pressurized enclosure system F 840

pressurized enclosure system F 840
User's manual
Pressurized
enclosure system
F 840
manual_f840_v1.0.doc, rev 4
F840
1 Introduction
Page 2
Contents
1
Operation instruction explosion proofed devices.......................................................................3
2
Particular requirements to pressurized enclosure system F840 ...............................................4
2.1
General requirements ................................................................................................................4
2.2
Determination of pre- purging period .........................................................................................4
2.3
Mechanical requirements to the EEx nP- housing.....................................................................4
2.4
Purge medium requirements......................................................................................................6
2.5
Temperature class of the EEx nP- housing ...............................................................................6
3
Introduction: pressurized enclosure system F 840.....................................................................6
3.1
Pressurized enclosure system for zone 2..................................................................................7
3.1.1
Pressurized enclosure system without pre- purging ..........................................................7
3.1.2
Pressurized enclosure system with pre- purging................................................................7
4
Mounting and Connecting..............................................................................................................9
4.1
Mounting, Dimensions ...............................................................................................................9
4.1.1
Control device FS840 .........................................................................................................9
4.1.2
Optional solenoid valve for purging ....................................................................................9
4.2
Connecting and starting .............................................................................................................9
4.2.1
Terminals of the FS840 ......................................................................................................9
5
Configuration and operation........................................................................................................10
5.1
Display .....................................................................................................................................10
5.2
Monitor Lamp ...........................................................................................................................10
5.3
Keyboard..................................................................................................................................10
5.4
Indication modes during normal operation...............................................................................10
5.5
Configuration............................................................................................................................10
5.5.1
The menu format ..............................................................................................................11
5.6
How to enter and leave the bypass mode ...............................................................................13
6
Annex .............................................................................................................................................14
6.1
Terminals and Terminals Ex- limits..........................................................................................14
6.2
Technical details ......................................................................................................................14
6.3
Flow chart.................................................................................................................................15
6.4
Flow rate table..........................................................................................................................15
6.5
Type sign..................................................................................................................................16
6.6
Problems and solutions............................................................................................................16
6.7
Type code ................................................................................................................................16
6.8
List of Parameters ....................................................................................................................16
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1 Operation instructions
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Operation instruction explosion proofed devices
Application and Standards
This instruction manual applies to explosion protected control panels of type of protection types below.
This apparatus is only to be used as defined and meets requirements of EN 60 079 particularly
EN 60079-14
"electrical apparatus for potentiality explosive atmospheres"
It can be used in hazardous locations which are hazardous due to gases and vapours according to the
explosion group and temperature class as stipulated on the type label. When installing and operating
the explosion protected distribution and control panels the respective nationally valid regulations and
requirements are to be observed.
General Instructions
Please take care for adept transportation, storage and mounting, as well as accurate service and
maintenance. Operation of this device should only be implemented by authorised persons and in strict
accordance with local safety standards. The electrical data on the type label and if applicable, the
"special conditions" of the test certificate TÜV 03 ATEX 2095X is to be observed.
For outdoor installation it is recommended to protect the explosion protected distribution and control
panel against direct climatic influence, e.g. with a protective roof. The maximum ambient temperature
is 40°C, if not stipulated otherwise.
Terminal compartment in Increased Safety
!
When closing, it is to be ensured that the gaskets of the terminal compartment remain effective, thus
maintaining degree of protection IP 54 to DIN 40 050. Unused entries are to be closed off by impactproof stopping plugs, which are secured against self-loosening and turning.
Maintenance Work
The gaskets of Ex e enclosures are to be checked for damages and replaced, if required. Terminals,
especially in the Ex-e chamber are to be tightened. Possible changes in colour point to increased
temperature. Cable glands, stopping plugs and flanges are to be tested for tightness and secure fitting.
,
Safety Measures: to read and to comply
Work on electrical installations and apparatus in operation is generally forbidden in hazardous locations, with the exception of intrinsically safe circuits. In special cases work can be done on nonintrinsically safe circuits, on the condition that during the duration of such work no explosive atmosphere exists. Only explosion protected certified measuring instruments may be used to ensure that the
apparatus is voltage-free. Grounding and short circuiting may only be carried out, if there is no explosion hazard at the grounding or short circuit connection.
Warning! Extreme caution is advised when handling this device. High electrical discharge is possible
and can be fatal.
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2 particular requirements to F840
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Particular requirements to pressurized enclosure system F840
The FS840 can be combined with every EEx nP- housing that full fills the following requirements.
2.1
2.2
General requirements
1
The EEx nP system must be inspected by a skilled person of accordance to IEC
60079 –2, EN 60079 –14 and this manual.
2
Mount the solenoid valve (purging medium input) and control unit FS840 to an
maximum of distance (optimal arrangement is diagonal)
3
The operator must not do any technical changes to the control unit FS840. Any
change will invalidate the conformity statement TÜV 03 ATEX 2095 X.
4
Any maintenance activities has to be done by Gönnheimer Elektronic GmbH
5
Corrupt EEx p- pipe connections have to be repaired immediately
Determination of pre- purging period
If its not sure, at power up, that the atmosphere inside of the enclosure and the appropriate pipes is below 25% of the lower explosive limit (LEL) (EN 60079 – 14 chapter 13.4), a pre- purging of the pressurized enclosure is necessary.
2.3
Mechanical requirements to the EEx nP- housing
6
Regard particularly IEC 60079-2, section 7
7
The EEx nP- housing must hold the 1,5 – fold of the maximum pressure, which
can be reached inside of the cabinet, 2 mbar at least. The operator has to define
the maximum pressure of the housing and has to program this pressure value as
monitored max. pressure into the FS840.
8
The EEx nP- housing must pass a impact test according DIN EN 50021 Table 13
9
The protection class of the EEx nP- housing must be greater than IP40.
10
Cable glands must have a protection class greater than IP54.
11
If the EEx nP- housing has surface made of synthetics (e.g. windows) with an
area greater than 100 cm², than a warning sign against electro static discharge is
necessary.
Caution ! Danger of static discharge. Clean only with humid cloth!
12
There is no danger of static discharge, if the synthetic surface has a thickness of
≤ 0,2 mm (Group IIC) respectively 2 mm (Group IIB) or less and it is mounted on
a metallic ground.
13
If the EEx nP- housing posses internal compartments the installer has to obey the
following rules:
a) Components with a free internal volume less than 20 cm³ are not considered
to be internal compartments requiring purging as long as the total volume of all
such components is not more than 1% of the free internal volume of the pressurized apparatus. (IEC 60079 – 2; Abs. 5.5.4)
b) Provide not less than 1 cm² of vent area for each 1000 cm³, with a minimum
vent size of 6,3 mm diameter should be allow for adequate purging. (IEC
60079 – 2; Abs. 5.5.2)
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c) Place the vents in a diagonal order, as shown on the picture below, with a
minimum vent size of 6,3 mm diameter
Vents
Vents
d) Installer can also remove covers or doors of internal housings if they provide
adequate vent diameters alternatively.
e) If the topics above are not applicable, a separate piping must be added to the
internal compartment. The purge medium flow through the compartment must
be high enough to make sure that the air in the compartment is exchanged at
least 10 times higher. For instance:
FS
Nozzles to
distribute air
Pressurized enclosure
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2.5
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Purge medium requirements
14
The purging medium must not be derived from hazardous area, it must be contamination free ( dry, free of oil and dust)
15
The temperature of the purge medium should not exceed 40°C.
16
If another purge medium than air is used, it is important to regard the minimum
oxygen content of the ambient. Maybe it is necessary to install a exhaust pipe
from the FS840 to out-of-door.
17
The pressure lost an the solenoid valve (PValve) must not be higher than 500
mbar, while pre- purging.
18
The introduction of flammable gas into the EEx nP- housing, e.g. for gas analyser
application, is prohibited.
Temperature class of the EEx nP- housing
The installer has to define the maximum ambient temperature and the resulting maximum temperature
class of the EEx nP- housing.
To determine the temperature class, measure, on worst conditions, the hottest point on the surface of the
EEx nP housing and recalculate it to the maximum ambient temperature. The minimum temperature class
is the one of the FS840 and its surface temperature.
If some parts inside of the housing get hotter than the temperature class, the installer has to determine
the time in which the temperature of those parts falls below the temperature class. He has to place a sign
on the EEx nP- housing with the following sentence:
Power off the apparatus and wait for x minutes for cool down !
X is the determinate time multiplied with a safety factor 1,5.
3
Introduction: pressurized enclosure system F 840
The use of simplified pressurized enclosures allows the operation of ‘non explosion protected’ devices in
hazardous areas inside zone 2. The protection type ‘pressurisation’ is based on the principle of maintaining a constant pressure using air or a protective gas to prevent an explosive mixture forming near the
apparatus inside the pressurized enclosure.
Generally before start-up, the pressurized enclosure must be purged with air or protective gas to remove
any explosive mixture that may be inside the enclosure. This automatic procedure is called purging process.
An simplified pressurized enclosure system consists of two components and the enclosure.
1.
control unit FS840 for process control and monitoring
2.
Sinter metal throttle SD840 to control air input fed by pressured air network
See manual F840 for requirements of pressurized enclosure and integrated ignition capable apparatus.
If the operator is not sure, that the atmosphere inside of the enclosure and the appropriate pipe infrastructure is below 25% of the lower explosive limit (LEL) (EN 60079 – 14 chapter 13.4), the enclosure
must be purged to achieve a safe atmosphere inside of the enclosure.
The F840 system can purge the enclosure automatically using the solenoid valve SVD.L. In this case the
SVD.L replaces the sinter metal throttle.
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3.1
3 Configuration and operation
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Pressurized enclosure system for zone 2
The control device FS840 provides all necessary functions to install a pressurized enclosure system according EN 60079-14 section 13 : 1998, resp.. IEC 60079-2 : 2001 „pz“ . The FS840 measures the internal pressure and alarms or powers off, if the pre- defined minimum pressure is reached. The FS840 can
also pre purge the housing before automatic powering on the housing. In this case connect a digital working 2/2 way solenoid valve to the appropriate terminals. The solenoid must have a separate certification
for zone 2.
FS840
programmable outputs
monitoring outputs nc/no):
Te1
keys
purging
medium
outlet
Te2
Te3
µP
Te4
Te5
Ex p protection ok
Bypass aktive
Purging
P < monitoring pressure
P > P max
Output solenoid valve
Te6
U
P
~
=
Te9/10
Mains
Te7/8
particle barrier
solenoid valve
SVD.L as option
EEx nP - housing
nozzle
A
P
Bypass throttle adjustable
alternative
with prepurging
without prepurging
adjustable throttle
Figure 1 Block diagram
3.1.1 Pressurized enclosure system without pre- purging
If the operator is sure, that the atmosphere inside of the enclosure and the appropriate pipe infrastructure
is below 25% of the lower explosive limit (LEL) (EN 60079 – 14 chapter 13.4) at power up, he can abandon the pre purging of the enclosure in zone 2. In that case the FS840 monitors only the pressure inside
of the enclosure on 0.8 mbar at minimum and maximal 18.0 at maximum. If any limit is exceed, the
FS840 changes the state on relay(s) output(s).
The purge medium flows through an adjustable sinter metal throttle into the housing while reducing its
pressure (see block diagram). The FS840 has an mechanical output valve which opens at approximately
5 mbar to let the purge medium out. Before this valve is a spark lattice located thus the purge medium
can be exhausted directly to the hazardous area.
3.1.2 Pressurized enclosure system with pre- purging
To pre- purge the housing connect a digital working 2/2 way solenoid valve (SVD.L) to the terminal 5 and
6 of the FS840. Also configure the pre- purging period into the structure menu of the control device. After
pre- purging the valve closes automatically and the adjustable throttle of the SVD.L lets a small amount of
purging medium into the housing to hold pressure.
The installer can determine the pre- purging time once by doing the attenuation test according EN 50016
section 14.3.
As an alternative he can calculate the purging time without the elaborate attenuation test see below:
The purging time depends on minimum flow (Qmin), free internal volume (V) and the free volume of the
connected pipes (Va). Final the calculated time must be multiplied by 10. The purging time tpurge is:
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t purge =
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10 × (V + Va)
Qmin
The minimum flow (Qmin) depends on the minimum pre pressure (Ppremin), the pressure lost at the valve
(PValve), internal pressure of the EEx nP- housing (PInt) and the nozzle diameter (d). The pressure lost at
the valve (PValve) should not exceed 500 mbar. The maximum internal pressure of the housing is defined
to be less than 20 mbar. The minimum flow Qmin can be calculated by:
Qmin =
2 × ( Ppre min − PValve − PInt )
ρ
d 2 ×π
×
4
ρ is the density of the purging medium. The density of air is ρ =1,2393 kg/m3, the density of nitrogen is
1,25 kg/m3. WE calculate the ρ of air for all gases, because the difference is only 3%.
The installer can calculate the purging time of ist own or he can use the automatic calculation in the menu
of the FS840 (see also section 5.5.1)
Example:
QBeispiel =
2 × (2 − 0,5 − 0,025) × 105
QBeispiel ≈ 0,0015
kg
1,293 3
m
kg
m
m
s2
2
×
0,002 × m × π
,
4
2
2
mit 1 bar = 105
kg
m
s2
m2
m3
l
≈ 1,5
s
s
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Mounting and Connecting
4.1
Mounting, Dimensions
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4.1.1 Control device FS840
The control device FS840 is suitable for mounting in hazardous area zone 2. The installer can place it in
or outside of the EEx nP housing.
The installer can mount the control device using the 4 mounting holes in the housing rear, but the fixing
on the air in- or outlet is sufficient.
, Warning
, Warning
Observe local safety guidelines and the regulative:
EN 60079-14
Additional see conditions to EEx nP System in section 2 in this manual.
4.1.2 Optional solenoid valve for purging
The installer can mount the solenoid valve in or outside of the EEx nP housing, see details from manufacturer documentation.
4.2
Connecting and starting
Note the following item while connecting:
, Warning!
• LINE VOLTAGE Extreme caution is advised
when handling this device. High electrical discharge is possible and can be fatal.
• See Installation regulative EN 60079-14 as well as
Conformity statement TÜV 03 ATEX 2095X
• Do not exceed terminal safety limits of each terminal
See limits in technical details or declarations of conformity.
• The internal solenoid valve fuse must be adapted
to the solenoid valve
4.2.1 Terminals of the FS840
Terminal Comment
1,2
3,4
5,6
7,8
9,10
+
Relay contact 1
Relay contact 2
Terminal for solenoid valve
Mains, according to model conductor N or minus by DC
Mains, according to model conductor L1 or plus by DC
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Configuration and operation
Configure the F840 with the 4 keys and the display.
5.1
Display
The built-in 8- figures display indicates operation modes, present pressure or flow rate data, as well as
malfunctions.
5.2
Monitor Lamp
The FS840 has a monitor lamp below the display. This red lamp (LED) blinks if the pressure inside of the
EEx p- housing is below the defined minimum pressure. In bypass mode the LED is permanently on and
in normal operation the lamp is off.
5.3
Keyboard
The four multi-functional keys have different meanings and functions depend on the present operation
mode.
Key
„Shift right“-button
BYPASS
Operation
mode
Function
normal operation
none
running menu
Shift cursor one position right.
normal operation
Activates Bypass; i.e. enable toggle ignition-capable
device on or off independently of the purging status
!
(Be sure, that no explosive atmosphere is
in environment)
„Up“-button
INFO
running menu
normal operation
Get next menu item
Changes indication of the display: present pressure,
flow rate, remaining purge time and present state of
the purging system
running menu
Get previous menu item
normal operation
Enters main menu
running menu
Initiates and confirms parameter input
„Down“-button
MENÜ
„Enter“- button
5.4
Indication modes during normal operation
The actual status of the EEx nP- System is generally shown on the info display. Using the “Down- button
the user can toggle to the pressure and remaining purge time indication.
5.5
Configuration
You must configure and enter the parameters of the control unit FS840 to achieve a desired mode of
operation. All parameters of the control unit are structured in form of a menu.
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5.5.1 The menu format
In the following table below shows explanations of the menu items. The table works as a reference guide
for programming the desired system structure and to set the appropriate parameters correctly. The menu
items are roughly sorted by class.
Please note that the viewable conditions of parameters are not included.
Classification
1.Level
2.Level
3.Level
Language
Structur
Purging
Purg. Y.
Purg. N.
Auto
Auto. Y.
Auto.N.
O1 Func.
none
O-Ex ok
O-Bypas
O-Purg.
O-.Signal
O-Pmax
O2 Funkt.
none
O2 no/nc.
no
O2 no/nc.
no
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Description, Explanation
Define the language shown on the
display of the FS840 in this menu
item. Available languages are: German, English, French, Dutch, Spanish
„Purg. Y.“ means that the EEx nPhousing will be pre purged before
“Ex Ok” Message is set
„Purg.N.“ means that the housing
will not be pre- purged. The “Ex Ok”
Message is set and the min. Pressure is monitored
Automatic purging time Yes:
The FS840 calculates the purging
time out of pre- pressure, nozzle
diameter
Automatic purging time No (=
Enter the purging time directly):
Define the function of output O1
(te. 1/2).
Explosion protection is ok:
The output is set, if the pressure is
higher than minimum.
Bypass- output: The output is high,
if the bypass is active
Purging- output: The output is high
as long the pre- purging procedure
is running
Signal pressure- output: the output
is high, if the actual pressure inside
of the EEx nP- housing is below the
signal pressure level
Maximum pressure- output: the
output is high, if the actual pressure
inside of the EEx nP- housing is
higher the maximum pressure level
Define the function of output O2
(te. 3/4). See functions O1 above
define the circuit-opening connection of output O1 (terminal (1/2)
no (= normal open)
nc (=normal closed)
define the circuit-opening connection of output O2 (terminal (3/4)
no (= normal open)
nc (=normal closed)
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Pur. Time
Pur. Vol.
Pre.-Pres
Nozzle
Min.Pres.P
Min.Pres.R
Max. Pres
Sig. Pr.
Codes
M-Code
By-Code
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Purge time [h/min/sec]:
Enter the purge time directly. The
parameter only appears, if “automatic = no “ is chosen.
If „automatic = Yes“ the following
parameters will be asked:
• Purge volume [dm³]
• Pre- pressure [bar]:
pressure of the purge medium pipe or pre pressure controller
• Internal nozzle diameter [mm]:
• Minimum pressure while prepurging [mbar]:
During pre- purging procedure the
FS840 monitors a increased pressure inside of the EEx nP housing
to achieve the defined flow on the
output valve. This increased pressure is monitored with this parameter (range = 7.0 mbar ...
max. pressure)
Minimum pressure at normal operation [mbar]:
Monitored minimum pressure
Maximum pressure at normal operation [mbar]:
Monitored maximum pressure
Signal pressure at normal operation [mbar]
Menu code: Code word to start the
main menu
It is not possible to deactivate this
code with „0000“.
Bypass code: Code word to start
bypass mode.
The code can be disabled with
„0000“ . The sequence „9999“ disables the bypass in general
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5.6
How to enter and leave the bypass mode
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The use of the bypass is only allowed, if its sure that no explosive
atmosphere is inside and around the EEx nP- housing
(1) 1. Press the “up”- button
By-CODE
0002
(2) The bypass code is needed
(3) The ex works Bypass code is ‘0002’.
Enter is right code using the arrow keys and confirm with the ENTER- key.
Bypass
,
NB
The bypass mode is now active.
Leave the bypass mode in the same way to enter.
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Annex
6.1
Terminals and Terminals Ex- limits
Terminal
1, 2
3, 4
5, 6
7/8, 9/10
Voltage
Um = 250VAC
Um = 250VAC
Um = 30V DC
Um = 250VAC
Um = 250VAC
Um = 30V DC
Current
Im = 5A bei AC1
Im = 1,2A bei AC15
Im = 5A bei DC1
Im = 5A bei AC1
Im = 1,2A bei AC15
Im = 4A bei DC1
Power
Pm = 1500VA
Pm = 300VA
Pm = 150W
Pm = 1500VA
Pm = 300VA
Pm = 150W
Comment
Relay contact 1
Relay contact 2
Terminal for solenoid valve
mains
Um = 250VAC
Table 1 Terminals Ex- limits
6.2
Technical details
Control unit FS 840
General
Mounting
Ex-protection class
inside hazardous area
II 3 G, EEx nAC [P] IIC T6
II 3 G, EEx nAC [P] IIC T5
Ex nAC [pz] IIC T6
Ex nAC [pz] IIC T5
EC- type certificate
Housing
-20°C ≤ TA ≤ 40°C
-20°C ≤ TA ≤ 60°C
-20°C ≤ TA ≤ 40°C
-20°C ≤ TA ≤ 60°C
TÜV 03 ATEX 2095 X
Environment
protection
IP65 (Remark: without considering purge medium
outlet)
Dimensions
H x W x D: 120 mm x 122 mm x 90 mm
Electrical
specifications
Material
Main voltage
Aluminium, lacquered / Ral 7035
AC: 230V, 115V ;
48 ..62 Hz
DC: 24V
Power consumption
Working circuits
Terminal 1-4
ca. 2 VA, without solenoid valve
Um = 250VAC, Im = 5A bei AC1,
Um = 250VAC, Im = 1,2A bei AC15,
Um = 30V DC; Im = 4A bei DC1,
Pm = 1500VA
Pm = 300VA
Pm = 150W
Solenoid valve te. 5/6 Output voltage is equal to mains, protected by internal
fuse
Max. wire diameter
Pneumatic
Pressure range
Mounting
Environment
temperature
EEx p
Configuration
Parameter input
2,5 mm²
0 ... 22 mbar
-20°C ...+40°C bei T6
-20°C ...+60°C bei T5
LC-Display, menu guided
Different languages : German, English, French,
Dutch, Spanish
See certificate TÜV 03 ATEX 2095 X for more information
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6.3
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Flow chart
flow verus pressure
20
Q
Q [m³/h]
[l/s]
5
15
4
3
10
2
5
1
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
P [mbar]
Figure 2: pressure versus flow inside Ex nP- housing
The diagram shows the relationship between pressure inside of enclosure and the output
flow. The diagram is only valid, without reducing input or output diameters as well as flow reducing pipes.
6.4
Flow rate table
The table below shows the flow rate depending on pre- pressure and nozzle diameter
Pressure
Flow rate [l/s]
ρ Air = 1.293 kg/m3
[bar]
5
Nozzle diameter [mm]
[10 Pa]
0,3
0,5
0,7
1
1,5
2
3
4
1,5
0,0275
0,076
0,149
0,304
0,693
1,208
2,676
4,653
2
0,0338
0,094
0,184
0,374
0,838
1,48
3,27
5,651
2,5
0,0391
0,109
0,213
0,433
0,968
1,708
3,759
6,471
3
0,0438
,0121
0,238
0,484
1,063
1,908
4,186
7,177
3,5
0,048
0,133
0,261
0,53
1,195
2,087
4,569
7,804
4
0,0518
0,144
0,282
0,573
1,28
2,252
4,917
8,37
4,5
0,0554
0,154
0,301
0,612
1,367
2,404
5,239
8,883
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6.5
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Type sign
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Überdruckkapselung Steuergerät
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TÜV 03 ATEX 2095 X
0032
II 3 G
II 3 G
6.6
EEx nAC [P] IIC T6
EEx nAC [P] IIC T5
TA 40°C
TA 60°C
Ex nAC [pz] IIC T6
Ex nAC [pz] IIC T5
TA 40°C
TA 60°C
Problems and solutions
Code forgotten
- turn the device off (e.g. disconnect from power supply)
- press the very right (red) key, turn the device on
- hold the key, until "RESET" appears
- all data is set to ex work defaults
6.7
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Type code
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Control unit FS840
Solenoid valve SVD.L.x
FS840 .x
mains:
230V AC ......................................... .0
115V AC ......................................... .2
24V DC ........................................... .6
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SVD.L .x
nozzle:
1 mm .............................................
1,5 mm .........................................
2 mm .............................................
3 mm .............................................
4 mm .............................................
5 mm .............................................
.1
.1.5
.2
.3
.4
.5
adjustable Sinter metal throttle
SD840
6.8
List of Parameters
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phone: +49(6321)49919-0, fax: -41
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F840
4 Annex
Page 17
System
identification
Installation no.:
Date:
FS 840. .
Production no.:
Solenoid valve
Inputs
Description
Language
FS840 language
Display
Value/ state
Language
Structure
Purging Should the FS840 pre- purge
the pressurized enclosure ?
Purg. Y.
Purg. N.
‰
‰
Auto
Auto. Y.
Auto. N.
Output
function O1
O1 Func.
‰
‰ none
‰ Exp. Protect. Ok
‰ Bypass
‰
‰ Purging out
‰ Signal pressure
‰ Max.pressure
Output
function O2
O2 Func.
‰ None
‰ Exp. Protect. Ok
‰ Bypass
‰ Purging out
‰ Signal pressure
‰ Max.pressure
O1 circuit
opening
connection
O1 no/nc
no
nc
‰
‰
O2 circuit
opening
connection
O2 no/nc
no
nc
‰
‰
Purging Automatic or direct purging
method volume input
Parameters
Purge time
Pur. Time
Purge volume
Pur. Vol.
Pre pressure
Pre.-Pres
Internal nozzle diameter
Codes
Purging
Nozzle
Minimum pressure while purging
Min. Pres.P
Minimum pressure at normal
operation
Min. Pres.R
Pressure monitor,
maximum pressure
Max. Pres
Pressure monitor,
signal pressure
Sig.. Pr.
Code for main menu
M-Code
Code for bypass
By-Code
Gönnheimer Elektronic GmbH
phone: +49(6321)49919-0, fax: -41
Email: info@goennheimer.de
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