Model 9016 X-Purge Interfaces: User`s Manual

Model 9016 X-Purge Interfaces: User`s Manual
Model 9016 X-Purge
Interfaces:
User’s Manual
October 2015
Model 9016 X-Purge Operator Interface
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frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions in this manual
may cause interference to radio communications. Such equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class A computing device pursuant to Subpart J of Part 15 of the
FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against radio interference when
operated in a commercial environment. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely
to cause interference, in which case the user - at his own expense - will be required to take
whatever measures may be required to correct the interference.
Some components may not have been manufactured by Daisy Data Displays, Inc. If not, DAISY
has been advised by the manufacturer of the component that the component has been tested and
complies with the Class A computing device limits as described above.
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Phone: (717) 932-9999
www.makeitdaisy.com
October 2015 Edition
Manual Revision 1.7
Part Number D010-000002
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TABLE of CONTENTS
Model 9016 X-Purge ..................................................................................................1
Interfaces:...................................................................................................................1
User’s Manual ............................................................................................................1
DISCLAIMER ...........................................................................................................................2
FCC WARNING ........................................................................................................................2
Limited Warranty and Liability Statement .................................................................................3
TABLE of CONTENTS .............................................................................................................4
2.1
3.1
4.1
4.2
1
Introduction ......................................................................................................5
2
Hazardous Area Safety Methods: Theory of Operation ..............................6
Division 1: X-Purge Protection ...................................................................................6
3
Pre-Installation Testing ...................................................................................7
Division 1 X-Purge Test ..............................................................................................7
4
Installation ........................................................................................................9
PAC-Seal Connection Instructions ..............................................................................9
Purge Air Line Connection Instructions ......................................................................11
4.2.1
5.1
6.1
8.1
For Division 1 X-Purge Systems Model 9016 ..........................................................11
5
Start-Up Operation ..........................................................................................12
Division 1 X-Purge Start-Up Operation ......................................................................12
6
Operation Notes ...............................................................................................13
Division 1 X-Purge ......................................................................................................13
7
Customer Service .............................................................................................15
8
Trouble-Shooting Guide ..................................................................................16
Division 1 X-Purge Trouble-Shooting ........................................................................16
9
Specifications ....................................................................................................17
10 Drawings ...........................................................................................................18
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1 Introduction
Thank you for selecting a DAISY solution for your hazardous area operator interface
requirements!
This manual describes the general procedures for installing and operating DAISY Model
9016 X-Purge interface systems. The text portion of the manual also includes an overview of the
theory behind the methods used to make electronic systems safe for hazardous areas. Section 9,
Specifications, also contains an overview of system specifications, and Section 10, Drawings,
includes mechanical drawings of each unit.
We are always working to improve our documentation. If you have any suggestions or
requests, please forward them to our sales department at sales@Daisyinc.net, or to Daisy Data
Displays, Inc., 2850 Lewisberry Road, York Haven, PA 17370, Attn: User Manual Coordinator.
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2 Hazardous Area Safety Methods:
Theory of Operation
2.1
Division 1: X-Purge Protection
X-purge systems are another option available for Division 1 hazardous areas. The
installation of an X-purge system on an enclosure in a Division 1 area renders the area within the
enclosure to an essentially non-rated environment. Thus, normally rated equipment may be
installed within the enclosure (within reasonable limits, such as complying with temperature and
power restrictions).
An X-purge system is fully automated. The system not only provides the protective purge
and maintains positive pressure, but it also automatically controls the connection and
disconnection of power supplies and signal paths. A well-designed X-purge system also
automatically control flow rates, internal pressure regulation, purge timing, and switching of
states between purge flow and normal operation. DAISY X-purge controls provide all of these
features.
X-purge controls must also satisfy the FM 3620: 4.2 specifications. DAISY X-purged
equipment has also been validated by Factory Mutual as meeting these requirements.
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3 Pre-Installation Testing
Before installing your system in its final location, you may wish to test it to verify that
the purge system is functioning correctly.
3.1
Division 1 X-Purge Test
IMPORTANT NOTE: Pre-installation testing should always be conducted in a safe
area.
Equipment Required
• Clean, dry purge air or inert gas supply equipped with local water/oil separator or filter
capable of supplying 40 to 300 SCFH at 30 to 60 PSI.
• Fittings and tubing for purge air or inert gas supply (0.25” NPT Male to connect to the inlet
of the purge system).
• Local air pressure shutoff valve.
• AC power line (with ground) to pigtails (tinned bare wire, stripped 0.25”), 120V, 8A or
240V, 4A
Procedure
1. Place the unit in a safe area near a source of the purge gas to be used (compressed air line or
other inert gas source).
2. Temporarily install a pressure regulator, water/oil separator or filter, shutoff valve, pressure
relief valve, and pressure gauge in the purge air or inert gas line (see drawing P007).
3. Bleed the purge air or inert gas line to insure that dirt, moisture, and other
contaminants are cleared from the line prior to connecting the line to the unit!
4. Connect the purge gas line to the inlet of the regulator on the Purge Unit.
5. Remove the cover of the explosion-proof I/O casting (see drawing P007 at the end of this
manual).
6. Connect an AC power line (not plugged into AC power outlet!) to the power interface board
(see drawing P008). For connection, location and wiring, see drawing E017 (NOTE1).
7. Close all access doors and covers.
8. Apply purge gas to the system by opening the shutoff valve (if installed). Adjust the pressure
regulator on the air-in box (see drawing P008) so that the pressure gauge indicates 40 PSI.
9. Apply AC power to the unit.
10. Once the pressure inside the unit reaches 1.0” Water Column and at least 40 SCFH, the Purge
Status LED will illuminate yellow, indicating that it is purging. If the purge status indicator
does not turn yellow, inspect the unit for leakage. The gasketed panels can be checked with a
soap solution. If leaks are not obvious, verify that the purge air of inert gas is clean and dry
and that the pressure at the inlet is 40 PSI.
11. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPEN THE ENCLOSURE WHILE IT IS PRESSURIZED!
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12. Note the reading on the Pressure Gauge while slowly turning the Air Input Regulator up until
the purging process stops and the Purge Status LED flashes red with an error code of 2 – 2
(over pressure) or 3 –2 (over flow).
13. Remove AC power from the enclosure for a minimum of 30 seconds. Decrease the pressure
reading on the pressure gauge by 5 PSI.
This change may vary slightly on some unit; if in later testing the unit fails with an over flow
error (3-2 blink code), decrease the inlet pressure by another 2 PSI. Note this pressure for
use during start-up.
14. Re-apply AC power. The Purge Status LED will illuminate yellow. The system should purge
for a minimum of 8 minutes. The time will vary according to the flow rate of the air into the
enclosure; lower flow rates will result in a longer purge time.
15. After the purge is complete, the Purge Status indicator will illuminate green. AC power is
now applied to the internal electronics so you should be able to power on the display or PC.
16. If the purge status light blinks red, one of several possible errors has been detected. Please
refer to Table 6.1 on page 14 for an explanation of the possible error codes.
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4 Installation
4.1
PAC-Seal Connection Instructions
A conduit seal is necessary for most equipment enclosures in hazardous areas. Please
consult your local code for other instances and full details.
ALWAYS follow all NEC, NFPA, and local codes when installing conduit and PACseals in hazardous areas! It is very important that knowledgeable personnel, familiar with
national and local codes, supervise hazardous area equipment installations.
The sealing compound generally used for PAC-seals is an inorganic, chemically setting,
magnesium oxide base material, which develops a slight expansion while hardening into a
porcelain-like body. Sealing Compound is supplied as a powder and need only be mixed with
water to apply. Approximately one ounce of sealing compound is needed per cubic inch of space
to be filled.
The sealing compound powder has a shelf life of six months when stored in unopened,
tightly sealed containers in a dry location at 70°F.
Any equipment accidentally splashed with sealing compound should be cleaned with
soap and water before the sealing compound cures.
Equipment Required
• Four PAC-Seal fittings, 1” NPT or 0.75” NPT for the X-Purge (2 for conduit connection at
the enclosure or I/O casting, 2 for connection in the safe area), or sealing conduits. The PAC
Seal and conduit size selected will depend on the size and number of conductors, which must
be run to the unit. Check the NEC tables (Chapter 9, Table 4) to determine the conduit size
necessary
• Conduit for electrical signals and for electrical power (separate runs), NEC and NFPA
approved for use in hazardous areas
• NEC and NFPA approved flexible conduit if needed for difficult installations
• Fittings as required for permanent conduit installation NEC and NFPA approved for use in
hazardous areas
• Signal cables, power cables, and connectors as required to mate with the equipment within
the enclosure or cast aluminum box
• AC power switch for use in the safe area
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Procedure
1. Threaded surfaces and pour locations should be cleaned with soap and water and thoroughly
dried before proceeding.
2. Install two conduit runs (one signal, one power) between the enclosure I/O casting and AC
power source (located in a safe area or in an explosion-proof box). See drawing P011 at the
end of this manual.
3. Shake the sealing compound powder well before mixing with water. The recommended mix
ratio is 5 parts powder to 1 part clean water, by weight. A 25mL vial of water has been
provided with the compound to meet this ratio. Place 70°F water into a clean mixing
container and gradually add powder to water while mixing. Continue mixing until a uniform
consistency is obtained. Mixing may be done with a slow-speed mixer or by hand with a
spatula. The minimum amount of water (as specified above) should be used as excess water
reduces mechanical strength, increases shrinkage, and delays set time. Failure of the cement
to adhere indicates setting has begun – discard cement, do not attempt to re-temper by adding
more water.
4. The compound may be applied by pouring, casting, or mechanical dispenser. The sealing
compound hardens with an internal chemical-setting action in 18 to 24 hours at ambient
temperature. Working time of the sealing compound when the powder is mixed with water is
approximately 30 minutes at 70°F. If accelerated curing is desired, low temperature oven
drying at 180°F can be used. Do not expose the sealing compound to higher temperatures,
constant water immersion, or steam environments while curing. If high humidity resistance is
required in the cured product, a moisture-resistant lacquer or silicone coating should be
applied to the exposed surfaces.
5. The packing fiber is made from an environmentally safe, non-asbestos material. It is easy to
use and forms a positive dam to hold the compound. The fiber is placed around each
individual wire or cable at both ends of the cavity for horizontal pouring in the PAC Seal so
that the Sealing Compound can encapsulate each completely. For vertical pouring, the
packing fiber need only be placed at one end. See drawing P002 at the end of this manual.
6. We recommend a special blend of lubricants, LUBT-2, for use with threaded joints. This
lubricant is to be used to prevent galling of the pipe threads when threaded into a coupling,
junction box, etc. It insures a quick release and undamaged male and female threads when
parts are disassembled. The thread lubricant is high quality lubricant to be used in
temperatures ranging from -40° to +50° F. It is recommended for use in a hazardous location.
The PAC Seal Compound, packing fiber and LUBT-2 are available from Killark at
http://www.killark.com/.
7. For enhanced reliability of the unit, install an AC line conditioner. AC power lines should be
no smaller than 14 gauge and have a TRUE EARTH GROUND.
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4.2
4.2.1
Purge Air Line Connection Instructions
For Division 1 X-Purge Systems Model 9016
After the unit has been mounted in its final location in the hazardous area, it must be
permanently connected to a purge air or inert gas line and checked for leaks and proper operation of
the purge/pressurization system. Only when its pressure integrity has been established should
electrical signals and power be brought “live” to the unit.
ALWAYS follow all NEC, NFPA, and local codes when installing purge systems in
hazardous areas! It is very important that knowledgeable personnel, familiar with national and
local codes, supervise hazardous area equipment installations.
Equipment Required
• Clean, dry purge air or inert gas supply equipped with local water/oil separator or filter capable
of supplying 40 to 300 SCFH at 30 to 60 PSI.
• Fittings and tubing for purge air or inert gas supply (0.25” NPT Male to connect to the inlet of
the purge system).
• Local air pressure shutoff valve.
Procedure
1. Mount the enclosure in the location in which it will be installed. This must be near the source of
air or inert gas to be used for the purge system.
2. Install the pressure regulator, water/oil separator or filter, shutoff valve, pressure relief valve, and
pressure gauge in the purge air or inert gas line (see drawing P011 at the end of this manual).
3. Bleed the purge air or inert gas line to insure that dirt, moisture, and other contaminants
are cleared from the line prior to connecting the line to the unit!
4. Connect the purge gas line to the inlet of the regulator on the Purge Unit.
5. The PAC-Seals bringing the power and signals to the explosion-proof I/O casting should already
be installed. Connect the signal lines to the interlock system (see drawings E018, E019, E022,
and E025).
6. Ensure that the power to the AC supply lines is disconnected. Connect the power line(s) to the Xpurge system (see drawing E017).
7. If the area can be made safe, you may want to test your connections before closing the explosionproof I/O casting. If you test the system in place, it is VITAL that you ENSURE THAT THE
AREA IS SAFE during the test and FOLLOW ALL APPLICABLE SAFETY
PROCEDURES for “hot work” in a hazardous area! You can test connections without
purging by holding down the “Bypass Purge” button (see drawing E020) while applying power;
you must release the button within 30 seconds of power application to prevent a diagnostic error.
When the button is released, power and signals are immediately “live” to the system; you can test
operation to make sure that the connections have been made correctly. Disconnect power
IMMEDIATELY upon completion of this test to ensure that the unit is not erroneously
operated in bypass mode!
8. When the signal and power connections are complete, replace the cover on the I/O casting and
secure with the supplied 14 hex-head bolts. Torque these bolts to 7.5 ft. lbs.
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5 Start-Up Operation
5.1
Division 1 X-Purge Start-Up Operation
1. Set DIP switches (see page 20 drawing P008, note 8 and page 38 drawing E029 note 3 to set
the DIP switches for the size enclosure you are going to purge.
2. When the air, signal, and power connections are complete, replace and close all access doors
and covers.
3. Apply AC power. The Purge Status LED will illuminate red. Power is now applied though
the Intrinsic Safety Barriers to the purge/pressurization control circuits only.
4. Apply purge gas to the system by opening the shutoff valve (if installed). If the preinstallation test has been performed, the air-in pressure regulator will be preset – you should
begin the start-up process at the pressure noted during testing. Otherwise, adjust the pressure
regulator on the air-in box (see drawing P008) so that the pressure gauge indicates 40 PSI.
5. Once the pressure inside the unit reaches 1.0” Water Column and at least 40 SCFH, the Purge
Status LED will illuminate yellow, indicating that it is purging. If the purge status indicator
does not turn yellow, inspect the unit for leakage. The gasketed panels can be checked with a
soap solution. If leaks are not obvious, verify that the purge air of inert gas is clean and dry
and that the pressure at the inlet is 40 PSI (or, if a pre-installation test was completed, at the
pressure noted during that test).
6. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPEN THE ENCLOSURE WHILE IT IS PRESSURIZED!
7. If the pre-installation test was completed and the unit appears to be functioning correctly
within the same parameters as during the test, you may skip the remaining steps of this
procedure.
8. Note the reading on the Pressure Gauge while slowly turning the Air Input Regulator until
the Purge Status LED flashes red with an error code of 2 – 2 (over pressure) or 3 –2 (over
flow).
9. Remove AC power from the enclosure for a minimum of 30 seconds. Decrease the pressure
reading on the pressure gauge by 5 PSI. This change may vary slightly on some unit; if the
unit fails during purging with an over flow error (3-2 blink code), decrease the inlet pressure
by another 2 PSI.
10. Re-apply AC power. The Purge Status LED will illuminate yellow. The purge time is set for
a minimum of 8 minutes. The time will vary according to the flow rate of the air into the
enclosure.
11. After the purge is complete, the Purge Status indicator will illuminate green. AC power is
now applied to the internal electronics and the signal relays are closed.
12. If the purge status light blinks red, one of several possible errors has been detected. Please
refer to Table 6.1 on page 14 for an explanation of the possible error codes.
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6 Operation Notes
6.1
Division 1 X-Purge
X-purge systems are fully automatic; the system safely disconnects power and signal
paths in the event of a purge failure. The DAISY purge control also performs automatic selfdiagnostics and can report other errors. Table 6.1 details both the normal conditions and the
errors (fatal and non-fatal) that are reported by the purge status LED (see drawing P008,
indicated by note 9). Please note that blink codes can be read in forward or reverse; that is, code
2-3 is the same is code 3-2. A “0” in the code column indicates steady (non-blinking) light. The
status column indicates the nature of the information being given: “informative” is simply a
status indication and no action needs to be taken, “non-fatal” is a condition that can be corrected
and operation will then proceed normally, and “fatal” are errors that require that the purge
system be shut down before correcting the problem and restarting the purge cycle.
Color
Green
Code
0
Yellow 0
Yellow 1-1
Meaning
Status
Operate,
purge
complete
Purge in
progress
Minor over
flow
Waiting to
begin
purge
Informative n/a
System
Error
Under
pressure
Fatal
Informative n/a
Non-fatal
Turn the air in regulator down a few PSI.
Non-fatal
Turn the purge gas supply on. If it is on, the
enclosure may not be developing enough internal
pressure – make sure all doors and access panels are
closed. Also, the air inlet pressure may not be high
enough – try turning the regulator up.
Contact DAISY customer service (see section 7,
Customer Service on page 15 in this manual).
Loss of pressure is usually due to a door being
opened or failure of the purge gas supply. Check
both.
Turn the air inlet regulator down at least 5 PSI.
Repeat until purge will complete without error. If
problems continue, or occur during operation,
contact DAISY customer service (see section 7,
Customer Service on page 15 in this manual).
Turn the air inlet regulator down at least 5 PSI.
Red
0
Red
1-1
Red
2-1
Red
2-2
Over
pressure
Fatal
Red
3-2
Major over
flow
Fatal
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Red
3-3
Water
detected
Fatal
Red
4-1
Fatal
Red
4-2
Red
4-3
Faulty
pressure
sensor
Faulty
flow
sensor
Short
purge
switch is
stuck
Red
4-4
Bypass
purge
switch is
stuck
Fatal
Fatal
Fatal
This should only occur if a water sensor option is
installed. If it is installed, the unit must be opened
and dried completely out. Ensure that no water
remains in the unit and that there is no damage to the
internal components resulting from the water. In
case of serious water incursion, DO NOT
ATTEMPT TO REAPPLY POWER TO THE
EQUIPMENT; the equipment should be returned to
DAISY for evaluation.
A purge system component has failed. Please
contact DAISY customer service (see section 7,
Customer Service on page 15 in this manual).
A purge system component has failed. Please
contact DAISY customer service (see section 7,
Customer Service on page 15 in this manual).
The “Short Purge” switch on the DIP switch
mounting board (see drawing E020) is either shorted
or stuck, or the operator has held it down too long
while beginning a test. Ensure that there is nothing
holding the switch closed or shorting the circuit. If
you continue to experience problems, contact
DAISY customer service (see section 7, Customer
Service on page 15 in this manual).
The “Bypass Purge” switch on the DIP switch
mounting board (see drawing E020) is either shorted
or stuck, or the operator has held it down too long
while beginning a test. Ensure that there is nothing
holding the switch closed or shorting the circuit. If
you continue to experience problems, consult
DAISY customer service (see section 7, Customer
Service on page 15 in this manual).
Table 6.1 X-Purge Status Light Key
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7 Customer Service
All Daisy systems pass detailed quality control configuration and inspection before being
shipped. Daisy strives to create the highest quality systems, and chooses top quality parts.
However, like most electronic devices, units may experience issues over time. Should you
experience problems, or have any further inquiries or comments, please contact Daisy’s customer
service department:
Business Phone
Fax
Email
(717)932-9999x222
(717)932-8000
support@makeitdaisy.com
Equipment returned to DAISY for service must be accompanied by a valid return
merchandise authorization (RMA) number. Anything shipped to DAISY without a valid RMA
number will be refused. Please contact customer service for an RMA number; be prepared to
provide model AND serial numbers to help identify your equipment. Typical I.D label
shown below with Serial and Model numbers highlighted.
You may be able to trouble shoot problems yourself. To save time and money, please
consult the trouble-shooting guide in this manual.
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8 Trouble-Shooting Guide
8.1
Division 1 X-Purge Trouble-Shooting
PROBLEM
When power is applied, the purge
status indicator light does not come
on
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SUGGESTED SOLUTION
Power is not connected to the unit
Connect AC power to the power
connection on the purge system.
Ensure that the power switch is on.
Ensure that AC power is on.
Improper line voltage selection
Ensure that the 120/240 VAC switch
on the purge control is set
appropriately for your power source.
No air supply to unit
Ensure that a purge gas line is
connected to the unit and that the
supply line is “on.” The pressure
gauge on the air-in box should
indicate a higher pressure than 20
PSI
Restrictions in air line
Ensure that supply line and inlet
connect have no restrictions and that
the supply line is not kinked
Restrictions in main purge line
inside enclosure
Ensure that the main purge line
(terminating in a brass tee fitting) is
not kinked or disconnected
Leaks in the enclosure
Ensure that all access doors are
closed and latched. Ensure that all
access panels are closed and sealed.
There should be no holes or
openings in the enclosure.
Low purge gas supply pressure
Increase purge gas inlet pressure at
the air-in regulator or on the main
supply line
Restriction in the main purge line
Ensure that the main purge line
within the enclosure (ending in a
brass tee fitting) is not kinked or
obstructed
Purge status indicator flashes yellow
and purge takes an excessively long
time to complete.
Low purge gas supply pressure
Increase purge gas inlet pressure at
the air-in regulator or on the main
supply line
Purge or operation stops and purge
status indicator flashes red code
Fatal purge error
See Table 6.1 on page 13&14
After power is applied, the purge
status indicator stays solid red; it
does not switch to yellow or blink
The purge status indicator is yellow,
but the enclosure takes an
excessively long time to complete
the purge (when the status indicator
turns green)
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9 Specifications
MATERIAL
Purge Control main panel, Interface Box,
and all mounting screws ........................................ 304 Stainless Steel
I/O Casting and lid ................................................. Cast Aluminum
I/O Casting bolts .................................................... Iridited Steel
PHYSICAL
Purge Controller .................................................... 17.5 Height (H)
11.5” Width (W)
10.81” Depth (D)
4.0” D-Inside
5.63” D-Outside
25 lbs.
Interface Box ......................................................... 17.5” Height (H)
11.5” Width (W)
5.0” Depth (D)
5 lbs.
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature ......................................... 32-122°F
Storage Temperature............................................. 32-158°F
Relative Humidity................................................... 10-95% Non-condensing
ELECTRICAL
Power Usage ......................................................... 5 watts maximum
Switching Capacity (power) ................................... 120V/8A or 240V/4A
maximum
Switched contacts (signal) ..................................... 36
Contact ratings ...................................................... 24VDC @ 1A
FCC Class A computing device
Alarm Contacts ...................................................... SPDT
120V/8A or 240V4A
Maximum
PRESSURE AND AIR REQUIREMENTS
Incoming Air Pressure
(Customer Air Input) .............................................. 20-60 psi
Operating Pressure................................................ 1” - 4” of water column
Air Flow During Purge............................................ 40-300 SCFH
CONTROLS MONITORING
Microprocessor based
For current options and for special requirements, consult factory.
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10 Drawings
The following is a list of drawings in the order in which they appear:
Drawing No.
Description
Page
P007 Cable and conduit entry 9016 15” & 18” enclosures ...................................19
P008 X-Purge front panel item location .................................................................20
P011 Cable and conduit entry 9016 mounted to enclosure ..................................21
E030 Electrical input connections ..........................................................................22
M015 9016 X-purge dimensions .............................................................................23
M013 9016 X-purge mounting................................................................................24
M016 9016 X-purge mounting options ..................................................................25
P012 9016 X-purge front panel item location .......................................................26
P013 X-purge back panel item location .................................................................27
P014 Stand alone X-purge pneumatic block diagram .........................................28
E028 Stand alone X-purged electrical block diagram .........................................29
E017 Power interface board item location .............................................................30
CHART Div.1 X-purge signal switching board and internal signal interface board
connections .................................................................................................................31
E018 Signal switching board item location ............................................................32
E019 Internal signal interface board item location ...............................................33
E020 DIP switch mounting (DMB) board item location .......................................34
E022 Connections for Remote X-Purged enclosures.............................................35
E025 Connections for LCD-PC X-Purged enclosures...........................................36
E029 DIP switch mounting (DMB) board item location .......................................37
E032 DIP switch mounting (DMB) item location (130 C.F.) ................................38
E021 Purge control board item location.................................................................39
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SIGNAL SWITCHING BOARD and INTERNAL SIGNAL INTERFACE BOARD
CONNECTIONS
JA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
JB
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
JC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
SSB
J13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
J12
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
J3
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
SIB
PAC-SEAL
Wire Color
J13
J10 J11/14 BNC
WHITE/ORANGE
12
1
J11-1
ORANGE/WHITE
11
2
J11-2
WHITE/GREEN
10
3
J11-3
GREEN/WHITE
9
4
J11-4
WHITE/BLUE
8
5
J11-5
BLUE/WHITE
7
6
J11-6
J6 center
GREEN
6
7
J14-1 J6 center
J6 shield
YELLOW
5
8
J14-2 J6 shield
J4 center
RED
4
9
J14-3 J4 center
J4 shield
BLACK
3
10
J14-4 J4 shield
J5 center
WHITE/BROWN
2
11
J14-5 J5 center
J5 shield
BROWN/WHITE
1
12
J14-6 J5 shield
GROUND
BNC
Wire Color
J12
J7
J8/9
BNC
BLUE/RED
12
1
J9-1
RED/BLUE
11
2
J9-2
WHITE/BLUE
10
3
J9-3
BLUE/WHITE
9
4
J9-4
WHITE/GREEN
8
5
J9-5
GREEN/WHITE
7
6
J9-6
WHITE/ORANGE
6
7
J9-7
ORANGE/WHITE
5
8
J9-8
ORANGE/RED
4
9
J9-9
RED/ORANGE
3
10
J8-1
WHITE/BROWN
2
11
J8-2
BROWN/WHITE
1
12
J8-3
GROUND
BNC
Wire Color
J3
J10
J2/8
BNC
BLUE/RED
12
1
J8-4
RED/BLUE
11
2
J8-5
WHITE/BLUE
10
3
J8-6
BLUE/WHITE
9
4
J2-1
WHITE/GREEN
8
5
J2-2
GREEN/WHITE
7
6
J2-3
WHITE/ORANGE
6
7
J2-4
ORANGE/WHITE
5
8
J2-5
ORANGE/RED
4
9
J2-6
RED/ORANGE
3
10
J2-7
WHITE/BROWN
2
11
J2-8
BROWN/WHITE
1
12
J2-9
GROUND
Grey shaded connections are terminated by D.D.
Green shaded wires are the regular twisted pairs
Blue shaded wires are CAT5 cables
Red shaded wires are hook-up wire
BNC
JA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
JB
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
JC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
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