Shark TX-P User`s Manual

SHARKTX & SHARKTXP MULTI-PARAMETER
TRANSMITTER USER’S MANUAL
N116-35 Rev 3
AquaMetrix Inc.
1245 Maple Hill Ct., Unit 7
Newmarket, ON
Canada, L3Y 9E8
A57-24
Tel: (800) 742-1413
(905) 954-0841
Fax: (905) 954-0415
www.aquametrix.com
MULTI-PARAMETER TRANSMITTER USER’S MANUAL
Table of Contents
Subject
Page No.
Introduction
1
Section 1 - Specifications
2
Section 2 - Installation
3-5
Section 3 - Electrical Connections & Setup
Differential Probe connection & setup
Combination Probe connection & setup
Conductivity Cell (Contacting style) connection & setup
Paddle Wheel Flow Sensor connection & setup
4-20mA Isolated Output
Section 4 - Using the Transmitter in pH Mode
LCD Menu
Section 5 - Using the Transmitter in ORP Mode
LCD Menu
Section 6 - Using the Transmitter in Conductivity Mode
LCD Menu
Section 7 - Using the Transmitter in Flow Mode
LCD Menu
6 - 11
7
8
9
10
11
12
13 - 28
29
30 - 44
45
46 - 62
63
64 - 78
Appendix A - Probe Configuration Table
79
Return Policy & Warranty Plan
80
MULTI-PARAMETER TRANSMITTER USER’S MANUAL
Introduction
The SHARKTX & SHARKTXP multi-parameter transmitter is a microprocessor based
transmitter capable of measuring one of the following parameters, pH, ORP, conductivity or flow.
When shipped from the factory, the Shark is not set to measure any one parameter.
When the Shark is powered up for the first time, it will display the meter selection
screen where the meter type must be selected. (refer to section 4.5 Meter Selection)
This meter selection screen will only be displayed when the Shark is powered up for the
first time.
After the user selects a meter type the Shark will remain set to that meter type until it is
changed with the meter selection menu function in the Utilities menu.
To return the Shark to its factory settings, the user must re-select the current meter type
from the meter selection menu function. This will override all set-points and return all
settings back to the factory settings.
The Shark Users menu has been divided into five main categories
-
Calibration, used to calibrate the Shark with the selected sensor
Utilities, used to manually control or override the outputs.
Setup, used to configure the Sharks many options
Diagnostics, used to troubleshoot problems with the Shark or sensor
Outputs, used to configure the Shark’s 4 to 20mA output.
SHARKTX is packaged in a rugged NEMA 4X polycarbonate enclosure with a universal
mounting kit for surface, panel and pipe-mount applications. This enclosure is perfect for
stand-alone or panel-mount operation.
SHARKTXP enclosure is also polycarbonate with a NEMA 4X front panel. Panel mount,
and DIN rail mounting hardware are supplied.
Introduction
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Section I - Specifications
Display
Power Requirements
Measuring Range
Temperature
Compensation
Temperature Unit
Temperature Sensor
Calibration Modes
Ambient Conditions
Sensor to Transmitter
Distance
Analog Output
Memory Back-up
Mechanical
Sensor Input
Invalid Entries
Manual Test Mode
Output Hold
Calibration Data
Auto Return
Display Damping
Net Weight
Approvals
pH
ORP
2 x 16 alpha-numeric LCD display
4 to 20mA, Loop Powered, 16 to 32 VDC
Conductivity
Flow
Flow: 0 to 9999 with selectable
flow rate units
pH:
0.01 to 14.00
ORP: -1999 to +1999mV
Volume: 0 - 999 with Auto Range
(Dependent on sensor)
Flow rate units: Gallons (GP), Cubic
Temp: 0 to 100°C or
Temp: 0 to 100°C or
Feet (CF), Liters (LP), Cubic Meters
32° to +212°F
32° to +212°F
(CM), custom by entering factor
related to Gallons
Time units: Seconds (S), Minutes (M)
Temp: 0 to 100°C or 32° to +212°F Hours (H)
Automatic or Manual
Automatic or Manual
User selectable temperature
Not required
Not required
0 - 100°C (32° to +212°F)
compensation slope 0.0 to 10.0%/°C.
0 to 100°C (32° to +212°F)
°C or °F
Not required
User selectable: 300Ω NTC Thermistor, 3000Ω NTC Thermistor or Pt. 1000 RTD
Not required
Auto-Calibration
Dry Calibration
Manual Calibration
Manual Calibration
Sample Calibration
K factor Input
Temperature Calibration
Temperature Calibration
Temperature Calibration
Temperature: -20°C to +60°C or -4°F to +140°F Humidity: 0 to 90% RH (non-condensing)
Differential Sensor: 3000 ft
300 ft
2000 ft
Combination Sensor: 10 ft
4 to 20mA
Isolated Output, Range expand 0 to 100% of full scale (min segment 10% of full scale), max. load 800Ω
All user settings are retained indefinitely in memory (EEPROM)
SHARKTX Enclosure: NEMA 4X, 1/4 DIN, polycarbonate enclosure with two 1/2” conduit holes
SHARKTXP Enclosure: NEMA 4X front panel, 1/4 DIN, polycarbonate
SHARKTX Mounting: Universal Mounting kit for surface, pipe and panel mount included
SHARKTXP Mounting: Panel and DIN rail mount included
Probe: -600 to +600mV
Probe: -1999 to +1999mV
Cell: 0 to 9999Ω
Paddle: 0 to 2000Hz
Temp. Sensor: 0 to 9999Ω
Temp. Sensor: 0 to 9999Ω
Temp. Sensor: 0 to 9999Ω
Invalid entries cannot be stored
Process value can be simulated with arrow keys to verify correct setup of output
4 to 20mA output is placed on hold when the transmitter is in Menu mode
Recall data from last
Recall data from last calibration, calibration mode,
calibration, calibration buffer
1st & 2nd accepted buffer value and probe mV output,
accepted value, and cell
Recall store K factor.
calibration temperature, calibration slope, and probe
resistance, calibration
efficiency
temperature
User selectable auto return if the transmitter is left in menu mode for more than 10 min.
User can select rate at which the transmitter updates display. Enables display damping of unstable process
SHARKTX: 0.71 lbs (0.32 kg)
SHARKTXP: 0.25 lbs (0.12 kg)
ULC (pending)
Section I - Specifications
MΩ/cm3 0 to 19.99
0 to 2.000
0 to 20.00
uS/cm3
0 to 200.0
0 to 5000
0 to 20.00
mS/cm3
0 to 200.0
0.01
0.01
0.1
0.1
1.0
10
50
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Section 2 - Installation
2.1 Unpacking
Save the shipping carton and packing material in case the instrument needs to be stored or
returned. Inspect the instrument and packing material for shipping damage and report any
problems immediately.
2.2 Location
Locate the transmitter close to the sensor. The list below gives typical maximum distances for
various sensors. Refer to the sensor specifications for exact information.
•
•
•
•
Aquametrix
Aquametrix
Aquametrix
Aquametrix
Differential PH Probe
Combination PH Probe
Conductivity Probe
Flow sensor
3000 ft (914 meters)
10 ft (3 meters)
300 ft (91 meters)
2000 ft (610 meters)
2.3 Mounting
Fig 2.1 SHARKTX Transmitter dimensions
Dwg# N106-128
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Section 2 - Installation
Fig 2.2 SHARKTXP Transmitter dimensions
Dwg# N106-129
Panel Mount – The transmitters can be panel mounted to a panel using the hardware kit
provided. The panel cutout dimensions are shown in fig. 2.1 and 2.2.
Figure 2.3 Panel Mount
EXTERNAL PANEL
GASKET QTY.1
PANEL
(CUSTOMER SUPPLIED)
UNIVERSAL MOUNTIN G
BRACKET
QTY.1
SCREW
10-24 X 1/2"
QTY.4
UNIVERSAL
MOUNTING
CLAMP QTY.2
SCREW
1/4-20 X 2-1/2"
QTY.4
EXTERNAL
PANEL GASKET
QTY.1
PANEL
(CUSTOMER SUPPLIED)
SCREW
4-40 X 3/4"
QTY.4
NUT
4-40
QTY.4
NUT
1/4-20
QTY.4
Dwg# N105-101 & N105-104
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Section 2 - Installation
Surface Mount – The SHARKTX can be surface
mounted using the hardware kit provided with the unit.
Figure 2.4 Surface Mount
UNIVERSAL MOUN TING
BRACKET
QTY.1
Pipe Mount – The SHARKTX can be mounted to a
horizontal or vertical pipe with:
SCREW
10-24 X 1/2"
QTY.4
• a minimum outside diameter of 1.30” (33mm) (for
example 1” CPVC pipe)
• and a maximum of 2.375” (60mm) (for example 2”
CPVC pipe)
HOLES Ø1/4"
FOR MOUNTING SCREWS
QTY.4
(CUSTOMER SUPPLIED)
DIN Rail Mount – The SHARKTXP can be DIN rail
mounted or panel mounted. See figure 2.3 & figure 2.7.
Dwg# N105-101
Figure 2.6 Horizontal Pipe Mount
Fig. 2.5 Vertical Pipe Mount
MIN. PIPE DIA.
1" PIPE (NOMINAL)
MAX. PIPE DIA.
2" PIPE (NOMINAL)
MIN. PIPE DIA.
1" PIPE (NOMINAL)
MAX. PIPE DIA.
2" PIPE (NOMINAL)
UNIVERSAL MOUNTING
BRACKET
QTY.1
NUT
10-24
QTY.4
NUT
10-24
QTY.4
SCREW
10-24 X 3-1/2"
QTY.4
Dwg# N105-101
Dwg# N105-101
SCREW
10-24 X 3-1/2"
QTY.4
UNIVERSAL MOUNTING
BRACKET
QTY.1
Figure 2.7 DIN Rail Mount
TS35 DIN RAIL MOUNT
(CUSTOMER SUPPLIED)
TS32 DIN RAIL MOUNT
(CUSTOMER SUPPLIED)
Dwg# N105-104
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Section 3 - Electrical Connections and Setup
3.1 Conduit Connections
The SHARKTX has two 1/2” conduit holes at the bottom of the enclosure as shown on fig. 2.1. The
unit is shipped with these holes plugged with liquid tight conduit seals. These must be left in unused
holes to maintain the NEMA 4X integrity. Use approved conduit hubs to connect the conduit, connect
these to the conduit before connecting to the enclosure.
3.2 Power Connections
Figure 3.1 Connections
Dwg# N104-41
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Section 3 - Electrical Connections and Setup
3.3 pH and ORP Differential Probe connections and setup
The drawing shows the connections for the Aquametrix Differential (5 wire) probe. The cable
should be run in a conduit separate from AC power wires, and via a separate conduit hole.
Figure 3.2 Connections for Differential (5 wire) pH or ORP probe
CAUTION:
Always disconnect
the loop power
before wiring or
unwiring a sensor
Dwg# N104-42
Once connected, step through the LCD menus to
select the probe in the order shown. The first two
steps may be skipped if the meter is already configured for pH or ORP and a Differential Probe.
When using a pH probe, it is important to ensure
that the transmitter is reading the probe temperature correctly for accurate temperature compensation. The ORP probe does not require temperature
compensation, although the transmitter can display process temperature measured by the probe.
The factory temperature calibration is usually
accurate enough that no adjustments are necessary.
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Section 3 - Electrical Connections and Setup
3.4 pH or ORP Combination Probe connections and setup
The drawing shows the connections for the Aquametrix Combination probe. The cable should be run
in a conduit separate from AC power wires, and via a separate conduit hole. The cable length should
not exceed 10 feet (3 meters).
The 2 wire version has
no temperature sensor
and is connected via a
coaxial wire.
In a pH meter, the user
should set the T COMP
OVERRIDE menu to ON
(Section 4.10) and adjust
the temperature setting to
the actual probe temperature.
In an ORP meter, the
user should set the
T.DISP OVERRIDE to
ON (Section 5.9) to blank
the temperature reading
on the display.
The 4 wire version has
two additional wires for
the probe internal temperature sensor. Ensure
that the T COMP OVERRIDE or T.DISP OVERRIDE is OFF.
Fig. 3.3 Connections for the 2 and 4 wire Combination Probe
CAUTION:
Always disconnect
the loop power
before wiring or
unwiring a sensor
Dwg# N104-43
Once connected, step through the LCD menus to select the probe in the order shown. The first two steps
may be skipped if the meter is already configured for a Combination Probe. If a two wire pH probe is
used, which has no temperature sensor, ensure that the Temp. Comp. Override is set to same temperature as the buffer before calibrating. If a two wire ORP probe is used, you can blank the Temp display
with the T DISP OVERRIDE menu.
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Section 3 - Electrical Connections and Setup
3.5 Conductivity Cell (Contacting style) connections and setup
The drawing shows the connections for the Aquametrix Conductivity Cells (Contacting style). The cable
should be run in a conduit seperate from the AC power wires, and via a seperate conduit hole. The cell
cable length should not exceed 300ft. (91 meters).
Figure 3.4 Connections for Conductivity Cells
CAUTION:
Always disconnect
the loop power
before wiring or
unwiring a sensor
Dwg# N104-44
Once connnected, step
through the LCD menus to
select the cell in the order
shown. The TEMP COMP
CURVE setup default is
1.8%/deg C. This is acceptable for most process applications. If your process is
significantly different from
this, change the setting in
the TEMP COMP CURVE
menu.
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Section 3 - Electrical Connections and Setup
3.6 Paddle Wheel Flow Sensor connections and setup
The drawing shows the connnections for a typical paddle wheel flow sensor. The cable to the
sensor should not exceed 2000’ (600 meters).
Figure 3.5 Connections for Flow Sensor
CAUTION:
Always disconnect
the loop power
before wiring or
unwiring a sensor
Dwg# N104-45
Once connected, step through
the LCD menus to select the
sensor in the order shown. The
Sensor K factor (pulses per U.S.
Gallon) is usually printed on the
side of the sensor or on a label
attached to the sensor cable.
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Section 3 - Electrical Connections and Setup
3.10 MANUAL TEST MODE
(LCD MENU SECTIONS - pH: 4.4, ORP: 5.3, Conductivity: 6.4, Flow: 7.2)
The setup can be tested using Manual Test Mode to simulate process changes.
MANUAL TEST MODE is used to simulate a process reading in order to verify the correct
response of the output.
3.11 4-20 mA Isolated Output
(LCD MENU SECTIONS - pH: 4.15, ORP: 5.14, Conductivity: 6.16, Flow: 7.14)
The Transmitter has a single 4 to 20mA output, electrically isolated from the ground. The output
can source current into a resistive load. Maximum resistance depends on supply voltage.
Drawing on page 6 (Fig. 3.1)
The output is dedicated to track the process and has fully independent and fully adjustable 4 &
20 mA output setpoints. This will enable the operator to span the output over the desired range.
The output can be precisely trimmed through the LCD menu for precision applications.
The drawing on page 6 (Fig. 3.1) shows the connections for the output.
Wire Specification: 22 AWG 7/30, insulation 0.010”
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Section 4 - Using the Transmitter in pH Mode
1/4" TURN SCREWS
(FOR SHARKTX ONLY)
2 LINE, 16 CHARACTER
LCD DISPLAY
MAIN MENU INTERFACE
SCREEN
UNIT LABEL
LABEL TO INDICATE UNIT OF
MEASURE SHARK IS
CONFIGURED FOR.
SIMPLE THREE-BUTTON INTERFACE
FOR FAST & EASY SETUP
(REFER TO SECTIONS 4.0 TO 4.15)
Section 4 - Using the Transmitter in pH Mode
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pH - Menu Overview 4.0
RUN MODE
7.15pH 25.0C
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
MANUAL CAL pH
UTILITIES
DOWN
DOWN
AUTO CAL pH
SETUP
DOWN
DOWN
TEMP CALIBRATION
DIAGNOSTICS
DOWN
DOWN
MANUAL CALIBRATE
pH PROBE
SEC. 4.1
AUTO CALIBRATE
pH PROBE
SEC. 4.2
CALIBRATE TEMP.
SENSOR IN pH PROBE
SEC. 4.3
EXIT
OUTPUT
DOWN
DOWN
EXIT
DOWN
PROBE SELECT
DOWN
TEMP UNIT
MANUAL TEST MODE
SELECT TYPE OF
pH PROBE
SEC. 4.6
SELECT DEG C OR DEG F
SEC 4.7
DOWN
METER SELECTION
DOWN
DOWN
TEMP SENSOR
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
DOWN
T.COMP OVERRIDE
DOWN
DISPLAY DAMPING
DOWN
SIMULATE PROCESS
VERIFY OUTPUTS
SEC. 4.4
SELECT TYPE
OF METER
SEC. 4.5
EXIT
SELECT TYPE OF
TEMP SENSOR
SEC 4.8
DOWN
ENABLE TIME OUT
FROM MENU
SEC. 4.9
TEMPERATURE SETUP FOR
PROBE WITHOUT TEMP. SENSOR
SEC 4.10
SETUP DISPLAY AND
OUTPUT RESPONSE TIME
SEC 4.11
EXIT
DOWN
FIRMWARE REV
DOWN
CALIBRATION DATA
DOWN
SENSOR INPUT
DOWN
DISPLAY
FIRMWAVE REVISION
SEC. 4.12
DISPLAY PREVIOUS
CALIBRATION DATA
SEC 4.13
DISPLAY UNCALIBRATED
PROBE DATA
SEC 4.14
EXIT
DOWN
4-20mA
DOWN
SETUP
4-20 mA OUTPUT
SEC 4.15
EXIT
DOWN
pH - Menu Overview 4.0
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
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pH - Calibration Menu - Manual Calibrate 4.1
7.15pH 25.0C
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
MANUAL CAL pH
Place the probe in the first buffer solution, be
sure to clean and rinse the Probe first with D.I.
water and then insert it in the 7.00 buffer.
IF BUFFER1 READY
PRESS 'DOWN'
Press
DOWN
RUNNING MANU CAL
BUFFER1 WAIT...
MANUAL CAL pH
BUFFER1
UP
7.3 5 >
DOWN
MANUAL CAL pH
BUFFER1
7.0 0 >
MANUAL CAL pH
BUFFER1
7.00 >
DOWN
This example shows a MANUAL
calibration with buffers of 7pH & 4pH.
Please wait for the controller to complete
the measurement
When complete, the controller will report
the measured value
Use the UP and DOWN keys to adjust
the reading until it agrees with the actual
buffer pH value
Then press
to move the
cursor to the RH position
Then press DOWN to store the value and move
to BUFFER2
Place the probe in the second buffer.
Be sure to clean and rinse the Probe first with
D.I. water and then insert it in the 4.00 buffer.
IF BUFFER2 READY
PRESS 'DOWN'
When performing a manual
calibration, any two known buffer
solutions can be used.
DOWN
The controller will read the pH value,
averaging a number of results to get a
stable calibration value.
Press
DOWN
DOWN
RUNNING MANU CAL
BUFFER2 WAIT...
MANUAL CAL pH
BUFFER2
UP
4.4 0 >
DOWN
MANUAL CAL pH
BUFFER2
4.0 0 >
MANUAL CAL pH
BUFFER2
4.00 >
DOWN
The controller will read the pH value,
averaging a number of results to get a
stable calibration value.
Please wait for the controller to complete
the measurement
When complete, the controller will report
the measured value
Use the UP and DOWN keys to adjust
the reading until it agrees with the actual
buffer pH value
Then press
to move the
cursor to the RH position
Then press DOWN to store the value and
complete the Manual Calibration
After 5 seconds, the controller will
compute the slope of the calibration, the
estimated probe efficiency and the probe
temperature.
SLOPE 61.22MV/pH
EFF 95% 24.8C
If the calibration is OK, use the
key
to move the cursor over the Y text and
press the down key.
If the calibration did not appear to be
correct, press the DOWN key
which will return back to the Manual
Cal menu.
MANUAL CAL pH
STORE?
DOWN
Y N
MANUAL CAL pH
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Press DOWN to store the calibration
data and return back to the Manual
Cal menu so the user can select
another function.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
pH - Calibration Menu - Manual Calibrate 4.1
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pH - Calibration Menu - Auto Calibrate 4.2
7.15pH 25.0C
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
MANUAL CAL pH
DOWN
AUTO CAL pH
Place the probe in the first buffer solution,
be sure to clean and rinse the Probe first
with D.I. water and then insert it in the 7.00
buffer.
IF BUFFER1 READY
PRESS 'DOWN'
DOWN
Press
RUNNING AUTO CAL
BUFFER1 WAIT...
If an erros occurs, the controller will indicate a
"BUFFER ERROR" alarm. This could be caused by
- using a defective buffer
- incorrect probe wiring
- defective probe
BUFFER ERROR
CONTINUE
Press
to return to the Auto cal menu, try to
correct the problem and calibrate again, or go to the
diagnotics menus to test the probe
see Section 4.16
AUTO CAL pH
BUFFER1
This example shows an AUTO
calibration with buffers of 7pH & 4pH.
When performing an auto calibration,
any two standard buffers of 4.00, 7.00
or 10.00 pH can be used. The buffers
will be automatically recognized if the
probe measures them within +/- 1 pH
of their nominal value.
DOWN
The controller will read the pH value,
averaging a number of results to get a
stable calibration value.
Please wait for the controller to complete
the measurement
7.00 >
When complete, the controller will report
the measured value
Press the
DOWN
>
DOWN
key to move to Buffer 2
Place the probe in the second buffer
solution.Be sure to clean and rinse the
Probe first with D.I. water and then insert
it in the 4.00 buffer.
Press the DOWN key
IF BUFFER2 READY
PRESS 'DOWN'
DOWN
The controller will read the pH value,
averaging a number of results to get a
stable calibration value.
RUNNING AUTO CAL
BUFFER2 WAIT...
Please wait for the controller to complete
the measurement
If an erros occurs, the controller will indicate a
"BUFFER ERROR" alarm. This could be caused by
- using the same buffer twice
- using a defective buffer
- incorrect probe wiring
- defective probe
BUFFER ERROR
CONTINUE
Press
to return to the Auto cal menu, try to
correct the problem and calibrate again, or go to the
diagnotics menus to test the probe
AUTO CAL pH
BUFFER2
4.00 >
>
When complete, the controller will report the
measured value
DOWN
After 5 seconds, the controller will
compute the slope of the calibration, the
estimated probe efficiency and the probe
temperature.
SLOPE 61.22MV/pH
EFF 95% 24.8C
If the calibration is OK, use the
key to
move the cursor over the Y text and press the
down key.
If the calibration did not appear to
be correct, press the DOWN key
which will return back to the Auto cal
menu.
AUTO CAL pH
STORE?
DOWN
Y N
AUTO CAL pH
STORE?
DOWN
Y N
This will store the calibration
data and return back to the
Auto cal setup so the user
can select another function.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
pH - Calibration Menu - Auto Calibrate 4.2
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pH - Calibration Menu - Temperature Calibration 4.3
7.15pH 25.0C
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
MANUAL CAL pH
If the Temperature Compensation Override is set to ON
(see section 4.11), the Shark cannot calibrate the
temperature sensor. This display will appear to alert the
user to the condition.
DOWN
AUTO CAL pH
DOWN
TEMP CALIBRATION
TEMP CALIBRATION
TEMP O/R ON
>
DOWN
The controller displays the current probe
temperature.
If this incorrect, the controller can be
adjusted to compensate.
TEMP CALIBRATION
22.4C
>
DOWN
TEMP CALIBRATION
22. 4 C
UP
Press the
key once which will move
the cursor over the least sign. digit of the
temperature display.
>
Use the UP and DOWN to adjust
the reading until it agrees with the
known temperature of the probe
DOWN
TEMP CALIBRATION
25. 0 C
>
TEMP CALIBRATION
25.0C
>
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of
temperature display.
Press the DOWN key to accept the
reading and move to the store function
DOWN
T FACTOR SHIFTED
If the calibration does not appear to
be correct, press the DOWN key
which will return back to the Temp
Calibration menu.
TEMP CALIBRATION
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
"T FACTOR SHIFTED" will be
displayed for 5 seconds to indicate that
the temperature sensor has been
calibrated.
The Shark will then move to the store
function.
TEMP CALIBRATION
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
This will store the calibration data
and return back to the Temp
Calibration setup so the user can
select another function.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
pH - Calibration Menu - Temperature Calibration 4.3
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pH - Utilities Menu - Manual Test Mode 4.4
7.15pH 25.0C
Manual Test Mode is used to simulate a process reading
in order to verify the correct response of the output.
When in the Manual Test Mode, the output IS no longer
placed on hold as it is when in the rest of the menu.
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
MANUAL TEST MODE
TEST
7.00 >
12.0mA
Press the
key once which will
move the cursor over the least digit of the
simulated process value.
DOWN
TEST
7.0 0 >
12.0mA
UP
Use the UP and DOWN keys to change
the simulated process value.
DOWN
TEST
13.1 5 >
19.0mA
The 4 to 20 mA output will follow the process
value change.
The 4-20 mA output will track
the change in process value
TEST
13.1 5 >
19.0mA
TEST
13.15 >
19.0mA
Press the
key once to
move the cursor to the RH side
of the display
Press the DOWN key to return to the
MANUAL TEST MODE menu
DOWN
NOTE:
When the user exits the Manual Test Mode, the 4-20mA
output will remain in the Test Mode state until the operator
enters the run mode. The output will then revert back to
the previous On-line state.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
pH - Utilities Menu - Manual Test Mode 4.4
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pH - Utilities Menu - Meter Selection 4.5
7.15pH 25.0C
RUN MODE
The Meter Selection menu is used to select the meter type that the
controller is configured for, either pH, ORP, Conductivity or FLow.
Once selected, the controller will initialize itself for the selected meter's
functionality and move to run mode.
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
MANUAL TEST MODE
Press the
key to initialize the
controller as a pH meter.
DOWN
METER SELECTION
PH
ORP
PH
INITIALIZE?
DOWN
Y N
DOWN
Press the
key to initialize the
controller as an ORP meter
O RP
CONDUCTIVITY
ORP
INITIALIZE?
DOWN
To reset the controller back to all
the factory default values, reselect
the current meter type
Y N
DOWN
Press the
key to initialize the
controller as a Conductivity meter
CONDUCTIVITY
INITIALIZE?
C ONDUCTIVITY
FLOW
DOWN
Y N
DOWN
Press the
key to initialize the
controller as a Flow meter
FLOW
INITIALIZE?
F LOW
EXIT
DOWN
Y N
DOWN
Press the
key to Exit and
return to the Utilities menu
E XIT
PH
If you do not wish to initialize to this
type of meter after all, then press DOWN
key to return back to the Meter
Selection menu
DOWN
If you do wish to initialize to this
type of meter, press the
key to highlight the Y character
Then press DOWN
The controller will initialize itself for a
specific meter
PH
INITIALIZE?
Y N
DOWN
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
pH - Utilities Menu - Meter Selection 4.5
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pH - Setup Menu - Probe Select 4.6
7.15pH 25.0C
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
PROBE SELECT will allow the user to select
whether the probe is a 2 or 4 wire
combination probe, or a 5 wire differential
probe.
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
PROBE SELECT
PROBE SELECT
DIFFERENTIAL
>
DOWN
Use the UP or DOWN keys to scroll through
the probe types available.
In this case, the user can select
- the 2 or 4 wire combination probe
- the 5 wire differential probe
PROBE SELECT
D IFFERENTIAL
Note:
If using the 2 wire Combination Probe (which
doesn't have a temperature sensor), T COMP
OVERRIDE must be set to ON, and the actual
probe temperature set through the T COMP
OVERRIDE menu.
(see sec. 4.11)
UP
DOWN
Once the correct probe type is selected,
move to the store function to save the
selection
PROBE SELECT
C OMBINATION
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of the
display.
PROBE SELECT
COMBINATION
>
DOWN
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
key will NOT store the selection, but
simply return to the PROBE SELECT PROBE SELECT
Menu. This function is useful if you
STORE?
wish to view the current selection
without making any changes.
Not stored
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over the first character of the
probe type.
Or press the
the Y character.
Y N
Press the DOWN key to accept the
setting and move to the store function
key to highlight
PROBE SELECT
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Stored
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to the PROBE
SELECT Menu.
Note: Refer to Appendix A - Probe
Configuration Table
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
pH - Setup Menu - Probe Select 4.6
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pH - Setup Menu -Temp Unit 4.7
7.15pH 25.0C
RUN MODE
TEMP UNIT allows the user to select either
Degrees Centigrade or Fahrenheit units for
display
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
PROBE SELECT
DOWN
TEMP UNIT
TEMP UNIT
DEGREE C
>
TEMP UNIT
DEGREE C
UP
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over the unit type, C or F.
>
Use the
DOWN
TEMP UNIT
DEGREE F
>
TEMP UNIT
DEGREE F
>
DOWN
or
UP
Y N
to select C or F
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of the
display.
Press the DOWN key to accept the
change and move to the store function
Or press the
the Y character.
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
TEMP UNIT
key will NOT store the selection, but
STORE?
simply return to the TEMP UNIT
DOWN
Selection Menu. This function is useful if
you wish to view the current selection
Not stored
without making any changes.
DOWN
key to highlight
TEMP UNIT
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Stored
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to the TEMP UNIT
Selection Menu.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
pH - Setup Menu - Temp Unit 4.7
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pH - Setup Menu - Temp. Sensor 4.8
7.15pH 25.0C
RUN MODE
TEMP SENSOR allows the user to select the
type of temperature sensor used the in the
probe.
DOWN
CALIBRATION
The factory default for pH is a 300 Ω NTC
Thermistor. The user can also select a 3000 Ω
NTC Thermistor or a 1000 RTD.
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
PROBE SELECT
DOWN
TEMP UNIT
TEMP SENSOR
TEMP SENSOR
300 Ω NTC
>
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over to the sensor type.
Use the
UP
sensor type
TEMP SENSOR
3 00 Ω NTC
UP
>
DOWN
TEMP SENSOR
1 000 Ω RTD
UP
or
DOWN
to select the
Once the correct Sensor has
been selected press the
key once which will move the
cursor back to the RH side of
the display.
>
DOWN
TEMP SENSOR
3 000 Ω NTC
>
TEMP SENSOR
300 Ω NTC
>
DOWN
Press the DOWN key to accept the
change and move to the store function
Or press the
the Y character.
TEMP SENSOR
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
STORE?
key will NOT store the selection, but
DOWN
simply return to the TEMP SENSOR
Selection Menu. This function is useful if
you wish to view the current selection
Not stored
without making any changes.
Y N
key to highlight
TEMP SENSOR
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Stored
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to the TEMP
SENSOR Selection Menu.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
pH - Setup Menu - Temp. Sensor 4.8
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pH - Setup Menu - Auto Return 4.9
7.15pH 25.0C
RUN MODE
AUTO RETURN is used to select what conditions will
cause the controller to time-out of the operations
menu
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
MENU ON will cause the controller to exit the menu and
revert back to the online run mode after 10 minutes with no
buttons pressed. This feature ensures that if a user forgets
to return back to run mode, the controller will not be left in
an offline state. If for some reason, the user would like to
remain in the menu mode for extended periods of time, the
AUTO RETURN function can be set to "OFF".
PROBE SELECTION
DOWN
TEMP UNIT
DOWN
TEMP SENSOR
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
AUTO RETURN
MENU ON
To change the MENU
RETURN setting,
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor to
the ON or OFF text
>
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
MENU O N
UP
>
AUTO RETURN
MENU O FF
>
AUTO RETURN
MENU OFF
>
Or press the
the Y character.
AUTO RETURN
STORE?
DOWN
Not stored
Y N
AUTO RETURN
STORE?
DOWN
Stored
Press the
key
once which will move
the cursor back to the
RH side of the display.
Press the DOWN key to
accept the change and move
to the STORE function
DOWN
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
key will NOT store the selection, but
simply return to the AUTO RETURN
Selection Menu. This function is useful if
you wish to view the current selection
without making any changes.
Use the UP or DOWN
keys to select either ON or
OFF.
DOWN
key to highlight
Y N
Then press the DOWN key to
store the selection and return
to the Auto Return Selection
Menu.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
pH - Setup Menu - Auto Return 4.9
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pH - Setup Menu - T.Comp Override 4.10
7.15pH 25.0C
RUN MODE
Temperature Compensation Override is used to manually set
the actual probe or process temperature. This is useful if the
probe does not have a temperature sensor or if the process
temperature is constant. When the override is enabled, the
controller will use the selected temperature when performing
temperature compensation calculations.
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
PROBE SELECTION
DOWN
TEMP UNIT
DOWN
TEMP SENSOR
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor to
the ON or OFF text
DOWN
T.COMP OVERRIDE
T.COMP OVERRIDE
COMPENSATE OFF
>
DOWN
T.COMP OVERRIDE
COMPENSATE O FF
>
UP
Use the UP or DOWN keys to
select either ON or OFF.
DOWN
T.COMP OVERRIDE
COMPENSATE O N
>
T.COMP OVERRIDE
COMPENSATE O N
>
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of the
display.
DOWN
Press the DOWN key to accept the
change and move to the Temperature
Entry function
The user can now enter the actual
probe or process temperature
T.COMP OVERRIDE
TEMP 25.4C
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over the least significant digit
of the temperature display.
>
DOWN
T.COMP OVERRIDE
TEMP 25. 4 C
UP
>
Use the UP and DOWN to
adjust the reading until it agrees
with the known temperature of the
probe or process
DOWN
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of
temperature display.
T.COMP OVERRIDE
TEMP 35. 7 C
>
T.COMP OVERRIDE
TEMP 35.7C
>
DOWN
Press the DOWN key to accept the
reading and move to the store function
If you wish to save the setting, press the
key to highlight the Y character
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
key will NOT store the selection, but
simply return to the T. Comp Override
Menu. This function is useful if you wish
to view the current selection without
making any changes.
T.COMP OVERRIDE
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Not stored
pH - Setup Menu - T.Comp Override 4.10
T.COMP OVERRIDE
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Stored
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to the T. COMP
OVERRIDE Menu.
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pH - Setup Menu - Display Damping 4.11
7.15pH 25.0C
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
The Display Damping menu allows the user to adjust
the rate at which the display and the output is
updated. This allows the user to dampen out
unstable process readings.
The damping can be set from 0 seconds to 10
seconds. (default value is 0 sec.)
DOWN
SETUP
PROBE SELECTION
DOWN
TEMP UNIT
DOWN
TEMP SENSOR
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
DOWN
T.COMP OVERRIDE
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over the seconds digit
DOWN
DISPLAY DAMPING
DISPLAY DAMPING
UPDATE 0SEC
>
DOWN
DISPLAY DAMPING
UPDATE 0 SEC
UP
>
DOWN
Use the UP and DOWN to adjust
the damping time, the default
setting is 0 seconds.
The setting can be adjusted from 0
to 10 seconds.
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor back
to the RH side of the display.
DISPLAY DAMPING
UPDATE 1 0 SEC
>
DISPLAY DAMPING
UPDATE 10 SEC
>
Press the DOWN key to accept the
setting and move to the store function
DOWN
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
DISPLAY DAMPING
key will NOT store the selection, but
STORE?
Y N
simply return to the Display Damping
DOWN
Menu. This function is useful if you wish
to view the current selection without
making any changes.
If you wish to save the setting, press the
key to highlight the Y character
DISPLAY DAMPING
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Not stored
Stored
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to the Display
Damping Menu.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
pH - Setup Menu - Display Damping 4.11
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pH - Diagnostics Menu - Firmware Rev 4.12
7.15pH 25.0C
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
The FIRMWARE REV menu allows the user to see what revision of
the firmware is currently installed in the controller. This is a Read
Only menu item.
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
DOWN
DIAGNOSTICS
FIRMWARE REV.
FIRMWARE REV.
1.00
DOWN
pH - Diagnostics Menu - Firmware Rev 4.12
NOTE
>
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
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pH - Diagnostics Menu - Calibration Data 4.13
7.15pH 25.0C
RUN MODE
The Calibration Data menu is a series of read only screens which
allow the user to view the data collected during the last calibration.
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
DOWN
DIAGNOSTICS
FIRMWARE REV.
DOWN
CALIBRATION DATA
Press
to view the first
Calibration Data screen.
CALIBRATION DATA
MODE 2PT
>
Press DOWN to view the next
Calibration Data screen.
DOWN
CALIBRATION DATA
1P 7.00/ -19
Calibration Mode
2 point calibration
>
1st POINT PH = 7.00
INPUT FROM PROBE = - 19 mV
>
2nd POINT PH = 4.00
INPUT FROM PROBE = + 143 mV
>
Probe Temperature at which
calibration was performed = 19.4°C
>
Calculated slope based on 2
point calibration = 59.16 mV/pH
>
Calculated efficiency based on 2
point calibration = 91 %
DOWN
CALIBRATION DATA
2P 4.00/ 143
DOWN
CALIBRATION DATA
CAL TEMP 19.4C
DOWN
CAL SLOPE
59.16MV/PH
DOWN
CAL EFFICIENCY
EFF 91%
DOWN
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
pH - Diagnostics Menu - Calibration Data 4.13
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pH - Diagnostics Menu - Sensor Input 4.14
7.15pH 25.0C
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
The Sensor Input Menu allows the user to view real time, uncompensated
process data from the probe.
This is a Read only menu item.
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
DOWN
DIAGNOSTICS
FIRMWARE REV.
DOWN
CALIBRATION DATA
DOWN
SENSOR INPUT
Press
to view the
Sensor Input data.
PROBE -18mV
TEMP 331Ω
The top line shows the mV input from the probe
The bottom line shows the actual value of the
temperature sensor in ohms.
>
DOWN
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Troubleshooting a pH probe using the sensor input
Sensor input displays the uncompensated sensor input data. The pH probe values are displayed in mV (millivolts). The temperature sensor value is displayed in Ω (ohm).
Connect the pH probe as per Probe Configuration Table in Appendix A.
1. Place the probe in buffer 7pH (allow temperature to stabilize)
• Probe should read 0mV [±50mV]
• Temperature should read 300Ω [±50Ω] @ 25°C
• Record both of these numbers.
2. Place the probe in buffer 4pH
• Probe should read +160mV more than probe value at 7pH
• Temperature should read the same as in 7pH
3. Place the probe in buffer 10pH
• Probe should read -160mV less then probe value at 7pH
• Temperature should read the same as in 7pH
pH - Diagnostics Menu - Sensor Input 4.14
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pH - Output Menu - 4-20mA Output 4.15
RUN MODE
7.15pH 25.0C
The Transmitter has a single 4-20mA output, electrically
isolated from the ground. The output can source current into a
maximum of 800 ohms. See Section 3.9 for wiring diagram.
The channel has a fully adjustable 4 & 20 mA output
adjustments. This will enable the operator to span the output
over the desired range.
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
DOWN
DIAGNOSTICS
The example below shows the 4-20 mA set to 4mA =7.00pH and 20mA = 14pH.
The output would then span 4 to 20 mA for a pH swing of 7.0 to 14.0.
Note that the span can reversed, in that 4 mA can be set to a high pH value, and 20
mA can be set to a low pH value, effectively reversing the control direction.
DOWN
OUTPUT
4-20mA
If you wish to change the setting,
press the
key once which will move the cursor
to the first character of the value to be changed
4-20mA PROC
4mA OUT 0.00
>
DOWN
4-20mA PROC
4mA OUT 0.0 0
UP
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
>
DOWN
4-20mA PROC
4mA OUT 7.0 0
>
4-20mA PROC
4mA OUT 7.00
>
If you wish to change the setting,
press the
key once which will move the cursor
to the first character of the value to be changed
>
4-20mA PROC
STORE?
Not stored
DOWN
Stored
4-20mA PROC
20mA OUT 14.0 0
UP
The TUNE value can be adjusted over the
range from 0 to 1000, these are unitless
numbers used for tuning purposes only.
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
key will NOT store the selection, but
simply return to the OUTPUT Menu. This
function is useful if you wish to view the
current selection without making any
changes.
DOWN
>
DOWN
4-20mA PROC
20mA OUT 14.0 0
>
4-20mA PROC
20mA OUT 14.00
>
Use the UP and DOWN
keys to change the setting
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of the
display.
Press the DOWN key to accept the
setting and move to the next setting
DOWN
If you wish to change the setting,
press the
key once which will move the cursor
to the first character of the value to be changed
4-20mA PROC
20mA TUNE 512
DOWN
Y N
Or press the
key to highlight
the Y character
>
4-20mA PROC
20mA TUNE 51 2
UP
>
DOWN
4-20mA PROC
20mA TUNE 54 0
>
4-20mA PROC
20mA TUNE 54 0
>
DOWN
4-20mA PROC
STORE?
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor back
to the RH side of the display.
Press the DOWN key to accept the
setting and move to the next
setting
DOWN
The TUNE fuction allows the user to precisely
adjust the 4-20 ma output to compensate for
any errors in the output circuitry. Normally,
fine tuning the 4-20mA output is not
4-20mA PROC
necessary.
20mA OUT 14.00
To make the adjustment, place an accurate
DOWN
current meter in series with the 4-20 mA
output, with the appropriate loads connected.
When the TUNE menu is selected, the
controller puts 20 mA out the terminals. Use
the UP or DOWN keys to adjust the 20mA
output to get exactly 20.
Use the UP and DOWN
keys to change the setting
Use the UP and DOWN
keys to change the setting
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of the
display.
Press the DOWN key to accept the
setting and move to the next setting
Y N
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to the OUTPUT
menu
pH - Output Menu - 4-20mA Output 4.15
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Section 5 - Using the Transmitter in ORP Mode
1/4" TURN SCREWS
(FOR SHARKTX ONLY)
2 LINE, 16 CHARACTER
LCD DISPLAY
MAIN MENU INTERFACE
SCREEN
UNIT LABEL
LABEL TO INDICATE UNIT OF
MEASURE SHARK IS
CONFIGURED FOR.
SIMPLE THREE-BUTTON INTERFACE
FOR FAST & EASY SETUP
(REFER TO SECTIONS 5.0 TO 5.13)
Section 5 - Using the Transmitter in ORP Mode
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ORP - Menu Overview 5.0
RUN MODE
500mV 25.0C
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
MANUAL CALIBRATE
ORP PROBE
SEC. 5.1
MANUAL CAL ORP
UTILITIES
DOWN
DOWN
TEMP CALIBRATION
DOWN
EXIT
SETUP
DOWN
DIAGNOSTICS
CALIBRATE TEMP.
SENSOR IN ORP PROBE
SEC. 5.2
DOWN
DOWN
OUTPUT
DOWN
MANUAL TEST MODE
EXIT
DOWN
DOWN
PROBE SELECT
DOWN
TEMP UNIT
SELECT TYPE OF
ORP PROBE
SEC. 5.5
SELECT DEG C OR DEG F
SEC 5.6
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
DOWN
T. DISP OVERRIDE
DOWN
DISPLAY DAMPING
DOWN
SELECT TYPE
OF METER
SEC. 5.4
METER SELECTION
DOWN
EXIT
DOWN
DOWN
TEMP SENSOR
SIMULATE PROCESS
VERIFY OUTPUTS
SEC. 5.3
SELECT TYPE OF
TEMP SENSOR
SEC. 5.7
ENABLE TIME OUT
FROM MENU
SEC. 5.8
DISABLE TEMPERATURE DISPLAY
ON LCD AND LED DISPLAYS
SEC 5.9
SETUP DISPLAY AND
OUTPUT RESPONSE TIME
SEC 5.10
EXIT
DOWN
FIRMWARE REV
DOWN
CALIBRATION DATA
DOWN
SENSOR INPUT
DOWN
DISPLAY
FIRMWAVE REVISION
SEC. 5.11
DISPLAY PREVIOUS
CALIBRATION DATA
SEC 5.12
DISPLAY UNCALIBRATED
PROBE DATA
SEC 5.13
EXIT
DOWN
4-20mA
DOWN
SETUP
4-20 mA OUTPUT
SEC 5.14
EXIT
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
DOWN
ORP - Menu Overview 5.0
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ORP - Calibration Menu - Manual Calibrate 5.1
500mV 25.0C
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
MANUAL CAL ORP
Place the probe in the buffer solution, be sure
to clean and rinse the Probe first with D.I.
water and then insert it in the mV buffer.
IF BUFFER READY
PRESS ©DOWN©
Press
DOWN
DOWN
The controller will read the mV value, averaging a
number of results to get a stable calibration value.
RUNNING MANU CAL
BUFFER WAIT...
Please wait for the controller to
complete the measurement
MANUAL CAL ORP
BUFFER 50 0
UP
>
DOWN
Use the UP and DOWN keys to
adjust the reading until it agrees with
the actual buffer mV value
MANUAL CAL ORP
BUFFER 60 0
>
MANUAL CAL ORP
BUFFER 600
>
DOWN
BUFFER 600mV
TEMP 25.0C
When complete, the controller will
report the measured value
Then press
to move
the cursor to the RH position
The controller will display the mV value and the
probe temperature for 5 seconds.
If the T.DISPLAY O/R is enabled, the display will
show. TEMP O/R ON
If the calibration is OK, use the
key to move the cursor over the Y
text and press the down key.
If the calibration did not appear
to be correct, press the DOWN
key which will return back to the
Manual Cal menu.
MANUAL CAL ORP
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
MANUAL CAL ORP
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Press DOWN to store the
calibration data and return
back to the Manual Cal menu
so the user can select another
function.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
ORP - Calibration Menu - Manual Calibrate 5.1
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ORP - Calibration Menu - Temp. Calibration 5.2
500mV 25.0C
RUN MODE
If the Temperature Display Override is set to ON (see
section 5.10), the Shark cannot calibrate the temperature
sensor. This display will appear to alert the user to the
condition.
DOWN
CALIBRATION
MANUAL CAL ORP
DOWN
TEMP CALIBRATION
TEMP CALIBRATION
TEMP O/R ON
>
DOWN
The controller displays the current probe
temperature.
If this incorrect, the controller can be
adjusted to compensate.
TEMP CALIBRATION
22.4C
>
DOWN
TEMP CALIBRATION
22. 4 C
UP
Press the
key once which will move
the cursor over the least sign. digit of the
temperature display.
>
Use the UP and DOWN to adjust
the reading until it agrees with the
known temperature of the probe
DOWN
TEMP CALIBRATION
25. 0 C
>
TEMP CALIBRATION
25.0C
>
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of
temperature display.
Press the DOWN key to accept the
reading and move to the store function
DOWN
T FACTOR SHIFTED
If the calibration did not appear to
be correct, press the DOWN key
which will return back to the Temp
Calibration menu.
TEMP CALIBRATION
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
"T FACTOR SHIFTED" will be
displayed for 5 seconds to indicate that
the temperature sensor has been
calibrated.
The Shark will then move to the store
function.
TEMP CALIBRATION
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
This will store the calibration data
and return back to the Temp
Calibration setup so the user can
select another function.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
ORP - Calibration Menu - Temp. Calibration 5.2
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ORP - Utilities Menu - Manual Test Mode 5.3
500mV 25.0C
Manual Test Mode is used to simulate a process reading
in order to verify the correct response of the output.
When in the Manual Test Mode, the outputs is no longer
placed on hold as it is when in the rest of the menu.
RUN MODE
DOWN
The range is 0 to +1000mV.
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
MANUAL TEST MODE
TEST
500 >
12.0mA
Press the
key once which will
move the cursor over the least digit of the
simulated process value.
DOWN
TEST
50 0 >
12.0mA
UP
Use the UP and DOWN keys to change
the simulated process value.
DOWN
TEST
80 0 >
16.8mA
The 4-20 mA output will follow the process
value change.
The 4-20 mA output will track
the change in process value
TEST
50 0 >
12.0mA
TEST
500 >
12.0mA
Press the
key once to
move the cursor to the RH side
of the display
Press the DOWN key to return to the
MANUAL TEST MODE menu
DOWN
NOTE:
When the user exits the Manual Test Mode, the 4-20mA
output will remain in the Test Mode state until the operator
enters the run mode. The output will then revert back to
the previous On-line state.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
ORP - Utilities Menu - Manual Test Mode 5.3
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ORP - Utilities Menu - Meter Selection 5.4
500mV 25.0C
The Meter Selection menu is used to select the meter type that the
controller is configured for, either pH, ORP, Conductivity or FLow.
Once selected, the controller will initialize itself for the selected meter's
functionality and move to run mode.
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
MANUAL TEST MODE
Press the
key to initialize the
controller as a pH meter.
DOWN
METER SELECTION
PH
ORP
PH
INITIALIZE?
DOWN
Y N
DOWN
Press the
key to initialize the
controller as an ORP meter
O RP
CONDUCTIVITY
ORP
INITIALIZE?
DOWN
To reset the controller back to all
the factory default values, reselect
the current meter type
Y N
DOWN
Press the
key to initialize the
controller as a Conductivity meter
CONDUCTIVITY
INITIALIZE?
C ONDUCTIVITY
FLOW
DOWN
Y N
DOWN
Press the
key to initialize the
controller as a Flow meter
F LOW
EXIT
FLOW
INITIALIZE?
DOWN
Y N
DOWN
Press the
key to Exit and
return to the Utilities menu
E XIT
PH
If you do not wish to initialize to this
type of meter after all, then press DOWN
key to return back to the Meter
Selection menu
DOWN
If you do wish to initialize to this
type of meter, press the
key to highlight the Y character
Then press DOWN
The controller will initialize itself for a
specific meter
ORP
INITIALIZE?
Y N
DOWN
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
ORP - Utilities Menu - Meter Selection 5.4
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ORP - Setup Menu - Probe Select 5.5
500mV 25.0C
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
PROBE SELECT will allow the user to select
whether the probe is a 2 or 4 wire
combination probe, or a 5 wire differential
probe.
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
PROBE SELECT
PROBE SELECT
DIFFERENTIAL
>
DOWN
Use the UP or DOWN keys to scroll through
the probe styles available.
In this case, the user can select
- the 2 or 4 wire combination probe
- the 5 wire differential probe
PROBE SELECT
D IFFERENTIAL
Note:
If using the 2 wire Combination Probe (which
doesn't have a temperature sensor), T DISP
OVERRIDE must be set to ON, and the actual
probe temperature set through the T DISP
OVERRIDE menu.
(see sec. 5.10)
UP
DOWN
Once the correct style probe is selected,
move to the store function to save the
selection
PROBE SELECT
C OMBINATION
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of the
display.
PROBE SELECT
COMBINATION
>
DOWN
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
key will NOT store the selection, but
simply return to the PROBE SELECT PROBE SELECT
Menu. This function is useful if you
STORE?
wish to view the current selection
without making any changes.
Not stored
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over the first character of the
probe type.
Or press the
the Y character.
Y N
Press the DOWN key to accept the
setting and move to the store function
key to highlight
PROBE SELECT
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Stored
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to the PROBE
SELECT Menu.
Note: Refer to Appendix A - Probe
Configuration Table
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
ORP - Setup Menu - Probe Select 5.5
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ORP - Setup Menu - Temp. Unit 5.6
500mV 25.0C
RUN MODE
TEMP UNIT allows the user to select either
Degrees Centigrade or Fahrenheit units for
display
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
PROBE SELECT
DOWN
TEMP UNIT
TEMP UNIT
DEGREE C
>
TEMP UNIT
DEGREE C
UP
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over the unit type, C or F.
>
Use the
DOWN
TEMP UNIT
DEGREE F
>
TEMP UNIT
DEGREE F
>
DOWN
or
UP
Y N
to select C or F
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of the
display.
Press the DOWN key to accept the
change and move to the store function
Or press the
the Y character.
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
TEMP UNIT
key will NOT store the selection, but
STORE?
simply return to the TEMP UNIT
DOWN
Selection Menu. This function is useful if
you wish to view the current selection
Not stored
without making any changes.
DOWN
key to highlight
TEMP UNIT
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Stored
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to the TEMP UNIT
Selection Menu.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
ORP - Setup Menu - Temp. Unit 5.6
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ORP - Setup Menu - Temp. Sensor 5.7
500mV 25.0C
RUN MODE
TEMP SENSOR allows the user to select the
type of temperature sensor used in the probe.
DOWN
CALIBRATION
The factory default for ORP is a 300 NTC
Thermistor. The user can also select a 3000
NTC Thermistor or a 1000 RTD.
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
PROBE SELECT
DOWN
TEMP UNIT
TEMP SENSOR
TEMP SENSOR
300 NTC
>
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over to the sensor type.
Use the
UP
sensor type
TEMP SENSOR
3 00 Ω NTC
UP
>
DOWN
TEMP SENSOR
1 000 Ω RTD
UP
or
DOWN
to select the
Once the correct Sensor has
been selected press the
key once which will move the
cursor back to the RH side of
the display.
>
DOWN
TEMP SENSOR
3 000 Ω NTC
>
TEMP SENSOR
300 NTC
>
DOWN
Press the DOWN key to accept the
change and move to the store function
Or press the
the Y character.
TEMP SENSOR
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
STORE?
key will NOT store the selection, but
DOWN
simply return to the TEMP SENSOR
Selection Menu. This function is useful if
you wish to view the current selection
Not stored
without making any changes.
Y N
key to highlight
TEMP SENSOR
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Stored
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to the TEMP
SENSOR Selection Menu.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
ORP - Setup Menu - Temp. Sensor 5.7
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ORP - Setup Menu - Auto Return 5.8
500mV 25.0C
RUN MODE
DOWN
AUTO RETURN is used to select what conditions will
cause the controller to time-out of the operations
menu
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
MENU ON will cause the controller to exit the menu and
revert back to the online run mode after 10 minutes with no
buttons pressed. This feature ensures that if a user forgets
to return back to run mode, the controller will not be left in
an offline state. If for some reason, the user would like to
remain in the menu mode for extended periods of time, the
AUTO RETURN function can be set to "OFF".
PROBE SELECTION
DOWN
TEMP UNIT
DOWN
TEMP SENSOR
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
AUTO RETURN
MENU ON
To change the MENU
RETURN setting,
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor to
the ON or OFF text
>
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
MENU O N
UP
>
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
MENU O FF
>
AUTO RETURN
MENU OFF
>
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
key will NOT store the selection, but
simply return to the AUTO RETURN
Selection Menu. This function is useful if
you wish to view the current selection
without making any changes.
AUTO RETURN
STORE?
DOWN
Not stored
Y N
AUTO RETURN
STORE?
DOWN
Stored
Press the
key
once which will move
the cursor back to the
RH side of the display.
Press the DOWN key to
accept the change and move
to the STORE function
DOWN
Or press the
the Y character.
Use the UP or DOWN
keys to select either ON or
OFF.
key to highlight
Y N
Then press the DOWN key to
store the selection and return
to the Auto Return Selection
Menu.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
ORP - Setup Menu - Auto Return 5.8
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ORP - Setup Menu - Temp. Display Override 5.9
500mV 25.0C
RUN MODE
T. Display Override is used to blank the Temperature Display
on the LCD menu and place 4 dots on the LED menu when
Temp display is requested.This is to ensure the user isn't
shown a temperature value that isn't valid.
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
PROBE SELECTION
DOWN
TEMP UNIT
DOWN
TEMP SENSOR
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor to
the ON or OFF text
DOWN
T. DISP OVERRIDE
T. DISP OVERRIDE
OVERRIDE OFF
>
DOWN
T. DISP OVERRIDE
OVERRIDE
O FF
UP
>
DOWN
T. DISP OVERRIDE
OVERRIDE
ON
>
T. DISP OVERRIDE
OVERRIDE
ON
>
Use the UP or DOWN keys to
select either ON or OFF.
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of the
display.
Press the DOWN key to accept the
change and move to the store function
DOWN
If you wish to save the setting, press the
key to highlight the Y character
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
key will NOT store the selection, but
simply return to the T. Disp. Override
Menu. This function is useful if you wish
to view the current selection without
making any changes.
T.COMP OVERRIDE
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Not stored
T.COMP OVERRIDE
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Stored
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to the T. DISP
OVERRIDE Menu.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
ORP - Setup Menu - Temp. Display Override 5.9
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ORP - Setup Menu - Display Damping 5.10
500mV 25.0C
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
The Display Damping menu allows the user to adjust
the rate at which the display and the output is
updated. This allows the user to dampen out
unstable process readings.
The damping can be set from 0 seconds to 10
seconds. (default value is 0 sec.)
DOWN
SETUP
PROBE SELECTION
DOWN
TEMP UNIT
DOWN
TEMP SENSOR
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
DOWN
T. DISP OVERRIDE
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over the seconds digit
DOWN
DISPLAY DAMPING
DISPLAY DAMPING
UPDATE 0SEC
>
DOWN
DISPLAY DAMPING
UPDATE 0 SEC
UP
>
DOWN
Use the UP and DOWN to adjust
the damping time, the default
setting is 0 seconds.
The setting can be adjusted from 0
to 10 seconds.
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor back
to the RH side of the display.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
DISPLAY DAMPING
UPDATE 1 0 SEC
>
DISPLAY DAMPING
UPDATE 10 SEC
>
Press the DOWN key to accept the
setting and move to the store function
DOWN
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
DISPLAY DAMPING
key will NOT store the selection, but
STORE?
Y N
simply return to the Display Damping
DOWN
Menu. This function is useful if you wish
to view the current selection without
making any changes.
If you wish to save the setting, press the
key to highlight the Y character
DISPLAY DAMPING
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Not stored
ORP - Setup Menu - Display Damping 5.10
Stored
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to the Display
Damping Menu.
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ORP - Diagnostics Menu - Firmware Rev 5.11
500mV 25.0C
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
The FIRMWARE REV menu allows the user to see what revision of
the firmware is currently installed in the controller. This is a Read
Only menu item.
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
DOWN
DIAGNOSTICS
FIRMWARE REV.
FIRMWARE REV.
1.00
DOWN
ORP - Diagnostics Menu - Firmware Rev 5.11
NOTE
>
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
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ORP - Diagnostics Menu - Calibration Data 5.12
500mV 25.0C
RUN MODE
The Calibration Data menu is a series of read only screens which
allow the user to view the data collected during the last calibration.
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
DOWN
DIAGNOSTICS
FIRMWARE REV.
DOWN
CALIBRATION DATA
Press
to view the first
Calibration Data screen.
CALIBRATION DATA
MODE 1PT
>
Press DOWN to view the next
Calibration Data screen.
DOWN
CALIBRATION DATA
600mV
Calibration Mode
1 point calibration
1st POINT 600mV
>
DOWN
CALIBRATION DATA
CAL TEMP 19.4C
>
Probe Temperature at which
calibration was performed = 19.4 C
DOWN
If the Temperature Display
Override is ON (Section 5.10),
the display will show
CALIBRATION DATA
TEMP O/R ON
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
ORP - Diagnostics Menu - Calibration Data 5.12
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ORP - Diagnostics Menu - Sensor Input 5.13
500mV 25.0C
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
The Sensor Input Menu allows the user to view real time, uncompensated
process data from the probe.
This is a Read only menu item.
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
DOWN
DIAGNOSTICS
FIRMWARE REV.
DOWN
CALIBRATION DATA
DOWN
SENSOR INPUT
Press
to view the
Sensor Input data.
PROBE 500mV
TEMP 331Ω
>
The top line shows the mV input from the probe
The bottom line shows the actual value of the
temperature sensor in ohms.
DOWN
If the Probe is not equiped with a
Temperature Sensing Device,
and Temperature Display
Override is ON (Section 5.10),
the display will show
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
PROBE 500mV
TEMP O/R ON
ORP - Diagnostics Menu - Sensor Input 5.13
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ORP - Output Menu - 4-20mA Output 5.14
RUN MODE
500mV 25.0C
The Transmitter has a single 4-20mA output, electrically
isolated from the ground. The output can source current into a
maximum of 800 ohms. See Section 3.9 for wiring diagram.
The channel has a fully adjustable 4 & 20 mA output
adjustments. This will enable the operator to span the output
over the desired range.
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
DOWN
DIAGNOSTICS
The example below shows the 4-20 mA set to 4mA =200mV and 20mA = 800mV.
The output would then span 4 to 20 mA for a mV swing of 200mV to 800mV.
Note that the span can be reversed, in that 4 mA can be set to a high mV value,
and 20 mA can be set to a low mV value, effectively reversing the control direction.
DOWN
4-20mA
OUTPUT
If you wish to change the setting,
press the
key once which will move the cursor
to the first character of the value to be changed
4-20mA PROC
4mA OUT 0.00
>
DOWN
4-20mA PROC
4mA OUT
0
UP
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
>
DOWN
4-20mA PROC
4mA OUT 20 0
>
4-20mA PROC
4mA OUT 200
>
If you wish to change the setting,
press the
key once which will move the cursor
to the first character of the value to be changed
>
4-20mA PROC
STORE?
Not stored
DOWN
Stored
4-20mA PROC
20mA OUT 100 0
UP
The TUNE value can be adjusted over the
range from 0 to 1000, these are unitless
numbers used for tuning purposes only.
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
key will NOT store the selection, but
simply return to the OUTPUT Menu. This
function is useful if you wish to view the
current selection without making any
changes.
DOWN
>
DOWN
4-20mA PROC
20mA OUT 80 0
>
4-20mA PROC
20mA OUT 800
>
Use the UP and DOWN
keys to change the setting
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of the
display.
Press the DOWN key to accept the
setting and move to the next setting
DOWN
If you wish to change the setting,
press the
key once which will move the cursor
to the first character of the value to be changed
4-20mA PROC
20mA TUNE 512
DOWN
Y N
Or press the
key to highlight
the Y character
>
4-20mA PROC
20mA TUNE 51 2
UP
>
DOWN
4-20mA PROC
20mA TUNE 54 0
>
4-20mA PROC
20mA TUNE 54 0
>
DOWN
4-20mA PROC
STORE?
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor back
to the RH side of the display.
Press the DOWN key to accept the
setting and move to the next
setting
DOWN
The TUNE fuction allows the user to precisely
adjust the 4-20 ma output to compensate for
any errors in the output circuitry. Normally,
fine tuning the 4-20mA output is not
4-20mA PROC
necessary.
20mA OUT 1000
To make the adjustment, place an accurate
DOWN
current meter in series with the 4-20 mA
output, with the appropriate loads connected.
When the TUNE menu is selected, the
controller puts 20 mA out the terminals. Use
the UP or DOWN keys to adjust the 20mA
output to get exactly 20.
Use the UP and DOWN
keys to change the setting
Use the UP and DOWN
keys to change the setting
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of the
display.
Press the DOWN key to accept the
setting and move to the next setting
Y N
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to the OUTPUT
menu
ORP - Output Menu - 4-20mA Output 5.14
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Section 6 - Using the Transmitter in Conductivity Mode
1/4" TURN SCREWS
(FOR SHARKTX ONLY)
2 LINE, 16 CHARACTER
LCD DISPLAY
MAIN MENU INTERFACE
SCREEN
UNIT LABEL
LABEL TO INDICATE UNIT OF
MEASURE SHARK IS
CONFIGURED FOR.
SIMPLE THREE-BUTTON INTERFACE
FOR FAST & EASY SETUP
(REFER TO SECTIONS 6.0 TO 6.16)
Section 6 - Using the Transmitter in Conductivity Mode
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Conductivity - Menu Overview 6.0
RUN MODE
1000uS 25.0C
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
MANUAL CAL COND
UTILITIES
DOWN
DOWN
DRY CAL COND
DOWN
TEMP CALIBRATION
SETUP
DOWN
DIAGNOSTICS
DOWN
DOWN
CALIBRATE PROBE
WITH BUFFER SOL'N
SEC. 6.1
CALIBRATE PROBE WITH
MANUFACTURER'S DATA
SEC. 6.2
CALIBRATE TEMP.
SENSOR IN PROBE
SEC. 6.3
EXIT
OUTPUT
DOWN
DOWN
EXIT
COND. RANGE
DOWN
DOWN
TEMP UNIT
SELECT MEASURING
RANGE
SEC. 6.6
MANUAL TEST MODE
SELECT DEG C OR DEG F
SEC 6.7
METER SELECTION
DOWN
DOWN
TEMP SENSOR
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
DOWN
T.COMP OVERRIDE
DOWN
DISPLAY DAMPING
DOWN
TEMP COMP CURVE
DOWN
SELECT TYPE
OF METER
SEC. 6.5
DOWN
SELECT TYPE OF
TEMP SENSOR
SEC 6.8
ENABLE TIME OUT
FROM MENU
SEC. 6.9
SIMULATE PROCESS
VERIFY OUTPUTS
SEC. 6.4
EXIT
DOWN
TEMPERATURE SETUP
FOR PROBE WITHOUT TEMP. SENSOR
SEC 6.10
SETUP DISPLAY AND
OUTPUT RESPONSE TIME
SEC 6.11
SETUP TEMP
COMPENSATION VALUE
SEC 6.12
EXIT
DOWN
FIRMWARE REV
DOWN
CALIBRATION DATA
DOWN
SENSOR INPUT
DOWN
DISPLAY
FIRMWAVE REVISION
SEC. 6.13
DISPLAY PREVIOUS
CALIBRATION DATA
SEC 6.14
DISPLAY UNCALIBRATED
PROBE DATA
SEC 6.15
EXIT
DOWN
4-20mA
DOWN
SETUP
4-20 mA OUTPUT
SEC 6.16
EXIT
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
DOWN
Conductivity - Menu Overview 6.0
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Conductivity - Calibration Menu - Manual Calibrate 6.1
Manual Calibration is used to "wet calibrate the cell". This can be done with the cell installed in the
process, or with the cell suspended in a known buffer solution.
When calibrated "In Process", the actual conductivity is determined with a grab sample or a hand held
meter, and the value entered in the display.
When calibrated with buffers, the cell is placed in a known buffer solution, and the value of the buffer
entered on the display.
In both cases, make sure the cell has time to stabilize both in temperature and conductivity before
entering any data.
1000uS 25.0C
Place the cell in the buffer solution
The controller will read the
Conductivity value, averaging a
number of results to get a stable
calibration value.
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
MANUAL CAL COND
MANUAL CAL COND
967 uS
>
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over the least sign. digit of
the display.
MANUAL CAL COND
96 7 uS
>
Use the UP and DOWN keys to
adjust the reading until it agrees with
the actual buffer conductivity
value
MANUAL CAL COND
100 0 uS
>
Then press
to move
the cursor to the RH position
MANUAL CAL COND
1000 uS
>
UP
DOWN
If the calibration is OK, use the
key to move the cursor over the Y
text and press the down key.
If the calibration did not appear
to be correct, press the DOWN
key which will return back to the
Manual Cal Cond menu.
MANUAL CAL COND
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
MANUAL CAL COND
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Press DOWN to store the
calibration data and return
back to the Manual Cal Cond
menu so the user can select
another function.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Conductivity - Calibration Menu - Manual Calibrate 6.1
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Conductivity - Calibration Menu - Dry Cal Cond 6.2
1000uS 25.0C
Dry Calibration eliminates the need for conductivity reference
solutions, the user inputs the Cell K factor supplied by the
factory.
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
MANUAL CAL COND
If the conductivity cell has a tag attached to it, specifying the
exact cell constant, the user is prompted to enter this value.
DOWN
DRY CAL COND
NOTE:
ACCELERATOR KEYS
Pressing the UP or DOWN
key once will change the value
by the smallest digit. Holding
the key down will cause the
value to change at an
increasing rate until the key is
released. Pressing the key
again will cause the value to
start changing at it's slowest
rate again. This allows the user
to get to the new multiplier
value quickly.
DRY CALIBRATION
K FACTOR 1.0000
>
DRY CALIBRATION
K FACTOR 1.000 0
UP
>
DOWN
DRY CALIBRATION
K FACTOR 10.00 0
>
DRY CALIBRATION
K FACTOR 10.000
>
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over the least sign. digit of
the display.
Use the UP and DOWN keys to
adjust the value to the K factor
specified on the probe tag
Then press
to move
the cursor to the RH position
If the setting is OK, use the
key to move the cursor over the Y
text and press the down key.
If the calibration did not appear
to be correct, press the DOWN
key which will return back to the
Manual Cal Cond menu.
DRY CALIBRATION
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
DRY CALIBRATION
STORE?
DOWN
Y N
Press DOWN to store the
calibration data and return
back to the Dry Cal Cond
menu so the user can select
another function.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Conductivity - Calibration Menu - Dry Cal Cond 6.2
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Conductivity - Calibration Menu - Temp. Calibration 6.3
Temperature Calibration
In most cases, the factory temperature calibration is accurate enough to ensure correct temperature readings. However, in some circumstances, the user
may wish to ensure the temperature sensor is calibrated accurately, especially when operating at the extreme end of the conductivity cell temperature
operating range, or where the temperature compensation is critical to correct process readings.
This menu allows the user to calibrate the temperature anywhere within it's range.
Be aware, that the conductivity reading is affected by the temperature reading (due to the temperature compensation) so accurate temperature
calibration is vital to obtaining accurate conductivity readings. If the user is unsure of the calibration test fixture, then it would be best to leave
the temperature calibration at it's factory setting.
Be sure to allow the temperature of the cell to stabilize before attempting to calibrate the temperature sensor, this may take a significant amount of time as
the sensor is buried behind a protective layer of epoxy which will cause some delay.
1000uS 25.0C
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
If the Temperature Compensation Override is set to ON
(see section 6.11), the Shark cannot calibrate the
temperature sensor. This display will appear to alert the
user to the condition.
MANUAL CAL COND
DOWN
DRY CAL COND
DOWN
TEMP CALIBRATION
TEMP O/R ON
TEMP CALIBRATION
TEMP CALIBRATION
22.4C
DOWN
The controller displays the current probe
temperature.
If this incorrect, the controller can be
adjusted to compensate.
>
DOWN
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over the least significant digit
of the temperature display.
TEMP CALIBRATION
22. 4 C
UP
>
>
Use the UP and DOWN to adjust
the reading until it agrees with the
known temperature of the probe
DOWN
TEMP CALIBRATION
25. 0 C
>
TEMP CALIBRATION
25.0C
>
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of
temperature display.
Press the DOWN key to accept the
reading and move to the store function
DOWN
T FACTOR SHIFTED
If the calibration did not appear
to be correct, press the DOWN
key which will return back to the
Temp Calibration menu.
TEMP CALIBRATION
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
"T FACTOR SHIFTED" will be
displayed for 5 seconds to indicate that
the temperature sensor has been
calibrated.
The Shark will then move to the store
function.
TEMP CALIBRATION
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
This will store the calibration
data and return back to the
Temp Calibration setup so
the user can select another
function.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Conductivity - Calibration Menu - Temp. Calibration 6.3
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Conductivity - Utilities Menu - Manual Test Mode 6.4
1000uS 25.0C
Manual Test Mode is used to simulate a process reading
in order to verify the correct response of the output.
When in the Manual Test Mode, the output is no longer
placed on hold as it is when in the rest of the menu.
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
MANUAL TEST MODE
TEST
1000 >
12.0mA
DOWN
TEST
100 0 >
12.0mA
UP
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over the least digit of the
simulated process value.
Use the UP and DOWN keys to change
the simulated process value.
DOWN
TEST
131 0 >
14.4mA
The 4-20 mA output will follow the process
value change.
The 4-20 mA output will track the
change in process value
TEST
131 0 >
14.4mA
TEST
1310 >
14.4mA
Press the
key once to
move the cursor to the RH side
of the display
Press the DOWN key to return to the
MANUAL TEST MODE menu
DOWN
NOTE:
When the user exits the Manual Test Mode, the 4-20mA
output will remain in the Test Mode state until the operator
enters the run mode. The output will then revert back to the
previous On-line state.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Conductivity - Utilities Menu - Manual Test Mode 6.4
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Conductivity - Utilities Menu - Meter Selection 6.5
1000uS 25.0C
RUN MODE
The Meter Selection menu is used to select the meter type that the
controller is configured for, either pH, ORP, Conductivity or Flow.
Once selected, the controller will initialize itself for the selected meter's
functionality and move to run mode.
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
Press the
key to initialize the
controller as a pH meter.
MANUAL TEST MODE
DOWN
METER SELECTION
PH
ORP
PH
INITIALIZE?
DOWN
Y N
DOWN
Press the
key to initialize the
controller as an ORP meter
O RP
EXIT
ORP
INITIALIZE?
DOWN
Y N
DOWN
Press the
key to initialize the
controller as a Conductivity meter
To reset the controller back to all
the factory default values, reselect
the current meter type
CONDUCTIVITY
INITIALIZE?
C ONDUCTIVITY
FLOW
DOWN
Y N
DOWN
Press the
key to initialize the
controller as a Flow meter
F LOW
EXIT
FLOW
INITIALIZE?
DOWN
Y N
DOWN
Press the
key to Exit and
return to the Utilities menu
E XIT
PH
If you do not wish to initialize to this
type of meter after all, then press DOWN
key to return back to the Meter
Selection menu
DOWN
If you do wish to initialize to this
type of meter, press the
key to highlight the Y character
CONDUCTIVITY
INITIALIZE?
DOWN
Y N
Then press DOWN
The controller will initialize itself for a
specific meter
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Conductivity - Utilities Menu - Meter Selection 6.5
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Conductivity - Setup Menu - Conductivity Range 6.6
1000uS 25.0C
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
COND. RANGE
Conductivity Range will allow the user to select the
measuring range of the instrument.
The ranges can be selected from any of the following:
200 mS/cm - cell constant 50
20 mS/cm - cell constant 10
5000 uS/cm - cell constant 1
200 uS/cm - cell constant 0.1
20 uS/cm - cell constant 0.1
2 uS/cm - cell constant 0.01
- cell constant 0.01
19.99 MΩ
COND. RANGE
5000uS/cm
>
COND. RANGE
500 0 uS/cm
>
UP
Use the UP or DOWN keys to
scroll through the available ranges
DOWN
COND. RANGE
200. 0 uS/cm
UP
>
DOWN
COND. RANGE
20.0 0 uS/cm
UP
>
DOWN
COND. RANGE
2.0 0 uS/cm
UP
>
DOWN
COND. RANGE
19.9 9 Mo/cm
UP
>
DOWN
COND. RANGE
200. 0 mS/cm
UP
>
DOWN
COND. RANGE
20.0 0 mS/cm
>
COND. RANGE
20.00mS/cm
>
Once the correct range is selected,
move to the store function to save the
selection
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor back
to the RH side of the display.
Press the DOWN key to accept the
setting and move to the store function
DOWN
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN key
will NOT store the selection, but simply
return to the COND RANGE Menu. This
function is useful if you wish to view the
current selection without making any
changes.
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over the last character of the
range.
Or press the
the Y character.
COND. RANGE
STORE?
Y N
key to highlight
COND. RANGE
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Not stored
Stored
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to the COND
RANGE Menu.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Conductivity - Setup Menu - Conductivity Range 6.6
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Conductivity - Setup Menu - Temp. Unit 6.7
1000uS 25.0C
RUN MODE
TEMP UNIT allows the user to select either
Degrees Centigrade or Fahrenheit units for
display
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
COND RANGE
DOWN
TEMP UNIT
TEMP UNIT
DEG C
>
TEMP UNIT
DEG C
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over the unit type, C or F.
>
UP
Use the
DOWN
TEMP UNIT
DEG F
TEMP UNIT
DEG F
DOWN
Y N
DOWN
to select C or F
>
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of the
display.
>
Press the DOWN key to accept the
change and move to the store function
Or press the
the Y character.
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
TEMP UNIT
key will NOT store the selection, but
STORE?
simply return to the TEMP UNIT
DOWN
Selection Menu. This function is useful
if you wish to view the current selection
Not stored
without making any changes.
or
UP
key to highlight
TEMP UNIT
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Stored
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to the TEMP UNIT
Selection Menu.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Conductivity - Setup Menu - Temp. Unit 6.7
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Conductivity - Setup Menu - Temp. Sensor 6.8
1000uS 25.0C
RUN MODE
TEMP SENSOR allows the user to select the
type of temperature sensor used the in the
probe.
The factory default for Conductivity is a 3000 Ω
NTC thermistor. The user can also select a
300 Ω NTC thermistor or a Pt. 1000 RTD.
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
COND RANGE
DOWN
TEMP UNIT
TEMP SENSOR
TEMP SENSOR
3000 Ω NTC
>
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over to the sensor type.
Use the UP
or
the sensor type
TEMP SENSOR
3 000 Ω NTC
UP
>
DOWN
TEMP SENSOR
3 00 Ω NTC
UP
>
DOWN
to select
Once the correct Sensor has
been selected press the
key once which will move the
cursor back to the RH side of
the display.
DOWN
TEMP SENSOR
1 000 Ω RTD
>
TEMP SENSOR
3000 Ω NTC
>
DOWN
Press the DOWN key to accept the
change and move to the store function
Or press the
the Y character.
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
TEMP SENSOR
key will NOT store the selection, but
STORE?
simply return to the TEMP SENSOR
DOWN
Selection Menu. This function is useful
if you wish to view the current
selection without making any changes.
Not stored
Y N
key to highlight
TEMP SENSOR
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Stored
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to the TEMP
SENSOR Selection Menu.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Conductivity - Setup Menu - Temp. Sensor 6.8
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Conductivity - Setup Menu - Auto Return 6.9
1000uS 25.0C
RUN MODE
AUTO RETURN is used to select what conditions
will cause the controller to time-out of the
operations menu
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
MENU ON will cause the controller to exit the menu and
revert back to the online run mode after 10 minutes with no
buttons pressed. This feature ensures that if a user forgets
to return back to run mode, the controller will not be left in
an offline state. If for some reason, the user would like to
remain in the menu mode for extended periods of time, the
AUTO RETURN function can be set to "OFF".
DOWN
SETUP
COND RANGE
DOWN
TEMP UNIT
DOWN
TEMP SENSOR
To change the MENU
RETURN setting,
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor to
the ON or OFF text
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
AUTO RETURN
MENU ON
>
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
MENU
ON
UP
>
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
MENU
O FF
>
AUTO RETURN
MENU
OFF
>
Use the UP or DOWN keys
to select either ON or OFF.
Press the
key
once which will move
the cursor back to the
RH side of the display.
DOWN
Or press the
the Y character.
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
key will NOT store the selection, but
simply return to the AUTO RETURN
Selection Menu. This function is useful if
you wish to view the current selection
without making any changes.
AUTO RETURN
STORE?
DOWN
Not stored
Y N
AUTO RETURN
STORE?
DOWN
Stored
key to highlight
Press the DOWN key to
accept the change and move
to the STORE function
Y N
Then press the DOWN key to
store the selection and return
to the Auto Return Selection
Menu.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Conductivity - Setup Menu - Auto Return 6.9
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Conductivity - Setup Menu - T. Comp Override 6.10
1000uS 25.0C
RUN MODE
Temperature Compensation Override is used to manually set the
actual probe or process temperature. This is useful if the probe
does not have a temperature sensor or if the process temperature
is constant. When the override is enabled, the controller will use
the selected temperature when performing temperature
compensation calculations.
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
COND RANGE
DOWN
TEMP UNIT
DOWN
TEMP SENSOR
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor to
the ON or OFF text
DOWN
T.COMP OVERRIDE
T.COMP OVERRIDE
COMPENSATE OFF
DOWN
>
T.COMP OVERRIDE
COMPENSATE O FF
>
UP
DOWN
T.COMP OVERRIDE
COMPENSATE O N
>
T.COMP OVERRIDE
COMPENSATE ON
>
DOWN
Use the UP or DOWN keys to
select either ON or OFF.
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of the
Press the DOWN key to accept the
change and move to the Temperature
Entry function
The user can now enter the actual
probe or process temperature
T.COMP OVERRIDE
TEMP 25.4C
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over the least significant digit
of the temperature display.
>
DOWN
NOTE
T.COMP OVERRIDE
TEMP 25. 4 C
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
UP
>
DOWN
T.COMP OVERRIDE
TEMP 35. 7 C
>
T.COMP OVERRIDE
TEMP 35.7C
>
DOWN
Use the UP and DOWN to
adjust the reading until it agrees
with the known temperature of the
probe or process
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of
temperature display.
Press the DOWN key to accept the
reading and move to the store function
If you wish to save the setting, press the
key to highlight the Y character
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
key will NOT store the selection, but
simply return to the T. Comp Override
Menu. This function is useful if you wish
to view the current selection without
making any changes.
T.COMP OVERRIDE
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Not stored
Conductivity - Setup Menu - T. Comp Override 6.10
T.COMP OVERRIDE
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Stored
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to the T. COMP
OVERRIDE Menu.
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Conductivity - Setup Menu - Display Damping 6.11
1000uS 25.0C
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
The Display Damping menu allows the user to adjust
the rate at which the display and the output is
updated. This allows the user to dampen out
unstable process readings.
The damping can be set from 0 seconds to 10
seconds. (default value is 0 sec.)
DOWN
SETUP
COND RANGE
DOWN
TEMP UNIT
DOWN
TEMP SENSOR
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
DOWN
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over the seconds digit
T.COMP OVERRIDE
DOWN
DISPLAY DAMPING
DISPLAY DAMPING
UPDATE 0 SEC
>
DOWN
DISPLAY DAMPING
UPDATE 0 SEC
UP
>
DOWN
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of the
display.
DISPLAY DAMPING
UPDATE 1 0 SEC
>
DISPLAY DAMPING
UPDATE 10 SEC
>
DOWN
Use the UP and DOWN to adjust
the damping time, the default
setting is 0 seconds.
The setting can be adjusted from 0
to 10 seconds.
Press the DOWN key to accept the
setting and move to the store function
If you wish to save the setting, press the
key to highlight the Y character
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
key will NOT store the selection, but
simply return to the Display Damping
Menu. This function is useful if you wish
to view the current selection without
making any changes.
DISPLAY DAMPING
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
DISPLAY DAMPING
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Not stored
Stored
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to the Display
Damping Menu.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Conductivity - Setup Menu - Display Damping 6.11
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Conductivity - Setup Menu - Temp. Comp. Curve 6.12
1000uS 25.0C
The Temperature Compensation Curve setting allows the user to select the
temperature compensation to match a specific process.
The variation of Conductivity versus Temperature is dependent on the type of
solids and liquids in water, so no fixed compensation value will accurately
compensate every process. This setting allows the user to fine tune the
compensation to their specific process.
Estimates of the correct compensation for certain chemicals are available and can
be preset via this menu, otherwise the user will need to set the compensation to
0%/C, measure the effect of temperature for a specific process, calculate the
actual compensation required and enter it through this menu.
The Compensation can be varied from 0%/C to 10%/C.
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
COND RANGE
DOWN
TEMP UNIT
DOWN
TEMP SENSOR
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
DOWN
T.COMP OVERRIDE
DOWN
DISPLAY DAMPING
DOWN
TEMP COMP CURVE
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over the least digit
TEMP COMP CURVE
2.0%/C
>
TEMP COMP CURVE
2. 0 %/C
>
Use the UP and DOWN to
adjust the percent compensation.
The setting can be changed from
0%/C to 10%/C
TEMP COMP CURVE
2. 5 %/C
>
TEMP COMP CURVE
2.5%/C
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of the
display.
>
UP
DOWN
Press the DOWN key to accept the
setting and move to the store function
DOWN
With "N" selected, pressing the
key will NOT store the selection, but
simply return to the Temp Cond Curve
setting menu. This function is useful if
you wish to view the current selection
without making any changes.
DOWN
If you wish to save the setting, press the
key to highlight the Y character
TEMP COMP CURVE
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
TEMP COMP CURVE
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Not stored
Stored
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to Temp Cond
Curve settting menu.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Conductivity - Setup Menu - Temp. Comp. Curve 6.12
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Conductivity - Diagnostics Menu - Firmware Rev. 6.13
1000uS 25.0C
RUN MODE
DOWN
The FIRMWARE REV menu allows the user to see what revision of
the firmware is currently installed in the controller. This is a Read
Only menu item.
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
DOWN
DIAGNOSTICS
FIRMWARE REV.
FIRMWARE REV.
1.00
DOWN
Conductivity - Diagnostics Menu - Firmware Rev. 6.13
NOTE
>
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
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Conductivity - Diagnostics Menu - Calibration Data 6.14
1000uS 25.0C
RUN MODE
The Calibration Data menu is a series of read only screens which
allow the user to view the data collected during the last calibration.
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
DOWN
DIAGNOSTICS
FIRMWARE REV.
DOWN
Press
to view the first
Calibration Data screen.
CALIBRATION DATA
TYPICAL DISPLAYS
FOR MANUAL CAL
CALIBRATION DATA
MODE 1PT
>
Press DOWN to view the next
Calibration Data screen.
DOWN
CALIBRATION DATA
1P 1000/1000 Ω
Calibration Mode
1 point calibration
>
DOWN
>
Calculated Cell Constant
CALIBRATION DATA
K FACTOR 1.0000
Calibration Mode
Dry Cal
Press DOWN to view the next
Calibration Data screen.
DOWN
CALIBRATION DATA
1P - - - -
>
No Buffer used in
this Calibration Mode
DOWN
>
DOWN
CALIBRATION DATA
CAL TEMP 25.2C
CALIBRATION DATA
MODE DRY
Conductivity of Buffer/
Input Resistance
DOWN
CALIBRATION DATA
K FACTOR 0.9774
TYPCIAL DISPLAYS
FOR DRY CAL
Cell Constant Setting
>
DOWN
>
Probe Temperature at which
calibration was performed =
25.2° C
CALIBRATION DATA
CAL TEMP - - - DOWN
>
Dry Cal does not use a buffer, so
Probe Temperature was
not recorded
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Conductivity - Diagnostics Menu - Calibration Data 6.14
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Conductivity - Diagnostics Menu - Sensor Input 6.15
1000uS 25.0C
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
The Sensor Input Menu allows the user to view real time, uncompensated
process data from the conductivity cell.
This is a Read only menu item.
This "Live Data" screen is useful for trouble shooting purposes when
diagnosing cell or process problems.
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
DOWN
DIAGNOSTICS
FIRMWARE REV.
DOWN
CALIBRATION DATA
DOWN
SENSOR INPUT
Press
to view the
Sensor Input data.
CELL 966
TEMP 2953
Ω
Ω
>
The top line shows the resistance of the cell,
The bottom line shows the actual value of the
temperature sensor in ohms.
DOWN
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Conductivity - Diagnostics Menu - Sensor Input 6.15
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Conductivity - Output Menu - 4-20mA Output 6.16
RUN MODE
1000uS 25.0C
The Transmitter has a single 4-20mA output, electrically
isolated from the ground. The output can source current into a
maximum of 800 ohms. See Section 3.9 for wiring diagram.
The channel has a fully adjustable 4 & 20 mA output
adjustments. This will enable the operator to span the output
over the desired range.
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
The example below shows the 4-20 mA set to 4mA =400 uS and 20mA = 1800
uS. The output would then span 4 to 20 mA for a conductivity swing of 400 to
1800. Note that the span can reversed, in that 4 mA can be set to a high
conductivity value, and 20 mA can be set to a low conducivity value, effectively
reversing the control direction.
DOWN
DIAGNOSTICS
DOWN
4-20mA
OUTPUT
If you wish to change the setting, press the
key once which will move the cursor to the first
character of the value to be changed
4-20mA PROC
4mA OUT
0
>
DOWN
UP
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
The TUNE fuction allows the user to
precisely adjust the 4-20 mA output to
compensate for any errors in the output
circuitry. Normally, fine tuning the 4-20mA
output is not necessary.
4-20mA PROC
The make the adjustment, place an
20mA OUT 2000
accurate current meter in series with the
4-20 mA output, with the appropriate loads
DOWN
connected. When the TUNE menu is
selected, the controller puts 20 mA out the
terminals. Use the UP or DOWN keys
to adjust the 20mA output to get exactly
20.
The TUNE value can be adjusted over the
range from 0 to 1000, these are unitless
numbers used for tuning purposes only.
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
key will NOT store the selection, but
simply return to the OUTPUT Menu.
This function is useful if you wish to
view the current selection without
making any changes.
Not stored
>
DOWN
>
4-20mA PROC
4mA OUT 400
>
4-20mA PROC
20mA OUT 200 0
UP
>
DOWN
4-20mA PROC
20mA OUT 180 0
>
4-20mA PROC
20mA OUT 1800
>
DOWN
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of the
display.
Press the DOWN key to accept the
setting and move to the next setting
Use the UP and DOWN
keys to change the setting
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of the
display.
Press the DOWN key to accept the
setting and move to the next setting
If you wish to change the setting, press the
key once which will move the cursor to the first
character of the value to be changed
4-20mA PROC
20mA TUNE 512
>
Or press the
key to highlight the
Y character
Stored
4-20mA PROC
STORE?
4-20mA PROC
4mA OUT 40 0
Use the UP and DOWN
keys to change the setting
If you wish to change the setting, press the
key once which will move the cursor to the first
character of the value to be changed
Y N
DOWN
>
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
4-20mA PROC
STORE?
4-20mA PROC
4mA OUT
0
4-20mA PROC
20mA TUNE 51 2
UP
>
DOWN
4-20mA PROC
20mA TUNE 54 0
>
4-20mA PROC
20mA TUNE 540
>
DOWN
Use the UP and DOWN
keys to change the setting
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of the
display.
Press the DOWN key to accept the
setting and move to the next setting
Y N
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to the OUTPUT
menu
Conductivity - Output Menu - 4-20mA Output 6.16
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Section 7 - Using the Transmitter in Flow Mode
1/4" TURN SCREWS
(FOR SHARKTX ONLY)
2 LINE, 16 CHARACTER
LCD DISPLAY
MAIN MENU INTERFACE
SCREEN
UNIT LABEL
LABEL TO INDICATE UNIT OF
MEASURE SHARK IS
CONFIGURED FOR.
SIMPLE THREE-BUTTON INTERFACE
FOR FAST & EASY SETUP
(REFER TO SECTIONS 7.0 TO 7.14)
Section 7 - Using the Transmitter in Flow Mode
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Flow - Menu Overview 7.0
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DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
K FACTOR
UTILITIES
DOWN
DOWN
ENTER FLOW SENSOR
CALIBRATION FACTOR
SEC. 7.1
EXIT
SETUP
DOWN
DOWN
DIAGNOSTICS
DOWN
OUTPUT
MANUAL TEST MODE
DOWN
DOWN
EXIT
METER SELECTION
DOWN
DOWN
UNITS OF VOLUME
DOWN
UNITS OF TIME
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
DOWN
DISPLAY DAMPING
DOWN
TOTALIZER RESET
DOWN
SETUP OF UNITS
OF VOLUME
SEC. 7.4
SETUP OF UNITS
OF TIME
SEC. 7.5
ENABLE TIME OUT
FROM MENU
SEC. 7.6
SETUP DISPLAY AND
OUTPUT RESPONSE TIME
SEC 7.7
RESET TOTALIZER
TO ZERO
SEC 7.8
SIMULATE PROCESS
VERIFY OUTPUTS
SEC. 7.2
SELECT TYPE
OF METER
SEC. 7.3
EXIT
DOWN
EXIT
DOWN
FIRMWARE REV
DOWN
CALIBRATION DATA
DOWN
SENSOR INPUT
DOWN
PERMANENT TOTAL
DOWN
TOTAL ROLLOVER
DOWN
DISPLAY
FIRMWAVE REVISION
SEC 7.9
DISPLAY PREVIOUS
CALIBRATION DATA
SEC 7.10
DISPLAY UNCALIBRATED
SENSOR INPUT
SEC 7.11
DISPLAY PERMANENT
TOTALIZER
SEC 7.12
DISPLAY TOTALIZER
ROLLOVERS TO DATE
SEC 7.13
EXIT
DOWN
4-20mA
DOWN
SETUP
4-20 mA OUTPUT
SEC 7.14
EXIT
DOWN
Flow - Menu Overview 7.0
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
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Flow - Calibration Menu - K Factor 7.1
The K Factor menu is used to enter the flow sensor calibration factor. The K Factor represents the number of pulses
per U.S. Gallon, generated by the combination of sensor and flow fitting.
It is normally stamped on the flow fitting or attached to a tag on the cable. Typical K factors range between 0.5000 to
1500.0.
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To enter the K factor, use the DOWN
key to enter the Calibration menu
and then the
key to select the
K Factor menu.
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
K FACTOR
K FACTOR
100.00
>
DOWN
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over the least sign. digit of
the display.
If you just wish to view the
current K Factor without
changing it, press the DOWN
key which will move to the
store function
NOTE:
ACCELERATOR KEYS
Pressing the UP or DOWN
key once will change the
value by the smallest digit.
Holding the key down will
cause the to value change at
an increasing rate until the
key is released. Pressing the
key again will cause the value
to start changing at it's
slowest rate again. This
allows the user to get to the
new K Factor value quickly.
K FACTOR
100.0 0
>
UP
DOWN
K FACTOR
125.0 0
>
K FACTOR
125.00
The K Factor can be set
anywhere from 0.5000 pulses
per U.S.Gallon to
1500.0 pulses per U.S.Gallon
Then press
to move
the cursor to the RH position
>
DOWN
If the calibration did not appear
to be correct, press the DOWN
key which will return back to the
K Factor menu without storing
the value.
Use the UP and DOWN keys to
adjust the reading until it agrees with
the actual K Factor as specified on
the sensor
Press the DOWN key to accept the
change and move to the store function
If the K Factor setting is OK, use the
key to move the cursor over the Y text and
press the down key.
K FACTOR
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
K FACTOR
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Press DOWN to store the
calibration data and return
back to the menu so the user
can select another function.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Flow - Calibration Menu - K Factor 7.1
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Flow - Utilities Menu - Manual Test Mode 7.2
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Manual Test Mode is used to simulate a process reading
in order to verify the correct response of the output.
When in the Manual Test Mode, the output is no longer
placed on hold as it is when in the rest of the menu.
RUN MODE
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
MANUAL TEST MODE
TEST
50.00 GPM >
12.0mA
DOWN
TEST
50.0 0 GPM >
12.0mA
UP
TEST
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over the least digit of the
simulated process value.
Use the UP and DOWN keys to change
the simulated process value.
DOWN
65.0 0 GPM >
14.4mA
The 4-20 mA output will follow the process
value change.
The 4-20 mA output will track the
change in process value
TEST
65.0 0 GPM >
14.4mA
TEST
65.00 GPM >
14.4mA
Press the
key once to
move the cursor to the RH side
of the display
Press the DOWN key to return to the
MANUAL TEST MODE menu
DOWN
NOTE:
When the user exits the Manual Test Mode, the 4-20mA
output will remain in the Test Mode state until the operator
enters the run mode. The output will then revert back to
the previous On-line state.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Flow - Utilities Menu - Manual Test Mode 7.2
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Flow - Utilities Menu - Meter Selection 7.3
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The Meter Selection menu is used to select the meter type that the
controller is configured for, either pH, ORP, Conductivity or FLow.
Once selected, the controller will initialize itself for the selected meter's
functionality and move to run mode.
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
MANUAL TEST MODE
Press the
key to initialize the
controller as a pH meter.
DOWN
METER SELECTION
PH
ORP
PH
INITIALIZE?
DOWN
Y N
DOWN
Press the
key to initialize the
controller as an ORP meter
O RP
CONDUCTIVITY
ORP
INITIALIZE?
DOWN
To reset the controller back to all
the factory default values, reselect
the current meter type
Y N
DOWN
Press the
key to initialize the
controller as a Conductivity meter
CONDUCTIVITY
INITIALIZE?
C ONDUCTIVITY
FLOW
DOWN
Y N
DOWN
Press the
key to initialize the
controller as a Flow meter
F LOW
EXIT
FLOW
INITIALIZE?
DOWN
Y N
DOWN
Press the
key to Exit and
return to the Utilities menu
E XIT
PH
If you do not wish to initialize to this
type of meter after all, then press DOWN
key to return back to the Meter
Selection menu
DOWN
If you do wish to initialize to this
type of meter, press the
key to highlight the Y character
Then press DOWN
The controller will initialize itself for a
specific meter
FLOW
INITIALIZE?
Y N
DOWN
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Flow - Utilities Menu - Meter Selection 7.3
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Flow - Setup Menu - Units of Volume 7.4
The Units of Measurement is broken into two variables, UNITS OF VOLUME and UNITS OF TIME. The two variables are
then combined to display the desired units of measure. For example, if units of Volume is to set Cubic Meters (CM) and
Units of Time is set for Seconds (S), the controller will display flow as Cubic Meters per Second on the front LED display.
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The user can select from four predefined units of Volume, or create their own custom value. The four predefined units are
US Gallons GP
Cubic Feet CF
Liters LP
Cubic Meters CM
The user can also select any two custom characters to represent units from AA to ZZ and an input multiplier which will
numerically relate the custom unit of measure to US Gallons. The input multiplier can be set at any value between 0.0001
and 10000.
RUN MODE
0
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
UNITS OF VOLUME
UNITS OF VOLUME
US GALLONS GP
UNITS OF VOLUME
US GALLONS
GP
W A R N I N G
UP
>
DOWN
Changing the units of Volume
with an accumulated flow total
will reset the flow total to
zero.
UNITS OF VOLUME
CUBIC FEET
CF
Example: If the controller has
been running in GPM mode
and has a totalized flow,
changing from GPM to
another unit will reset the
totalizer to zero.
UNITS OF VOLUME
LITERS
LP
UP
Use the UP or DOWN keys to
scroll through the available ranges
To select a specific predefined unit,
press the
key once which
will move the cursor back to the RH
side of the display.
UNITS OF VOLUME
CUBIC FEET
CF
>
DOWN
UP
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over the last character of the
volume unit setting.
>
>
Press the DOWN key to accept the
setting and move to the store function
DOWN
>
DOWN
UNITS OF VOLUME
CUBIC METER
CM
UP
>
DOWN
UNITS OF VOLUME
CUSTOM
??
To select custom units, press the,
press the
key, then the DOWN
key, which will move the cursor back
to the right hand digit of the custom
unit character.
UNITS OF VOLUME
CUSTOM
??
>
In this example, the units will be
changed to ML (milliliters), and the
multiplier changed to 3785.4 since
one U.S. Gallon equals 3785.4
milliliters.
>
DOWN
NOTE:
ACCELERATOR KEYS
Pressing the UP or DOWN
key once will change the value
by the smallest digit. Holding the
key down will cause the value to
change at an increasing rate until
the key is released. Pressing the
key again will cause the value to
start changing at it's slowest rate
again. This allows the user to get
to the new multiplier value
quickly.
UNITS OF VOLUME
CUSTOM
??
UP
Use the
or
DOWN
appropriate text
character, then press the
key to move to the
left hand text character
DOWN
UNITS OF VOLUME
CUSTOM
?L
UP
> keys to select the
>
UNITS OF VOLUME
CUSTOM
??
UP
UNITS OF VOLUME
CUSTOM
ML
UNITS OF VOLUME
CUSTOM
ML
>
>
DOWN
Press the
key once which will move the
cursor over the smallest digit of the custom multiplier.
UNITS OF VOLUME
CUSTOM 1.0000
>
UNITS OF VOLUME
CUSTOM 1.000 0
>
DOWN
UNITS OF VOLUME
CUSTOM 3785. 4
NOTE
PRESS THE
AND
KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY
BACK TO RUN MODE
DOWN
DOWN
Press the DOWN key to accept the setting and
move to the custom multiplier setting.
UP
UP
Again, use the UP or DOWN
keys to select the appropriate
text character, then press the
key to move the cursor to the RH
position.
>
With "N" selected, pressing
the DOWN key will NOT
store the selection, but
simply return to the UNITS
OF VOLUME Menu. This
function is useful if you
UNITS OF VOLUME
wish to view the current
STORE?
Y N
selection without making
any changes.
Not stored
Flow - Setup Menu - Units of Volume 7.4
>
Use the UP or DOWN keys to
select the correct multiplier. When
complete, press the
key to
Setting the custom
move the cursor to the RH position.
Units of Volume and
Multiplier is now
UNITS OF VOLUME
complete, press the
CUSTOM 3785.4
> DOWN key to accept
DOWN
the setting and move
to the store function
Or press the
the Y character.
key to highlight
UNITS OF VOLUME
STORE?
Y N
Stored
DOWN
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to the UNITS OF
VOLUME menu.
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Flow - Setup Menu - Units of Time 7.5
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DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
RUN MODE
The Units of Measurement is broken into two variables, UNITS OF VOLUME and UNITS OF TIME. The two variables
are then combined to display the desired units of measure. For example, if units of Volume is to set Cubic Meters (CM)
and Units of Time is set for Seconds (S), the controller will display flow as Cubic Meters per Second on the front LED
display.
UNITS OF TIME
The user can select from four predefined Units of Time, Seconds, Minutes, Hours, Days.
DOWN
SETUP
UNITS OF VOLUME
DOWN
UNITS OF TIME
UNITS OF TIME
SECONDS S
>
UNITS OF TIME
SECONDS S
>
UP
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over the last character of the
time unit setting.
Use the UP or DOWN keys to
scroll through the available ranges
DOWN
UNITS OF TIME
MINUTES M
UP
>
UNITS OF TIME
MINUTES M
DOWN
Press the DOWN key to accept the
setting and move to the store function
UNITS OF TIME
HOURS
H
UP
>
DOWN
UNITS OF TIME
DAYS
D
UP
>
DOWN
Or press the
the Y character.
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
key will NOT store the selection, but
simply return to the UNITS OF TIME
Selection Menu. This function is
useful if you wish to view the current
selection without making any
changes.
>
DOWN
UNITS OF TIME
STORE?
DOWN
Not stored
Y N
key to highlight
UNITS OF TIME
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Stored
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to the UNITS OF
TIME Selection Menu.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Flow - Setup Menu - Units of Time 7.5
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Flow - Setup Menu - Auto Return 7.6
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RUN MODE
AUTO RETURN is used to select what conditions
will cause the controller to time-out of the
operations menu
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
MENU ON will cause the controller to exit the menu and
revert back to the online run mode after 10 minutes with no
buttons pressed. This feature ensures that if a user forgets
to return back to run mode, the controller will not be left in
an offline state. If for some reason, the user would like to
remain in the menu mode for extended periods of time, the
AUTO RETURN function can be set to "OFF".
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
UNITS OF VOLUME
DOWN
UNITS OF TIME
To change the MENU RETURN
setting,
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor to
the ON or OFF text
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
AUTO RETURN
MENU ON
>
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
MENU O N
UP
AUTO RETURN
MENU O FF
>
AUTO RETURN
MENU OFF
>
DOWN
Or press the
the Y character.
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
key will NOT store the selection, but
simply return to the AUTO RETURN
Selection Menu. This function is useful if
you wish to view the current selection
without making any changes.
AUTO RETURN
STORE?
DOWN
Not stored
Y N
>
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
STORE?
DOWN
Stored
Use the UP or DOWN keys
to select either ON or OFF.
Press the
key
once which will move
the cursor back to the
RH side of the display.
Press the DOWN key to
accept the change and move
to the STORE function
key to highlight
Y N
Then press the DOWN key to
store the selection and return
to the Auto Return Selection
Menu.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Flow - Setup Menu - Auto Return 7.6
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Flow - Setup Menu - Display Damping 7.7
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DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
The Display Damping menu allows the user to adjust
the rate at which the display and the output is
updated. This allows the user to dampen out
unstable process readings.
The damping can be set from 0 seconds to 10
seconds. (default value is 0 sec.)
DOWN
SETUP
UNITS OF VOLUME
DOWN
UNITS OF TIME
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
DOWN
DISPLAY DAMPING
DISPLAY DAMPING
UPDATE 0 SEC
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
over the seconds digit
>
DOWN
DISPLAY DAMPING
UPDATE 0 SEC
UP
>
DOWN
Use the UP and DOWN to adjust
the damping time, the default setting is
0 seconds.
The setting can be adjusted from 0 to
10 seconds.
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor back
to the RH side of the display.
DISPLAY DAMPING
UPDATE 1 0 SEC
>
DISPLAY DAMPING
UPDATE 10 SEC
>
DOWN
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
key will NOT store the selection, but
simply return to the Display Damping
Menu. This function is useful if you
wish to view the current selection
without making any changes.
Press the DOWN key to accept the
setting and move to the store function
If you wish to save the setting, press the
key to highlight the Y character
DISPLAY DAMPING
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
DISPLAY DAMPING
STORE?
Y N
DOWN
Not stored
Stored
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to the Display
Damping Menu.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Flow - Setup Menu - Display Damping 7.7
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Flow - Setup Menu - Totalizer Reset 7.8
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Totalizer Reset is used to reset the Flow totalizer to zero.
DOWN
Note that once complete, this action cannot be reversed. The
accumulated total will be erased permanently.
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
UNITS OF VOLUME
DOWN
UNITS OF TIME
DOWN
AUTO RETURN
DOWN
DISPLAY DAMPING
DOWN
TOTALIZER RESET
TOTALIZER RESET
RESET?
If you wish to reset the totalizer, press the
key to highlight the Y character
Y N
DOWN
TOTALIZER RESET
RESET?
If you do not wish to reset the totalizer,
Press the DOWN key which will return
back to the Totalizer Reset menu
DOWN
TOTALIZER RESET
CONFIRM
If you do not wish to reset the totalizer,
Press the DOWN key which will return
back to the Totalizer Reset menu
Y N
then Press the
the action.
DOWN
key to confirm
The controller will ask once more, If you
wish to reset the totalizer, press the
key to highlight the Y character
Y N
DOWN
TOTALIZER RESET
CONFIRM
DOWN
Y N
then Press the
the action.
DOWN
key to complete
TOTALIZER RESET
TO
0
The controller will confirm the action and
return back to the Totalizer Reset menu.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Flow - Setup Menu - Totalizer Reset 7.8
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Flow - Diagnostics Menu - Firmware Rev 7.9
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DOWN
CALIBRATION
The FIRMWARE REV menu allows the user to see what revision of
the firmware is currently installed in the controller. This is a Read
Only menu item.
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
DOWN
DIAGNOSTICS
FIRMWARE REV.
FIRMWARE REV.
1.00
>
DOWN
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Flow - Diagnostics Menu - Firmware Rev 7.9
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Flow - Diagnostics Menu - Calibration Data 7.10
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RUN MODE
The Calibration Data menu is a read only screen which allow the
user to view the K factor entered during the last calibration.
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
DOWN
DIAGNOSTICS
FIRMWARE REV.
DOWN
CALIBRATION DATA
Press
to view the first
Calibration Data screen.
CALIBRATION DATA
K FACTOR 125.00
DOWN
This screen shows the K factor
entered during calibration.
>
Press DOWN to return to the
Calibration Data menu.
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Flow - Diagnostics Menu - Calibration Data 7.10
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Flow - Diagnostics Menu - Sensor Input 7.11
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RUN MODE
The Sensor Input Menu allows the user to view real time signals from
the probe. The display will show the current input pulse rate in Hz
(pulses per second).
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
DOWN
DIAGNOSTICS
FIRMWARE REV.
DOWN
CALIBRATION DATA
DOWN
SENSOR INPUT
Press
to view the
Sensor Input data.
FREQ
101 Hz
Press
menu.
DOWN
to return to the
DOWN
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Flow - Diagnostics Menu - Sensor Input 7.11
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Flow - Diagnostics Menu - Permanent Total 7.12
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The Permanent Total is a running total of all the volume units that
have been accumulated by the controller. It starts at zero when new,
and can only be set to zero at the factory.
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
This is a read only screen.
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
DOWN
DIAGNOSTICS
FIRMWARE REV.
DOWN
CALIBRATION DATA
DOWN
SENSOR INPUT
DOWN
PERMANENT TOTAL
Press
to view the Total
Life Flow to date.
TOTAL LIFE FLOW
7421413
>
Press
menu.
DOWN
to return to the
DOWN
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Flow - Diagnostics Menu - Permanent Total 7.12
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Flow - Diagnostics Menu - Total Rollover 7.13
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The Total Rollover menu is another read only screen. It is used to
indicate how many times the Permanent and Resetable Totalizers
have rolled over during the life of the controller.
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
SETUP
DOWN
DIAGNOSTICS
FIRMWARE REV.
DOWN
CALIBRATION DATA
PER indicate the number of times the
Permanent Totalizer has rolled over.
DOWN
SENSOR INPUT
RST indicates the number of times the
Resetable Totalizer has rolled over.
DOWN
PERMANENT TOTAL
DOWN
TOTAL ROLLOVER
Press
to view the
Totalizer Rollovers to date.
TOTAL ROLLOVER
PER 0 RST 0
>
Press
menu.
DOWN
to return to the
DOWN
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
Flow - Diagnostics Menu - Total Rollover 7.13
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Flow - Output Menu - 4-20mA Output 7.14
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The Transmitter has a single 4-20mA output, electrically
isolated from the ground. The output can source current into a
maximum of 800 ohms. See Section 3.9 for wiring diagram.
The channel has a fully adjustable 4 & 20 mA output
adjustments. This will enable the operator to span the output
over the desired range.
DOWN
CALIBRATION
DOWN
UTILITIES
DOWN
The example below shows the 4-20 mA set to 4mA = 20 and 20mA = 90.
The output would then span 4 to 20 mA for a flow swing of 20 to 90.
Note that the span can reversed, in that 4 mA can be set to a high flow
value and 20 mA can be set to a low flow value, effectively reversing the
control direction.
SETUP
DOWN
DIAGNOSTICS
DOWN
4-20mA
OUTPUT
If you wish to change the setting, press the
key once which will move the cursor to the first
character of the value to be changed
4-20mA PROC
4mA OUT 0.00
DOWN
NOTE
PRESS THE UP AND DOWN KEYS
TOGETHER TO GO IMMEDIATELY BACK TO
RUN MODE
>
4-20mA PROC
4mA OUT 0.0 0
UP
>
DOWN
4-20mA PROC
4mA OUT 20.0 0
>
4-20mA PROC
4mA OUT 20.00
>
DOWN
The TUNE fuction allows the user to
If you wish to change the setting, press the
precisely adjust the 4-20 mA output to
key once which will move the cursor to the first
compensate for any errors in the output
character of the value to be changed
circuitry. Normally, fine tuning the 4-20mA
output is not necessary.
4-20mA PROC
4-20mA PROC
The make the adjustment, place an
20mA OUT 100.0 0
20mA OUT 100.00
>
accurate current meter in series with the
DOWN
UP
DOWN
4-20 mA output, with the appropriate
loads connected. When the TUNE menu
4-20mA PROC
is selected, the controller puts 20 mA out
20mA OUT 90.0 0
the terminals. Use the UP or DOWN
keys to adjust the 20mA output to get
4-20mA PROC
exactly 20.
20mA OUT 90.00
The TUNE value can be adjusted over the
range from 0 to 1000, these are unitless
DOWN
numbers used for tuning purposes only.
If you wish to change the setting, press the
With "N" selected, pressing the DOWN
key once which will move the cursor to the first
key will NOT store the selection, but
character of the value to be changed
simply return to the OUTPUT Menu. This
4-20mA PROC
function is useful if you wish to view the 4-20mA PROC
20mA TUNE 512
>
20mA TUNE 51 2
current selection without making any
changes.
DOWN
UP
DOWN
4-20mA PROC
STORE?
Not stored
Y N
Or press the
key to highlight
Stored the Y character
>
>
DOWN
Press the DOWN key to accept the
setting and move to the next setting
Use the UP and DOWN
keys to change the setting
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of the
display.
Press the DOWN key to accept the
setting and move to the next setting
>
>
4-20mA PROC
20mA TUNE 540
>
DOWN
4-20mA PROC
STORE?
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of the
display.
>
4-20mA PROC
20mA TUNE 54 0
DOWN
Use the UP and DOWN
keys to change the setting
Use the UP and DOWN
keys to change the setting
Press the
key once
which will move the cursor
back to the RH side of the
display.
Press the DOWN key to accept the
setting and move to the next setting
Y N
Then press the DOWN key to store the
selection and return to the OUTPUT menu
Flow - Output Menu - 4-20mA Output 7.14
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Appendix A - Probe Configuration Table
Model#
Probe Select
Temp. Sensor
Model#
Probe Select
Temp. Sensor
P60C-4
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
R60C-4
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
P60C-4-A
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
R60C-4-H
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
P60C-4-H
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
R60C-4-G
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
P60C-6
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
R60C-6
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
P60C-6-H
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
R60C-6-H
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
P60C-6-F
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
R60C-6-G
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
P60C-7
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
R60C-7
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
P60C-7-H
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
R60C-7-H
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
P60C-7-F
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
R60C-7-G
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
P60C-8
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
R60C-8
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
P60C-8-A
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
R60C-8-H
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
P60C-8-H
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
R60C-8-G
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
P60C-S
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
R60C-S
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
P60C-S-F
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
R60C-S-F
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
AM6010-PO
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
AM2010-RO
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
AM6070-PO
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
AM2070-RO
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
P525
COMBINATION
no. temp. sensor
AM2010-R1
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
P525-BNC
COMBINATION
no. temp. sensor
AM2070-R1
DIFFERENTIAL
300Ω
P575
COMBINATION
no. temp. sensor
R525
COMBINATION
no. temp. sensor
P575K-1
COMBINATION
Pt. 1000 RTD
R525-BNC
COMBINATION
no. temp. sensor
P575K-2
COMBINATION
300Ω
R575
COMBINATION
no. temp. sensor
P575-BNC
COMBINATION
no. temp. sensor
R575-BNC
COMBINATION
no. temp. sensor
P585
COMBINATION
no. temp. sensor
R585
COMBINATION
no. temp. sensor
P585K-1
COMBINATION
Pt. 1000 RTD
R585-BNC
COMBINATION
no. temp. sensor
P585K-2
COMBINATION
300Ω
R565
COMBINATION
no. temp. sensor
P585-BNC
COMBINATION
no. temp. sensor
R565L
COMBINATION
no. temp. sensor
P565
COMBINATION
no. temp. sensor
P565L
COMBINATION
no. temp. sensor
Appendix A - Probe Configuration Table
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Return Policy & Warranty Plan
AQUAMETRIX, INC. RETURN POLICY
1. Contact Aquametrix for a “Return Material Authorization” (RMA) form & number. This RMA
number is required for all returns or they will not be accepted.
2. The RMA number must be written on the outside of the box for proper identification.
3. A copy of the RMA form along with a description of the problem, model & serial number
must be attached with the returning item(s).
4. All C.O.D. & freight collect shipments will be refused unless authorized by AquaMetrix.
5. Shipping documents must indicate "RETURNING FOR REPAIR ONLY, NO
COMMERCIAL VALUE".
12-MONTH AQUAMETRIX WARRANTY REPLACEMENT PLAN
AquaMetrix, Inc. will replace or repair any AquaMetrix SHARKTX or SHARKTXP transmitter that fails
due to defects in material or workmanship for a period of up to 12 months from the date of shipment
from our facility.
A warranty claim will not be honored if defects are not reported within the warranty period, or if
AquaMetrix determines that defects or damages are due to normal wear, misapplication, lack of
maintenance, abuse, improper installation, alteration, or abnormal conditions. AquaMetrix’s
obligation under this warranty shall be limited to, at its option, replacement or repair of this product.
The product must be returned to AquaMetrix Inc, freight prepaid, for examination. The product must
be accompanied with an MSDS for all the process chemicals used, must be thoroughly cleaned and
any process chemicals removed before it will be accepted for replacement or repair. AquaMetrix
liability shall not exceed the cost of the product. Under no circumstances will AquaMetrix be liable
for any incidental or consequential damages, whether to person or property. AquaMetrix will not be
liable for any other loss, damage or expense of any kind, including loss of profits, resulting from the
installation, use, or inability to use this product.
Return Policy & Warranty Plan
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