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Warning If this instrument is used in a manner not specified by GE Analytical Instruments, the protection provided by the instrument may be impaired. Warning Consult the MSDS that accompanies each standards set and the reagents to identify proper disposal techniques.
Warning If you experience an issue with the printed circuit assembly (PCA) that contains a lithium battery, please contact GE Analytical instruments for return instructions. Whenever changing the lithium battery, observe the correct polarity. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions and local disposal requirements.
Advertencia La utilización de este instrumento de un modo no especificado por GE Analytical Instruments puede afectar la protección que brinda el instrumento. Advertencia Para conocer las técnicas apropiadas de desecho, consulte la hoja de datos de...
Nesse caso, pode ser necessário que o usuário tenha que tomar medidas para corrigir a interferência. Advertência Se o instrumento for usado de forma não especificada pela GE Analytical Instruments, a proteção fornecida pelo instrumento poderá ser prejudicada. Advertência Consulte as Especificações de segurança do material que acompanha cada...
Se você se deparar com um problema com as placas de circuitos impressos que contenha bateria de lítio, entre em contato com a GE Analytical Instruments para obter instruções para a devolução. Sempre que trocar a bateria de lítio, observe a polaridade correta.
Warnung Alle Arbeiten im Inneren des Analysators, einschließlich der Anbringung von Verschleißteilen, können zu Verletzungen führen. Um elektrische Schläge oder Verbrennungen zu vermeiden, schalten Sie den Analysator aus und ziehen Sie den Netzstecker, bevor Sie ihn öffnen. Seien Sie vorsichtig, wenn Sie elektrische Komponenten berühren.
Beeinflussung verursachen. In diesem Fall kann es sein, dass der Benutzer entsprechende Maßnahmen treffen muss, um diese Störung zu beheben. Warnung Wenn dieses Instrument auf eine nicht von GE Analytical Instruments festgelegte Weise verwendet wird, kann der durch das Instrument gewährleistete Schutz beeinträchtigt werden. Warnung Lesen Sie bitte die Anweisung zur richtigen Entsorgung in den Sicherheitsdatenblättern, die jedem Standardset und den Reagenzien beiliegen,...
électromagnétiques, auquel cas l'utilisateur peut être contraint de prendre les mesures adéquates pour y remédier. Avertissement Si cet instrument est utilisé d'une manière non spécifiée par GE Analytical Instruments, la protection offerte par l'instrument peut s'en trouver affaiblie. Avertissement Consulter les fiches techniques des substances dangereuses fournies avec chaque jeu de standards et avec les réactifs afin d'identifier les bonnes techniques de mise...
Avertissement Si un problème se présente avec l'ensemble du circuit imprimé (PCA) qui contient une batterie de lithium, contactez GE Analytical Instrument pour les instructions de renvoi. Lors du changement de batterie de lithium, observez la polarité correcte. Jetez les batteries usées selon les instructions du fabricant et les exigences locales de mise au rebut.
Chapter 1. Introduction The Sievers* InnovOx On-Line TOC Analyzer from GE Analytical Instruments is a high-sensitivity Analyzer used to measure the concentration of total organic carbon (TOC), non-purgeable organic carbon (NPOC), total carbon (TC), and inorganic carbon (IC) in water samples. The Analyzer uses supercritical water oxidation (SCWO) to measure a wide range of carbon concentrations in complex sample matrices, including those containing high concentrations of total dissolved solids (TDS) and particulates.
Chapter 2: System Description System Overview The Sievers InnovOx On-Line TOC Analyzer consists of eleven major modules (see Figure 1): Multistream module, which accommodates two or five sample streams, depending on the Analyzer configuration. It also includes a vial port, which is used to calibrate the Analyzer. The multistream module also includes a port through which a check standard can be measured.
NPOC, TC, or TOC readings. Contact GE Analytical Instruments at 303.444.2009 or 1 (888) 245.2595 for questions about specific applications. Technical support in the United Kingdom is available at 44 (0) 161 864 6800.
Chapter 4. Installation Overview This chapter provides installation instructions for the Sievers InnovOx On-Line TOC Analyzer and also includes information on the Analyzer design and function. An interior overview diagram is available in Chapter 8, "Maintenance." If you need additional assistance, contact GE Analytical Instruments Technical Support at 303.444-2009 or 888.245.2595, or in the United Kingdom at 44 (0) 161 866 9337.
To mount a Filter Panel on the Mounting Stand, attach the two Filter Panel brackets 30.5 cm apart, as shown in Figure 2. Further instructions for installation of the Filter Panel are provided in the GE InnovOx Filter Panel Operation and Maintenance Manual.
Step 7: Connecting to a Power Supply Installation of the Sievers InnovOx On-Line TOC Analyzer requires an external source of AC power connected to the enclosure using a watertight, grounded conductive conduit connector. A qualified electrician should make the electrical connections according to local Electrical Code.
Chapter 5. Calibration and Verification Overview Calibration of the Sievers InnovOx On-Line TOC Analyzer for NPOC, IC, TC and TOC (TC- IC) measurements is accomplished using standards that contain known concentrations of the form of carbon of interest. It is required that the InnovOx be calibrated for the specific mode that you will be running samples.
Calibration Group. Handling Standards GE Analytical Instruments recommends special handling of all standards to ensure proper preparation and analysis. Most standards are provided in 250 mL bottles. Before performing calibration or verification, standards solutions should be transferred into 40 mL vials for use with the Analyzer’s vial port. Additionally, observe the following practices: •...
Analyzer. When the Analyzer is first powered on, a startup screen appears with basic GE Analytical Instruments contact information and the firmware version number. The Analyzer then begins initialization to check the status of consumables and prepare for making measurements.
Use Sample Flushes to quickly reach steady-state response when the Analyzer will be switching from one stream to another and the two streams have very different concentrations. • If you have a GE InnovOx Filter Panel installed (ONLY), press the Blowback Pulses button to set the number of pulses.
Write down your passwords and store them in a safe place for future reference. If you have forgotten your password, you will need to contact GE to help unlock your Analyzer with the keycode that appears on the Login screen.
USB key. If you downloaded the upgrade files from the GE website, make sure that the files are saved in the proper folders on your USB key (:\InnovOx\Upgrade). After you install your USB key in the USB port, wait 15 seconds and then select the Upgrade button.
200 m. The InnovOx On-Line TOC Analyzer is designed to control up to five Filter Panels. Refer to the GE Filter Panel Operation and Maintenance Manual for instructions on the installation and setup of the Filter Panel.
Refer to Table 11 for the recommended consumables replacement schedule. Maintenance items MUST be purchased from GE Analytical Instruments. If you need additional assistance, contact GE Analytical Instruments Technical Support at 303. 444.2009 or 888.245.2595. Training is also available. Technical support in the United Kingdom is available at 44 (0) 161 866 9337.
Analyzer’s Main screen and on the Consumables screen. For this procedure, the Analyzer should be powered on. Contact GE Analytical Instruments at 303. 444.2009 or 800.255.2595 for a replacement kit. Technical support in the United Kingdom is available at 44 (0) 161 864 6800.
Wear eye protection and gloves when performing this task. The Sievers InnovOx Online TOC Analyzer has two high pressure valves (V4-R and V5-R). These valves are identified in Figure 54. Each valve contains a seal that wears over time. The seals should be replaced after one month of operation.
303.444.2009. Technical support in the United Kingdom is available at 44 (0) 161 866 9337. In other parts of the world, contact your local GE Analytical instruments representative. You can also visit the support tab on our website at www.geinstruments.com.
50 - Power Error on System/Controller Board Message: "Power error on System/Controller Board. Please power cycle the Analyzer. If the problem persists, export errors and contact GE Analytical Instruments for further instructions and analysis." Explanation: Replace the System/Controller Board. 150 - Software Control Error Message: "Software control error.
Explanation: Based on the history of usage, the Analyzer estimates that only two weeks of pinch valve tubing remains. The tubing must be replaced to protect the operation of the pinch valves. Order tubing from GE now to avoid down time and more costly failures of pinch valves.
Explanation: This is a failure to read information from the iButton. This information includes the serial number, family, and model. Possible reasons for failure include corrosion on iButton contacts, a gap between the iButton and system board contacts, or a component failure. Consult GE Analytical Instruments for further instructions on determining the root cause.
Explanation: Check that water is flowing in the sample cup and the inlet valve (if installed) is properly adjusted. If the problem persists, please export the errors and contact GE Analytical Instruments for further instructions. 6417 – Stream 2 Flow Error Message: “Stream 2 flow stopped.”...
Explanation: This error is associated with the creation of a .pdf file. If you are creating a .pdf from the Analyzer, shut down the Analyzer, power cycle and repeat. If the problem persists, contact GE Analytical Instruments for further instructions.‘...
Then, check the cable connections. You may be able to regain control of the unit by plugging a mouse into any of the USB port. If the problem persists please export the errors and contact GE Analytical Instruments for further instructions.”...
Explanation: An error has been found during writing to the data history portion of the flash memory card on the Analyzer’s System Controller Board. Archiving the Datastore manually may alleviate the issue. See “Archiving the Data History” on page 146 for instructions. If this error persists, please contact GE Analytical Instruments. 6433 – Sparger Gas Flow Error Message: “Go to the Diagnostics screen and run the Gas Valves test (V7-SH).
Message: “System either failed to detect an HP printer, or the printer is not currently supported. Please export the errors and diagnostics, and contact GE Analytical Instruments for further instructions.” Explanation: Please refer to Chapter 7 for a list of supported printers.
V1-R, V2-R, and V7-SH. Ensure the brass fittings on the gas manifold in the Gas Control Manifold are not leaking. Check gas connections leading to the NDIR end caps. If all of those items are correct, then contact GE Analytical Instruments for further information. •...
Returning the Analyzer to GE Analytical Instruments In some instances, after consulting with GE Analytical Instruments Technical Support, it may be necessary to return the Analyzer to the factory for repairs. Only return the Analyzer if Technical Support has issued you a Return Authorization (RA) number.
To prepare the Analyzer for shipping Before repackaging the Analyzer, prepare it for shipping. Warning If the Analyzer is returned in anything other than an GE Analytical Instruments shipping container, you will be charged for any damage that occurs during shipping.
Check Standard carboy should be refilled. It also automatically skips analysis of sample streams when flow stops. Flush The Sievers InnovOx Online TOC Analyzer can perform two types of flushes: Sample Flushes and Dilution Water Flushes. These are defined below. Sample Flush Sample Flushes should be performed only when there is a very large concentration difference between one sample and the next.
100 ppm if the 1,000 ppm range is selected. Reagent Water Reagent-grade water, having a TOC concentration less than 0.1 ppm. Sievers Reagent Water is available in 40 mL vials with a concentration of less than 0.05 ppm from GE Analytical Instruments. Rejects The number of initial measurements for a sample in the Grab, Check Standard, Calibration, or Verification mode that will be omitted from the Analyzer’s calculations.