Users Manual - Interautomatika

Users Manual - Interautomatika
Instruction Manual
Black Body Source
Model: BBSH
© Copyright 2009 E Instruments International
E Instruments International
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Instruction Manual/ BBSH
About this manual
The structure of the manual
This reference manual is aimed at users who are familiar with E Instruments’ Temperature Calibrators, as well
as those who are not. The manual is divided into 9 chapters. These describe how to set up, operate, service and
maintain the calibrator. The technical specifications are described and spare parts may be ordered from the list of
spare parts.
Safety symbols
This manual contains a number of safety symbols designed to draw your attention to instructions that must be
followed when using the instrument, as well as any risks involved.
Warning
Events that may compromise the safe use of the instrument and result in
considerable personal or material damage.
Caution….
Event that may compromise the safe use of the instrument and result in slight
personal or material damage.
Note…
Special situations which demand the user’s attention.
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List of contents
1.0
Introduction……………………………………..…………..……………………………………..………....4
2.0
Safety
Instructions……………………………………………………………………………………..…………….5
3.0
Setting up the
calibrator……………………………………………………………………………………………………….6
3.1
Receipt of the
Calibrator……………………….……………………………………………….………………………………6
3.2
Preparing the
Calibrator………………………….………………………………..…………………………………………..6
3.3
Thermocouple
Connection…………………………………………………………………….………………………………..7
3.4
4.0
Sighting and Focusing the Calibrator. ………..…………..………………………………………7
Operating the
Calibrator……………..…………………………………………………………………………………..……8
4.1
Display
Panel…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….8
4.2
Operational
Procedure…..….……………………………………………………………………………………….……….8
4.3
5.0
To select the Unit (˚C / ˚F)………………………...……………………………………….. ……….8
Storing and transporting the
calibrator…………………..……………………………………………….……………………………………9
6.0
Replacing the
Fuses…………………………..……………..…………………………………………………………………10
6.1
Returning the calibrator for
service……………………………………………………………………….…………..………………………10
Service
Info…………………………….…………………………....…..…………………………..……………………11
7.0
8.0
Maintenance……..…………………………………………………………………..…………………………12
7.1
Cleaning…………………….……………………….……………………………..…………………..12
7.2
Adjusting and calibrating the instrument…………………….…………….…..……………………12
Technical
Specifications………………………………………….……………………….…………………..………….13
9.0
List of spare parts.
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1.0
Introduction
Congratulations on your new E Instruments Temperature Calibrator!
E Instruments’ Temperature Calibrator Model BBSH is a simple, easy to use, compact, lightweight,
portable / Bench mounted System.
The calibrator can be used to calibrate non contact infrared radiation Pyrometers.
Applications
Suitable for Calibration of all make IR Pyrometers both in Field and Laboratory use.
Features
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Compact, Light Weight, Portable
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Low Power Consumption
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Excellent Stability and Accuracy
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Cost Effective – Best value for money
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Bench mount / Portable
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RS 232 Interface (Optional)
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Calibration Software (Optional)
Certification
E Instruments certifies that the bath is a quality product and meets its intended use and satisfies the
published specifications at the time of shipment.
Technical Assistance
Please contact the manufacturer if you require technical assistance.
Guarantee
1 Year factory warranty
This guarantee only covers manufacturing defects and becomes invalid if the instrument has been
subjected to unauthorized intervention and / or use.
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2.0
Safety Instructions
Read this manual carefully before using the instrument
Please follow the instructions and procedures described in this manual. They are designed to
allow you to get the most out of your calibrator and avoid any personal injuries and /or damage to
the instrument.
Warning
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The calibrator must not be used for any purposes other than those described in this manual.
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The calibrator is designed for interior use only and should not be used in risk-prone areas,
where vapour or gas leaks, etc, may constitute an explosive hazard.
•
The calibrator is designed to offer a minimum of Basic Insulation only
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Suitable for Installation within Category II and Pollution Degree 2.
Caution – Hot Surface
This symbol is printed on the Printed Front Panel.
• Do not touch the front plate as the calibrator is heating up – this may be very hot.
Note….
The product liability only applies if the instrument is subjected to a manufacturing defect. This
liability becomes void if the user fails to follow the maintenance instructions set out in this manual
or uses unauthorized spare parts.
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3.0
Setting up the Calibrator
3.1 Receipt of the Calibrator
When you receive the instrument….
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Carefully unpack and check the calibrator and the accessories and the optionals.
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Check the parts against the list shown below. If any of the parts are missing or damaged, please
contact us.
You should receive
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Calibrator
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Instruction Manual
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Calibration Certificate
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Mains Power Cord
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Optionals
o
CD-ROM containing Software Package “Cal Temp”
o
RS 232 Serial Cable
o
Cal Temp Manual
When reordering please specify the part number found in the list of spare parts, section 9.0
3.2
Preparing the Calibrator
Warning
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The calibrator must not be used in areas prone to explosive hazards.
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The calibrator must be kept clear within an area of 20 cm on all three sides and 1 meter at the
front side.
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Allow free air circulation around the black body source module to permit adequate cooling
Note….
The Instrument must not be exposed to draughts.
When setting up the calibrator, you must….
Place the calibrator on an even horizontal surface in the spot you intend to use it.
Don’t place the instrument vertically.
Caution…
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Make sure you allow enough room in front of the Blackbody Source to accommodate the
minimum focal lengths of all Pyrometers you plan to calibrate. The Pyrometer lens must be in
a direct line with the aperture of the Black-body Source.
Do not use the instrument if the Cooling fan located at the back of the instrument is out of
order.
Ensure a free supply of air to the Fan Grill located at the back of the instrument.
Check that earth connection for the instrument is present and attach Power Cord.
The calibrator is now ready for use.
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3.3 Thermocouple Connection
Type K Thermocouple is factory wired in the receptacle at the rear of the Black Body Source. Use the
Type K compensating / Extension cable to connect the receptacles to the indicator.
Warning
Never attempt to connect external voltage to the Thermocouple receptacle at the rear.
3.4
Sighting and Focussing the Calibrator
Before Sighting and Focusing the Calibrator, please note the following important warning.
Warning
Keep all flammable substances and fumes away from the Black Body calibration system.
Do not touch the handle of the calibrator during use – it may be hot.
The Calibrator is now ready for use.
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4.0
Operating the Calibrator
4.1 Display Panel
Green Display : Process Temperature or Program
Green LED (flashing green bulleted Square in the top left corner): Output
Indicator
4.2 Operational Procedure
a) Connect the power cable to the Black Body Calibration System
b) Switch on the instrument
c) Set the required temperature in the PID Controller as follows.
d) Press “*” key and “5“ key simultaneously to increase the set temperature.
e) Press “*” key and “6“ key simultaneously to decrease the set temperature.
f)
Place the Pyrometer which is to be calibrated at the specified focal length in line with the Black
Body Source
g) Allow the bath to stabilize at the set temperature.
h) Connect Thermocouple Output from the source to the indicator and note down the readings of the
Pyrometer.
i)
Repeat Steps d to h for other set of calibration points.
j)
After calibration is over, set the bath temperature to ambient and allow the bath to cool
k) After reaching the ambient temperature, switch off the power supply.
To Select the Unit (°C / °F)
4.1
a) Press the “5&6” key together and hold for 3 seconds.
b) Use the 5 or 6 key to locate the LEVEL Function
c) Press and hold the * key and use the 5 or 6 key to get LEVEL 2.
d) Use the 5 or 6 key to get “Unit” on the display
e) Press and hold the * key and use the 5 or 6 key to get the required Unit (°C or °F)
f)
Press 5 or 6 key together for 3 seconds to exit setup.
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5.0 Storing and transporting the Calibrator
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Caution….
The following guidelines should always be observed when storing and transporting the
calibrator. This will ensure that the instrument remain in good working order.
Switch off the calibrator using the power control switch. Turning off the calibrator during the calibration process will
not damage the instrument
The following routine must be observed before switching off the instrument.
Over 100˚C / 212˚F
If the calibrator has been heated upto temperatures above 100˚C / 212˚F, you must wait until the
instrument reaches a temperature at 10˚C / 50˚F above ambient before you switch off.
Warning
If you intend to store the calibrator in the Packing Box after use, you must ensure that the
instrument has cooled to a temperature at 10˚C / 50˚F above ambient before placing it in the
Packing Box.
6.0 Replacing the Fuses
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Warning
The fuse box must not be removed from the Socket until the power cord has been disconnected.
The fuses should be replaced by same type and rating.
1. Locate the main fuse in the fuse box of the mains Socket.
2. Open the lid of the fuse box using a screwdriver.
3. Replace the fuse. Fuse ratings is
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6.3 A F (Main Fuse)
1. Locate the Heater Fuse and Control Fuse in the corresponding fuse holders marked in the
enclosure of the equipment.
2. Open the fuse holder cap by rotating it in the anti clockwise direction.
3. Replace the fuse. Fuse ratings are
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6.3 A T (Heater Fuse)
500mA F (Control Fuse)
Warning
Ensure the power cord has been disconnected from the equipment before removing the fuse lid
from the box..
The fuse should be replaced by same type and rating.
If the fuse blows immediately after you have replaced them, the calibrator should be returned to the
manufacturer for service.
6.1
Returning the calibrator for Service
When returning the calibrator to the manufacturer for service, please enclose a fully completed
service information form. Simply copy the form on the following page and fill in the necessary
information. The calibrator should be returned in the original packing.
Note….
E Instruments’ liability ceases if:
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Parts are replaced / repaired using spare parts which are not identical to those
recommended by the manufacturer.
Non-original parts are used in any way when operating the instrument.
E Instruments‘ liability is restricted to errors that originated from the factory.
Service info
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Customer data:
Date:
Customer name and address:
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Attention and Dept:
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Fax no. / Phone no.:
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Your order no.: _________________________________________________________
Delivery Address:
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Instrument data:
Model and Serial No. _____________________________________________________________
Warranty Claimed
Yes: ______ No: _____ Original Invoice No.
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Calibration
Check
Service
If Service problem encountered, please mention
briefly.____________________________________________________________________________
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Diagnosis data / Cause for return:
Diagnosis / Fault description:
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Special requests:
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Safety precautions: If the product has been exposed to any hazardous substances, it must be thoroughly
decontaminated before it is returned to E Instruments. Details of the hazardous substances and any precautions to
be taken must be enclosed.
7.0 Maintenance
7.1
Cleaning
Caution…
Before cleaning the calibrator, you must switch it off, allow it to cool down to ambient
temperature and remove all cables.
Users should/must carry out the following cleaning procedures as and when required.
7.2
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The exterior of the instrument – Clean using water and a soft cloth. The cloth should be wrung
out hard to avoid any water penetrating the calibrator and causing damage.
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The Black Body Core – Insert a soft bristled brush into the aperture of the Black Body Source
Core. Slightly brush away any residue /dust on the black body core from the front side.
Adjusting and calibrating the instrument
You are advised to return the calibrator to E Instruments or an accredited laboratory at least once a year for
calibration.
8.0
Technical Specifications
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All specifications are given with an ambient temperature of 25˚C /77.0˚F ±3˚C/5.4˚F
General Specifications
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions H x D x W
380 x 365 x 205 mm (14.96” x 14.4” x 8.1”)
Weight
8 Kgs. (17.6 lbs)
Aperture
25mm (0.98”)
POWER SUPPLY
Line Voltage / frequency
230 VAC ±10% / 60Hz (Optional 115v / 60Hz)
Power Consumption
1000 Watts
RS232 COMMUNICATION INTERFACE
Type of connection
9 pole, D sub male
OPTIONAL
Software
Calibration Software
ENVIRONMENT
Ambient operating temperature range
15 – 40˚C
Storage Temperature Range
10 –50˚C
Humidity Range
40 – 75% RH
Protection Class
IP10
READOUT SPECIFICATIONS
Temperature Units
˚C / ˚F
Resolution (Manual Selection)
1 ˚C / 1 ˚F
THERMAL SPECIFICATIONS
Maximum Temperature
1200°C / 2192° F
Minimum Temperature
500˚C / 932 ˚F at ambient temperature 30˚C /86°F
Within 0.5% of indicated temperature with a
minimum of 3°C
Basic Accuracy
Stability
±1.5°C
Heating Time to max.
60 minutes (Ambient to 1200°C / 2192° F)
Cooling time
75 min from 1200°C / 2192° F to 500˚C / 932 ˚F
Emissivity
Better than 0.97
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9.0 List of Spare Parts
All parts listed in the list of spare parts can be obtained from the factory.
Please contact E Instruments for assistance if you require parts which don’t appear on the list.
List of Spare Parts
Spare parts
Spare Parts No.
Fuses
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Main Fuse 6.3A T
BBSHF001
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Heater Cartridge Fuse 6.3 A T
BBSHF003
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Control Fuse 500mA F
BBSHF004
Heater
BBSHH001
K Type Duplex Thermocouple
BBSHS001
Core
BBSHC001
Thermocouple Connection
PID Controller
Solid State Relay
BBSHTC001
BBSHP001
BBSHSSR001
Cooling Fan
BBSHC001
LED
BBSHL001
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