9.17.048 - Bronkhorst High

9.17.048 - Bronkhorst High
instruction manual
BRIGHT
Local colour TFT readout
and control module
Doc nr.: 9.17.048G
Date: 08-12-2015
ATTENTION:
Before installing and operating the instrument it is recommended to read the Short-form user manual or this
instruction manual. Not following the guidelines could result in personal injury and/or damage to the equipment.
BRONKHORST HIGH‐TECH B.V. Disclaimer
Even though care has been taken in the preparation and publication of the contents of this manual, we do not assume legal or other liability for any inaccuracy, mistake, mis‐statement or any other error of whatsoever nature contained herein. The material in this manual is for information purposes only, and is subject to change without notice. Bronkhorst High‐Tech B.V. June 2011 Symbols
Important information. Discarding this information could cause injuries to people or damage to the Instrument or installation. Helpful information. This information will facilitate the use of this instrument. Additional info available on the internet or from your local sales representative. Receipt of equipment
Check the outside packing box for damage incurred during shipment. Should the packing box be damaged, then the local carrier must be notified at once regarding his liability, if so required. At the same time a report should be submitted to your distributor. Carefully remove the equipment from the packing box. Verify that the equipment was not damaged during shipment. Should the equipment be damaged, then the local carrier must be notified at once regarding his liability, if so required. At the same time a report should be submitted to your distributor. Equipment storage
The equipment should be stored in its original packing in a cupboard warehouse or similar. Care should be taken not to subject the equipment to excessive temperatures or humidity. Warranty
The products of Bronkhorst High‐Tech B.V. are warranteed against defects in material and workmanship for a period of three years from the date of shipment, provided they are used in accordance with the ordering specifications and the instructions in this manual and that they are not subjected to abuse, physical damage or contamination. Products that do not operate properly during this period may be repaired or replaced at no charge. Repairs are normally warranteed for one year or the balance of the original warranty, whichever is longer. See also paragraph 9 of the Conditions of sales: http://www.bronkhorst.com/files/corporate_headquarters/sales_conditions/en_general_terms_of_sales.pdf 
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The warranty includes all initial and latent defects, random failures, and indeterminable internal causes. It excludes failures and damage caused by the customer, such as contamination, improper electrical hook‐up, dropping etc. Re‐conditioning of products primarily returned for warranty service that is partly or wholly judged non‐
warranty may be charged for. Bronkhorst High‐Tech B.V. prepays outgoing freight charges when any part of the service is performed under warranty, unless otherwise agreed upon beforehand. However, if the product has been returned collect to Bronkhorst High‐Tech B.V., these costs are added to the repair invoice. Import and/or export charges, foreign shipping methods/carriers are paid for by the customer. 9.17.048 Page 2
BRONKHORST HIGH‐TECH B.V. Table of content
1 1.1 2 3 4 5 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 5.9 5.10 5.11 6 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 6.8 6.9 6.10 6.11 6.12 6.13 6.14 6.15 6.16 6.17 6.18 6.19 6.20 6.21 6.22 6.23 6.24 6.25 6.26 6.27 6.28 7 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 8 9 10 SCOPE OF THIS MANUAL ........................................................................................................................... 4 Introduction ...................................................................................................................................................... 4 UNPACKING .............................................................................................................................................. 5 MOUNTING ............................................................................................................................................... 7 CONNECTING ............................................................................................................................................ 8 USER INTERFACE ....................................................................................................................................... 9 Buttons ............................................................................................................................................................. 9 Power‐up .......................................................................................................................................................... 9 Display .............................................................................................................................................................. 9 Measure readout ............................................................................................................................................ 10 Custom readout 1 ........................................................................................................................................... 10 Custom readout 2 ........................................................................................................................................... 10 Top line ........................................................................................................................................................... 11 Edit Setpoint ................................................................................................................................................... 11 Reset Counter ................................................................................................................................................. 12 Reset Alarm .................................................................................................................................................... 13 Select Instrument ............................................................................................................................................ 14 SETTINGS MENU ....................................................................................................................................... 17 Readout screen ............................................................................................................................................... 18 readout format ............................................................................................................................................... 18 fluidset selection ............................................................................................................................................. 18 fluid capacity ................................................................................................................................................... 19 Controller settings screen ............................................................................................................................... 20 Setpoint slope ................................................................................................................................................. 20 Controller mode .............................................................................................................................................. 20 Master slave settings ...................................................................................................................................... 21 PID controller settings ..................................................................................................................................... 22 Controller response settings ........................................................................................................................... 23 Counter settings screen .................................................................................................................................. 24 Set counter mode ........................................................................................................................................... 25 Set counter parameters .................................................................................................................................. 25 Set setpoint at counter limit ........................................................................................................................... 26 Alarm settings screen ...................................................................................................................................... 27 Set alarm mode ............................................................................................................................................... 28 Set alarm mode parameters ............................................................................................................................ 28 Set setpoint at alarm ....................................................................................................................................... 29 Setup menu ..................................................................................................................................................... 30 Get instrument information ............................................................................................................................ 30 Change usertag ............................................................................................................................................... 31 Customize display info .................................................................................................................................... 31 Display appearance ......................................................................................................................................... 31 Bus settings ..................................................................................................................................................... 32 Advanced menu .............................................................................................................................................. 32 Sensor filter settings ....................................................................................................................................... 32 Sensor auto zero ............................................................................................................................................. 32 Restore instrument settings ............................................................................................................................ 33 SECURITY SETTINGS .................................................................................................................................. 34 Security modes ............................................................................................................................................... 34 Enter the security settings screen ................................................................................................................... 34 Security items ................................................................................................................................................. 34 Change Password ............................................................................................................................................ 35 Reset Password ............................................................................................................................................... 36 TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................................................. 37 TECHNICAL DATA ...................................................................................................................................... 38 SERVICE .................................................................................................................................................... 39 9.17.048 Page 3
BRONKHORST HIGH‐TECH B.V. 1 Scope of this manual
1.1 Introduction
The BRIGHT is a readout and operator module for Bronkhorst digital Mass Flow and Pressure Meters/Controllers. The module not only allows reading of actual and total flow, simultaneously, but also features local operation, i.e. change of setpoint, counter reset, setting of engineering units, fluid name and tag number, etc. Four push‐buttons at the right side of the device give access to a user‐friendly menu. The bright 1.8” colour display is clearly visible over a wide angle, due to state‐of‐the‐art TFT‐technology. The weatherproof (IP65) housing makes the module suitable for use in industrial areas and the module can be mounted on the instrument or, using the mounting kit, on an adjacent wall or panel and on the pipework. Note Because the BRIGHT uses the RS232 port of these instruments for communication, other RS232 communication is not possible. When the instrument is connected with a bus‐system like Profibus or DeviceNet, communication with this bus‐system will not be effected. Measure, setpoints and other parameters can be “read‐and‐write” by the BRIGHT or via the bus‐system. 9.17.048 Page 4
2 | UNPACKING 2 Unpacking
B1 B2 B3 B4     BRIGHT module     Mounting set   ‐ IP40 T‐part ‐   ‐ ‐ IP65 T‐part     Short 0.3m cable ‐  ‐  Extended mounting set ‐  ‐  Long cable for distance mounting up to 1.0m     Short‐form manual 9.17.048 Page 5
2 | UNPACKING Check the outside packing box for damage incurred during shipment. Should the packing box be damaged, then the local carrier must be notified at once regarding his liability, if so required. At the same time a report should be submitted to: BRONKHORST HIGH‐TECH B.V. RUURLO HOLLAND Do not discard spare or replacement parts with the packing material and inspect the contents for damaged or missing parts. When returning material, always describe the problem and if possible the work to be done, in a covering letter. Take proper care of packing, if possible use the original packing box Important: Clearly note, on top of the package, the customer clearance number of Bronkhorst High‐Tech B.V., namely: NL801989978B01 9.17.048 Page 6
3 | MOUNTING 3 Mounting
Take attention to tighten, don’t over tight. The BRIGHT comes with 4 different bolts. Please check the instruction above which bolt should be used. The design makes it possible to place the BRIGHT in other positions as shown above. The clip and the BRIGHT can be turned in angles of 90°. The BRIGHT can also be placed on the backside of the T‐part. The external mounting‐part can also be used for mounting the BRIGHT on a wall. Dimensional drawings are available at the download section of our website: http://www.bronkhorst.com 9.17.048 Page 7
4 | CONNECTING 4 Connecting
Do not apply pressure until electrical connections are made. When providing your own power supply, be sure that voltage and current rating are according to the specifications of the instrument(s). Cable wire diameters should be sufficient to carry the supply current and voltage losses must be kept as low as possible. Bronkhorst High‐Tech B.V. recommends using their standard cables. These cables have the right connectors and if loose ends are used, these will be marked to prevent wrong connection. The hook‐up diagrams are available at the download section of our website: http://www.bronkhorst.com Before switching on power check if all connections have been made according to the hook‐up diagram which belongs to the instrument. Turn on power and allow at least 30 minutes to warm up and stabilize the connected instrument. When the T‐part is connected, other RS232 communication is disabled. 9.17.048 Page 8
5 | USER INTERFACE 5 User Interface
5.1 Buttons
The buttons have the following functions: ‐ Enter selected menu ‐ Enter edit mode ‐ Confirm selection/changes Display Buttons A
Measure readout 1
B
Custom readout 1 2
C
Custom readout 2 3
Top line 4
D
Button Button ‐ Menu selection up ‐ Select information field ‐ Next character in edit mode ‐ Up in table ‐ Menu selection down ‐ Select information field ‐ Previous character in edit mode ‐ Down in table Button Button ‐ Return to previous screen ‐ Undo and Exit edit mode ‐ Change information in right user‐field 5.2 Power-up
When power‐up, the BRIGHT shows consecutive: 1
2
3
Firmware version Bronkhorst High‐Tech logo Readout screen. 5.3 Display
The display is divided into 4 areas, ‘measure readout’, ‘custom readout 1’, ‘custom readout2’ and the top line. The information in these areas can be configured by the user. If an area contains a parameter which can be set or reset by the operator, you can press or to select this parameter. Press to enter the edit mode or press to return to ‘measure readout’. If ‘custom readout1’ is disabled. You can only switch between ‘measure’ and ‘custom readout 2’ 9.17.048 Page 9
5 | USER INTERFACE 5.4 Measure readout
This area shows the actual flow. The following parameters will affect the format of this readout: o
o
actual or percentage readout number of digits 5.5 Custom readout 1
This area can be enabled or disabled by the operator. When enabled, the operator can choose one of the following parameters to be shown: parameter
setpoint
valve
temperature
density
editable yes no no no The available parameters of this area are determined by the connected instrument. See chapter Customize display info on page 31 to select one of the above parameters. 5.6 Custom readout 2
The ‘Custom readout 2’ area is always visible. The user can choose one of following parameters to be shown: parameter
counter
setpoint
actual or percentage reading
valve
alarm
capacity
temperature
density
select instr.
editable yes yes no no yes no no no yes The available parameters of this area are determined by the connected instrument. From the ‘measure readout’ press to change the readout parameter of ‘custom readout 2’.Press again te select the next available parameter. 9.17.048 Page 10
5 | USER INTERFACE 5.7 Top line
The top line will show the USERTAG or the serial number of the connected instrument. 5.8 Edit Setpoint
Setpoint can only be edited when the setpoint parameter is displayed in custom readout 1 or 2. Security settings can be set to avoid unauthorised access to the setpoint parameter. To edit the setpoint press to select the readout area in which this parameter is displayed. Press to enter the edit mode, the first digit will lighten. Security settings can be set to avoid unauthorised access to the setpoint. For changing security settings see chapter “Security Settings” on page 34. Use or to change the digits, press and select the next digit. to confirm You can change the setpoint edit mode into ‘step’. This enables you to change the setpoint using fixed steps. See chapter Customize display info page 31. After the last digit is confirmed, the setpoint will be sent to the instrument. If the entered setpoint is ignored, check controller mode. See chapter Controller mode on page 20. 9.17.048 Page 11
5 | USER INTERFACE The button can be used to exit the edit mode and cancel the changes. 5.9 Reset Counter
The Counter can only be reset when the counter parameter is displayed in custom readout 2. Security settings can be set to avoid unauthorised access to the counter parameter. Check chapter “Custom readout 2” on page 10 how to change the shown parameter. To reset the counter press 2x to select the readout area in which this parameter is displayed. Press to enter the edit mode. Press or to select ‘yes’ and press The counter will be reset to 0. to confirm. The button can be used to exit the edit mode and cancel the changes. 9.17.048 Page 12
5 | USER INTERFACE 5.10 Reset Alarm
Alarm messages will be shown in the topline of the display and custom readout 2 will be selected automatically. Enter the edit mode by pressing . Use or select ‘yes’ and press again to confirm. to An alarm message will be occurring as long as the cause has not been removed/repaired. Security settings can be set to avoid unauthorised access to this option. For changing security settings see chapter “Security Settings” on page 34. 9.17.048 Page 13
5 | USER INTERFACE The button can be used to exit the edit mode and cancel the changes. If you are not intending to reset the alarm, you can press to deactivate ‘Custom readout 2’. Check chapter “Custom readout 2” on page 10 how to select another parameter in this readout. Actual alarm messages will always been shown in the topline. 5.11 Select Instrument
When the instrument is connected to a FLOWBUS system, it is possible to select another instrument on this bus to operate. Check chapter “Custom readout 2” on page 10 how to select the option “select instr.” in “Custom readout 2”. To enter the “select instrument” mode, press 2x to enter. . Press Security settings can be set to avoid unauthorised access to this option. For changing security settings see chapter “Security Settings” on page 34. 9.17.048 Page 14
5 | USER INTERFACE The instrument directly connected with the BRIGHT will be indicated as ‘local’. Other instruments will be indicated with their node address. Press or to search another instrument on the bus. While the message “search” is displayed, the BRIGHT is searching for a valid node address and it will not show any specific instrument info till an active node is found. When an active node address is found, the BRIGHT will show the corresponding USERTAG or Serial Number in the topline. It will also show the actual measure and, if applied, the actual setpoint. Press to select this instrument to be operated by the BRIGHT or press to return to the previous selected instrument. 9.17.048 Page 15
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6 | SETTINGS MENU 6 Settings menu
From the readout screen press to enter the settings menu. Press to return to the readout screen. Security settings can be set to avoid unauthorised access to this menu. For changing security settings see chapter “Security Settings” on page 34. The available menu options are determined by the instrument you are operating. In the following explanation, all possible options are shown. The  or  signs in the upper right corner indicates that you can scroll this menu using the and buttons to select more items. Press to enter the selected menu item. 9.17.048 Page 17
6 | SETTINGS MENU 6.1 Readout screen
From the readout screen you can edit the following settings: o
o
o
readout format, actual or percentage fluidset selection capacity 6.2 readout format
Enter the readout settings screen and press to enter the edit mode of the readout option. Use or to select either ‘actual’ or ‘percentage’. Press press to exit the edit mode without changing or to confirm your selection. Press to return to the settings menu. Press again to return from the settings menu to the readout screen. 6.3 fluidset selection
From the readout screen press to select ‘fluid selection’ and press to enter the fluid selection. 9.17.048 Page 18
6 | SETTINGS MENU Press again to enter the edit mode of the fluid field. Use or to select one of the available fluidsets. Press to confirm. Press 3x to return to the readout screen. 6.4 fluid capacity
From the readout screen, press to select ‘fluid selection’ and press to enter. In the fluid selection screen press to select capacity and press to enter the edit mode. Now the fluid capacity can be changed between the minimal and maximal capacity of the selected fluid of the operating instrument. When the last character is confirmed, the value will be activated. Pressing before confirming the final character will undo changes. Use the button to return to the measure screen. 9.17.048 Page 19
6 | SETTINGS MENU 6.5 Controller settings screen
From the controller settings screen you can edit the following settings: o
o
o
o
o
setpoint slope time controller mode master address. PID settings response settings To enter the controller settings screen, select the controller option from the settings menu and press . Take care when changing the controller settings. Wrong controller settings can cause unpredictable instrument behavior. 6.6 Setpoint slope
When entering the controller settings screen, the setpoint slope parameter is already selected. Press to enter the edit mode. Now you can change the slope time. Use and to select a character and press to select the next character. Press to exit the edit mode without changes. Pressing after changing the final character will confirm your input, the value will be sent to the instrument. Use the button to return to the readout screen. 6.7 Controller mode
Enter the controller settings screen from the settings menu. Use to select the controller mode parameter and press to enter the edit mode. 9.17.048 Page 20
6 | SETTINGS MENU The following controller modes can be selected: selection
description
analog input
Setpoint via analog input bus/rs232
Setpoint via bus or RS232 (BRIGHT)
rs232
Setpoint via RS232 only (BRIGHT)
fb ana slave
Setpoint is factor of measure of master on the bus, factor is set by analog input. analog slave
Setpoint is factor of analog input
fb slave
Setpoint is factor of measure of master on the bus valve open
Setpoint neglected, valve fully open
valve close
Setpoint neglected, valve closed
controller idle
Setpoint neglected, valve stays in actual position setpoint 100%
Setpoint is 100 perc. setpoint 0%
Setpoint is 0 perc. Use or to select one of these control modes. Press to cancel selection and exit the edit mode without changes When the required control mode is selected, press confirm. to 6.8 Master slave settings
When you select one of the three slave modes the ‘master slave’ option will be added to the controller settings screen. 9.17.048 Page 21
6 | SETTINGS MENU To enter the master slave settings screen, select the master slave option from the controller settings screen and press to enter. Depending of the selected mode the following parameters can be selected: fb slave slave factor
analog slave Master node
fb ana slave o o o o 6.9 PID controller settings
You can tune the controller settings by changing the PID parameters. To edit these parameters use the button to select the ‘pid controller’ option and press again. You can find more information about these controller settings in the manual: 9.17.023 , This manual is available at the download section of our website: http://www.bronkhorst.com In the pid‐controller settings screen you can select one of the PID parameters using the and buttons. Press to enter the edit mode. 9.17.048 Page 22
6 | SETTINGS MENU Use the and button to edit each character, press to select the next character. Press to cancel the input and exit the edit mode without changes. By pressing after the final character you will confirm the value. The new value will be sent to the instrument. 6.10 Controller response settings
The controller response settings can be used to fine tune the controller response. We have defined three control ranges. For each range we defined a parameter to influence the controller speed. 1
2
Open from zero Normal step 3
Stable situation To edit these parameters, select the the ‘pid controller’ and press . In the pid controller settings screen select the option response and press to enter. 9.17.048 Page 23
6 | SETTINGS MENU In the controller response settings screen you can select one of the parameters using the and buttons. Press to enter the edit mode. In the edit mode, use and to change each character. Press to select the next character. Press to exit the edit mode without changes. When the final character is changed, press and to exit the edit mode. to confirm 6.11 Counter settings screen
From the counter settings screen you can customize the instrument counter. There are three counter modes: mode
description
off
counter turned off up counts up without limit up to limit
counts up to a programmable limit
Select the counter option from the settings menu and press . 9.17.048 Page 24
6 | SETTINGS MENU 6.12 Set counter mode
When entering the counter settings screen, the counter mode is selected. Press to enter the edit mode. Select a counter mode using and . Press to exit the edit mode without changes. Press to confirm your selection and exit the edit mode. The ‘counter’ menu is not available for pressure meters or controllers. You can find more information about these counter settings in the manual: 9.17.023 , This manual is available at the download section of our website: http://www.bronkhorst.com 6.13 Set counter parameters
To change one of the counter parameters use the and button to select the parameter you want to change and press to enter the edit mode. In the edit mode, use and to change each character. Press to select the next character. Press to exit the edit mode without changes. When the final character is changed, press and to exit the edit mode. to confirm 9.17.048 Page 25
6 | SETTINGS MENU 6.14 Set setpoint at counter limit
You can program an automatic setpoint which will be activated when the counter limit is reached. To change this setpoint use button to select the setpoint change option and press to enter the counter setpoint settings screen. When entering the counter setpoint settings screen the setpoint change parameter is selected. Press to enter the edit mode. In the edit mode, use and to select ‘yes’ or ‘no’. Press to exit the edit mode without changes. Press to confirm your selection and to exit the edit mode. In the counter setpoint settings screen press to select the setpoint parameter. Press to enter the edit mode. 9.17.048 Page 26
6 | SETTINGS MENU In the edit mode, use and to change each character. Press to select the next character. Press to exit the edit mode without changes. When the final character is changed, press and to exit the edit mode. to confirm 6.15 Alarm settings screen
From the alarm settings screen you can program the instrument alarm settings. There are four alarm modes: mode
description
off
alarm is turned off. power‐up
alarm will be activated after power‐up
response
alarm will be activated above a programmable difference between setpoint and measure min/max
alarm will be activated below a minimum and/or above a maximum programmable value Select the alarm option from the settings menu and press . You can find more information about these alarm settings in the manual: 9.17.023 , This manual is available at the download section of our website: http://www.bronkhorst.com 9.17.048 Page 27
6 | SETTINGS MENU 6.16 Set alarm mode
When entering the alarm settings screen the alarm mode is selected. Press to enter the edit mode. Select an alarm mode using and . Press to exit the edit mode without changes. Press to confirm your selection and exit the edit mode. 6.17 Set alarm mode parameters
To change one of the alarm mode parameters use the and button to select the parameter you want to change and press to enter the edit mode. In the edit mode, use and to change each character. Press to select the next character. Press to exit the edit mode without changes. When the final character is changed, press and to exit the edit mode. to confirm 9.17.048 Page 28
6 | SETTINGS MENU 6.18 Set setpoint at alarm
You can program an automatic setpoint which will be activated when an alarm situation occurs. To change this alarm setpoint use setpoint change option and press setpoint settings screen. button to select the to enter the alarm When entering the alarm setpoint settings screen the setpoint change parameter is selected. Press to enter the edit mode. In the edit mode, use and to select ‘yes’ or ‘no’. Press to exit the edit mode without changes. Press to confirm your selection and to exit the edit mode. In the alarm setpoint settings screen press to select the setpoint parameter. Press to enter the edit mode. In the edit mode, use and to change each character. Press to select the next character. Press to exit the edit mode without changes. 9.17.048 Page 29
6 | SETTINGS MENU When the final character is changed, press and to exit the edit mode. to confirm 6.19 Setup menu
Via the setup menu you can: o
o
o
o
get information about the connected instrument. customize display information customize display appearance change bus settings when connected to a bus system Select the setup option from the settings menu and press . 6.20 Get instrument information
Select the info item in the setup menu and press . When entering the instrument info screen the instrument usertag, serial number and model are displayed. The sign  in the upper right corner indicates that you can scroll through the menu screen items using the button. Scroll up and down to view: o
o
o
o
o
usertag* instrument serial number instrument model number instrument firmware version bright firmware version *) editable 9.17.048 Page 30
6 | SETTINGS MENU 6.21 Change usertag
When entering the instrument info screen the usertag parameter is selected. Press to enter the edit mode. In the edit mode, use and to change each character. Press to select the next character. Press to exit the edit mode without changes. When the final character is changed, press until the cursor disappears to confirm and to exit the edit mode. 6.22 Customize display info
To customize the display information, select the customize option in the setup menu and press . In the customize menu you can change: item
description
info top
Info in top line of readout screen, usertag or serial number info buttom
Info in Custom readout 1. setpoint
Setpoint edit mode, cursor or steps
read digits
Number of readout digits. 6.23 Display appearance
To customize the display appearance, select the display option in the setup menu and press . Keep contrast and screen saver time low for longer display life‐time. In the display menu you can change: 9.17.048 item
description
contrast
display contrast setting screen saver
screensaver type: dimmer or off
saver time
delay before screen saver becomes active Page 31
6 | SETTINGS MENU 6.24 Bus settings
When the operating instrument is connected to a bus system you can change the node address of this instrument. From the setup menu select the bus item and press to enter the bus settings screen. 6.25 Advanced menu
From the advanced menu you can: o
o
o
change sensor filter settings start sensor auto zero procedure start restore instrument data procedure To enter the advanced menu, select the advanced option from the settings menu and press . 6.26 Sensor filter settings
To change the sensor filter settings select the sensor item from the advanced menu and press to enter the sensor filter settings screen. The sensor filter is split into a dynamic and a static part. Use the and button to select the dynamic or static parameter and press to enter the edit mode. In the edit mode, use and to change each character. Press to select the next character. Press to exit the edit mode without changes. When the final character is changed, press and to exit the edit mode. to confirm 6.27 Sensor auto zero
To start the sensor auto zero procedure, select the autozero item from the advanced menu and press enter. Press to to select the ‘start auto zero’ option. 9.17.048 Page 32
6 | SETTINGS MENU Press to start the sensor auto zero procedure. While the auto zero procedure is active, the BRIGHT will show the message ‘busy’. When finished, ‘auto zero ready’. Press any key to return to settings menu. 6.28 Restore instrument settings
To start the instrument restore procedure, select the restore option from the advanced menu and press to enter. Press to select the ‘start restore’ option. Press to start the instrument restore procedure. While the restore procedure is active, the BRIGHT will show the message ‘busy’. When finished, ‘auto restore ready’. Press any key to return to settings menu. 9.17.048 Page 33
7 | SECURITY SETTINGS 7 Security Settings
7.1 Security modes
The security settings screen allows you to define the access of the crucial menu items of the BRIGHT. For every item, you can choose the following access modes: item
accessibility
enable
Item is accessible without any restrictions passw
item is accessible after entering a password disable
Item is not accessible 7.2 Enter the security settings screen
From the readout screen press both and for 5 seconds till the ‘enter password’ display appears. The default password is ‘abc’. The password can consist of a maximum of 8 characters. For less characters press till the end of the edit field. Please refer to chapter “Change Password” on page 35 to change password. If you enter a wrong password, the following message will appear. If necessary, refer to chapter “Reset Password” on page 36, to reset the password to it’s default value. 7.3 Security items
When you enter the ‘Security’ menu, the following display will appear. 9.17.048 Page 34
7 | SECURITY SETTINGS The  or  signs in the upper right corner indicates that you can scroll this menu using the and buttons to select more items. The accessibility of following items can be set: item
accessibility edit setpoint
edit mode of the setpoint in both custom readout 1 and 2 reset counter
counter reset in custom readout 2. reset alarm
alarm reset displayed in custom readout 2. select instrument
selecting another instrument on the flowbus. settings menu
settings menu advanced
advanced submenu in the settings menu 7.4 Change Password
To change the password, select the option ‘new password’ and press . This will open the ‘new password’ input display. Press again to enter the new password edit mode. You can enter a maximum of 8 characters. For less characters, press till the end of the edit field. After changing the password press Then press . to select ‘confirm’. Now the new password is stored and should be used to enter the password protected items. Press any key to return to security settings screen. 9.17.048 Page 35
7 | SECURITY SETTINGS 7.5 Reset Password
From the readout screen press both and for 5 seconds till the ‘enter password’ display appears. Again press both and for 5 seconds till the ‘reset password’ display appears. The ‘reset password’ display will show a 10 character long bht key. This is your encrypted password. Send this key to your local agency and they will send you, after validation of your request, a reset key. Enter this 10 character reset key in the reset key field. The password will now be reset to it’s default value ‘abc’. Press any key to return to the readout screen. To avoid unauthorized access change password. See Chapter Change Password on page 35. If you enter the wrong key, the following message will appear. Check the key and try again. Press any key to return to the readout screen 9.17.048 Page 36
8 | TROUBLESHOOTING 8 Troubleshooting
 No power supply Check power supply  PCB failure Check cable
Return to factory  Valve blocked Clean valve (qualified personnel only)
 Filter or screen blocked Clean filter or screen  Sensor failure Return instrument to factory
 PCB failure Return instrument to factory
 Sensor failure Return instrument to factory
 PCB failure Return instrument to factory
 Valve blocked Clean valve (qualified personnel only)
 Stoppage Remove cause  Pressure not correct Check pressure Signal lower than expected  System stoppage Remove cause Flow is gradually decreasing  (Gas) Condensation Decrease supply pressure or increase temperature  Valve adjustment has changed Check valve adjustment  Controller adjustment wrong Check controller setting  Input pressure wrong Adjust pressure  Valve damaged Check valve
 Volume / tubing between controller and pressure controller too small/ short Improve situation  Wrong controller settings Check controller settings Small flow occurs when valve is supposed to be closed  Valve is leaking Check valve
Parameter not available  Parameter is not supported by the connected instrument. Setpoint is neglected  Instrument has wrong controller mode Set controller mode to ‘digital input’
 Alarm‐ or counter limit reached Reset alarm  Security mode ‘blocked’ or ‘menu’ Change security mode No output signal Maximum output signal High setpoint vs. output offset Oscillation Settings menu not accessible Before switching on power, check if all connections have been made according to the hook‐up diagram. The hook‐up diagrams are available at the download section of our website: http://www.bronkhorst.com LED indications can be very useful in case of problems with the instrument. See the “MANUAL INTERFACE: micro‐switch and LED’s” section in the manual “Operation instructions digital instruments (document nr. 9.17.023)”. This manual is available at the download section of our website: http://www.bronkhorst.com Contact Bronkhorst High‐Tech local sales representative or send e‐mail describing your problem to: [email protected] 9.17.048 Page 37
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1.8” colour TFT display with a 128x160 pixel resolution 100 MHz Processor 15..24Vdc 0.6W Power Consumption RS232 38k4 communication Operating temperature 0..50°C Dimensions: 73mm width x 50mm height x 23mm depth Weight: approx. 50g 9.17.048 Page 38
10 | SERVICE 10 Service
For current information on Bronkhorst High‐Tech and service addresses please visit our website:  http://www.bronkhorst.com Do you have any questions about our products? Our Sales Department will gladly assist you selecting the right product for your application. Contact sales by e‐mail:  [email protected] For after‐sales questions, our Customer Service Department is available with help and guidance. To contact CSD by e‐mail:  [email protected] No matter the time zone, our experts within the Support Group are available to answer your request immediately or ensure appropriate further action. Our experts can be reached at:  +31 573 45 88 39 9.17.048 Page 39
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