TASK Turbo Pumping System

TASK Turbo Pumping System
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TASK Turbo
Pumping System
Manual No. 699933001
Revision C
March 2007
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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vacuum technologies
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ConFlat Flange is a registered trademark of Varian, Inc.
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Warranty
Products manufactured by Seller are warranted against defects in materials and workmanship for twelve
(12) months from date of shipment thereof to Customer, and Seller’s liability under valid warranty
claims is limited, at the option of Seller, to repair, to replace, or refund of an equitable portion of the
purchase price of the Product. Items expendable in normal use are not covered by this warranty. All
warranty replacement or repair of parts shall be limited to equipment malfunctions which, in the sole
opinion of Seller, are due or traceable to defects in original materials or workmanship. All obligations of
Seller under this warranty shall cease in the event of abuse, accident, alteration, misuse, or neglect of
the equipment. In-warranty repaired or replaced parts are warranted only for the remaining unexpired
portion of the original warranty period applicable to the repaired or replaced parts. After expiration of
the applicable warranty period, Customer shall be charged at the then current prices for parts, labor,
and transportation.
Except as stated herein, Seller makes no warranty, express or implied (either in fact or by operation of
law), statutory or otherwise; and, except as stated herein, Seller shall have no liability under any warranty, express or implied (either in fact or by operation of law), statutory or otherwise. Statements made
by any person, including representatives of Seller, which are inconsistent or in conflict with the terms of
this warranty shall not be binding upon Seller unless reduced to writing and approved by an officer of
Seller.
Warranty Replacement and Adjustment
All claims under warranty must be made promptly after occurrence of circumstances giving rise thereto,
and must be received within the applicable warranty period by Seller or its authorized representative.
Such claims should include the Product serial number, the date of shipment, and a full description of
the circumstances giving rise to the claim. Before any Products are returned for repair and/or adjustment, written authorization from Seller or its authorized representative for the return and instructions as
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for examination shall be prepaid via the means of transportation indicated as acceptable by Seller.
Seller reserves the right to reject any warranty claim not promptly reported and any warranty claim on
any item that has been altered or has been returned by non-acceptable means of transportation. When
any Product is returned for examination and inspection, or for any other reason, Customer shall be
responsible for all damage resulting from improper packing or handling, and for loss in transit, notwithstanding any defect or non-conformity in the Product. In all cases, Seller has the sole responsibility for
determining the cause and nature of failure, and Seller’s determination with regard thereto shall be
final.
If it is found that Seller’s Product has been returned without cause and is still serviceable, Customer will
be notified and the Product returned at Customer’s expense; in addition, a charge for testing and examination may be made on Products so returned.
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Reasonable care must be used to avoid hazards. Seller expressly disclaims responsibility for loss or
damage caused by use of its Products other than in accordance with proper operating procedures.
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Table of Contents
Preface ............................................................................................................................................ xii
Warnings, Cautions and Notes .................................................................................................... xii
TASK System Hazards ................................................................................................................. xii
EMC Warnings ........................................................................................................................... xiii
About this Manual ......................................................................................................................xiv
Maintenance ................................................................................................................................xv
Storage........................................................................................................................................ 1-1
Controller Description ................................................................................................................ 1-2
Controller Interface ............................................................................................................... 1-2
Installation .................................................................................................................................. 1-4
General................................................................................................................................. 1-4
Installation Procedure ........................................................................................................... 1-5
Operation ....................................................................................................................................... 2-1
Startup ........................................................................................................................................ 2-1
TASK System Shutdown .............................................................................................................. 2-2
Power Failure.............................................................................................................................. 2-2
Troubleshooting.......................................................................................................................... 2-2
TASK System Start-Up Troubleshooting ................................................................................. 2-2
One-Button Start Configuration Procedure ............................................................................ 2-3
SH-110 Troubleshooting ....................................................................................................... 2-6
Appendix A. Specifications and System Configurations ......................................................... A-1
Request for Return Health and Safety Certification
Sales and Service Offices
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Introduction and Installation ........................................................................................................ 1-1
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List of Figures
Figure Caption
V-81-AG Font Panel............................................................................................................. 1-2
TASK System – Front View ................................................................................................... 1-5
TASK System – Rear View .................................................................................................... 1-5
ISO Flange Connection ........................................................................................................ 1-6
KF Flange Connection.......................................................................................................... 1-7
ConFlat Flange Connection.................................................................................................. 1-7
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1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-6
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List of Tables
Title
Page
1-1
1-2
1-3
2-1
2-2
2-3
A-1
A-2
V-81-AG and V-301-AG Front Panel Keypad Functions ....................................................... 1-2
TASK System Components ................................................................................................... 1-5
Flange Size - Clamps Required............................................................................................. 1-6
TASK System Start-Up Troubleshooting Guide ..................................................................... 2-2
Turbo Controller Troubleshooting Guide ............................................................................. 2-4
SH-110 Troubleshooting Guide ........................................................................................... 2-6
TASK Technical Specifications ............................................................................................ A-1
Task Configurations ............................................................................................................ A-2
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Declaration of Conformity
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EN 61010-1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and
laboratory use.
EMC Emissions:
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Frederick C. Campbell
Operations Manager
Vacuum Technologies
Varian, Inc.
Lexington, Massachusetts, USA
September 2003
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Preface
Warnings, Cautions and Notes
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The following icons are used in this manual to call attention to hazards and important
formation:
WARNING
Warnings are used when failure to observe instructions or
precautions could result in injury or death.
CAUTION
Cautions are used when failure to observe instructions could
result in damage to equipment, whether Varian supplied or
other associated equipment.
NOTE
Notes contain information to aid the operator in obtaining the
best performance from the equipment.
TASK System Hazards
This product must only be operated and maintained by trained personnel.
Before operating or servicing equipment, read and thoroughly understand all operation and
maintenance manuals provided by Varian. Be aware of the hazards associated with this
equipment, know how to recognize potentially hazardous conditions, and how to avoid
them. Read carefully and strictly observe all cautions and warnings. The consequences of
unskilled, improper, or careless operation of the equipment can be serious.
In addition, consult local, state, and national agencies regarding specific requirements and
regulations. Address any safety, operation, and/or maintenance questions to your nearest
Varian office.
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EMC Warnings
EN 55022 Class A Warning
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
FCC
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesirable
operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference when the equipment
is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and,
if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, can cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is also
likely to cause harmful radio communications interference, in
which case, the user is required to correct the interference at
their own expense.
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Contacting Varian
In the United States, you can contact Varian Customer Service at 1-800- 8VARIAN.
Internet users:
❑ Send email to Customer Service & Technical Support at
[email protected]
❑ Visit our web site at www.varianinc.com/vacuum
❑ Order on line at www.evarian.com
See the back cover of this manual for a listing of our sales and service offices.
About this Manual
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This manual is intended as an overall guide for installing, configuring and operating the
TASK turbo pumping system. The TASK system is comprised of three critical components:
❑ A turbo pump: Either an V-81M or a V-301.
❑ A turbo controller: Either an V-81-AG or a V-301-AG.
❑ An SH-110 scroll vacuum pump.
Instruction manuals for the turbo pump, turbo controller and the SH-110 scroll pump are
included with the TASK system. Refer to these individual manuals, listed below, for in-depth
discussions on use and troubleshooting:
Component
xiv
Component Part
Number
Instruction
Manual Part
Number
❑ V-81M turbo pump
9698901, 02, 03, 04 8790098301
❑ V-301 turbo pump
9698918, 19, 20, 21 8790094601
❑ V-81-AG turbo controller
9698988
8790098601
❑ V-301-AG turbo controller
9698991
8790098201
❑ SH-110 scroll pump
SH01101UNIV
699904311
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Maintenance
Personnel responsible for pump operation and maintenance must be well-trained and aware
of the accident prevention rules.
WARNING
❑ Death can result from contact with high voltages. Always
take extreme care and observe the accident prevention
regulations in force.
❑ When the machine is powered up, be careful of moving
parts and high voltages.
❑ If you have to perform maintenance on the pump after a
considerable time in operation, allow it to cool as the
temperature of the outer surface may be in excess of 60 °C.
❑ Always disconnect the pump power supply before beginning
maintenance work.
Before returning the pump to the factory for repair, the Health
and Safety sheet in this manual must be completed and sent to
the local sales office. A copy of the sheet must be inserted in the
pump package before shipping.
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NOTE
Dispose of the pump in accordance with specific national standards.
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Introduction and Installation
TASK is an indoor, bench-top turbo pumping system that is comprised of an SH–110 Scroll
backing pump and either a V- 81M or V-301 turbomolecular pump. TASK produces an
oil-free high vacuum, while maintaining one button operation. The system is available with
a variety of different inlet flanges (see Appendix A “Specifications and System
Configurations”).
The SH-110 is a hermetic, dry scroll vacuum pump suitable for pumping air or inert gases.
The pump is not intended to pump toxic, corrosive, explosive, or particulate-forming gases.
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The turbopump controllers are microprocessor-based frequency converters with
self-diagnostic and protection features to ensure the highest degree of reliability. They
display all of the relevant operating parameters and pump status information.
TASK system features include:
❑ One button operation
❑ Available in 120 VAC (50/60 Hz) or 220 VAC (50/60 Hz)
❑ Oil free high vacuum performance
❑ CE and CSA approvals
❑ Lifting hand holds
❑ KF, ISO or ConFlat flanges
❑ Manual turbo vent valve
❑ NW16 / ¼” FNPT exhaust connection
❑ Compact console
❑ Air-cooled vented case
Storage
When transporting and storing the TASK system, do not exceed the following environmental
requirements:
Temperature
-20 °C to +60 °C (-4 of to 140 °F)
Relative humidity
0 to 95% (non-condensing)
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Controller Description
The controller is available in two versions that operate with the voltage range listed below:
❑ V-81-AG: Model 969-8988 (100-240 Vac, 50-60 Hz)
❑ V-301-AG: Model 969-8911 (100-240 Vac, 50-60 Hz)
The Turbo V-81-AG and V-301-AG Rack controller is a micro-processor controlled
frequency converter with a new, enhanced feature that allows for greater control and
communication capabilities. This compact, 1/4 rack unit is designed for full worldwide
compatibility for vent valve control, active gauge pressure reading and pump operation
parameters control, as well as for self diagnostic and protection features.
Controller Interface
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Figure 1-1 shows the V-81-AG front panel. The key pad functions are explained in Table 1-1
on page 1-2 for both the V-81-AG and the V-301-AG turbo controllers.
Figure 1-1
Table 1-1
V-81-AG Font Panel
V-81-AG and V-301-AG Front Panel Keypad Functions
Keypad Item
Description
1
Keyboard push-button to recall on the display the cycle number, cycle time
and pump life.
2
Keyboard push-button for LOW SPEED mode selection. This is active only
when the front panel operation is selected.
Press:
❑ Once and the pump runs at stand-by speed.
❑ Again to unselect the mode.
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Table 1-1
V-81-AG and V-301-AG Front Panel Keypad Functions (Continued)
Keypad Item
3
Description
Keyboard push-button to recall on the display the pump current, pump
temperature, pump power and rotational speed. This is always active
regardless of the operating mode selected.
Press push-buttons 3 and 1 together for 2 seconds to put the controller in a
routine to program some operation parameters.
4
Keyboard push-button for START, STOP/RESET mode selection. This is active
only when the front panel operation is selected.
Press:
❑ Once and the starting phase begins
❑ Again and the pump stops.
5
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If the pump has been stopped automatically by a fault, press this push-button
once to reset the controller and a second time to restart the pump.
LCD back-lit alphanumeric display: dot matrix 2 lines x 16 characters.
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Installation
General
The TASK system is shipped with a plastic protective cover to prevent debris from entering
the turbo pump. If the cover shows signs of damage, which may have occurred during
transport, contact your local sales office. Always take care to prevent anything, including
fingers, from touching the turbo blades. The use of an inlet screen is recommended (factory
installed).
Obey the following:
❑ Use this equipment only on a sturdy, horizontal surface and indoors.
❑ Do not install or use the pump in an environment exposed to atmospheric agents
(rain, snow, ice), dust, aggressive gases, or in explosive environments or those with a
high fire risk.
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❑ During operation, the following environmental conditions must be maintained:
❑ Temperature: +5 °C to +35 °C (41 to 95 °F)
❑ Relative humidity: 0 to 95% (non-condensing)
CAUTION
Be certain the electrical mains power voltage corresponds to
that indicated on the white tab (110 or 220) adjacent to the On/
Off switch on the rear of the TASK system.
❑ Connect the TASK system to the power supply using an IEC-320 style power cord of
at least 10 A capacity (power cord included).
The total weight of TASK system and packaging is approximately 117.3 kg (53.2 lbs.).
WARNING
NOTE
1-4
When unpacking the TASK system, do not drop it. Avoid
sudden impact or shock vibration.
Normal exposure to the environment will not damage the TASK
system. Nevertheless, keep the pump inlet closed until the
turbo pump is installed in the system.
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Installation Procedure
Number
Figure 1-2
TASK System – Front View
Figure 1-3
TASK System – Rear View
Table 1-2
TASK System Components
Item
Number
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Figure 1-2 and Figure 1-3 show the TASK system front and back views, respectively, and
lists the components by number.
Item
1
Turbo pump
7
Vent valve lever
2
Turbo controller
8
Main switch on/off and fuse holder
3
Turbo controller power receptacle(s)
9
System cooling fan
4
SH-110 scroll pump
10
Scroll pump inlet filter
5
Scroll pump on/off switch (factory set
set on)
11
Scroll pump exhaust, NW16
6
Remove flange for ¼" FNPT
Scroll pump power receptacle
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There are three types of inlet flange connections for the TASK pumping system:
❑ “ISO Inlet Flange”
❑ “KF Inlet Flange” on page 1-7
❑ “ConFlat Inlet Flange” on page 1-7
ISO Inlet Flange
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Figure 1-4 shows the ISO flange.
Figure 1-4
ISO Flange Connection
To install:
1. Use the Varian claw clamps (P/N IC63250DCMZ) to connect to a turbo pump. Do not
use any other style. Table 1-3 lists the number of clamps required by flange size.
Table 1-3
Flange Size - Clamps Required
Number of
clamps
required
Flange size
ISO 63
4
ISO 100
8
ISO 160
8
2. Select the correct size centering ring; material and style.
3. Place the mating flange on the inlet flange, equally spacing clamps around the
connection and tighten.
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KF Inlet Flange
Figure 1-5 shows the KF flange.
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Figure 1-5 KF Flange Connection
To install:
1. Select the correct size centering ring and clamp material and style.
2. Place the mating flange on the inlet flange and secure with the clamp.
ConFlat Inlet Flange
Figure 1-6 shows the ConFlat flange.
Figure 1-6
ConFlat Flange Connection
To install:
1. Selected appropriate size ConFlat flange hardware. Silver plated hardware is
recommended to prevent galling.
2. Select the proper size copper gasket.
3. Insert bolts; tighten from the nut side in a clockwise rotation.
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Operation
The TASK system comes factory configured for normal speed, one-button operation. The
controller can be reconfigured to support your specific requirements. Please consult the
turbo controller manual for more detail.
Operation of the TASK system consists of:
❑ “Startup”
❑ “TASK System Shutdown” on page 2-2
❑ “Power Failure” on page 2-2
Startup
To start the TASK system:
1. Close the manual vent valve, located in the upper left corner on the rear of the unit. The
lever should be pointed down toward the floor. See Figure 1-3 on page 1-5, item
number 7.
2. Plug the Task system power cord into the appropriate power source. Turn on the system
using the on/off switch located in the lower left corner on the rear of the unit. See
Figure 1-3 on page 1-5, item number 8.
AUTO TEST appears on the turbo controller display and after a few seconds AUTO TEST
OK appears. In the event an error code appears, follow the repair action in Table 2-2 on
page 2-4.
After a few seconds STOP HZ FRONT appears.
3. Push the START/STOP button on the turbo controller front panel. STARTING - XXXXHz FRONT appears. The scroll pump starts and then the turbo starts.
The controllers are configured at the factory for high-speed operation. When the pump
accelerates to its normal rotational speed, NORMAL - XXXXHz - Front appears.
XXXX is:
❑ 963 Hz……….. for the V-301
❑ 1350 Hz……….for the V-81M
WARNING
Never expose the TASK system inlet when operating at normal
speed to the atmosphere. This could result in permanent turbo
pump damage and injury to personnel.
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❑ “Troubleshooting” on page 2-2
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TASK System Shutdown
To shutdown the system:
1. Press the START/STOP keypad button on the turbo controller. The SH-110 stops
immediately. The turbo pump winds down slowly unless it is vented.
2. Vent the turbo by lifting the toggle lever on the manual vent device, located in the rear
of the unit. See Figure 1-3 on page 1-5, item number 7.
Power Failure
In the event of a power failure:
❑ The controller shuts down. The turbo pump, scroll pump, and all the interconnected
devices also shut down. The system remains under vacuum.
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❑ When power is restored the controller runs the self-diagnostic test. When finished
with the test, STOP * Hz * Front appears on the display.
To restart the TASK system:
❑ Push the START/STOP keypad function button (See “Startup” on page 2-1).
Troubleshooting
TASK System Start-Up Troubleshooting
Table 2-1 lists the TASK system start-up troubleshooting.
Table 2-1
Problem
Turbo controller display
does not come on.
TASK System Start-Up Troubleshooting Guide
Possible Causes
Corrective Action
One or both fuses blow
Replace fuses (see Table 1-3 on
page 1-6, item 8)
Turbo controller may be
unplugged
Remove task cover and check
plug connections
If the problem is not resolved, check Table 2-2 on page 2-4. For
more details, see the turbo controller operators manual.
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Table 2-1
TASK System Start-Up Troubleshooting Guide (Continued)
Problem
Possible Causes
Turbo controller START
button is pushed, and scroll
pump does not turn on.
Corrective Action
Turbo controller not configured
for one-button start
Reconfigure as per the
“One-Button Start Configuration
Procedure”.
Scroll pump may be unplugged
Remove the TASK cover and
check plug connections.
Defective relay
Check that voltage is present at
the scroll pump receptacle once
the START button is pushed. If
not replace the relay.
One-Button Start Configuration Procedure
The turbo controller is configured for one-button start.
To configure for one-button start:
NOTE
Buttons discussed below are all located on the turbo controller
front panel.
1. Press the COUNTERS and MEASURES buttons simultaneously for 2 seconds until
MODE FRONT appears.
2. Press the MEASURES button until INPUT/OUTPUT appears.
3. Press the COUNTERS button.
4. Press the MEASURES button until START OUT MODE STARTING appears.
5. Press the COUNTERS button until START OUT MODE RUNNING appears.
6. Press the MEASURES button.
7. Press the COUNTERS and MEASURES buttons simultaneously for 2 seconds until STOP
XXXXHz Front appears.
8. If the scroll pump still does not start, continue on with the scroll pump troubleshooting
procedures.
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If the problem is not resolved, check Table 2-3 on page 2-6. For
more details, see the scroll pump operator manual.
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Table 2-2 lists some turbo controller error messages common to startup and describes how
to resolve the error.
Table 2-2 Turbo Controller Troubleshooting Guide
Message/Turbo
CHECK
CONNECTION
TO PUMP
Description
Incorrect connection between the
pump and the controller.
1. Check connection between
controller and pump.
Or
2. Press START twice to start the
pump.
The pump temperature is below 0° C.
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Resolution
WAITING
INTERLOCK
The interlock signal of connector P1 is Reset the short circuit between pin 3
activated by an interruption of the link and pin 8 of connector J1, or close
between pin 3 and 8 of connector J1, or the external interlock signal.
the external interlock signal is open.
PUMP OVERTEMP
The upper bearing/pump temperature
exceeds 60 °C.
1. Wait until the temperature
decreases below threshold value.
2. Press START twice to start the
pump.
CONTROLLER
OVERTEMPERATURE
The controller environment
temperature exceeds 70 °C.
1. Wait until the temperature
decreases below threshold value.
Or
2. Press START twice to start the
pump.
The controller radiator temperature
exceeds 60 °C.
TOO HIGH LOAD
The current drawn by the pump is
higher than programmed.
1. Check that the pump rotor is free
to rotate.
2. Press START twice to start the
pump.
SHORT CIRCUIT
After the starting phase, the output
connection is shorted.
1. Check the connections and
shortages between pump and
controller.
2. Press START twice to start the
pump.
SYSTEM OVERRIDE
The pump was stopped by an
emergency stop signal provided via a
remote contact.
1. Remove the controller power
cable and check the emergency
condition.
2. Reconnect the power cable and
press START twice to start the pump.
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Table 2-2
Message/Turbo
Turbo Controller Troubleshooting Guide (Continued)
Description
Resolution
OVERVOLTAGE
The controller power supply circuitry is Press START twice to start the pump.
faulty, or the Controller received a
If the message reappears, call Varian
spike.
for service.
POWER FAIL
Failure in the controller pump power
supply section.
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Contact Varian for maintenance.
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SH-110 Troubleshooting
Table 2-3 assists in troubleshooting SH-110 problems.
Table 2-3
Problem
Possible Causes
Corrective Actions
One or both fuses blown
❑ Replace fuses (see SH-110 user manual:
Motor thermal protector
open
❑ Allow motor to cool
Defective motor
Inspect.; Contact Varian
Poor ultimate
System leak
Locate and repair leak
pressure
Water in pump
Flush pump with air or dry nitrogen
Gas ballast plugged
Replace breather vent; Contact Varian
Solvent in pump
Flush pump with air or dry nitrogen.
Will not start
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SH-110 Troubleshooting Guide
P/N 699904311)
❑ Identify cause of overload
❑ Check the line voltage and the pump
voltage
configuration
❑ Identify cause of overload
Install trap or filter.
Hammering
noise
Seals worn out
Rebuild pump
Pump overheated
❑ Check ventilation to pump.
❑ Check ambient temperature.
Debris in pump
❑ Check intake screen
❑ Flush pump
❑ Disassemble pump and inspect
Pump runs
intermittently
Motor thermal protector is
intermittently cycling open
and closed*
❑ Allow the motor to cool
❑ Identify the cause of the overload
* The SH-110 is equipped with an auto-reset thermal motor protector. This protector
automatically shuts down the pump when it detects an overload condition; and
automatically restarts the pump when the motor has cooled to within an acceptable
temperature range.
2-6
TASK Turbo Pumping System
Appendix A. Specifications and System
Configurations
Table A-1 lists the TASK technical specifications.
Table A-1
TASK Technical Specifications
TASK System Specifications
Description
5 x 10−9 mbar
Base Pressure
Pumping Speed (l/s)
V-81-M KF 40 / 2.75" CFF (DN 40)
❑ N2 – 50
❑ H2 – 46
V-81-M ISO 63 / 4.50" CFF (DN63)
DRAFT 3/26/07
❑ He – 56
❑ N2 – 77
❑ H2 – 50
❑ He – 65
V-301 ISO 100 / 6.00" CFF (DN100) ❑ N2 – 250
❑ H2 – 200
❑ He – 220
V-301 ISO 160 / 8.00" CFF (DN160) ❑ N2 – 280
❑ H2 – 210
❑ He – 230
Rotational Speed
V-81M
1350 Hz
V-301
963 Hz
Operating Position
Vertical
Operating Ambient Temperature
5 °C to 35 °C
Input Voltage/Frequency
120 or 220 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Maximum Input Power
736 W/486 W (V-81M/V-301)
Bakeout Temperature
CFF: 120 °C at Inlet
KF, ISO: 80 °C at Inlet
Altitude
2000 m maximum
Humidity
0 to 95% non-condensing
Storage Temperature
-20 to 60 °C
A-1
TASK Turbo Pumping System
Table A-2 lists the TASK configurations available.
Table A-2 Task Configurations
Turbo Pump
V-81M
DRAFT 3/26/07
V-301
A-2
Inlet Flange
Part Number
120 V 50/60 Hz
Part Number
220 V 50/60 Hz
Shipping Weight
kgs (lbs)
KF 40
TPSK81MKF040120 TPSK81MKF040220
47.9 (105.7)
2.75" CFF
TPSK81MCF035120 TPSK81MCF035220
49.4 (108.8)
ISO 63
TPSK81MlS063120
47.9 (105.7)
4.50" CFF
TPSK81MCF063120 TPSK81MCF063220
49.4 (108.8)
ISO 100
TPSK301IS100120
TPSK301IS100220
49.8 (109.7)
6.00" CFF
TPSK301CF100120
TPSK301CF100220
53.2 (117.3)
ISO 160
TPSK301IS160120
TPSK301IS160220
49.8 (109.7)
8.00" CFF
TPSK301CF150120
TPSK301CF150220
53.2 (117.3)
TPSK81MIS063220
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TURBO PUMPS AND TURBOCONTROLLERS
Claimed Defect
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❒ Cooling defective
Describe Failure:
❒ Noise
❒ Vibrations
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❒ Clogging
Position
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❒ Other
................................
Parameters
Power:
Current:
Temp 1:
Temp 2:
Operation Time:
Rotational Speed:
Inlet Pressure:
Foreline Pressure:
Purge flow:
Turbocontroller Error Message:
ION PUMPS/CONTROLLERS
❒ Bad feedthrough
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❒ Error code on display
Describe failure:
VALVES/COMPONENTS
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Customer application:
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LEAK DETECTORS
INSTRUMENTS
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❒ Failed to start
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❒ Other ...............................
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❒ Damaged flange
❒ Other ...............................
❒ Display problem
❒ Degas not working
❒ Other ...............................
❒ Electrical problem
❒ Cooling coil damage
❒ Other ...............................
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