Emerson 755A Instruction manual

Model 1054B DC
Instruction Manual
PN 5101054BDC
January 2000
Dual Cell
Conductivity/Resistivity
Microprocessor Analyzer
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ESSENTIAL INSTRUCTIONS
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WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Making cable connections to and servicing this
instrument require access to shock hazard level voltages which can cause death or serious injury.
Relay contacts made to separate power sources
must be disconnected before servicing.
Electrical installation must be in accordance with
the National Electrical Code (ANSI/NFPA-70)
and/or any other applicable national or local
codes.
Unused cable conduit entries must be securely
sealed by non-flammable closures to provide
enclosure integrity in compliance with personal
safety and environmental protection requirements.
For safety and proper performance this instrument must be connected to a properly grounded
three-wire power source.
Proper relay use and configuration is the responsibility of the user.
Do not operate this instrument without front cover
secured. Refer installation, operation and servicing to qualified personnel.
Be sure to disconnect all hazardous voltage
before opening the enclosure.
The unused conduit openings need to be sealed
with NEMA 4X or IP65 conduit plugs to maintain
the ingress protection rating (IP65).
No external connection to the instrument of more
than 43V peak allowed with the exception of
power and relay terminals. Any violation will impair
the safety protection provided.
WARNING
This product is not intended for use in the light industrial,
residential or commercial environment, per the instrument’s certification to EN50081-2.
MODEL 1054B DC
TABLE OF CONTENTS
MODEL 1054B DC CONDUCTIVITY
MICROPROCESSOR ANALYZER
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
Title
Page
1.0
DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................
1
1.1
Features and Applications ................................................................................
1
1.2
Physical Specifications - General......................................................................
2
1.3
Analyzer Specifications .....................................................................................
3
1.4
Ordering Information .........................................................................................
4
2.0
INSTALLATION ..................................................................................................
5
2.1
General..............................................................................................................
5
2.2
Unpacking and Inspection ................................................................................
5
2.3
Mechanical Installations ....................................................................................
5
2.4
Electrical Wiring.................................................................................................
5
2.5
Sensor Installation .............................................................................................
6
3.0
DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS .........................................................................
12
3.1
Keyboard Functions ..........................................................................................
12
4.0
CONFIGURATION .............................................................................................
17
4.1
General..............................................................................................................
17
4.2
Process Variable ...............................................................................................
17
4.3
Alarm 1 and 2 ...................................................................................................
19
4.4
Temperature Configuration ................................................................................
21
4.5
Current Output ..................................................................................................
21
4.6
Defaults .............................................................................................................
22
4.7
Alarm Setpoint ...................................................................................................
22
4.8
Output Scale Expansion....................................................................................
24
4.9
Simulate Output.................................................................................................
25
4.10
Display Cycle ....................................................................................................
26
5.0
START-U
UP AND CALIBRATION ........................................................................
27
6.0
KEYBOARD SECURITY .....................................................................................
29
7.0
THEORY OF OPERATION .................................................................................
30
8.0
DIAGNOSTICS AND TROUBLESHOOTING ......................................................
31
8.1
8.2
8.3
Diagnostics........................................................................................................
Troubleshooting .................................................................................................
Instrument Maintenance....................................................................................
31
32
35
9.0
RETURN OF MATERIAL ....................................................................................
36
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MODEL 1054B DC
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS CONT'D.
LIST OF FIGURES
Figure No.
Title
Page
2-1
Panel Mounting Cutout ......................................................................................
7
2-2
Panel Mounting Tab Installation.........................................................................
8
2-3
Pipe Mounting Installation .................................................................................
9
2-4
Electrical Wiring.................................................................................................
10
2-5
Sensor Wiring ....................................................................................................
11
3-1
Function Select on Keypad ...............................................................................
12
3-2
Accessing Editing Function...............................................................................
12
3-3
Accessing Configuration Menus .......................................................................
12
3-4
LCD Display ......................................................................................................
13
3-5
Set Menu Items..................................................................................................
16
4-1
Process Variable Configuration .........................................................................
19
4-2
Alarm 1 and Alarm 2 Configuration ...................................................................
19
4-3
Alarm 3 Configuration........................................................................................
20
4-4
Temperature Configuration ................................................................................
21
4-5
Current Output Configuration ............................................................................
22
4-6
Default Configuration.........................................................................................
22
4-7
Alarm Setpoint ...................................................................................................
23
4-8
Output Scale Expansion....................................................................................
24
4-9
Simulate Current Output ....................................................................................
25
4-10
Display Cycle Configuration..............................................................................
26
7-1
Resistance vs. Temperature ..............................................................................
30
8-1
Simulate Conductivity Input...............................................................................
35
LIST OF TABLES
Table No.
Title
Page
3-1
Key Description .................................................................................................
14
3-2
Information Mnemonics .....................................................................................
15
3-3
Set Function Mnemonics ...................................................................................
15
4-1
Configuration Work Sheet..................................................................................
18
4-2
Relay States for Various Conditions and Alarm/Default Configurations ............
23
8-1
Fault Mnemonics ...............................................................................................
31
8-2
RTD Resistance Values .....................................................................................
31
8-3
Troubleshooting Guide ......................................................................................
34
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MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 1.0
DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
SECTION 1.0
DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
• TWO CELL INPUTS OR TEMPERATURE ASSIGNABLE TO TWO ISOLATED
OUTPUTS.
• ACCURATE TEMPERATURE COMPENSATED AND RAW READINGS for high
purity water.
• UP TO 200 FEET (61m) SENSOR CABLE LENGTH (to 500 ft with extra shielding).
• THREE ASSIGNABLE RELAYS for process variable, temperature, or diagnostics.
• DISPLAY CAN AUTO CYCLE CELL 1 AND 2.
• NEMA 4X (IP65) ENCLOSURE.
• SECURITY CODE CAPABILITY.
1.1 FEATURES AND APPLICATIONS
The Model 1054B Microprocessor Analyzers, with the
appropriate sensors, are designed to continuously measure and control pH, ORP, conductivity, resistivity, ratio,
percent concentration, dissolved oxygen, ozone or total
free chlorine in industrial and municipal processes.
The Model 1054B Dual Conductivity/Resistivity Analyzer
offers the flexibility of one model for measurement of two
cell inputs with two assignable outputs of conductivity,
resistivity and/or temperature. The analyzer is housed in
a NEMA 4X (IP65) weatherproof, corrosion-resistant,
flame retardant enclosure suitable for panel, pipe or wall
mounting. All functions are accessed through the front
panel membrane keyboard which features tactile feedback. The display indicates the process variable values
in engineering units as well as temperature, alarm status, hold output and fault conditions.
The 1054B DC can transmit two independent, isolated
current outputs which are continuously expandable over
the measurement range. Output dampening of 0-255
seconds is user selectable.
The output and relay default settings are user selectable
for hold or fault mode operation. The hold output function
allows manual control during routine sensor maintenance.
Continuous self diagnostics alert the operator to faults
due to analyzer electronics, integral RTD failures, open
wiring and process variable range problems. In the event
of a fault condition or hold mode diagnosed by the analyzer, the output will be set to a preset or last process
value and the relays will be set to their default settings.
Three alarms are a standard feature on the Model
1054B DC and are programmable for either high or low
operation. Alarm 2 may be programmed as a fault or
process variable alarm. Alarm 3 may be configured as
a temperature alarm only. All alarms feature independent setpoints, adjustable hysteresis and time delay
action. The time delay is convenient when an alarm is
used for corrective action, such as shutting down a demineralizer for regeneration. Time delay will ignore a temporary breakthrough and prevent shutting down a demineralizer unit prematurely.
Automatic temperature compensation is standard. The
process temperature is accurately measured by an integral RTD in the sensor assembly, either a PT100 or
PT1000, which is automatically recognized by the analyzer. The temperature(s) can be displayed in either °C
or °F. For greater accuracy, the temperature indication
may be standardized to the process temperature.
Calibration is easily accomplished by entering the cell
calibration constant (shown in the sensor tag) via the
analyzer keypad. Standardization can also be made
with the cell in process of known conductivity (resistivity).
Analyzer settings may be protected against accidental
or unauthorized changes by a user selectable security
code.
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MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 1.0
DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
The Model 1054B DC Dual Cell Analyzer measures conductivity and/or resistivity in conventional and ultrapure
water applications. This time tested technology has been applied successfully to demineralizer, reverse osmosis,
and distillation applications for decades.In this single analyzer, true temperature compensation for monitoring water
containing trace mineral contaminants is software selectable among the following:
1. Compensation for pure water contaminated with trace amounts of sodium chloride (standard).
2. Cation compensation for power plant applications containing ammonia or amines. Cation compensation may
also be used in semiconductor etch rinse applications where the rinse water contains traces of acids.
3. Uncompensated conductivity for applications such as required by United States Pharmacopeia 23 (USP 23)
specifications. The analyzer can output temperature separately for this application. NIST traceable calibration
certificates are available (consult factory).
The analyzer may be used with sensors having cable length of up to 200 ft (61 m). The cable length may be up to
500 ft (152m) with extra shielding (contact factory).
1.2 PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS -GENERAL
Operating Temperature: -10 to 65°C (14 to 149°F)
Enclosure: Black ABS, with interior conductive coating,
NEMA 4X, IP65, CSA Enclosure 4,
144 X 144 X 192 mm (5.7 X 5.7 X 7.6 in.)
Storage Temperature: -30 to 85°C (-22 to 185°F)
EMI/RFI: EN50081-2
EN50082-2
Front Panel: Membrane keyboard with tactile feedback and user selectable security.
LVD: EN61010-1
Digital Display: Code 01 - Black on grey LCD
Ambient Humidity: LED max 95% RH (LCD max
85% RH @ 50°C)
Code 02 - Red LED
Character Height: 18mm (0.7 in.)
Electrical Classification:
FM Class I, Div. 2, Group A thru D
Relays: 28 Vdc relays - 5.0 amps resistive only
150 mA - Groups A & B; 400 mA - Group C;
540 mA - Group D; Ci = 0; Li = 0
CSA Class I, Div. 2, Group A thru D
Relays: 28 Vdc, 110 Vac & 230 Vac
5.0 Amps resistive only
Power: 100 - 127 VAC, 50/60 Hz ± 6%, 4.0 W
200 - 253 VAC, 50/60 Hz ± 6%, 4.0 W
Current Output: Isolated, 0-20 mA or 4-20 mA into
600 ohms maximum load at 115/230 Vac or
550 ohms maximum load at 100/200 Vac,
direct or reverse, Output Dampening: 0-255 sec
2
Alarms: Three. Independently field selectable: High
or Low. Alarm 3 is a temperature alarm only.
Alarm 2 configurable as a process or fault alarm.
Time Delay 0 to 254 seconds. Setpoints are continuously adjustable. Hysteresis is adjustable up to
25% full scale for low side/High Alarm and high
side/Low Alarm
Relay Contacts: Epoxy Sealed Form A contacts, SPST,
Normally open
Resistive
Inductive
28 VDC
5.0 Amps
3.0 Amps
115 VAC
5.0 Amps
3.0 Amps
230 VAC
3.0 Amps
1.5 Amps
Weight/Shipping Weight: 1.1 kg/1.6 kg (2.5 lb/3.5 lb)
MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 1.0
DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
1.3 ANALYZER SPECIFICATIONS @ 25°C
Measurement Range: 0-20,000 µS/cm or
0-50.00 megohms-cm
Output Scale: Any range within measurement
Measurement Accuracy:
Conductivity Range:
2.0 to 2,000 µS-cm ± 0.5% of reading
and ± 0.01 µS-cm
1.0 to 5,000 µS-cm ± 1.0% of reading
and ± 0.05 µS-cm
0.2 to 20,000 µS-cm ± 2.0% of reading
and ± 0.02 µS-cm
Resistivity: ± 0.2 megohms-cm
temperature corrected resistivity to 25°C
Temperature Accuracy: ± .1°C (0-100°C),
± .2°C (0-100°C) for cable lengths over 50 ft.
Temperature Resolution: 0.1°C
Stability: ± 0.25% of output range/month,
non-cumulative
Temperature Compensation: 0 to 100°C (32 to 212°F)
Neutral salt or Cation
Temperature Measurement: 0-135°C
Operating Ranges for Various Cells Constants (not to scale)
0.1 cm-1
0.01 cm-1
10.0 cm-1
1.0
.05kΩ
10kΩ
2kΩ
.5kΩ
Resistivity
(Ω-cm)
cm-1
1MΩ
100kΩ
5kΩ
50kΩ
500kΩ
200µS
20µS
2µS
10MΩ
50MΩ
5MΩ
20MΩ
.2µS
.05µS
Conductivity
(µS/cm)
2,000µS
20,000µS
500µS
100µS
Conductivity Range
.02µS/cm to 20µS/cm
0.2µS/cm to 200µS/cm1
2µS/cm to 2000µS/cm1
20µS/cm to 20,000µS/cm1
.1µS
.02µS
CELLS FOR MODEL 1054B DC
OPERATING RANGES
Cell Constants (cm-1)
0.01
0.1
1.0
10.0
10µS
1µS
Resistivity Range2
.05M to 50M
5 k to 5M1
.5 k to 500k1
.05 k to 50k1
NOTE:
1.The notation k represents k-ohms. The notation M represents megohms.
1000Ω = 1kΩ. 1000 kΩ = 1 MΩ.
2. Ranges are given in absolute (non-temperature compensated)
conductivity and resistivity.
Model
400-11/400VP-11
400-11-36/400VP-11-36
400-11-50
451
455, 404-11
PD-441
IB-441
IB(SS)-441, 402-11
460, 403-11-20/403VP
456, 403-11-21/403VP
400-12
452
461, 404-12
IB(SS)442, 402-12
400-13/400VP-13
453A
402-13, IB(SS)-443A
401-14
454
402-11, IB(SS)-444
Description
Screw-in
Screw in with 6 in. insertion
Screw in with 50 ft. cable
Dip cell
Flow cell, stainless steel
Flow cell, plastic
Plastic ball valve cell
Ball valve cell, stainless steel
1-1/2 in. Sanitary fitting
2 in. Sanitary fitting
Screw in cell
Dip cell
Flow cell
Ball valve cell, stainless steel
Screw-in cell
Dip cell
Ball valve cell, stainless steel
Screw-in cell
Dip cell
Ball valve cell, stainless steel
Cell Const cm-1
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
1.0
1.0
1.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
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MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 1.0
DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
1.4 ORDERING INFORMATION
The Model 1054B Dual Cell Microprocessor Analyzer is housed in a corrosion resistant, weatherproof enclosure and operates on either 115 or 230 VAC, 50/60 Hz power. Standard features include two independent conductivity or resistivity inputs, two isolated current outputs, three alarms, and automatic temperature compensation.
MODEL
1054B
Code
DC
MICROPROCESSOR ANALYZER (3.5 lb/1.5 kg)
Measurement
Dual Cell Conductivity/Resistivity
Code
Display
01
LCD Display
02
LED Display
1054B DC 01
EXAMPLE
1054B DC REPLACEMENT PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
PN
ACCESSORIES
4
2001492
Tag, Stainless Steel, Specify Marking
23053-00
Mounting Bracket, 2-inch Pipe
PN
REPLACEMENT PARTS
22966-00
PCB, LCD, Digital Display
23025-01
Panel Mounting Kit
23695-20
Keyboard Overlay, LCD Version
23695-21
Keyboard Overlay, LED Version
23744-00
PCB, Motherboard
23705-01
PCB, CPU, Dual Cell
23739-00
PCB, Power Supply
32937-00
Gasket Rear Cover
32938-00
Gasket Front Cover
33469-00
Enclosure Body
33470-00
Enclosure, Rear Cover
9100157
Fuse, .10A, 3AB, 250V, Slo-Blow
9100160
Fuse, .250A, 125V
9100189
Fuse, .755A, 125V
MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 2.0
INSTALLATION
SECTION 2.0
INSTALLATION
2.1 GENERAL. This analyzer's enclosure is suitable
for outdoor use. However, it should be located in an
area where temperature extremes and vibrations are
minimized or absent. Installation must be performed
by a trained technician.
2.2 UNPACKING AND INSPECTION. Inspect the
analyzer for shipping damage. If damaged, notify the
carrier immediately. Confirm that all items shown on
the packing list are present. Notify Rosemount
Analytical if items are missing.
2.3 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION. Select an installation site that is at least one foot from any high voltage conduit, has easy access for operating
personnel, and is not in direct sunlight. Mount the
analyzer as follows:
1.
2.
3.
Remove the four screws that secure the rear
cover of the enclosure.
Remove the four screws holding the front panel
assembly of the enclosure and carefully pull the
front panel and connected printed circuit boards
straight out.
Follow the procedure for the appropriate mounting configuration: Section 2.3.1 for panel mounting and Section 2.3.2 for pipe mounting.
2.3.1 Panel Mounting (Standard). The Model 1054B
is designed to fit into a DIN standard 137.9 mm X
137.9 mm (5.43 inch X 5.43 inch) panel cutout
(Refer to Figure 2-1 and Figure 2-2).
1.
2.
3.
Prepare the analyzer as described in Section 2.3.
Install the mounting latches as described in
Figure 2-2 (latches are shown oversize for clarity).
If the latches are not installed exactly as shown,
they will not work correctly. The screws provided
are self-tapping. Tap the screw the full depth of
the mounting latch (refer to side view) leaving a
gap greater than the thickness of the cutout
panel.
Align the latches as shown and insert the analyzer enclosure through the front of the panel cutout.
Tighten the screws for a firm fit. To avoid damaging the mounting latches, do not use excessive
force.
4.
Replace the front panel assembly. Circuit boards
must align with the slots on the inside of the
enclosure. Replace the door and four front panel
screws.
2.3.2 Pipe Mounting (PN 23053-00). The 2 in. pipe
mounting bracket includes a metal plate with a cutout
for the analyzer (Refer to Section 2.3 for mounting the
analyzer into the plate). Mounting details are shown in
Figure 2-3.
2.4 ELECTRICAL WIRING. The Model 1054B has
three conduit openings in the bottom rear of the analyzer housing which will accommodate 1/2 inch conduit fittings. From the front view, the conduit opening
on the left is for sensor wiring; the center is for signal
output and the opening on the right is for alarm, and
AC connections. Sensor wiring should always be run
in a separate conduit from power wiring. AC power
wiring should be 14 gauge or greater.
NOTE
For best EMI/RFI protection the output
cable should be shielded and enclosed
in an earth grounded rigid metal conduit. When wiring directly to the instrument connect the output cable’s outer
shield to the transmitter’s earth ground
via terminal 8 on TB3 (Figure 2-4). The
sensor cable should also be shielded.
When wiring directly to the instrument
connect the sensor cable’s outer shield
to the transmitter’s earth ground via terminal 8 on TB-2 (Figure 2-4). If the sensor cable's outer shield is braided an
appropriate metal cable gland fitting
may be used to connect to braid to
earth ground via the instrument case.
The user must provide a means to disconnect the main power supply in the
form of circuit breaker or switch. The circuit breaker or the switch must be located in close proximity to the instrument
and identified as the disconnecting
device for the instrument
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MODEL 1054B DC
2.4.1 Power Input Wiring. The Model 1054B can be
configured for either 115 VAC or 230 VAC power.
Connect AC power to TB1-8 and -9 (115 VAC) or TB17 and -8 (230 VAC) ground to the ground terminal at
TB3-8 (refer to Figure 2-4).
CAUTION
The sensitivity and stability of the analyzer
will be impaired if the input wiring is not
grounded. DO NOT apply power to the
analyzer until all electrical connections are
verified and secure. The following precautions are a guide using UL 508 as a safeguard for personnel and property.
1.
AC connections and grounding must be in compliance with UL 508 and/or local electrical codes.
2. The metal stiffener is required to provide support
and proper electrical continuity between conduit
fittings.
3. This type 4/4X enclosure requires a conduit hub
or equivalent that provides watertight connect,
REF UL 508-26.10.
4. Watertight fittings/hubs that comply with the
requirements of UL 514B are to be used.
5. Conduit hubs are to be connected to the conduit
before the hub is connected to the enclosure,
REF UL 508-26.10.
6. If the metal support plate is not used, plastic fittings must be used to prevent structural damage
to the enclosure. Also, appropriate grounding lug
and awg conductor must be used with the plastic
fittings.
2.4.2 Output Wiring. The signal output and alarm
connections are made to terminals 1 – 6 of TB1 and
TB3 1 – 4. (Refer to Figure 2-4).
2.4.3 Sensor Wiring. See Figure 2-5.
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SECTION 2.0
INSTALLATION
2.5 SENSOR INSTALLATION.
The Model 1054B DC is designed to work with 400
Series, 140 Series, and 150/160 sensors. Refer to
Figure 2-4 and Figure 2-5 for sensor wiring. Wire colors are: BLACK is CELL-1/2 TB2-1/5: WHITE is
GROUND TB2-2/6: RED is RTD-1/2 TB2-3/7.
2.5.1 Cell Location. A mounting location should be
chosen to meet the following considerations:
1. Avoid dead ends or pipe stubs or any location
where circulation might be poor.
2. If velocity is very low, mount the cell so that the
stream is directed against the end of the electrodes and the water will flow between the electrodes.
3. Be sure that the pipe is full of water and that the
cell is completely immersed up to the pipe
threads.
4. Cell mounting vertically downward is not recommended due to possible air entrapment.
2.5.2 Screw-in Cell Installation. The conductivity cells
should be screwed gently into a female pipe fitting
using a parallel jaw wrench. Threads of stainless steel
should be coated with a suitable pipe compound
which will act to seal the treads, and prevent the need
for overtightening. Teflon thread tape is recommended
for this purpose. After the cell is installed, the cell
cable should be supported in such a way as to reduce
strain and minimize the danger of the cable becoming
snagged and pulled from the cell.
2.5.3 Flow Through Cell Installation. The flow
through cells are provided with 1/4" SwagelokTM tube
fittings. These are suitable for direct insertion into 1/4"
O.D. sample lines. If connection to the plastic tubing
is desired, the SwagelokTM fittings may be removed
and replaced with 1/4" FPT - hose barb fittings. Fitting
threads should be coated with a suitable pipe compound which will act to seal the treads, and prevent
the need for overtightening. Teflon thread tape is recommended for this purpose. After the cell is installed,
the cell cable should be supported in such a way as
to reduce strain and minimize the danger of the cable
becoming snagged and pulled from the cell.
MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 2.0
INSTALLATION
WHEN INCH AND METRIC DIMS
ARE GIVEN
MILLIMETER
INCH
DWG. NO.
41054B01
REV.
B
FIGURE 2-1. Panel Mounting Cutout
7
MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 2.0
INSTALLATION
DWG. NO.
41054A26
FIGURE 2-2. Panel Mounting Tab Installation
8
REV.
A
MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 2.0
INSTALLATION
WHEN INCH AND METRIC DIMS
ARE GIVEN
MILLIMETER
INCH
DWG. NO.
41054B02
REV.
C
FIGURE 2-3. Pipe Mounting Installation
9
MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 2.0
INSTALLATION
DWG. NO.
41054B46
FIGURE 2-4. Electrical Wiring
10
REV.
A
SECTION 2.0
INSTALLATION
GRAY
MODEL 1054B DC
GRAY
NOTE: TERMINALS IN JUNCTION BOX ARE
NOT NUMBERED.
✳ OLD MODEL 140 SERIES SENSORS MAY
NOT MATCH THE FIGURE.
FIGURE 2-5. Sensor Wiring
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MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 3.0
DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS
SECTION 3.0
DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS
3.1 KEYBOARD FUNCTIONS. All operations of the
Model 1054B microprocessor Analyzer are controlled
by the 8 keypads on the front of the instrument. These
keypads are used to :
1.
Display parameters other than the primary parameter.
Configuration is all accomplished through a series of
menus located within the set mode menu. To access
these set mode menus the ACCESS keypad is
pressed TWICE in RAPID succession.
1. Press twice in rapid succession.
ACCESS
ENTER
2.
Edit setpoints for alarms, set up specific output
current value for simulation, calibrate temperature, conductivity, etc.
3.
Configure display for temperature units, for automatic temperature compensation, alarm usage,
setting timer functions, security, and output range.
To view, and not change parameters, other than the
primary parameter requires only a simple keystroke
routine. As shown in Figure 3-1, a single keystroke
accesses the lower function printed on the keypad.
Quick, double keypresses access the top function
printed on the keypad.
OUTPUT
Quick double press will access the current
output value in mA or %. Read only.
PV
Single press of the keypad will access the
process variable. Read only.
FIGURE 3-1. Function Select on Keypad.
To edit any of these parameters, requires one more
operation. After displaying the value associated with
the parameter selected, press the SELECT keypad
seen in Figure 3-2. This will display the numerical
value, and the first digit will be flashing to indicate this
value may be edited.
All changes to the operating program that set-up the
instrument display are made through the set menu
program. See Figure 3-5 at the end of this section.
ZERO
ALARM
1
1 .Press Key twice.
2. Lo shows briefly.
3. Zero point is displayed.
ç
SELECT
1. Press Key.
2. Adj shows briefly.
3. Numbers show with digit flashing.
FIGURE 3-2. Accessing Editing Function.
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2. See SEt on display. Confirms entry
into set mode menu.
SEt
3. First menu item is displayed.
Analyzer now ready to configure.
1 Cin
4. Use the SCROLL keypad to rotate
through the available menus, select cell
input 1 or 2, or scroll through digits or
decimal point in adjustment mode.
é
FIGURE 3-3. Accessing Configuration Menus
Once inside the Set mode menu, use the SCROLL
keypad to scroll through the menu list. When the menu
desired is displayed, release the SCROLL keypad.
To enter the submenus press the SELECT keypad. If
the submenu allows editing, the item will flash that can
be edited. If not, use the SCROLL keypad to scroll
through the next list of submenus. SELECT will enter
this submenu and if it is editable, the field will flash.
To exit the menu and SAVE the new value, press the
ENTER keypad.
To exit the menu without saving the edited value, press
the PV keypad to jump out of the set menu program with
out saving value. To change other parameters will
require re-entering the set menu program.
Figure 3-4 explains the various fields surrounding the
primary process variable on the 1054B DC display.
Table 3-1 describes the functions accessible with the
8 keypads, the number of times to press the keypad to
access, and its function when used with the select
keypad and set menu.
Table 3-2 and Table 3-3 describe the meaning of the various mnemonics used on the display. They are categorized by their use in either menus, or as process information.
MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 3.0
DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS
3.1.1 Item Selection and Value Adjustment Keys.
The three keys located on the lower right side of the
keypad are used for menu navigation, value adjustment and entry, and item selection. These keys perform the following functions:
ç
SELECT
A. SELECT/Shift (ç) Key. This key is
used to select the displayed menu, or for
shifting to the next digit in the Numeric
Display.
é
ACCESS
ENTER
B. SCROLL Key (é). This key is used to
scroll through menu when selected,
select cell input or scroll through digits
on the active (flashing) Numeric Display,
or move the decimal point.
C. ACCESS/ENTER Key. This key is
used to ACCESS the Set Mode (Section
4.1.2) and to ENTER the displayed value
into memory (from Numeric Display).
CELL SELECTION:
- 1 CELL
FLAG ON;
- 2 CELL
FLAG BLINKING
RELAY 1
ACTIVATED
RELAY 3
ACTIVATED
(MINUS SIGN)
UNITS: µS(/cm)
FLAG ON;
UNITS:mS(/cm)
FLAG BLINKING
RELAY 2
ACTIVATED
UNITS: M (-cm)
FLAG ON;
UNITS: k (-cm)
FLAG BLINKING
UPPER FUNCTION PRESS
TWICE
QUICKLY
LOWER FUNCTION PRESS
ONCE
FIGURE 3-4. LCD Display
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MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 3.0
DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS
TABLE 3-1. Key Description
MAIN FUNCTION (PRESS ONCE)
SECOND FUNCTION (PRESS TWICE QUICKLY)
Displays - P.V.
Displays - current output (mA or % full scale).
OUTPUT
PV
HOLD
TEMP
(w/SCROLL) cell 1/2
(PV=Process Variable)
Set Function (w/SELECT) - Simulates current
output.
Displays - process temperature
w/SCROLL cell 1/2
Set Function (w/SELECT) - One point
standardization of temperature
w/SCROLL cell 1/2
Initiates or removes analyzer from hold condition.
Displays - Alarm 1 setpoint.
Displays - low current setpoint.
Set Function (w/SELECT) - Sets
Alarm 1 setpoint.
Set Function (w/SELECT) - Sets low
current point.
Displays - Alarm 2 setpoint.
Displays - full scale output setpoint.
Set Function (w/SELECT) - Sets
Alarm 2 setpoint.
Set Function (w/SELECT) - Sets full
scale output point.
ZERO
ALARM 1
F.S.
ALARM 2
CAL
(w/SELECT) one point standardization of
conductivity (w/SCROLL) cell 1 or 2
ç
Select sub menu (mnemonic display).
Shift to next digit (numeric display).
SELECT
é
ACCESS
ENTER
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Select cell 1/2 input
Scroll through menu (mnemonic display).
Scroll digits (numeric display).
Scroll decimal position, µS/mS (mΩ/kΩ) display.
Press twice to access set-up menu.
Enter displayed value into memory.
Enter displayed menu item (flashing) into memory.
MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 3.0
DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS
TABLE 3-2. Information Mnemonics
MNEMONIC
1°C
2°C
1°F
2°F
AdJ
bAd
CAL
1Con
2Con
1dOC
2dOC
HLd
1 HI
DESCRIPTION
Temperature °C Cell 1
Temperature °C Cell 2
Temperature °F Cell 1
Temperature °F Cell 2
Adjustment to value reading
Incorrect entry
Standardize Conductivity/Resistivity
Conductivity Cell 1
Conductivity Cell 2
Displays current output 1 (mA)
Displays current output 2 (mA)
Analyzer in Hold Position
Displays high range value for
current output 1
MNEMONIC
2 HI
1 LO
2 LO
LOC
1Pct
2Pct
1rES
2rES
SEt
SP1
SP2
DESCRIPTION
Displays high range value for
current output 2
Displays low range value for current
output 1
Displays low range value for current
output 2
Access locked – enter security code
Displays current output 1 (percent)
Displays current output 2 (percent)
Resistivity cell 1
Resistivity cell 2
Set mode
Displays Alarm 1 setpoint
Displays Alarm 2 setpoint
TABLE 3-3. Set Function Mnemonics
420
4mA to 20mA output
dFt
Fault Configuration
OFF
Alarm not used
020
0mA to 20mA output
d-O
Display output
on
Relay closed on fault
AL1
Alarm 1 setup
doc
Display output in mA
On
Use alarm as process alarm
AL2
Alarm 2 setup
doF
Delay off time
1 OUt
Current output 1 config.
AL3
Alarm 3 setup
don
Delay on time
2 OUt
Current output 2 config.
Atc
Auto. Temp. Comp.
dPn
Dampen output
Pct
Display output in percent
°C
Degrees Centigrade
d-t
Temperature display setup
rES
Resistivity Convention
CAt
Cation Compensation
dtS
LCD/LED Display test
rL1
Relay 1 fault setup
1CEL
Cell Constant - Cell 1
°F
Degrees Fahrenheit
rL2
Relay 2 fault setup
2CEL
Cell Constant - Cell 2
1Fct
Calibration Factor - Cell 1
rL3
Relay 3 fault setup
1Cin
Absolute Conductivity Cell 1
2Fct
Calibration Factor - Cell 2
SP3
Setpoint for alarm 3
2Cin
Absolute Conductivity Cell 2
FLt
Use alarm as fault alarm
SHO
Show fault history
COd
Security Code
Hi
Relay action - high
1 t
Select 1 cell temperature
Con
Conductivity Display
H-L
Alarm logic
2 t
Select 2 cell temperature
CUr
Config. current output
HYS
Hysteresis
1t-C
1 cell temp. setup
1Cur
Config. fault output 1
Lo
Relay action - low
2t-C
2 cell temp. setup
2Cur
Config. fault output 2
non
No action on fault
1tYP
PV setup - cell 1
cur
Default current setpoint
nEu
Neutral Salt Compensation
2tYP
PV setup - cell 2
CYC
Auto Cycle cell 1/2 display
oFF
Relay open on fault
UEr
User version
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MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 3.0
DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS
FIGURE 3-5. Set Menu Items
SEt
CAt
1Cin
2Cin
1CEL
2CEL
1FCt
2FCt
1tYP
2tYP
AL1
rES
nEu
Con
1CEL
OFF
1CEL
AL2
2CEL
d-t
Atc
1OUt
2OUt
1CEL
2CEL
1t
2t
16
SP3
doF
dPn
420
CUr
020
on
rL2
oFF
rL3
non
1Cur
on
oFF
doc
Pct
d-O
1t
H-L
Hi
2t
HY5
Lo
OFF
oF
oC
rL1
dtS
CYC
Lo
on
oFF
dFt
COd
HYS
OFF
1t-C
2t-C
UEr
Hi
don
FLt
AL3
H-L
2Cur
non
SHO
cur
don
dof
MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 4.0
CONFIGURATION
SECTION 4.0
CONFIGURATION
4.1 GENERAL. This section details all of the items
available in the Set Mode to configure the analyzer to
a specific application.
4.1.1. Configuration Worksheet. The configuration
worksheet on page 18 should be filled out before proceeding with the analyzer’s configuration. This sheet
gives a brief parameter description, the factory setting, and a space for user setting.
4.1.2 Set Mode Display Mnemonic SEt. Most of the
analyzer's configuration is done while in the Set
Mode. Please refer to Figure 3-5 for the layout of all
menu items. All menu variables are written to the analyzer's EEPROM (memory) when selected and remain
there until changed. As these variables remain in
memory even after the analyzer's power is removed,
the analyzer configuration may be performed prior to
installing it.
1.
Power up the analyzer. Only power input wiring is
required for analyzer configuration (Refer to
Section 2.4.1). The analyzer's display will begin
showing values and/or fault mnemonics. All fault
mnemonics will be suppressed while the analyzer is in Set Mode (the fault flag will continue to
blink).
3.
Analyzer variables can be entered in any order.
On initial configuration, however, it is recommended that the variables be entered in the order
shown on the worksheet. Refer to the configuration worksheet (Table 4-1). This will reduce the
chance of accidentally omitting a needed variable.
4.2 PROCESS VARIABLE. Display Mnemonic tYP1 (for
cell 1) tYP2 (for cell 2). Used to select display convention of the process variable.
A. Resistivity. Display Mnemonic rES. Select this item
to display resistivity values (MΩ/cm or kΩ/cm).
B. Conductivity. Display Mnemonic Con. Select this
item to display conductivity values (µS/cm or mS/cm).
C. Neutral salt compensation. Display Mnemonic
nEu. Accept this item to use neutral salt temperature
compensation algorithm for ultra pure water with trace
amounts of sodium chloride.
D. Cation Compensation. Display Mnemonic CAt.
Accept this item to use cation temperature compensation algorithm.
E. Raw Conductivity (no temperature compensation)
NOTE
2.
Enter Set Mode. Pressing the ACCESS key twice
in rapid succession will place the analyzer in Set
Mode. The display will show SEt to confirm that it
is in Set Mode. It will then display the first item in
the set menu. The analyzer is now ready for user
configuration.
NOTE:
If LOC displays, the Keyboard Security
Code must be entered to access the Set
Mode (Refer to Section 6.0).
To set up the instrument to output raw
(uncompensated) conductivity, go to
Section 4.4B and set the automatic temperature compensation to oFF, and set
the manual temperature to 25°C (77°F)
under1t-C (and 2t-C as desired). The
analyzer will still output the actual temperature correctly if temperature is
selected as the output variable. This procedure is required by USP 23.
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SECTION 4.0
CONFIGURATION
TABLE 4-1.
CONFIGURATION WORKSHEET
Use this worksheet to assist in the configuration of the analyzer.
RANGE
FACTORY SET
USER SET
Con
nEu
_________
_________
0-25 % of setpoint
0-255 sec.
0-255 sec.
1CEL
HI
0.00%
000 Seconds
000 Seconds
_________
_________
_________
_________
_________
0-25 % of setpoint
0-255 sec
0-255 sec
2CEL
HI
0.00%
000 Seconds
000 Seconds
_________
_________
_________
_________
_________
1 t
20°C
oFF
0%
0 Second
0 Seconds
_________
_________
_________
_________
_________
_________
°C
on
_________
1Out: 1CEL, 2Out: 2CEL
420
doc
0 Seconds
_________
_________
_________
_________
non
non
non
non
_________
_________
_________
_________
001-999
000
_
000
_________
_________
0-20,000µS/cm (0 to 50MΩ)
0-20,000µS/cm (0 to 50MΩ)
50µS/cm
100µS/cm
_________
_________
Conductivity: 0-20,000µS/cm
Resistivity: 0 to 50MΩ
Temperature: 0 to 135°C
1 Lo, 2 LO: 0µS/cm
1 HI: 10µS/cm
2 HI: 20µS/cm
_________
A. Process Variable Display (1tYP/2tYP)
1. Conductivity or Resistivity (Con/rES)
2. Temperature Compensation (nEu/CAt)
B. Alarm 1 Setup (AL1)
1. Alarm Configuration (1CEL/OFF)
2. High or Low (H-L) (Hi/Lo)
3. Hysteresis (HYS)
4. Delay Time On (don)
5. Delay Time Off (doF)
C. Alarm 2 Setup (AL2)
1. Alarm Configuration (1CEL/2CEL/FLt/OFF)
2. High or Low (H-L) (Hi/Lo)
3. Hysteresis (HYS)
4. Delay Time On (don)
5. Delay Time Off (doF)
D. Alarm 3 (AL3)
1. Alarm Configuration (1 t/2t/OFF)
2. Alarm 3 Setpoint (SP3)
3. High or Low (H-L) (Hi/Lo)
4. Hysteresis (HY5)
5. Delay time on (don)
6. Delay time on (doF)
0 to 135°C
0 to 25% of setpoint
0 to 255 sec
0 to 255 sec
E. Temperature Setup (1t-C/2t-C)
1. Display temperature (d-t) (°C/°F)
2. Automatic Temp. Compensation (AtC) (on/oFF)
a. Manual temp. value (when oFF)((0 to135°C)
F. Current Output Setup (1OUt/2OUt)
1. Process Variable Selection (1CEL/2CEL/1t/2t)
2. mA Output (CUr) (020/420)
3. Display Current Output (d-0) (Pct/doc)
4. Dampen Current Output (dPn)
0-255 sec.
G. Default Setup (dFt)
1. Relay 1 default (rL1) (non/oFF/on)
2. Relay 2 default (rL2) (non/oFF/on)
3. Relay 3 default (rL3) (non/oFF/on)
4. Current Output Default (1Cur/2Cur) (non/cur)
H. Keyboard Security Setup (COd)
1. Keyboard Security Required
2. Keyboard Security Not Required
I. Alarm Set Points
1. Alarm 1 (SP1)
2. Alarm 2 (SP2)
J. Current Output
1. Zero (0 or 4 mA) (1 LO/2 LO)
2. F.S. (20 mA) (1 HI/2 HI)
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MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 4.0
CONFIGURATION
4.2.1 Process Variable Configuration (tYP1/tYP2). Refer
to Figure 4-1.
D. Alarm Logic. Mnemonic H-L. Select this item for
high or low alarm logic. High logic activates the alarm
when the reading is greater than the set point value.
Low logic activates the alarm when the reading is less
than the set point value.
1.
Enter Set Mode by pressing ACCESS key twice.
2.
SCROLL (é) until tYP1 or tYP2 appears on the
display.
3.
SELECT to move to the next menu level. rES, or
Con will display.
4.
SCROLL ( é ) to display desired item then
ENTER. nEu or CAt will display.
5.
SCROLL ( é ) to display desired item then
ENTER. Display will return to tYP1 or tYP2.
F. Delay Time On. Display Mnemonic don. Sets time
delay for relay activation after alarm set point is
reached. May be set from 0 to 255 seconds.
6.
Repeat steps 2 through 5 for 2nd cell configuration.
G. Delay Time Off. Display Mnemonic doF. Sets time
delay for relay deactivation after alarm set point is
reached. May be set from 0 to 255 seconds. Alarm
state restarts time from zero. Use when a fixed time
should pass before relay deactivation occurs.
SEt
tYP1
tYP2
rE5
Con
CAt
nEU
Figure 4-1 Process Variable Configuration.
4.3. ALARM 1 AND 2. Display Mnemonic AL1 or AL2.
Used to set alarm relay logic. The alarms may be used
to perform on-off process control. See note below.
A. CELL 1/2. Display Mnemonic 1 CEL/2 CEL. Select
this item if Alarm 1 or 2 is to be used as a process
alarm. Select 1 CEL to act on Cell 1 input. Select 2 CEL
to act on cell 2 input. See Steps D through G for further configuration.
B. OFF. Mnemonic OFF. Select this item if alarm 1 or 2
will not be used or to temporarily disable the alarm.
Alarm 1 or 2 setpoint will display oFF if this item is
selected. Omit Steps D through G.
C. Fault. Display Mnemonic FLt. (Alarm 2 only). Select
to make Alarm 2 a fault alarm. Relay 2 will energize
when the unit shows a fault condition. See Table 8-1
for a listing of the fault mnemonics and their descriptions. Alarm 2 setpoint will display F1 t if this item is
selected. Omit Steps D through G.
E. Relay Hysteresis. Display Mnemonic HYS. Sets the
relay hysteresis (dead band) for deactivation after reading has passed the alarm set point. May be set from 0 to
25%. Use hysteresis when a specific conductivity should
be reached before alarm deactivation.
4.3.1 Alarm 1 and 2 Configuration (AL1/AL2). Refer to
Figure 4-2.
1.
Enter Set Mode by pressing ACCESS key twice.
2.
SCROLL (é) until AL1 or AL2 appears on the display.
3.
SELECT to move to the next menu level. 1 CEL,
OFF or (AL2 only) 2 CEL or FLt will display.
4.
SCROLL ( é ) to display desired item then
SELECT.
SEt
AL1
1 CEL
H-L
Hi
OFF
HYS
Lo
don
AL2
1 CEL
2 CEL
FLt
OFF
doF
Figure 4-2. Alarm 1 and Alarm 2 Configuration
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MODEL 1054B DC
5.
SECTION 4.0
CONFIGURATION
If OFF is selected, display will show oFF to
acknowledge. Press ENTER key to return to AL1 or
AL2, concluding routine. Skip to Step 11.
If 1 CEL or 2 CEL is selected, display will show on to
acknowledge, then display H-L. Proceed to Step 6.
If FLt is selected, display will show Flt to acknowledge. Press ENTER key to return to AL2.
6.
SELECT H-L. Hi or Lo will display (flashing).
7.
SCROLL (é ) to the desired item and ENTER it
into memory. Display will return to H-L. If changes
to relay activation logic are desired, proceed to
Step 8, otherwise Step 12.
8.
SCROLL ( é ) to display HYS, don or doF then
SELECT desired item. Numerical display will
flash to indicate that a value is required.
9.
Use SCROLL (é) and SHIFT (ç) to display the
desired value.
10. ENTER value into memory. The analyzer will
acknowledge and return to display of last item
selected. Repeat Step 8 if further changes are
desired, otherwise Step 12.
11. Repeat Step 3 for the other Alarm 2 settings as
required.
12. To return to the first level of the Set Mode, press
the ACCESS key.
4.3.2 Alarm 3. Display Mnemonic AL3. Used to set alarm
relay logic for relay 3 based on process
temperature from cell I or 2.
NOTE
If alarm 3 is activated, the negative sign
will flash on the display
F. Delay Time On. See Section 4.3F
G. Delay Time Off. See Section 4.3G
4.3.3 Alarm 3 Configuration (AL3). Refer to Figure 4-3.
1 . Enter Set Mode by pressing ACCESS key twice.
2. SCROLL (é) until AL3 appears on display.
3. SELECT to move to the next menu level. It, 2t or
OFF will display.
4. SCROLL (é) to display desired item then SELECT.
5. If OFF is selected, display will show OFF to acknowledge. Press ENTER key to return to AL3, concluding
routine. Proceed to Step 13.
If 1 t or 2 t is selected, display will go to next menu
level. SP3 will display.
6. To change alarm set point, SELECT SP3. Current temperature setpoint will display with last digit flashing.
SCROLL and SHIFT to display the desired value.
Note: to change temperature display (°F or °C), refer
to Section 4.4 (Temperature).
7. ENTER value into memory. The analyzer will
acknowledge and return to display SP3.
8. SCROLL (é) to display H-L, then SELECT. HI or Lo
will display (flashing).
SEt
A. Cell Selection. Display Mnemonic It or 2t. Select
this item to use the process temperature relay. Select
1t for input from cell one's RTD, 2t for input from cell
two's RTD.
B. Off. Mnemonic OFF. Select this item if relay 3 will not
be used.
C. Set Point. Mnemonic SP3. Select this item to enter the
alarm setpoint.
D. Alarm Logic. See Section 4.3D
E. Relay Hysteresis. See Section 4.3E
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AL3
SP3
Hi
1 t
H-L
Lo
2 t
HYS
OFF
don
doF
Figure 4-3 Alarm 3 Configuration
MODEL 1054B DC
9. SCROLL(é) to the desired item and ENTER it into
memory. Display will return to H-L. If changes to
relay activation logic are desired, proceed to next
step. Otherwise go to Step 13.
10. SCROLL (é) to display HYS, don or dof then SELECT
desired item. Numerical display will flash to indicate
that a value is required.
11. Use SCROLL (é ) and SHIFT (ç ) to display the
desired value.
12. ENTER value into memory. The analyzer will
acknowledge and return to display of last item
selected. Repeat Step 10 if further changes are
desired.
13. To return to the first level of the Set Mode, Press the
ACCESS key.
4.4 TEMPERATURE. Display Mnemonic 1t-C / 2t-C.
Select this item for temperature reading and compensation choices.
A. Temperature Display. Display Mnemonic d-t.
Select this item to toggle between °F and °C temperature
display. The analyzer will show all temperatures for both
cells in units selected until the selection is changed.
SECTION 4.0
CONFIGURATION
If oFF is selected, numerical display will flash
indicating that a process temperature value is
required (proceed to Step 8).
8. Use SCROLL (é) and SHIFT (ç) to display the
desired value ENTER value into memory
9. Repeat Steps 4-8 as required for other item
10. Press the ENTER key to return to Set Menu.
11. Repeat Steps 2-10 for second cell.
SEt
1 t-C
2 t-C
°F
d-t
Atc
on
°C
oFF
Figure 4-4. Temperature Configuration
4.5 CURRENT OUTPUT. Display Mnemonic is 1 OUt/2
OUt. These items are used to configure the output signals.
Each output corresponds to a user selectable item.
B. Automatic Temperature Compensation. Display
Mnemonic Atc. The analyzer will use the temperature
input from the sensor for temperature correction when on
is selected. When oFF is selected, the analyzer will use the
value entered by the user for temperature correction. This
manual temperature option is useful if the temperature
sensor is faulty or not on line, or if uncompensated (raw)
conductivity will be output. Use 25°C (or 77°F) as the
manual temperature in this case. Temperature specific
faults will be disabled (refer to Section 8.0).
A. Conductivity/Resistivity. Display Mnemonic 1CEL or
2CEL. Select 1CEL to correspond to the process variable
measured by cell one, 2CEL for cell two's process variable.
4.4.1 Temperature Configuration t-C. See Figure 4-4.
1. Enter Set Mode by pressing ACCESS key twice
A. Output Dampening. Display Mnemonic dPn. Dampens
the response of the signal output. This option is useful to
minimize the effect of a noisy reading. The number
entered is the sample time (in seconds) for an averaged
output. Zero to 255 seconds may be entered.
2. SCROLL (é) until 1t-C (for cell one) or 2t-C (for cell
two) appears on the display.
3. SELECT to move to the next menu level. d-t will
display.
4. SCROLL (é) to display desired item then SELECT it.
5. If d-t is selected, display will show °C or °F. If Atc is
selected, display will show on or oFF
6. SCROLL (é) then ENTER desired item into memory.
7. If °C, °F or on are entered, display will return to the
previous level (proceed to Step 9).
B. Process Temperature. Display Mnemonic 1t or 2t.
Select 1t to correspond output to temperature of cell
one's process temperature, 2t for cell two's process temperature.
Operation of output is user selectable as follows:
B. mA Output Range. Display Mnemonic CUr. Selection
of this item will allow choice of 0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20 mA
output range.
C. Display Output. Display Mnemonic d-O. This item is
used to select logic of output display. Selecting this item
will allow the analyzer to display current output as mA
(doc) or as a percent of full scale output range (Pct).
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SECTION 4.0
CONFIGURATION
4.5.1 Current Output Configuration 1OUt / 2OUt. Refer to
Figure 4-5.
C. Fault History. Display Mnemonic SHO. Selecting
this item will display the most recent detected faults.
Press the SCROLL key once for each previous fault
history. Pressing ACCESS will clear SHO history.
1.
Enter Set Mode by pressing the ACCESS key twice.
2.
SCROLL (é) until 1OUt/2OUt appears on the display.
3.
SELECT to move to the next menu level. The item
presently in memory will display.
4.6.1 Default Configuration (dFt). dFt Refer to Figure
4-6.
4.
SCROLL (é) then SELECT desired item.
1.
5.
If dPn is selected, numerical display will flash indicating that a value is required (proceed to Step 6).
Enter Set Mode by pressing the ACCESS key
twice.
2.
SCROLL (é) until dFt appears on the display.
If CUr or d-O is selected, proceed to Step 7.
3.
SCROLL (é) then SHIFT (ç) to display the desired
value. ENTER into memory
SELECT to move to the next menu level. rL1 will
display.
4.
SCROLL (é) then SELECT desired item.
7.
SCROLL (é) then ENTER desired item.
5.
8.
Repeat Steps 4-7 as required.
Display will show next item selection. SCROLL
(é) and ENTER desired item.
9.
Press the ENTER key to return to the Set Menu.
6.
Repeat Steps 4 and 5 as required for other
default settings rL2, rL3, 1Cur and 2Cur. If cur is
selected for 1Cur / 2Cur, press ENTER then use
the SCROLL (é) and SHIFT (ç) keys to enter the
desired current value in mA.
7.
Press the ENTER key to return to Set Menu.
6.
10. Repeat Steps 2-9 for second output configuration.
SEt
1 Out
2 Out
1 CEL
2 CEL
1 t
2 t
dPn
CUr
SEt
420
020
d-O
doc
dFt
Pct
Figure 4-5. Current Output Configuration
4.6 DEFAULTS. Display Mnemonic dFt. This item is
used to set the configuration of relays and output
default conditions during fault or hold status. See
Table 8-1 for a listing of the possible fault conditions
which can be diagnosed by the analyzer. A hold status is initiated by pressing the HOLD key twice. (Press
twice again to remove the hold.)
22
on
oFF
non
non
cur
Figure 4-6. Default Configuration
4.7 ALARM SETPOINT. Alarms 1 & 2. The alarms setpoints should be adjusted after completing the configuration procedure outlined in Sections 4.1 to 4.6.
(Refer to Figure 4-7).
A. Relay 1, 2 and 3. Display Mnemonic rL1, rL2 and
rL3. The relays can be set to activate on, deactivate
oFF, or hold present status non. See Table 4-2.
B. Current Output. Display Mnemonic Cur.The current
output is held non or goes to a specified value cur during a fault condition. cur will probably be the most
informative selection.
rL1
rL2
rL3
1Cur
2Cur
SHO
NOTE
Alarm 3 setpoint is set under set mode. See
Section 4.3.2.
1.
Press the PV key to ensure that the analyzer is not
in Set Mode.
MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 4.0
CONFIGURATION
TABLE 4-2. Relay States for Various Conditions and Alarm/Default Configurations
ANALYZER CONDITION
Set Menu
default
(dFt)
setting
rL1/rL2/rL3
on
off
non
NORMAL
HOLD
FAULT
Set menu AL1/AL2/AL3 setting
Set menu AL1/AL2/AL3 setting
Set menu AL1/AL2/AL3 setting
On
OFF
FLt
On
OFF
FLt
On
OFF
FLt
(Alarm 2
(Alarm 2
(Alarm 2
only)
only)
only)
Proc. det.
–
–
+
–
–
+
–
+
Proc. det.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
+
Proc. det.
–
–
Proc. det.
–
–
Proc. det.
–
+
Proc. det.: Alarm state is determined by
the process value.
+
: Relay will activate.
–
: Relay will not activate.
2.
Example: If you want the analyzer to activate relay 1 in
hold mode during calibration, set AL1 to On
in Section 4.3, and set rL1 to on.
Press the ALARM 1 or ALARM 2 key. SP1 or SP2
will show briefly, followed by the Alarm 1 or Alarm
2 Setpoint.
NOTE
Selection of the µS/mS and decimal
position is achieved by pressing SHIFT
(ç ) until the µS/mS flag flashes, then
SCROLL (é) until the desired combination of decimal position and mS (flashing)/µS (not flashing) flag are displayed.
Follow the same procedure to select the
MΩ/kΩ and decimal position.
NOTE:
If the alarm is set to OFF or FLt (Alarm 2
only), the analyzer will display oFF or F1 t
respectively. (Refer to Section 4.2, Alarm
Configuration.)
3.
Press SELECT to adjust the value. The display
will acknowledge briefly with AdJ followed by the
Numeric Display with digit flashing.
4.
SCROLL ( é ) and SHIFT ( ç ) to display the
desired value.
5.
ENTER value into memory. Repeat Steps 2 to 5
for the second setpoint.
Alarm logic may be changed from normally open (N.O.) to normally closed
(N.C.) by cutting circuits (W5, W7 & W9)
on the power supply PCB and adding
jumpers (W4, W6, & W8).
ZERO
é
ALARM
1
ç
ACCESS
AdJ
SP1/2
SELECT
ENTER
F.S.
ç
ALARM
2
Press
Once
SELECT
Press
Once
Displays
Briefly
Numeric
Display
Change to
desired
value
FIGURE 4-7. Alarm Setpoint
Press
Once
Displays
Briefly
Numeric
Display
of
Setpoint
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MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 4.0
CONFIGURATION
4.8 OUTPUT SCALE EXPANSION. The output is controlled as user configured. The output zero and full
scale value should be adjusted after completing the
configuration procedure as outlined in Sections 4.1 to
4.6. (Refer to Figure 4-8.)
B. Full Scale (F.S.) Point (20 mA) 1 HI/2 HI
1.
Press the PV key to ensure that the analyzer is
not in Set Mode.
2.
Press the ALARM 2 key twice. The display will
show 1 HI or 2 HI briefly then display the FULL
SCALE point. SCROLL (<) to toggle 1 HI/2 HI.
Press the PV key to ensure that the unit is not in
Set Mode.
3.
Press the ALARM 1 key twice. The display will
show 1 LO or 2 LO briefly then display the ZERO
point. Scroll (<) to toggle 1 LO/2 LO.
Press SELECT to adjust the value. The display
will acknowledge briefly with AdJ followed by the
Numeric Display with digit flashing.
4.
SCROLL ( é ) and SHIFT ( ç ) to display the
desired value.
Press SELECT to adjust the value. The display
will acknowledge briefly with AdJ followed by the
Numeric Display with digit flashing.
5.
ENTER value into memory. The display will show
1 HI/2 HI and display the entered value.
4.
SCROLL ( é ) and SHIFT ( ç ) to display the
desired value.
6.
Repeat steps 2-5 for the second output.
5.
ENTER value into memory. The display will show
1 LO/2 LO and display the entered value.
6.
Repeat steps 2-5 for second output.
A. ZERO POINT (0 mA or 4 mA) 1 LO/2 LO
1.
2.
3.
NOTE
For a reverse output, enter the higher
value for zero, and the lower value for
the Full Scale.
ZERO
é
ALARM
1
é
ç
AdJ
SELECT
F.S.
ENTER
2 LO/2HI
Press
Once
Displays
Briefly
SELECT
Press to
Toggle
Output
1&2
Press
Once
Displays
Briefly
Numeric Change to
Display
desired
value
FIGURE 4-8. Output Scale Expansion
24
1 LO/1 HI
ç
ALARM
2
Press
Twice
ACCESS
Numeric
Display
of
Setpoint
MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 4.0
CONFIGURATION
4.9 SIMULATE CURRENT OUTPUTS. The outputs
can be simulated to check the operation of devices
such as valves, pumps, or recorders. The outputs can
be simulated in either current (mA) or percent of full
scale, depending on how the output displays d-O
were configured in Section 4.5. (Refer to Figure 4-9.)
6.
To remove the analyzer from hold, press the
HOLD key twice. The hold flag on the display will
be removed and the display will stop flashing.
B. Simulate Output in Current 1SiC / 2SiC. The output
can be simulated in mA units if d-O in Section 4.5
was configured to display current doc.
A. Simulate Output in Percent 1/2SiP. The output
can be simulated in percent if d-O in Section 4.5 was
configured to display percent Pct.
1.
Press the PV key once to insure that the analyzer is not in the Set Mode.
1.
Press the PV key once to insure that the analyzer is
not in the Set Mode.
2.
Press the OUTPUT key twice. The display will
show 1dOC or 2dOC briefly, then display the output
value in mA. SCROLL (é) to toggle 1dOC/2dOC.
2.
Press the OUTPUT key twice. The display will
show 1Pct or 2Pct briefly, then display the output
value in percent of full scale. SCROLL (é) to toggle 1Pct/2Pct.
3.
Press SELECT to simulate the output. the display
will briefly acknowledge with Sic followed by the
Numeric Display with digit flashing.
4.
SCROLL ( é ) and SHIFT ( ç ) to display the
desired value.
5.
ENTER value into memory. The display will show
dOC and display the entered value. Also, the display will flash to acknowledge that the analyzer is
placed on hold HLd. In hold mode the relays will
be set as determined in Section 4.6.
6.
To remove the analyzer from hold, press the
HOLD key twice. The hold flag on the display will
be removed and the display will stop flashing.
3.
Press SELECT to simulate the output. The display
will briefly acknowledge with 1SiP or 2SiP followed
by the Numeric Display with digit flashing.
4.
SCROLL ( é ) and SHIFT ( ç ) to display the
desired value.
5.
ENTER value into memory. The display will show
1Pct or 2Pct and display the entered value. Also,
the display will flash to acknowledge that the analyzer is placed on hold HLd. In hold mode the
relays will be set as determined in Section 4.6.
é
OUTPUT
é
COND
ç
SELECT
1/2SiC
1/2SiP
ACCESS
ENTER
1/2Pct
1/2dOC
ç
SELECT
Press
Twice
Press to
Toggle
Output
1&2
Press
Once
Displays
Briefly
Numeric Change to Press
Once
Display
desired
value
FIGURE 4-9. Simulate Current Output
Displays
Briefly
Numeric
Display
of Output
(Analyzer in
hold)
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MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 4.0
CONFIGURATION
4.10 DISPLAY CYCLE. Display Mnemonic CYC. This
feature allows the display to alternate between cell
one and cell two PV readings. Refer to Figure 4-10.
1. Enter the Set Mode by pressing the ACCESS key
twice.
2. SCROLL (é) until CYC appears on the display.
3. SELECT to move to next menu level. Display will
flash showing present cycle mode: on or oFF
4. SCROLL (é) to display desired item then ENTER.
If oFF is entered, display will return to the previous
level and the display will not cycle. If on is entered,
display will show cycle time in seconds. SCROLL
(é) and SHIFT(ç) to display desired value, then
enter. Display will toggle between PV of cell one
and PV of cell two each cycle time.
SEt
CYC
on
oFF
FIGURE 4-10. Display Cycle
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MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 5.0
START-UP AND CALIBRATION
SECTION 5.0
START-UP AND CALIBRATION
5.1 START-UP AND CALIBRATION. Calibration and
operation of the Model 1054B DC should begin only
after completion of configuration of the analyzer. The
sensor must be wired (including junction box and
interconnecting cable) as it will be in operation.
5.1.1 Entering the Cell Constant. The cell constant is
factory set for a .01 cell constant. If the value is
correct for both cells, proceed to Section 5.1.2. If
a cell with a constant other than .01 is used, enter
the appropriate value (1CEL for cell 1, 2CEL for
cell 2) as follows:
l.
Enter the Set Mode by pressing the ACCESS key
twice in rapid succession. The analyzer will display SEt briefly then display 1Cin.
2. SCROLL (é) the menu until 1CEL or 2CEL is displayed, then SELECT it. The Numerical display
will flash to indicate that a value is desired.
3. Use SCROLL (é) and SHIFT (ç) to display the
correct sensor cell constant and ENTER it into
memory.
4. Repeat this procedure for the second cell if
required.
5.1.3 Temperature Calibration. Precise measurement
of high purity water requires accurate temperature
measurement. For this reason it is recommended that
the cells be temperature calibrated.
To calibrate a conductivity cell, place the cell and a
high accuracy mercury thermometer into a beaker of
water. It is best, though not essential, that the sample
be near the temperature of the intended process
stream. Allow several minutes for the sensor and thermometer to come to equilibrium.
NOTE
Pressing the Temp key will display the
process temperature for Cell 1. To toggle
the display for the process temperature for
Cell 2, press SCROLL (é).
1.
2.
Observe the analyzer temperature reading by
pressing the TEMP key (and SCROLL (é) if
required). Assure that the reading is stable and the
sensor acclimated to the process temperature.
Compare the analyzer reading to the thermometer
reading. If the readings are different, proceed to
step three.
Press the TEMP key (and SCROLL (é ) if
required) then the SELECT key to correct the
temperature display. The analyzer will display AdJ
briefly, then the Numeric Display will show with
digit flashing.
SCROLL (é) and SHIFT (ç) to display the correct value and ENTER it into memory.
Repeat this procedure for the second cell.
5.1.2 Entering the Cell Calibration Constant
(Factor). Model 400 Series conductivity cells intended
for use with the 1054B DC include a tag giving its calibration constant, Cal Const. This is a number
between 0 and 999 specifying the cell’s exact cell
constant. Entering this value (1Fct for Cell 1, 2Fct for
Cell 2) into the 1054B DC allows increased measurement accuracy. Enter the number provided on the
Cell’s tag as follows:
3.
1.
5.1.4 Cell Single Point Calibration. The Single Point
calibration adjustment is for use only in calibrating the
Model 1054B DC to match a reference instrument of
known high accuracy. To use it otherwise will result in
a reduction in system accuracy. By performing a single point calibration, the user overrides the calibration
constant setting.
NOTE
To completely undo the single point calibration adjustment, re-enter either the cell
constant or cell calibration constant of the
appropriate cell. (Section 5.1.1 - 2).
2.
3.
4.
Enter the Set Mode by pressing the ACCESS key
twice in rapid succession. The analyzer will display SEt briefly then display 1Cin.
SCROLL (é) the menu until 1Fct or 2Fctis displayed, then SELECT it. The Numerical display
will flash to indicate that a value is desired.
Use SCROLL (é) and SHIFT (ç) to display the
correct calibration constant and ENTER it into
memory.
Repeat this procedure for the second cell if
required. For Model 150,160, and 140 Series
cells, perform a single point calibration (See
Section 5.1.4).
4.
5.
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MODEL 1054B DC
NOTE
After initial installation or any cleaning procedure, the conductivity cell will require I
to 2 days after insertion into the ultrapure
water stream before accurate readings
may be obtained. In many cases, the full
0.5% system accuracy will not be obtainable until the cell has remained in the ultrapure water stream a full 5 days.
NOTE
Pressing the CAL key will display the
process temperature for Cell. To toggle the
display for the process temperature for
Cell 2, press SCROLL (é).
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SECTION 5.0
START-UP AND CALIBRATION
1.
2.
Press the CAL (and SCROLL (é) if required) key
then the SELECT . Std will display followed by the
Numeric Display with digit flashing.
SCROLL (é) and SHIFT (ç) to display the conductivity value of the known high accuracy and
ENTER it into memory.
MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 6.0
KEYBOARD SECURITY
SECTION 6.0
KEYBOARD SECURITY
6.1 KEYBOARD SECURITY. Display Mnemonic COd.
Select this feature to display the user defined security
code. Any three digit number may be used for this
code. 000 will disable the security feature. This item is
used to prevent accidental changes to the calibration
and configuration of the analyzer. When activated, the
analyzer will allow all read functions to read normally. If
an attempt is made to change a value, LOC will display
followed by the Numeric Display ready for the code to
be entered. A proper code will unlock the analyzer and
the analyzer will return to the last function attempted.
Any incorrect value will result in bAd briefly displaying.
The analyzer will then return to numeric display and
await the entry of the code. Once unlocked, the analyzer will allow access to all functions until the analyzer
is either powered down or no keystrokes are made for
a period of 2 minutes. If the code should be forgotten,
pressing and holding the ACCESS key for 5 seconds
will result in display of the code. Releasing the
ACCESS key, then pressing ENTER will unlock the
analyzer.
6.1.1 Keyboard Security (COd).
1.
Enter Set Mode by pressing ACCESS key twice.
2.
SCROLL (é) until COd appears on the display.
3.
Press SELECT.
4.
SCROLL ( é ) and SHIFT ( ç ) to display the
desired value, then ENTER it into memory.
NOTE
Entering 000 disables the keyboard
security.
NOTE
Security feature will not activate until 2
minutes without keyboard activity or power
is removed from the analyzer then
restored.
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MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 7.0
THEORY OF OPERATION
SECTION 7.0
THEORY OF OPERATION
7.1 THEORY OF OPERATION. This section is a general description of how the analyzer operates. This
section is for those users who desire a greater understanding of the analyzer’s operation.
Utilizing a square wave measurement circuit for
improved linearity and accuracy, the Model 1054B DC
measures the absolute conductivity/resistivity of the
measured process. The analyzer then references the
conductivity/resistivity to 25°C by accurately measuring the process temperature by means of a Pt-100 or
Pt-1000 RTD located in the cell.
It is commonly known that in measuring the resistivity
or conductivity of ultrapure water, temperature compensation is very critical. The temperature coefficient
of ultrapure water depends both on the temperature
and the resistivity/conductivity of the water being tested. Figure 7-1 illustrates the relationship between the
resistance and the temperature of pure water from 2
megohm-cm to 18 megohm-cm quality.
The Model 1054B DC incorporates a 100 ohm or 1000
ohm RTD for temperature measurement, and is capable
of measuring and displaying temperature accurately to
within ±0.1°C. Temperature measurement is resolved to
.025°C and this precise measurement is used in the analyzer’s temperature compensation calculation.
FIGURE 7-1 Resistance vs. Temperature
30
For neutral salts the equation that the analyzer utilizes
to calculate temperature compensation is derived
from the equivalent conductance of the separate ions
in the total solution system. The equation is the form
of:
Ct = C25QS Where
(QS - QW)
(18.25)
Ct = Specific conductivity at temperature
C25 = Conductivity at 25°C
QS = Temperature coefficient of neutral salt
QW = Temperature coefficient of pure water
This formula takes into account the temperature coefficient of the neutral salt component and the pure H2O
component and separately calculates the conductive
contribution of the solvent and solute.
This temperature compensation method not only
achieves the same accuracy for water over the range
of 15°C to 60°C as the General Electric equation, but
also extends the accuracy from 0°C to 100°C.
For cation resin columns, a formula specific to the
characteristics of pure water contaminated with
minute quantities of hydrochloric acid is used to provide accuracy for cation solutions up to 9.99 µS/cm
over a temperature range of 0°C to 100°C.
MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 8.0
DIAGNOSTICS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
SECTION 8.0
DIAGNOSTICS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
8.1 DIAGNOSTICS. The Model 1054B analyzer has a
diagnostic feature which automatically searches for
fault conditions that would cause an error in the
measured conductivity value. If such a condition
occurs, the current output and relays will act as configured in default and the fault flag and display will
flash. A fault code mnemonic will display at frequent
intervals. If more than one fault condition exists, the
display will sequence the faults at one second intervals. This will continue until the cause of the fault has
been corrected. Display of fault mnemonics is suppressed when in Set Mode. Selecting the SHO item will
display a history of the two most recent fault conditions unless SHO was cleared (Refer to Section 4.6).
NOTE
If the analyzer is in hold and a fault occurs,
the mnemonic HLd will display during the
fault sequence.
8.1.1 Fault Mnemonics. Table 8-1 lists the fault
mnemonics and describes the meaning of each.
TABLE 8-1. Fault Mnemonics
Display
EEP
CHS
COP
1tcH
1tcL
FAC
2tcH
2tcL
1CLH
2CLH
Description
EEPROM write error (bad EEPROM chip).
ROM failure (check sum error) (bad ROM chip).
Computer not operating properly.
High temperature compensation error - Cell 1.
Low temperature compensation error - Cell 1.
Factory calibration required.
High temperature compensation error - Cell 2.
Low temperature compensation error - Cell 2.
Overange - Cell 1.
Overange - Cell 2.
8.1.2 Temperature Compensation. Table 8-2 is a
ready reference of RTD resistance values for a Pt1000 RTD at various temperatures. For Pt-100 values
divide by 10. These are used for test and evaluation
of the sensor.
TABLE 8-2. RTD Resistance Values
Temperature
Resistance
0°C
1000 ohms
10°C
1039.0 ohms
20°C
1077.0 ohms
25°C
1096.2 ohms
30°C
1116.7 ohms
40°C
1155.4 ohms
50°C
1194.0 ohms
60°C
1232.4 ohms
70°C
1270.7 ohms
80°C
1308.9 ohms
90°C
1347.0 ohms
100°C
1385.0 ohms
110°C
1422.9 ohms
120°C
1460.6 ohms
130°C
1498.2 ohms
140°C
1535.8 ohms
150°C
1573.1 ohms
160°C
1610.4 ohms
170°C
1647.6 ohms
180°C
1684.6 ohms
190°C
1721.6 ohms
200°C
1758.4 ohms
NOTE
Ohmic values are read across the T.C.
element and are based on the stated
values (RO ±0.12%). Allow enough time
for the T.C. element to stabilize to the
surrounding temperature. Each 1°C
change corresponds to a change of
3.85 ohms (for a Pt-1000 RTD) or .385
ohms (for a Pt 100 RTD).
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MODEL 1054B DC
8.2 TROUBLESHOOTING. The Model 1054B analyzer
is designed with the state of the art microprocessor
circuitry. This design incorporates programmed features that provide constant monitoring for fault conditions, and the reporting of these faults via Mnemonics
on the instrument display screen. This aids in determining where to start checking for the cause of failures, and in some instances, the ability to see
changes that can be used to predict future degeneration of assemblies before their complete failure.
8.2.1 Installation Failure. After completion of installation the instrument should be checked for operation.
Normally this would consist of Powering up the instrument and checking for:
1.
A self diagnostic fault display. Refer to Table 8-1
for brief description of problem indicated by
mnemonic. Table 8-3 provides a more comprehensive problem explanation and actions that
may help solve the problem.
2.
A conductivity reading that is approximately correct. (Depending upon sensor installation in either
air or process.) Refer to Section 8.2.3 for sensor
checks.
3.
Pressing several of the keypads to determine
whether programming appears to be operational.
Table 8-3 explains problems and actions that may
be helpful in solving them.
4.
Checking output for 4-20 mA output current.
8.2.2 After Operation. Troubleshooting this instrument
after previous operation should follow normal troubleshooting procedures. Check display. If power is
O.K. the display mnemonic will direct you to the basic
area of malfunction (Sensor, Printed Circuit Boards,
calibration, or temperature compensation).
Use Table 8-1 and Table 8-3 to determine area, possible problem and actions to take to remedy fault.
Faulty display. If a faulty display is suspected, enter
the SET menu and scroll through to the dtS option.
This option will activate all display segments. See
Figure 3-5.
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SECTION 8.0
DIAGNOSTICS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
Output Circuit Testing. To check for problems in the
output circuit, bypass the sensor input and analyzer
calculations by setting a known output current and
checking item driven by output current and checking
the operation of valves, pumps, recorders, etc. For
directions on how to set output current, refer to
Section 4.9.
8.2.3 Sensor Troubleshooting. In addition to the sensor fault mnemonics, the analyzer can display information pertinent to determining if sensor has become
coated, or if there is a conductivity versus temperature
problem, or an application problem.
Sensor Coated. Conductivity cells used in pure water
service require little maintenance. As with any type of
in-line instrumentation, the cell should be inspected
periodically. During these inspections, the following
items should be checked:
NOTE
After initial installation or any cleaning procedure, the conductivity cell will require I
to 2 days after insertion into the ultrapure
water stream before accurate readings
may be obtained. In many cases, the full
0.5% system accuracy will not be obtainable until the cell has remained in the ultrapure water stream a full 5 days.
1.
Are the cell cable and connections in good condition? Is there evidence of corrosion?
2. Is the cell bent or dented? Blow dry with compressed air and inspect carefully for physical
damage.
3. Is there any extraneous material lodged between
the electrodes? The cell is easily inspected and
can be cleaned with a blast of compressed air or
by holding it holder hot tap water. Hot tap water
may be run through the cell by slipping a piece of
rubber tubing over the end of the cell and allowing the water to flow through the cell and out the
vent holes.
For extremely dirty cell, see step 4.
MODEL 1054B DC
4.
If the conductivity cell electrodes have become
extremely dirty or fouled, chemical cleaning may
become necessary. Warm 10% solutions of
either hydrochloric acid or sodium hydroxide
may be used depending on the soil. Do not keep
cells in these solutions for longer than 15 minutes. Do not have the cell connected during this
procedure. Gentle brushing with a bristle brush
such as a tooth brush may also be employed.
SECTION 8.0
DIAGNOSTICS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
Temperature Sensor Accuracy. If the temperature
sensor in the conductivity sensor is suspect, measuring the resistance along the T.C. element and comparing the corresponding temperature reading can be
used in the evaluation of the sensor. Allow enough
time for the T.C. element to stabilize to the surrounding temperature, Each 1°C change corresponds to a
change of 03.85 ohms.
After chemical cleaning, the cell must be thoroughly
rinsed in running tap water to remove strong electrolyte which may remain on the electrodes, insulators
and electrode holders. This rinsing operation should
continue for approximately one half hour. The cell
should then be washed in several changes of distilled
or deionized water over a period of several hours
before being installed.
8.2.4 Subassembly Replacement Considerations.
Absolute Conductivity. As an aid in determining
whether a problem exists in the conductivity section of
the sensor or analyzer, or the temperature compensating circuits, the absolute conductivity (the uncorrected
conductivity value, without temperature compensation) of the process can be displayed. To do so:
1. Press the ACCESS key twice.
Power Board Replacement. if it becomes necessary
to replace the power board, the CPU will need to be
recalibrated following specific procedures included
with the power board Failure to follow these procedures exactly will cause the microprocessor to be
improperly programmed and require the return of the
analyzer to the factory for reprogramming.
2.
SEt will be displayed briefly followed by 1Cin.
3.
SELECT 1Cin to read the absolute conductivity of
cell 1.
4.
SCROLL (é) to display 2Cin and SELECT to
read the absolute conductivity of cell 2.
To return to normal operation, press PV
5.
CPU Board Replacement. If a problem exists on the
CPU board, and replacement is required, specific
procedures included with the new board must be followed or the microprocessor will be improperly programmed. Should this occur, it will be necessary to
return the analyzer to the factory for reprogramming.
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SECTION 8.0
DIAGNOSTICS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
TABLE 8-3. Troubleshooting Guide
SYMPTOM
PROBLEM
Analyzer value not the same
as reference analyzer.
1. Reference analyzer incorrect.
2. Unclear what is correct.
3. Analyzer out of calibration.
1. Recalibrate reference analyzer
2. Bench test analyzer.
3. Recalibrate per Start-up and
Calibration Section.
Fault code 1tcH/1tcL (cell 1).
2tcH/2tcL (cell 2).
1. Miswire.
1. Check wiring between the
sensor and analyzer.
2. Replace sensor.
2. Open or shorted RTD.
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Fault code 1CLH (cell 1).
2CLH (cell 2).
1. Process conductivity
too high for sensor in use.
Process contamination.
1. Check purity system.
Near zero reading
1. Open wire between sensor
and analyzer.
2. Coated/fouled sensor.
1. Repair wire/check connection.
2. Clean replace/sensor.
Fault code EEP.
1. Defective EEPROM.
1. Replace CPU PCB.
Fault code CHS.
1. Defective CPU.
1. Replace CPU PCB.
No alarm relay closure.
1. Defective power card.
2. Defective CPU.
1. Replace power PCB.
2. Replace CPU PCB.
No output current.
1. Defective power board.
2. Miswired.
1. Replace power PCB.
2. Check for short.
Low output current.
1. Circuit loading with excessive
resistance on output.
1. Consult output loading limits
Model 1054B R specifications
(600 ohms max load).
Zero conductivity reading.
1. Sensor miswired.
2. Solids coating sensor.
3. Open wire in sensor.
1. Repair wire/connection.
2. Clean sensor.
3. Replace sensor or tube.
HP5
1. Switch on CPU board in
wrong position.
1. Slide switch on CPU
toward front of instrument.
MODEL 1054B DC
SECTION 8.0
DIAGNOSTICS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
8.2.5 Instrument Electronic Check. This procedure
will allow the operation of the analyzer to be evaluated
by simulating a known conductivity input.
1.
2.
Disconnect the conductivity sensor input leads
from TB2-1, 2, 3, 5, 6, and 7. Install a decade box
or resistor leads to TB2-1 and TB2-2 to simulate
“CELL1” input resistance, and install a decade
box or resistor leads to TB2-5 and TB2-6 to simulate “CELL2” input resistance. Install leads of a
1100 ohm resistor to TB2-2 and TB2-3 for temperature resistance of “CELL1” and a second 1100
ohm resistor’s leads to TB2-6 and TB2-7 for temperature resistance of “CELL2” as shown in
Figure 8-1.
3.
Set cell constant to 1.0 (see Section 5.1.1).
4.
To simulate a desired conductivity input, an
appropriate resistance value may be calculated
by Formula or selected from the conductivity
(µmhos) vs resistance (ohms) table (see Figure
8-1).
5.
Simulate conductivity input and evaluate the analyzer response.
8.3 INSTRUMENT MAINTENANCE. To maintain the
appearance and extend the life of the enclosure, it
should be cleaned on a regular basis using a mild
soap and water solution followed by a clean water
rinse.
Calibrate temperature to 25°C (see Section 5.1.3).
Decade Box
or Resistor
1100 ohm
Resistor
Decade Box
or Resistor
1100 ohms
Resistor
Formula:
1
____________
Resistance
Conductivity =
Table:
Conductivity (µmhos)
5
10
100
1,000
10,000
20,000
vs
X 1,000,000
Resistance (kilohms)
200,000
100,000
10,000
1,000
100
50
FIGURE 8-1. Simulate Conductivity Input
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SECTION 9.0
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