equipotential electrode.
• When the pH sensor is wired in asymmetrical mode, measurement of the pH may drift over time when
the equipotential electrode is not wired.
Black (1)
Equipotential electrode
3
6
7 8
TS
TS
SE
Brown (2)
White (2)
Black (2)
4 5
FE
CG
Blue
1 2
RE
RE
ME
pH measurement electrode
GD
Reference electrode
(2)
Translucent (1)
Temperature sensor
FE = functional earth
9
Removable screw terminals, 9-positions, grey
(1)
Colours of the wires in Bürkert connection cables with order codes 561904, 561905 or 561906.
(2)
Colours of the wires of the Pt1000 sensor with order code 427023 and its Bürkert connection cable with order code 427113.
Fig. 31 : Wiring a pH sensor type 8203 and a Pt1000 temperature sensor in symmetrical mode
Black (1)
Brown (2)
White (2)
Yellow(2)
pH measurement electrode
Translucent (1)
Reference electrode
Equipotential electrode
1 2
3
4 5
6
7 8
TS
TS
SE
FE
CG
GD
RE
RE
ME
Strap (not delivered)
FE = functional earth
9
Removable screw terminals, 9-positions, grey
(1)
Colours of the wires in Bürkert connection cables with order codes 561904, 561905 or 561906.
(2)
Colours of the wires of the Pt1000 connection cable code 562628.
Fig. 32 : Wiring a pH sensor mounted into the immersion fitting type 8200 with Pt1000
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Pt1000
3
4 5
White
White
1 2
Green
Pt1000
6
7 8
TS
Green
TS
sensor body
Grey
Grey
SE
cable shielding
Green/yellow
Green/Yellow
strap (not
delivered)
FE
rhodium electrode
translucent
CG
Blue
Blue
reference electrode
GD
Red (coax cable
shielding)
Red
pH sensor
RE
Translucent
RE
signal
ME
wire colour
Black
(coax)
Installation and wiring
9
Removable screw terminals,
9-positions, grey
FE = functional earth
Fig. 33 : Wiring a Bürkert 8201 type sensor with integrated Pt1000 temperature sensor in symmetrical mode using a
Variopin connection cable with order code 554856 or 554857
7.3.18 Wiring the "COND" conductivity module
TS
6
TS
FE
4 5
SE
3
Temperature
sensor
GD
P-
1 2
C-
P+
C+
Conductivity
sensor
7 8
9
Removable screw terminals, 9-positions, green
FE = functional earth
Fig. 34 : Wiring a resistive conductivity sensor with 2 electrodes and a Pt100 or Pt1000 temperature sensor in a conductivity module
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TS
6
TS
4 5
SE
FE
P3
GD
1 2
C-
P+
C+
Temperature sensor
7 8
9
Removable screw terminals, 9-positions, green
FE = functional earth
Fig. 35 : Wiring a resistive conductivity cell with 4 electrodes and a Pt100 or Pt1000 temperature sensor in a conductivity
module
7.3.19 Examples of connection to the "COND" conductivity module
1
Connector terminal block 2508
for the 8220 conductivity sensor
7 8
TS
6
TS
4 5
FE
3
SE
GD
C-
1 2
P-
P+
2
C+
3
FE = functional
earth
9
Removable screw terminals,
9-positions, green
Fig. 36 : Wiring an 8220 conductivity sensor
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White
Pt1000
Blue
Pt1000
1 2
3
4 5
6
7 8
TS
Pt1000
White
Blue
Grey
TS
current injection -
Grey
Yellow
SE
conductivity measurement -
FE
Brown
GD
conductivity measurement +
P-
Green
Temperature sensor
C-
current injection +
P+
Pink
Pink
Green
Brown
Yellow
signal
C+
wire colour
9
Removable screw terminals,
9-positions, green
FE = functional earth
White
Pt1000
Green
Pt1000
1 2
3
4 5
6
7 8
strap (not
delivered)
TS
functional earth
White
Green 1)
Green/yellow
TS
current injection -
(1)
Blue
Temperature sensor
SE
conductivity measurement -
FE
Grey
Green/yellow 1)
conductivity measurement +
GD
translucent
C-
current injection +
P-
Red
P+
signal
C+
wire colour
Red 1)
Translucent (1)
Grey 1)
Blue (1)
Fig. 37 : Wiring a type 8221 conductivity sensor with cable gland and connection cable
9
Removable screw terminals,
9-positions, green
FE = functional earth
1)
Colour of the wires of the connection cables with order codes
554855, 554856 and 554857.
Fig. 38 : Wiring of a type 8221 conductivity sensor with Variopin connector
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Adjustment and commissioning..................................................................................................................................56
8.1
Safety instructions..............................................................................................................................................................56
8.2
Switching on the device for the first time..............................................................................................................56
8.3
Using the navigation button and the dynamic keys..........................................................................................57
8.4
Entering text...........................................................................................................................................................................59
8.5
Entering a numerical value.............................................................................................................................................60
8.6
Description of the icons...................................................................................................................................................61
8.7
Operating levels....................................................................................................................................................................62
8.8
Process level..........................................................................................................................................................................63
8.9
Configuration level access.............................................................................................................................................64
8.10 "Parameters" menu.............................................................................................................................................................65
8.10.1
Setting the 8619 date and time.......................................................................................................65
8.10.2
Selecting the display language........................................................................................................65
8.10.3
Modifying the PARAMETERS menu access code......................................................................65
8.10.4
Consulting and/or activating the available software options.....................................................65
8.10.5
Saving the data on the memory card..............................................................................................66
8.10.6
Loading data from the memory card...............................................................................................66
8.10.7
Restoring the default parameters of the Process level and the outputs................................67
8.10.8
Customising user views 1 to 4.........................................................................................................67
8.10.9
Renaming a process variable...........................................................................................................69
8.10.10 Setting the display contrast and brightness.................................................................................69
8.10.11 Configuring an arithmetic function..................................................................................................70
8.10.12 Configuring a "PROP" proportional function................................................................................71
8.10.13 Configuring an "ONOFF" control function....................................................................................74
8.10.14 Configuring a PID (proportional integral derivative) control function......................................77
8.10.15 Configuring a time dosing cycle......................................................................................................84
8.10.16 Configuring a "Volume Dosing" function........................................................................................90
8.10.17 Configuring the "System switch" event..........................................................................................93
8.10.18 Datalogging (datalogger)...................................................................................................................95
8.10.19 Choosing the units for the totalisers...............................................................................................96
8.10.20 Configuring the analogue inputs......................................................................................................96
8.10.21 Setting the parameters of the current outputs.............................................................................97
8.10.22 Setting the parameters of the digital outputs...............................................................................99
8.10.23 Setting the parameters of a pH/redox module.......................................................................... 104
8.10.24 Setting the parameters of a conductivity module..................................................................... 106
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8.11 Calibration menu............................................................................................................................................................... 108
8.11.1
Enabling/disabling the Hold function........................................................................................... 108
8.11.2
Modifying the Calibration menu access code........................................................................... 109
8.11.3
Adjusting the current outputs........................................................................................................ 109
8.11.4
Calibrating an analogue input AI1 or AI2 connected to a sensor other than a
chlorine sensor.................................................................................................................................. 110
8.11.5
Calibrating an analogue input AI1 or AI2 connected to a chlorine sensor......................... 111
8.11.6
Calibrating an analogue input, AI1 or AI2, at two points, with respect to a
measured value other than chlorine............................................................................................. 112
8.11.7
Calibrating an analogue input, AI1 or AI2, at one point (offset), with respect to
a measured value other than chlorine.......................................................................................... 113
8.11.8
Calibrating an analogue input connected to a current output or a voltage output........... 114
8.11.9
Calibrating an analogue input, AI1 or AI 2, at 1 point (slope): Type 8232 chlorine sensor example......................................................................................................................... 115
8.11.10 Entering the max. value of the chlorine measuring range........................................................ 116
8.11.11 Reading the date of the last calibration of an analogue input................................................ 116
8.11.12 Entering the periodicity of the calibrations................................................................................. 116
8.11.13 Entering the periodicity of a maintenance operation to be carried out on the
sensor connected to the analogue input.................................................................................... 116
8.11.14 Reading the last calibration values of an analogue input with respect to a physical value.............................................................................................................................................. 117
8.11.15 Restoring the factory calibration of the analogue inputs......................................................... 117
8.11.16 Resetting the totalisers................................................................................................................... 117
8.11.17 Entering the K factor for the used fitting or determining it using teach-in.......................... 118
8.11.18 Calibrating a pH or redox sensor.................................................................................................. 121
8.11.19 Calibrating a conductivity sensor................................................................................................. 124
8.12 "Diagnostics" menu.......................................................................................................................................................... 126
8.12.1
Modifying the "Diagnostics" menu access code...................................................................... 126
8.12.2
Monitoring the current or voltage value received on the analogue inputs.......................... 127
8.12.3
Detecting an open loop on a voltage input................................................................................ 128
8.12.4
Monitoring the pH or redox values............................................................................................... 128
8.12.5
Monitoring the conductivity of the fluid....................................................................................... 129
8.12.6
Monitoring the temperature of the fluid....................................................................................... 130
8.12.7
Reading the parameters of the pH, redox or conductivity sensor......................................... 132
8.13 Tests menu........................................................................................................................................................................... 132
8.13.1
Modifying the "Tests" menu access code................................................................................... 132
8.13.2
Verifying the correct behaviour of the outputs by simulating an input or a process variable...................................................................................................................................... 132
8.13.3
Checking that the outputs are working correctly...................................................................... 133
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8.14 Information menu............................................................................................................................................................. 134
8.15 Structure of the configuration menus................................................................................................................... 135
8.16 Process inputs or values.............................................................................................................................................. 150
8.16.1
On the M0:MAIN board.................................................................................................................. 150
8.16.2
On the input module........................................................................................................................ 151
8.16.3
On the pH/redox module................................................................................................................ 151
8.16.4
On the conductivity module........................................................................................................... 152
8.16.5
On the additional outputs module................................................................................................ 152
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8
Adjustment and commissioning
8.1
Safety instructions
Warning
Risk of injury due to non-conforming adjustment.
Non conforming adjustment could lead to injuries and damage the device and its environment.
▶▶The operators in charge of adjustment must have read and understood the contents of this operating
instructions.
▶▶In particular, observe the safety recommendations and intended use.
▶▶The device/installation must only be adjusted by suitably trained staff.
Warning
Danger due to non-conforming commissioning.
Non-conforming commissioning could lead to injuries and damage the device and its surroundings.
▶▶Before commissioning, make sure that the staff in charge have read and fully understood the contents of the
operating instructions.
▶▶In particular, observe the safety recommendations and intended use.
▶▶The device/installation must only be commissioned by suitably trained staff.
Before commissioning, calibrate each measuring sensor connected to the device.
8.2
Switching on the device for the first time
When switching on the device for the first time, the display shows the first view in Process level:
M0:MAIN
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OFF DI1
OFF DO1
OFF DI2
OFF DO2
AO1
6.000 mA
AO2
20.00 mA
MENU
Fig. 39 : Display when switching on for the first time
When switched on subsequently, the last active view in the Process level is displayed. See section 8.8 to
browse in all views in Process level.
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Using the navigation button and the dynamic keys
The arrows displayed show
the directions in which you
can browse in this view.
To activate the dynamic
function to the far left, press
F1
MENU ABORT
F1
F2
LED A: shows the system
status. See section 9.
SAVE
OK
F3
F4
To activate the dynamic
function to the far right, press
F4
LED B: shows the sensor
status. See section 9.
To activate the second
dynamic function, press F2
To activate the third
dynamic function, press F3
The navigation button is used to move in 4 directions, symbolised throughout the
manual by
,
,
and
.
Fig. 40 : Using the navigation button and the dynamic keys
You want to...
....access the Configuration level
...go back to Process level
...access the menu displayed
...access the highlighted function
...confirm the entry
...save modifications
...go back to the parent menu
...cancel the current operation
...set a setpoint value
...activate manual mode in a configured and activated
function
...manually set the percentage of the function
...force the result of a function to 0%
...force the result of a function to 100%
...activate automatic mode in a configured and activated
function
...start teach-in
...end teach-in
...answer the question asked in the affirmative
...answer the question asked in the negative
Press...
Dynamic function, "MENU", from any view in Process
level
Dynamic function, "MEAS"
Dynamic function, "OK"
Dynamic function, "OK"
Dynamic function, "OK"
Dynamic function "SAVE"
Dynamic function "BACK"
Dynamic function "ABORT"
Dynamic function "SETP"
Dynamic function "MANU"
Dynamic function "CMD"
Dynamic function "0%"
Dynamic function "100%"
Dynamic function "AUTO"
Dynamic function "START"
Dynamic function "END"
Dynamic function "YES"
Dynamic function "NO"
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You want to...
...select the highlighted character or mode
...browse in Process level
Press...
Dynamic function "SEL"
next view
previous
view
niveau
suivant
niveau
précédent
...browse in the Configuration level menus
menu
display the next
display the previous menu
highlight the next
function
highlight the previous function
increase the
percentage
reduce the
percentage
increment
upwards the figure
selected or modify the
units
increment downwards the figure selected
or modify the units
...browse in the menu functions
...set the contrast or brightness percentage for the
display (after accessing the function in the "Parameters"
menu)
...modify a numerical value or the units
select the next
figure
select the previous figure
...allocate the "+" or "-" sign to a numerical value
to the extreme left of the numerical value
then
until the desired sign is displayed
...move the decimal point in a numerical value
to the extreme right of the numerical value
then
place
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Type 8619
Adjustment and commissioning
8.4
Entering text
This section describes how to use the keyboard displayed to modify the name of a process variable (13 characters max.), a function (12 characters max.) or the title of a view (12 characters max.).
Cursor of the data entering area
selector
Edit name _
_f
a bc def g
h i j k l mn
o pqr s t u
vwxy z +
' ? ! : ; %*
2/3
ABORT
Indicates the active page among
3 pages
7
4
1
/
8
5
2
.
<
9
6
3
0
>
The arrows indicate that the selector
can be moved on the line or that the
3 available character pages can be
scrolled through.
SEL SAVE
F3 F4
→→To move the cursor in the data entering area using keys
and
data entering area using the keys
and
first move the selector into the
.
→→To insert a character in place of the cursor, move the selector over this character and press key
(function "SEL").
F3
→→To remove the character before the cursor, move the selector into the data entering area then press key
F3
(function "backspace"):
selector
Edit name _
_f
a bc def g
h i j k l mn
o pqr s t u
vwxy z +
' ? ! : ; %*
2/3
ABORT
7
4
1
/
8
5
2
.
<
9
6
3
0
>
The arrows indicate that the selector can be
moved on the name entering area.
SAVE
F3 F4
→→To retrieve the original name of a variable, even after modification and saving:
-- Move the selector into the customised name entering area.
-- Delete all the characters.
-- Save.
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Entering a numerical value
→→Accessing, for example, the manual calibration function for a conductivity sensor. Refer to section 8.9 to
access the "Calibration" menu.
Calibration
Mx:Conductivity
Manual calibration
Cond manual calib
2
Move the decimal point by
After confirming the entered
numerical value by pressing
"OK", modify the unit selected by
4.294 S/cm
25.01 °C
0.000µS/cm
pressing
or
pressing
to the far
right of the numerical value
Increment the selected figure up or down by
and then on
until the
decimal point is in the desired
place (the decimal point
moves in a loop)
pressing
or
Fig. 41 : Example of entering a numerical value
→→Accessing, for example, the function for simulation of a pH value. Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Tests"
menu.
Tests
Simul. value PV
PV:
M1:pH/ORP
Value:
ENTERING
pH
Simulation value
Select the character to the far left by pressing
and then allocate the "+" or "-" sign
by pressing
To exit the "Tests" menu, press the dynamic key, "ABORT"
Fig. 42 : Changing the sign of a numerical value
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Description of the icons
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OFF DO1
OFF DI2
OFF DO2
X
AO1
6.000 mA
AO2
20.00 mA
MENU
Fig. 43 : Position of the icons
Icon
Meaning and alternatives
Default icon when process monitoring is not activated via the "Diagnostics" menu; if monitoring is
activated, this icon indicates that the parameters monitored are not out of range.
If at least one monitoring is activated, the alternative icons in this position are:
•
, combined with
•
, combined with X : see sections 8.12.2 to 8.12.6
: see sections 8.12.2 to 8.12.6
The "smiley" symbols do not relate to correct functioning of the device.
Device currently measuring.
The alternative icons in this position are:
•
H
flashing: HOLD mode activated (see section 8.11.1)
• T flashing: running check that an output is working and behaving correctly (see section 8.13.2
and 8.13.3)
"Maintenance" event; see section 8.11.18 and 8.11.19.
"Warning" event; See sections 8.11.18, 8.11.19 and 8.12.2 to 8.12.6
X
"Error" event; See sections 8.11.18, 8.11.19 and 8.12.2 to 8.12.6
Memory card inserted and datalogger activated.
The alternative icon to this position is X , indicating an error. Access menu "Information -> Log", to
read the associated error message and see section 9.3.9for the meaning of the message.
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Operating levels
The device has 2 operating levels:
Process level
See section 8.8 for the description of the Process level.
Configuration level
This level comprises 5 menus:
Menu title
Relevant icon
"Parameters": see section 8.10
"Calibration": see section 8.11
"Diagnostics": see section 8.12
"Tests": see section 8.13
"Information": see section 8.14.
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Process level
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OFF
OFF
DI1
DI2
MENU
OFF DO1
OFF DO2
mA
6.000 AO1
mA
20.00 AO2
L/s
0.500 DI1
L
30.00 DI1
L/s
1.000 DI2
L
33.00 DI2
25 mS/cm
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39.20 mV
25.2 °C
MENU
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OFF DO1
OFF DO2
mA
5.000 AO1
mA
12.00 AO2
Views of the modules connected to the device (cannot be modified):
• "M0:MAIN" view: displays the values of inputs and outputs on the main board; the second
"M0:" view is available if the software option, "FLOW", is activated (see section8.10.4).
• "M1:" to "M6:" views display the data for modules 1 to 6.
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3
U1:pH_COND
2
3
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6.53 pH
0
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1
MENU
6.53
25
25.2
205
User defined views (U1 to U4) are
each used to display 1, 2 or 4 data
or a graph. Only the effectively
defined views are shown.
pH
mS/cm
°C
l/min
MENU
F6:ONOFF
F2:PROP
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F1:A+B
0
0
0
MENU
0 CMD1
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148MENU
13.00 %
57 L/min
205 l/min
FlowProcess1
MANUAL
250.0 PV
1
500.0 SP-PV:
0
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1
0
MENU SP-PV:
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%
0.00 CMD1
Off F3 Dos.St
Views of active functions which
cannot be modified (F1: to F6:)
are used to display one function
each. Only the views of functions
declared "active" are shown.
To activate and configure a
function and to select the data
to be displayed, see sections
8.10.11 to 8.10.17.
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Configuration level access
On any view in
Process level,
press MENU
F1
Code
incorrect
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Parameters
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"Parameters" code
correct 1)
Parameters
System
Display
Functions
Datalogger 2)
M0:Outputs
Mx:pH/ORP
Mx:Conductivity
Mx:Outputs
Mx:Inputs
OK
MES.
F4
Code
incorrect
Calibration
Calibration
System
M0:Outputs
M0:Inputs
Mx:pH/ORP
Mx:Conductivity
Mx:Outputs
Mx:Inputs
"Calibration" code
correct 1)
OK
MES.
F4
Code
incorrect
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
System
Mx:pH/ORP
Mx:Conductivity
Mx:Outputs
Mx:Inputs
"Diagnostics" code
correct 1)
OK
MES.
F4
Code
incorrect
Tests
Tests
"Tests"
code
correct 1)
T
System
Simulate PV
M0:Outputs
Mx:Outputs
OK
MES.
F4
Information
Information
MES.
OK
F4
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The code is not requested if the default code "0000" is used.
2)
This menu is available as an option (see section 8.10.4).
→→See section 8.15 for details of the functions by menu.
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Error
Warning
Maintenance
Smiley
System log
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"Parameters" menu
8.10.1 Setting the 8619 date and time
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
System
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Date
YYYY/MM/DD
Time
HH:MMss
DATE: Set the date
TIME: Set the time
8.10.2 Selecting the display language
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
System
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Language
English
Français
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Deutsch
The messages are displayed in the new language as soon as the choice has been saved.
8.10.3 Modifying the PARAMETERS menu access code
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
System
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Code
0***
Confirm code
Enter the new
PARAMETERS menu
access code
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0***
Confirm the new
code
If the default access code "0000" is kept, the device does not request it to access the "Parameters" menu.
8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the available software options
This menu is used:
• To consult the list of software options available
• To activate the options by entering the code The activation code is obtained on requests from your Bürkert
dealer. Provide him with the order code of the desired option and the order code and serial number of
your device which you will find in the menu "Information" -> "Versions" -> "M0:MAIN" -> "Product ID" and
"ProductSN".
The "Dosing" option also activates the "Flow" option if it does not exist by default in the device.
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
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System
Software options
Available options
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Add new option
PID
Datalogger
Dosing
Flow
Concentration
ENTERING
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When an option is ticked, it is activated in the device.
AVAILABLE OPTIONS Read the options available, whether or not activated on the device:
-- PID: enables configuring of a PID function on the device; See section 8.10.14.
-- DATALOGGER: enables the saving of data; See section 8.10.18.
-- DOSING: enables configuring of the "Time dosing" and "Volume dosing" functions; See sections 8.10.15
and 8.10.16. This option automatically activates the "FLOW" option below.
-- FLOW: the "Flow" and "Totaliser" process inputs are available in the "PV" list on both the "M0:MAIN" board
and the input module "Mx:Inputs" (see section 8.16).
-- CONCENTRATION: the concentration tables for a number of solutions are available in the menu "Parameters" -> "Mx:Conductivity" -> "Concentration" (see section 8.10.24).
ACTIVATE AN OPTION: enter the activation code for an option.
8.10.5 Saving the data on the memory card
This function is used to save the user parameters ("Parameters" menu) on the memory card in the M0:MAIN
board or on each module fitted.
• Only authorized personnel may insert in or remove a memory card from the reader/recorder.
• To ensure the tightness of the device, tighten the 4 screws of the cover in a crosswise manner with a
torque of 1.4 N·m ± 20 % (1,03 lbf·ft ± 20 %).
• Data can only be saved if the "datalogging" function is deactivated. See sections 8.10.4 and 8.10.18.
• The software options activated on the device (see previous section) cannot be transferred.
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
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System
Save settings
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M0:MAIN
...
1)
Mx:
1)
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the available
software options and section 8.16 Process inputs or values If an error message is displayed, refer to section 9.3.7.
8.10.6 Loading data from the memory card
This function is used to load data from the memory card, initially saved on it.
The device receiving the data must be identical to the one from which these data originate.
• Check that both devices have the same order code and the same activated software options.
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Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
System
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Load settings
M0:MAIN
...
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1)
Mx:
1)
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the available
software options and section 8.16 Process inputs or values.
If an error message is displayed, refer to section 9.3.8.
8.10.7 Restoring the default parameters of the Process level and
the outputs
This function is used to restore (dynamic key "Yes") the default parameters of the Process level and outputs or
keep (dynamic key "No") the current parameters.
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
System
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Factory reset
M0:MAIN
...
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1)
Mx:
8.10.8 Customising user views 1 to 4
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
Display
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User view 1.4
Type:
None
1 line
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2 lines
4 lines
graph
Title:
ENTERING
Line1...4:
PV:
M0:None
1)
... 2)
Mx:
Unit
3)
Filter
None
Fast
Slow
Period:
y min:
4)
4)
y max:
ENTERING
ENTERING
ENTERING
4)
1)
If "Type" = 1, 2 or 4 "lines"
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 and section 8.16.
2)
3)
The choices offered depend on the choice made in "PV" above
4)
If "Type" = "graph"
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TYPE: Choosing to display 1, 2 or 4 values (on 1, 2 or 4 lines) or a graph in the customised "Ux" view selected.
TITLE: Entering the name displayed in the corresponding "Ux" view. See section 8.4 Entering text.
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3
0
Indicates the number of
the board or module from
which the process value
originates.
1
7 pH
1 S/cm
205 l/min
±43 °C
The title of the view is displayed
here.
MENU
Fig. 44 : Example of a title for a customised view
LINE1 to LINE4: Setting the parameters for the values (1, 2 or 4) displayed in a customised "Ux" view:
-- PV: Select the digital input, the analogue output or the physical parameter to be displayed on the line
selected in this customised view. The options available depend on the modules fitted.
One of the "PVs" in the conductivity module, available for the customised "Ux" views, is "USP" (see
section 8.10.24).
-- UNITS: Select the units in which the digital input, the analogue output or the physical parameter selected is
displayed on the PV function above.
-- FILTER: Select the level of attenuation for the measurement signal on the digital input, the analogue output or
the physical parameter displayed on the line selected. Three levels of attenuation are proposed: "slow" (slow
filtering has a high attenuation effect), "fast" (fast filtering) or "none" (no filtering)
t
30 s
"Slow" filter
6s
t
150 ms
"Fast" filter
t
"No" filter
Fig. 45 : Filtering curves
U1:ph
1
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U2:pH_COND
2
3
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1
1 S/cm
0
MENU
MENU
U3:PROCESS1
3
1
MENU
Fig. 46 : Examples of customised views with 1, 2 and 4 lines
LINE: Set the parameters for the graph displayed in a customised "Ux" view:
-- PERIOD: Enter the graph refresh period in seconds.
-- Y MIN: Enter the minimum value on the vertical axis for the PV selected.
-- Y MAX: Enter the maximum value on the vertical axis for the PV selected.
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±32.00°C
measured value of the process parameter
±15.00°C
MENU
Fig. 47 : Example of a customised view of a graph
8.10.9 Renaming a process variable
To retrieve the original name of a variable, even after modification and saving:
→→Move the selector into the customised name entering area.
→→delete all the characters and save.
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
Display
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PV names
PV:M0:MAIN
M0:MAIN
M1:
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... 1)
Mx:
Edit name
ENTERING
1)
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the available
software options and section 8.16 Process inputs or values.
The entered name appears in the view in Process level. See section 8.4 Entering text.
U4:PROCESS1
1
3
0
1
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pHprocess1
25 mS/cm
25.2 °C
205 l/min
FlowProcess1
Default name of the process variable
Name entered for the process variable
Fig. 48 : Example of a renamed process variable
8.10.10Setting the display contrast and brightness
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
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Display
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→→Set each percentage using
Contrast
ENTERING
Brightness
ENTERING
and
CONTRAST: Choose the display contrast level (as a %).
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BRIGHTNESS: Choose the light intensity of the display (as a %).
8.10.11Configuring an arithmetic function
A
A+B
A-B
A/B
(A/B)[%]
(1-A/B)[%]
(A/B-1)[%]
B
Fx : A+B
A-B
A/B
A/B[%]
(1-A/B)[%]
(A/B-1)[%]
Fig. 49 : Arithmetic functions
The functional block is used to calculate the image using one of the arithmetic functions available for 2 variables,
A and B, selected from the process variables available. Variables A and B must be of a kind and in identical units.
Moreover, A and/or B may be the result of a function already used:
Function
A+B
A-B
A/B
A/B[%]
(1 - A/B)[%]
(A/B - 1)[%]
Calculation made
Sum of 2 variables, A and B
Subtraction between the 2 variables, A and B
Ratio between the 2 variables, A and B
Passage rate
Rejection rate
Deviation rate
Once the function has been configured and activated, the result "Fx:" calculated is available in the list of
process variables on the "M0:MAIN" board. This list appears in the output configuring, user view configuring and datalogging menus to:
• Assign the result "Fx:" calculated to a physical output (analogue, AO, or digital, DO) (see sections
8.10.21 and 8.10.22).
• Display the result "Fx:" on one of the user defined "Ux" views: see section 8.10.8.
• Logging the values of "Fx:" using the datalogger: see section 8.10.18.
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
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Functions
F1...F6:
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None
Type:
A+B
Name:
ENTERING
A-B
Status:
ON
A/B
A/B[%]
(1-A/B)[%]
OFF
PV A: / PV B:
M0:MAIN
M1:
(A/B-1)[%]
... 1)
Mx:
Filter:
None
Fast
Slow
1)
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the available
software options and section 8.16 Process inputs or values.
TYPE: Indicates the function chosen.
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NAME: Rename the function chosen. See section 8.4 Entering text. This name appears in the view associated
with this function in Process level.
STATUS: Used to activate (choose "ON") or deactivate (choose "OFF") the view of the function selected in
Process level.
PV A (or PV B): Combine a physical parameter (or the result of one of the functions, F1 to F6, already used)
with variable A (or B). Variables A and B must be of the same value type and have the same unit.
FILTER: Choose the level of attenuation of the input variables. See Fig. 45 : Filtering curves.
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Value of variable A
0
57 L/min
Value of variable B
0
205 L/min
MENU
Result of the function A+B
Fig. 50 : Example of a view of an active arithmetic function in Process level
8.10.12Configuring a "PROP" proportional function
This function is used to scale a process input (PV):
System switch
100%
Process
input (PV)
"PROP" function
fallback
position
result Fx: (CMD)
0%
PV-
PV+
Fig. 51 : "PROP" proportional function
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Once the function has been configured and activated, the result "Fx:" calculated is available in the list of
process variables on the "M0:MAIN" board. This list appears in the output configuring, user view configuring and datalogging menus to:
• Assign the result "Fx:" calculated to a physical output (analogue, AO, or digital, DO) (see sections
8.10.21 and 8.10.22).
• Display the result "Fx:" on one of the user defined "Ux" views: see section 8.10.8.
• Logging the values of "Fx:" using the datalogger: see section 8.10.18.
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Parameters
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Functions
PROP
F1...F6:
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Type:
Name:
ENTERING
Status:
ON
OFF
PV:
M0:MAIN
M1:
...
1)
Mx:
PV range:
PV filter:
PV-:
ENTERING
PV+:
ENTERING
None
Fast
Slow
Lim-
ENTERING
Lim+
ENTERING
CMD SAFE:
Mode:
ON
OFF
Value:
ENTERING
1)
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the available
software options and section 8.16 Process inputs or values.
TYPE: Indicates the function chosen (here, "PROP").
NAME: Rename the function chosen. See section 8.4 Entering text. This name appears on the view associated
with this function in Process level.
STATUS: Used to activate (choose "ON") or deactivate (choose "OFF") the function selected.
PV: Choose the process input for the function.
PV RANGE: Enter the minimum ("PVScale-" ) and maximum ("PVScale+") values of the process input.
PV FILTER: Choose the level of attenuation of the chosen process value. See Fig. 45 : Filtering curves.
LIM-: Enter the lower limit on the output.
LIM+: Enter the upper limit on the output.
Fx: CMD1
100%
Lim+
Lim0%
PV-
PV+
PV
Fig. 52 : Using the "LIM-" and "LIM+" parameters on a "PROP" function
CMD SAFE: Confirm (select "Mode: ON") or do not confirm (select "Mode:OFF") the use of a fallback position
on the output when the "System switch" event (see section 8.10.17) has the state "ON". When use of the
fallback position is confirmed, enter a fallback position value of between 0 and 100% for each output.
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Value of the process variable selected
0 CMD1
13.00 %
MENU
Result of the function, in automatic mode
MANUAL
press this dynamic key to activate manual
mode
F1:PROP
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PV
0
CMD1
250.2 µS/cm
13.00 %
MENU
Value of the process variable selected
Result of the function
CMD AUTO
press this dynamic key to activate automatic
mode
press this dynamic key to set the percentage manually
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CMD1
Set the percentage using
12%
and
0% 100%
RETURN
press this dynamic key to force the percentage to 100
press this dynamic key to force the percentage to 0
Fig. 53 : Examples of a view of a "PROP" function in Process level and switch to manual or automatic mode
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8.10.13Configuring an "ONOFF" control function
This function is used to set the on/off control.
A conductivity control system can be combined with the "time dosing" function (see section 8.10.15) to carry out
a purging step before dosing.
Once the function has been configured and activated, the result "Fx:" calculated is available in the list of
process variables on the "M0:MAIN" board. This list appears in the output configuring, user view configuring and datalogging menus to:
• Assign the result "Fx:" calculated to a physical output (analogue, AO, or digital, DO) (see sections
8.10.21 and 8.10.22).
• Display the result "Fx:" on one of the user defined "Ux" views: see section 8.10.8.
• Logging the values of "Fx:" using the datalogger: see section 8.10.18.
Setpoint (SP)
System
switch
prebleed
ONOFF
Process input
(PV)
fallback
position
result (Fx: CMD1)
"Time dosing"
function ("Dos. St.")
Fig. 54 : "ONOFF" function
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1
250.0 PV
Value of the process variable chosen
1
500.0
Value of the setpoint
0
0
µS/cm
SP-PV:
%
CMD1
0.00
No Link F3 Dos.St
Result of the ONOFF function
No associated time dosing
MENU SP-PV:
press this dynamic key to enter the setpoint value.
Fig. 55 : Example of a view of an "ONOFF" function in Process level with no associated time dosing
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Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
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Functions
F1...F6:
ONOFF
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Type:
Name:
ENTERING
Status:
ON
OFF
PV:
M0:MAIN
M1:
...
1)
Mx:
SP:
ENTERING
PV range
PV-:
ENTERING
PV+:
ENTERING
PV filter:
None
Fast
Slow
Hysteresis
ENTERING
Inversion
ON
OFF
MaxONtime:
Status:
ON
OFF
Prebleed
Value:
ENTERING
Status:
ON
OFF
CMD SAFE
PBLIMIT1:
ENTERING
PBLIMIT2:
ENTERING
Mode:
ON
OFF
Value:
ENTERING
1)
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the available
software options and section 8.16 Process inputs or values.
TYPE: Indicates the function chosen.
NAME: Rename the function chosen. See section 8.4 Entering text. This name appears in the view associated
with this function in Process level.
STATUS: Used to activate (choose "ON") or deactivate (choose "OFF") the function selected.
PV: Choose the process input for the function from the list suggested by the device. This process input may be a
measured physical parameter, an analogue output or the result of another active configured function.
SP: Enter the setpoint value.
PV RANGE: Enter the minimum ("PVScale-" ) and maximum ("PVScale+") values of the process input.
PV FILTER: Choose the level of attenuation of the chosen process value. See Fig. 45 : Filtering curves.
HYSTERESIS: Enter a hysteresis value for the switching point.
INVERSION: Used to invert (choose "ON") or not (choose "OFF") the operating direction of switching. See Fig.
56 : Non-inverted and inverted hysteresis mode.
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Fx: CMD1
non-inverted mode
hysteresis
100%
Fx: CMD1
inverted mode
hysteresis
100%
0%
PV parameter
Setpoint
0%
PV parameter
Setpoint
Fig. 56 : Non-inverted and inverted hysteresis mode
MAXONTIME: Enter the max. authorised duration of output control: after this period, the output is deactivated.
conductivity
standard setpoint
prebleed setpoint
"PBLIMITx"
t
CMD1
1
0
Title "Tdos state"
(see Fig. 58)
change of status if "PBLIMIT" is reached or
"MAXONTIME" exceeded
"OFF"
"OFF": pending dosing
"BLEED" "ON"
"WAIT"
time dosing cycle, priority on the
controller
"BLEED" prebleed in progress
"ON" dosing in progress
"WAIT" : waiting time; see page 88
Fig. 57 : Combination of "ONOFF" and "TIME DOSING" functions on a conductivity measurement
PREBLEED: Define (choose "ON") or not (choose "OFF") the ONOFF function for controlling a conductivity
function as a prebleed function associated with a time dosing function ("Time Dosing": see section 8.10.15).
When prebleed is activated, enter the prebleed setpoint value:
-- LIM CA1:Enter the prebleed setpoint for channel 1 on the associated "Time Dosing" function.
-- LIM CA2:Enter the prebleed setpoint for channel 2 on the associated "Time Dosing" function.
A setpoint value must be entered in which is less than or equal to the conductivity setpoint of the ON/OFF
regulator.
The prebleed lowers the fluid conductivity to a value less than the standard setpoint value of the ON/OFF regulator. The prebleed setpoint "LIM CAx", when enabled, takes priority over the standard setpoint of the regulator
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CMD SAFE: Confirm (select "Mode: ON") or do not confirm (select "Mode:OFF") the use of a fallback position
on the output when the "System switch" event (see section 8.10.7) has the state "ON". When use of the fallback
position is confirmed, enter a fallback position value of between 0 and 100% for each output.
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1
250.0 PV
Measured value of the process variable chosen
1
500.0
Value of the standard setpoint
0
0
MENU SP-PV:
µS/cm
SP-PV:
%
CMD1
0.00
Off F3 Dos.St
press this dynamic key to enter
the setpoint value.
result of the ONOFF function
Associated Time dosing; dosing status is "Off".
See Fig. 57 : Combination of "ONOFF" and "TIME DOSING" functions on a conductivity measurement for the various states of a dosing operation
Fig. 58 : Example of a view, in Process level, of the ONOFF function associated with a time dosing function
8.10.14Configuring a PID (proportional integral derivative) control
function
This function is available as an option. See section 8.10.4
Splimit
system
switch
PID function
Direction of the
actuator
Demarcation of
the result
Fallback
position
result
(Fx:PID1)
PID function
Direction of the
actuator
Demarcation of
the result
Fallback
position
result
(Fx:PID2)
Two channels
Process
input (PV)
Cutoff
A single
channel
Setpoint
(internal or
external)
(SP)
Fig. 59 : PID function
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Once the function has been configured and activated, the result "Fx:" calculated is available in the list of
process variables on the "M0:MAIN" board. This list appears in the output configuring, user view configuring and datalogging menus to:
• Assign the result "Fx:" calculated to a physical output (analogue, AO, or digital, DO) (see sections
8.10.21 and 8.10.22).
• Display the result "Fx:" on one of the user defined "Ux" views: see section 8.10.8.
• Logging the values of "Fx:" using the datalogger: see section 8.10.18.
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
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Functions
F1...F6:
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PID
Type: PID
Name:
ENTERING
Status:
ON
OFF
Setup
See I. Configuring the PID
function
Parameters
See II. Entering the
parameters for the PID
function
TYPE: Indicates the function chosen (here, PID).
NAME: Rename the function chosen. See section 8.4 Entering text. This name appears in the view associated
with this function in Process level.
STATUS: Used to activate (choose "ON") or deactivate (choose "OFF") the function.
To configure the PID function in 2 steps: see I. Configuring the PID function and II. Entering the parameters for
the PID function
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I. Configuring the PID function
Refer to section 8.9 to access the Parameters menu.
Parameters
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Functions
F1...F6:
PID
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Setup
Channel:
Single
Dual
PV:
M0:MAIN
... 1)
Mx:
SP Type:
internal
external
SP:
M0:MAIN
2)
... 1)
Mx:
PV range
Reg type:
PV-:
ENTERING
PV+:
ENTERING
Mode:
Linear
non-linear
3)
CMD Direction
Low:
ENTERING
High:
ENTERING
Channel 1/2
Rise
Fall
.
.
.
Advanced
See page 82
1)
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the available
software options and section 8.16 Process inputs or values.
2)
This function is present if "SP Type" = "external"
3)
These functions are present if "Reg. Type Mode" = "non-linear"
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0
64.91 PV
0
0.166 SP-PV:
0
Measured value of the process
variable chosen
Value of the setpoint
L/min
%
0
MENU SP-PV:
0.00 CMD1
%
6.48 CMD2
Result of the PID function (channel 1)
MANUAL
Result of the PID function (channel 2)
press this dynamic key to activate manual
mode
press this dynamic key to
enter the setpoint value.
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0
64.91 PV
0
0.166 SP-PV:
0
L/min
%
0.00 CMD1
%
6.48 CMD2
0
MENU
CMD AUTO
press this dynamic key to activate automatic
mode
press this dynamic key to set the percentage manually
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CMD1
Set the percentage using
12%
and
0% 100%
RETURN CMD2
press this dynamic key to set channel
2
press this dynamic key to force the percentage to 100
press this dynamic key to force the percentage to 0
Fig. 60 : Example of a view, in Process level, of the PID function, and switching to manual or automatic mode
CHANNEL: Choose to use a single control loop (choose "Single") or a control loop with 2 outputs, each with a
set of parameters (choose "Dual").
"Dual" mode is used, for example, to control the pH with an acid output and a base output: when the "acid"
output is controlled, the "base" output is at zero and vice versa.
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PV: Choose the process input from the list displayed by the device. This value may be a measurement input or the
result of the function.
SP TYPE: Choose between an internal setpoint value (choose "internal") or an external setpoint value (choose
"external"; then select the parameter used as the setpoint from the list in the "SP-PV" function below).
SP: Choose the parameter used as the external setpoint for the function.
PV RANGE: Enter the minimum ("PVRange-") and maximum ("PVRange+") measurement values of the process
input.
REG TYPE: Choose a linear control mode (choose "linear") or non-linear control mode (choose "non-linear"; then
enter under "Low" and "High" the 2 process input thresholds outside of which the "Drift" part is deactivated).
pH
"PI" function (D = 0)
"High" value
Setpoint value
"PID" function
"Low" value
"PI" function (D = 0)
Reagent
Fig. 61 : Example of non-linear control of the pH
CMD DIRECTION: Choose the control direction for the function (CMD1 or CMD2 respectively): ascending
(choose "Rise") or descending (choose "Fall").
Fx / CMD
100%
Rise
Fall
0%
100%
Output calculated by the function
Fig. 62 : CMD DIRECTION graphs
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Parameters
Functions
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F1...F6:
PID
.
.
.
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Setup
Advanced
SP limits:
Status:
ON
OFF
CutOff:
SPlimits-
ENTERING
SPlimits+:
ENTERING
Mode:
OFF
CutCut+
Cut-Cut+
CMD SAFE
Cut-:
ENTERING
Cut+:
ENTERING
Mode:
ON
OFF
Inversion
Channel 1/2:
ENTERING
Channel 1/2:
ON
OFF
SP LIMITS: Set the low and high limits of the setpoint value in order to limit the working range of the setpoint.
CUTOFF: Force or do not force the module output to 0% or 100% if the setpoint value is outside a range defined
by "Cut-" and "Cut+", or under the low range "Cut-", or above the high range "Cut+".
5
4
3
2
1
5
4
3
2
1
Cut+
100
99
98
97
96
Cut-
100
99
98
97
96
setpoint (SP)
Cut+
Fx: (CMD) (%)
Cut-
Fx: (CMD) (%)
setpoint (SP)
Fig. 63 : "CUTOFF" graphs
CMD SAFE: Confirm (select "Mode: ON") or do not confirm (select "Mode:OFF") the use of a fallback position
on the output when the "System switch" event (see section 8.10.17) has the state "ON". When use of the
fallback position is confirmed, enter a fallback position value of between 0 and 100% for each output.
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INVERSION: Used to invert (choose "ON") or not (choose "OFF") the operating direction of the output
depending on the indication of the difference between setpoint (SP) and measurement (PV). This function is used
in particular in an acid-base regulation.
Fx: (CMD)
Fx: (CMD)
non-inverted mode
100%
inverted mode
100%
0%
Process measurement
Setpoint (SP)
0%
Setpoint (SP)
Process
measurement
Fig. 64 : Operating direction of the output, non-inverted or inverted
II. Entering the parameters for the PID function
Refer to section 8.9 to access the Parameters menu.
Parameters
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device is being parametered............
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Functions
F1...F6:
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device is being parametered............
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Parameters
PID
Sample time:
ENTERING
PV filter:
None
Fast
Slow
SP-PV:
ENTERING
Channel 1/2
Dead band:
ENTERING
Kp:
ENTERING
Tn:
ENTERING
Tv:
ENTERING
Advanced
X0:
ENTERING
Lim-:
ENTERING
Lim+:
ENTERING
State OFF:
ENTERING
SAMPLE TIME: Define the sampling time (between 0.1 and 60 s).
SP: Enter the setpoint value.
PV FILTER: Choose the level of attenuation of the chosen process value. See Fig. 45 : Filtering curves.
DEADBAND: Define the percentage, from 0 to 100%, of the deadband around the setpoint value.
KP: Define the proportional gain applied to the difference between the setpoint value and the measured value.
TN: This parameter represents the integral part of the PID module used to eliminate the static error between the
measurement and the setpoint. Enter a value of between 0.1 and 9999 seconds (default value: 9999 s).
TV: This parameter represents the drift part of the PID module used to react quickly to variations in measurement
or setpoint and anticipate variations on the controller. Use this variable on slow processes. Enter a value of
between 0.0 and 9999 seconds (default value: 0.0 s).
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If the system becomes unstable, the "TV" value set is too high: reduce it as quickly as possible.
X0: Enter the working point of the output, from 0 to 100%.
LIM- and LIM+: Some actuators (proportional solenoid valves) work over a reduced range (for example
40 - 80 %). The parameters "Lim-" and "Lim+" enable a correspondence between the working range of the
actuator and that of the 8619: see Fig. 65.
STATE OFF: When scaling of the output is configured using the parameters "Lim-" and "Lim+", the parameter
"STATE OFF" is used to guarantee the output setting to 0% or 100% to prevent a permanent command subsisting on the actuator terminals.
∆ = "state off" x ("Lim+" - "Lim-")
i.e. a proportional solenoid valve operating between a command of 40% and 80%.
Then set parameters "Lim-" = 40 % and "Lim+" = 80 %
If "state OFF" = 2 %, then ∆ = 2 % x (80 - 40) = 0.8 %
Therefore, when the actual output is below 40 + 0.8 = 40.8%, the command switches to 0% and when the
actual output is above 80 – 0.8 = 79.2 %, the command switches to 100 %.
Fx: (CMD)
100%
Lim+ = 80%
∆
80%
Lim- = 40%
∆
40%
0%
100%
Theoretical output
calculated
Fig. 65 : Example of "Lim-", "Lim+" and "State OFF" parameter setting
8.10.15Configuring a time dosing cycle
This function is available as an option. See section 8.10.4
It is used to add one or two products to the process, either at regular intervals ("DoMode" = "Period"), or
according to the days of the week ("DoMode" = "Week"). The quantity added is proportional to the time open
(programmable) of the command unit.
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system switch
real time clock
channel 1
channel 2
fallback
position 1
result (Fx: CMD1)
fallback
position 2
result (Fx: CMD2)
Process input (PV)
Fig. 66 : "Time dosing" function
Once the function has been configured and activated, the result "Fx:" calculated is available in the list of
process variables on the "M0:MAIN" board. This list appears in the output configuring, user view configuring and datalogging menus to:
• Assign the result "Fx:" calculated to a physical output (analogue, AO, or digital, DO) (see sections
8.10.21 and 8.10.22).
• Display the result "Fx:" on one of the user defined "Ux" views: see section 8.10.8.
• Logging the values of "Fx:" using the datalogger: see section 8.10.18.
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F5:TDOS
0
0
0
0
MENU
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%
0.00 CMD1
10/01/02 09:00
%
100.0 CMD2
MANUAL
Date and time of the next dosing cycle (updated at the end of the dosing
cycle on channel 1)
Result of the command (channel 1)
Date and time of the next dosing cycle (updated at the end of the dosing
cycle on channel 2)
Result of the command (channel 2)
press this dynamic key to activate manual mode
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0
10/01/02 09:00
%
0.00 CMD1
0
0
0
10/01/02 09:00
%
100.0 CMD2
MENU
CMD AUTO
press this dynamic key to activate automatic mode
press this dynamic key to set the percentage manually to 0 or 100
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when the
device is being parametered............
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CMD1
0%
0% 100%
RETURN CMD2
press this dynamic key to set channel
2
press this dynamic key to force the percentage to 100
press this dynamic key to force the percentage to 0
Fig. 67 :
Example of a view, in Process level, of the "time dosing" function
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Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
This is
when the
device is being parametered............
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Functions
F1...F6:
This is
when the
device is being parametered............
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TIME DOSING
Type:
Name:
ENTERING
Status:
OFF
ON
Channel:
Single
Dual
Channel 1/2:
Mode:
OFF
2)
Period
Week
Status:
3)
Start:
3)
Period:
3)
Duration:
OFF
ON
ENTERING
ENTERING
ENTERING
3)
Waiting time:
ENTERING
Monday..Sunday
Évent1 / 2
4)
Status:
OFF
ON
ON/OFF FX:
Start:
ENTERING
Duration:
ENTERING
Fx:ONOFF
1)
CMD SAFE
Status:
OFF
ON
Channel 1/2:
ENTERING
"Fx:" represents the ONOFF function declared "active"
1)
"Channel2" is present if "Channel" = "Dual"
2)
These functions are present only if "Mode" = "Period"
3)
These functions are present only if "Mode" = "Week"
4)
TYPE: Indicates the function chosen.
NAME: Rename the function chosen. See section 8.4 Entering text. This name appears in the view associated
with this function in Process level.
STATUS: Used to activate (choose "ON") or deactivate (choose "OFF") the function.
CHANNEL: Choose to dose a chemical product (choose "Single") via 1 channel or two chemical products
(choose "Dual") via 2 different channels.
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CHANNEL 1/CHANNEL 2: Set the parameters for channel 1 and, if "CHANNEL" = "DUAL", channel 2.
-- MODE: Choose to deactivate (choose "OFF") channel 1 or 2 or to configure the channel in dosing mode at
regular intervals (choose "Period") or dosing according to the days of the week (choose "Week"). See details
below for each mode.
Configure "channel1" or "channel2" in "Period" mode, dosing at regular intervals:
-- STATUS: Choose to activate (choose "ON") or deactivate (choose "OFF") the channel.
-- START: Define the time of the first dosing of the day. The subsequent dosing cycles will be run at the
intervals defined in "PERIOD" below.
-- PERIOD: Define the interval between 2 dosing cycles.
-- DURATION: Define the duration of the dosing cycle.
-- WAITING TIME: Define the waiting time during which no new dosing cycles can be started, particularly
when time dosing is associated with an ONOFF function (see section 8.10.13).
"period" = 9 h
"duration" = 30 min.
24 1 2 3 4 5
10
13
15
20
22
24 1 2
5
7
h
"start" = 4 h
Fig. 68 : Example of configuring in "Period" mode
Configure "channel1" or "channel2" in "Week" mode, dosing according to the days of the week:
In this mode, 1 or 2 dosing cycles (or "events") for the same product (in the same channel) can be configured for
each day of the week ("Monday" to "Sunday").
-- STATUS: Choose to activate (choose "ON") or deactivate (choose "OFF") the channel.
-- WAITING TIME: Define the waiting time during which no new dosing cycles can be started, particularly
when time dosing is associated with an ONOFF function (see section 8.10.13).
-- START: Define the start time of the dosing cycle for this day of the week.
-- DURATION: Define the duration of the dosing cycle.
Monday Tuesday WednesdayThursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday ....
T
T
T
T
T
T
"event2"
event1"
• T = "duration"
• "event 1" = 1st dosing cycle for this day of the week
• "event 2" = second dosing cycle for this day of the week
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T
"start"
T
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ON/OFF FX: Combine the TIME DOSING function with an ONOFF function (see section 8.10.13) for a conductivity measurement only in order to ensure prebleed of the system. Configure and activate the "ONOFF" function
before this "TIME DOSING" function so that it appears in this menu.
CMD SAFE: Confirm (select "Mode: ON") or do not confirm (select "Mode:OFF") the use of a fallback position
on the output when the "System switch" event (see section 8.10.17) has the state "ON". When use of the
fallback position is confirmed, enter a fallback position value of between 0 and 100% for each output.
• The time base is the one set in the "Date" and "Time" functions in the "Parameters" menu. See section
8.10.1
• When the "time dosing" function is already operational, modifying one of its parameters resets the
function.
• A new dosing cycle on the same channel cannot start until the previous dosing cycle has finished.
• Channels 1 and 2 operate independently of each other.
• When a dosing cycle is running on one of the channels, a new dosing cycle on the other channel is run
according to the following rules:
-- when the current cycle is in prebleed phase, the lowest prebleed setpoint "PBLIMIT" of the 2 cycles
is taken into account. Moreover, the longest prebleed duration of the 2 cycles is taken into account.
-- The prebleed phase on the new dosing cycle is not run if the current cycle is in dosing or waiting
phase.
-- It is only when both cycles are finished that the conductivity controller takes over.
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8.10.16Configuring a "Volume Dosing" function
This function is available as an option. See section 8.10.4
This function is used to add a product to a process during a predefined period after a predefined volume of fluid
has been totalised.
setpoint (SP)
system switch
process input (DI1/
DI2)
real time clock
volume
dosing
fallback
position
result (F: CMD1)
Fig. 70 : "Volume dosing" function
Once the function has been configured and activated, the result "Fx:" calculated is available in the list of
process variables on the "M0:MAIN" board. This list appears in the output configuring, user view configuring and datalogging menus to:
• Assign the result "Fx:" calculated to a physical output (analogue, AO, or digital, DO) (see sections
8.10.21 and 8.10.22).
• Display the result "Fx:" on one of the user defined "Ux" views: see section 8.10.8.
• Logging the values of "Fx:" using the datalogger: see section 8.10.18.
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F6:VDOS
0
0
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22788 PV
400.0
0
0.00
Total volume metered, in the chosen unit of volume
L
SP-PV:
Value of the setpoint
%
CMD1
MENU SP-PV:
Result of the function
MANUAL
press this dynamic key to activate manual
mode 1)
press this dynamic key to
enter the setpoint value.
F6:VDOS
0
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22788 PV
L
0
400.0 SP-PV:
0
0.00 CMD1
%
MENU
CMD AUTO
press this dynamic key to activate automatic
mode 1)
press this dynamic key to set the percentage manually
This is
when the
device is being parametered............
....................
CMD1
0%
0% 100%
RETURN
press this dynamic key to force the percentage to 100
press this dynamic key to force the percentage to 0
Switching from manual mode to automatic mode and vice versa resets the function.
1)
Fig. 71 : Example of a view, in Process level, of the "volume dosing" function, and switching to manual or automatic mode
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Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
This is
when the
device is being parametered............
....................
F1...F6:
Functions
VOL. DOSING
This is
when the
device is being parametered............
....................
Type:
Name:
ENTERING
Status:
OFF
ON
PV:
M0:MAIN
None
DI1 Pulse
DI2 Pulse
Mx:
None
L
Unit
m3
gal
Igal
Volume:
ENTERING
Dosing time
ENTERING
CMD SAFE
Status:
OFF
ON
Value:
ENTERING
TYPE: Indicates the function chosen.
NAME : Rename the function chosen. See section 8.4 Entering text. This name appears in the view associated
with this function in Process level.
STATUS : Used to activate (choose "ON") or deactivate (choose "OFF") the function.
PV: Define the digital input "DI1" or "DI2" as the volume metering base.
UNITS: Choose the unit of volume.
VOLUME: Enter the volume to be metered.
DOSING TIME: Enter the duration of dosing.
CMD SAFE: Confirm (select "Mode: ON") or do not confirm (select "Mode:OFF") the use of a fallback position
on the output when the "System switch" event (see section 8.10.17) has the state "ON". When use of the
fallback position is confirmed, enter a fallback position value of between 0 and 100% for each output.
"volume" = v1+v2+v3+v4+v5+v6
v2 v3
"volume"
"volume"
"dosing time"
Fig. 72 : Example of the "volume dosing" function
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8.10.17Configuring the "System switch" event
The "System switch" event can be used to force the result of a function using the "CMD SAFE" menu for this
function. The outputs of the function switch automatically to the values set in the "CMD safe" menu of each
function, when the "System switch" event is at "ON".
On/off
Process input ("PV")
"system switch" event
Hysteresis
Window
Fig. 73 : "System switch" event
Once the "System switch" event has been configured and activated, it is available in the list of process
variables on the "M0:MAIN" board. This list appears in the user view configuring and datalogging menus
to:
• Display the "System switch" event on one of the user defined "Ux" views: see section 8.10.8.
• Logging the values of the "System switch" event using the datalogger: see section 8.10.18.
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
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device is being parametered............
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System switch
Functions
Mode:
On/Off
Hysteresis
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Window
M0:MAIN
PV:
M1:
...
1)
Mx:
Low:
2)
High:
ENTERING
ENTERING
2)
Invert:
No
Yes
Delay:
ENTERING
1)
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the available
software options and section 8.16 Process inputs or values.
2)
These functions are present if "Mode" ≠ "TOR"
MODE: Choose the switching mode: "On/Off", "hysteresis" or "window".
Configuring in "On/Off" mode
PV: Choose a process input with 2 states, ON or OFF, associated with the "System switch" event.
INVERT: Invert the event or not.
DELAY: Choose the value of the time-out before switching.
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Configuring in "Hysteresis" mode
The output status changes when a threshold is reached:
• by increasing process input value, the output status changes when the high threshold is reached.
• by decreasing process input value, the output status changes when the low threshold is reached.
not inverted
contact
ON
OFF
contact
inverted
ON
Low High Process input ("PV")
OFF
Low High Process input ("PV")
Fig. 74 : Hysteresis mode
PV: Choose the process input associated with the "System switch" event.
LOW: Choose the value of the low switching threshold.
HIGH: Choose the value of the high switching threshold.
INVERT: Invert the event or not.
DELAY: Choose the value of the time-out before switching. This is valid for both thresholds, "Low" and "High".
Switching is only done if one of the thresholds, high or low, is exceeded for a duration longer than this time-out.
Configuring in "Window" mode
The output status changes as soon as any threshold (low or high) is reached.
not inverted
contact
inverted
ON
ON
OFF
contact
Low High Process input ("PV")
OFF
Low High Process input ("PV")
Fig. 75 : Window mode
PV: Choose the process input associated with the "System switch" event.
LOW: Choose the value of the low switching threshold.
HIGH: Choose the value of the high switching threshold.
INVERT: Invert the event or not.
DELAY: Choose the value of the time-out before switching. This is valid for both thresholds, "Low" and "High".
Switching is only done if one of the thresholds, high or low, is exceeded for a duration longer than this time-out.
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8.10.18Datalogging (datalogger)
This function is available as an option. See section 8.10.4
This function is used to log the measurement history of one to sixteen process inputs ("PV") on the memory card
at regular intervals defined in the "Period" function.
Risk of data loss
• Set the "status" of the function to "OFF" before removing the memory card from the device.
• Do not remove the memory card from the device when a file is being written.
• Do not switch off the electrical power source when a file is being written.
• If the datalogging is unintentionally interrupted, check the memory card on a PC and format it if necessary before reuse in the 8619.
• In the event of problems during recording, the X
icon is displayed. For more information, access
the "Information -> Log" menu and consult the error table in section 9.3.2.
1 to 16 process inputs
("PV")
...
data storage
memory card
real time clock
Fig. 76 : Datalogger
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
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Datalogger
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Status:
OFF
ON
Period:
ENTERING
Max lines:
ENTERING
PV1...PV8:
M0:MAIN
PV9...PV16:
M1:
...
1)
Mx:
1)
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the available
software options and section 8.16 Process inputs or values.
STATUS: Choose to activate (choose "ON") or deactivate (choose "OFF") the datalogger function.
PERIOD: Choose the data storage interval (in seconds), if datalogging is activated.
MAX LINES : Enter the maximum number of lines that a data file contains. The files are saved under "DL000000"
to "DL999999".
PV1 to PV8 or PV9 to PV16: Choose the process input for which the values are logged.
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8.10.19Choosing the units for the totalisers
This function is available on the devices with analysis modules if the software option, "FLOW", is activated. See
section 8.10.4
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
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M0:Inputs
DI1/DI2
Totaliser unit A
Totaliser unit B
Mx:Inputs
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The function makes it possible to select the units of the totalisers.
8.10.20Configuring the analogue inputs
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
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Mx:Inputs
AI1/AI2
Mode:
None
Current
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Voltage
Range:
0-20 mA
4-20mA
0-2V
0-5V
0-10V
Format:
if "Mode" = "Current"
if "Mode" = "Voltage"
0
0.0
0.00
0.000
Unit
List of untis
Manual entry
0 mA/4 mA:
ENTERING
20 mA:
ENTERING
0V:
2V/5V/10V:
ENTERING
ENTERING
Filter:
None
if "Mode" = "Current"
if "Mode" = "Voltage"
Fast
Slow
Mode: Choose the input signal type, current or voltage.
RANGE: Choose the range of the input signal, depending on the choice made in "MODE".
FORMAT: Choose the number of displayed decimals.
Units: Choose the units of the process input associated to the input signal within a predefined list or enter it.
0/4 mA: Enter the value of the previously selected process variable, which is associated to a 0/4 mA input
current. Instead of being entered, the value can be automatically determined using the function "PV calibration" in
the menu "Calibration -> Mx:Inputs -> AI1 or AI2". See section .8.11.8.
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20 mA: Enter the value of the previously selected process variable, which is associated to a 20 mA input current.
Instead of being entered, the value can be automatically determined using the function "PV calibration" in the
menu "Calibration -> Mx:Inputs -> AI1 or AI2". See section 8.11.8.
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0V: Enter the value of the previously selected process variable, which is associated to a 0 V input voltage. Instead
of being entered, the value can be automatically determined using the function "PV calibration" in the menu "Calibration -> Mx:Inputs -> AI1 or AI2". See section 8.11.8.
2/5/10V: Enter the value of the previously selected process variable, which is associated to a 2/5/10 V input
voltage. Instead of being entered, the value can be automatically determined using the function "PV calibration" in
the menu "Calibration -> Mx:Inputs -> AI1 or AI2". See section 8.11.8.
P1 and P2 are the values of the process variables which are associated to the selected input range.
Process variable
P2
P1
4................................20 mA
0................................................20 mA
0................................................2 V
0................................................5 V
0................................................10 V
Range of the input signal
Fig. 77 : Configuring an analogue input
FILTER: Choose the level of attenuation for the fluctuations of the current or voltage value. See Fig. 45 : Filtering
curves.
8.10.21Setting the parameters of the current outputs
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
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device is being parametered............
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M0:Outputs
AO1/AO2
PV:
M0:MAIN
M1:
...
Mx:Outputs
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1)
Mx:
4 mA:
ENTERING
20 mA:
ENTERING
Filter:
None
Fast
Slow
Diag. event
None
22 mA
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the available
software options and section 8.16 Process inputs or values.
1)
PV: Choose the process input associated with the current output.
4 mA: Choose the value of the process input previously selected, associated with a current of 4 mA, for each
current output. See Fig. 78.
20 mA: Choose the value of the process input previously selected, associated with a current of 20 mA, for each
current output. See Fig. 78.
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P1 and P2 are the values associated with a current of 4 mA or 20 mA respectively.
If P1 is higher than P2, the signal is inverted and the range P1-P2 corresponds to the range for the
20-4 mA current.
mA
20
4
0
P1
P2
Fig. 78 : 4-20 mA current depending on the PV selected
FILTER: Choose the level of attenuation for the fluctuations of the current value for each current output. See Fig.
45 : Filtering curves.
DIAG. EVENT : Choose to emit a current of 22 mA on the current output selected when an "error" event related
to diagnostics (see sections 8.12.2 to 8.12.6) is generated by the 8619 or allow the current output to operate
normally (choose "none").
See also "If you encounter problems" in section 9.3.
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8.10.22Setting the parameters of the digital outputs
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
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M0:Outputs
DO1/DO2
Mode:
On/Off
Mode:On/Off
PV:
M0:MAIN
M1:
Mx:Outputs
...
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1)
Mx:
Invert:
No
Yes
Delay:
Hysteresis
Window
ENTERING
Mode:Hyst/Win
PV:
M0:MAIN
M1:
...
1)
Mx:
Low:
ENTERING
High:
ENTERING
Invert:
No
Yes
Delay:
FastPWM
ENTERING
Mode: FastPWM
PV:
M0:MAIN
M1:
...
1)
Mx:
0%
ENTERING
100 %
ENTERING
Invert:
No
Yes
Frequency:
PWM
ENTERING
Mode:PWM
PV:
M0:MAIN
M1:
...
1)
Mx:
0%
ENTERING
100%
ENTERING
Invert:
No
Yes
Period:
ENTERING
Min ON time:
ENTERING
1)
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the available
software options and section 8.16 Process inputs or values.
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Parameters
M0:Outputs
DO1/DO2
Mode:
PFM
Mode:PFM
PV:
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M0:MAIN
M1:
Mx:Outputs
...
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device is being parametered............
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1)
Mx:
0%
ENTERING
100%
ENTERING
Invert:
No
Yes
Pulse
Max. freq.:
ENTERING
Pulse width:
ENTERING
Mode:Pulse
2)
Input:
DI1
DI2
Pulse:
ENTERING
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the available
software options and section 8.16 Process inputs or values.
1)
Function possible only for the DO1 and DO2 outputs on the MAIN board
2)
MODE: Choose the switching mode for the digital output selected.
Configuring in "On/Off" mode
PV: Choose a process input with 2 states, ON or OFF, associated with the output.
One of the "PVs" on the M0:MAIN board, available in "On/Off" mode, is the "warning" event. Such an
event is generated when the calibration date expires and/or during the monitoring of certain process
parameters (see section 8.11.18, 8.11.19, and 8.12.2 to 8.12.6). When the "warning" event is associated
with a digital output, the output switches whenever such an event is generated by the 8619. See also "If
you encounter problems" in section 9.3.
One of the "PVs" in the conductivity module, available in "ON/OFF" mode, is "USP" (see section 8.10.24).
INVERT: Invert the output or not.
DELAY: Choose the value of the time-out before the output is switched.
Configuring in "Hysteresis" mode
The output status changes when a threshold is reached:
• When increasing the process input value, the output status changes when the high threshold is reached.
• When decreasing the process input value, the output status changes when the low threshold is reached.
contact
not inverted
ON
OFF
contact
inverted
ON
Low High Process input ("PV")
Fig. 79 : Hysteresis mode
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PV: Choose the process input associated with the output.
LOW: Choose the value of the low switching threshold of the output.
HIGH: Choose the value of the high switching threshold of the output.
INVERT: Invert the output or not.
DELAY: Choose the value of the delay time before switching for each digital output. This is valid for both output
thresholds. Switching is only done if one of the thresholds, high or low (functions "High" or "Low"), is exceeded
for a duration longer than this delay time.
Configuring in "Window" mode
The output status changes as soon as any threshold (low or high) is reached.
not inverted
contact
ON
ON
OFF
inverted
contact
OFF
Low High Process input ("PV")
Low High Process input ("PV")
Fig. 80 : Window mode
PV: Choose the process input associated with the selected output.
LOW: Choose the value of the process input for the low switching threshold of the output.
HIGH: Choose the value of the process input for the high switching threshold of the output.
INVERT: Invert the output or not.
DELAY: Choose the value of the delay time before switching for each output. This is valid for both output
thresholds. Switching is only done if one of the thresholds, high or low (functions "High" or "Low"), is exceeded
for a duration longer than this delay time.
Configuring in "FastPWM" mode
This mode is used to control a proportional solenoid valve.
not inverted
output
T1
T1
T1
T1
T1
inverted
output
T1
T1
1
1
0
0
T2
T2
T2
t
T2
T2
T2
t
T2 = period, constant = 1/frequency
T1 varies
Fig. 81 : "FastPWM" mode
PV: Choose the process input associated with the selected output.
0 %: Choose the value of the process input ("PV") corresponding to 0 % PWM.
100 %: Choose the value of the process input ("PV") corresponding to 100 % PWM.
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INVERT: Invert the output or not.
FREQUENCY: Choose the value of the output frequency (= 1/T2), from 2 to 2000 Hz.
Configuring in "PWM" mode
This mode is used to control an "ON/OFF" actuator.
not inverted
output
T1
T1
T1
T1
T1
100 %
100 %
0%
0%
T2
T2
inverted
output
T2
T1
T2
T2
t
T1
T2
t
T2 = period, constant
T1 varies
Fig. 82 : "PWM" mode
PV: Choose the process input associated with the selected output.
0 %: Choose the value of the process input ("PV") corresponding to 0 % PWM.
100 %: Choose the value of the process input ("PV") corresponding to 100 % PWM.
INVERT: Invert the output or not.
PERIOD: Choose the value of period T2 in seconds.
MIN ON TIME: Choose the minimum value of T1 in seconds.
Configuring in "PFM" mode
This mode is used to control a dosing pump, for example.
not inverted
output
inverted
output
T1
T1
100 %
100 %
0%
T2
T2
T2 T2
T2
t
0%
T2
T2
T1 = period, constant
T2 varies
Fig. 83 : "PFM" mode
PV: Choose the process input associated with the selected output.
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0 %: Choose the value of the process input corresponding to the min. frequency.
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100 %: Choose the value of the process input corresponding to the max. frequency defined in "MAX FREQ."
below.
INVERT: Invert the output or not.
MAX. FREQ. : Choose the maximum value of the pulse frequency (1/T2) (180 pulses per minute maximum)
PULSE WIDTH : Choose the value of the pulse width (T1).
Configuring in "Pulse" mode
This function is available only if the "FLOW" option is activated on the device (see section 8.10.4). It is used to
generate a pulse on the output each time a predetermined volume of fluid passes.
INPUT: Choose the digital input DI1 or DI2 associated with the output selected.
PULSE: Choose the volume of fluid for which a pulse must be transmitted on the selected output. First enter the
digital value, then confirm by pressing the "OK" dynamic key in order to modify the volume units by pressing successively on
.
• A "Warning" event is emitted and the message "M0:W:Pulse x lim." is displayed when the volume
entered multiplied by the K factor of the device > 1,000,000.
• A "Warning" event is emitted and the message "M0:W:Pulse x 1:1" is displayed when the volume
entered multiplied by the K factor of the device < 1. In this case, the pulse frequency is forced to the
value of the input frequency.
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8.10.23Setting the parameters of a pH/redox module
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
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device is being parametered............
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Mx:pH/ORP
RTD
None
PT100
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device is being parametered............
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PT1000
Temperature
Auto
Manual
Temp. adjust
ENTERING
if "Temperature" = "Auto"
°C
ENTERING
if "Temperature" = "Manual"
Temp. calib
Auto
Manual
°C
ENTERING
Buffer
Hamilton
if "Temp. calib" = "Manual"
DIN19267
Calibration limits
pH zero
pH slope
ORP Offset
Warning high:
ENTERING
Warning low:
ENTERING
Error high:
ENTERING
Error low:
ENTERING
Warning high:
ENTERING
Warning low:
ENTERING
Error high:
ENTERING
Error low:
ENTERING
Warning high:
ENTERING
Warning low:
ENTERING
Error high:
ENTERING
Error low:
ENTERING
RTD: Choose the type of temperature sensor connected to the module.
TEMPERATURE: Choose the value of the temperature used in the process (particularly to compensate for the pH
measurement):
• choose "Auto": the temperature of the fluid is measured by the sensor.
• choose "Manual": enter the value of the process temperature (in °C) in the next field, e.g. when no temperature
sensor is connected to the module.
ADJUST TEMP. : The measured temperature can be corrected by an offset value. Enter the offset value in °C.
TEMP. Calibration: Choose the value of the temperature used when calibrating the probe/sensor:
• choose "Auto": the temperature of the fluid is measured by the sensor.
• choose "Manual": enter the value of the calibration temperature (in °C) in the next field, e.g. when no temperature sensor is connected to the module.
BUFFER CALIB. : Choose the type of buffer solution used for automatic calibration of the pH probe/sensor,
"Hamilton" solutions sold by Bürkert or solution conforming to DIN 19267:
• the 8619 automatically recognises the pH of the following "Hamilton" solutions: 2, 4.01, 7, 10 and 12;
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• the 8619 automatically recognises the pH of the following "DIN19267" solutions: 1.09, 4.65, 6.79, 9.23 and
12.75;
CALIBRATION LIMITS: Enter the ranges outside of which a warning or error message is generated during
calibration:
• PH ZERO:
-- WARNING HIGH: Enter the pH0 value above which a warning message is displayed during calibration of the
pH sensor.
-- WARNING LOW: Enter the pH0 value below which a warning message is displayed during calibration of the
pH sensor.
-- ERR. HIGH: Enter the pH0 value above which an error message is displayed during calibration of the pH
sensor.
-- ERR. LOW: Enter the pH0 value below which an error message is displayed during calibration of the pH
sensor.
• PH SLOPE:
-- WARNING HIGH: Enter the slope value above which a warning message is displayed during calibration of
the pH sensor.
-- WARNING LOW: Enter the slope value below which a warning message is displayed during calibration of
the pH sensor.
-- ERR. HIGH: Enter the slope value above which an error message is displayed during calibration of the pH
sensor.
-- ERR. LOW: Enter the slope value below which an error message is displayed during calibration of the pH
sensor.
• ORP OFFSET:
-- WARNING HIGH: Enter the oxidation reduction potential value above which a warning message is displayed
during calibration of the redox sensor.
-- WARNING LOW: Enter the oxidation reduction potential value below which a warning message is displayed
during calibration of the redox sensor.
-- ERR. HIGH: Enter the oxidation reduction potential value above which an error message is displayed during
calibration of the redox sensor.
-- ERR. LOW: Enter the oxidation reduction potential value below which an error message is displayed during
calibration of the redox sensor.
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8.10.24Setting the parameters of a conductivity module
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Parameters" menu.
Parameters
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Mx:Conductivity
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device is being parametered............
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Cell
2 electrodes
4 electrodes
RTD
None
PT100
PT1000
Temperature
Auto
Manual
Temp. adjust
ENTERING
°C
ENTERING
Temp.Comp.
None
if "Temperature" = "Auto"
if "Temperature" = "Manual"
Linear
EN 27888
UPW
UPW-NaCl
Coef.
Concentration
Concentr.table
1)
ENTERING
if "Temp.Comp." = "Linear"
None
1)
H2SO4 (0-30%)
H2SO4 (32-84%)
H2SO4 (92-99%)
HNO3 (0-30%)
HNO3 (35-96%)
HCl (0-18%)
HCl (22-39%)
NaOH (0-14%)
NaOH (18-50%)
NaCl (0-26%)
USP Alarm
ENTERING
Temp. calib
Auto
Manual
°C
ENTERING
Calibr. solution
5 µS
if "Temp. calib" = "Manual"
15 µS
100 µS
1413 µS
100 mS
1)
This menu is available as an option (see section 8.10.4
).
CELL: Choose the type of conductivity cell, either with 2 or 4 electrodes, connected to the module.
RTD: Choose the type of temperature sensor connected to the module.
TEMPERATURE: Choose the value of the temperature used in the process:
• choose "Auto": the temperature of the fluid is measured by the sensor.
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• choose "Manual": enter the value of the process temperature (in °C) in the next field, e.g. when no temperature
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ADJUST TEMP. : The measured temperature can be corrected by an offset value. Enter the offset value in
degrees Celsius.
TEMP. COMP. : Choose the type of temperature compensation to determine the fluid conductivity:
• in accordance with a linear percentage (select "linear"). Linear temperature compensation may be sufficiently
accurate for your process, provided the temperature of your process is always > 0 °C. Enter a compensation
between 0.00 and 9.99 %/°C in the subsequent "Coeff." field.
Use the following graph and equation to calculate the mean value of the compensation coefficient a according
to a temperature range DT and the associated conductivity range Dc:
χ
χT
∆χ
χ25
∆T
25
T
T [°C]
α =
∆χ
∆T
x
1
χ25
• or according to the natural water law (choose "EN27888").
• or according to the ultra pure water law (choose "UPW").
• or according to the ultra pure water and sodium chloride laws (choose "UPW-NaCl").
• or according to the law of the concentration table (choose "Concentration table", available as an option) that
has been chosen in the "Concentration" function hereafter.
• or deactivate temperature compensation (choose "None").
CONCENTRATION: Available as an option. Choose the mass concentration table for your fluid from the list
offered. This data (%) is then available in the list of process variables for the conductivity module. The fluid concentration is determined using the measured and non-compensated values of the conductivity and the temperature, whatever the choice made in "Temp.Comp.".
ALARM USP: Enter a conductivity value percentage from the table "USP <645>".
χ
C
USP<645> graph
B
percentage of the USP<645> graph, set in
the "USP Alarm" field
A
T [°C]
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Graph
zone
Description
Name displayed
in the user
defined "Ux"
view (see section
8.10.8)
Associated code in
the datalogger (see
section 8.10.18)
Status of
the "ON/
OFF" output
(see section
8.10.22)
C
The conductivity of the fluid has
exceeded the value in the table
USP<645> at the corresponding
temperature.
"> Max."
1
ON (output not
inverted)
B
The conductivity of the fluid is between
the percentage set in the function
"USP Alarm" and the value in the table
USP<645> at the corresponding
temperature.
"USP Alarm"
2
ON (output not
inverted)
A
The conductivity of the fluid is below
the percentage set in the function
"USP Alarm" at the corresponding
temperature.
"OK"
0
OFF (output
not inverted)
CALIB. TEMP. : Choose the value of the temperature used when calibrating the probe/sensor:
• choose "Auto": the temperature of the fluid is measured by the sensor
• choose "Manual": enter the value of the temperature (in °C) in the next field, e.g. when no temperature sensor is
connected to the module.
CALIBRATION SOLUTION : Choose the calibration solution used for automatic calibration of the conductivity
sensor.
8.11
Calibration menu
8.11.1 Enabling/disabling the Hold function
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Calibration" menu.
Calibration
System
Hold
Disable
Enable
The Hold mode is automatically deactivated when the 8619 restarts after a power interruption, if the Hold
mode was activated at the moment of the power cut-off.
The Hold mode is used to carry out maintenance work without interrupting the process.
To activate the HOLD mode:
→→access the "HOLD" function;
→→choose "Enable";
→→confirm by "OK".
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When the device is in Hold mode:
• the display shows the icon
H
instead of the icon
;
• the current emitted on each 4-20 mA output is fixed at the last value of the process input associated with each
output;
• each digital output is fixed at the state acquired at the moment the Hold function is activated;
• the 8619 remains in Hold mode until the Hold function is disabled.
To disable the HOLD mode:
→→access the "HOLD" function;
→→choose "Disable"
→→confirm by "OK".
8.11.2 Modifying the Calibration menu access code
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Calibration" menu. If the default access code "0000" is kept, the device does
not request it to access the Calibration menu.
Calibration
System
Code
0***
Confirm code
Enter the new
calibration menu
access code
0***
Confirm the new
code
8.11.3 Adjusting the current outputs
Ensure that Hold mode is disabled before adjusting the current outputs: icon
display.
appears on the
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Calibration" menu.
Calibration
M0:Outputs
AO1/AO2
4 mA
ENTERING
20 mA
ENTERING
Mx:Outputs
4 mA: Adjust the offset of the current output.
When the "4mA" function is selected, the 8619 generates a current of 4 mA:
→→measure the current emitted by the 4-20 mA output using a multimeter;
→→enter the value given by the multimeter.
20 mA: Adjust the span on current output 1 or current output 2.
When the "20mA" function is selected, the 8619 generates a current of 20 mA:
→→measure the current emitted by the 4-20 mA output using a multimeter;
→→enter the value given by the multimeter.
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8.11.4 Calibrating an analogue input AI1 or AI2 connected to a
sensor other than a chlorine sensor
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Calibration" menu.
Calibration
Mx:Inputs
AI1/AI2
Mode:general
1st point
2-point PV calibration
2nd point
Calibr. result
1st point
PV calibration offset
Calibr. result
1st point
Voltage calibration
Current calibration
NO
2nd point?
YES
2nd point
Calibr. result
Calibration interval 1
Interval 2
Calibration log
Last
VALUE
Interval
ENTERING
Interval
ENTERING
Reset
Yes/No
READING
Factory calibration
If a measuring sensor (other than a chlorine measuring sensor) is connected to an AI1 or AI2 analogue intput, the
analogue input can be calibrated:
• either with respect to the measured value, at two points or at one point. See section 8.11.6 Calibrating an
analogue input, AI1 or AI2, at two points, with respect to a measured value other than chlorine or section 8.11.7
Calibrating an analogue input, AI1 or AI2, at one point (offset), with respect to a measured value other than
chlorine.
• or with respect to the current or voltage received on the input. See section 8.11.8 Calibrating an analogue input
connected to a current output or a voltage output.
→→To read the date of the last calibration of an analogue input, see section 8.11.11.
→→To enter the periodicity of calibrations, see section 8.11.12.
→→To enter the periodicity of a maintenance operation to be carried out on the sensor connected to the analogue
input, see section 8.11.13.
→→To read the values of the last calibration with respect to a physical value, see section 8.11.14.
→→To return to the calibration parameters for the analogue input, as carried out in the factory, see section
8.11.15.
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8.11.5 Calibrating an analogue input AI1 or AI2 connected to a
chlorine sensor
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Calibration" menu.
Calibration
Mx:Inputs
AI1/AI2
Mode:chlorine
Maximum range
ENTERING
PV calibration slope
1st point
Calibr. result
1st point
Voltage calibration
Current calibration
NO
2nd point?
YES
2nd point
Calibr. result
Calibration interval 1
Interval 2
Calibration log
Last
VALUE
Interval
ENTERING
Interval
ENTERING
Reset
Yes/No
READING
Factory calibration
If a chlorine measuring sensor is connected to an AI1 or AI2 analogue intput, the analogue input can be
calibrated:
• either with respect to the measured chlorine value, at one point. See section 8.11.9 Calibrating an analogue
input, AI1 or AI 2, at 1 point (slope): Type 8232 chlorine sensor example.
• or with respect to the current or voltage received on the input. See section 8.11.8 Calibrating an analogue input
connected to a current output or a voltage output.
→→To enter the max. value of the chlorine measuring range, marked on the name plate of the chlorine sensor, see
section 8.11.10.
→→To read the date of the last calibration of an analogue input, see section 8.11.11.
→→To enter the periodicity of calibrations, see section 8.11.12.
→→To enter the periodicity of a maintenance operation to be carried out on the sensor connected to the analogue
input, see section 8.11.13.
→→To read the values of the last calibration with respect to a physical value, see section 8.11.14.
→→To return to the calibration parameters for the analogue input, as carried out in the factory, see section
8.11.15.
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8.11.6 Calibrating an analogue input, AI1 or AI2, at two points,
with respect to a measured value other than chlorine
This calibration does not replace the calibration of the measuring sensor connected to the analogue input.
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Calibration" menu.
Calibration
Mx:Inputs
AI1/AI2
Mode:general
2-point PV calibration
→→Immerse the probe of the sensor (for example a pH sensor) in the first buffer
solution: The 8619 displays the value measured for the solution.
OK
1st point
Solution measured
value.
7.001 pH
7.000 pH
→→Enter the value of the buffer solution (indicated on the bottle).
→→Wait for the measurement to stabilise.
OK
→→ The 8619 displays the measured value of the solution.
OK
2nd point
10.001 pH
10.000 pH
→→Rinse the probe.
→→Immerse the clean probe in the second buffer solution: The 8619 displays the
measured pH of the solution.
→→Enter the value for the second buffer solution (indicated on the bottle)
→→Wait for the measurement to stabilise.
OK
Calibration result
Offset: -3,498 pH
Slope:0,876 pH/mA
SAVE
The 8619 associates the two calibrated values to the range of the selected
analogue input signal (slope and offset).
Fig. 84 : Example for the calibration at 2 points of an analogue input with respect to the pH measured by an instrument
having a 4-20 mA output
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8.11.7 Calibrating an analogue input, AI1 or AI2, at one point
(offset), with respect to a measured value other than
chlorine
This calibration does not replace the calibration of the measuring sensor connected to the analogue input.
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Calibration" menu.
Calibration
Mx:Inputs
AI1/AI2
Mode:general
PV calibration offset
→→Immerse the probe of the sensor (for example a pH sensor) in the first buffer
solution: The 8619 displays the value measured for the solution.
OK
Solution measured
value.
7.001 pH
7.000 pH
→→Enter the value of the buffer solution (indicated on the bottle).
→→Wait for the measurement to stabilise.
OK
Calibration result
Offset: -3,498 pH
SAVE
The 8619 adjusts the offset.
Fig. 85 : Example for the calibration at 1 point of an analogue input with respect to the pH measured by an instrument
having a 4-20 mA output
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8.11.8 Calibrating an analogue input connected to a current
output or a voltage output
If an analogue input, AI1 or AI2, is connected to the current or voltage analogue output of an external instrument
(for instance, the 4-20 mA output of a pressure measuring device type 8311), calibrate the analogue input
according to Fig. 86.
This calibration is used to precisely adjust the bounds of the analogue input to the bounds of the connected
instrument.
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Calibration" menu.
Calibration
Mx:Inputs
AI1/AI2
Mode:general
Current calibr.
Mode:chlorine
→→Generate a 4 mA current on the 4-20 mA output of the
instrument connected to the analogue input.
1er point
Value received on the
analogue input.
4.001 mA
4.000 mA
→→Enter 4 mA.
→→Wait for the measurement to stabilise.
OK
Calibrate using a
2nd point?
NO
The 8619
adjusts the
offset.
YES
2nd point
20.001 mA
20.000 mA
→→Generate a 20 mA current on the 4-20 mA output of the
instrument connected to the analogue input.
→→Enter 20 mA.
→→Wait for the measurement to stabilise.
OK
Calibration result
16.02 mA
SAVE
The analogue input signal is adjusted (slope and offset) and
the 8619 displays the input calibrated value.
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Fig. 86 : Example for the calibration of an analogue input with respect to the current output of a pressure measuring device
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8.11.9 Calibrating an analogue input, AI1 or AI 2, at 1 point
(slope): Type 8232 chlorine sensor example
This function is used to determine the slope of the straight line of the measurement signal.
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Calibration" menu.
→→Install the chlorine sensor in the process with respect to the related Operating instructions.
→→Connect the chlorine sensor to an analogue input, AI1 or AI2.
Calibration
Mx:Inputs
AI1/AI2
Mode:general
PV Calibration slope
Mode:chlorine
→→Activate the 1-point calibration function: The 8619 saves the
current value on the analogue input.
→→The device shows the measured value of chlorine.
→→Take a sample of the solution to be measured.
→→With the DPD1 method, determine the chlorine concentration of the
sample.
OK
1st point
Solution measured value.
4.50 ppm
5.00 ppm
→→Enter the value of the chlorine concentration of the sample, that has
been determined with the DPD1 method.
OK
Calibration result
Slope:0,876 mA/ppm
SAVE
The 8619 associates the calculated slope with the analogue input
signal selected 1)
1)
A warning message signals a slope < 25 % or > 400 %.
• Replace the electrolyte and/or the membrane.
Fig. 87 : Example for the calibration of an analogue input with respect to the chlorine measured by an instrument having a
4-20 mA output
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8.11.10Entering the max. value of the chlorine measuring range
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Calibration" menu.
Calibration
Mx:Inputs
AI1/AI2
Mode:chlorine
Maximum range
ENTERING
→→Enter the max. value of the measuring range indicated on the name plate of the chlorine sensor.
8.11.11Reading the date of the last calibration of an analogue
input
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Calibration" menu.
Calibration
Mx:Inputs
AI1/AI2
Mode:general
Calibration interval 1
Last
VALUE
Interval
ENTERING
Mode:chlorine
8.11.12Entering the periodicity of the calibrations
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Calibration" menu.
Calibration
Mx:Inputs
AI1/AI2
Mode:general
Calibration interval 1
Mode:chlorine
On each due date, the 8619 generates a "maintenance" event, signalled on the display by the icon
"warning" event, signalled on the display by the icon .
, and a
If a calibration is successfully performed, the events disappear and be days count is recommenced.
→→In order not to use the automatic calibration reminders, enter "0000 days".
8.11.13Entering the periodicity of a maintenance operation to be
carried out on the sensor connected to the analogue input
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Calibration" menu.
Calibration
Mx:Inputs
AI1/AI2
Mode:general
Mode:chlorine
Interval 2
Interval
ENTERING
Reset
Yes/No
On each due date, the 8619 generates a "maintenance" event, signalled on the display by the icon
"warning" event, signalled on the display by the icon .
, and a
When the maintenance operation has been performed, recommence or otherwise the days count in the "Reset"
function of the "Interval 2" submenu.
→→In order not to use the automatic reminder for the maintenance operation, enter "0000 days".
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8.11.14Reading the last calibration values of an analogue input
with respect to a physical value
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Calibration" menu.
Calibration
Mx:Inputs
AI1/AI2
Mode:general
Calibration log
READING
Mode:chlorine
The log indicates the last successful calibration values with respect to a physical value.
8.11.15Restoring the factory calibration of the analogue inputs
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Calibration" menu.
Calibration
Mx:Inputs
AI1/AI2
Mode:general
Factory calibr.
Mode:chlorine
8.11.16Resetting the totalisers
This function is available on the devices with analysis modules if the software option, "FLOW", is activated. See
section 8.10.4
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Calibration" menu.
Calibration
M0:Inputs
DI1/2 totaliser
Reset totalis. A
Yes/No
Reset totalis. B
Yes/No
Mx:Inputs
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8.11.17Entering the K factor for the used fitting or determining it
using teach-in
This function is available on the devices with analysis modules if the software option, "FLOW", is activated. See
section 8.10.4
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Calibration" menu.
Calibration
M0:Inputs
Mx:Inputs
DI1/2: Flow rate
K factor
ENTERING
Volume teaching
Unit of volume
L
m3
gal
Igal
Flow unit
L/h
...
Igal/s
Start teaching
Meas.in progr.
Flowed Volume
Teaching result
Flow teaching
Flow unit
L/h
...
Igal/s
Start teaching
Meas.in progr.
Flow teaching
Teaching result
→→Use one of the following 3 methods to configure the pulse input of the 8619 for a flow rate measurement:
• K FACTOR: Enter the K factor in pulse/litre unique to the fitting used. Refer to the user operating instructions of
the fitting used.
• VOLUME TEACHING: Determine the K factor unique to your installation using a teach-in procedure by volume.
Follow the procedure below.
• FLOW TEACH: Determine the K factor unique to your installation using a teach-in procedure by flow rate.
Follow the procedure on next page.
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Detailed procedure for teach-in by volume
→→Prepare a tank capable of containing 100 litres, for example;
→→Choose the volume unit and the flow rate unit in which the teach-in is run:
Calibration
M0:Inputs
DI1/2: Flow rate
Volume teaching
Unit of volume
L
m3
Mx:Inputs
gal
Igal
Flow unit
L/h
...
Igal/s
→→Running teach-in by volume:
Calibration
M0:Inputs
DI1/2: Flow rate
Volume teaching
Start teaching
→→Open the valve to fill the tank.
OK
Meas.in progr.
2.001 l/s
The 8619 displays the instantaneous
flow rate of the fluid.
→→When the tank is filled, close the valve.
OK
Flowed Volume
101.2 l
+099.0 l
The 8619 displays the volume
calculated with the current K
factor.
→→Enter the actual volume of fluid in
the tank.
OK
Teaching result
Fact. K flow
rate: K = 3.810
The 8619 displays the K factor calculated by
teach-in.
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Detailed procedure for teach-in by flow rate
→→Choose the flow rate unit in which teach-in is run:
Calibration
M0:Inputs
DI1/2: Flow rate
Flow teaching
Flow unit
L/h
...
Mx:Inputs
Igal/s
→→Run teach-in by flow rate:
Calibration
M0:Inputs
DI1/2: Flow rate
Flow teaching
→→Allow the fluid to circulate in the pipes and wait for the flow rate
to stabilise.
Start teaching
OK
Meas.in progr.
0005 L/min
The 8619 calculates the flow rate measured
in the pipe, with the current K factor, for 100
seconds 1) .
The bargraph shows the time elapsed.
OK
Flow teaching
0049 L/min
The 8619 displays the flow rate
calculated with the current K factor
0001 L/s
→→Enter the value of the flow rate
in the pipe.
OK
Teaching result
Fact. K flow rate:
= 3.810
The 8619 displays the K factor
calculated by teach-in.
Measurement can be suspended at any time by clicking on "OK".
1)
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8.11.18Calibrating a pH or redox sensor
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Calibration" menu.
Calibration
Mx:pH/ORP
Auto. pH calib.
1st point
Man. pH calib.
NO
2nd point?
YES
Rinsing
2nd point?
pH calib. result
pH calib. data
ORP calibration
Zero
ENTERING
Slope
ENTERING
Isoth. potential
Isoth. potential
ENTERING
Iso pH
ENTERING
1st point
Calib. result ORP
ORP calib. data
Calib. interval
Calib. log
Offset
ENTERING
Last
VALUE
Interval
ENTERING
READING
→→Use one of the following 3 methods to calibrate a pH sensor:
• PH AUTO CALIBRATION: Automatically calibrate the pH sensor; first choose the buffer solution used in the
menu "Parameters -> Mx:pH/ORP -> Buffer". The 8619 automatically recognises the pH of the solution used:
When a sensor is calibrated automatically, the most recent calibration date is updated (function "LAST" in the
submenu "CALIBRATION INTERVAL" below).
• PH MANUAL CALIBRATION: Calibrate the pH sensor using a 1- or 2-point procedure. See details on the
following pages. When a sensor is calibrated manually, the most recent calibration date is updated (function
"LAST" in the submenu "CALIBRATION INTERVAL" below).
• PH CALIBRATION DATA: Enter the zero values and the slope indicated on the certificate for the pH sensor,
if provided. Always enter a negative value for the slope, even if the value given on the certificate is a positive
value. This entry does not update the most recent calibration date (function "LAST" in the sub-menu "CALIBRATION INTERVAL" below).
→→Use one of the following 2 methods to calibrate a redox sensor:
• ORP CALIBRATION: Manually calibrating the redox sensor using the 1-point method See details on the following pages.
• ORP CALIBRATION DATA: Enter the offset value indicated on the certificate for the redox sensor, if provided.
CALIBRATION INTERVAL: Read the date of the most recent manual or automatic calibration and enter the periodicity of calibration, in days: each time a calibration is due, the 8619 generates a "maintenance" event, signalled on
the display by the icon , and a "warning" event, signalled on the display by the icon
in order not to use the function.
. Configure "0000 days"
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• The "warning" event may be associated with one and/or other of the digital outputs (see section
8.10.22).
• See also "If you encounter problems" in section 9.3.
CALIBRATION LOG: Read the latest valid calibration values.
Manually calibrating the pH or redox sensor
• The pH sensor can be calibrated according to a 1-point or a 2-point procedure.
• The redox sensor can only be calibrated according to a 1-point procedure.
• Modify the default calibration limits before calibrating your sensor: see section 8.10.23.
• In order not to interrupt the process, activate the HOLD function (see section 8.11.1).
• Before each calibration, correctly clean the electrode with a suitable product.
• In a 2-point calibration, the buffer solutions used must be at the same temperature.
• Set the periodicity of calibrations in the "Calibration Interval" function (see previous page): each time a
calibration is due, the 8619 generates a "maintenance" event and a "warning" event.
Detailed procedure for the 1- or 2-point calibration of a pH sensor
• The 1-point calibration procedure is used for rapid calibration by adjusting the zero of the measurement graph
with a buffer solution with a known pH (to calibrate a pH sensor: see below) or a known oxidation reduction
potential (to calibrate a redox sensor: see page 124).
• The 2-point calibration procedure is used for accurate calibration of zero and the slope of the measurement
graph of the pH sensor. This operation requires 2 buffer solutions: in general a first solution with a pH of 7 and
a second solution with a pH very close to that of the process value to be measured. See next page.
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Calibration
Mx:pH/ORP
Manual pH calib.
→→Immerse the clean probe in the first
buffer solution: the 8619 displays the
measured pH of the solution.
1st point
7.035 pH
7.000 pH
→→Enter the pH of the buffer solution (indicated on the bottle)
→→Wait until the measured pH stabilises.
OK
F4
Rinsing
YES
7.001 pH
-59.6 mV
Calibrate using a
2nd point?
pH calibration result
NO
Zero: 7.000 pH
Slope:-59.15 mV/pH
±25.00 °C
→→Rinse the probe.
The 8619 displays the
calibration result. 1)
→→confirm rinsing by "OK" when the pH reaches
the desired value.
OK
F4
2nd point
→→Immerse the clean probe in the second buffer solution:
the 8619 displays the measured pH of the solution.
2.967 pH
2.000 pH
→→Enter the pH of the second buffer solution (indicated on the bottle)
→→Wait until the measured pH stabilises.
OK
F4
pH calibration result
Zero: 7.000 pH
Slope: -59.15 mV/pH
The 8619 displays the calibration result. 1)
1)
• a possible "warning" message indicates either an error in the solution or the ageing of the probe.
• a possible "error" message indicates that the probe must be replaced.
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Detailed procedure for the calibration of the oxidation reduction potential sensor (1-point method only)
The 1-point calibration procedure is used for a quick calibration by adjusting the zero of the measurement graph
with a buffer solution with a known oxidation reduction potential.
Calibration
Mx:pH/ORP
ORP calibration
1st point
→→Immerse the clean probe in the redox
solution: The 8619 displays the
measured DDP value of the solution.
1st point
465.0 mV
475.0 mV
→→Enter the potential difference of the redox
solution (indicated on the bottle).
OK
F4
ORP Calibr. result
Offset:-55.60 mV
The 8619 displays the calibration result. 1)
1)
• a possible "warning" message indicates either an error in the solution or the ageing of the probe.
• a possible "error" message indicates that the probe must be replaced.
8.11.19Calibrating a conductivity sensor
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Calibration" menu.
Calibration
Mx:Conductivity
Auto. calib.
RESULT
Manual calib.
ENTERING
RESULT
Cell
ENTERING
TDS factor
ENTERING
Calib. interval
Last
READING
Interval
ENTERING
System log
READING
→→Use one of the following 3 methods to calibrate a conductivity sensor:
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• AUTOMATIC CALIBRATION: Calibrate the conductivity sensor by automatically determining its specific C constant; choose the reference solution used in the menu "Parameters -> Mx:conductivity -> Calibration solution".
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• MANUAL CALIBRATION: Calibrate the conductivity sensor by determining its specific C constant. See details
of the procedure below.
• CELL: Read the most recent C constant determined by one of the calibration functions or modify it. This entry
does not update the most recent calibration date (function "LAST" in the sub-menu CALIB INTERVAL below).
TDS factor: Enter the conversion factor between conductivity and quantity of dissolved solids (TDS) appropriate to your fluid.
CALIBRATION INTERVAL: Read the date of the last calibration (function "LAST") and set the periodicity of
calibrations, in days (function "INTERVAL"): each time a calibration is due, the 8619 generates a "maintenance"
event, signalled on the display by the icon
in order not to use the function.
and a "warning" event. Set "0000 days" in the "INTERVAL" function
• The "warning" event may be associated with one and/or other of the digital outputs (see section
8.10.22).
• See also "If you encounter problems" in section 9.3.
CALIB. LOG: Read the latest valid calibration values.
Details of the calibration procedure for a conductivity sensor
Calibration consists in determining the cell constant specific to each sensor using a solution with a known
conductivity.
• In order not to interrupt the process, activate the HOLD function (see section 8.11.1).
• Before each calibration, correctly clean the electrode with a suitable product.
• Set the periodicity of calibrations in the "Interval" function of the "calibration interval" submenu (see
above). Each time a calibration is due, the 8619 generates a "maintenance" event and a "warning"
event.
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Calibration
Mx:Conductivity
Man. calibration
→→Immerse the clean probe in the reference solution: the 8619 displays the measured
value of the conductivity of the solution.
Manual calibration
5.023 µS/cm 25.01 °C
→→Enter the conductivity value of the ref-
5.000 µS/cm ...
erence solution used (indicated on the
bottle).
OK
→→Modify the unit, if necessary.
F4
Calibration result
Cell constant
1.00000 /cm
The 8619 displays the calibration result.
8.12
"Diagnostics" menu
8.12.1 Modifying the "Diagnostics" menu access code
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Diagnostics" menu. If the default access code "0000" is kept, the device does
not request it to access the Diagnostics menu.
Diagnostics
System
Code
0***
Confirm code
Enter the new
DIAGNOSTICS
menu access code
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8.12.2 Monitoring the current or voltage value received on the
analogue inputs
This function is used to define the behaviour of the limits entered by the user are reached.
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Diagnostics" menu.
Diagnostics
Mx:Inputs
AI1/AI2
Thresholds:
None
Low
High
Thresholds:
Warning low:
ENTERING
if "Thresholds" = "Low" or "Both"
Warning high:
ENTERING
if "Thresholds" = "High" or "Both"
Error low:
ENTERING
if "Thresholds" = "Low" or "Both"
Error high:
ENTERING
if "Thresholds" = "High" or "Both"
A malfunction in your process may be revealed by too low or too high value received on the analogue input.
To be warned when the value received on the analogue input is out of range:
→→choose which thresholds have to be monitored, in the "Thresholds" function, and then
→→set one or two threshold values outside of which the 8619 generates a "warning" event and displays the icons
and
;
→→set one or two threshold values outside of which the 8619 generates an "error" event and displays the icons
and X .
When a "warning" or "error" event is generated by the 8619:
→→go into the "Information" menu to read the cause of generation of this event;
→→correct the problem according to the instructions given in section 9.3.
• The "warning" event may also be associated with one and/or other digital outputs. See section 8.10.22.
• A current of 22 mA may be emitted on one and/or other of the current outputs when an "error" event related
to either the monitoring of the fluid pH, redox, conductivity or temperature values or the monitoring of an
analogue input is generated. See section 8.10.21.
• See also "If you encounter problems" in section 9.3.
WARN. LOW: Enter the analogue input value below which a "warning" event is generated.
WARN. HIGH: Enter the analogue input value above which a "warning" event is generated.
ERR. LOW: Enter the analogue input value below which an "error" event is generated.
ERR. HIGH: Enter the analogue input value above which an "error" event is generated.
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8.12.3 Detecting an open loop on a voltage input
This function is available for an analogue input configured in "voltage" mode.
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Diagnostics" menu.
Diagnostics
Mx:Inputs
AI1/AI2
Open loop
ON/OFF
ON/OFF: Activate or deactivate the open loop detection.
When the function has been activated, an "error" event is generated and the message "Mx:E:AIx open" registered
in the data logger if no source is connected to the voltage input or if the wiring is incorrect.
8.12.4 Monitoring the pH or redox values
This function is used to define the behaviour of the device if problems arise on the pH probe (glass electrode
and/or reference electrode) or the redox probe (reference electrode only).
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Diagnostics" menu.
Diagnostics
Mx:pH/ORP
Glass electrode
Ref. electrode
Status:
ON/OFF
Impedance:
READING
Dépend. temp.
ENTERING
Warning high:
ENTERING
Warning low:
ENTERING
Error high:
ENTERING
Error low:
ENTERING
Status:
ON/OFF
Impedance:
READING
Warning high:
ENTERING
Warning low:
ENTERING
Error high:
ENTERING
Error low:
ENTERING
A malfunction in your process or on the measurement probe may be revealed by too low or too high value of the
impedance.
To be warned when the impedance measurement is out of range:
→→activate monitoring of fluid impedance in the "Status" function, and then
→→set an impedance range outside of which the 8619 generates a "warning" event and displays the icons
and
;
→→set an impedance range outside of which the 8619 generates an "error" event and displays the icons
X .
When a "warning" or "error" event is generated by the 8619:
→→go into the "Information" menu to read the cause of generation of this event;
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→→if necessary, clean the probe and/or recalibrate the measurement sensor;
→→if necessary, check the process.
• The "warning" event may also be associated with one and/or other digital outputs. See section 8.10.22.
• A current of 22 mA may be emitted on one and/or other of the current outputs when an "error" event related
to either the monitoring of the fluid pH, redox, conductivity or temperature values or the monitoring of an
analogue input is generated. See section 8.10.21.
• See also "If you encounter problems" in section 9.3.
STATUS: Choose to activate or deactivate monitoring of the impedance of the electrode selected.
This monitoring is done by the generation of a "warning" event if the impedance range defined in the "Warn Hi/
Lo" functions below is exceeded and an "error" event if the impedance range defined in the "Err Hi/Lo" functions
below is exceeded.
IMPEDANCE: Read the impedance, measured in real time, on the electrode selected.
TEMP. DEPEND. : Temperature coefficient of correction for the impedance measurement of a fluid. The default
coefficient is valid for probes sold by Bürkett
WARN. HIGH: Enter the impedance value above which a "warning" event is generated.
WARN. LOW: Enter the impedance value below which a "warning" event is generated.
ERR. HIGH: Enter the impedance value above which an "error" event is generated.
ERR. LOW: Enter the impedance value below which an "error" event is generated.
8.12.5 Monitoring the conductivity of the fluid
This function is used to monitor the fluid conductivity and define the device's behaviour if the ranges defined are
exceeded.
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Diagnostics" menu.
Diagnostics
Mx:Conductivity
Conductivity
Status:
ON/OFF
Conductivity:
READING
Warning high:
ENTERING
Warning low:
ENTERING
Error high:
ENTERING
Error low:
ENTERING
A malfunction in your process or on the measurement cell may be revealed by too low or too high a fluid
conductivity.
To be warned when the conductivity is out of range:
→→activate monitoring of fluid conductivity in the "Status" function, and then
→→set a fluid conductivity range outside of which the 8619 generates a "warning" event and displays the icons
and
.
→→set a fluid conductivity range outside of which the 8619 generates an "error" event and displays the icons
and X .
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When a "warning" or "error" event is generated by the 8619:
→→go into the "Information" menu to read the cause of the event generation
→→and/or read the measured conductivity value.
→→If necessary, clean the cell and/or recalibrate the sensor.
→→If necessary, check the process.
• The "warning" event may also be associated with one and/or other digital outputs. See section 8.10.22.
• A current of 22 mA may be emitted on one and/or other of the current outputs when an "error" event related
to either the monitoring of the fluid pH, redox, conductivity or temperature values or the monitoring of an
analogue input is generated. See section 8.10.21.
• See also "If you encounter problems" in section 9.3.
STATUS: Choose whether or not to activate monitoring of fluid conductivity.
This monitoring is done by the generation of a "warning" event if the fluid conductivity range defined in the "Warn
Hi/Lo" functions below is exceeded and an "error" event if the fluid conductivity range defined in the "Err Hi/Lo"
functions below is exceeded.
CONDUCTIVITY: Read the fluid conductivity measured in real time by the sensor.
WARN. HIGH: Enter the fluid conductivity value above which a "warning" event is generated.
WARN. LOW: Enter the fluid conductivity value below which a "warning" event is generated.
ERR. HIGH: Enter the fluid conductivity value above which an "error" event is generated.
ERR. LOW: Enter the fluid conductivity value below which an "error" event is generated.
8.12.6 Monitoring the temperature of the fluid
This function is used to monitor the fluid conductivity and define the device's behaviour if the ranges defined are
exceeded.
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Diagnostics" menu.
Diagnostics
Mx:pH/ORP
Mx:Conductivity
Temperature
Status:
ON/OFF
Temperature
READING
Warning high:
ENTERING
Warning low:
ENTERING
Error high:
ENTERING
Error low:
ENTERING
A malfunction in your process or on the temperature sensor may be revealed by too low or too high a fluid temperature or by an incorrect temperature measurement.
To be warned when the temperature measurement is out of range:
→→activate monitoring on the fluid temperature in the "Status" function, and then
→→set a temperature range (in °C) outside of which the 8619 generates a "warning" event and displays the icons
and
;
→→set a temperature range (in °C) outside of which the 8619 generates an "error" event and displays the icons
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When a "warning" or "error" event is generated by the 8619:
→→go into the "Information" menu to read the cause of the event generation
→→and/or read the measured temperature value.
→→check whether the temperature sensor is working correctly by measuring a fluid with a known temperature. If
the temperature sensor is faulty, return the device to Bürkert;
→→if the temperature sensor is not the cause of the problem, check the process.
• The "warning" event may also be associated with one and/or other digital outputs. See section 8.10.22
• A current of 22 mA may be emitted on one and/or other of the current outputs when an "error" event related
to either the monitoring of the fluid pH, redox, conductivity or temperature values or the monitoring of an
analogue input is generated. See section 8.10.21.
• See also "If you encounter problems" in section 9.3.
STATUS: Choose whether or not to activate monitoring of the fluid temperature.
This monitoring is done by the generation of a "warning" event if the fluid conductivity range defined in the "Warn
Hi/Lo" functions below is exceeded and an "error" event if the fluid conductivity range defined in the "Err Hi/Lo"
functions below is exceeded.
TEMPERATURE: Read the fluid temperature measured in real time by the temperature sensor.
WARN. HIGH: Enter the fluid temperature value above which a "warning" event is generated.
WARN. LOW: Enter the fluid temperature value below which a "warning" event is generated.
ERR. HIGH: Enter the fluid temperature value above which an "error" event is generated.
ERR. LOW: Enter the fluid temperature value below which an "error" event is generated.
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8.12.7 Reading the parameters of the pH, redox or conductivity
sensor
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Diagnostics" menu.
Diagnostics
Mx:pH/ORP
READING
Monitor
Mx:Conductivity
8.13
Tests menu
8.13.1 Modifying the "Tests" menu access code
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Tests" menu. If the default access code "0000" is kept, the device does not
request it to access the "Tests" menu.
Tests
System
Code
0***
Confirm code
Enter the new
"TESTS" menu
access code
0***
Confirm the new
code
8.13.2 Verifying the correct behaviour of the outputs by simulating
an input or a process variable
The icon T is displayed in place of the icon
whenever the correct operation test is run on an output.
During the test, this output no longer reacts, depending on the physical parameter measured.
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Tests" menu.
Tests
Simul. value PV
PV:
M0:MAIN
M1:
... 1)
Mx:
Value:
ENTERING
1)
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the available
software options and section 8.16 Process inputs or values.
To exit the "Tests" menu, press the dynamic key, "ABORT".
PV: Choose the process input to simulate. The options available depend on the modules fitted.
VALUE: Enter a process value selected from the "PV" function above to check output behaviour.
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8.13.3 Checking that the outputs are working correctly
The icon T is displayed in place of the icon
whenever the correct operation test is run on an output.
During the test, this output no longer reacts, depending on the physical parameter measured.
Refer to section 8.9 to access the "Tests" menu.
Tests
M0:Outputs
AO1:
ENTERING
AO2:
ENTERING
DO1:
OFF/ON
DO2:
OFF/ON
Mx:Outputs
To exit the "Tests" menu, press the dynamic key, "ABORT".
AO1: Check that current output 1 on the selected module is working correctly by entering a current value and
then selecting "OK".
AO2: Check that current output 2 on the selected module is working correctly by entering a current value and
then selecting "OK".
DO1: Check that digital output 1 on the module selected is working correctly by selecting the state "ON" or
"OFF" and then "OK".
DO2: Check that digital output 2 on the module selected is working correctly by selecting the state "ON" or
"OFF" and then "OK".
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8.14
Information menu
Refer to section 8.9 to access the Information menu.
Information
Error
MESSAGE
Warning
MESSAGE
Maintenance
MESSAGE
Smiley
MESSAGE
System log
READING
Versions
M0
READING
READING
M1:
... 1)
Mx:
1)
READING
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted
This menu is used to read:
• A short description of the reason why the following icons are generated and displayed by the 8619:
-- ERROR: X
-- WARNING:
-- MAINTENANCE:
-- SMILEY:
or
See also "If you encounter problems" in section 9.3.
• and:
-- "SYSTEM LOG" function: read all the messages generated by the 8619 including "error", "warning" and
"maintenance" events.
-- "VERSIONS" function: the software version of modules for the acquisition/conversion of measured physical
parameters and for the M0:MAIN board: the serial number of the device ("Product SN"), the order code for
the device ("Product ID"), etc
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8.15
Structure of the configuration menus
Refer to section 8.9 to access the Configuration level.
Parameters
System
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Date
YYYY/MM/DD
Time
HH:MMss
Language
English
Français
Deutsch
Code
0***
Software options
Available options
Confirm code
Add new option
Save settings
0***
PID
Datalogger
Dosing
Flow
Concentration
ENTERING
M0:MAIN
...
1)
Mx:
Load settings
M0:MAIN
...
1)
Mx:
Factory reset
M0:MAIN
...
1)
Mx:
User view 1...4
Display
Type:
None
1 line
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device is being parametered............
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2 lines
4 lines
graph
Title:
ENTERING
Line1...4:
PV:
M0:None
2)
...
1)
Mx:
Unit
Filter:
3)
None
Fast
Slow
Period:
y min:
4)
4)
y max:
ENTERING
ENTERING
ENTERING
4)
1)
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the available
software options and section 8.16 Process inputs or values.
2)
If "Type" = 1, 2 or 4 "lines"
3)
The choices offered depend on the chosen "PV".
4)
If "Type" = "graph"
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Parameters
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PV names
Display
PV:M0:None
... 1)
Mx:
Edit name
Functions
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M0:MAIN
M1:
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ENTERING
Contrast
xx%
Brightness
xx%
F1...F6:
None
Type:
A+B
Name:
ENTERING
A-B
Status:
ON
A/B
A/B[%]
(1-A/B)[%]
OFF
PV A: / PV B:
M0:MAIN
M1:
(A/B-1)[%]
... 1)
Mx:
Filter:
None
Fast
Slow
PROP
Type:
Name:
ENTERING
Status:
ON
OFF
PV:
M0:MAIN
M1:
Mx:
PV range:
PV filter:
...
1)
PV-:
ENTERING
PV+:
ENTERING
None
Fast
Slow
Lim-
ENTERING
Lim+:
ENTERING
CMD Safe:
Mode:
ON
OFF
Value:
ENTERING
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the available
software options and section 8.16 Process inputs or values.
1)
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Parameters
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Functions
F1...F6:
ONOFF
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Type:
Name:
ENTERING
Status:
ON
OFF
PV:
M0:MAIN
M1:
...
1)
Mx:
SP:
ENTERING
PV range
PV-:
ENTERING
PV+:
ENTERING
PV filter:
None
Fast
Slow
Hysteresis
ENTERING
Inversion
ON
OFF
MaxONtime:
Status:
ON
OFF
Prebleed
Value:
ENTERING
Status:
ON
OFF
CMD Safe
PBLIMIT1:
ENTERING
PBLIMIT2:
ENTERING
Mode:
ON
OFF
Value:
PID
ENTERING
Type: PID
Name:
ENTERING
Status:
ON
OFF
1)
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the available
software options and section 8.16 Process inputs or values.
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Parameters
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Functions
F1...F6:
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PID
Setup
Channel:
Mono
Dual
PV:
M0:MAIN
... 1)
Mx:
SP Type:
internal
external
SP:
M0:MAIN
2)
... 1)
Mx:
PV range
Reg type:
PV-:
ENTERING
PV+:
ENTERING
Mode:
Linear
non-linear
3)
CMD Direction
Low:
ENTERING
High:
ENTERING
Channel 1/2
Rise
Fall
Advanced
SP limits:
Status:
ON
OFF
CutOff:
SPlimits-
ENTERING
SPlimits+:
ENTERING
Mode:
OFF
CutCut+
Cut-Cut+
CMD SAFE
Cut-:
ENTERING
Cut+:
ENTERING
Status:
ON
OFF
Inversion
Channel 1/2:
ENTERING
Channel 1/2:
ON
OFF
1)
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the available
software options and section 8.16 Process inputs or values.
2)
This function is present if "SP Type" = "external"
3)
These functions are present if "Regulation" = "non-linear"
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Parameters
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Functions
F1...F6:
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Parameters
PID
Sample time:
ENTERING
PV filter:
None
Fast
Slow
F1...F6:
SP-PV:
ENTERING
Channel 1/2
Dead band:
ENTERING
Kp:
ENTERING
Tn:
ENTERING
Tv:
ENTERING
Advanced
X0:
ENTERING
Lim-:
ENTERING
Lim+:
ENTERING
State OFF:
ENTERING
TIME DOSING
Type:
Name:
ENTERING
Status:
OFF
ON
Channel:
Single
Channel 1/2:
Mode:
Dual
OFF
2)
Period
Week
Status:
3)
Start:
3)
Period:
3)
Duration:
OFF
ON
ENTERING
ENTERING
ENTERING
3)
Waiting time:
ENTERING
Monday...Sunday
Event1 / 2
4)
Status:
OFF
ON
ON/OFF FX:
Start:
ENTERING
Duration:
ENTERING
Fx:ONOFF
1)
CMD Safe
Status:
OFF
ON
Channel 1/2:
ENTERING
"Fx:" represents the ONOFF function declared "active"
1)
2)
"Channel2" is present if "Channel" = "Dual"
These functions are present only if "Mode" = "Period"
3)
These functions are present only if "Mode" = "Week"
4)
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Parameters
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F1...F6:
Functions
VOL. DOSING
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Type:
Name:
ENTERING
Status:
OFF
ON
PV:
M0:MAIN
None
DI1 Pulse
DI2 Pulse
Mx:
None
L
Unit
m3
gal
Igal
Volume:
ENTERING
Dosing time
ENTERING
CMD Safe
Status:
OFF
ON
Value:
System switch
Mode:
ENTERING
On/Off
hysteresis
Window
M0:MAIN
PV:
M1:
...
1)
Mx:
Low:
2)
High:
ENTERING
ENTERING
2)
Invert:
No
Yes
Delay:
ENTERING
1)
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the available
software options and section 8.16 Process inputs or values.
2)
These functions are present if "Mode" ≠ "TOR"
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Parameters
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Datalogger
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Status:
OFF
ON
Period:
ENTERING
Max lines:
ENTERING
PV1...PV8:
M0:MAIN
PV9...PV16:
M1:
...
1)
Mx:
M0:Inputs
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Mx:Inputs
DI1/DI2
Totaliser unit A
1)
Totaliser unit B
AI1/AI2
Mode:
None
Current
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Voltage
Range:
0-20mA
4-20mA
0-2V
0-5V
0-10V
Format:
if "Mode" = "Current"
if "Mode" = "Voltage"
0
0.0
0.00
0.000
Unit
List of untis
Manual entry
0 mA/4 mA:
ENTERING
20 mA:
ENTERING
0V:
2V/5V/10V:
ENTERING
ENTERING
Filter:
None
if "Mode" = "Current"
if "Mode" = "Voltage"
Fast
Slow
DI1/DI2
Totaliser unit A
1)
Totaliser unit B
1)
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the available
software options and section 8.16 Process inputs or values.
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Parameters
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M0:Outputs
AO1/AO2
PV:
M0:MAIN
M1:
...
Mx:Outputs
1)
Mx:
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4mA:
ENTERING
20mA:
ENTERING
Filter:
None
Fast
Slow
Diag. event:
None
22mA
DO1/DO2
Mode:
On/Off
Mode:On/Off
PV:
M0:MAIN
M1:
...
1)
Mx:
Invert:
No
Yes
Delay:
hysteresis
Window
ENTERING
Mode:Hyst/Win
PV:
M0:MAIN
M1:
...
1)
Mx:
Low:
ENTERING
High:
ENTERING
Invert:
No
Yes
Delay:
FastPWM
ENTERING
Mode: FastPWM
PV:
M0:MAIN
M1:
...
1)
Mx:
0%
ENTERING
100%
ENTERING
Invert:
No
Yes
Frequency:
ENTERING
1)
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the available
software options and section 8.16 Process inputs or values.
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Parameters
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M0:Outputs
DO1/DO2
Mode:
PWM
Mode:PWM
PV:
M0:MAIN
M1:
Mx:Outputs
...
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1)
Mx:
0%
ENTERING
100%
ENTERING
Invert:
No
Yes
PFM
Period:
ENTERING
Min ON time:
ENTERING
Mode:PFM
PV:
M0:MAIN
M1:
...
1)
Mx:
0%
ENTERING
100%
ENTERING
Invert:
No
Yes
Pulse
2)
Max. freq.:
ENTERING
Pulse width:
ENTERING
Mode:Pulse
Input:
DI1
DI2
Pulse:
ENTERING
1)
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the available
software options and section 8.16 Process inputs or values.
Function possible only for the DO1 and DO2 outputs on the MAIN board
2)
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Mx:pH/ORP
RTD
None
PT100
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PT1000
Temperature
Auto
Manual
Temp. adjust
ENTERING
if "Temperature" = "Auto"
°C
ENTERING
if "Temperature" = "Manual"
Temp. calib
Auto
Manual
°C
ENTERING
Buffer
Hamilton
if "Temp. calib" = "Manual"
DIN19267
Calib. limits
pH zero
pH slope
ORP Offset
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Warning high:
ENTERING
Warning low:
ENTERING
Error high:
ENTERING
Error low:
ENTERING
Warning high:
ENTERING
Warning low:
ENTERING
Error high:
ENTERING
Error low:
ENTERING
Warning high:
ENTERING
Warning low:
ENTERING
Error high:
ENTERING
Error low:
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Mx:Conductivity
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Cell
2 electrodes
4 electrodes
RTD
None
PT100
PT1000
Temperature
Auto
Manual
Temp. adjust
ENTERING
°C
ENTERING
Temp.Comp.
None
if "Temperature" = "Auto"
if "Temperature" = "Manual"
Linear
EN 27888
UPW
UPW-NaCl
Coef.
Concentration
1)
Concentr.table
1)
ENTERING
if "Temp.Comp." = "Linear"
None
H2SO4 (0-30%)
H2SO4 (32-84%)
H2SO4 (92-99%)
HNO3 (0-30%)
HNO3 (35-96%)
HCl (0-18%)
HCl (22-39%)
NaOH (0-14%)
NaOH (18-50%)
NaCl (0-26%)
USP Alarm
ENTERING
Temp. calib
Auto
Manual
°C
ENTERING
Calib. Buffer
5 µS
if "Temp. calib" = "Manual"
15 µS
100 µS
1413 µS
100 mS
1)
This menu is available as an option (see section 8.10.4)
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System
Hold
Disable
Enable
M0:Outputs
Code
0***
Confirm code
AO1/AO2
4mA
ENTERING
20mA
ENTERING
DI1/2: totaliser
Reset to zero total A
Yes/No
1)
Reset to zero total B
Yes/No
DI1/2: flow rate
K factor
ENTERING
Volume teaching
Unit of volume
0***
Mx:Outputs
M0:Inputs
1)
L
m3
gal
Igal
Flow unit
L/h
...
Igal/s
Start teaching
Meas.in progr.
Flowed Volume
Teaching result
Flow teaching
Flow unit
L/h
...
Igal/s
Start teaching
Meas.in progr.
Flow teaching
Teaching result
1)
This menu is available as an option (see section 8.10.4 )
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Calibration
Mx:Inputs
AI1/AI2
Mode:general
1st point
2-point PV calibration
2nd point
RCalib. result
1st point
PV calibration offset
Calib. result
1st point
Voltage calibration
Current calibration
2nd point?
YES
2nd point
NO
Calib. result
Calibration interval 1
Interval 2
Last
VALUE
Interval
ENTERING
Interval
ENTERING
Reset
Yes/No
READING
Calibration log
Factory calibration
Mode:chlorine
Maximum range
ENTERING
PV calibration slope
1st point
Calib. result
1st point
Voltage calibration
Current calibration
NO
2nd point?
YES
2nd point
Calib. result
Calibration interval 1
Interval 2
Calibration log
Last
VALUE
Interval
ENTERING
Interval
ENTERING
Reset
Yes/No
READING
Factory calibration
DI1/2: totaliser
1)
see "Calibration -> M0:Inputs"
DI1/2: flow rate
1)
1)
This menu is available as an option (see section 8.10.4)
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Diagnostics
System
Code
0***
Confirm code
Mx:Inputs
AI1/AI2
Thresholds:
None
Low
High
Thresholds:
Warning low:
ENTERING
if "Thresholds" = "Low" or "Both"
Warning high:
ENTERING
if "Thresholds" = "High" or "Both"
Error low:
ENTERING
if "Thresholds" = "Low" or "Both"
Mx:pH/ORP
Glass electrode
Ref. electrode
Temperature
Mx:Conductivity
.
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0***
Error high:
ENTERING
if "Thresholds" = "High" or "Both"
Open loop
ON/OFF
if the analogue input is configured in "voltage"
mode
Status:
ON/OFF
Impedance
READING
Dépend. temp.
ENTERING
Warning high:
ENTERING
Warning low:
ENTERING
Error high:
ENTERING
Error low:
ENTERING
Status:
ON/OFF
Impedance
READING
Warning high:
ENTERING
Warning low:
ENTERING
Error high:
ENTERING
Error low:
ENTERING
Status:
ON/OFF
Temperature
READING
Warning high:
ENTERING
Warning low:
ENTERING
Error high:
ENTERING
Error low:
ENTERING
Monitor
READING
Conductivity
Status:
ON/OFF
Conductivity
READING
Warning high:
ENTERING
Warning low:
ENTERING
Error high:
ENTERING
Error low:
ENTERING
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Diagnostics
Tests
Mx:Conductivity
Temperature
Status:
ON/OFF
Temperature
READING
Warning high:
ENTERING
Warning low:
ENTERING
Error high:
ENTERING
Error low:
ENTERING
Monitor
READING
System
Code
0***
Simul. value PV
PV:
M0:MAIN
Confirm code
0***
M1:
... 1)
Mx:
M0:Outputs
Value:
ENTERING
AO1:
ENTERING
AO2:
ENTERING
DO1:
OFF/ON
DO2:
OFF/ON
Mx:Outputs
Information
Error
MESSAGE
Warning
MESSAGE
Maintenance
MESSAGE
Smiley
MESSAGE
System log
READING
Versions
M0
READING
READING
M1:
...
Mx:
READING
1)
The choices offered depend on the modules fitted and/or the options activated. See section 8.10.4 Consulting and/or activating the
available software options and section 8.16 Process inputs or values.
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8.16
Process inputs or values
8.16.1 On the M0:MAIN board
M0:MAIN
None
Warning
AO1
AO2
DO1
DO2
SysSwitch
DI1
DI2
DI1: Qv
DI2: Qv
DI1: TotA
DI1: TotB
DI2: TotA
DI2: TotB
Available on the device if the software option "FLOW" is active. See
section 8.10.4
DI1: Hz
DI2: Hz
Fx:
"Warning" = event generated by the 8619
"AOx" = analogue output
"DOx" = digital output
"System switch" = when the corresponding event is configured and activated
"DIx" = digital input
"DIx Qv" = flow rate on digital input DIx
"DIx TotA" = totaliser A on digital input DIx
"DIx TotA" = totaliser B on digital input DIx
"DIx Hz" = frequency on digital input DIx
"Fx:" = result of configured and activated functions
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8.16.2 On the input module
Mx:Inputs
AI1
AI2
DI1
DI2
DI1: Qv
DI2: Qv
DI1: TotA
DI1: TotB
DI2: TotA
DI2: TotB
AI1Raw
Available on the device if the software option "FLOW" is active. See
section 8.10.4
AI2Raw
DI1:Hz
DI2:Hz
"AIx" = scaled physical value (see section 8.10.20).
"DIx" = digital input
"DIx Qv" = flow rate on digital input DIx
"DIx TotA" = totaliser A on digital input DIx
"DIx TotA" = totaliser B on digital input DIx
"AIxRaw" = current or voltage standard signal on analogue input AIx
"DIx Hz" = frequency on digital input DIx
8.16.3 On the pH/redox module
Mx:pH/ORP
pH
mV
ORP
°C
°F
RTD
"pH" = measured pH of the fluid
"mV" = measured pH of the fluid in mV
"ORP" = measured oxidation reduction potential of the fluid in mV
"°C" = measured temperature of the fluid in °C
"°F" = measured temperature of the fluid in °F
"RTD" = input resistance of the temperature stage in W
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8.16.4 On the conductivity module
Mx:Conductivity
µS/cm
W.cm
°C
°F
RTD
TDS
%
USP
"μS/cm" = measured conductivity of the fluid
"W.cm" = resistivity
"°C" = measured temperature of the fluid in °C
"°F" = measured temperature of the fluid in °F
"RTD" = input resistance of the temperature stage in W
"TDS" = quantity of dissolved solids in the fluid in ppm
"%" = mass concentration of the fluid (software option)
"USP" = state of the USP function
8.16.5 On the additional outputs module
Mx:Outputs
AO1
AO2
DO1
DO2
"AOx" = analogue output
"DOx" = digital output
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Repair and maintenance................................................................................................................................................... 154
9.1
Safety instructions........................................................................................................................................................... 154
9.2
Maintenance of the 8619.............................................................................................................................................. 154
9.3
If you encounter problems.......................................................................................................................................... 154
9.3.1
Miscellaneous problems................................................................................................................. 154
9.3.2
"Error" events related to the monitoring of process parameters (Right red LED
displayed)................................................................................................ 155
and icons X and
9.3.3
"Error" events related to a problem with the device (Left red LED and icons X
and
displayed)............................................................................................................................ 156
9.3.4
"Warning" events related to the monitoring of process parameters (Right orand
displayed)............................................................................... 157
ange LED and icons
9.3.5
"Warning" events related to a problem with the device (Left orange LED and
and
displayed)........................................................................................................... 159
icons
9.3.6
"Maintenance" events related to calibration (Right orange LED and icons ,
and
displayed)...................................................................................................................... 159
9.3.7
Error messages during data saving.............................................................................................. 159
9.3.8
Error messages during data loading............................................................................................ 160
9.3.9
Messages during datalogging (icon
9.3.10
Miscellaneous messages................................................................................................................ 161
X
displayed)........................................................... 161
10
Spare parts and accessories.................................................................................................................................... 162
11
Packaging and transport............................................................................................................................................. 162
12
Storage............................................................................................................................................................................................ 163
13
Disposal of the device...................................................................................................................................................... 163
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Repair and maintenance
9.1
Safety instructions
DANGER
Risk of injury due to electrical voltage.
▶▶Shut down and isolate the electrical power source before carrying out work on the system.
▶▶Observe all applicable accident protection and safety regulations for electrical equipment.
Warning
Risk of injury due to non-conforming maintenance.
▶▶Maintenance must only be carried out by qualified and skilled staff with the appropriate tools.
▶▶Ensure that the restart of the installation is controlled after any interventions.
9.2
Maintenance of the 8619
The 8619 can be cleaned with a duster slightly moistened with water with possible addition of a detergent compatible with the materials it is made of.
Please feel free to contact your Bürkert supplier for any additional information.
9.3
If you encounter problems
9.3.1
Miscellaneous problems
Problem
Recommended action
→→Check that the ribbon cable which links the display to the electronics
On a wall mounting version, the
board is connected.
display is not lit although the device
is supplied with power.
→→If the ribbon cable is connected, check the wiring.
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9.3.2
"Error" events related to the monitoring of process
parameters (Right red LED and icons X and
displayed)
When an error event related to the monitoring of the process parameters is generated:
• The 4-20 mA output(s) generate a current of 22 mA if "Diag. events" is configured as "22 mA" (see
section8.10.21);
• The transistor outputs operate normally.
Message displayed in the
"Information"
menu
"Mx:E:AIx low"
"Mx:E:AIx high"
"Mx:E:AIx open"
"Mx:E:Glass
imped."
Meaning
Recommended action
The value of the analogue input of the
"Mx:Inputs" module is out of range.
→→Check the wiring of the input.
This message is displayed if monitoring of
the analogue input is activated for the "Mx"
module, depending on the ERROR LOW
threshold defined (see section 8.12.2).
The value of the analogue input of the
"Mx:Inputs" module is out of range.
This message is displayed if monitoring of
the analogue input is activated for the "Mx"
module, depending on the ERROR HIGH
threshold defined (see section 8.12.2).
An open loop has been detected on the analogue input configured in voltage mode.
This message is displayed if detection of an
open loop is activated for module "Mx" (see
section 8.12.3).
The impedance of the measurement electrode on the "Mx" module is out of range.
This message is displayed if monitoring of
the impedance of the measurement electrode
on the "Mx" module is activated, depending
on the ERROR LOW and ERROR HIGH
thresholds defined (see section 8.12.4).
"Mx:E:Ref. imped." The impedance of the reference electrode is
out of range.
This message is displayed if monitoring of
the impedance of the reference electrode is
activated, depending on the ERROR LOW
and ERROR HIGH thresholds defined (see
section 8.12.4).
"Mx:E:Conductivity" The fluid conductivity is out of range.
This message is displayed if monitoring of
the fluid conductivity on the "Mx" module is
activated, depending on the ERROR LOW
and ERROR HIGH thresholds defined (see
section 8.12.5).
→→Make sure the connected instrument
functions correctly.
→→Check the wiring of the input.
→→Make sure the connected instrument
functions correctly.
→→Check the wiring of the input.
→→Make sure the connected instrument
functions correctly.
→→Go to the "Diagnostics" menu to read
the impedance value of the pH electrode
(section 8.12.4).
→→If necessary, clean the probe then recali-
brate the measurement sensor or replace
the probe.
→→Go to the "Diagnostics" menu to read the
impedance value of the reference electrode (section 8.12.4).
→→If necessary, clean the probe then recali-
brate the measurement sensor or replace
the probe.
→→Go to the "Diagnostics" menu to read the
fluid conductivity value (section 8.12.5).
→→If necessary, clean the measuring cell
and/or recalibrate the sensor.
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Message disMeaning
played in the
"Information"
menu
"Mx:E:Temperature" The fluid temperature is out of range.
Recommended action
→→Go to the "Diagnostics" menu to read
This message is displayed if monitoring of
the fluid temperature on the "Mx" module is
activated, depending on the ERROR LOW
and ERROR HIGH thresholds defined (see
section 8.12.6).
the value of the temperature measured
(section 8.12.6).
→→If necessary, check whether the temperature sensor is working correctly
by measuring a fluid with a known
temperature.
→→If the temperature sensor is faulty, return
it to the manufacturer.
→→If the temperature sensor is not the
"Mx:E:RTD open"
The temperature sensor is not connected to
the "Mx" module
This message may only be displayed if the
measurement mode of the temperature
for module "Mx" is set to "automatic" (see
section 8.10.23 and/or 8.10.24).
9.3.3
cause of the problem, check the process.
→→Connect a temperature sensor to the
"Mx" module or set the temperature value
used in the process to "Manual" mode
(see section 8.10.23 and/or 8.10.24).
"Error" events related to a problem with the device (Left red
LED and icons X and
displayed)
When an error event related to a problem with the device is generated:
• The 4-20 mA output(s) generate a current of 22 mA
• The transistor outputs operate normally.
Message displayed in the
"Information"
menu
"Mx:E:ORP sat."
"MxE:pH sat."
"M0:E:Mx com."
Meaning
Recommended action
The pH and/or redox value is not being
correctly measured due to the saturation of
the input stage of the measuring board
→→Check the correct wiring of the earth
points
→→Check the equipotential surfaces of the
installation
→→Switch the power supply off then on again
The link to the measurement module is
interrupted
→→If the error persists, return the device to
Bürkert
"Mx:E:Memory FR"
Factory data is lost.
→→Switch the power supply off then on again
The process continues but the accuracy of
the device is modified.
→→If the error persists, return the device to
"Mx:E:Memory IR"
Bürkert
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Message displayed in the
"Information"
menu
"Mx:E:Memory UR"
Meaning
Recommended action
User data for the sensors is lost
→→Switch the power supply off then on again
→→Check the parameters of all the sensors
then save them again
"Mx:E:Memory UW"
→→If the error persists, return the device to
Bürkert
"Mx:E:Memory CR" The calibration parameters of the "Mx"
module are lost
→→Switch the power supply off then on again
→→If the error originates in the "M0" main
board, perform a new teach-in
"Mx:E:Memory CW"
→→If the error originates in an "Mx" module,
calibrate the sensor connected to this
module again
→→If the error persists, return the device to
Bürkert
"Mx:E:RTClock"
→→Return the device to Bürkert.
The clock is faulty.
The process continues.
9.3.4
"Warning" events related to the monitoring of process
parameters (Right orange LED and icons
and
displayed)
When a "warning" event related to the monitoring of the process parameters is generated:
• The 4-20 mA output(s) operate normally
• The transistor outputs configured in "warning" mode switch.
Message displayed Meaning
in the "Information"
menu
The value of the analogue input of the
"Mx:W:AIx low"
"Mx:Inputs" module is out of range.
"Mx:W:AIx high"
This message is displayed if monitoring
of the analogue input is activated for the
"Mx" module, depending on the WARNING
threshold defined Defined LOW (see
section 8.12.2).
The value of the analogue input of the
"Mx:Inputs" module is out of range.
This message is displayed if monitoring
of the analogue input is activated for the
"Mx" module, depending on the WARNING
threshold defined Defined HIGH (see
section 8.12.2).
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Recommended action
→→Check the wiring of the input.
→→Make sure the connected instrument
functions correctly.
→→Check the wiring of the input.
→→Make sure the connected instrument
functions correctly.
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Message displayed Meaning
in the "Information"
menu
"Mx:W:Ref imped." The impedance of the reference electrode
on the "Mx" module is out of range.
"Mx:W:Glass
imped."
This message is displayed if monitoring of
the impedance of the reference electrode
is activated on the "Mx" module, depending
on the WARNING LOW and WARNING
HIGH thresholds defined (see section
8.12.4).
The impedance of the measurement electrode on the "Mx" module is out of range.
This message is displayed if monitoring
of the impedance of the measurement
electrode is activated on the "Mx" module,
depending on the WARNING LOW and
WARNING HIGH thresholds defined (see
section 8.12.4).
"Mx:W:Conductivity" The fluid conductivity is out of range.
This message is displayed if monitoring of
the fluid conductivity is activated on the
"Mx" module, depending on the WARNING
LOW and WARNING HIGH thresholds
defined (see section 8.12.5).
"Mx:W:Temperature" The fluid temperature is out of range.
This message is displayed if monitoring of
the fluid temperature is activated on the
"Mx" module, depending on the WARNING
LOW and WARNING HIGH thresholds
defined (see section 8.12.6).
Recommended action
→→Go to the "Diagnostics" menu to read the
impedance value of the reference electrode (section 8.12.4).
→→If necessary, clean the probe then recali-
brate the measurement sensor or replace
the probe.
→→Go to the "Diagnostics" menu to read
the impedance value of the measurement
electrode (section 8.12.4).
→→If necessary, clean the probe then recali-
brate the measurement sensor or replace
the probe.
→→Go to the "Diagnostics" menu to read the
fluid conductivity value (section 8.12.5).
→→If necessary, clean the cell then recalibrate the measurement sensor
→→Go to the "Diagnostics" menu to read
the value of the temperature measured
(section 8.12.6).
→→If necessary, check whether the temperature sensor is working correctly
by measuring a fluid with a known
temperature.
→→If the temperature sensor is faulty, return it
to the manufacturer.
→→If the temperature sensor is not the cause
of the problem, check the process.
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9.3.5
"Warning" events related to a problem with the device (Left
orange LED and icons
and
displayed)
When a "warning" event related to a problem with the device is generated:
• The 4-20 mA output(s) operate normally
• The transistor outputs configured in "warning" mode switch.
Message displayed in the
"Information"
menu
"M0:W:Time lost"
"M0:W:ON/OFF
time"
"M0:W:Pulse x
lim."
"M0:W:Pulse x
1:1"
9.3.6
Meaning
Recommended action
The date and time are lost.
→→Set the date and time again (see
section 8.10.1).
The duration defined for the "Max-ONtime"
→→Deactivate then reactivate the ON/OFF
parameter in the ON/OFF function has been
function
exceeded (see section 8.10.11)
In "Pulse" mode, the volume entered for a
→→Enter an appropriate volume
pulse is incorrect (see page 103)
→→Check the K factor.
In "Pulse" mode, the volume entered for a
→→Enter an appropriate volume
pulse is incorrect (see page 103).
→→Check the K factor.
"Maintenance" events related to calibration (Right orange
LED and icons ,
and
displayed)
When a "maintenance" event related to calibration is generated:
• The 4-20 mA output(s) operate normally
• The transistor outputs configured in "warning" mode switch.
Message disMeaning
played in the
"Information"
menu
"MxM:Time to cal." A calibration is due on the sensor in the "Mx"
module.
Recommended action
→→Calibrate the sensor (section
8.10.15 or 8.10.16)
The periodicity of calibrations is set in the
"INTERVAL" function in the "CALIBRATION
INTERVAL" menu (see section 8.11.15 or
8.11.16).
9.3.7
Error messages during data saving
The following error messages may be displayed when saving data (see section 8.10.5).
Message
displayed
"Missing memory
card"
Meaning
Recommended action
No memory card has been inserted into the device
or the memory card has not been formatted.
→→Insert a memory card into the
device (see section 5.2).
→→Format the memory card.
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Message
displayed
"Datalogger is
enabled"
«File open»
"Memory card
write"
Meaning
Recommended action
The memory card is already used by the
datalogger.
The file cannot be created.
Write problem of the file.
→→Deactivate the "data logging" (see
section 8.10.18).
→→Format the memory card.
→→Check that the memory card is not
write protected.
→→Check that there is enough free
space on the memory card.
9.3.8
Error messages during data loading
The following error messages may be displayed when loading data (see section 8.10.6).
Message
displayed
"Missing memory
card"
Meaning
Recommended action
No memory card has been inserted into the device
or the memory card has not been formatted.
→→Insert a memory card into the
"Datalogger is
enabled"
«File open»
The memory card is already used by the
datalogger.
The file with the saved data cannot be read:
• Either because the two devices are not
compatible.
device (see section 5.2).
→→Format the memory card.
→→Deactivate the "data logging" (see
section 8.10.18).
To check the compatibility between the
devices:
→→Save the data from each device (on
two different memory cards),
• Or, because the data saving failed.
→→Check that the file names are the
same.
→→If the file names are different, enter
the configuration by hand.
"Memory card
read"
«Incompatible
module»
The file with the saved data is corrupted.
→→Use another file.
You are trying to transfer data saved from one
module to another module of a different type (e.g.
the data saved from a pH module to a conductivity
module).
→→Load data to a module of the same
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9.3.9
X
Messages during datalogging (icon
The error messages associated to the icon
X
displayed)
, can be transmitted during datalogging (see section 8.10.18).
Message displayed in the system
log
"M0:MC read only"
Meaning
Recommended action
The card is write protected.
Authorise writing on the card by
pushing the load lever.
"M0:MC failure"
Problem on the memory card.
• Make sure there is a memory card in
the device.
• Format the memory card.
• If the problem persists, change the
memory card.
"M0:MC full"
The memory card is full.
• Insert an empty memory card or
delete data on the current card.
• If the problem persists, format the
card using a PC.
• If the problem persists, change the
memory card type.
"M0:MC data loss"
The card was removed when the
datalogger was "ON"
Data is lost.
Always deactivate the datalogger
before removing the memory card from
the device (see section 8.10.18).
9.3.10 Miscellaneous messages
Message displayed in the system
log
"M0:Power on"
Meaning
Recommended action
The device is switched on.
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Spare parts and accessories
CAUTION
Risk of injury and/or material damage caused by the use of unsuitable parts.
Incorrect accessories and unsuitable replacement parts may cause injuries and damage the device and the surrounding area.
▶▶Use only original accessories and original replacement parts from Bürkert.
Spare part
4 plastic fasteners for the 8619 multiCELL
4 plastic screws for the cover of the 8619 multiCELL WM
Order code
560225
565193
Accessory
8 GB SDHC memory card
Assembly kit for the 8619 multiCELL WM
pH sensor connection cable, 3m
pH sensor connection cable, 5m
pH sensor connection cable, 10m
Pt1000 temperature sensor connection cable, 3m
Pt1000 temperature sensor connection cable, 5m
Pt1000 temperature sensor connection cable, 10m
Variopin cable, 3m
Variopin cable, 5m
Variopin cable, 10m
Software option: PID
Software option: datalogger
Software option: dosing
Software option: flow
Software option: concentration
Order code
564072
564596
561904
561905
561906
561907
427113
554822
554855
554856
554857
561836
561837
561838
561839
561840
11
Packaging and transport
NOTE
Damage due to transport
Transport may damage an insufficiently protected device.
▶▶Transport the device in shock-resistant packaging and away from humidity and dirt.
▶▶Do not expose the device to temperatures that may exceed the admissible storage temperature range.
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Storage
NOTE
Poor storage can damage the device.
▶▶Store the device in a dry place away from dust.
▶▶Storage temperature: -20 ... +70 °C, limited to -10 ... +70°C if the memory card with order code 564072 is
inserted.
13
Disposal of the device
→→Dispose of the device and its packaging in an environmentally-friendly way.
Note:
Comply with the national and/or local regulations concerning waste disposal.
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