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DF-550E Operator Manual

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SERVOMEX PROCESS ANALYSERS OPERATOR MANUAL

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Copyright 2011 by Servomex Corporation No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form, or by any means including electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without prior written permission of Servomex Corporation. Stablex, Bi-Strata and are trademarks of Servomex Corporation. VCR is a registered trademark of the Cajon Compa

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DF-550E Operator Manual Firmware v20.11 Version 100611 Your NanoTrace Oxygen Analyzer has been designed, manufactured and is supported under ISO-9001 controls, thus helping to insure the highest possible standards of quality. Every analyzer that Servomex manufactures is tested and operated on a variety of gas concentrations to insure that it functions properly when you receive it. The certificate of calibration assures your analyzer has been calibrated on gases that are traceable to NIST standards. With proper maintenance, your analyzer should remain calibrated for years. For a fast and...

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Read Me First... Unpacking Procedure Follow the procedure below to unpack your Process Oxygen Analyzer. 1. Examine the condition of the packaging and its contents. If any damage is apparent, immediately notify the carrier and Servomex. Do not proceed with the installation. 2. Check the contents against the packing slip to make sure the shipment is complete. Unattached equipment may be shipped with the analyzer in supplemental packaging. Shortages should be reported to Servomex immediately. 3. All analyzers are shipped with the following: 4. Open the analyzer door, remove any shipping...

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Thank You Thank you for selecting the model DF-550E Process Oxygen Analyzer. Servomex designs, manufactures, exhaustively tests, and supports every analyzer under ISO-9001 control. You should expect every Servomex analyzer to arrive in good working order and, with proper maintenance, provide years of trouble-free service.

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11.4 Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for Servomex Replenishment Solution (RSA)107

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2 Cautions There are a number of warnings and cautions that must be observed to avoid damage to the analyzer as well to insure the safety of its users. The analyzer must be operated in a manner specified in this manual. Servomex cannot be responsible for direct or consequential damages that result from installing or operating the analyzer in a manner not described in this manual. Importantly, the analyzer has been designed for use with inert, non-toxic, non-combustible sample gases only. Servomex cannot be responsible for direct or consequential damages that result from using the analyzer...

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CAUTION Do not setup or operate the Oxygen Analyzer without a complete understanding of the instructions in this manual. Do not connect this Analyzer to a power source until all signal and plumbing connections are made. CAUTION This analyzer must be operated in a manner consistent with its intended use and as specified in this manual. DANGER The electrolyte is a caustic solution. Review the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) before handling the electrolyte solution. The sensor is shipped dry and must be charged with electrolyte before it is operated. CAUTION Over-pressurizing the sensor can...

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EMI DISCLAIMER This Analyzer generates and uses small amounts of radio frequency energy. There is no guarantee that interference to radio or television signals will not occur in a particular installation. If interference is experienced, turn-off the analyzer. If the interference disappears, try one or more of the following methods to correct the problem:  Reorient the receiving antenna.  Move the instrument with respect to the receiver.  Place the analyzer and receiver on different AC circuits.

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3 Specifications Range of Operation: 0-10ppm Lowest Detection Level (LDL): 0.2 ppb @ Constant Conditions Resolution (Smallest Detectable Change): 0.1 ppb Calibrated Accuracy: ±3 percent of reading or ±0.5 ppb (whichever is greater) @ Constant Conditions Response Time: Typically less than 15 seconds to read 90 percent of a step change. The equilibrium time is dependent on specific conditions. Upset Recovery Time: Typically less than 15 minutes from a high ppm upset to within 10 ppb of the previous stable reading. Ambient Operating Temperature: 0° C to 45° C (32° F to 110° F) Analog Output...

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Calibration System Components: (Optional) Pneumatically or manually actuated springless diaphragm valve calibration system to provide zero and span calibrations. Orbital butt- welded assembly with one quarter inch VCR-type connections. Sensor Warranty: 5 years, See Warranty section on page 117. Power Requirements: 100 to 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz, standard, 35 Watts 200 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz (optional), 35 Watts NiCad battery supplemental power (optional) Display: 2.5-inch by 3.75-inch super twist LCD graphics with backlighting Output Signals: Analog Output:    Menu scalable from 0-20 ppb to 0-10...

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Dimensions: 12.2-inch (30.9cm) wide x 8.9-inch (22.7 cm) high x 10.0-inch (25.4 cm) deep approximate (with handle and gas fittings) Weight: 18 pounds (8.2 kg) (approximate) - with optional manual calibration system add 2 pounds (.9 kg) - with optional automated calibration system add 4 pounds (1.8 kg) Figure 1: PNT Oxygen Analyzer

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4 Installation and Setup This procedure describes installation of the analyzer without options and with the voltage output set to 0-10 VDC. Options may affect the setup procedure described in this section. If your analyzer is equipped with options, refer to the appropriate section to determine changes to the setup. NOTE The screens shown in this manual have values that may not match the actual values displayed during your setup. Figure 2: Major Internal Components

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4.1 Adding Electrolyte DANGER The electrolyte is a caustic solution. Review the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) before handling the electrolyte solution. NOTE The sensor is shipped dry and must be charged with electrolyte before it is operated. NOTE Use only Hummingbird Brand E-Lectrolyte Gold in the Platinum Series NanoTrace Oxygen Analyzer. (gold sensor cap) Failure to do so will void warranty. Install one bottle only. NOTE Do not apply power before adding electrolyte and thoroughly purging sample line. 4.1.1 Adding Electrolyte Procedure Follow this procedure to add electrolyte: 1....

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