Manual Protos 3400 - Knick International

The Art of Measuring.
Analysenmesssystem
Protos
3400(X)
Protos 3400(X)
Process
Analysis System
Betriebsanleitung
User Manual
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MessmodulModule
Protos CONDI
(X)-051
Measuring
Protos 3400
OXY 3400(X)-067
zur
Leitfähigkeitsmessung
mit
induktiven
Sensoren
For (Trace) Oxygen Measurement in Liquids
and
Gases
Aktuelle
Produktinformation:
www.knick.de
Latest
Product
Information: www.knick.de
©2017 Subject to change without notice
Return of Products under Warranty
Please contact our Service Team before returning a defective device. Ship the cleaned device to
the address you have been given. If the device has been in contact with process fluids, it must be
­decontaminated/­disinfected before shipment. In that case, please attach a corresponding certificate,
for the health and safety of our service personnel.
Disposal
Please observe the applicable local or national regulations concerning the disposal of
“waste electrical and electronic equipment”.
Trademarks
The following trademarks are used in this manual without further marking:
CalCheck®, Calimatic®, Protos®, Sensocheck®, Sensoface®, ServiceScope®, Unical®, VariPower®, Ceramat®,
SensoGate®
are registered trademarks of Knick Elektronische Messgeräte GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
Memosens®
is a registered trademark of
Endress+Hauser Conducta GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
Knick Elektronische Messgeräte GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
SMARTMEDIA®
is a registered trademark of Toshiba Corp., Japan
Knick
Elektronische Messgeräte GmbH & Co. KG
Beuckestr. 22
14163 Berlin, Germany
Phone:
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Web:
Email:
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Table of Contents
Protos OXY 3400(X)-067 Module
Return of Products under Warranty..................................................................................... 2
Disposal.......................................................................................................................................... 2
Trademarks.................................................................................................................................... 2
Intended Use................................................................................................................................. 6
Conformity with FDA 21 CFR Part 11................................................................................... 6
Safety Information...................................................................................................................... 7
Application in Hazardous Locations:
OXY 3400X-067 Module............................................................................................................ 7
Software Version ......................................................................................................................... 8
Modular Concept........................................................................................................................ 9
Short Description........................................................................................... 10
Short description: FRONT module......................................................................................10
Short Description: Menu Structure.....................................................................................11
Short Description: BASE Module.........................................................................................13
ISM................................................................................................................... 15
ISM – Connecting a Sensor....................................................................................................16
ISM – First Calibration..............................................................................................................17
ISM – Parameter Setting.........................................................................................................18
ISM – Predictive Maintenance..............................................................................................19
ISM – Diagnostics......................................................................................................................20
CIP (Cleaning in Place) / SIP (Sterilization in Place)......................................................21
Terminal Plate................................................................................................. 22
Inserting the Module..................................................................................... 23
Wiring.............................................................................................................. 24
Menu Selection............................................................................................... 25
Menu Structure............................................................................................... 25
Passcode Entry................................................................................................ 26
Changing a passcode......................................................................................................26
Configuring the Measurement Display........................................................ 27
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Calibration / Adjustment............................................................................... 29
Adjustment..................................................................................................................................30
Recommendations for Calibration......................................................................................31
HOLD Function During Calibration....................................................................................32
Automatic Calibration in Water............................................................................................34
Automatic Calibration in Air..................................................................................................36
Product Calibration (Calibration with Sampling) .........................................................38
Data Entry of Premeasured Sensors ..................................................................................40
Zero Correction..........................................................................................................................41
Parameter Setting: Operating Levels........................................................... 42
Administrator level...................................................................................................................42
Operator level.............................................................................................................................42
Viewing level...............................................................................................................................42
Parameter Setting: Locking a Function ............................................................................43
Activating Parameter Setting...............................................................................................44
Documenting Parameter Setting........................................................................................45
ProgaLog 3000 Software (Option) for Configuration and Documentation .......47
Configuration using "ProgaLog 3000"......................................................................50
Setting the Sensor Data Parameters............................................................ 51
Sensoface.....................................................................................................................................57
Calculation Blocks.....................................................................................................................58
Logbook ......................................................................................................................................60
Factory setting...........................................................................................................................60
Messages: Default settings and selection range...........................................................61
Device limits................................................................................................................................61
Configuring the Current Output.........................................................................................63
Current Outputs: Characteristics.........................................................................................64
Output Filter................................................................................................................................66
NAMUR Signals: Current Outputs.......................................................................................67
NAMUR Signals: Relay Contacts...........................................................................................68
Relay Contacts: Protective Wiring.......................................................................................69
Relay Contacts, Usage.............................................................................................................70
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Relay Contacts: Sensoface Messages.................................................................................71
Rinse Contact..............................................................................................................................72
Icons in the Measurement Display.....................................................................................73
Limit Value, Hysteresis, Contact Type................................................................................73
OK1, OK2 Inputs: Specify Level............................................................................................74
Switching Parameter Sets via OK2......................................................................................75
Selecting Parameter Set (A, B) via OK2 Input.................................................................75
Signaling Active Parameter Set via Relay Contact........................................................75
Maintenance................................................................................................... 77
Diagnostics Functions.................................................................................... 78
Point of meas description......................................................................................................78
Logbook........................................................................................................................................78
Device description....................................................................................................................79
FRONT module...........................................................................................................................79
BASE module..............................................................................................................................79
Module diagnostics..................................................................................................................80
Sensor monitor..........................................................................................................................80
Cal record.....................................................................................................................................81
Sensor network diagram........................................................................................................81
Statistics........................................................................................................................................81
Message list ................................................................................................................................84
Specifications.................................................................................................. 89
Appendix:........................................................................................................ 92
Minimum Spans for Current Outputs................................................................................92
Dissolved Oxygen Measurement in Carbonated Beverages (SW 3400-011)......93
Index................................................................................................................ 98
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Intended Use
The module is used to measure oxygen in liquids and gases.
The module permits simultaneous measurement of oxygen partial pressure,
barometric pressure, and temperature. In addition, oxygen saturation or concentration and in gases the volume concentration can be calculated and displayed.
The OXY 3400X-067 module is intended for operation in locations subject to
explosion hazards which require equipment of Group II, device category 2(1),
gas/dust.
Conformity with FDA 21 CFR Part 11
In their directive “Title 21 Code of Federal Regulations, 21 CFR Part 11,
Electronic Records; Electronic Signatures“ the US American health agency FDA
(Food and Drug Administration) regulates the production and processing of
electronic documents for pharmaceutical development and production. This
results in requirements for measuring devices used for corresponding applications. The following features ensure that the Protos 3400(X) modular process
analysis system meets the demands of FDA 21 CFR Part 11:
Electronic Signature
Access to the device functions is regulated and limited by individually adjustable codes – “Passcodes“. This prevents unauthorized modification of device
settings or manipulation of the measurement results. Appropriate use of these
passcodes makes them suitable as electronic signature.
Audit Trail Log
Every change of device settings can be automatically recorded and documented in the Audit Trail Log on the SmartMedia card. The recording can be
encrypted.
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Safety Information
Application in Hazardous Locations
Caution!
Never try to open the module! If a repair should be required, return the module
to our factory.
If the specifications in the instruction manual are not sufficient for assessing
the safety of operation, please contact the manufacturer to make sure that your
intended application is possible and safe.
Be sure to observe during installation:
• Switch off power supply before replacing or inserting a module.
• Protect the signal inputs of the modules against electrostatic discharge.
• Before commissioning it must be proved that the device may be connected
with other equipment.
• Observe correct shielding: To avoid interferences, the cable shielding must
be completely covered by the ESD shielding cap.
Application in Hazardous Locations:
OXY 3400X-067 Module
The module is approved for operation in hazardous locations.
Observe all applicable local codes and standards for the installation of ­electrical
equipment in hazardous locations. For orientation, please refer to
IEC 60079-14, EU directives 2014/34/EU and 1999/92/EC (ATEX), NFPA 70 (NEC),
ANSI/ISA-RP12.06.01.
• When installing the device in a hazardous location, observe the specifications of the EC-Type-Examination Certificate and, if applicable, of the Control
Drawing (download: www.knick.de).
• Before commissioning you must prove that the device may be connected
with other equipment, such as a supply unit including cables and wires.
• In hazardous locations the device shall only be cleaned with a damp cloth to
prevent electrostatic charging.
• Devices and modules which have already been used shall be subjected to
a professional routine test before they may be operated in another zone or
another type of protection.
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Software Version
OXY 3400(X)-067 Module
Device Software Protos 3400(X)
The OXY 3400(X)-067 module is supported by software version 7.0
or higher.
Module Software OXY 3400(X)-067
Software version 3.x
Query actual device/module software
When the analyzer is in measuring mode:
Press menu key, open Diagnostics menu: Device description
Menu Display
Device description
Device description
83.3 %Air
22.7 °C
Module FRONT 3400-011
Operating panel Protos
Hardware: 2, Software: A.1
Serial number: 08150815
Module FRONT
BASE
Options
Return
Device description
83.3 %Air
22.7 °C
Module OXY 3400-067
Input for O2 and °C
Hardware: 1, Software: 3.1
Serial number: 471101147
Module FRONT
Return
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BASE
Options
Device hardware and software
­version
Provides information on all modules
installed: Module type and function,
serial number, hardware and software
version and device options.
Select the different modules (FRONT,
BASE, slots 1 - 3) using the arrow keys.
Query module software
Module OXY 3400-067,
hardware and software version,
serial number –
here installed in slot 3.
Modular Concept
Basic unit, measuring modules, additional functions
The Protos 3400(X) is an expandable modular process analysis system.
The basic unit (FRONT and BASE modules) provides three slots which can be
equipped by the user with any combination of measuring or communication
modules. The software capabilities can be expanded by additional functions
(options). Additional functions must be ordered separately. They are supplied
with a device-specific TAN for function release.
Protos 3400(X) Modular Process Analysis System
Additional functions
Activation via
device-specific TAN
SmartMedia card
Data recording
ProgaLog 3000
Windows® software for
parameter setting and
data evaluation
Measuring modules
• pH / ORP / Temp
• O2 / Temp
• Noncontacting conductivity / Temp
• Contacting conductivity / Temp
• Memosens sensors
3 module slots
for free combination of
measuring and c­ ommunication
modules
Communication modules
• OUT (additional switching and ­current
outputs)
• PID (analog and digital controller)
• Profibus PA
• Foundation Fieldbus
• FIU (Memosens, Unical)
(software occupies 2 slots)
• Unical probe controller
Documentation
The basic unit is accompanied by a CD-ROM containing the complete
­documentation.
Latest product information as well as user manuals for earlier software
releases are available at
www.knick.de.
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Short Description
Short description: FRONT module
4 captive screws
for opening the analyzer
(NOTICE! Make sure that the gasket between FRONT and
BASE is properly seated and clean!)
Transflective LC graphic display
(240 x 160 pixels)
white backlighting, high resolution and
high contrast.
Measurement display
User interface
with plaintext menus as recommended by NAMUR.
Menu texts can be switched to:
German, English, French, Italian,
Swedish/Portuguese or Spanish.
Intuitively acquirable menu logic,
based on Windows standards.
24.0°C
25.8°C
Secondary displays
2 softkeys
with context-sensitive functions.
Red LED
signals failure (On) or
maintenance request/function check
(flashing) according to NE 44.
Green LED
Voltage supply okay
Control panel
3 function keys
(menu, meas, enter)
and 4 arrow keys for menu selection
and data entry
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5 self-sealing cable glands
M20 x 1.5
for entry of voltage supply and signal lines
Short Description: Menu Structure
Basic functions: Calibration, Maintenance, Parameter setting, Diagnostics
3
Calibration
Menu groups
Maintenance Parameter setting Diagnostics
1
Measure
2
Passcode:
1147
2958
4
1246
Operator level
1989
Administrator level
5
Selection of
further
menu items:
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
6
BASE
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
SYSTEM
FRONT
BASE
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Legend:
1)Pressing the menu key accesses menu selection.
2)Pressing the meas key returns to measurement.
3)Menu groups are selected using the arrow keys
4)Press enter to confirm, enter passcode
5)Further menu items are displayed
6)Selected functions of the Diagnostics menu can be recalled
via softkey even when in measuring mode
Message list
Point of meas
description
Logbook
Device description
FRONT
BASE
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
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Short Description: FRONT Module
View into the open device (FRONT module)
Slot for SmartMedia card
• Data recording
The SmartMedia card expands the
measurement recorder capacity to
> 50000 records.
• Exchange of parameter sets
5 parameter sets can be stored on the
SmartMedia card, 2 of them can be
loaded simultaneously to the analyzer
and be switched by remote control.
Parameter sets can be transmitted
from one analyzer to the other.
• Function expansions
are possible with additional software
modules, which are released using
transaction numbers (TAN).
• Software updates
Terminal plates
of “hidden” modules
Each module comes with an adhesive label
containing the contact assignments. This
label should be sticked to the inner side
of the front (as shown). Then, the terminal
assignments remain visible even if further
modules are inserted.
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Replacing the front module
Pull off power cord and ground wire.
To separate the FRONT module from
the BASE module, turn the retaining screws
of the pivot hinge by 90°.
The circumferential sealing
guarantees IP 65 protection and allows spray
cleaning / disinfection.
NOTICE! Keep clean!
Short Description: BASE Module
View into the open device (BASE module, 3 function modules installed)
Module equipment
Module identification: Plug & Play.
Up to 3 modules can be combined as
desired. Several input and communication
modules are available.
Note
Only one module can be
­connected in addition to a
FIU 3400(X)-140/141 module.
BASE module
2 current outputs (free assignment of
­process variable) and 4 relay contacts,
2 digital inputs.
VariPower broad-range power supply unit,
20 ... 265 V AC/DC, suitable for all public
mains supplies in the world.
Power supply units, Ex version:
100 ... 230 V AC or
24 V AC/DC
Warning!
Do not touch the terminal compartment,
there may be ­dangerous contact voltages!
Important notice concerning SmartMedia Card
The SmartMedia card may be inserted or replaced with the power supply
switched on. Before a memory card is removed, it must be “closed” in the maintenance menu. When closing the device, make sure that the sealing is properly
seated and clean.
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ISM
(Intelligent Sensor Management)
The module allows the connection of ISM sensors.
Information Available in the ISM Sensor
The sensor provides information concerning manufacturer, production date,
sensor description, application data, and original calibration data, as well as
information on predictive maintenance, such as the maximum load index and
maximally permitted number of CIP/SIP cycles.
Statistical data inform on the product life cycle of the sensor: data of the last
3 calibrations, adjustment record, media values, partial pressure, temperature,
response time, impedance, barometric pressure.
This allows the following diagnostics to be performed:
- Calculation of the individual load index
- Wear indication
- Membrane changes
- Inner body changes
Taking Over the Minimum/Maximum Temperature
The maximum temperature range is stored in the ISM sensor.
When "Sensor monitoring Auto" has been selected, the value pair for the
­maximum + minimum temperature is automatically taken over from the s­ ensor.
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ISM –
Connecting a Sensor
An ISM sensor is immediately ­identified after being connected:
99.2 % Air
25.6 °C
ISM sensor identified
Sensor:
Manufacturer:
Article No.:
Serial number:
Adjustment:
InPro 6900
Mettler Toledo
52002559
0000313
09/06/10 08:15
Proceed
Date 09/06/10
Parameter set
99.2 % Air
25.6 °C
Message list
1 messg.
Warn New sensor, adjustment required
All sensor-typical parameters are automatically
sent to the analyzer.
These are, for example, the measuring range,
zero and slope of the sensor, but also the type
of temperature probe. Without any further
parameter setting, measurement starts at once,
the measuring temperature is simultaneously
detected.
Premeasured ISM ­sensors can be used for measurement without previous calibration.
The ISM logo is displayed as long as an ISM
­sensor is connected.
When the ISM sensor has not been adjusted, the
“maintenance request” icon is displayed.
A new entry is added to the message list of the
Diagnostics menu:
Warn New sensor, adjustment required
Return
Date 09/06/10
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Parameter set
Failure Message
(Incorrect Measured Values)
Measured value, alarm icon, and module slot
identifier are flashing.
The flashing means:
NOTICE!
The displayed value is no “valid” measured value!
ISM –
First Calibration
Prior to first use, an ISM sensor must be calibrated:
99.2 % Air
25.6 °C
Menu selection
Select:
[enter]
Return to meas
To open calibration
Press menu key to select menu.
The measured values (upper right corner) and
the “alarm” and “calibration” icons are ­flashing.
(The analyzer classifies the values as “invalid”
because of the missing calibration).
Lingua
Select calibration using arrow keys,
confirm with enter. Passcode: 1147.
(To change passcode, select:
Parameter setting/System control/Passcode
entry)
After passcode entry, the system is in function
check mode: Current outputs and relay contacts
behave as configured* and supply either the
last measured value or a fixed value until the
Calibration menu is exited.
* The current outputs / relay contacts are configured
in the BASE module or the communication modules
(OUT).
The HOLD mode is indicated by the “Hold” icon
(upper left of display).
Calibration
99.2 % Air
25.6 °C
Select module using arrow keys,
confirm by pressing enter.
Module OXY 3400-067
Return
Info
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ISM –
Parameter Setting
99.2 % Air
20.1 °C
Menu selection
Select:
Since ISM sensors have an “electronic datasheet”,
many parameters are already ­provided by the
sensor and automatically taken over by the
­analyzer.
To enter the process-related parameters, select:
[enter]
Lingua
Return to meas
99.2 % Air
20.1 °C
Parameter setting (Administrator)
System control
Module FRONT 3400-011
Module BASE 3400-029
Module CONDI 3400-051
Module PID 3400-121
Module OXY 3400-067
Return
• Parameter setting
• Module selection
• Sensor data
99.2 % Air
20.1 °C
Module OXY 3400-067 (Administrator)
Input filter
Sensor data
Cal preset values
Pressure correction
Salinity correction
Messages
Return
Block
99.2 % Air
20.1 °C
Sensor monitoring details (Administrator)
Slope
Zero
Sensocheck
Response time
Sensor wear
CIP counter
Return
(Auto)
(Auto)
(Auto)
(Auto)
(Auto)
()
Sensor Monitoring Details
The values for slope, zero, response time, and
temperature range are automatically read by the
module*. Additional specifications are required
for sensor wear, CIP/SIP counter, autoclaving
counter, and sensor operating time.
The tolerance limits are displayed in gray.
*
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Individual specifications are not overwritten
by ISM sensor data.
ISM –
Predictive Maintenance
80.7%Air
205 mbar
Module OXY 3400-067
Sensor monitor
Adjust temp probe
Autoclaving counter
Membrane body changes
Inner body changes
The settings for ­predictive maintenance are
made in the
• Maintenance menu /
Module selection
Return
80.7%Air
205 mbar
Autoclaving counter
Max. cycles
Count cycles
Return
050
007
Cycles+1
Membrane body changes
Max. changes
Count changes
80.7%Air
205 mbar
004
000
Update sensor data after change:
Date
09/06/10
Serial number
0000772
Return
Inner body changes
Max. changes
Count changes
Take over
80.7%Air
205 mbar
004
000
Update sensor data after change:
Date
09/06/10
Serial number
0000772
Return
Autoclaving Counter
When setting the sensor data, the maximum
number of autoclaving procedures permitted must be specified. Then, each cycle can be
recorded in the Maintenance menu. This shows
how many autoclaving cycles are still permitted.
Take over
Membrane Body Changes
During parameter setting, the maximum number of membrane body changes permitted must
be specified. Then, each cycle can be recorded
in the Maintenance menu (date, serial number).
This shows how many changes are still permitted.
Inner Body Changes
During parameter setting, the maximum number of membrane body changes permitted must
be specified.
Then, each change of an inner body can be
recorded in the Maintenance menu (date, serial
number). This shows how many changes are still
permitted.
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ISM –
Diagnostics
98%Air
23.0 °C
Sensor wear monitor
Membrane wear
Inner body wear
Sensor operating time
Autoclaving cycles
CIP cycles
SIP cycles
Return
312 d
1 of 2
1 of 5
0 of 3
98%Air
23.0 °C
Sensor network diagram OXY
1 - Slope
2 - Zero point
3 - Sensocheck
4 - Not in use
5 - Response time
6 - Cal timer
7 - Sensor wear
Return
“Outer circle”
Value within tolerance
Critical range –
“inner circle”
Value out of tolerance
The tolerance can be
modified as required!
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Sensor Wear Monitor
The Diagnostics menu provides information on
the current wear of inner body and membrane
body.
Generally, the membrane body must be
replaced more often than the inner body:
The “Membrane wear” bargraph shows how
much the membrane is worn out.
The inner body wear is not reset when a membrane body has been replaced - here, the load
on the inner body is added up and represented
as total load on the inner body.
Sensor Network Diagram
• Slope
• Zero
• Sensocheck
• (Not in use)
• Response time
• Cal timer
• Sensor wear
The measured values are continuously monitored during the measurement process. The
sensor network diagram provides at-a-glance
information about critical parameters. If a tolerance limit has been exceeded, the respective
parameter is flashing.
Values in gray: Monitoring switched off.
CIP/SIP Cycles
CIP (Cleaning in Place) / SIP (Sterilization in Place)
CIP/SIP cycles are used for cleaning or sterilizing the process-wetted parts
in the process. They are performed for biotech applications, for example.
Depending on the application, one (alkaline solution, water) or more ­chemicals
(alkaline solution, water, acidic solution, water) are used.
he temperatures for CIP are around 80 °C, for SIP around 110 °C.
These procedures extremely stress the sensors.
ISM sensors can release a message when a preset number of CIP/SIP cycles is
exceeded. This allows replacing the sensor in time.
Default Values for the Counters
(for Evaluating the Sensor Wear):
CIP = 80
SIP = 700
Autoclaving counter = 750 hours for one cycle
Example of CIP Cycle:
The device automatically recognizes the CIP and SIP cycles and correspondingly increments the counter. The user can specify the max. number of cycles and
decide whether a message is to be generated when this number is exceeded.
These data are not overwritten even after sensor replacement.
The number of CIP cycles is shown in the sensor wear monitor of the
Diagnostics menu when an individual max value has been specified.
98%Air
24.1°C
Sensor wear monitor
Sensor wear
Sensor operating time
Autoclaving cycles
CIP cycles
SIP cycles
316 d
1 of 2
1 of 5
0 of 3
Notice:
The counters are incremented no earlier than
2 hours after start of the cycle, even if the cycle
itself has already been terminated.
Return
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Terminal Plate
Terminal Plate OXY 3400-067 Module:
Attaching the terminal plates
The terminal plates of the lower modules can
be sticked to the inner side of the door.
This facilitates maintenance and service.
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Inserting the Module
Note: Be sure to connect the shielding properly!
The terminals 2 and 8 are
covered by an ESD shield.
To connect the sensor cable,
just pull it back.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Make sure that the cable
glands are tightly closed to
protect against humidity.
Switch off power supply
Open the device (loosen the 4 screws at the front)
Place module in slot (D-SUB connector)
Tighten fastening screws of the module
Open ESD shielding cap (covering terminals 2 and 8)
Connect sensor cable.
To avoid interferences, the cable shielding must be
completely covered by the ESD shielding cap.
Close ESD shielding cap (covering terminals 2 and 8)
Close device, tighten screws at the front
Switch on power supply
Set parameters
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Wiring
OXY 3400(X)-067
Module OXY 3400-067
Sensor type
Standard
Traces 01
Traces 001
ISM
Sensor types
SE 7*6 ...
SE 7*7 ...
2
cathode
Coax core
Coax core
Coax core
8
anode
Coax shield
Coax shield
Coax shield
12
reference
n.c.
Blue
13
guard/RTD
Gray + Green
Gray + Green
Gray + Green
14
RTD
White
White
White
15
shield
YE/GN
YE/GN
YE/GN
16
ISM data
K8S connection:
Coax core
(transparent)
17
ISM DGND
K8S connection:
Coax shield
(black)
18
- I-Input
19
+ I-Input
The signal from an external pressure transmitter can be fed in through the
external current input (18, 19). This enables automatic pressure correction for
oxygen measurement.
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Menu Selection
After switching on, the analyzer performs an internal test routine and
­automatically detects the number and type of modules installed.
Then, the analyzer goes to measuring mode.
82.3 %Air
25.1 °C
1
Menu selection
2
Select:
[enter]
Lingua
Return to meas
3
1Pressing menu accesses menu selection.
2Pressing meas returns to measurement.
3 Arrow keys for selecting a menu group
4 enter key for confirming a selection
2
4
1
Menu Structure
3
Calibration
Menu groups (Select using arrow keys)
Maintenance
Parameter setting
Diagnostics
1
Measure
2
Passcode
(as delivered)
1147
2958
1246
Operator level
1989
Administrator level
Selection of further
menu items:
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Passcode Entry
To enter a passcode
Select the position using the left/right keys,
then edit the number using the up/down keys.
When all numbers have been entered, press enter to confirm.
To change a passcode
• Open the menu selection (menu)
• Select parameter setting
• Administrator level, enter passcode
• Select System control: Passcode entry
System control:
Passcode entry
Menu Display
82.3 %Air
25.6 °C
Passcode entry (Administrator)
cal
maint
opl
Calibration
On Off
If you lose the
adm passcode, system
access will be locked!
Close OK
Changing a passcode
“Passcode entry” menu
When this menu is opened, the
­analyzer displays a warning (Fig.).
Passcodes (factory settings):
Calibration1147
Maintenance2958
Operator level1246
Administrator level 1989
If you lose the passcode
for the Administrator level, system
access will be locked! Please consult
our technical support!
82.3 %Air
25.6 °C
Passcode entry (Administrator)
cal
maint
opl
Calibration
On
Change passcode
Maintenance On
Operator level On
Return
26
Off
1147
Off
Off
Info
To change a passcode
Select “On” using arrow keys, ­
confirm with enter.
Select the position using the left/right
keys, then edit the number using the
up/down keys.
When all numbers have been entered,
confirm with enter.
Configuring the Measurement Display
Select menu: Parameter setting/Module FRONT/Measurement display
Pressing meas (1) returns the analyzer to the measuring mode from any
­function.
All process variables coming from the modules can be displayed.
The table on the next page describes how to configure the measurement
­display.
Measurement display
Typical measurement display
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Secondary displays
Additional values, also date and
time, can be displayed depending
on the modules installed.
Softkeys
In measuring mode, the softkeys
allow selection of values for the
secondary displays or control of
functions (user defined).
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Configuring the
measurement display
Menu Display
Menu selection
Select:
Return to meas
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[enter]
Lingua
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Parameter setting (Administrator)
System control
Module FRONT 3400-011
Module BASE 3400-029
Module PH 3400-032
Module PH 3400-032
Module OXY 3400-067
Configure measurement display
Press menu key to select menu.
Select parameter setting using arrow
keys, confirm with enter. Select:
“Administrator level”: Passcode 1989
(default setting).
Parameter setting:
Select “Module FRONT”
Return
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Languages
English
Measurement display
Measurement recorder
Front module:
Select “Measurement display”
Return
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Measurement display (Administrator)
Main display
1 primary value
2 primary values
1st primary value
2nd primary value
Viewing angle
Abort
OK
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Measurement display (Administrator)
Main display
%Air values
1st primary value
%O2
2nd primary value
°C
mg/l
Viewing angle
ppm
mbar
pH
K
Abort
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Measurement display:
Set the number of primary values
(large display) to be displayed
Select process variable(s) to be displayed and confirm with enter.
Note: Automatic range selection
ppm <--> % and ppm <--> ppb;
only suitable unit can be selected!
To return to measurement: press meas
Calibration and Adjustment
Calibration / Adjustment
Note: HOLD mode active for the currently calibrated module
Current outputs and relay contacts behave as configured
• Calibration: Detecting deviations without readjustment
• Adjustment: Detecting deviations with readjustment
NOTICE:
Without adjustment every dissolved oxygen meter delivers an imprecise or
wrong output value! After replacing the sensor, the electrolyte, or the sensor
membrane, you must perform a calibration.
The resulting values must be taken over by an adjustment for calculating the
measured variables (measured value display, output signals)!
Procedure
Every dissolved oxygen sensor has its individual slope and zero point.
Both values are altered, for example, by aging. For sufficiently high accuracy of
oxygen measurement, the meter must be regularly adjusted for the sensor data
(adjustment).
Sensor Replacement (First Calibration)
After replacement of the sensor, electrolyte or sensor membrane, a "First
Calibration" should be performed. During First Calibration, the sensor data are
stored as reference values for the statistics.
The ”Statistics” menu of Diagnostics shows the deviations of zero, slope, calibration temperature, calibration pressure, and response time of the last three
­calibrations with respect to the reference values of the First Calibration.
This allows evaluation of the drift behavior and aging of the sensor.
Calibration/Adjustment Methods
• Automatic calibration in water/air
• Product calibration (saturation/concentration/partial pressure)
• Data entry
• Zero correction
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Adjustment
Adjustment means that the values determined by a calibration are taken over.
The values determined for zero and slope are entered in the calibration record.
(Cal record can be called in the Diagnostics menu for the ­module.)
These values are only effective for calculating the measured variables when the
calibration has been terminated with an adjustment.
A passcode ensures that an adjustment can only be performed by an authorized person (Administrator).
The Operator can check the current sensor data by a calibration and inform the
Administrator when there are deviations.
You can use the additional function SW 3400-107 for granting access rights
(passcodes) and for Audit Trail (continuous data recording and backup according to FDA 21 CFR Part 11).
Menu Display
Adjustment after calibration
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Calibration data record
Calibration
Cal mode
Zero
Slope
Response time
End
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Automatic - Air
+0.000 nA
–067.9 nA
0042 s
Adjust
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Stored calibration data record
Calibration 03/29/10 12:46
Start new calibration
View/adjust calibration data record
Return
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Administrator
With the corresponding access rights,
the device can immediately be adjusted after calibration. The calibration
values are taken over for calculating
the measured variables.
Operator (without administrator
rights)
After calibration, change to measuring mode. Inform Administrator.
When opening the menu (Calibration,
respective module), the Administrator
sees all data of the last calibration and
can take over the values or perform a
new calibration.
Adjustment
Recommendations for Calibration
It is always recommended to calibrate in air. Compared to water, air is a calibration medium which is easy to handle, stable, and thus safe. In the most cases,
however, the sensor must be dismounted for a calibration in air. In certain processes the sensor cannot be removed for calibration. Here, calibration must be
performed directly in the process medium (e.g. with aeration).
For applications where concentration is measured, calibration in air has proved
to be useful.
Common Combination: Process Variable / Calibration Mode
Measurement
Saturation
Concentration
Calibration
Water
Air
If there is a temperature difference between the calibration medium and the
measured medium, the sensor must be kept in the respective medium for several minutes before and after calibration in order to deliver stable measured
values. The type of calibration pressure detection is preset during parameter
setting.
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HOLD Function During Calibration
Behavior of the signal and relay outputs during calibration
Measuring
Calibration
Module A
Module B
Module A
Calibration
Module B
Calibration
End of
­calibration
(or abort)
Measuring
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K2 contact
"HOLD" is
active
Selecting the
­measuring module
The current
output of
the selected
­module
is in "HOLD"
mode,
indicated by:
Menu Display
Selecting a calibration method
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Menu selection
Select:
[enter]
Return to meas
Lingua
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Calibration
Module OXY 3400-067
Module PH 3400-032
Module CONDI 3400-051
Return
Calibration:
Select “Module OXY”
Info
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Module OXY 3400-067
Automatic - Water
Automatic - Air
Product calibration Sat
Data entry
Zero correction
Open calibration
Press menu key to select menu.
Select calibration using arrow keys,
press enter to confirm, passcode 1147
(To change passcode, select:
Parameter setting / System control /
Passcode entry).
Select a calibration method:
•
•
•
•
•
Automatic - Water
Automatic - Air
Product calibration Sat
(concentration/partial pressure)
Data entry
Zero correction
Return
When you activate calibration, the
­analyzer automatically proposes the
previous calibration method.
If you do not want to calibrate,
”Return” with the left softkey.
During calibration the module is in
HOLD mode.
Current outputs and relay contacts
behave as configured (BASE module).
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Automatic calibration
in water
Calibration / Adjustment
Automatic Calibration in Water
Automatic Calibration in Water
The slope is corrected using the saturation value (100 %) related to air
­saturation.
During calibration the module is in HOLD mode.
Current outputs and relay contacts of the module behave as configured
(BASE module).
NOTICE!
Ensure sufficient medium flow to the sensor (see Specifications of dissolved
oxygen sensors)! The calibration medium must be in equilibrium with air.
Oxygen exchange between water and air is very slow. Therefore, it takes a
­relatively long time until water is saturated with atmospheric oxygen.
If there is a temperature difference between calibration medium and ­measured
­medium, the sensor must be kept in the respective medium for several ­minutes
before and after calibration.
Menu Display
Select calibration mode
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Calibration
Module OXY 3400-067
Module PH 3400-032
Module CONDI 3400-051
Return
Info
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Module OXY 3400-067
Automatic - Water
Automatic - Air
Product calibration Sat
Data entry
Zero correction
Return
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Select “Module OXY 3400-067”
The module is in HOLD mode.
Current outputs and relay contacts
behave as configured (BASE).
Press enter to confirm.
Select “Automatic - Water” ­calibration
method
Remove sensor and immerse it in cal
medium (air-saturated water), ensure
sufficient medium flow to the sensor.
Press enter to confirm.
Menu Display
Automatic - Water
Automatic calibration in water
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Cal medium: Air-sat. water
When changing sensors perform
First cal for statistics!
Sensor replacement
Input cal pressure
Return
1013 mbar
Start
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Drift check.
Display during calibration
• Sensor current
• Calibration temperature
• Calibration pressure
• Response time
Waiting time can be reduced by
pressing enter (without drift check:
reduced accuracy of calibration values!). From the response time, you
see how long it takes the sensor to
deliver a stable signal. If the signal or
the measured temperature fluctuate
greatly, the calibration procedure is
aborted after 2 min. Calibration must
be re-started. If successful, place
­sensor in process, end calibration
with softkey or enter
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Adjustment
Press "Adjust" to take over the values
determined during calibration for calculating the measured ­variables.
Automatic - Water
Drift check running
Slope correction
Sensor current
–60.8nA
Calibration temperature +025.6°C
Calibration pressure
1013mbar
Response time
0002s
End
Calibration data record
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Cal mode
Automatic - Water
+0.030 nA
Zero
–059.3 nA
Slope
Response time
0070 sec
End
Display of selected calibration
­medium (Air-sat. water)
Enter cal pressure if “manual” has been
configured.
Start by pressing softkey or enter
Adjust
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Automatic calibration in air
Calibration / Adjustment
Automatic Calibration in Air
Automatic Calibration in Air
The slope is corrected using the saturation value (100 %), similar to air saturation of water. Since this analogy only applies to water-vapor saturated air
(100 % relative humidity) and often the calibration air is less humid, the relative
humidity of the calibration air must also be specified. If you do not know the
exact value of the relative humidity of the calibration air, you can take the following reference values for a sufficiently precise calibration:
• Ambient air: 50 % rel. humidity (average)
• Bottled gas (synthetic air): 0 % rel. humidity
NOTICE!
The sensor membrane must be dry. Be sure to keep temperature and pressure constant during calibration. If there is a temperature difference between
­calibration medium and measured medium, the sensor must be kept in the
respective medium for several minutes before and after calibration.
Menu Display
Calibration
Module OXY 3400-067
Module PH 3400-032
Module CONDI 3400-051
Return
Select calibration mode
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Info
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Module OXY 3400-067
Automatic - Water
Automatic - Air
Product calibration Sat
Data entry
Zero correction
Return
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Select “Module OXY 3400-067”
The module is in HOLD mode.
Current outputs and relay contacts
behave as configured (BASE).
Press enter to confirm.
Select “Automatic - Air”
calibration method
Remove sensor and place it in air.
Press enter to confirm.
Menu Display
Automatic - Air
Automatic calibration in air
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Cal medium: Air-sat. water
When changing sensors perform
First cal for statistics!
Sensor replacement
Relative humidity
0050%
1013 mbar
Input cal pressure
Return
Start
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Drift check.
Display during calibration
• Sensor current, calibration temp,
cal pressure and response time.
Waiting time can be reduced by
pressing “End” (without drift check:
reduced accuracy of calibration values!). From the response time, you
see how long it takes the sensor to
deliver a stable signal. If the signal or
the measured temperature fluctuate
greatly, the calibration procedure is
aborted after about 2 min. Calibration
must be re-started. If successful,
replace sensor in the process.
End calibration by pressing softkey or
enter.
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Adjustment
Press "Adjust" to take over the values
determined during calibration for
­calculating the measured ­variables.
Automatic - Air
Drift check running
Slope correction
Sensor current
–60.8nA
Calibration temperature +025.6°C
Calibration pressure
1001mbar
Response time
0002s
End
Calibration data record
Calibration
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Cal mode
Automatic - Air
+0.030 nA
Zero
–059.3 nA
Slope
Response time
0070 sec
End
Cal medium: Air
Select: First calibration
Enter relative humidity, e.g.:
• Ambient air: 50 %
• Bottled gas: 0 %
Enter cal pressure if “manual” has been
configured.
Start by pressing softkey or enter.
Adjust
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Product calibration:
Saturation
Calibration / Adjustment
Product Calibration (saturation, concentration, partial pressure [hPa, mmHg]
Preset in: Parameter setting / Cal preset values)
Product Calibration (Calibration with Sampling)
When the sensor cannot be removed – e.g. for sterility reasons – its slope can
be determined with “sampling”. To do so, the currently measured saturation
value of the process is stored by the Protos. Directly afterwards, a reference
value is determined using a portable meter, for example. The reference value
is entered into the measuring system. From the difference between measured
value and reference value, the Protos calculates the sensor slope. With low saturation values, the Protos corrects the zero point, with high values the slope.
During calibration the module is in HOLD mode.
Current outputs and relay contacts of the module behave as configured
(BASE module).
NOTICE!
The reference value must be measured at temperature and pressure ­conditions
similar to those of the process.
Menu Display
Calibration
Module OXY 3400-067
Return
Product calibration: Saturation
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Info
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Module OXY 3400-067
Automatic - Water
Automatic - Air
Product calibration Sat
Data entry
Zero correction
Return
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Select “Module OXY 3400-067”
The module is in HOLD mode.
Current outputs and relay contacts
behave as configured (BASE).
Press enter to confirm.
Select “Product calibration” c­ alibration
method.
Sat (or Conc, p´) is preset in
Parameter setting / Cal preset values.
Press enter to confirm.
Menu Display
Product calibration: Saturation
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Product calibration Sat
Cal medium: Product
Cal by taking sample
and entering saturation
Start
Return
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Product calibration Sat
Step 1: Sampling
“Save” the sample value
“Input” lab value
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Pressure
1014mbar
Temperature
+25.6°C
Save
Input
Product calibration Sat
Calibration
Cal mode
Zero
Slope
End
Step 1
Take sample.
Store measured value and temperature at the moment of sampling
(“Save” softkey or enter)
Press meas to return to measurement.
Exception:
Sample value can be measured on the
site and be entered immediately.
To do so, press “Input” softkey.
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Step 2: Lab value
Input sample lab value
When changing sensors perform
First cal for statistics!
Sensor replacement
Lab value
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OK
Abort
Calibration data record
Product calibration Sat
Product calibration is performed in
2 steps.
Prepare reference measurement
(e.g. with portable meter):
Start by pressing softkey or enter:
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Product calibration
+0.030 nA
–059.3 nA
Step 2
Lab value has been measured.
When you open the Product calibration menu again, the display shown
on the left appears:
Enter reference value ("Lab value").
Confirm with “OK”.
Adjustment
Press "Adjust" to take over the values
determined during calibration for
­calculating the measured ­variables.
Adjust
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Data entry of premeasured
sensors
Calibration / Adjustment
Data Entry of Premeasured Sensors
(not required for ISM sensors)
Data Entry of Premeasured Sensors
Entry of values for slope and zero point of a sensor, related to 25°C, 1013 mbar.
During calibration the module is in HOLD mode.
Current outputs and relay contacts of the module behave as configured
(BASE module).
Slope = Sensor current at 100 % atmospheric oxygen, 25 °C, 1013 mbar
Data entry of premeasured sensors
Menu Display
Calibration
Module OXY 3400-067
Module PH 3400-032
Module CONDI 3400-051
Return
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Select “Module OXY 3400-067”
The module is in HOLD mode.
Current outputs and relay contacts
behave as configured (BASE).
Press enter to confirm.
Info
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Module OXY 3400-067
Automatic - Water
Automatic - Air
Product calibration Sat
Data entry
Zero correction
Select “Data entry”
calibration method
Press enter to confirm.
Return
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Data entry
Slope converted to
100% O2-Air/25°C/1013mbar
Sensor replacement
Zero
+0.000 nA
Slope
–050.0 nA
Return
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OK
Enter the values for
• Slope
• Zero
of premeasured sensor
Confirm with “OK”.
Zero correction
Calibration / Adjustment
Zero Correction
Zero Correction
The sensor models SE 7*6 ... and SE7*7 ... have a very low zero current.
For trace measurements below 500 ppb, the zero point should be calibrated.
If a zero correction is performed, the sensor should remain for at least 10 to 60
minutes in the calibration medium (media containing CO2 at least 120 min) to
obtain stable, non-drifting values. During zero correction, a drift check is not
performed.
Menu Display
Zero correction
Calibration
Module OXY 3400-067
Module PH 3400-032
Module CONDI 3400-051
Return
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Select “Module OXY 3400-067”
The module is in HOLD mode.
Current outputs and relay contacts
behave as configured (BASE).
Press enter to confirm.
Info
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Module OXY 3400-067
Automatic - Water
Automatic - Air
Product calibration Sat
Data entry
Zero correction
Select “Zero correction”
calibration method
Press enter to confirm.
Return
Zero correction
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Direct displacement
of sensor zero point
Measured sensor current -0.009nA
Zero
+0.000nA
Abort
Zero correction:
Display of measured sensor current.
• Enter input current
for zero point
Confirm with “OK”.
OK
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Parameter setting
Parameter Setting: Operating Levels
Viewing level, Operator level, Administrator level
Note: HOLD mode (Setting: BASE module)
Viewing level, Operator level,
Administrator level
Menu Display
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Menu selection
Select:
[enter]
Open parameter setting
From the measuring mode:
Press menu key to select menu.
Select parameter setting using arrow
keys, press enter to confirm.
Lingua
Return to meas
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Parameter setting
Viewing level
(All Data) view
(Operation Data) opl
Operator level
Administrator level (All Data) adm
Administrator level
Access to all functions, also passcode
setting.
Releasing or blocking a function for
access from the Operator level.
Return
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Module FRONT (Administrator)
English
Languages
Measurement display
Measurement recorder
KI recorder
Return
Release
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Module FRONT
English
Languages
Measurement display
Measurement recorder
KI recorder
Return
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Functions which can be blocked for
the Operator level are marked with
the "lock" symbol.
The functions are released or blocked
using the softkey.
Operator level
Access to all functions which have
been released at the Administrator
level. Blocked functions are displayed
in gray and cannot be edited (Fig.).
Viewing level
Display of all settings.
No editing possible!
Parameter Setting: Locking a Function
Administrator level: Enabling / locking functions for the Operator level
Note: HOLD mode (Setting: BASE module)
Administrator level:
Enabling / locking functions
Menu Display
Example: Blocking access to the
calibration adjustments from the
Operator level
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Parameter setting (Administrator)
System control
Module FRONT 3400-011
Module BASE 3400-029
Module OXY 3400-067
Module PH 3400-032
Module CONDI 3400-051
Return
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Module OXY 3400-067 (Administrator)
Input filter
Sensor data
Cal preset values
Pressure correction
Salinity correction
Messages
Return
Input filter
Sensor data
Cal preset values
Pressure correction
Salinity correction
Messages
Input filter
Sensor data
Cal preset values
Pressure correction
Salinity correction
Messages
Now, the “Cal preset values” line is
marked with the “lock” icon. This function cannot be accessed from the
Operator level any more. The softkey
function changes to “Release”.
Release
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Select “Cal preset values”
using arrow keys.
“Block” with softkey.
Block
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Module OXY 3400-067 (Administrator)
Return
Open parameter setting
Select Administrator level.
Enter passcode (1989).
Select “Module OXY” (e.g.)
using arrow keys,
press enter to ­confirm.
Open parameter setting
Select Operator level, passcode (1246).
Select “Module OXY”. Now, the locked
function is displayed in gray and
marked with the “lock” icon.
Return
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Activating Parameter Setting
Menu Display
Parameter setting
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Menu selection
Select:
[enter]
Return to meas
Lingua
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Parameter setting (Administrator)
System control
Module FRONT 3400-011
Module BASE 3400-029
Module CONDI 3400-051
Module PH 3400-032
Module OXY 3400-067
Return
Select module,
press enter to ­confirm.
(In the Figure, the "Module OXY" is
selected, for example.)
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Module OXY 3400-067 (Administrator)
Input filter
Sensor data
Cal preset values
Pressure correction
Salinity correction
Messages
Return
Opening the parameter setting
menu
From the measuring mode:
Press menu key to select menu.
Select parameter setting using arrow
keys, press enter to ­confirm.
Passcode as delivered: 1989
Select parameter using arrow keys,
press enter to ­confirm.
Block
During parameter setting the analyzer is in HOLD mode:
Current outputs and relay contacts behave as configured (BASE module).
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Documenting
Documenting Parameter Setting
You must reproducibly document all parameter settings in the device to
achieve a high level of system and device security according to GLP. For that
purpose, an Excel file is provided (on the CD-ROM shipped with the basic
device) to enter the parameter settings.
The Excel file provides one worksheet for each module with columns for the
­following parameters: Factory settings, parameter set A, parameter set B.
Enter your settings as parameter set A or B.
The gray cells in the parameter set B column cannot be modified since they
contain sensor-specific values which cannot be changed by parameter set
­switchover. Here, the values listed under parameter set A apply.
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Documenting Parameter Setting
From the application window of the Excel file, select the worksheet for the
module the parameter settings of which you want to document.
Set the parameters of the respective module and enter the selected values in
the corresponding cells of the module worksheet.
NOTICE!
Display
The "HOLD" mode is active during parameter setting.
HOLD. The NAMUR “HOLD” contact (function check) is active (factory setting: Module BASE,
Contact K2, N/O contact). Current output response is user-defined:
• Current meas.:
The currently measured value appears at the current output
• Last usable value: The last measured value is held at the current output
• Fixed 22 mA:
The output current is at 22 mA
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ProgaLog 3000 Software (Option)
for Configuration and Documentation
The ProgaLog 3000 software is available for convenient configuration of the
Protos 3400(X) process analysis system. The user interface can be switched to
the Protos display languages English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Swedish
or Portuguese. The software comes on CD-ROM. It runs under Windows® 8 / 7 /
XP. A card reader for SmartMedia cards is required for transferring the configuration files between PC and Protos 3400.
Configuration with ProgaLog 3000
Insert a SmartMedia card formatted as "memory card" into the analyzer. First,
the configuration data are written to the SmartMedia card. These data can then
be read and edited by the ProgaLog 3000 software.
1. Save the configuration data at the Protos 3400(X)
Parameter setting/System control/Copy configuration.
With “Save“ configuration, the complete device configuration
(except the passcodes) is written on the memory card.
2. Close and remove the SmartMedia card
Select "Maintenance / Close memory card", then remove the card.
3. Read out SmartMedia card with "ProgaLog 3000"
Open the "File / SmartMediaCard" menu of the
ProgaLog 3000 software to read out the configuration data stored on the SmartMedia card.
Now, you can edit all parameters at your PC.
Save the edited configuration file to the
SmartMedia card. Then, insert the SmartMedia card
into the Protos 3400(X) analyzer.
Fig.: ProgaLog 3000 menu: File
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ProgaLog 3000 Software
for Configuration and Documentation
4. Edit configuration data using ProgaLog 3000
When the configuration data have been loaded, the software lists the
­connected modules with all available configuration parameters:
Fig.: ProgaLog 3000 configuration data
The parameters are listed according to the modular device structure.
All configuration parameters (except the "Sensor data details", which are determined by digital sensors) can be edited at the PC.
After having finished the configuration, save the data to the SmartMedia card.
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ProgaLog 3000 Software
for Configuration and Documentation
Configuring the parameters, e.g. relay contact usage:
Input errors are indicated by red highlighting:
5. Save the configuration data to SmartMedia card
7.00 pH
25.6 °C
Copy configuration (Adminstrator)
Identical module equipment
required for transfer
Configuration
Return
Load
Save
Save
6. Load the configuration data to the
Protos 3400(X)
Parameter setting / System control /
Copy configuration.
Select “Load configuration” to write the ­complete
device configuration (except the ­passcodes) to
the Protos 3400(X).
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ProgaLog 3000 Software
for Configuration and Documentation
Configuration using "ProgaLog 3000"
In the "Configurator" menu you can preconfigure a complete Protos 3400(X)
process analysis system with up to 3 modules at your PC.
1.Select your configuration from the modular system components offered in
the left-hand field.
2.Click the right arrow (-->) to add the components or remove components by
clicking (<--).
3. Now configure the parameters for the selected system components.
4. Save the configuration.
You can save the configuration to a memory card that has been pre­
formatted in the Protos 3400(X) and transfer them to analyzers with identical module configurations.
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Setting the Sensor Data Parameters
Open parameter setting
Note: HOLD mode
Menu Display
Parameter setting
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Menu selection
Select:
[enter]
Return to meas
Lingua
Open parameter setting
From the measuring mode:
Press menu key to select menu.
Select parameter setting using arrow
keys, press enter to confirm.
Passcode 1989 (To change passcode:
Parameter setting/System control/
Passcode entry).
HOLD
During parameter setting the ­analyzer
is in “HOLD” mode.
Current outputs and relay contacts
behave as configured.
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Parameter setting (Administrator)
Select “Module OXY".
Press enter to confirm.
System control
Module FRONT 3400-011
Module BASE 3400-029
Module OXY 3400-067
Module PH 3400-032
Module CONDI 3400-051
Return
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Module OXY 3400-067 (Administrator)
Input filter
Sensor data
Cal preset values
Pressure correction
Salinity correction
Messages
Return
Select using arrow keys,
press enter to confirm.
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Sensor data
Setting the Sensor Data Parameters
Sensor data: Sensor monitoring details
Note: HOLD mode active
Menu
Display
Parameter selection
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Module OXY 3400-067 (Administrator)
Input filter
Sensor data
Cal preset values
Pressure correction
Salinity correction
Messages
Return
Block
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Sensor data (Administrator)
Measure in
Sensor type
Temperature probe
Sensor polarization
Polarization voltage
Sensoface
Abort
Liquids
Gases
(NTC 22kohm)
Auto
500/675 mV
Off
On
OK
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Sensor monitoring details (administrator)
Slope
Zero
Sensocheck
Response time
Sensor wear
CIP counter
Return
(Auto)
(Auto)
(Auto)
(Auto)
(Auto)
(Off )
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Sensocheck (Administrator)
Monitoring
Nominal
Min
Max
Message
Abort
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Auto
0100 kohms
0029 kohms
03 Off
Failure
Maint. request
Sensor data (see following page)
Sensor data are preset depending on
the sensor type.
Gray display lines cannot be edited.
Sensoface provides information on
the sensor condition. Great deviations are signaled. Sensoface can be
switched off.
Sensor monitoring details
The following parameters are
monitored: slope, zero, response
time, ­temperature, for ISM sensors
also ­sensor wear, CIP/SIP counter,
­autoclaving counter and sensor
­operating time, membrane and inner
body changes. For “Auto”, the tolerance limits are ­displayed in gray.
For “Individual”, the settings can be
­specified by the user.
ISM sensors automatically provide
most of the default settings.
Individual settings are not
­overwritten.
Message
Sensocheck can generate a message
for failure or maintenance request.
It can be seen in the Message list of
the Diagnostics menu.
Parameter
Default
Selection / Range
Pulse suppression
Weak
Off, Weak, Medium, Strong
Input filter
010 sec
xxx sec (entry)
Measure in
Liquids
Liquids, Gases
Sensor type
Trace sensor 01
Standard sensor (SE 7*6 ...), Trace sensor 01
(SE 7*7 ...), Trace sensor 001, Other or defined by ISM
Monitor sensor type
Off
Monitor, Off (for ISM sensor only)
Temperature probe
NTC 22 kohms
NTC 30 kohms, NTC 22 kohms
Membrane correction
01.00
Sensor polarization
Auto
Auto, Individual
Polarization voltage
-675 mV
xxxx mV (entry)
Sensoface
Off
Off, failure, maintenance request
Auto
Auto, Individual
Input filter
Sensor data
Sensor monitoring details
Slope
Auto: Standard sensor (SE 7*6...)
Nominal:
-50.0 nA
(with ISM sensor: Default slope)
Min.:
-110.0 nA
(with ISM: Min. range)
Max.:
-30.0 nA
(with ISM: Max. range)
Auto: Trace sensor 01 (SE 7*7 ...)
Nominal:
-0375 nA
(with ISM sensor: Default slope)
Min.:
-0525 nA
(with ISM: Min. range)
Max.:
-0225 nA
(with ISM: Max. range)
Auto: Trace sensor 001
Nominal:
-5000 nA
(with ISM sensor: Default slope)
Min.:
-8000 nA
(with ISM: Min. range)
Max.:
-2500 nA
(with ISM: Max. range)
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Parameter
Default
Selection / Range
Sensor monitoring details (continued)
Auto: Other
Nominal:
-0100 nA
(with ISM sensor: Default slope)
Min.:
-0900 nA
(with ISM: Min. range)
Max.:
-0030 nA
(with ISM: Max. range)
Individual: permisible range 25 ... 9999 nA
Message Slope
Maint. request
Off, failure, maintenance request
Zero
Auto
Auto, Individual
Auto: Standard sensor 01 (SE 7*6 ...)
Nominal:
0.000 nA
Min.:
-1.000 nA
Max.:
1.000 nA
Auto: Trace sensor 01 (SE 7*7 ...)
Nominal:
0.000 nA
Min.:
-1.000 nA
Max.:
+1.000 nA
Auto: Trace sensor 001
Nominal:
0.000 nA
Min.:
-3.000 nA
Max.:
+3.000 nA
Auto: Other
Nominal:
0.000 nA
Min.:
-1.000 nA
Max.:
1.000 nA
Individual: permissible range -3.000 ... +3.000 nA
Message Zero
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Maint. request
Off, failure, maintenance request
Parameter
Sensocheck
Default
Selection / Range
Auto
Auto, Individual
Monitoring of nominal impedance; determined by calibration, taken over by adjustment.
Individual allows specifying the values:
Nominal:
xxxx kohms
Min.:
xxxx kohms
Max.:
xxxx kohms
Message Sensocheck
Maint. request
Off, failure, maintenance request
Response time
Auto
Auto, Individual
Auto:
max. 1200 sec
Individual:
xxxx sec
Message Response time
Maint. request
Off, failure, maintenance request
Temperature
Auto
Auto, Individual
Auto:
Min.:
-020.0 °C
(with ISM: Min. measuring temp)
Max.:
+150.0 °C
(with ISM: Max. measuring temp)
Individual:
Message Temperature
Maint. request
Min.:
xxx.x °C
Max.:
xxx.x °C
Off, failure, maintenance request
Sensor monitoring details (ISM sensors only)
Sensor wear
Auto
Off, Auto, Individual
CIP counter
Off
Off, Individual (Enter max. CIP cycles)
SIP counter
Off
Off, Individual (Enter max. SIP cycles)
Autoclaving counter
Off
Off, Individual (Enter max. autoclaving cycles)
Sensor operating time
Off
Off, Individual (Enter max. operating time)
Membrane body changes
Off
Off, Individual (Enter max. changes)
Inner body changes
Off
Off, Individual (Enter max. changes)
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Parameter
Default
Selection / Range
%Air
SAt (%Air), Conc (mg/l, µg/l, ppm, ppb),
p´ (mmHg, mbar)
- Monitoring
Auto
Off, Auto, Individual
- Cal timer
0000 h
With ISM: Off, Without ISM: Entry (xxxx h)
Pressure transmitter
Difference
Absolute, Difference
I input
4 ... 20 mA
0 ... 20 mA / 4 ... 20 mA
Start 0(4) mA
0000 mbar
xxxx mbar
End 20 mA
9999 mbar
xxxx mbar
Pressure during meas
Air pressure
Air pressure, Manual (default 1013 mbar), External
Pressure during cal
Air pressure
Air pressure, Manual (default 1013 mbar), External
Salinity
Salinity, Chlorinity, Conductivity
(00.00 g/kg or 0.000 µS/cm, depending on selection)
Messages Concentration
Off
Off, Variable limits
Messages Partial pressure
Off
Off, Variable limits
Message Air pressure
Off
Off, Device limits max., Variable limits
Messages Saturation %Air
Off
Off, Variable limits
Messages %O2
Off
Off, Variable limits
Messages Concentration
Off
Off, Variable limits
Messages Partial pressure
Off
Off, Variable limits
Message Air pressure
Off
Off, Device limits max., Variable limits
Cal preset values
Product calibration
Calibration timer
Pressure correction
Salinity correction
Input
Messages (gas)
Messages (liquid)
Sensor devaluation (ISM)
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Sensoface
Sensoface
Sensoface is a graphic indication of the sensor condition.
Prerequisite: Sensocheck must have been activated during parameter setting.
Sensocheck:
Monitoring of membrane and electrolyte
10.3 mA
02/05/14
The “smileys” provide information on wear and required maintenance
of the sensor (“friendly” - “neutral” - “sad”).
Sensoface Criteria (adjustable – see Sensor monitoring)
Parameter
Slope*
Zero
Sensocheck
(impedance)
Response time
Calibration timer
Sensor wear
Standard sensor
(SE7*6)
< -110 nA
or > -30 nA
< -1 nA
or > 1 nA
0.3*R or > 3.5*R
Critical range
Trace sensor 01
(SE 7*7 ...)
< -525 nA
or > -225 nA
< -1 nA
or > 1 nA
Trace sensor 001
< -8000 nA
or > -2500 nA
< -3 nA
or > 3 nA
> 1200 s
when 80 % expired
as specified (ISM sensors only)
* “Slope”: Sensor current value with oxygen saturation (referred to air), 25°C,
and 1013 mbar normal pressure (nA /100 %). The display only indicates the “nA”
symbol. From the technical point of view, it is no “slope” but a calibration point.
This value shall allow comparing the sensor with the specifications in the datasheet.
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Calculation Blocks
Calculation Blocks
Select menu: Parameter setting/System control/Calculation Blocks
Calculation of new variables from measured variables
Calculation Blocks
Two measuring modules with all their measured values serve as input for the
calculation block. In addition, the general device status (NAMUR signals) is
taken into account. The difference between the existing values is calculated:
These output variables are then available in the system and can be assigned to
the outputs (current, limit values, display ...)
Functionality of Measuring Module
Inputs:
Sensors, terminals
Oxy
Temp
Outputs
Measured values / Status
Measuring
module
Module I
e.g.:
OXY measuring
module
%Air
%O2
ppm
°C
g/l
mbar
nA
°F
%vol
I input
Functionality of Calculation Block
Outputs:
Measured values / Status
Inputs:
Outputs of 2 measuring modules
Module
I
Calculation
Block
Module I
Module
II
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+ II
OXY / OXY
%Air diff
%O2 diff
°C diff
g/l diff
ppm / %vol diff.
(measurement in gases)
Activating Calculation Blocks
Select menu: Parameter setting/System control/Calculation Blocks
Combining measuring modules to Calculation Blocks
Combining Measuring Modules
With three measuring modules the following Calculation Block combinations
are possible:
Up to two Calculation Blocks can be activated.
All current outputs can be set to output the new process variables formed by
the Calculation Blocks.
All new process variables can be displayed as primary or as secondary value.
Controller functions are not supported.
Menu Display
Activating Calculation Blocks
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System control (Administrator)
Calculation Blocks
Point of measurement
Release of options
Logbook
Buffer table
Concentration table
Calculation Blocks
• Open parameter setting
• System control
• Select “Calculation Blocks”
Return
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Calculation Blocks (Administrator)
Block 1
Block 2
Off
Calc OXY/OXY
Depending on the modules installed,
the possible combinations for
Calculation Blocks are offered.
Return
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Parameter setting (Administrator)
System control
Module FRONT 3400-011
Module BASE 3400-029
Module OXY 3400-067
Module OXY 3400-067
Calc OXY/OXY
During parameter setting the
Calculation Blocks are displayed like
modules.
Return
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Logbook
Factory setting
Logbook, Factory Setting
Parameter setting/System control/Logbook
Note: HOLD mode
Menu Display
Logbook (Administrator)
Log failure
Log warning
Erase logbook
Logbook, Factory setting
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Yes No
Yes No
Return
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Logbook
04/13/10 09:50 Measurement active
04/13/10 09:36 Parameter setting active
04/12/10 17:52 Measurement active
04/12/10 17:44 Parameter setting active
04/12/10 17:40 Wrong passcode
04/12/10 17:04 Measurement active
04/12/10 16:53 Diagnostics active
Return
Logbook
Select which messages are to be
logged in the logbook.
The last 50 events are recorded with
date and time.
This permits quality management
documentation to ISO 9000 et seq.
The logbook can be called from the
diagnostics menu (Fig.).
Pressing the right softkey displays the
message identifier.
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Additional function SW 3400-104:
Extended logbook for recording data
on SmartMedia card (TAN).
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Factory setting (Administrator)
Factory setting
Allows resetting the parameters to
their factory setting. When this menu
is opened, the analyzer ­displays a
warning (Fig.).
Logbook
F223 04/13/10 09:50 Diagnostics active
F222 04/13/10 09:36 Parameter setting active
F224 04/12/10 17:52 Measurement active
Return
The factory setting erases
all your set parameters!
Measuring system
Return
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Yes
No
Messages
Parameter Setting
Messages: Default settings and selection range
Note: HOLD mode (Setting: BASE module)
Parameter
Messages Gas
• Concentration
• Partial pressure
• Air pressure
Messages Liquid
• %Air saturation
• %O2 saturation
• Concentration
• Partial pressure
• Air pressure
Default
Selection / Range
Off
Off
Off
Off, variable limits*
Off, variable limits*
Off, device limits max., variable limits*
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off, variable limits*
Off, variable limits*
Off, variable limits*
Off, variable limits*
Off, device limits max., variable limits*
*
Device limits
• Device limits max.
• Variable limits: With “Variable limits” selected,
the following parameters can be edited:
• Failure Limit Lo
• Warning Limit Lo
• Warning Limit Hi
• Failure Limit Hi
Maximum measuring range of device
Range limits specified
Device limits max.
Variable limits
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Setting the Message Parameters
Messages
Note: HOLD mode (Setting: BASE module)
Menu Display
Messages
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Messages (Administrator)
Messages Saturation %Air
Messages Saturation %O2
Messages Concentration
Messages Partial pressure
Message Air pressure
Return
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Messages Air pressure (Administrator)
Monitoring
Off
Device limits max.
Variable limits
Abort
OK
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Messages (Administrator)
Monitoring
Failure Limit Lo
Warning Limit Lo
Warning Limit Hi
Failure Limit Hi
Variable limits
0700 mbar
0730 mbar
1070 mbar
1100 mbar
Abort
OK
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Message list
Fail O2 concentration
Fail O2 air pressure
Abort
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Messages
All parameters determined by the
measuring module can generate
­messages.
• Device limits max:
Messages are generated when the
process variable (e.g. air pressure) is
outside the measurement range.
The “Failure” icon is displayed, the
NAMUR failure contact is activated
(BASE module, ­factory setting:
­contact K4, N/C ­contact). The c­ urrent
outputs can signal a 22 mA message
(user defined).
• Variable limits:
For the “failure” and “warning”
­messages you can define upper and
lower limits for message generation.
• Message icons:
Failure (Failure limit HiHi/LoLo)
Maintenance (Warning limit Hi/Lo)
Diagnostics menu
When the “Maintenance” or “Failure”
icons are flashing in the display, you
should call up the Diagnostics menu.
The messages are displayed in the
“Message list”.
BASE module: Current outputs
Current Outputs, Contacts, OK Inputs
Select menu: Parameter setting/Module BASE
Note: HOLD mode (Setting: BASE module)
Parameter setting
BASE module
Menu Display
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Configuring the Current Output
• Open parameter setting
• Enter passcode
• Select "Module BASE"
• Select “Output current ...”
Module BASE (Administrator)
Output current I2
Contact K4 (NAMUR Failure)
Contact K3 (NAMUR maintenance)
Contact K2 (NAMUR HOLD)
Contact K1 (Limit)
Inputs OK1, OK2
Return
Block
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Output current I1 (Administrator)
Variable
Off
Curve
%Air
Output
°C
%O2
Start
g/l
End
ppm
Behavior during messages
ppb
Abort
OK
• Select process variable
Gas measurement in %/ppm (Liquids: ppm/ppb)
Start and end of current output can be set to the
other process variable because also the measured
value switches automatically.
The decimal point can be moved using the arrow
keys.
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Output current I1 (Administrator)
Variable
°C
Linear
Curve
Output
Trilinear
Start
Function
End
Table
Output filter
Abort
• Select Curve,
e.g. “linear”: The measured variable is
represented by a linear output c­ urrent
curve. The desired range of the measured variable is specified by the values for “Start” and “End”.
OK
Assignment of Measured Values: Start (4 mA) and End (20 mA)
Example 1: Range %Air 50 ... 100
Output current
20
[mA]
4
50
[mA]
Example 2: Range %Air 80 ... 90
Advantage: Higher resolution
in range of interest
20
80 90
100 [%Air]
4
80
90 [%Air]
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Current Outputs: Characteristics
Select menu: Parameter setting/Module BASE
• Linear characteristic
The process variable is represented by a linear output current curve.
Output current
[%]
Y
100
X
0
End
Start
Process variable
• Trilinear characteristic
Two additional vertices must be entered:
Output current
[%]
Y
100
2nd vertex Y
1st vertex Y
X
0
Start
1st vertex X
End
Process variable
2nd vertex X
• Note: Bilinear characteristic
For a bilinear characteristic, identical parameters are entered for the two
vertices (1st vertex, 2nd vertex).
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• Function characteristic
Nonlinear output current characteristic: allows measurements over several
decades, e.g. measuring very low values with a high resolution and high
­values with a low resolution.
Required: Entering a value for 50 % output current.
Output current
[%]
Y
100
50
Entry for “50 % point”:
e.g.:
10 % of measured value
X
0
End
Process variable
Equation
(1+K)x
Output current (4 to 20 mA) = 1+Kx
E + S - 2 * X50%
K=
X50% - S
S:
X50%:
E:
M: 16 mA + 4 mA
x=
M-S
E-S
Start value at 4 mA
50% value at 12 mA (output current range 4 to 20 mA)
End value at 20 mA
Measured value
Logarithmic output curve over one decade:
S:
10 % of maximum value
X50%:
31.6 % of maximum value
E:
Maximum value
Logarithmic output curve over two decades:
S:
1 % of maximum value
X50%:
10 % of maximum value
E:
Maximum value
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Output Filter
Time interval
Time averaging filter
To smoothen the current output, a low-pass filter with adjustable time interval
can be switched on. When there is a jump at the input (100 %), the output level
is at 63 % after the time interval has been reached.
The time interval can be set from 0 to 120 sec. If the time interval is set to 0 sec,
the current output follows the input.
Note:
The filter only acts on the current output and the current value of the secondary display, not on the measurement display, the limit values or the controller!
Process variable
0 (4) - 20 mA
Time interval 0 ... 120 sec
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Current outputs: Behavior during messages
NAMUR Signals: Current Outputs
Behavior during messages: HOLD, 22mA signal
Behavior during messages
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Behavior during messages
HOLD
Current meas.
22mA message
Last usable value
Fixed 22 mA
Abort
Output current
[mA]
OK
"Current meas."
Depending on the configuration (“Messages”)
the current outputs switch to:
• Currently measured value
• Last measured value (HOLD function)
• Fixed value (22 mA)
In the case of a fault a 22 mA signal can be
­generated for the selected process variable
(1st primary value).
“Last usable value”
“fix (22 mA)”
22
4
HOLD
HOLD
HOLD
Message when the current range is exceeded
As delivered, the “Maintenance request” (Warn) message is generated when the
current range is exceeded (< 3.8 mA or > 20.5 mA).
This setting can be changed in the Parameter setting menu of the respective
measuring module at “Messages”.
To generate a “Failure” message, the limit value monitoring must be set to
“Variable limits”:
Parameter setting - <measuring module> - Messages - Variable limits Failure limit ...
Enter the same values for the failure limits as for the current output:
Parameter setting - Module BASE - Output current - Variable Start / End.
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NAMUR Signals: Relay Contacts
Failure, maintenance request, HOLD (function check)
As delivered, the floating relay outputs of the BASE module are assigned to the
NAMUR signals:
Failure
Contact K4, normally closed
(signaling current failure)
Maintenance request Contact K3, normally open contact
HOLD
Contact K2, normally open contact
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Module BASE (Administrator)
Output current I1
Output current I2
Contact K4 (NAMUR failure)
(NAMUR maintenance)
Contact K3
(NAMUR HOLD)
Contact K2
Contact K1
(Limit)
Return
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NAMUR signals: Factory setting of contacts
• Select parameter setting
• Administrator level
• Select “Module BASE” (Fig.)
You can define a delay time for “Maintenance request”
and “Failure”, resp.
If an alarm message is released, the contact will only be
activated after expiry of this delay time.
Failure is active
when a value has exceeded (or fallen below, resp.) a preset ”Failure Limit Hi”
or ”Failure Limit Lo”, when the measured value is out of range, or in the event
of other failure messages. That means that the equipment no longer operates
properly or that process parameters have reached a critical value.
Failure is disabled during "HOLD" (Function check).
Maintenance request is active
when a value has exceeded (or fallen below, resp.) a preset "Warning Limit Hi"
or "Warning Limit Lo", or when other warning messages have been activated.
That means that the equipment is still operating properly but should be serviced, or that process parameters have reached a value requiring intervention.
Warning is disabled during "HOLD" (function check).
HOLD is active:
• during calibration
• during maintenance (current source, meas. point maintenance)
• during parameter setting at the Operator level and the Administrator level
• during an automatic rinsing cycle
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Relay Contacts: Protective Wiring
Protective wiring of relay contacts
Relay contacts are subject to electrical erosion. Especially with inductive and
capacitive loads, the service life of the contacts will be reduced. For suppression of sparks and arcing, components such as RC combinations, nonlinear
resistors, series resistors and diodes should be used.
Typical AC applications
with inductive load
1
1
2
3
3
2
1Load
2 RC combination, e.g. RIFA PMR 209
Typical RC combinations
e.g.
capacitor 0.1 µF
resistor 100 ohms / 1 W
3Contact
Caution!
Make sure that the maximum ratings of the relay contacts are not exceeded
even during switching!
Information concerning relay contacts
As delivered, the relay contacts are suitable for low signal currents (down to
approx. 1 mA). If currents above approx. 100 mA are switched, the gold ­plating
is destroyed during the switching process. After that, the contacts will not
­reliably switch low currents.
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Relay contacts
Relay Contacts
Parameter setting/Module BASE/Relay contacts
Menu Display
Setting the relay contacts
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Contact K1 (Administrator)
Usage
Variable
Limit value
Hysteresis
Effective direction
Contact type
Return
NAMUR maintenance
NAMUR HOLD
Limit value
Rinse contact
Parameter set B active
USP output
Module BASE
K1
K2
K3
Contact assignment:
See terminal plate of
BASE module
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Relay Contacts, Usage
• Open parameter setting
• Enter passcode
• Select “Module BASE”
• Select “Contact ...”
• “Usage” (Fig.)
The BASE module provides 4 relay contacts
(max. AC/DC rating 30 V / 3 A each).
Contact K4 is provided for failure message. The
switching behavior (normally open or normally
closed), as well as a switch-on or switch-off
delay can be defined.
Default settings of the user-definable relay
contacts of the BASE module:
K3: NAMUR maintenance request
K2: NAMUR HOLD (function check)
K1: Limit value
K1-K3 are user definable (“Usage”):
• NAMUR maintenance
• NAMUR HOLD
• Limit value
• Rinse contact
• Parameter set B active
• USP output (COND module only)
• KI rec. active
• Sensoface
• Alarm control
Relay Contacts: Sensoface Messages
Parameter setting/Module BASE/Relay contacts/Usage/Sensoface
Menu Display
Parameter setting (Sensoface)
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Module BASE (Administrator)
Output current I1
Output current I2
Contact K4 (NAMUR Failure)
(NAMUR maintenance)
Contact K3
( Sensoface)
Contact K2
Contact K1
( Sensoface)
Return
Block
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Contact K1 (Administrator)
Usage
Variable
Limit value
Hysteresis
Effective direction
Contact type
Return
NAMUR maintenance
NAMUR HOLD
Limit value
Sensoface
Parameter set B active
USP output
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Contact K1 (Administrator)
Usage
Contact type
ON delay
OFF delay
Sensoface
N/O
0010 s
0010 s
Assign Sensoface messages to relay
contacts
When more than one measuring
module is used, the Sensoface messages of the modules can be assigned
to different contacts.
Relay contacts, usage
• Open parameter setting
• Enter passcode
• Select “Module BASE”
• Select contact e.g. K1)
• Assign Sensoface message of
desired measuring module to
selected relay contact
Set contact parameters
• (e.g. "N/O")
• Set ON / OFF delay.
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Rinse contact
Rinse Contact
Parameter setting/Module BASE/Relay contacts/Usage/Rinse contact
Menu Display
Configuring the rinse contact
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Contact K1 (Administrator)
Usage
Variable
Limit value
Hysteresis
Effective direction
Contact type
Return
NAMUR maintenance
NAMUR HOLD
Limit value
Rinse contact
Parameter set B active
USP output
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Contact K1 (Administrator)
Rinse contact
Usage
Rinse interval
000.0 h
0010 s
Rinsing lead time
0016 s
Rinse duration
0010 s
Measurement lead time
Contact type
N/O
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Relay contacts, usage
• Open parameter setting
• Enter passcode
• Select “Module BASE”
• Select contact e.g. K1)
• “Rinse contact” (Fig.)
Set rinse contact parameters
• Set rinse interval
• Set rinse duration
• During the defined "lead time" the
"HOLD" mode is active.
• Select contact type
(e.g. "N/O")
Please note when configuring the "Rinse contact" function
• "HOLD" mode (e.g. during parameter setting) delays the execution of the
"Rinse contact" function.
• Up to 3 rinse functions (contacts K1 ... K3) can be configured independently.
• The individual rinse functions are not synchronized with each other.
Time response
HOLD
Contact Kx
Lead time
Rinse duration
Shut-off delay
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Limit value
Limit Value, Hysteresis, Contact Type
Parameter setting/Module BASE/Relay contacts/Usage
Menu
Usage as limit value
7.00 pH
19.2°C
Contact K1 (Administrator)
Usage
Variable
Limit value
Hysteresis
Effective direction
Contact type
Return
NAMUR maintenance
NAMUR HOLD
Limit value
Rinse contact
Parameter set B active
USP output
Limit value
Effective direction min
Relay output: Limit value
• Open parameter setting
• Enter passcode
• Select “Module BASE”
• Select “Contact ...”
• “Usage: Limit” (Fig.)
Limit value
Effective direction max
Signal
Signal
Hysteresis +
Limit value
Limit value
Hysteresis -
1
Contact
1
Contact
0
Icons in the Measurement Display
Measured value exceeds limit:
0
Measured value falls below limit:
Hysteresis
Tolerance band around the limit value, within which the contact is not
­actuated. Serves to obtain appropriate switching behavior at the output
and suppress slight fluctuations of the measured variable (Fig.)
Contact type
Specifies whether the active contact is closed (N/O) or open (N/C).
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OK1, OK2 Inputs: Specify Level
Parameter setting/Module BASE/Inputs OK1, OK2
Note: HOLD mode (Setting: BASE module)
Menu Display
Setting the OK inputs
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Inputs OK1, OK2 (Administrator)
For OK2 usage see
“Function control matrix”
OK1 usage
OK2 usage
Off
HOLD
Return
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Inputs OK1, OK2 (Administrator)
For OK2 usage see
“Function control matrix”
HOLD
OK1 usage
active 10 ... 30 V
Input OK1
active < 2 V
Input OK2
Return
OK
OK1 usage
• Open parameter setting
• Enter passcode
• Select “Module BASE”
• Select “Inputs OK1/OK2”
• Select “OK1 usage”
OK1/OK2 switching level
• Open parameter setting
• Enter passcode
• Select “Module BASE”
• Select “Inputs OK1/OK2”
• Specify active switching level
The BASE module provides 2 digital inputs
(OK1, OK2). The following functions (depending
on the parameter setting) can be started via a
­control signal:
• OK1: “Off” or “HOLD”
• OK2: Select: System control / Function
­control matrix. (“Off”, “Parameter set A/B”,
“Start KI recorder”)
You must specify the switching level
for the control signal:
(active 10...30 V or active < 2 V).
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Module BASE
OK1
OK2
OK
OK1
OK2
Switching Parameter Sets via OK2
Parameter setting / System control / Function control matrix
Note: HOLD mode (Setting: BASE module)
Parameter Sets
2 complete parameter sets (A, B) can be stored in the analyzer.
You can switch between the parameter sets using the OK2 input.
The currently activated set can be signaled by a relay contact.
An icon in the measurement display shows which parameter set is active:
or
Menu Display
Parameter sets
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Function control matrix (Administrator)
ParSet KI rec.
Input OK2
Left softkey
Right softkey
Profibus DO 2
Return
Fav Unical
–
–
–
–
–
–
Connect
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Contact K3 (Administrator)
Usage
NAMUR maintenance!
NAMUR HOLD
Contact type
Limit value
ON delay
OFF delay
Rinse contact
Parameter set B active
USP output
Abort
Selecting Parameter Set (A, B) via
OK2 Input
• Open parameter setting
• System control
• Function control matrix
• Select “OK2”
• Connect “Parameter set A/B”
Signaling Active Parameter Set via
Relay Contact
• Open parameter setting
• BASE module
• Select contact
• Usage: “Parameter set ...”.
OK
Note
The selection has no effect when working on SmartMedia card with
SW 3400-102.
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Sensor monitor / Temp probe adjustment
Note: HOLD mode (setting: BASE module)
Menu Display
Maintenance
80.7%Air
25.6°C
Menu selection
Select:
[enter]
Lingua
Return to meas
80.7%Air
25.6°C
Sensor monitor
Sensor current
-60.2 nA
Sensor current (25°C)
-58.5 nA
Air pressure
1014 mbar
Ext. pressure transmitter 0 mbar
RTD
22.0 kΩ
Temperature
25.1 °C
Return
16.4%Air
25.6°C
Temp probe adjustment
Probe tolerance and lead adjustment
Enter measured process temp
Installation adjustment On Off
Process temperature
+025.0°C
Abort
OK
Opening the Maintenance menu
From the measuring mode:
Press menu key to select menu.
Select maintenance using arrow keys,
confirm with enter.
Passcode 2958 (To change passcode:
Parameter setting/System control/
Passcode entry).
Then select “Module OXY”.
Sensor monitor
During maintenance, the sensor monitor allows validation of the ­sensor
by immersing it in a known solution,
for example, and checking the values
measured.
Temp probe adjustment
This function allows you to compensated for the individual temperature
probe tolerance and the influence of
the lead resistances to increase accuracy of temperature measurement.
Adjustment may only be carried
out when the process temperature
is precisely measured using a calibrated reference thermometer! The
measurement error of the reference
thermometer should be less than
0.1 °C. Adjustment without precise
measurement might result in considerable deviations of the measured
value display!
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Diagnostics
Logbook
Diagnostics Functions
General status information of the measuring system
Select menu: Diagnostics
Menu Display
Diagnostics functions
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Menu selection
Select:
[enter]
Return to meas
Lingua
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Diagnostics
Message list
Point of meas description
Logbook
Device description
Module FRONT
Module BASE
Return
Opening the diagnostics menu
From the measuring mode:
Press menu key to select menu.
Select diagnostics using arrow keys,
confirm by pressing enter.
The “Diagnostics” menu gives an
overview of all functions available.
Functions which have been set as
“Favorite” can be directly accessed
from the measuring mode.
Set favorite
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Point of meas description
Measurement point: Tank_2
Note:
04/03/2007 smith
Point of meas description
Allows entering a tag number and a
note.
Select position: left/right arrow key,
select character: up/down arrow key.
Confirm the entry by pressing enter.
Return
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Logbook
U229 04/13/10 09:50 • Warn Sensor dismou
F222 04/13/10 09:36 Parameter setting active
F224 04/12/10 17:52 Measurement active
F222 04/12/10 17:44 Parameter setting active
U229 04/11/10 06:51
Warn Sensor dismou
U229 04/11/10 06:50 • Warn Sensor dismou
Return
Releasing module:
• Message activated
Message deactivated
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Logbook
Shows the last 50 events with
­message identifier, date, time,
­module ­concerned, and plaintext of
the ­message. This permits q
­ uality
­management documentation to
ISO 9000 et seq.
Extended logbook: SmartMedia card
(SW 3400-104)
Menu Display
Diagnostics functions
Device description
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Module OXY 3400-067
Input for O2 and °C
Hardware: 1, Software: 3.1
Serial number 0002483
Module FRONT
BASE
Return
Options
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Module FRONT
Module diagnostics
Display test
Keypad test
Device description
Select module using arrow keys:
Provides information about all
­modules installed: Function, serial
number, hardware and software
­version, and device options.
FRONT module
The module contains the display and
keypad control. Test possibilities:
• Module diagnostics
• Display test
• Keypad test
Return
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Sensor
Sensor:
Manufacturer:
Article No.:
Serial number:
Adjustment:
InPro 6950
Mettler Toledo
52002559
0000313
07/01/10 08:15
Return
Module BASE
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Module diagnostics
Input/output status
Return
Input/output status
Current load I1
Current load I2
Contact
Input OK1
Input OK2
ISM sensor description*
Information on sensor type, manufacturer, article no., serial number, date of
last adjustment
* Menu is only displayed for ISM modules
when a valid ISM sensor is connected.
BASE module
The module generates the standard
output signals. Test possibilities:
• Module diagnostics
• Input/output status
Set favorite
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ok
ok
K2
K1
K3
K4
Inactive
Inactive
Example:
Module BASE, input/output status.
Return
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Module diagnostics
Sensor monitor
Module Diagnostics
Module diagnostics / Sensor monitor / Cal record / Sensor network diagram /
Statistics
Menu Display
Module diagnostics, Sensor monitor
3.4 %O2
23.0 °C
Menu selection
Select:
[enter]
Lingua
Return to meas
3.4 %O2
23.0 °C
Module OXY 3400-067
Module diagnostics
Sensor monitor
Cal record
Sensor network diagram OXY
Statistics
Return
Module diagnostics
Communication
Flash check sum
Meas. processing
Set favorite
3.4 %O2
23.0 °C
ok
ok
ok
Return
Sensor monitor
Sensor current
Sensor current (25°C)
Air pressure
Ext. pressure transmitter
RTD
Temperature
Return
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3.4 %O2
23.0 °C
–40.03 nA
–40.03 nA
1014 mbar
0 bars
22.1 kΩ
+025.0 °C
Open the diagnostics menu
From the measuring mode:
Press menu key to select menu.
Select diagnostics using arrow keys,
confirm by pressing enter.
Then select Module OXY.
The Diagnostics menu gives an overview of all diagnostics functions available. Messages set as “Favorite” can
be called directly from the ­measuring
mode using a softkey.
To configure:
Parameter setting / System control /
Function control matrix.
Module diagnostics
Function test of internal components:
- Internal device communication
- Check of firmware (module)
- Factory settings, measured value
­processing
Sensor monitor
Shows the current directly measured
by the sensor, the barometric ­pressure,
and temperature.
Important function for diagnostics and
validation!
Cal record, Sensor network
diagram, Statistics
Cal record, Sensor network ­diagram,
Statistics
Menu Display
3.4 %O2
23.0 °C
Cal record
07/01/10 10:29
Last calibration
Automatic - Water
Cal mode
Zero
+0.010 nA
Slope
–050.0 nA
Impedance
998.3 kΩ
Relative humidity
0051 %
Cal record
Data of last calibration, suitable for
documentation to ISO 9000 and GLP
(Date, time, calibration method, sensor zero and
slope, rel. humidity for calibration in air)
Return
3.4 %O2
23.0 °C
Sensor network diagram
1 - Slope
2 - Zero point
3 - Sensocheck
4 - Not in use
5 - Response time
6 - Cal timer
7 - Sensor wear
Return
Info
“Outer circle”
Value within tolerance
Critical range –
“inner circle”
Value out of
­tolerance
The tolerance can be
modified as required!
3.4 %O2
23.0 °C
Sensor wear monitor
Sensor wear
Sensor operating time
Autoclaving cycles
CIP cycles
SIP cycles
635 d
1 of 2
1 of 5
0 of 3
Sensor wear monitor (ISM)
In addition to the current sensor wear,
the sensor operating time as well as
the number of executed autoclaving, CIP, or SIP cycles can be seen at a
glance.
* Menu is only displayed for ISM modules
when a valid ISM sensor is connected.
Return
Statistics
Zero
1st Cal
Diff
Diff
Diff
Slope
Sensor network diagram
The measured values are continuously
monitored during the measurement
process. The sensor network diagram
provides at-a-glance information
about critical parameters.
If a tolerance limit has been ­exceeded,
the respective parameter is flashing.
Values in gray: Monitoring switched
off.
3.4 %O2
22.7 °C
+0.000nA 07/01/10 10:20
+0.010nA 07/11/10 12:34
–0.020nA 07/12/10 10:35
+0.900nA 07/18/10 10:42
Statistics
Indication of sensor data for the
First Calibration and the last
3 ­calibrations.
(Date and time of first calibration, sensor zero point
and slope, temperature, pressure and response time)
Return
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Setting diagnostics messages as favorite
Setting Diagnostics Messages as Favorite
Select menu: Parameter setting/System control/Function control matrix
Secondary Displays (1)
Here, additional values are displayed in the
measuring mode according to the factory
setting. When the respective softkey (2) is
pressed, the process variables measured by
the modules plus date or time are displayed.
In addition, you can use the softkeys (2) to
control functions. To assign a function to a
softkey, select
Parameter setting/System control/
Function control matrix
• Function which can be controlled by
­softkeys:
• Parameter set selection
• KI recorder Start/Stop
• Favorites
• Unical (fully automated probe controller)
1
2
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Function control matrix (Administrator)
ParSet KI rec.
Return
Favorites
Selected Diagnostics functions can be called
directly from the measuring mode using a
softkey.
The table on the next page explains how to
select favorites.
Fav Unical
–
–
–
–
–
–
Input OK2
Left softkey
Right softkey
Profibus DO 2
Connect
Example:
“Favorites” to be selected with
“Right softkey”
To select a softkey function:
Select desired function using arrow
keys,
press “Connect” softkey and ­
confirm with enter.
To deselect a function:
Press “Disconnect” softkey,
confirm with enter.
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Menu Display
Select favorites
Favorites menu
Diagnostics functions can be called
directly from the measuring mode
using a softkey.
The “Favorites” are selected in the
Diagnostics menu.
09/03/14
Favorites menu
83.3%Air
25.6 °C
Menu selection
Select:
[enter]
Lingua
Return to meas
83.3%Air
25.6 °C
Module OXY 3400-067
Module diagnostics
Sensor monitor
Cal record
Sensor network diagram Oxy
Statistics
Return
Select favorites
Press menu key to select menu.
Select diagnostics using arrow keys,
confirm with enter. Then select
­module and confirm with enter.
Set favorite
Set/delete favorite:
“Set favorite” allows activation of the
selected diagnostic function directly
from the measuring mode via softkey.
The menu line is marked with a heart
icon.
Pressing the meas key returns to
measurement. When the softkey has
been assigned to “Favorites”, “Favorites
menu” is read in the secondary display
(see “Function control matrix”).
09/03/14
Favorites menu
Note:
When one of the softkeys has been assigned to the “Favorites menu” function,
diagnostic functions which have been set as “Favorite” can be directly called
from the measuring mode.
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Message list
Diagnostics Functions
General status information of the measuring system
Select menu: Diagnostics - Message list
Menu
Display
Diagnostics functions
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Menu selection
Select:
[enter]
Return to meas
Lingua
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23.7 °C
Diagnostics
Message list
Logbook
Point of meas description
Device description
Module FRONT
Module BASE
Return
Message list
D062
P018
P030
D013
P210
P092
Opening the diagnostics menu
From the measuring mode:
Press menu key to select menu.
Select diagnostics using arrow keys,
confirm by pressing enter.
The “Diagnostics” menu gives an
overview of all functions available.
Functions which have been set as
“Favorite” can be directly accessed
from the measuring mode.
Set favorite
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8 messg.
Warn
Sensocheck
Warn Temp alarm HI
Warn Zero range
Saturation %Air Alarm HI
Fail Wrong ISM sensor
Warn Tolerance band
Return
Message list
Shows the currently activated warning
or failure messages in plain text.
Number of messages
When there are more than 7 messages,
a vertical scrollbar appears.
Scroll with the up/down arrow keys.
Message identifier
See message list for description.
Module identifier
Specifies the module that has generated the
message.
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Messages
OXY 3400(X)-067 Module
No.
OXY messages
Message type
D008
Meas. processing (factory settings)
FAIL
D009
Module failure (Firmware Flash check sum)
FAIL
D010
Saturation %Air Range
FAIL
D011
Saturation %Air Alarm LO_LO
FAIL
D012
Saturation %Air Alarm LO
WARN
D013
Saturation %Air Alarm HI
WARN
D014
Saturation %Air Alarm HI_HI
FAIL
D015
Temperature range
FAIL
D016
Temperature Alarm LO_LO
FAIL
D017
Temperature Alarm LO
WARN
D018
Temperature Alarm HI
WARN
D019
Temperature Alarm HI_HI
FAIL
D020
Concentration range
FAIL
D021
Concentration Alarm LO_LO
FAIL
D022
Concentration Alarm LO
WARN
D023
Concentration Alarm HI
WARN
D024
Concentration Alarm HI_HI
FAIL
D025
Part. press. range
FAIL
D026
Part. press. Alarm LO_LO
FAIL
D027
Part. press. Alarm LO
WARN
D028
Part. press. Alarm HI
WARN
D029
Part. press. Alarm HI_HI
FAIL
D030
Zero range
WARN
D035
Slope range
WARN
D040
Air pressure range
WARN
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Messages
No.
OXY messages
Message type
D041
Air pressure Alarm LO_LO
FAIL
D042
Air pressure Alarm LO
WARN
D043
Air pressure Alarm HI
WARN
D044
Air pressure Alarm HI_HI
FAIL
D045
Saturation %O2 Range
FAIL
D046
Saturation %O2 Alarm LO_LO
FAIL
D047
Saturation %O2 Alarm LO
WARN
D048
Saturation %O2 Alarm HI
WARN
D049
Saturation %O2 Alarm HI_HI
FAIL
D050
Air pressure Manual range
WARN
D060
SAD SENSOFACE: Slope
WARN
D061
SAD SENSOFACE: Zero
WARN
D062
SAD SENSOFACE: Sensocheck
User-defined
D063
SAD SENSOFACE: Response time
WARN
D064
SAD SENSOFACE: Calibration timer
WARN
D070
SAD SENSOFACE: Sensor wear
User-defined
D080
Range (sensor current)
WARN
D090
Vol% range (measurement in gases)
WARN
D091
Vol% Alarm LO_LO (measurement in gases)
FAIL
D092
Vol% Alarm LO (measurement in gases)
WARN
D093
Vol% Alarm HI (measurement in gases)
WARN
D094
Vol% Alarm HI_HI (measurement in gases)
FAIL
D095
ppm range (measurement in gases)
FAIL
D096
ppm Alarm LO_LO (measurement in gases)
FAIL
D097
ppm Alarm LO (measurement in gases)
WARN
D098
ppm Alarm HI (measurement in gases)
WARN
D099
ppm Alarm HI_HI (measurement in gases)
FAIL
D110
CIP counter
User-defined
D111
SIP counter
User-defined
D112
Autoclaving counter
User-defined
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Messages
No.
OXY messages
Message type
D113
Sensor operating time (duration of use)
User-defined
D114
Membrane body changes
User-defined
D115
Inner body changes
User-defined
D120
Wrong ISM sensor
FAIL
D121
ISM sensor (error in factory settings/characteristics)
FAIL
D122
ISM sensor memory (error in cal data records)
WARN
D123
New sensor, adjustment required
WARN
D130
SIP cycle counted
Text
D131
CIP cycle counted
Text
D200
Temp O2 conc/SAT
WARN
D201
Cal temp
Text
D203
Cal: Identical media
Text
D204
Cal: Media interchanged
Text
D205
Cal: Sensor unstable
Text
D254
Module reset
Text
No.
Calculation Block OXY/OXY Messages
Message type
H010
%AIR-Diff Range
FAIL
H011
%AIR-Diff Alarm LO_LO
FAIL
H012
%AIR-Diff Alarm LO
WARN
H013
%AIR-Diff Alarm HI
WARN
H014
%AIR-Diff Alarm HI_HI
FAIL
H015
Temperature-Diff Range
FAIL
H016
Temperature-Diff Alarm LO_LO
FAIL
H017
Temperature-Diff Alarm LO
WARN
H018
Temperature-Diff Alarm HI
WARN
H019
Temperature-Diff Alarm HI_HI
FAIL
H020
Concentration-Diff Range
FAIL
H021
Concentration-Diff Alarm LO_LO
FAIL
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Messages
No.
Calculation Block OXY/OXY Messages
Message type
H022
Concentration-Diff Alarm LO
WARN
H023
Concentration-Diff Alarm HI
WARN
H024
Concentration-Diff Alarm HI_HI
FAIL
H045
%O2-Diff Range
FAIL
H046
%O2-Diff Alarm LO_LO
FAIL
H047
%O2-Diff Alarm LO
WARN
H048
%O2-Diff Alarm HI
WARN
H049
%O2-Diff Alarm HI_HI
FAIL
H090
Vol%-Diff range (measurement in gases)
WARN
H091
Vol%-Diff Alarm LO_LO (measurement in gases)
FAIL
H092
Vol%-Diff Alarm LO (measurement in gases)
WARN
H093
Vol%-Diff Alarm HI (measurement in gases)
WARN
H094
Vol%-Diff Alarm HI_HI (measurement in gases)
FAIL
H095
ppm-Diff range (measurement in gases)
FAIL
H096
ppm-Diff Alarm LO_LO (measurement in gases)
FAIL
H097
ppm-Diff Alarm LO (measurement in gases)
WARN
H098
ppm-Diff Alarm HI (measurement in gases)
WARN
H099
ppm-Diff Alarm HI_HI (measurement in gases)
FAIL
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Specifications
Protos OXY 3400(X)-067 Specifications
Input for sensors
Automatic range selection:
Input range 1
Meas. error **
Input range 2
Meas. error **
Display ranges
Saturation
(-10 ... 80 °C)
Concentration
(-10 ... 80 °C)
(dissolved oxygen)
SE 7*6 ... , SE 7*7 ... or "other"
Meas. current 0 ... 600 nA, resolution 10 pA
< 0.5 % meas. val. + 0.05 nA + 0.005 nA/K
Meas. current 0 ... 10000 nA, resolution 166 pA
< 0.5 % meas. val. + 0.8 nA + 0.08 nA/K
Standard sensor
(SE 7*6 ...)
Trace sensor
01 (SE 7*7 ...)
Trace sensor
001
Other
000.0 ... 999.9 %Air
0.000 ... 9.999 %Air
00.00 ... 99.99 %Air
000.0 ... 999.9 %Air
0.000 ... 9.999 %Air
00.00 ... 99.99 %Air
000.0 ... 999.9 %Air
0.000 ... 9.999 %Air
00.00 ... 99.99 %Air
000.0 ... 999.9 %Air
00.00 ... 99.99 %O2
000.0 ... 999.9 %O2
0.000 ... 9.999 %O2
00.00 ... 99.99 %O2
000.0 ... 999.9 %O2
0.000 ... 9.999 %O2
00.00 ... 99.99 %O2
000.0 ... 999.9 %O2
0.000 ... 9.999 %O2
00.00 ... 99.99 %O2
000.0 ... 999.9 %O2
00.00 ... 99.99 mg/l
000.0 ... 999.9 mg/l
0000 ... 9999 µg/l
00.00 ... 99.99 mg/l
000.0 ... 999.9 mg/l
000.0 ... 9.999 µg/l
0000 ... 9999 µg/l
00.00 ... 99.99 mg/l
000.0 ... 999.9 mg/l
0000 ... 9999 µg/l
00.00 ... 99.99 mg/l
000.0 ... 999.9 mg/l
00.00 ... 99.99 ppm
000.0 ... 999.9 ppm
0000 ... 9999 ppb
00.00 ... 99.99 ppm
000.0 ... 999.9 ppm
000.0 ... 9.999 ppb
0000 ... 9999 ppb
00.00 ... 99.99 ppm
000.0 ... 999.9 ppm
0000 ... 9999 ppb
00.00 ... 99.99 ppm
000.0 ... 999.9 ppm
0000 ... 9999 ppm
0.000 ... 9.999 Vol%
00.00 ... 99.99 Vol%
000.0 ... 999.9 ppm
0000 ... 9999 ppm
0.000 ... 9.999 Vol%
00.00 ... 99.99 Vol%
0000 ... 9999 mbar
00.00 ... 00.00 mbar
000.0 ... 000.0 mbar
0000 ... 9999 mbar
0.000 ... 9.999 mbar
00.00 ... 00.00 mbar
000.0 ... 000.0 mbar
0000 ... 9999 mbar
00.00 ... 00.00 mbar
000.0 ... 000.0 mbar
0000 ... 9999 mbar
0000 ... 9999 mmHg
00.00 ... 00.00 mmHg
000.0 ... 000.0 mmHg
0000 ... 9999 mmHg
0.000 ... 9.999 mmHg
00.00 ... 00.00 mmHg
000.0 ... 000.0 mmHg
0000 ... 9999 mmHg
00.00 ... 00.00 mmHg
000.0 ... 000.0 mmHg
0000 ... 9999 mmHg
Volume concentration
in gas
00.00 ... 99.99 Vol%
000.0 ... 999.9 Vol%
Partial pressure
Permissible guard current
≤ 20 µA
Polarization voltage
Pressure correction
Air pressure
Manual
External
Via bus
Salinity correction
0 ... –1,000 mV, default –675 mV (resolution < 5 mV)
0000 ... 9999 ppm
0.000 ... 9.999 Vol%
00.00 ... 99.99 Vol%
000.0 ... 999.9 Vol%
700 ... 1100 mbar
0 ... 9999 mbar
0 ... 9999 mbar (through current input 0(4) ... 20 mA input)
0 ... 9999 mbar (via PROFIBUS or Foundation Fieldbus)
0.0 ... 45.0 g/kg
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Specifications
ISM
Sensor monitoring *
Intelligent Sensor Management
Display of sensor data: Manufacturer, serial number, calibration record,
load matrix a.o.
Sensocheck
Monitoring of membrane and electrolyte
Sensoface
Sensor network diagram
provides information on the sensor condition:
Zero, slope, response time, calibration interval, Sensocheck, wear (ISM)
Sensor monitor
Direct display of measured values from sensor for validation:
Sensor current / barometric pressure / temperature / I input
Display of wear parameters
Sensor wear / sensor operating time / autoclaving cycles /
SIP cycles / CIP cycles
Operating modes
- Automatic calibration in air-saturated water
- Automatic calibration in air
- Product calibration: Saturation
- Product calibration: Concentration
- Data entry zero/slope
- Zero correction
Recording of:
Zero, slope, response time, calibration method
with date and time of the last three calibrations
and the first calibration
Wear monitor
Sensor standardization *
Calibration record/
statistics
Temperature input (Ex ia IIC)
Temperature probe *
Measuring range (MR)
Resolution
Meas. error **
Input
Pressure range
Current range
Resolution
NTC 22 kΩ / NTC 30 kΩ, 2-wire connection, adjustable
-20 ... +150 °C (–4 ... 302 °F)
0.1 °C
0.2 % meas.val. + 0.5 K (< 1 K with T > 100 °C)
0(4) ... 20 mA for absolute or differential pressure transmitter
0 ... 9999 mbar
0(4) ... 20 mA / 50 ohms
Start / end user-defined within pressure range
< 1%
* User-defined
** To IEC 746 Part 1, at nominal operating conditions, ± 1 count, plus sensor error
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Specifications
General data
Explosion protection
(Ex module only)
See www.knick.de
EMC
Emitted interference
Immunity to interference
NAMUR NE 21 and
EN 61326-1
EN 61326-2-3
Class B (residential area)
Industry
Lightning protection
EN 61000-4-5, Installation Class 2
Nominal operating ­conditions
Ambient temperature:
–20 ... +55 °C (Ex: max. +50 °C)
Rel. humidity: 10 ... 95 % not condensing
Transport/Storage
­temperature
–20 ... +70 °C
Screw clamp connector
Single wires and flexible leads up to 2.5 mm2
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Appendix:
Minimum Spans for Current Outputs
The OXY 3400(X)-067 module is a measuring module. It does not provide current outputs. Current outputs are provided by the BASE module (basic device)
or by communication modules (e.g. OUT, PID). The corresponding parameters
must be set there.
The minimum current span shall prevent that the resolution limit of the
­measurement technology (± 1 count) is seen in the current.
OXY 3400(X)-067 Module
%Air
0.1
%O2
0.1
°C
10.0
mbar
20.0
(barometric pressure)
nA
10 % min. 1.00 nA
mg/l
2 µg/l
ppm
2 ppb
mbar
1 mbar
(partial pressure)
Vol%
0.01
ppm
100
°F
10.0
Calculation Block OXY/OXY
Diff %Air
0.1
Diff-%O2
0.1
Diff mg/l
10 % min. 2.0 µg/l
Diff ppm
10 % min. 2.0 ppb
Diff °C
10.0
Diff Vol%
0.01
Diff ppm
100
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Dissolved Oxygen Measurement in
Carbonated Beverages (SW 3400-011)
Application-specific additional function for breweries
Recommended only for SE 7*7 ... series sensors!
This additional function simplifies parameter setting since all steps not required
for dissolved oxygen measurement in carbonated beverages are omitted. It
simultaneously acts on all installed OXY modules (module ­software version 2.2
and higher).
Function principle:
The following processes are automated by the additional function, i.e. all
parameters required for the respective program step are set automatically.
During the filling process, for example, it must be ensured that as little ­oxygen
as possible is dissolved in the beer to extent its shelf life.
During oxygen trace measurement the sensor is operated with a very low
polarization voltage (-500 mV). This results in low cross-sensitivity to CO2.
For a calibration in air, this polarization voltage is too low.
It must be set to -675 mV and afterwards be reduced again to -500 mV for
­measuring in the trace range.
Be sure to wait long enough for the sensor to stabilize.
Opening and closing of valves causes pressure variations in the beer pipes
which momentarily falsify the O2 signal. Therefore the input signal must be
attenuated correspondingly to suppress transient interferences.
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Overview of Parameter Setting
83.3 %Air
25.6 °C
Menu selection
Select:
[enter]
Return to meas
Lingua
83.3 %Air
25.6 °C
Parameter setting
Viewing level
(All Data) view
(Operation Data) opl
Operator level
Administrator level (All Data) adm
Parameter setting
Activated from measuring mode: Press menu key to select menu.
Select parameter setting using arrow keys, confirm with enter.
Administrator level
Access to all functions, also passcode setting. Releasing or
­blocking functions for access from the Operator level.
Operator level
Access to all functions which have been released at the
Administrator level. Blocked functions are displayed in gray and
cannot be edited.
Viewing level
Only display, no editing possible!
Return
System control
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Memory card (Option)
• Record logbook
• Register recorder
• Decimal separator
• Card full
• Format
Menu only appears with SmartMedia Card inserted.
Make sure that it is a memory card,
not an update card.
Copy configuration
The complete configuration of an analyzer can be written on a
SmartMedia card. This allows transferring all device settings to
other devices with identical equipment (exception: options and
passcodes).
Parameter sets
• Load
• Save
2 parameter sets (A,B) are available in the analyzer.
The currently active parameter set is read on the display.
Parameter sets contain all settings except:
Sensor type, Options, System control settings
Up to 5 parameter sets (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) are available when a
SmartMedia card (Option) is used.
Function control matrix
• Input OK2
• Left softkey
• Right softkey
Selecting the control element for the following functions:
- Parameter set selection
- KI recorder (start/stop)
- Favorites menu (selected diagnostics functions)
- Unical (fully automated probe controller)
Time/date
Point of meas description
Release of options
Software update
Logbook
Buffer table
Factory setting
Passcode entry
Selecting the display format, entry
Can be called from the diagnostics menu.
A TAN is required to release an Option.
Software update from SmartMedia card (update card)
Selecting events to be recorded
Entering own buffer set for automatic calibration
Resetting all parameters to factory setting
Editing the passcodes
Parameter Setting Menu
Display settings: FRONT module
Languages
Measurement display
• Main display
• Display format
• Viewing angle
Representation of measured values on the display:
- Selecting the number of primary values displayed
(one or two)
- Decimal places
Measurement recorder
• Time base
• Zoom function
• Min/Max display
Option: 2-channel, selection of process variable, start and end
KI recorder
Option: See more detailed “Options” manual
Signal outputs and inputs, contacts: BASE module
Output current I1, I2
• Variable
• Curve
• Output (0/4 - 20 mA)
• Output filter
• Behavior during messages
- HOLD
--- Current meas.
--- Last usable value
--- Fixed 22 mA
- 22 mA message
2 current outputs, separately adjustable
Contact K4
• Contact type
• ON delay
• OFF delay
NAMUR failure
Behavior during messages
Output current
[mA]
“Current
22
meas.”
4
HOLD
“Last usable
value”
“Fixed
(22 mA)”
HOLD
HOLD
Contacts K3, K2, K1
Factory setting:
• Usage
K3: Maintenance request, K2: HOLD, K1: Limit
- Maintenance request
- HOLD (function check) - Limit value (adjustable) - Variable, limit value, hysteresis, effective direction, ...
Rinse contact (adjustable)
- Rinsing interval, lead times, rinse duration, logbook entry, ...
- Parameter set B active
- USP output
- KI recorder active
- Sensoface
• Controller alarm (alarm output Unical/Uniclean)
• Contact type / ON/OFF delay
Inputs OK1, OK2
• OK1 usage
- Signal level
Optocoupler - signal inputs
Off, HOLD (function check)
active level switchable from 10 to 30 V or < 2 V, resp.
For OK2 see System control/Function control matrix
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Parameter Setting Menu
OXY 3400-067 Module
Input filter
Sensor data
• Measure in
• Sensor type
• Monitor sensor type
• Temperature probe
• Membrane correction
• Sensor polarization
• Polarization voltage
• Sensoface
• Details
Cal preset values
• Cal saturation
• Cal concentration
• Calibration timer
Representation of measured values on the display:
Liquids, Gases
Standard sensor, Trace sensor 01, Trace sensor 001, Other
Monitor, Off (for ISM sensor only)
NTC 22 kohms, NTC 30 kohms
01.00
675 mV or entry
Slope, zero, Sensocheck, response time, temperature,
sensor wear, CIP counter, SIP counter, autoclaving counter,
sensor operating time, membrane body changes, inner body
changes
mg/l, µg/l, ppm, ppb
Pressure correction
• Ext. pressure transmitter
• Pressure during meas
• Pressure during cal
Salinity correction
• Input
• Salinity
Salinity, Chlorinity, Conductivity
Messages
• Saturation %Air
• Saturation %O2
• Concentration
• Partial pressure
• Air pressure
Calibration Menu
OXY 3400-067 Module
Automatic - Water
Automatic - Air
Product calibration Sat
Product calibration Conc
Data entry
Zero correction
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Maintenance Menu
BASE Module
Current source
Output current definable 0 ... 22 mA
OXY 3400-067 Module
Sensor monitor
Temp probe adjustment
Autoclaving counter
Membrane body changes
Inner body changes
Sensor current, air pressure, ext. pressure transmitter, RTD,
temperature, impedance, current input
Compensating for lead length
Shows the number of executed autoclaving cycles as well as the
maximally permitted number of cycles
Shows the number of executed membrane body changes as well
as the maximally permitted number of changes
Shows the number of executed inner body changes as well as
the maximally permitted number of changes
Diagnostics Menu
Message list
Point of meas description
Logbook
Device description
List of all warning and failure messages
Hardware version, Serial no., (Module) Firmware, Options
FRONT Module
Module diagnostics
Display test
Keypad test
BASE Module
Module diagnostics
Input/output status
OXY 3400-067 Module
Module diagnostics
Sensor monitor
Cal record
Sensor network diagram Oxy
Sensor wear monitor
Load diagram
Statistics
Internal function test
Shows the values currently measured by the sensor
Data of last adjustment / calibration
Graphical representation of the sensor parameters
Shows the sensor wear
3D representation of sensor wear (sensor current/temperature)
Displays first calibration and deviations of last 3 calibrations
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Index
A
Adjustment 30
Administrator level 42
Application in hazardous locations 7
Attaching the terminal plates 22
Autoclaving counter (ISM only) 19
Automatic calibration in air 36
Automatic calibration in water 34
B
BASE module 13
Behavior during messages 67
C
Cable glands 10
Calculation Blocks 58
Calibration 29
Calibration, automatic in air 36
Calibration, automatic in water 34
Calibration by data entry 40
Calibration, recommendations 31
Calibration with sampling 38
Calibration, zero correction 41
Call up parameter setting 44
Cal record 81
Change passcode 26
CIP (Cleaning in Place) 21
Configuration, operating levels 42
Configuration, "par" menu 44
Configuration with ProgaLog 3000 47
Configurator menu of "ProgaLog 3000" 50
Configure measurement display 27
Contacts 63
Contact type 73
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Index
Control panel 10
Current outputs 63
Current outputs, characteristics 64
Current outputs, minimum spans 92
D
Data entry of premeasured sensors 40
Device description, Diagnostics menu 79
Device limits max. 62
Diagnostics functions 78
Diagnostics messages 84
Diagnostics messages as favorite 82
Display icons 104
Disposal 2
Dissolved oxygen measurement in carbonated beverages (SW 3400-011) 93
Documenting parameter setting 45, 46
E
EMC 91
Explosion protection 91
External current input, wiring 24
F
Factory setting 60
Failure, signaling 68
Favorites 82
FRONT module 12
Function check 68
Function control matrix 82
G
Graphic display 10
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Index
H
Hardware and software version 8
HOLD 68
HOLD mode during calibration 32
Hysteresis 73
I
Icons in the display 104
Inner body changes (ISM only) 19
Inserting the module 23
ISM sensors, connecting 16
ISM sensors, general 15
ISM, wiring 24
L
LED 10
Limit value 73
Limit value, icons in the measurement display 73
Linear characteristic 64
Lock icon 43
Locking a function 43
Logarithmic output curve 65
Logbook 60
M
Maintenance 77
Membrane body changes (ISM only) 19
Menu selection 25
Menu structure 11, 25
Message icons 62
Message list 84
Messages 62, 84
Messages, response of current outputs 67
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Index
Message when the current range is exceeded 67
Modular concept 9
Module diagnostics 80
Module equipment 13
Modules 12
N
NAMUR signals, current outputs 67
NAMUR signals, relay contacts 68
O
OK1/OK2 inputs 74
OK1/OK2 switching level 74
OK1 usage 74
OK2, selecting parameter set (A, B) 75
OK inputs 63
Operating levels 42
Operator level 42
Output filter 66
Overview 95
Overview of parameter setting 94
P
Parameter set B, signaling 75
Parameter sets, switchover 75
Parameter setting 44
Parameter setting, documenting 45
Passcode entry 26
Passcode lost 26
Point of meas description 78
ProgaLog 3000 software 47
Protective wiring 69
101
Index
R
Relay contacts, protective wiring 69
Relay contacts, usage 70
Relay output, limit value 73
Release (softkey function) 43
Replacing the front module 12
Return of products under warranty 2
Rinse contact 72
S
Safety information 7
Screw clamp connector 91
Sealing 12
Secondary displays 82
Sensocheck 57
Sensoface 52
Sensoface criteria 57
Sensor connection 24
Sensor data 52
Sensor data parameters 51
Sensor monitor, Diagnostics menu 80
Sensor monitoring details 52
Sensor monitor, Maintenance menu 77
Sensor network diagram 81
Sensor type (standard, traces, ISM) 24
Sensor wear monitor (ISM only) 20
Serial number 8
Settings documentation 45
Shield 23
Short description 10
Signaling active parameter set via relay contact 75
SIP (Sterilization in Place) 21
Slope 57
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Index
Slot for SmartMedia card 12
SmartMedia card 12
Softkeys 82
Software version 8
Specifications 89
Standard, sensor type, wiring 24
Start (4 mA) and end (20 mA) 63
Switching parameter sets via OK2 75
T
Table of contents 3
Technical data 89
Temp probe adjustment, Maintenance menu 77
Terminal compartment 13
Terminal plate 22
Traces 01/001, sensor type, wiring 24
Trademarks 2
U
User interface 10
V
Variable limits 62
Viewing level 42
W
Wiring 24
Z
Zero correction 41
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Icon
Explanation of icons important for this module
The analyzer is in measuring mode.
The analyzer is in calibration mode. HOLD mode active for currently calibrated module.
The analyzer is in maintenance mode. HOLD mode active.
The analyzer is in parameter setting mode. HOLD mode active.
The analyzer is in diagnostics mode.
NAMUR signals
HOLD. The NAMUR “function check” contact is active (factory setting: Module BASE, Contact
K2, N/O contact). Current outputs as configured:
• Current meas.:
The currently measured value appears at the current output
• Last usable value: The last measured value is held at the current output
• Fixed 22 mA:
The output current is at 22 mA
Failure. The NAMUR “failure” contact is active (factory setting: Module BASE, Contact K4,
N/C contact). To view error message, call up: Diagnostics menu/Message list
Maintenance request. The NAMUR contact is active (factory setting: Module BASE, Contact
K2, N/O contact). To view error message, call up: Diagnostics menu/Message list
Limit indication: Lower / upper range limit exceeded
man
Temperature detection by manual input
Calibration is performed
Calibration - Step 1 of product calibration has been executed.
The analyzer is waiting for the sample values.
In the plaintext display in front of a menu line:
Access to next menu level with enter
In the plaintext display in front of a menu line when it has been blocked by the
Administrator against access from the Operator level.
Designates the module slot (1, 2 or 3), allowing the clear assignment of measured-value/
parameter displays in the case of identical module types.
Indicates the active parameter set. (The analyzer provides two parameter sets A and B.
Up to 5 sets can be added using additional functions and SmartMedia card.)
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OXY 3400(X)-067 Module Menu Selection
Calibration and Adjustment....................................................29
Automatic calibration in water................................................................34
Automatic calibration in air.......................................................................36
Product calibration: Saturation................................................................38
Data entry of premeasured sensors.......................................................40
Zero correction...............................................................................................41
Parameter setting.....................................................................42
Documenting..................................................................................................45
Sensor data......................................................................................................52
Sensoface.........................................................................................................57
Calculation Blocks.........................................................................................58
Logbook............................................................................................................60
Factory setting...............................................................................................60
Messages..........................................................................................................61
BASE module: Current outputs................................................................63
Current outputs: Behavior during messages......................................67
Relay contacts.................................................................................................70
Rinse contact..................................................................................................72
Limit value.......................................................................................................73
Maintenance.............................................................................77
Diagnostics...............................................................................78
Logbook............................................................................................................78
Module diagnostics......................................................................................80
Sensor monitor..............................................................................................80
Cal record, Sensor network diagram, Statistics..................................81
Setting diagnostics messages as favorite............................................82
Message list.....................................................................................................84
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TA-201.067-KNE06
20170630
Software version 3.x