MT500A SERIES DEHYDRATOR USER MANUAL

MT500A SERIES
DEHYDRATOR
USER MANUAL
Bulletin AE01B-A0529-001
Rev: Date 17 July 06
MT500A SERIES DEHYDRATOR USER MANUAL
SECTION 1
General Information
Introduction
Description
Theory of operation
Alarms
Specifications
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3
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SECTION 2
Installation
Unpacking and Inspection
Controls and Displays
Installing the Dehydrator
Power Connections
Connecting Alarms Output
Connecting Dehydrator to the Transmission Line
Purging the Transmission Line
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SECTION 3
Maintenance
Maintenance
Preventive Maintenance
Dehydrator Filter Element Replacement
Annual Inspection
Parts Replacement and Dehydrator Overhaul
Service Restoration Recommendation
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SECTION 4
Troubleshooting
Problem/Solution Table
Schematic Diagram with All Option -81315
Without Alarm Schematic Diagram -81015
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SECTION 5
Replacement Parts
Overhaul Kit
Element Replacement
Filter Bowls
Filter Bowls and Dryer Tube Replacement
Solenoid Replacement
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SECTION 6
Customer Service
Introduction
In Case of Trouble
Initial Step
Return Goods Instruction
Repair Center Process
Loaner Units
Warranty
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General Information
Section 1
1.1
Introduction
This manual contains the information you need
to install, operate and maintain your MT500A
Series DryLine® dehydrator. Please take the
time to read this manual before attempting to
operate or service the unit.
1.2
Description
MT500A Series dehydrators provide dry air for
pressurizing medium (up to 120 cubic feet, or
2830 liters, in volume) antenna and transmission
line systems. The dehydrators produce -50ºF
(-45ºC) dew point dry air at nominal rate of
0.5 standard cubic feet (14 liters) per minute
(SCFM).
Each dehydrator consists of an electrically
driven air compressor, a membrane dryer
assembly, an automatic transmission line
pressure sensing system, and alarm outputs
housed in a rigid metal chassis. It is designed to
mount directly to the rack, directly on a wall, or
as a free-standing unit. The front panel features
a control interface with display for alarms
and pressure. For easy serviceability, power
connections, alarm output connections, and all
filter elements are accessible from the outside or
through easy-to-access service panels.
The MT500A maintains transmission line
pressures from 2.0 to 5.0 psig (14-34 kPa). It
is intended for standard microwave antenna
applications and any other transmission line
pressurization requirement that supports a
medium pressure limit.
1.3
Theory of operation
The MT500A series of DryLine® dehydrators,
while similar in moisture removal technology,
operates differently than some of the DryLine®
series of dehydrators. In order to maintain a
positive constant level of pressure to medium air
volume systems, and to maintain an acceptable
dryness level in the product air stream, a
downstream pressure sensor is utilized for
controlling the operation of the unit. This
feedback controlled sensor prompts the unit to
engage at 2.0 psig and shut down at 5.0 psig. In
addition to monitoring the downstream flow, the
system is also set up to utilize the downstream
flow to provide the dry air for the feedback loop.
The feedback loop is necessary to maintain
the dryness of the membrane cartridge and will
consume a small percentage of the air supplied
by the dehydrator.
During normal operation, the bleed air in
the feedback loop will cause the pressure to
slowly drop in the downstream air flow, and the
MT500A compressor will cycle automatically. These cycles will take place regardless of the
system volume or condition of the transmission
line the dehydrator is connected to. The rate of
these cycles, however, will vary.
When connected to a normal system, the
dehydrator’s duty cycle should not exceed 10%
and will maintain the system pressure between
2.0 psig and 5 psig. If the duty cycle significantly
exceeds 10%, check the system for leaks. When open to atmosphere, the dehydrator will
run continuously and provide approximately 0.5
SCFM.
The display will also reflect a pressure between
0 and 5.0 psig while the output flow is between 0
and 0.5 SCFM. The pressure sensor measures
pressure beyond the flow control orifice and will
show the actual pressure in the transmission
lines (or to the distribution manifold).
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1.4
Alarms
Alarm Definitions:
The MT500A offers Low Pressure, Compressor
Pressure and Power Fail alarms as a standard
feature. Alarm conditions are indicated on the
display. Alarms are output as alarm conditions
are indicated on the display. Alarms are output
as a common summary alarm, with a form C dry
contact. The alarm is set for continuity on alarm.
Power Fail:
Activates open when power is removed from
the dehydrator. This includes turning the
power off at the switch.
1.4.1
Multiple Alarm Option
This optional assembly is designed to provide
the additional High Humidity alarm to Andrew
Dehydrators. All alarms are Form C dry contacts
and are factory set for continuity at alarm (mains
power fail alarm opens at alarm).
This optional assembly will also indicate discrete
alarms on the display, and provide individual
contacts and connections for discrete alarms.
The external alarm monitoring system (supplied
by others) is connected to the terminal strip
located on the rear of the cabinet. A small
slotted screwdriver is necessary to make the
connections.
High Humidity:
Activates when system or dehydrator output
humidity rise above 7.5% relative humidity.
At initial installation, this alarm will continue
to alarm until the system has been properly
purged.
Compressor Pressure (X.R.):
If upstream pressure drops below 35 psig
during operation of the compressor, the
system will display a Dryer Pressure low
message. If this condition lasts for longer
than 30 seconds, the alarm contact is
triggered, alerting the alarm relay of the
issue. This alarm can be reset by resetting
the power of the unit.
Low Pressure:
If system pressure falls below the lowpressure trigger point, the low-pressure
alarm sensor will activate an alarm contact.
This alarm is an indication of a significant
system leak or a dehydrator failure.
Changing Alarm Outputs:
Alarm
Factory setting
Where To Reset
Summary
Alarm
Normally
Open (N.O.)
TB3 on Control
Board
Multiple Alarms
Figure 1
Term.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
Power Fail Com
Power Fail Alarm
Humidity Com
Humidity Alarm
Dryer Press Com
Dryer Press Alarm
Low Press. Com.
Low Press. Alarm
Wire Color
Black
Red
Green
Brown
Blue
White
Gray
Orange
Alarm
Factory setting
Where To Reset
Low
Pressure
Normally
Open (N.O.)
A-B
Low Pressure
jumper JP4 on
alarm PCB
Mains
(Power)
Normally
Closed (N.C.)
B-C
Power Fail
Jumper JP3 on
Alarm PCB
Dryer
Press
Normally
Open (N.O.)
A-B
Jumper JP1 on
Run Alarm
PCB
High
Humidity
Normally
Open (N.O.)
A-B
Jumper JP2 on
Alarm PCB
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J2
Press. Switch PS2
J4
J5
Humidity Sensor
JP2
Main Power
Power Selector Input
AC - (A - B)
DC (B - C)
JP1
Compressor Excess
Alarm Timer (10 min.)
J3
Timer Connection
JP3
Compressor Voltage
Timer Set (120V)
JP4
Aux (A - B) N.O.
J1
FUSE
Press. Switch PS1
5 amp, 250V
1.5
Specifications MT500A Dehydrator
Output Pressure
0 - 35 kPa (2.0 - 5.0 psig)
Output capacity
14.0 SLPM (0.5 SCFM) (total, approx.)
Output Dew Point,
-45°C (-50°F) or better
Operating Temperature Range
1° to 40° C (33° to +104° F)
Low Pressure Alarm
6.9 kPa (1.0 psig)
Electrical Input
115/230 VAC, 50/60 Hz (auto detecting)
Output Connector
3/8” polytube compression
Dimensions
43.2 cm H x 26.4 cm W 32 cm D)
(17” W x 10.4” H x 12.6” D)
Weight
16.55 kg (36 1/2 lbs)
Optional Alarms
High Humidity Alarm Set Point
7.5% RH, factory set
Power Fail Alarm
loss of input power
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Installation
Section 2
2.1
Unpacking and Inspection
Open carton.
Mode 1:
Displays pressure and total run hours.
Mode 2:
Displays pressure and total run hours,
flashes current condition.
Mode 3:
Displays last ON and last OFF times.
Remove the top piece of closed-cell foam
packaging. Carefully remove the installation
accessories and manual and dehydrator. Check
the dehydrator for shipping damage such as
dents or loose parts.
2.2
Controls and Displays
Familiarize yourself with the controls and
displays prior to installing or testing the
dehydrator.
ON/OFF
Switch
MODE
Switch
ON/OFF Switch Toggles unit condition ON and OFF.
Mode Switch
Toggles between display modes.
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2.3
Installing the Dehydrator
Test the Dehydrator
2.3.1
19” Rack Mounting/wall mounting or set on shelf
2.4
Power Connections
Turn the dehydrator ON and check the output
port on the rear of the unit to make sure air is
flowing.
Confirm your dehydrator electrical input matches
the available power.
2.5
To connect the alarms, locate the terminal block
(TB-1) on the rear of the unit.
115 VAC/230 VAC, 50/60 Hz
(auto detecting)
MT500A-81015
MT500A-81315
2.4.1
AC Power
AC units can be connected into a standard 15
Amp power receptacle of the proper voltage.
Make sure the power circuit is properly
grounded.
Two power cords are supplied, one 115 VAC
American and one 230 VAC International (with
striped leads).
Connecting the Alarm Outputs
Place alarm connection wires in proper
terminals an tighten the screw on the terminal
block.
The relay contacts are rated at 2 A (noninductive), 30 VDC.
Optional alarms (if purchased) will also be
located on this terminal (see section 1.4 for
terminal numbers).
2.6
Connecting Dehydrator to the Transmission
Line
CAUTION:
Check the antenna and transmission line
system pressure rating before connecting
the dehydrator to the system.
CAUTION:
Proper electrical connection is required.
It is suggested a licensed electrician be
contracted to connect the AC wiring to
the unit, if it is connected directly to the
mains. Failure to properly connect the
power wires could result in a dangerous
electrical shock hazard.
Using included Teflon tape pneumatic thread
sealant, screw one of the included 3/8"
compression fittings into the output bulkhead.
There is an elbow and a straight compression
fitting included with the unit.
Insert one end of the 3/8” poly tube feed line
tubing into the compression fitting on the
dehydrator output port. Tighten securely with
a 9/16” wrench. Be careful not to over tighten. Connect the other end of the poly tube to the
transmission line.
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Note:
If the transmission lines have not been
purged, continue with section 2.7.
Otherwise proceed to section 3.
2.7
Purging the Transmission Line
Air in the transmission line system must be
replaced with dry air to ensure satisfactory
operation of the transmitted signal.
1. Determine the total system volume.
2. Divide the system volume by the flow
rate of the dehydrator (30 SCFH) to
determine the number of hours needed
for one purge cycle.
3. Open the far end of the transmission
line.
4. Operate the dehydrator for no less than
three purge cycles.
If it is not possible to open the far end of the
transmission line, follow these steps:
1. Connect the dehydrator to the
transmission line and pressurize the
system. The system pressure should
reach 5.0 Psig.
2. Wait 15 minutes while the air absorbs
moisture in the system, then disconnect
the dehydrator from the transmission
line and allow the air to vent.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 twelve times to
purge the system.
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Maintenance
Section 3
3.0
Maintenance
The MT500A Dehydrator requires relatively
little maintenance to ensure satisfactory
operation over long periods of time. This section
outlines the recommended annual preventive
maintenance for the unit and the suggested
overhaul for every 6000 hours of compressor
operation.
3.1
Preventive Maintenance
The annual maintenance of a MT500A
consists of a preventative maintenance
inspection of the dehydrator and replacement
of the foam air intake filter. These tasks can
easily be performed in the field with the unit
connected to the transmission line system
and with only the front and side access doors
opened for maintenance. In addition to the
annual inspection, a complete overhaul is
recommended every 6000 hours or sooner if
local conditions warrant.
CAUTION:
Do not apply oil or other chemicals to the
filter element.
Make sure the element is seated completely in
the housing and then replace the cover. Discard
the old element.
3.3
Annual Inspection
Warning:
Electrical Hazard! Unplug power cord
before servicing unit.
Inspection includes checking for loose
or damaged hoses, fittings and electrical
connections. Open the top cover and front door
and verify that there is no water build-up in the
two filter bowls located inside the front cover of
the dehydrator. There may be some droplets
of water in the filter bowels (the lower portion
of each bowl), but there should be only a small
amount of liquid in either bowl.
3.2
Dehydrator Filter Element Replacement
Replace the air intake filter
The air intake filter protects the compressor from
contamination and dust. Periodic replacement
extends the life of the compressor. To gain
access to the element, push in on the cover and
rotate the house approximately 1/4 turn CCW. The filter is made of a fibrous material. It should
be replaced once a year (or more frequently, if
the operating environment is very dusty.)
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Check the hour meter on the front panel to
determine the duty cycle of the dehydrator.
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If there is excessive water, refer to the
troubleshooting section. Replacement of the
filter elements in the water filter and coalescing
filter is covered in the overhaul section of this
manual.
f the dehydrator has been running for more than
10% of its installed time, check the systems
for leaks. Also check the time on the meter to
determine if it is time to perform the 6000-hour
overhaul.
3.4
Parts Replacement and Dehydrator Overhaul
Check the electrical connections.
Andrew MT500A Dehydrators are designed
to give many years of trouble-free service
and require very minimal maintenance. The
dehydrator contains, as a standard feature, an
hour meter that records compressor run hours.
To ensure continuous and reliable operation,
the dehydrator must be overhauled every 6000
hours of compressor operation. The kits, shown
in Section 5, contain all of the necessary parts to
perform this overhaul. The dehydrator overhaul
kit includes parts to overhaul the compressor
and critical components in the dehydrator that
often become worn over time.
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N CASE OF DIFFICULTY: If the dehydrator is
not operating, refer to Section 2 on Installation
and Section 4 on troubleshooting the unit.
Tools
The following tools are used in the maintenance
and overhaul procedures.
Adjustable open-end wrench
Allen wrench 5/32
#2 Phillips screwdrivers
Small flat-blade screw-driver
Check the screw at the power input connector
to ensure that the AC power cord is securely
terminated. Check the screw-in alarm terminals
to ensure that all wire connections are tight.
A loose or damaged connection may result in
erratic operation and unnecessary downtime.
Refer to the troubleshooting section if an
electrical problem is encountered.
Check the ground wire.
Check that an electrical safety ground is
installed on the stud on the rear of the
dehydrator. This connection point is adjacent to
the power input connector. (It is intended to be
customer installed in the field.)
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Overhaul Procedure
Unplug the unit from the power supply.
When the MT500A compressor run time reaches
6000 hours (or a multiple of 6000 hours) it is
time to replace certain items in the compressor
and the air path of the dehydrator. These include
the piston cups, piston seals and head gaskets
of the compressor, the filter elements in the
water and coalescing filters, and the tube section
connecting the compressor output to the heat
exchanger.
Follow the instructions included in the
compressor overhaul kit. When the overhaul
is complete, reinstall. Complete overhaul can
be done without removing the compressor
from the chassis.
The compressor head,
air filter, output port and relief valve can all be
removed though top panel. When the overhaul
is complete, reinstall.
In addition, if the unit gives the dryer pressure
alarm, the compressor may be in need of an
overhaul. This does not always coincide with
the 6000 hour time frame. If the dryer pressure
alarm is triggered, check the system for leaks. If
no leaks are detected, the compressor will need
to be overhauled.
3.5
Service Restoration RECOMMENDATION:
If the dehydrator overhaul process has taken
more than a few hours, it is recommended
that the unit be run for one hour into the
room, to purge the membrane dryer of any
acquired moisture, before reconnecting to the
transmission line system.
Unit Shutdown and Removal
In order to perform an overhaul on the MT500A,
the unit must be turned off and removed from
service. As this is being done, the low pressure
alarm may activate through a reporting alarm
system. Personnel monitoring such an alarm
should be notified in advance so that they are
aware of the fact that service is being performed.
It is also necessary to disconnect the dehydrator
dry air output from the waveguide system during
the overhaul.
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Troubleshooting
Section 4
If you experience difficulty with your dehydrator, use the troubleshooting procedures described below.
Caution:
Electrical troubleshooting requires access to potentially dangerous
voltages and should only be performed by a licensed electrician
Problem/Condition
Solution
If the display light fails to light, make sure the unit is plugged in
and power outlet is operating.
Dehydrator display does not light, unit does not run.
If you still have no light, unplug the unit, remove the unit cover
and check for loose connections. Refer to the wiring diagram for
proper connections.
Check to assure that the fuse is OK on the controller
Check to assure that proper AC voltage is being supplied to the
input.
Plug the unit output with finger and observe pressure gauge.
The pressure gauge line should read approximately 5.0 psig and
the alarm should clear. If alarm does not clear, remove cover
and verify tubing and wiring connections are secure.
Low-pressure alarm activated.
NOTE: Due to the feedback air on the membrane, the
plugged output will bleed down and repressurize every few
second, this is normal operation.
With dehydrator isolated from transmission line, observe
pressure in transmission line. If pressure drops, use a leak
detector solution to locate leaks in the transmission line. Repair
leaks if possible.
If the problem persists contact Andrew Customer Service.
Compressor does not turn OFF.
Check the display on the controller. Toggle the ON/OFF switch
(left of the display).
Check input power polarity and voltage per wiring diagram.
Filter bowls show excessive water.
Ensure that the drain line tubing (exiting the bottom of the unit) is
not clogged. When the compressor cycles off, air and moisture
should flow out of the drain line (into drain pan).
Verify solenoid opens for ~ 3 sec. when compressor turns and
again after ~ 10 min. of operation.
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TB1
Alarm
Interface
BLK
RED
GRN
BRN
BLU
WHT
GRY
ORN
BLANK
BLANK
J3
14
Humility
Senor
J1
Compressor
J4
J2
Fuse
5 amp, 250V
MT500A-81315
TB3
Ground
MT Controller
TB1
PWR
Fan
IEC
Main Power Input
Solenoid
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Compressor
TB1
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TB?
MT500A-81015
TB1
Alarm
Interface
BLK
ORN
Ground
MT Controller
TB1
PWR
Fan
IEC
Main Power
Input
Solenoid
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Replacement Parts
Section 5
Customer Service
Section 6
The following is a list of the replacement kits for the
MT500A Series dehydrators:
6.0
Introduction
Andrew provides in-warranty and out-of-warranty
repairs as well as dehydrator and compressor
overhauls from several Repair Centers.
Coordination of these services is provided
through the nearest Sales Office or Customer
Service Center. The Center is also prepared to
help you with the following:
Technical Assistance Troubleshooting
Repairs
Loaner Units
Spare Parts
Installation Materials System Accessories.
6.1
In Case of Trouble
The first step you should take if trouble
develops using a dehydrator is to read the
operators manual and follow the trouble isolating
procedures given in it.
If the steps in the manual do not identify and
remedy the problem, then contact an Andrew
Customer Service Center for 24-hour telephone
assistance. Record the Model Number (e.g.
MT500A) and Serial Number from the product
label, as you will be asked for these when you
call. Two main locations are currently available
to help:
in North America
1-800-255-1479
in Europe
+44 1592 782612
any Location (to USA)
(708) 349-3300
Overhaul Kit MT500A-KIT-OVRHL
Filter Element Replacement Kit MT500A-KIT-ELMNT
Filter Bowl Assemble Replacement Kit MT500A-KIT-FLTRS
Filter Bowl Assemble and Dryer Tube Replacement Kit
MT500A-KIT-DRYER
Solenoid Replacement Kit MT500A-KIT-SOLND
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If you find it easier to describe your troubles
by Fax, then the following numbers are also
available:
in North America
1-800-349-5444 (Fax only)
in Europe
+44 1592 782380 (Fax only)
any Location (to USA)
(708) 349-5410 (Fax only)
*
mark the outside of the box with the
RGN
*
return the box to the Repair Center
address listed on the authorization
sheet.
If you have saved the original packaging
that came with the unit, use it to return the
dehydrator for repair. If a loaner unit (of the
same type) was supplied by Andrew, use the
loaner unit box to return the original dehydrator.
6.2
Initial Steps by Andrew
6.4
Repair Center Process
When your call or fax communication is
received, the Andrew staff will work with you to
pinpoint the possible cause of trouble. If the
pressurization equipment is suspect, they will.
The Andrew Dehydrator Repair Center will
receive your unit and inspect it for any transport
damage. The unit will then be analyzed for
troubles using the description you have supplied
and the specialized experience the Repair
Center staff have with dehydrators.
If the unit is in-warranty, repairs are made at no
charge and the unit will be returned to you by
the same mode of transport as it was received.
If the unit is in-warranty, but no problems are
found, the unit will be thoroughly tested before
being returned to you. A nominal inspection fee
will be charged for this service.
If your unit is out-of-warranty, it will be inspected
and repaired for the quoted fee.
6.5
Loaner Units
The Andrew dehydrator Repair Centers stock
a limited number of “loaner” dehydrator units of
both current and discontinued products. These
units, while not new, are still in excellent working
order.
Loaners are available on a first-come firstserved basis. They are issued in conjunction
with the original RGN and are invoiced at a
nominal price. You will need to request a
second RGN to return the loaner unit. A credit
memo is issued by the Repair Center when a
loaner is returned.
*
ask for your unit Model Number and
Serial Number
•
check the warranty status of the unit
•
advise the availability of a loaner unit
provide of the cost for inspection and
repairs, if the unit is out-of-warranty
•
fax a Return Goods Authorization Sheet
to you.
6.3
Return Goods Instructions
After you have contacted Andrew and received a
Return Goods Authorization Number (RGN), you
will need to take the following steps to send the
faulty unit to a Repair Center:
*
make a copy of the Return Goods
Authorization Sheet that was faxed to
you
*
write a brief description of the trouble
you are encountering and attach this to
the copy of the sheet
*
pack the unit (with at least 4-inches of
protective packaging on all sides)
*
enclose the authorization sheet and
trouble description within the box
*
enclose a purchase order or other
method of payment for non warranty
repairs.
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Andrew Corporation
Small and Medium Capacity Dehydrator
and Line Monitor System
Three Year Warranty
Seller warrants that any Andrew MT050, MT/XT300, MT/XT500, MR050,
PMT200 and ODPMT200 series number type DryLine® Dehydrator is
transferred rightfully and with good title; that it is free from any lawful security
interest or other lien or encumbrance unknown to Buyer; and that for a period
of thirty-six (36) months from the date of shipment or 3000 hours of actual run
time, whichever shall occur first, such equipment will be free from defects in
material and workmanship which arise under proper and normal use and
service. Buyer's exclusive remedy hereunder is limited to Seller's correction
(either at its plant or at such other place as may be agreed upon between Seller
and Buyer) of any such defects by repair or replacement (with either a new unit
or a factory reconditioned unit) at no cost to Buyer; provided that the cost of
any transportation in connection with the return of the equipment for the
purpose of repair or replacement shall be borne by Buyer. The provisions of this
warranty shall be applicable with respect to any equipment which Seller repairs
or replaces pursuant to it. Expressly excluded from the terms of this warranty
are defects caused by: (i) faulty installation, (ii) lack of proper inspection or
maintenance, (iii) and usage not in accordance with published ratings,
specifications, or instructions.
The provisions of this warranty shall be
applicable with respect to any equipment Seller repairs or replaces pursuant to
it.
SELLER MAKES NO WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OTHER THAN AS
SPECIFICALLY STATED ABOVE. EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED ARE ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR PURPOSE. THE
FOREGOING SHALL CONSTITUTE ALL OF SELLER'S LIABILITY (EXCEPT AS
TO PATENT INFRINGEMENT) WITH RESPECT TO THE EQUIPMENT. IN NO
EVENT SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR
INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, INSTALLATION COSTS, LOST REVENUE OR
PROFITS, OR ANY OTHER COSTS OF ANY NATURE AS A RESULT OF THE USE
OF THE EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURED BY SELLER, WHETHER USED IN
ACCORDANCE WITH INSTRUCTIONS OR NOT. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES
SHALL SELLER'S LIABILITY TO BUYER EXCEED THE ACTUAL SALES PRICE
OF THE EQUIPMENT PROVIDED HEREUNDER. No representative is authorized
to assume for Seller any other liability in connection with the equipment.
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One Company. A World of Solutions.
Customer Support Center
From North America
Telephone: 1-888-889-9485
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