operating instruction manual model 2200p ph analyzer

OPERATING INSTRUCTION MANUAL
MODEL 2200P
PH ANALYZER
REV. 9.1
AquaMetrix Inc.
22-121 Granton Drive
Richmond Hill, ON
Canada, L4B 3N4
Tel: (800) 742-1413
(905) 763-8432
Fax: (905) 763-9480
www.aquametrix.com
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION
DESCRIPTION
PAGE
1
GENERAL INFORMATION
1
2
SPECIFICATIONS
2
3
INSTALLATION
3
4
DESCRIPTION OF FUNCTIONS
9
5
START-UP AND OPERATION
15
6
OPERATING HINTS
22
7
UTILITY MENU
23
8
DIAGNOSTICS
26
9
TROUBLESHOOTING AND SERVICE
28
MODEL 2200P pH CONTROLLER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
1.0
GENERAL INFORMATION
The AquaMetrix Model 2200P pH analyzer is a versatile industrial microprocessor based instrument.
Setpoints and outputs are programmed through the menu with push buttons on the face of the
instrument. Calibration is achieved from the front panel menu.
The instrument may be used in conjunction with AquaMetrix 5-wire differential probes or with any
conventional combination probes. However, the differential probes are highly recommended for
most processes.
The instrument provides non-isolated 0-5 Vdc, 0-1 mA and isolated 4-20 mA analog outputs. The
analog outputs may be programmed to represent any segment of the measuring scale. Two control
relays may be individually programmed to activate on either rising or falling pH, thus permitting bidirectional control. In addition, the instrument has a high / low alarm relay.
The integrity of the system is ensured with a watch-dog timer and system alarm. A user-enabled
password feature protects all stored values.
The instrument is housed in a NEMA 4X enclosure. The standard unit is provided with mounting
hardware for surface mount applications. Both panel and pipe mount kits can be ordered
separately.
Model 2200P
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2.0
SPECIFICATIONS
DISPLAY:
4 x 7 segment _” LED Display
MEASURING RANGES:
pH: 0.01 to 14.00 pH
Temperature: 0°C to 100°C (32°F to 212°F)
POWER REQUIREMENTS:
Standard: 98-132 Vac, 50/60 Hz (less than 20 VA)
Optional: 196-264 Vac, 50/60 Hz (less than 20 VA)
23-26Vdc (nominal current 150mA)
AMBIENT CONDITIONS:
-30 to 50°C (-22 to 122°F)
0 to 90% R.H. non-condensing
CONTROL RELAYS:
5A 115/230 Vac, 5A 30 Vdc SPDT
Selectable to activate in response to rising or falling
process
Fully adjustable relay on and relay off setpoints
Manual Override Auto / Off / On for Relay A
Cycling Feature: On time 0-600sec off time 0-600sec
Normal or Fail Safe operation
ALARM RELAY:
5A 115/230 Vac, 5A 30 Vdc SPDT
Programmable to activate at high and low alarm
setpoints
Deadband fixed at 2% of Full Scale
Normal or Fail Safe Operation
TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION:
Automatic 0°C to 100°C (32°F to 212°F) If probe has
temperature compensation
SYSTEM ERROR:
A LED indicates a system alarm. The alarm relay can
be programmed to activate upon system memory loss.
DIAGNOSTICS:
Invalid entries are identified by respective flashing
LEDs. When a status error occurs, press CALL to
obtain the status error number, which corresponds to a
fault as described in the Status Fault Table.
TEST:
Display value and analog outputs can be set manually
to any value for testing and diagnostic purposes. This
feature allows the operation of the control relays,
alarm relay, and outputs to be tested independently of
process.
SAFETY AND SECURITY:
Non-volatile memory (EEPROM)
Password protected if enabled
Watch-dog timer monitors microprocessor
Instrument automatically returns to on line operation if
accidentally left in menu mode.
SENSITIVITY: 0.1% of span
STABILITY: 0.1% of span per 24 hrs. non-cumulative.
RELAY INDICATORS:
Three individual LEDs indicate status of the two
control relays and the alarm relay.
NON-LINEARITY: 0.1% of span
REPEATABILITY: 0.1% of span or better
ANALOG OUTPUTS:
Non Isolated 0-1mA, 100 ohms maximum load
Non Isolated 0-5Vdc, 1000 ohms minimum load
Isolated 4-20mA, 800 ohms maximum load
Range Expand: The analog outputs can be scaled to
represent any segment of the full scale of the
instrument. Minimum segment is 10% of Full Scale.
Output Hold: The analog outputs are automatically
placed on hold when the unit is placed in any menu
mode.
Temperature Output: The 0-1mA / 0-5 Vdc outputs can
be selected to track the process temperature or pH.
SENSOR-TO-ANALYZER DISTANCE:
Differential Probe (P60) 3000 feet maximum
Conventional combination probe 25 feet (an
AquaMetrix Series 101 preamplifier is required for
distances greater than 25 feet)
TEMPERATURE DRIFT:
Zero: 0.01% of span per °C
Span: 0.01% of span per °C
RESPONSE TIME:
0.5 second to 90% of value upon step change
ENCLOSURE:
NEMA 4X molded fiberglass reinforced polyester
enclosure with four 1/2" conduit holes and mounting
feet for surface mount. A NEMA 4 plug is provided for
one hole.
MOUNTING CONFIGURATIONS:
Standard is surface mount
Optional panel mount hardware Part No. C35-68
Optional pipe mount hardware Part No. C35-69
NET WEIGHT: 3 1/2 lb. (1.6 kg)
CALIBRATION:
Two point or automatic with buffer recognition.
Model 2200P
Approvals: CSA
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3.0
INSTALLATION
3.1 Location
3.1.1
Install the instrument within 3000 feet of where the AquaMetrix differential probe
(P60 Series) is installed. If a conventional combination probe (P500 Series) is used
the instrument must be within 25 feet of the probe for direct connection. An
AquaMetrix 101 Series preamplifier may be used to extend this distance to 3000
feet.
3.1.2
Select an installation site, which is:
• free of mechanical vibrations
• reasonably clean and dry
• protected from falling corrosive fluids within the ambient temperature and humidity
specifications
• remote from high voltage relay and power switches
3.2 Type of Mounting
3.2.1
If the instrument is to be pipe or panel mounted a special hardware kit will be
required. For panel mount order part number C35-68. For pipe mount order part
number C35-69. Instructions for both types of mounting will be included with the
kits.
3.2.2
For surface mounting, four feet brackets, together with fastening screws, are
provided with the instrument. These should be fastened to the back of the
instrument and then it may be screwed or bolted in the selected location.
3.3 Conduit Connections
Model 2200P
3.3.1
Four 1/2" conduit holes are provided in the bottom of the enclosure. One of these is
fitted with an approved water tight plug. To maintain NEMA 4X integrity, approved
conduit hubs must be used to connect conduit. The hubs must be connected to the
conduit before being connected to the enclosure. Any unused conduit holes must
be closed with water tight plugs or connectors.
3.3.2
For convenience of internal connections the right conduit hole (viewed from the
front) should be used for power connection; the next hole to the left for relay
outputs; the next hole to the left for analog outputs and finally the fourth hole for
sensor input.
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3.4 Electrical Connections
The 2200P is available in 3 different power options, 120Vac, 240Vac, and 24Vdc. Refer to
following sections for connecting the input power.
120Vac and 240Vac
3.4.1
To access the terminal strips open the door of the instrument and then unscrew the
captive retaining screw near the upper right hand corner of the panel. Now swing
open the panel to reveal the terminal strip on the power supply circuit board and the
smaller terminal strip on the back of the main circuit board.
CAUTION:
The instrument operates from line voltage. This constitutes a
possible shock hazard. Ensure that line power is removed before attempting
connections. Note: A separate source of line power may have been
connected to the floating relay contacts.
3.4.2
The terminal strip on the power supply board at the back of the instrument is
labeled for line power, relay outputs and analog outputs. Connect the wiring in
accordance with this labeling. (Refer to Fig.1A)
Terminals 4 and 5 are wired directly to the input line voltage. These terminals can
be used to supply power to the relays. Use the common ground of Terminal 1as the
ground for the auxiliary devices. A separate source of power can also be used to
provide power to the relays. Ensure that the circuit breaker supplying the instrument
is able to supply enough current to the auxiliary devices, to ensure proper operation
of the instrument.
FIG.1A
CAUTION: Connecting the line voltage to incorrect terminals may cause serious damage.
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24Vdc
3.4.3 To access the terminal strips open the door of the instrument and then unscrew the
captive retaining screw near the upper right hand corner of the panel. Now swing
open the panel to reveal the terminal strip on the power supply circuit board and the
smaller terminal strip on the back of the main circuit board.
3.4.4
The terminal strip on the power supply board at the back of the instrument is
labeled for input power, relay outputs and analog outputs. Connect the wiring in
accordance with this labeling. (Refer to Fig.1B)
Fig.1B
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3.5 Sensor Connections
3.5.1
Jumpers J42 are used to select which type of probe is being used. If a differential
probe (P60) is used, ensure that both J42 jumpers are in the up position. If a
combinational probe is used, ensure that both jumpers are in the down position.
(Refer to Fig. 2)
3.5 Probe Connections: DIFFERENTIAL PROBE (P60 SERIES)
3.5.1
Model 2200P
Ensure that both J42 jumpers are in the up position, leaving the pins nearest to the
bottom exposed. Connect the 6 wires from the probe to the TB2 terminal strip on
the main circuit board. Match the colors of the probe wires to the terminals marked
on the circuit board. (Refer to Fig. 3)
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3.6 Sensor Connections; Combination Probe (P500K Series) With Temperature Compensation
3.6.1
a) Both J42 jumpers located on the swing-out board must be in the down position
leaving the pin nearest to the top exposed. (Refer to Fig. 4)
b) Connect the active electrode (ring terminal) to the terminal post on the swingout board and connect the shield to the SH terminal of the terminal strip TB2.
c) Connect the temperature sensor wires to YL and BK terminals of TB2
disregarding the colors.
3.7
Sensor Connections; Combination Probe (P500 Series) Without Temperature Compensation
3.6.1
a) Both J42 jumpers located on the swing-out board must be in the down position
leaving the pin nearest to the top exposed. (Refer to Fig. 5)
d) Connect the active electrode (ring terminal) to the terminal post on the swingout board and connect the shield to the SH terminal of the terminal strip TB2.
e) Connect a 300 ohm resistor to the YL and BL terminals on TB2.
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3.7 Combination Probe with Preamplifier
3.7.1
Model 2200P
If the analyzer is mounted in such a position that the 10 ft. cable on the
combinational probe cannot be directly connected to the 2200P. An AquaMetrix 101
Series preamplifier is required. The pre-amplifier converts the signal so that it can
be transmitted up to 3000 feet, the same as the differential (P60) probe. When the
pre-amplifier is used the controller must be configured, as if you were using a
differential (P60) probe. (Refer to FIG. 6)
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4.0
Description of Functions
4.1 Overview
4.1.1
The Model 2200P is a microprocessor operated pH analyzer designed for industrial
applications. It is compatible with a wide range of AquaMetrix pH probes and offers
several measurement ranges. The software in the unit makes the instrument very
easy to operate and maintain.
4.1.2
The outputs include voltage-free relay contacts and industry standard analog
transmission signals. Three programmable relays are provided for process control
and alarm. An LED indicates the status of each relay on the front panel. The
analog output signals transmit low power signals to peripherals such as data
recorders and PLCs.
4.1.3
The software is designed for ease of operation. It uses a simple menu with all items
indicated on the panel. The user interface consists of six buttons on the front panel.
The buttons are scanned and responded continuously. In addition, the software
performs an extensive system of checking values and parameters. All of the
operating parameters are stored in non-volatile memory, without the need of a
battery.
4.1.4
The Model 2200P operates like a normal analog converter with a number of
additional functions made possible by the microprocessor in the instrument.
Some of these are:
• Recall and easy adjustment of relay and output parameters
• Push button calibration
• Automatic Buffer recognition
• A HOLD function, which freezes, outputs when in menu mode
• Continuous checking of the probe during measurement
• Continuous self-check and watch-dog timer to ensure correct system operation
• Simulated input for testing
• Password protection of stored values
• Temperature Output
• Cycling feature for Control Relays A and B
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4.2 Calibration
4.2.1
All pH systems need to be calibrated when first placed in service and thereafter
from time to time. The frequency of calibration can only be found by the operator’s
experience with each process. Calibration must always be performed when a new
sensor is placed in service.
4.2.2
Calibration is accomplished by using buffer solutions, of known pH, and adjusting
the instrument to show the known pH value. Buffers are available in 500 mL bottles
and in 20 L packs from AquaMetrix. The procedure for performing calibration is
very simple and is given in Sections 5.2 and 5.3.
4.3 Temperature Compensation
4.3.1
Temperature compensation is an important component of pH measurement. The
potential of a pH electrode is approximately 59 mV per pH unit in a solution at 25°C.
However, at 100°C the potential is approximately 74 mV per pH unit. Provided you
are using a probe with temperature compensation, the 2200P will automatically
compensate for varying temperature, assuming there has been sufficient time for
the probe to attain the process temperature.
4.4 Relay Outputs
Model 2200P
4.4.1
Three SPDT (Single Pole Double Throw) relays are provided. The normally open
contacts, (NO), are open when no alarm or control is active.
4.4.2
The two control relays can be programmed to close on either rising or falling pH.
They are normally used to control a valve, pump or auxiliary device. They may be
set to close at any point on the scale. The Relay Off setpoint, sometimes termed
hysteresis, defines the point at which the relays open. See Sections 4.7, 5.5 – 5.10.
4.4.3
The third relay functions as a high-low alarm. It has two programmable setpoints
(high and low). The deadband is fixed at 2% of full span. The alarm relay can be
programmed to signal memory loss in the controller. See Sections 4.7, 5.11, and
5.12.
4.4.4
All relays can be programmed for "fail-safe" operation, which reverses the normal
operation of the relay. In fail safe mode the Normally Closed contact functions as
the Normally Open contact. In the event of power loss to the unit, the relay will deenergize and the device connected to the Normally closed contact will be turned on.
This option is selected with the DIP switches on the swing out board. See Section
4.7.
4.4.5
An option provides cycling for Relay A and Relay B to obtain closer process control.
When the process is between the relay on and relay off setpoints the relay will cycle
on and off, based on the cycle times selected by the user. This enables the process
to mix with the chemical being added and reduces overshooting. See Section 5.10.
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4.5 Analog Outputs
4.5.1
The analog output signals consist of a non-isolated 0-1 mA, 0-5 Vdc, and isolated 420 mA signals.
4.5.2
From the factory all of the analog outputs have a linear range corresponding to the
full range of the instrument. The outputs can be scaled to another linear range by
entering two values:
• Output High:
This is the pH value at which you wish to have 100% output.
• Output Low:
This is the pH value at which you wish to have 0% output.
4.5.3
When programming, you must ensure that the output range has a span of at least
10% of the full range of the instrument. For applications that require the output to
decrease as the process value increases, i.e. an inverted output, the Output High
value will be less than the Output Low. See Section 5.4.
4.5.4
The instrument may be used to monitor the temperature of the process, in either (C
or (F. The 2200P does not control temperature but the 0-5 Vdc and 0-1 mA analog
outputs can be dedicated to follow the process temperature. See Section 5.14.
4.6 Operation Menu
Model 2200P
4.6.1
The operation menu allows the user to recall and to adjust the parameters, required
by the analyzer functions.
4.6.2
When the analyzer is powered up, the program will display pH readings and the
STATUS indicator above the display will be green. None of the LEDs in the
operation menu will be illuminated.
4.6.3
Five buttons on the panel are used to operate the menu. Use the MENU button to
step through the items in the menu. The red LEDs beside each menu item makes it
very easy to follow the menu. The function of the RUN button is to return to the online pH display from anywhere in the menu. The analyzer has a built-in timer, which
returns the unit to the online mode if no button has been pressed for 10 minutes.
This time-out has the same effect as pressing the RUN button.
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4.6.4
When in the menu mode, the display initially shows the current value of the
parameters, such as the setpoint of the control relay, while putting all of the outputs
on hold. The two arrow buttons are used to adjust the display value up or down.
To accept the new value press ENTER twice. While the value on the display is
being changed, the relay outputs and the analog outputs remain on hold.
The items that appear in the operation menu are:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Password
Test
Calibration
Auto Calibration
Temperature
Status
Output High
Output Low
Relay A Cycle on time
Relay A Cycle off time
Relay B Cycle on time
Relay B Cycle off time
Relay A Relay On
Relay A Relay Off
Relay B Relay On
Relay B Relay Off
Alarm Relay High
Alarm Relay Low
4.7 DIP Switches
Model 2200P
4.7.1
The controls, which are frequently used in the normal operation of the instrument,
are all accessible through the operation menu. Some options, which are
infrequently used or set only once during installation, are located on the back of the
swing-out board in two banks of dip switches. Both banks (S1 and S2) are located
near the upper left corner of the board and consist of 8 switches each. (Refer to
Fig.1)
4.7.2
The DIP switches are scanned only on power-up and every time the instrument is
taken into the menu mode. Therefore, after changes to the DIP switch settings, you
must enter the menu by pressing MENU in order for the instrument to scan the new
switch settings.
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4.7.3 The following table describes the use of the 16 DIP switches:
Bank S1
Dip Switch Description
ON
1
Selects temperature unit
°C
2
Password Feature
Disabled
3
Fail-Safe mode for Relay A
Enabled
4
Direction of Control for Relay A
Falling
5
Alarm Relay to be activated for memory loss
Disabled
6
Fail-Safe mode for Alarm Relay
Enabled
7
Reserved
8
0-5V / 0-1mA Select
PH
Bank S2
Dip Switch
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Description
Fail-Safe mode for Relay B
Direction of Control for Relay B
Cycling Control for Relay A
Cycling Control for Relay B
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
ON
Enabled
Falling
Enabled
Enabled
OFF
°F
Enabled
Disabled
Rising
Enabled
Disabled
Temperature
OFF
Disabled
Rising
Disabled
Disabled
Note: Items in “BOLD” are the factory settings that the unit will be shipped with.
4.8 Output Hold
4.8.1
Output hold, is a function, which freezes all output signals at the last value to
prevent the occurrence of wild distortions during programming and maintenance.
4.8.2
When the Operations Menu is entered by pressing MENU, the relays and the
analog outputs are automatically placed on hold and remain on hold until the
instrument returns to on line. (unless you have used the arrow buttons while in
TEST) The output hold will remain for a maximum of 10 minutes after the last button
was pressed.
4.9 Parameter and Operation Checking
4.9.1
The instrument continuously checks all parameters in its memory, while measuring
the pH. When it detects an invalid value, it flashes a LEDs in the operation menu to
indicate which parameter is at fault. You must then access the operation menu to
take corrective actions.
4.10 Simulated Input for Testing
4.10.1 TEST is function that can be used to check the setup of the 2200P. When in the test
mode the display will show a value between 0.00 and 14.00. The arrow keys are
used to change the display. The relays and analog outputs will react to the changes
of the display as if it were monitoring the pH. This feature enables the user to verify
that the controller has been configured correctly, and that it will correctly react to the
process. Of course, the relays and outputs are no longer on hold once the arrow
buttons are used in TEST mode.
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4.11 Manual Override for Control Relay A
4.11.1 The AUTO/OFF/ON button is used to set the operating mode of Relay A. This
useful feature allows the operator to check the operation of the device controlled by
the relay. On power up the control relay always returns to the AUTO setting. Be
sure to return to AUTO after completing your test if you wish to work automatically.
4.12 Utility Menu
4.12.1 The Utility Menu is provided to enable authorized personnel to change the range,
calibrate the temperature, range, and to fine tune the analog outputs. See Section
7.0.
4.13 Watchdog Timer and Self Diagnostics
4.13.1 The 2200P continuously monitors the condition of all key components of the
measuring system to ensure that the measurements are reliable. Invalid entries and
memory loss are indicated on the panel. See Section 8.0.
4.14 Cycle Feature
4.14.1 With this feature the output of Relay A and/or Relay B can be cycled. The ON time
and the OFF time are independently adjustable. This feature can help eliminate the
problem of overshooting. Saving expensive chemicals.
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5.0
START-UP AND OPERATION
5.1 Password
5.1.1
To enter the menu press MENU and the PASSWORD LED will illuminate. If the dip
switch has disabled the password feature, TEST will be the first menu item
illuminated when the MENU button is pressed. With each press of MENU button
you will step through the menu. When the last item, ALARM LOW is reached the
menu wraps around to TEST. If you have enabled PASSWORD by placing DIP
Switch No. 2 of Bank S1 in the off position you must enter the password “6” when
PASSWORD is indicated, if you wish to change any stored value. If the password
is enabled and you do not enter the correct password. All the items in the menu will
be read only.
5.2 Calibration
5.2.1
All pH systems must be calibrated when first installed, and re-calibrated each time
that a new probe is installed. Calibration should be performed regularly to ensure
optimal performance. The frequency of calibration can only be found through the
operator’s experience, as all processes will vary.
The 2200P can be calibrated in “manual calibration mode” or in “auto calibration
mode”. In the manual calibration mode the user must use the arrow keys to make
the display read the pH of the buffer solution. In the auto calibration mode, the
controller will recognize the standard pH buffers of 4, 7 and 10pH. In auto
calibration mode there is no need to use the arrow keys to correct the display.
Manual calibration is explained in this section, Auto calibration is explained in
Sec.5.3.
5.2.2
To calibrate the instrument in “manual calibration mode” you will need:
• two buffer solutions of known pH
• a beaker of clean water
Commonly used buffers have values of 4 pH, 7pH, and 10 pH. All are available
from AquaMetrix. If you are generally operating above 7 pH, it is recommended
that buffers of 7 pH, and 10 pH are used. If you are generally operating below 7 pH,
it is recommended that buffers of 7 pH, and 4 pH are used. If you are operating
throughout the 0-14 pH range, use buffers of 4 pH and 10 pH. You may also use
any other solutions of known pH value. When calibrating use the buffer closest to
7 pH as your first value, and the other as the second. If you are calibrating with
4 pH, and 10 pH, use 4 pH as the first and 10 pH as the second.
To calibrate the 2200P in Manual Calibration Mode proceed as follows:
a) Enter the menu by pressing MENU. Proceed by pressing MENU until the
CALIBRATION LED illuminates.
b) Remove the protective cap from the probe, rinse it in clean water, and place it
in the first buffer solution. The display will change as the controller measures
the pH and the temperature of the buffer solution. The display may flash which
indicates that the instrument is receiving an unstable signal from the probe. The
display will come to a rest and should display a value close to the buffer
solution. If the value on the display is greatly different from the value of the
buffer solution, this indicates that the current calibration is not very close to the
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actual value, or the buffer solution is contaminated. If you are confident in your
buffer solution proceed by using the arrow keys to correct the display to read
the actual value of the buffer. Press ENTER. The display will flash until
ENTER is pressed again to confirm the value.
c) Rinse the probe in the clean water, and place it in the second buffer solution.
Repeat the same process as above to accept the second value.
d) The system is now calibrated. Press RUN to place the instrument on line or
use the MENU key to proceed to other menu items.
5.3 Auto Calibration
The AUTO CAL method of calibration is faster and even easier than the
CALIBRATION method but can only be used if the calibration solutions are two of
the three standard buffers, 4 pH, 7 pH, and 10 pH.
5.3.1
The 2200P will only recognize the buffers if the previous calibration is within 1 pH of
calibration. If sufficient time has been allowed to enable the probe to stabilize but
the display is blank, go back to CALIBRATION and proceed as in Section 5.2.0
To calibrate the instrument in “auto calibration mode” you will need:
• two buffer solutions of either 4 pH, 7 pH or 10 pH
• a beaker of clean water
If you are generally operating above 7 pH, it is recommended that buffers of 7 pH,
and 10 pH are used. If you are generally operating below 7 pH, it is recommended
that buffers of 7 pH, and 4 pH are used. If you are operating throughout the
0-14 pH range, use buffers of 4 pH and 10 pH. When calibrating use 7pH as your
first value, and the other as the second. If you are calibrating with 4 pH, and 10 pH,
use 4 pH as the first and 10 pH as the second.
a) Enter the menu by pressing MENU. Proceed by pressing MENU until the AUTO
CALIBRATION LED illuminates.
b) Remove the protective cap from the probe, rinse it in clean water, and place it
in the first buffer solution. The 2200P will automatically recognize the buffer and
display the value. The display may flash which indicates that the instrument is
receiving an unstable signal from the probe. When the display is steady, Press
ENTER. The display will flash until ENTER is pressed again to confirm the
value.
c) Rinse the probe in the clean water, and place it in the second buffer solution.
Again the instrument will recognize the buffer and will show the value on the
display. When the display is steady, Press ENTER. The display will flash until
ENTER is pressed again to confirm the value.
d) The system is now calibrated. Press RUN to place the instrument on line or
use the MENU button to proceed to other menu items
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5.4 Analog Output Range Expand
5.4.1
To increase the resolution of the analog outputs, the range may spread over any
section of the scale. as long as is spans at least 10% of full scale. The best way to
describe this setup is by example. Suppose you wish the outputs to span from 4 pH
to 10 pH. Proceed as follows:
a) Enter the menu by pressing MENU until the OUTPUT HIGH LED is illuminated.
Use the arrows keys to make the display read 10.00. Press ENTER. The
display will flash until ENTER is pressed again to confirm the value.
b) Press MENU and the OUTPUT LOW LED will illuminate. Use the arrow keys to
make the display read 4.00. Press ENTER. The display will flash until ENTER
is pressed again to confirm the value.
c) The analog outputs will now be at 0% when the pH is 4, and will increase to
100% when the pH of the solution is 10.
d) Press RUN to place the instrument on line, or press MENU for another menu
selection.
NOTE: A range expand of less than 10% of full scale is an invalid entry which will
be indicated by the LED flashing when you return to RUN. To correct,
return to the menu and correct the output settings. If an inverted output is
required program output low higher than output high. This will cause the 420mA output to decrease as the process increases.
5.5 Control Relay A Relay On
5.5.1
The Control Relays are configured by programming the Relay On and Relay Off
Setpoins.
As shipped from the factory, Control Relay A, is configured to control decreasing
pH. However, you may change the direction of the relay by changing the position of
the DIP switch. (Refer to Section 4.7)
5.5.2
The relay on setpoint may be set at any point on the scale.
To program the setpoint. Proceed as follows:
a) Enter the menu by pressing MENU, proceed by pressing MENU until the
RELAY A Re\ELAY ON LED is illuminated. Now use the arrow keys to make
the display read the desired value. Press ENTER. The display will flash until
ENTER is pressed again to confirm the value.
b) Press RUN, to place the instrument on line, or press MENU for another menu
selection.
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5.6 Control Relay A Relay Off Setpoint
5.6.1
If you have configured the relay to control decreasing pH, the relay off setpoint will
be higher than the relay on setpoint. i.e. the auxiliary device connected to the relay
will increase the pH. If you have configured the instrument to control increasing pH,
the relay off setpoint will be lower than the relay on setpoint. i.e. the auxiliary device
connected to the relay will decrease the pH.
a) Enter the menu by pressing MENU, proceed by pressing MENU until the
RELAY A RELAY OFF LED is illuminated. Now use the arrow keys to make the
display read the desired value. Press ENTER. The display will flash until
ENTER is pressed again to confirm the value.
b) Press RUN, to place the instrument on line, or press MENU for another menu
selection.
5.7 Control Relay B Relay On / Off Setpoints
5.7.1
Control Relay B is configured the same as Relay A. (Refer to Sec. 5.5 / 5.6) As
shipped from the factory, Control Relay B is configured to control increasing pH.
However, you may change the direction of control by changing the position of the
DIP switch. (Refer to Section 4.7)
NOTE: A deadband setting on the wrong side of the setpoint is an invalid entry which will
be indicated by the LED flashing when you return to RUN. To correct, return to the
menu and change the relay setpoints or, if the direction of control is the problem,
change the position of the relevant DIP switch. See 4.7 and 5.6.
5.8 Bi-directional Control
5.9.1
The two control relays can be used for bi-directional control, best explained by an
example. In this example the pH must be maintained between 6.00 and 8.00. One
possible configuration would be as follows:
Control Relay A
• Connect Caustic Pump to NO and COM of Relay A
• Set to Control Decreasing pH Dip Switch #4 Bank S1 “On Position”
• Set Control Relay A Relay On Setpoint at 6.00 pH
• Set Control Relay A Relay Off Setpoint at 6.50 pH
Control Relay B
• Connect Acid Pump to NO and COM of Relay B
• Set to Control Decreasing pH Dip Switch #2 Bank S2 “Off Position”
• Set Control Relay B Relay On Setpoint at 8.00 pH
• Set Control Relay B Relay Off Setpoint at 7.50 pH
With the above configuration Relay A will control the addition of caustic. The caustic
pump will turn on if the pH falls to 6.00 pH and will stay on until the pH rises above
6.50. Relay B will control the acid pump. The acid pump will turn on if the pH rises
to 8.00 pH and will stay on until the pH falls to 7.50. Therefore the pH will always
remain between 6.00 pH and 8.00pH
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5.9 Cycle Feature for Relays A and B
5.10.1 The 2200P has a cycling feature for the control relays. This feature if enabled will
cause the relays to cycle based on the on and off times selected. This useful
feature can help eliminate overshooting, saving expensive chemicals.
a) If you wish to have cycling control for Relay A, you must put DIP switch NO. 3
of Bank S2 in “ON” position. Similarly, if you wish to have cycling control for
Relay B, put DIP switch No. 4 of Bank S2 in “ON” position (See Section 4.7). If
either of these two switches is in “OFF” position, the corresponding Relay will
act in a simple ON-OFF manner.
b) The following example describes how to enter the ON and OFF times for Relay
A cycling control.
i)
Enter the menu by pressing MENU, proceed by pressing MENU until
the CYCLE A LED illuminates.
ii)
With the arrow buttons make the display read the number of seconds
(maximum 600) you wish the relay to be activated. Example 30. Press
ENTER. The display will flash until ENTER is pressed again to confirm
entry.
iii) Press MENU. The LED will flash. Now make the display read the
number of seconds (maximum 600) you wish the relay to be
deactivated. Example 60. Press ENTER. Press ENTER again as
above.
iv) With this configuration when the process reaches the Relay A Relay On
Setpoint the relay will cycle continuously 30 seconds activated, 60
seconds deactivated until the Relay Off Setpoint is passed.
NOTE: As shipped from the factory the OFF time is set at 10 seconds and the
ON time is set at 5 seconds.
x) If desired, program Relay B cycling as above, but using the cycle B
menu item.
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5.10 Alarm High
5.11.1 The instrument is fitted with a relay, which is set to activate on both high and low
alarm conditions. The deadband is factory set. To set the ALARM HIGH proceed
as follows.
a) Press MENU to enter the menu, proceed by pressing MENU until the ALARM
HIGH LED is illuminated. Use the arrow keys make the display read the desired
value. Press ENTER. The display will flash until ENTER is pressed again to
confirm the value.
b) Press RUN to place the instrument on line, or press MENU, for another menu
selection.
5.11 Alarm Low
5.12.1 To set the ALARM LOW proceed as follows:
a) Press MENU to enter the menu, proceed by pressing MENU until the ALARM
LOW LED is illuminated. With the arrows make the display read the desired
value. Press ENTER. The display will flash until ENTER is pressed again to
confirm entry.
b) Press RUN to place the instrument on line, or press MENU, for another menu
selection.
NOTE: A low alarm point higher than the high alarm point is an invalid entry, which
is indicated by the LED flashing when you return to RUN. To correct, return
to the menu and reset the alarm points.
5.12 Test
5.13.1 To check the setup of the 2200P, the TEST feature can be used. The test feature
will allow the user to use the arrow keys to change the display. By changing the
display value the analog outputs and relay outputs will react, as if the process was
actually changing. This feature enables the user to simulate the process and test is
the auxiliary devices connected to the relays are functioning properly.
5.13.2 To use the TEST feature proceed as follows:
Model 2200P
a)
To enter the menu press MENU, the TEST LED will be illuminated. Use the
arrow keys to change the display. The outputs will react to the changes in
the display, as if the unit was online and the process was actually changing.
b)
Press RUN to place the instrument on line, or press MENU, for another
menu selection.
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5.13 Temperature
5.14.1 The temperature of the process can be read at any time by entering the menu and
scrolling through the menu until TEMPERATURE LED is illuminated. Either °C or
°F will be indicated depending on the position of DIP switch No.1 of Bank S1. If the
temperature is suspected of being incorrect, place the S41 switch on the back of the
main circuit board, in the up position, (this places a 300 ohm across the BL and YL
terminals) the temperature should read 25°C or 77°F. If not return S41 to down
position and re-calibrate the temperature as per Section 7.4.
5.14.2 The 0-5 Vdc and 0-1 mA analog outputs can be selected to track the process
temperature by simply placing DIP switch No. 8 of Bank S1. in the OFF position.
The temperature span of the output is set to the utility menu. See Section 7.4.
5.14 Status
5.15.1 The 2200P continuously checks the integrity of all stored data and monitors the
condition of the measuring system. If a fault is detected, the STATUS LED above
the display will change from green to red. When this occurs, enter the menu and
scroll through the menu until the STATUS LED illuminates. The display will show a
numerical code to assist you, in correcting the problem.
The following table shows the display codes, causes and remedies:
CODE
0
1
2
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Normal Condition
Reserved
Temperature Sensor off Scale
3
PH reading off Scale
4*
Memory Loss
5
6
Reserved
Calibration out of limit
7
Factory settings in force as a result
of the “Factory Reset Procedure”
PH calibration not correct, or not
performed
8
SUGGESTED REMEDY
No action required
Check for open or short
connections of temperature sensor
input (Terminals BK & YL on TB2)
Verify process. Check for open or
short connections
Call your AquaMetrix Rep. Or
AquaMetrix directly
Check scale setting (See range
change in Utility Menu)
Re-calibrate (See Sec. 5.2 & 5.3)
NOTE: Code 4 could be serious failures so the alarm relay will activate, in addition to the status
LED changing to red, if programmed by the position of DIP switch No. 5 of Bank S1. See
Section 4.7.
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6.0
OPERATING HINTS
6.1 Probe Care
6.1.1
Keep the probe clean using the procedure recommended in the probe manual.
Although the differential probe will continue to operate when fouled, excessive
fouling may cause incorrect readings or very slow response.
6.1.2
Be sure the probe cable is well protected. The probe cable should be run in conduit
but never in the same conduit with line power. Sufficient excess cable should be
allowed for removal of the probe for cleaning and calibrating.
6.1.3
If the system can no longer be calibrated, that is, if you cannot make the instrument
read the high or low buffer value, then the probe may need to be replaced.
6.2 Calibration
6.2.1
The calibration procedures outlined in Sections 5.2 and 5.3 are recommended.
However, it is possible to calibrate with one point only or to any known value if you
prefer but only if a successful 2 point calibration with 2 buffers has been performed
previously.
6.2.2
The system will only be as accurate as your calibration technique. When first
installed frequent calibration is recommended. After a while you will become
familiar with how frequently you need to calibrate your particular system.
6.2.3
Use only fresh buffers. A contaminated buffer will result in faulty calibration and
therefore incorrect readings. Buffer solutions are available from AquaMetrix.
6.3 Ground Loop Errors
6.3.1
If there is a conductive pathway from the sensor connections to earth, ground loop
errors will occur. To avoid this condition keep all terminal connections in the
instrument and in a junction box or a preamplifier dry and free of corrosion.
6.4 Reset
6.4.1
The instrument can be reset without losing calibration or any of the stored values by
pressing and releasing the S9 reset button (located at the bottom of the board near
the center) This action is equivalent to turning the power off and on.
6.5 Output Hold
6.5.1
It may be useful during some system maintenance procedures to place the relay
and analog outputs on hold. To accomplish this simply press CALL. To return to
on line operation press RUN. (If the instrument is in TEST the outputs will not be in
HOLD if the arrow buttons are touched.)
NOTE: To safeguard against the operator forgetting to press RUN the instrument
will automatically go back on line ten minutes after the last button was
pressed provided this feature has been enabled by placing DIP switch No.7
of Bank S1 in the ON position.
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7.0
UTILITY MENU
7.1 Utility Menu Functions
7.1.1
The Utility Menu enables authorized personnel to perform the following:
•
•
•
•
•
Change the range
Calibrate the temperature
Adjust the temperature output range
Fine tuning the 0-1 mA/ 0-5 Vdc output
Fine tuning the 4-20 mA output
7.2 Access to Utility Menu
7.2.1
The Utility Menu is protected by password. To access the Utility Menu press and
hold both RUN and ENTER for five seconds until the PASSWORD LED illuminates.
The green STATUS light will flash. Now with the arrow keys make the display read
the password, 7. Press ENTER.
7.2.2
The Utility Menu is entirely separate from the Operation Menu but uses the same
menu LED’s. Press MENU to step through the menu items.
Below is the cross-reference between menu items:
Operation Menu
Calibration
Temperature
Output High
Output Low
Relay A Relay On
Relay A Relay Off
Alarm High
Alarm Low
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Utility Menu
Range Change
Temperature Calibration
Temperature Output 100% (5Vdc)
Temperature Output 0% (0Vdc)
0-1mA / 0-5Vdc Adjust low
0-1mA / 0-5Vdc Adjust high
4-20 mA Output Adjust Low
4-20 mA Output Adjust High
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7.3 Range Change
7.3.1
The following ranges are offered for the 2200P:
•
•
•
•
7.3.2
0 to 14 pH
2 to 12 pH
0 to 10 pH
4 to 10 pH
You may change the range of your instrument by making adjustments to the circuit
board on the swing-out panel. The analog output limits will change automatically
when you change the range. You may also wish to adjust the range expand at this
time. See Section 5.4. To change the range proceed as follows:
a) Enter the Utility menu as described in 7.2.1.
b) Press MENU until the CALIBRATION LED illuminates which is “Range Change”
in the Utility Menu. See table in 7.2.2.
c) Rinse the probe then place it in a 7 pH buffer. Adjust potentiometer R52 (zero)
[see diagram] to make the display read the value shown in the table below for
the range you have selected.
d) Rinse the probe and place it in either 4 pH buffer or 10 pH buffer. Adjust
potentiometer R53 (span) [see diagram] to make the display read the value
shown in the table below for the buffer and range you have selected.
e) Press RUN to return to on line or press MENU to proceed to another item in the
Utility Menu.
Display reading with probe in buffer:
Range
7 pH
4 pH
10 pH
0 to 14 pH
2 to 12 pH
0 to 10 pH
4 to 10 pH
2.5
2.5
3.5
2.5
1.43
1.0
-0.0
3.57
4.0
5.0
5.0
f)
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After returning to on-line, recalibrate as described in Section 5.2.
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7.4 Temperature Calibration
7.4.1
The temperature channel was calibrated at the factory. It is a single point
calibration at 25°C. If needed, this calibration can be repeated as follows:
a) Disconnect the temperature sensor wires from terminals BK and YL on TB2.
b) Enter the Utility Menu, as described in 7.2.1.
c) Press MENU until the TEMPERATURE LED illuminates which is “Temperature
calibration” in the Utility Menu.
d) Place slide switch S41 in the ‘up’ (TEST) position.
e) Adjust the display to read 25.0°C. Press ENTER. The display will flash until
ENTER is pressed again to confirm entry.
f)
Return switch S41 to the down (ON LINE) position.
g) Press RUN to go on line, or MENU to proceed to another Utility Menu item.
7.5 Temperature Output
7.5.1
The 0-5 Vdc and 0-1 mA outputs jointly may be programmed to track the
temperature of the process. From the factory the outputs have a linear range
corresponding to 0 to 100°C (32 to 212°F). Suppose you wish the output to span
10 to 45°C. Proceed as follows:
a) Enter the Utility Menu as described in 7.2.1.
b) Press MENU until the OUTPUT HIGH LED illuminates, which is “Temperature
output, 100% point” in the Utility Menu (See table in 7.2.2). Use the arrow keys
to make the display read 45.0. Press ENTER. The display will flash until
ENTER is pressed again to confirm entry.
c) Press CALL and the OUTPUT LOW LED will illuminate, which is “Temperature
output, 0% point” in the Utility Menu (See table in 7.2.2). Use the arrow keys to
show 10.0 on the display. Press ENTER twice as above.
d) Press RUN to return on line or press MENU to proceed to another item in the
Utility Menu
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7.6 Adjust 0-1 mA / 0-5 Vdc Output
7.6.1
It may be desirable to fine tune the 0-1 mA / 0-5 Vdc output to take into account the
characteristics of your particular loop. The following method involves a high and
low calibration and requires the use of a digital multi-meter. (DMM). Proceed as
follows ignoring the instrument display:
a) Turn off the power to the instrument. Connect your DMM in parallel with the 0-5
Vdc output terminals on the power supply board.
b) Turn on the power. Enter the Utility Menu as described in 7.2.1.
c) Press MENU until the RELAY A RELAY ON LED illuminates, which is "0-1 mA/
0-5 Vdc output adjust, low" in the Utility Menu (See table in 7.2.2). Use the
arrow keys to make your DMM read 1.25V. Press ENTER twice to confirm.
d) Press MENU and the RELAY A RELAY OFF LED will illuminate, which is "0-1
mA / 0-5 Vdc Output adjust, high" in the Utility Menu (See table in 7.2.2.) Use
the arrow keys to make your DMM read 3.75V. Press ENTER twice to confirm.
e) Press RUN to return to on line or press MENU to proceed to another item in the
Utility Menu.
7.7 Adjust 4-20 mA Output
7.7.1
It may be desirable to fine tune the 4-20 mA isolated output to take into account the
characteristics of your particular loop. Before deciding that the adjustment is
necessary, be aware of the "Output High" and "Output Low" settings you may have
programmed as described in Section 5.4. The following method involves a high and
low calibration and requires the use of a Digital Multi-meter (DMM). Proceed as
follows ignoring the instrument display.
a) Turn off the power to the instrument. Connect your DMM in series with the 4-20
mA output terminals on the power supply board.
b) Turn on the power. Enter the Utility Menu as described in 7.2.1.
c) Press MENU until the ALARM HIGH LED illuminates, which is "4-20 mA Output
adjust, low" in the Utility Menu (See table in 7.2.2.) Now use the arrow keys to
make your DMM read 8 mA. Press ENTER twice to confirm.
d) Press MENU and the ALARM LOW LED illuminates, which is "4-20 mA Output
adjust, high" in the Utility Menu (See table in 7.2.2). Now use the arrow keys to
make your DMM read 16 mA. Press ENTER twice to confirm.
e) Press RUN to return to on line or press MENU to proceed to another item in the
Utility Menu.
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8.0
DIAGNOSTICS
8.1 Description
8.1.1
The 2200P has diagnostic features which alerts the operator to invalid entries and
memory loss. Invalid entries are indicated by the flashing of the appropriate menu
LED. The flashing will commence after RUN is pressed and will continue until the
errors are corrected. Memory loss is indicated by the flashing of TEST and by the
alarm relay if enabled by DIP Switch No. 5 of Bank S1. See Section 4.7.3.
8.2 Invalid Calibration
4.8.3
Invalid calibration will be indicated in the following instances:
• When the difference between the two calibration buffers is less than 10% of the
measuring scale span. To correct, enter the menu and calibrate with more
appropriate buffers. See Section 5.2.
• When the input is out of range. This could occur if you had attempted to calibrate
with a buffer, which was outside the range of the instrument.
8.3 Invalid Output
8.3.1
Invalid output will be indicated if the expanded range is less than 10% of full scale.
To correct, refer to Section 5.4.
8.4 Invalid Alarm Points
8.4.1
Invalid Alarm will be indicated if the Low Alarm is set higher than the High Alarm.
To correct, refer to Section 5.10 and 5.11.
8.5 Invalid Setpoint
8.5.1
Model 2200P
The relay off setting must be lower than the relay on if you are controlling rising pH,
and higher than the relay on if you are controlling falling pH. If you have not made
these settings correctly, invalid entry will be indicated by a flashing LED. To
correct, refer to Section 5.5 and 5.8.
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9.0
TROUBLESHOOTING AND SERVICE
9.1
Calibration / Display Problem
9.1.1
If the problem is one of inability to calibrate or the display does not appear to match
the input, try the RESET feature. See Section 6.4. In rare cases, the ESCAPE
feature might be used. See Section 9.3.
9.2 Isolate the cause
9.2.1
When a measurement problem occurs, the first step is to try to isolate the cause. If
the 2200P is powered, go through the menu and check your settings. A convenient
way to do this is to call TEST. See Section 5.12
9.2.2
If your 2200P appears dead or intermittent, check the breaker, make sure that the
instrument is set up for the available line voltage and make sure the line voltage is
actually available at the terminals. Now measure that sufficient voltage is available
at all times; it should be 98 Vac to 132 Vac or 187 Vac to 243 Vac respectively.
Shut line power off, making sure it is off. CAUTION: Power to the relays may be
supplied from a separate source, shut it off too. Check and if necessary replace the
internal 0.25A fuse. Push the connector of the ribbon cable firmly into its socket. If
these steps do not solve the problem it may be necessary to replace the power
supply board. See Section 9.4 below.
9.2.3
Should your process control element e.g. pump, valve or alarm not be activating,
check that the correct power is supplied to the "floating” relay contacts, jumped over
from the line voltage terminals or perhaps from a separate breaker or DC supply.
Use the TEST menu feature to simulate the input values to observe the switching
points.
Check that your process control elements can function independently of the 2200P.
Next check with a test light or an Ohmmeter (power off to the relay contacts, wires
to the control elements disconnected) that the contacts of the respective relay are
making contact when actuated. If a relay is malfunctioning, it may be necessary to
change it. See Section 9.5.
9.2.4
Model 2200P
If the process value seems wrong, clean the probe as described in the probe
manual. Inspect the probe, wire and interconnections. Open the inner door and
ensure that the two jumpers J42 are in the correct position for the probe used and
the probe wires are correctly and firmly connected. See Sections 3.5 and 3.6. Now
place the probe into a 7 pH buffer. Rinse, and place it into a 10 pH or 4 pH buffer
while observing the panel meter. If the values are close, re-calibrate and resume
operation. Should there be a major discrepancy, bring the probe and buffers to the
2200P, connect directly to the 2200P and repeat the procedure. If that does not
solve the problem, replace the probe.
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9.2.5
To find out whether the problem is in the sensor, or in the analyzer, use the selftesting features. Do not disconnect the sensor. Proceed as follows:
a) Move the slide switch S40, if you are using an AquaMetrix differential probe
(P60 series), or S41 if you are using a conventional probe (P500 series), from
position “ON LINE” to position “TEST”. Turn the pH simulation potentiometer
R65 from end to end. The display should change between 0.00 and 14.00 pH.
If this is the case, the analyzer is in order, and the problem is in the sensor.
Otherwise the problem is in the analyzer.
b) To check the temperature channel move the slide switch S41 from position “ON
LINE” to position TEST. Go to the TEMPERATURE Menu item. The display
should be 25.0°C ± 0.1°C, in which case the analyzer is in order and the
problem is in the sensor. Otherwise the problem is in the analyzer.
For normal operation both slide switches S40 and S41 must be in
“ON LINE” position.
9.3 “Escape” Procedure
9.3.1
If the instrument appears to be "DEAD", for example not responding to the buttons,
or not performing on line measurement and control, always try the reset feature
first, as described in 6.4.1.
9.3.2
a) The "ESCAPE" procedure is to be used normally at the factory only, when the
unit is powered with a new MCU. As a result, the internal non-volatile memory
(EEPROM) is "FORMATTED" and the factory values are loaded into it.
b) The "ESCAPE" procedure is to be used if a unit is serviced for a new MCU
insertion, in case where the MCU was not calibrated at AquaMetrix, or in case
of a memory loss problem, when so advised by AquaMetrix service support.
9.3.3
Before performing the "ESCAPE" procedure it is important to know that this
procedure provides the option to erase all programmed values and replace them
with the factory set default values. This is true for the control relay on and relay off
setpoints, the alarm settings and the analog outputs scaling. Also, the temperature
and the pH calibration points will be set to their initial values. This means, that the
temperature and the pH calibration must be performed after an “ESCAPE”
procedure. After that, all the control, alarm and scaling parameters mentioned
above must be set to the user values.
9.3.4
To perform the ""ESCAPE"" proceed as follows.
a) Turn off the power.
b) Press and hold the RUN button for about 3 seconds, while turning on t he
power. The STATUS LED will turn red and status code 7 will be obtained to
show that the "ESCAPE" procedure was just performed.
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9.3.5
After the "ESCAPE" procedure it is necessary to do the following:
a) Calibrate the temperature as described in Section 7.4.
b) Tune the analog outputs and the temperature output span to suit your particular
application and loop. See Sections 7.5, 7.6 and 7.7.
c)
Leave the Utility Menu by pressing RUN.
d) Calibrate the pH, as described in Section 5.2.
e) Set up the user values for:
•
•
•
•
•
f)
Output High and Low – See Section 5.4
Control Relay A – See Sections 5.5 and 5.6
Control Relay B – See Sections 5.7 and 5.8
Alarm Relay – See Sections 5.10 and 5.11
The cycling parameters if so equipped – See Section 5.14
After all the above operations are performed the STATUS will turn green and
status 0 should be obtained.
g) Bring the unit on-line for measurement and control by pressing RUN.
h) The unit may be tested now, using the TEST menu item (see Section 5.12), or
the built-in self-testing feature (see Section 9.2.5).
9.4 Printed Circuit Board Replacement
9.4.1
a) To replace printed circuit boards or relays shut off all power to the 2200P,
including any independent power to the relay contacts. Make a record of the
external wiring, then disconnect the wires. Unplug the ribbon cable connector.
b) The power supply circuit board is fastened to the back of the enclosure by four
screws, remove the screws and the board is free. Reverse the procedure to
mount a replacement board.
c) The microprocessor circuit board is located on the swing-out assembly behind
the door. Swing the assembly out, lift it up to unseat the lower hinge pin (the
upper hinge pin is spring loaded.) The assembly is now free. The circuit board
is fastened to the front panel by five screws. Remove the screws to release the
circuit board.
9.5 Customer Service
9.6.1
If a problem has not been resolved with the above procedures, a telephone
consultation with your AquaMetrix representative, or directly with AquaMetrix will
provide the answer.
AquaMetrix Inc.
22-121 Granton Drive
Richmond Hill, Ontario
L4B 3N4
Canada
Model 2200P
Tel:
(800) 742-1413
(905) 763-8432
Fax: (905) 763-9480
Email: support@aquametrix.com
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9.7 Parts and Accessories
9.7.1
The major parts are listed below. When ordering parts please use the complete
part number.
Description
Part #
500 mL pH 4 Buffer Solution
500 mL pH 7 Buffer Solution
500 mL pH 10 Buffer Solution
Fuse, 0.25A Quantity of 5
2200 Power Supply Circuit Board Assembly
120 Vac
2200 Power Supply Circuit Board Assembly
240 Vac
2200P Main Circuit Board Assembly
(includes front panel and hinges)
A35-13
A35-14
A35-24
A35-72
C13-103A
C13-103B
C13-2200P
9.8 Instrument Return
9.8.1
Model 2200P
If you are returning the instrument for service, please call an obtain an “Return
Material Authorization” (RMA) number. The box must be clearly marked with the
RMA number. Be sure to pack the instruments adequately because AquaMetrix will
not be responsible for shipping damage. For safety reasons, AquaMetrix cannot
accept instruments and sensors for repair that have not been thoroughly cleaned of
process materials.
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STATEMENTS OF CONFORMITY FROM THE MANUFACTURER
U.S.A.
Canada
WARNING: This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions manual, may
cause interference to radio communications. It has
been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class A computing device pursuant to Subpart J of Part
15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide
reasonable protection against such interference when
operated in a commercial environment.
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A
limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus
set out in the radio interference regulations of the
Canadian Department of Communications.
Model 2200P
Le pres é nt appareil numé rique n’é met pas de bruits
radioélectriques dé passant les limites applicables aux
appareils numériques de la classe A prescrites dans le
Réglement sur le brouillage radioélectrique é dicté par
le ministére des Communications du Canada.
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