2200 PCX Particle Counter Instrument Manual
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HACH Company, 2008. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A.jk/kt >

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General EnclosureNEMA 4XFittingsQuick-connect. Connect to -inch O.D tubingPower Requirements115 VAC (ܱ10%); optional 220 VAC (10%); 50/60 HzMaximum Solution Pressure65 psig, not more than 1 minute duration; 55 psig continuousFlow rate100 mL/minute nominalOperating Temperature0і50 C (32Ж122 F)Particle sizeSmallest size: 2 micronsLargest size: 750 micronsIndicatorsPower, counting display, clean sensor and alarmDistance from computer to sensor4000 ft. maximum, entire RS485 signal pathCertificationProduct safety: UL/CSA approved 100Ж115 V, 50/60 Hz external wall-style power supplyImmunity: EN...

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The contents of this manual is thought to be accurate. The manufacturer is not liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages resulting from any defect or omission in this manual, even if advised of the possibility of such damages. In the interest of continued product development, the manufacturer reserves the right to make improvements in this manual and the products it describes at any time, without notice or obligation. Revised editions are found on the manufacturers web site. > Please read this entire manual before unpacking, setting up or operating this...

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This symbol indicates a laser device is used in the equipment.This symbol indicated the presence of devices sensitive to Electro-static Discharge (ESD) and indicated that care must be taken to prevent damage with the equipment. safety-fuse.epsThis symbol indicates that the instrument contains a Class 1 LASER device. This product contains a laser-based sensor that is a Class 1 product (as defined by 21 CFR, Subchapter J, of the Health and Safety Act of 1968) when used under normal operation and maintenance. Service procedures on the sensor can result in exposure to invisible radiation....

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PowerAlarmCountingClean Sensor PowerAlarm CountingClean Sensor Particle Counter Particle Counter Hachs laser-diode-based particle counting sensors are specifically designed for drinking water applications. Water is directed into the sensor and passes through an optical flow cell measuring 750 x 750 microns. Each particle that passes through the sensor generates a signal corresponding to its size. Each sensor comes with a calibration curve showing the signal response versus size of each particle. Hach uses NIST-traceable spheres of defined size to calibrate each sensor. Calibration...

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1 2200 PCX sensor (Location 0Ӕ = influent) 5 System computer with data collection software 2 2200 PCX sensor (Location 1Ӕ) 6 Computer cable, standard 25-pin or 9-pin serial > 1 3 2200 PCX sensor (Location 2Ӕ) 7 Converter, RS485 to RS232 4 RS485 cabletotal distance 4000 feet without repeater 8 RS485 communication cable (Beldon 9841 or equivalent) > 1 Or plug converter directly into computer. >

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1 AC power supply 6 From sample source 2 Sensor outlet (quick-connect fitting) 7 Mounting clips to mount the weir to the sensor 3 Water weir flow controller 8 Variable distance between the sensor and the weir 4 Adjust height to control the flow rate 9 Sensor inlet (quick-connect fitting) 5 To drain or waste >

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1 AC power supply 2 Water weir flow controller >

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1 AC power supply 4 Plumbing tap with shut-off 2 Maximum head loss plus 4 feet 5 Drain 3 Filter 6 Sample inlet tubingshould not extend more than 10 ft >

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The most important part of connecting the plumbing is tapping the best sampling location in the water system. A good sampling location ensures a meaningful measurement. Listed below are guidelines for tapping the best location. Refer also to Figure7. Minimize the distance from the tap to the sensor. Օ Tap in a location that can supply 300500 mL/min. flow with four feet of head above the elevation of the sensor. ֕ Tap upstream of a pressure reduction valve or a point where the plumbing becomes larger. These locations tend to create bubbles that can be erroneously counted as particles. Tap 18...

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1 Quick-connect fitting 3 Black tubing 2 Nut 4. Route the black semi-rigid tubing (already installed in Water Weir) to the water source; connect tubing to the source. 5. Install an 18 inch piece of -in. flexible tubing (provided with Water Weir) in the Water Weir outlet. Attach to fitting as shown in Figure8. 6. Attach quick-connect fitting to other end of tubing in step 5 then fasten tubing to sensor inlet port. See Figure11. 7. Attach quick-connect fitting to another 12-inch piece of ܼ-inch flexible tubing then insert into particle sensor outlet port. 8. Place other end of tubing in step...

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Note: The more accurately you set the flow, the more accurate the resulting count concentration data. > 1 2200 PCX particle counter 4 Set to 832 mm (33 in.) for approximate 100 mL/min flow 2 Sensor outlet 5 Adjustment capslide up or down to adjust the flow rate > 1 3 Water weir flow controller 6 To drain > 1 To measure the flow rate, rotate the cap and collect sample in a graduated cylinder for 1 minute. To adjust the flow rate by 1ז2mL/min, slide the cap up or down by 1inch. >

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4. Allow the water to flow through the system for 24 hours before recording measurements. New plastic tubing can shedӔ particles for the first several hours of use. These particles could affect the accuracy of the particle count readings. > 1 Cut the end of the outlet tube straight across 2 Extend the tube no more than inch inside the cap DANGERAlways remove power to the instrument before an electrical connection is made. When making any wiring connection to the instrument, obey the warnings and notes that follow. Obey all warnings and notes in the installation sections. For more safety...

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Complete the following steps before connecting wires to the terminal blocks. 1. Press the tabs on the sides of the terminal block to open the block. 2. Properly prepare each wire by removing the insulation on the wires by inch (Figure12). > 12 1 Strip ܼ-inch of insulation. 2 Seat insulation against connector with no bare wire exposed. DANGERElectrocution hazard. Proper fusing and power interruption means must be provided on site. If AC power is wired in conduit, provide a local disconnect next to the instrument. The sensor is pre-wired for power. Plug the AC power supply into an electrical...

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