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GE
Measurement & Control
Moisture
moisture.IQ
User's Guide
910-298 Rev. D
September 2015

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    Measurement & Control Moisture moisture.IQ User’s Guide 910-298 Rev. D September 2015...

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    Hygrometer User’s Guide 910-298 Rev. D September 2015 www.gemeasurement.com ©2015 General Electric Company. All rights reserved. Technical content subject to change without notice.

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  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    2.4 The Data Element Editor ................32 moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

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    5.3 Tagging the Inputs ..................66 moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

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    6.1 Setting Up moisture.IQ Communications........

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    C.2 Updating the moisture.IQ Module Firmware ........

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    If you do, serious injury can result. WARNING! Make sure that power to the auxiliary equipment is turned OFF and locked out before you perform maintenance procedures on the equipment. moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

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    Environmental Compliance Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive GE Measurement & Control Solutions is an active participant in Europe’s Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) take-back initiative, directive 2012/19/EU. The equipment that you bought has required the extraction and use of natural resources for its production. It may contain hazardous substances that could impact health and the environment.

  • Page 11: Chapter 1. Installation And Wiring

    This section contains information and instructions for installing the moisture.IQ into a process system, while taking into account all of the above factors. The following section describes how to set up and connect the moisture.IQ. If you have questions about the installation procedures, contact our technical support department. See the rear cover of this manual for contact information.

  • Page 12: Choosing An Installation Site

    Observe all normal safety precautions. Use the probes within their maximum pressure and temperature ratings. • Although the moisture.IQ may not need to be accessed during normal operation, install the electronics unit at a convenient location for programming, testing and servicing. A control room or instrument shed are typical locations.

  • Page 13: Moisture Probe Considerations

    It will also perform well under gas flow conditions as high as 10,000 cm/sec and liquid flow conditions up to 10 cm/sec. Refer to GE document #916-064, Basic GE Sensing Hygrometry Principles, for maximum flow rates in gases and liquids.

  • Page 14: Pressure Range

    The sensor will operate properly in a multitude of gaseous or non-conductive liquid environments. 1.5.7 Corrosive Materials Avoid all materials that are corrosive or otherwise damaging to aluminum or aluminum oxide. These include strongly acidic or basic materials and primary amines. moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 15: Sample System Guidelines

    The purpose of a sample system is to condition or control a sample stream to within the specifications of a probe. The application requirements determine the design of the sample system. GE applications engineers will make recommendations based on the following general guidelines.

  • Page 16: Oxygen Sample Systems

    Chapter 1. Installation and Wiring 1.6.2 Oxygen Sample Systems Oxygen sample systems are required and can be ordered from GE for bench or wall mounting. You can also build your own sample system by using the following guidelines. IMPORTANT: The GE warranty will be voided if the sample system does not have a relief valve.

  • Page 17: Mounting The Hygrometer System

    1.7.2 Mounting a Sample System GE sample systems are normally fastened to a metal plate that has four mounting holes. GE can also provide the sample system in an enclosure, if requested. In either case, fasten the sample system plate or enclosure with bolts in the mounting holes at each of the four corners.

  • Page 18: Mounting The Oxygen Cell

    Sample 1.23 (149.9) (31.2) inlet 2.05 (52.1) 0.55 (14.0) Sample outlet 2.80 (71.1) 0.37 (9.4) CONN TEMPERATURE SENSOR 0.25 (6.4) 2.10 1.05 (26.7) (53.3) CONN 5.00 (127.0 MAX) 0.62 1.50 (15.8) (38.1) Figure 3: Oxygen Cell Dimensions moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 19: Installing The Probes

    Screw the probe into cell, making sure not to cross thread it, and tighten it securely. Figure 4 below shows a typical moisture probe installation, with the probe mounted in a GE sample cell. Install any moisture probes with different fittings in the appropriate manner.

  • Page 20: Adapting An Existing Tf-series Probe Cable

    2. Replace the probe with an probe. MISP2 3. Using GE adapter cable 704-1362-00, shown in Figure 5 above, connect one end of the cable to the TF-Series probe and connect the other end to the existing cable connector. TF-Series TF-Series 4.

  • Page 21: Adapting An Existing M-series Probe Cable

    M-Series MISP2 2. Replace the probe with an probe. MISP2 3. Using GE adapter cable 704-1649-00, connect one end of the cable to the probe and connect the other M-Series end to the existing cable connector. M-Series M-Series 4.

  • Page 22: Pressure Sensors

    1.8.5 Delta F Oxygen Cell Although the moisture.IQ accepts other oxygen devices as auxiliary inputs, it is designed to accept oxygen inputs directly from the Delta F Oxygen Cell. There are three steps for installing the Delta F Oxygen Cell: 1.

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    Make sure the venting system does not create a back pressure on the oxygen cell. Note: The vented sample will not be corrosive if you install and operate the cell properly. moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 24: Making Electrical Connections

    WARNING! The stainless steel Weatherproof enclosure must be grounded. To open a Weatherproof moisture.IQ unit, use a large, flat-bladed screwdriver to turn the latch on the enclosure cover. To open an Explosion-Proof moisture.IQ unit, remove all 24 bolts from around the periphery of the enclosure cover. Do not open an Explosion-Proof moisture.IQ unit that is energized.

  • Page 25: Using The Lever To Make Wiring Connections

    Proper connections and cabling are extremely important for accurate measurement. Use the correct cable type for each probe and make sure the cables are not damaged during installation. See the sections which follow for specific connection instructions. moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 26: Connecting The Input Power

    1.9.3 Connecting Moisture Probes The moisture.IQ uses M-Series and Moisture Image Series probes to measure moisture. If you need to connect a different probe type, please contact our technical support department. If you ordered one or more M-Series probes with the moisture.IQ, GE has entered the necessary probe setup data on a pre-assigned channel.

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    (approximately 1/8 of a turn). Wire the probe cable per the wiring diagram in Figure 12 below. The M-Series terminal block on the back panel of the moisture.IQ (see Figure 13 on page 18) also notes the corresponding color from the probe cable. M-SERIES...

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    “The Probe Configuration Screen” on page 58. WARNING! The M-Series probe may not be capable of withstanding the 500V insulation rating. This must be taken into account in any installation in which it is used. moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

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    MISP Connect the Moisture Image Series probes ( ) to the moisture.IQ using the cable provided. You can locate a Moisture Image Series probe up to 915 m (3000 ft) from the electronics unit. Before making any electrical connections, you must assemble the probe. A Moisture Image Series probe may be...

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    After you complete the Moisture Image Series probe connections, you must activate the probe on the installed channel as described in “The Probe Configuration Screen” on page 58. MISP 1 or MISP 2 Figure 17: MIS Probe Cable Wiring Diagram moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 31: Connecting The Delta F Oxygen Cell

    22 AWG conductors for use with Delta F Oxygen cells. Note: Cable with 16 AWG conductors is the largest cable size that can be easily installed into the moisture.IQ terminal blocks and the Delta F sensor terminal posts.

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    Note: For moisture.IQ Fiberglass Weatherproof installation with optional Delta F sensors, clamp a ferrite bead GE P/N 222-031 to each Delta F cable on the inside of the enclosure. OXYGEN...

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    Refer to Figure 18 on page 22 and Table 2 below for the required connections. IMPORTANT: To maintain good contact at each terminal block and to avoid damaging the pins on the connector, pull the connector straight off (not at an angle), make cable connections while the connector is away from the unit, and push the connector straight on (not at an angle) when the wiring is complete.

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    OXYGEN enclosure. Connect the other end of the cable to the terminal block on the back of the moisture.IQ. Refer to Figure 18 on page 22 and Table 3 below for the required connections. Table 3: Weatherproof Delta F Oxygen Cell Connections To Delta F Enclosure To moisture.IQ OXYGEN...

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    Feed the cable wires through one of the cable ports in the side of the explosion-proof enclosure. Refer to Figure 18 on page 22 and Table 4 below for the required connections.

  • Page 36: Establishing A Gas Flow Through The Oxygen Cell

    Trace and low percent range sensors may be damaged if exposed to high levels of oxygen, such as air, for long periods (>1 hour) while the moisture.IQ is in operation. If exposure is unavoidable, either disconnect the oxygen cell from the moisture.IQ or equip the sample system with a valve that allows the cell to be switched to a purge gas.

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    2.0 – 2.5 SCFH Flow Control Electrolyte Sample Valve Reservoir Gas In Oxygen Cell Sample Gas Out Relief Valve Assembly Flowmeter Vent Sample Gas Outlet and Relief Valve should vent to atmosphere. Figure 22: Gas Flow Schematic moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 38: Connecting An Auxiliary Device

    1.11 Connecting an Auxiliary Device moisture.IQ can power an auxiliary device (such as a loop power transmitter) in which the connection is +24V to Aux 1 or 2. For external power devices with output directly connected to the auxiliary device, you can use aux 1 or 2 with...

  • Page 39: Connecting Analog Outputs

    1.12 Connecting Analog Outputs The moisture.IQ has two Analog Outputs per channel. Connect the outputs to the terminal blocks, labeled REC A and REC B. See Figure 23 for the terminal block location and Figure 25 for the wiring diagram. Make connections for recorders using Table 5.

  • Page 40: Connecting Alarms

    Note: Customers must provide their own cables for connecting alarm relays. Acceptable cables range from 12 to 24 AWG. The moisture.IQ has one fault alarm relay and two high/low alarm relays per channel. Each alarm relay is a single-pole, double-throw contact set that contains the following contacts: •...

  • Page 41: Chapter 2. Operation

    1. A black screen with a large GE monogram in the center. 2. A black screen with a GE monogram and the “moisture.IQ” name, along with a blue progress bar along the right edge of the screen.

  • Page 42: The Help Button

    Chapter 2. Operation 2.3 The Help Button In the main menu on the right side of the measurement display screen and on every other moisture.IQ programming Help screen, a button is available to provide the user with detailed information on that specific screen or menu option.

  • Page 43: Initial Setup

    After your initial setup is complete, these same menus can be used to program the moisture.IQ with your personal preferences and to reconfigure the unit whenever there are any changes in your system.

  • Page 44: Restarting The System

    Chapter 2. Operation 2.6 Restarting the System To restart the moisture.IQ, complete the following steps: 1. Tap the Settings Menu button on the right side of the touch screen. Restart 2. Tap the button in the Service section of the touch screen.

  • Page 45: Shutting Down The System

    4. After the message “It is now safe to shut down the unit” is displayed on the touch screen, use the power switch at the lower left corner of the back panel to shut down the moisture.IQ. Figure 31: Shut Down Confirmation Screen...

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  • Page 47: Chapter 3. Using The Settings Menu

    Chapter 3. Using the Settings Menu 3.1 Introduction After completing the installation of your moisture.IQ system (see Chapter 1) and powering up the system (see Chapter 2), you must configure the moisture.IQ before reliable data can be collected. The Settings menu is used to configure the display and to program the desired system settings. Use the menu map in...

  • Page 48: Display Settings

    The blue indicator bar on the slider indicates the current setting location. • Check Cancel After completing your settings, either tap the button to save your changes, or tap the button to discard the changes and keep the original settings. moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 49: System Settings

    Chapter 3. Using the Settings Menu 3.3 System Settings The System Settings menu (see Figure 35 below) allows you to configure the global moisture.IQ settings. Figure 35: The System Settings Screen • Serial Number The system is displayed as a read-only value at the top of the screen.

  • Page 50: File Manager

    Chapter 3. Using the Settings Menu 3.4 File Manager The File Manager menu (see Figure 36 below) enables you to view and manage any files stored in the moisture.IQ moistureIQ.xml memory or in a connected USB drive. The most current site file is always named , while the previous moistureIQ.xml.backup...

  • Page 51: Screen Alignment (weatherproof And Explosion-proof)

    3.5 Screen Alignment (Weatherproof and Explosion-Proof) The Screen Alignment feature is enabled for Weatherproof and Explosion-Proof versions of the moisture.IQ. This feature allows the user to calibrate the LCD screen to their touch and angles of usage to optimize touch screen performance.

  • Page 52: Screen Configuration (weatherproof And Explosion-proof)

    3.6 Screen Configuration (Weatherproof and Explosion-Proof) The Screen Configuration feature is enabled for Explosion-Proof and Weatherproof versions of the moisture.IQ. This feature allows the user to increase or decrease the touch screen's sensitivity based on the thickness of the protective window.

  • Page 53: Notifications Setup

    Chapter 3. Using the Settings Menu 3.7 Notifications Setup The Notifications Setup menu (see Figure 39 below) allows you to specify how often the moisture.IQ will display calibration reminders. Figure 39: The Notifications Setup Screen • Calibration Reminder None, Tap the...

  • Page 54: Fault Alarm Setup

    Chapter 3. Using the Settings Menu 3.8 Fault Alarm Setup The Fault Alarm Setup menu (see Figure 40 below) allows you to specify how the moisture.IQ dedicated fault alarm relay responds to a fault condition and it lists the source of any current fault conditions.

  • Page 55: Module Setup

    • When an external USB drive containing a sensor module firmware update file is connected to the moisture.IQ, Update Firmware Module button is enabled. To update the sensor module firmware, tap the...

  • Page 56: Service Menu Options

    3.10 Service Menu Options This menu includes the three options described below. 3.10.1 Software Update Software Update When an external USB drive containing a moisture.IQ software update file is connected, the button will be enabled. Proceed as follows: Software Update 1.

  • Page 57: Chapter 4. Using The Outputs, Alarms And Logger Menus

    Note: An active output is indicated by a “Play” symbol, and the alarm selected for editing is highlighted in yellow. A dashed border around an output indicates that the channel is not installed. The moisture.IQ features two isolated analog outputs (A and B) for each of its six channels. To configure these outputs, Outputs...

  • Page 58: Testing The Selected Output

    Chapter 4. Using the Outputs, Alarms and Logger Menus 4.1.2 Testing the Selected Output Make sure the output device is connected to the moisture.IQ as described in Chapter 1 and complete the following steps to test the output: Channel (1-6)

  • Page 59: Trimming The Selected Output

    “Testing the Selected Output” on page 48. Note: The 0% of full scale value is: 1 mA for a 0-20 mA scale, 4 mA for a 4-20 mA scale or 0.1 V for a 0-2 V scale. moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 60: Setting The Output Range Error Response

    For example, if a dew point measurement is , then moisture in ppMv will Over Range. also be If multiple Range Errors occur simultaneously, the moisture.IQ responds to them in the following Oxygen Errors Moisture Errors Temperature Errors Pressure Errors.

  • Page 61: Setting Up The Alarms

    Note: An active alarm is indicated by a “Play” symbol, and the alarm selected for editing is highlighted in yellow. The moisture.IQ features two optional alarms (A and B) for each of its six channels. To configure these alarms, refer to...

  • Page 62: Testing The Selected Alarm

    Reset 3. Tap the button to reset the alarm and verify that the alarm has been reset. Exit 4. After you have finished testing the alarm, tap the button to return to the Alarm Selection screen. moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 63: Setting The Alarm Range Error Response

    For example, if a dew point measurement is , then moisture in ppMv will Over Range. also be If multiple Range Errors occur simultaneously, the moisture.IQ responds to them in the following Oxygen Errors Moisture Errors Temperature Errors Pressure Errors.

  • Page 64: Setting Up And Running Logs

    Tap this button to resume a paused log or to start a new log. • Transfer Log button is used to move a highlighted log file from the internal moisture.IQ memory to a Transfer Log connected USB drive. Tap the button and follow the instructions.

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    After you have finished configuring your log data, tap the button to return to the Log Creator screen Return above. Then, tap the button again to return to the Logger Setup screen. Start When you are ready, tap the button to begin running the new log. moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

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  • Page 67: Chapter 5. Using The Configuration Menu

    In addition, if you want to use a constant value rather than a live input, or if you want to apply a user function, you must program the moisture.IQ accordingly. If you do not activate the probes, or...

  • Page 68: The Probe Configuration Screen

    [see “Configuring Delta F Oxygen Sensor Probes” on page 61 for details.] • Aux 1 Volts (current), (voltage) • Aux 2 Volts (current), (voltage) IMPORTANT: Activating probes that are not physically connected to the meter will result in error messages and slow performance. moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

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    Vapor Pressure mmHg MH = MH* (Diagnostic Mode) FH = FH* (Diagnostic Mode) Temperature °C = Degrees Celsius (default) Temperature °C °F = Degrees Fahrenheit Temperature °F Kelvin = Kelvin Temperature °R = Degrees Rankine Temperature °R moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

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    Scaled = scale defined by the user in the calibration menu Aux1 Scaled User Func1-6 = User defined functions for each channel *The MH, FH and FP values are the moisture sensors’ response values and are the values that are recorded during calibration. moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 71: Configuring Delta F Oxygen Sensor Probes

    To properly configure your Delta F Sensor probe, use the information found on the label affixed to the sensor body. Figure 55 below shows a sample label for a sensor type. Figure 55: Sample Delta F Probe Label moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 72: Calibrating Individual Channels

    The system will check for an active AutoCal before proceeding. The status should read “Connect probe to channel X, then click Read”. Connect your low value dummy probe to the M-Series input on the corresponding channel of the moisture.IQ module. Read 5.

  • Page 73: Setting The Probe Auto-cal Schedule

    Figure 57: Set Auto-Cal Interval Screen 2. Enter the desired number of hours (1 - 730) between Auto-Cal runs. Save Cancel 3. Tap the button to enter the new value into the moisture.IQ, or tap the button to retain the previous value. moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 74: Calibrating The Probes

    5.2.2 Entering Calibration Data Manually Be sure you have the Calibration Data Sheets that are supplied with each GE probe. Each Calibration Data Sheet consists of a list of data points that must be entered or verified. Each Calibration Data Sheet lists the corresponding probe serial number, as well as the preassigned channel number.

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    - Use this button along with the button to organize the rows in the table as desired. Return 5. After you have finished entering your probe calibration data, tap the button to return to the Configuration Menu. moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 76: Tagging The Inputs

    Chapter 5. Using the Configuration Menu 5.3 Tagging the Inputs The moisture.IQ enables users to assign tags to customize the display of the input parameters. The instrument accepts a separate 9-character label for each input. To tag inputs, complete the following steps:...

  • Page 77: Entering User Information

    Configuration Menu screen (see Figure 52 on page 57) to open the User Function Setup screen (see Figure 60 below). Figure 60: User Function Setup Screen Channel 2. Tap the button to select the channel where the function will be applied. moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

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    ( Valid Range 7. Tap the text boxes to enter the for the function in digits from the keypad. Return 8. After the functions has been defined, tap the button to return to the Configuration Menu. moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 79: Entering User-defined Tables

    Chapter 5. Using the Configuration Menu 5.4.2 Entering User-Defined Tables Table A To support user-defined functions, the moisture.IQ allows up to six user-defined tables (designated as through Table F ) of non-linear or empirical data. Up to 10 pairs can be entered in each table. If a user function inputs an value, the meter interpolates the corresponding value and outputs that value to the function.

  • Page 80: Entering User Constants

    The specified values will then be used as a constant multiplier for that measurement type in all future meter calculations. IMPORTANT: Before the moisture.IQ can use the constants entered above, the probe type on the specified channel must Constant Value (kH, kT or kP) be properly configured for , as described in “The Probe Configuration...

  • Page 81: Entering Saturation Constants

    In other words, . To calculate ppmw moisture values for an organic liquid with the moisture.IQ, saturation values ( ), as a function of temperature, must be entered in the Cs Table shown in Figure 64 below.

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    After all of the data has been entered, tap the button to be sure the data points are arranged in ascending Check Return order of Temp C values. Then, tap the button to save the table and tap the button to return to the Configuration Menu. moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 83: Chapter 6. Setting Up Communications

    Chapter 6. Setting Up Communications 6.1 Setting Up moisture.IQ Communications Comms section of the Configuration Menu is used to set up all communications for the moisture.IQ (see Figure 79 on page 110). It includes the following options: • Serial Port (see “Configuring the Serial Port” below) •...

  • Page 84: Configuring The Modbus Connection

    Note: For RS-485 wiring, refer to Figure 83 on page 114. 6.3 Configuring the Modbus Connection To configure the moisture.IQ Modbus connection, complete the following steps: Modbus 1. From the Configuration Menu screen (see Figure 52 on page 57), tap the button to open a Modbus Setup screen similar to Figure 68 below.

  • Page 85: Connecting To An Ethernet Lan

    WARNING! The Ethernet capability provided in the moisture.IQ is designed for use on a limited-access Local Area Network (LAN) protected by a suitable firewall. It should not be operated if exposed to the Internet or other unmanaged Wide Area Network (WAN).

  • Page 86: Capabilities Of The Ethernet Connection

    Note: Both the Web Server and the VNC Server are disabled by default. Access to the web server requires a user name and password. The moisture.IQ provides two accounts for configuration and general administration. Up to three additional accounts can be created for use as needed. Each account has a set of permissions that can be configured to limit network access to moisture.IQ features.

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    Ethernet option. This account should be used only by Admin experienced network administrators. Misuse of the account could prevent connection to the moisture.IQ, enable unauthorized access to the moisture.IQ or possibly expose the network to unauthorized users. Admin The default login credentials for the account are: •...

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    CAUTION! Record the new Admin password immediately and keep it in a safe and secure location. It is NOT POSSIBLE to obtain a lost or forgotten Admin password! moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

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    Chapter 6. Setting Up Communications 6.4.2b The Operator Account Operator Operator account is provided to for day-to-day management of the moisture.IQ. By default, the has all Admin Operator the same privileges as the , but cannot create or modify other accounts. The account allows the user to: •...

  • Page 90: Configuring A Vnc Connection

    5900 Enabled connection opens (user-configurable) when Note: The moisture.IQ system cycle time may be increased by usage. A Virtual Network Console ( ) connection allows remote access to the moiture.IQ by replicating the touchscreen on a PC monitor, tablet or smart phone. To configure a connection, complete the following steps: 1.

  • Page 91: Configuring The Web Server

    Port 80 Enabled The Web Server opens when it is The moisture.IQ can be remotely accessed using a web browser by enabling the Web Server. To configure the Server , complete the following steps: Web Server 1. From the Configuration Menu screen (see Figure 52 on page 57), tap the button to open a Web Server Setup screen similar to Figure 73 below.

  • Page 92: User Management Operations

    6.7 User Management Operations User Management option allows you to set up and control access to the moisture.IQ for Web Server and VNC users (see previous sections). Tap the button for the designated communication option to enter parameters. to use this option,...

  • Page 93: Setting Up A Remote Connection To A Pc

    PC monitor. 7. You can now control the moisture.IQ remotely by using your mouse to click on the display buttons. Note that keyboard input from the PC is not accepted by the moisture.IQ.

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  • Page 95: Chapter 7. Maintenance

    7.1 Delta F Oxygen Cell Electrolyte As a result of operating the moisture.IQ, particularly when monitoring dry gases, there may be a gradual loss of water from the electrolyte. The electrolyte level should be checked at regular intervals to ensure that the cell is always operating properly.

  • Page 96: Checking The Electrolyte Level

    Figure 75 below. When the Delta F Oxygen Cell connections are made to the moisture.IQ, the analyzer can detect the electrolyte level and indicate when it is low. When the electrolyte level is low, all oxygen readings are highlighted in amber and an “Oxygen Fluid Low”...

  • Page 97: Replacing And Recalibrating Moisture Probes

    However, you should verify that the calibration data entered at the factory is correct (see “The Probe Configuration Screen” on page 58). If you sent only the sensor part of the original Moisture Image Series probe to GE (without the module), you must enter the calibration data manually.

  • Page 98: Checking The Oxygen Cell Calibration

    To perform this calibration check you must have a calibration gas with a known PPMv value and a sample system with a calibration gas inlet valve. Proceed as follows: Note: GE recommends a span calibration gas be 80-100% of the span of the sensor’s overall range in a background of nitrogen (e.g., 80-100 PPM O...

  • Page 99: Delta F Oxygen Cell Background Gas Correction Factors

    If this oxygen cell is used in a background gas other than nitrogen, you must enter the gas’s correction factor, as listed in Table 10 on page 90. Then, the moisture.IQ will apply the appropriate correction to the measured oxygen signal.

  • Page 100: Entering The Background Gas Correction Factor

    0.70 0.65 0.61 0.78 Krypton (Kr) 0.83 0.79 0.76 0.88 Sulfur Hexaflouride (SF 0.54 0.49 0.44 0.64 Freon 318 (C 0.39 0.34 0.30 0.49 Tetrafluoromethane (CF 0.62 0.57 0.52 0.71 Carbon Monoxide (CO) 0.99 0.99 0.98 0.99 moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 101: Chapter 8. Troubleshooting

    Common Problems (see “Common Problems” on page 93) 8.1 Screen Messages The moisture.IQ has several screen messages that may display during operation. Refer to Table 11 below for a list of these messages and the possible causes. Table 11: Screen Messages and the Possible Causes...

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    50.) Chapter 4. example, change ppb to ppm. Refer to page 58. If measurement is not expected to be above scale, send probe to GE for evaluation. ”Mode” Fault! – “Mode” is The input signal from the probe Alarms and outputs respond as...

  • Page 103: Common Problems

    Chapter 8. Troubleshooting 8.2 Common Problems If the moisture.IQ measurement readings seem strange or do not make sense, there may be a problem with the probe or the process system. Table 12 below contains some of the most common measurement problems.

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    Non-conductive material is Clean the sensor and the sensor shield as described in (lowest) trapped under contact arm of document 916-064, Basic GE Sensing Hygrometry programmed sensor. Principles. Then reinstall the sensor. If the low reading moisture persists, return the probe to the factory for evaluation.

  • Page 105: Chapter 9. Specifications

    Explosion-Proof: 590.6 x 590.6 x 304.8 mm (23.25 x 23.25 x 12.0 in.); 113.6 kg (250 lb); IP 66; NEMA 4X Note: For details, see GE drawing 712-1889 in the Certification and Safety Statements at the end of this manual.

  • Page 106: Moisture Measurement

    Chapter 9. Specifications 9.2 Moisture Measurement 9.2.1 Type GE Moisture Image Series and M-Series thin-film aluminum oxide probes. 9.2.2 Calibration Ranges (Dew/Frost Point) • Standard: +10°C to -80°C (+50°F to -112°F) with data from +20°C to -110°C (+68°F to -166°F) •...

  • Page 107: Temperature Measurement

    100 to 1000 psig • 300 to 3000 psig • 500 to 5000 psig 9.4.3 Accuracy ±1% of full scale 9.4.4 Pressure Rating Three times the span of the available range, to a maximum of 7500 psig (518 bar) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 108: Oxygen Measurement

    • 0 to 5% • 0 to 10% • 0 to 25% 9.5.3 Accuracy • ±1% full scale (ranges >0-2.5 PPM • ±5% full scale (ranges <0-2.5 PPM 9.5.4 Pressure Rating 0.2 to 1 psig (0.07 bar) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 109: General Specifications

    Occurs on power up and at user-selectable time intervals 9.6.6 Warm-up Time Meets specified accuracy within 5 minutes of turn-on 9.6.7 Data Logging Up to six simultaneous logs per storage device, with up to 16 parameters each, stored in 4 GB Micro SDHC moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 110: Output Specifications

    The relay contacts can be set to trip at any numerical level within the range of the instrument. 9.7.5 Output Updating The microprocessor samples, processes data, and calculates values for each channel sequentially. The minimum update time is 1 second depending on configuration and mode. Channels are updated sequentially. moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 111: Input Specifications

    Thermistor (optionally supplied as part of the moisture probe assembly). 9.8.5 Pressure Transmitter A pressure transducer is optionally available for Moisture Image Series probes. GE P40, P40X, or equivalent 4-20 mA, current-transmitting, pressure transducer; scale factors are entered as part of the user-program sequence.

  • Page 112

    Accuracy: ±0.5°C overall 9.9.1j Built-in Pressure Sensor (optional) Type: Solid state/piezoresistive Available Ranges: 30 to 300 psig 50 to 500 psig 100 to 1000 psig 300 to 3000 psig 500 to 5000 psig Accuracy: ±1% of span moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 113

    Type: Non-linear thermistor Range: -30°C to +70°C (-22°F to +158°F) Accuracy: ±0.5°C (± 0.33°F) overall Response Time: Maximum 1 second in well stirred oil, 10 seconds in still air for a 63% step change in increasing or decreasing temperature moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 114

    +/- 3% of reading or 50 ppm Sensitivity Less than 5 ppb (0 to 500 ppbv range) Response Time • Fast response to O change • Equilibrium time is application specific Ambient Temperature 32°F to 120.02°F (0°C to 49°C) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 115

    • US/CAN Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, D, T4 European Compliance ® Complies with EMC Directive 2004/108/EC when connected to a moisture.IQ, Moisture Image Series 1, ® Moisture Image Series 2 or Moisture Monitor™ Series 3 analyzer...

  • Page 116

    Chapter 9. Specifications [no content intended for this page] moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 117: Appendix A. Menu Maps

    Serial Number Thickness Data Date Format X Axis Flipped Time Time Format Y Axis Flipped In Case of Fault Number Format [for channels 1-6] Service Software Update Restart Shut Down Yes/No? Figure 76: The Settings Menu Map moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 118: The Outputs, Alarms And Logger Menu Map

    Unit Type Upper Lower Logger Setup Create Log Transfer Log Sort By Pause Delete Log Log Information View Log Clone Log Context-Sensitive Help Help* [*available on all screens] Figure 77: The Outputs, Alarms and Logger Menu Map moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 119: The Configuration>probe & User Menu Maps

    Clear All Insert Row Remove Row Table Sort Copy Channel Hygro k x ppmv Copy Function Label Edit Value Paste Temperature O2 Back. Corr. Paste Insert Row Pressure Remove Row Figure 78: The Configuration>Probe & User Menu Maps moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 120: The Configuration>comms Menu Map

    Stop Bits Log In RTU/TCP Web Server Slave Address/Port Port Lan Access MAC Address VNC Server IP Address 0.0.0.0 Listen on Port Subnet Gateway Password Show/Hide Parity Accept Conn. From Alternate DNS Figure 79: The Configuration>Comms Menu Map moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 121: Appendix B. Wiring Diagrams

    Appendix B. Wiring Diagrams Appendix B. Wiring Diagrams B.1 Terminal Blocks Figure 80: moisture.IQ Wiring — Terminal Blocks and Rear View (Dwg. 702-1542B, SH 1) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 122: Rear View Channel Configurations

    Appendix B. Wiring Diagrams B.2 Rear View Channel Configurations Figure 81: moisture.IQ Wiring — Rear View Channel Configuration (Dwg. 702-1542B, SH 2) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 123: Power Wiring

    Appendix B. Wiring Diagrams B.3 Power Wiring Figure 82: moisture.IQ Wiring — Power Wiring (Dwg. 702-1542B, SH 3) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 124: Wiring

    Appendix B. Wiring Diagrams B.4 RS-485 Wiring Pin 5: Ground Pin 2: Inverting (-) RS-485 Half-Duplex Pin 8: Non-Inverting (+) RS-485 Half-Duplex Figure 83: RS-485 Wiring moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 125: Appendix C. Updating The Moisture.iq Firmware

    2. Load the updated firmware into the folder on the USB flash drive. 3. Plug the USB flash drive (with the software update) into the moisture.IQ (see Figure 84 for Rack/Bench/Panel Mount, Figure 85 for Weatherproof/Explosion-Proof). Figure 84: USB Flash Drive Plugged into Rear of Chassis Figure 85: USB Flash Drive Plugged into Chassis Inside the Door moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 126

    Appendix C. Updating the moisture.IQ Firmware Updating the Chassis Firmware (cont.) Settings 4. From the main screen, tap the button (see Figure 86 below). Figure 86: Settings Button on the Main Screen Service Software Update Software Update 5. In the section (see Figure 87 below), tap the button.

  • Page 127

    Appendix C. Updating the moisture.IQ Firmware Updating the Chassis Firmware (cont.) 6. The moisture.IQ prompts you to confirm you want to update the software (see Figure 88 below). Tap the button. Figure 88: Update Confirmation Updating the software will take a few minutes, and the screen shown in Figure 89 below is open during the update.

  • Page 128

    Appendix C. Updating the moisture.IQ Firmware Updating the Chassis Firmware (cont.) 7. After the software update is complete, the meter prompts you to restart the meter (see Figure 90 below). Tap Restart button to reboot the moisture.IQ. Figure 90: Restart Screen The unit will reboot with the updated firmware.

  • Page 129: Updating The Moisture.iq Module Firmware

    1. Load the updated firmware into the folder on the USB flash drive. 2. Plug the USB flash drive (with the software update) into the moisture.IQ (see Figure 91 for Rack/Bench/Panel Mount, Figure 92 for Weatherproof/Explosion-Proof.). Figure 91: USB Flash Drive Plugged into Rear of Chassis Figure 92: USB Flash Drive Plugged into Chassis Inside the Door moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 130

    Appendix C. Updating the moisture.IQ Firmware Updating the moisture.IQ Module Firmware (cont.) Settings 3. From the main screen, tap the button (see Figure 93 below). Figure 93: Settings Button on the Main Screen Setup Module 4. In the section, tap the button (see Figure 94 below).

  • Page 131

    USB flash drive is properly plugged into the USB port. Figure 95: Module Selection Update Firmware 6. Tap the button, and the moisture.IQ prompts you to confirm that you want to update the module firmware (see Figure 96 below). Tap the button. Figure 96: Confirmation Screen...

  • Page 132

    Appendix C. Updating the moisture.IQ Firmware Updating the moisture.IQ Module Firmware (cont.) Updating the software will take a few minutes, and the screen shown in Figure 97 below is open during the update. [no content intended for this page] Figure 97: Installing the Firmware Exit 7.

  • Page 133

    Appendix C. Updating the moisture.IQ Firmware Updating the moisture.IQ Module Firmware (cont.) The Module Setup screen now displays the updated version of the firmware (see Figure 99 below). Figure 99: Module with Updated Firmware moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 134

    Appendix C. Updating the moisture.IQ Firmware [no content intended for this page] moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 135: Appendix D. Modbus Register Map

    Code --- 0 = off, others see tab Type 2126 32-bit Integer Read Holding 1 = 4-20 mA, (0x03) 2 = 0-20 mA, 3 = 0-2 volts Zero 2128 32-bit float Read Holding (0x03) Span 2130 32-bit float Read Holding (0x03) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 136

    Read Holding Measurement/Unit (0x03) Code 0 = off, others see tab Type 2306 32-bit Integer Read Holding 1 = 4-20 mA, 2 = 0-20 (0x03) mA, 3 = 0-2 volts Zero 2308 32-bit float Read Holding (0x03) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 137

    (0x03) enabled, force output to value State 2422 32-bit Integer Read Holding 2 = TEST MODE, (0x03) All else = run mode Units 2424 32-bit Integer Read Holding Measurement/Unit (0x03) Code 0 = off, others see tab moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 138

    Channel 6 / Output (percent 2612 32-bit float Read Holding When TEST MODE Output A of scale) (0x03) enabled, force output to value State 2602 32-bit Integer Read Holding 2 = TEST MODE, (0x03) All else = run mode moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 139

    (0x03) Code 0 = off, others see tab Type 3106 32-bit Integer Read Holding 1 = Setpoint, (0x03) 2 = In Band, 3 = Out Band Lower Setpoint 3108 32-bit float Read Holding (0x03), Write Multiple (0x10) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 140

    3208 32-bit float Read Holding (0x03), Write Multiple (0x10) Upper Setpoint 3210 32-bit float Read Holding (0x03), Write Multiple (0x10) Channel 2 / Status 3220 32-bit Integer Read Input 1 = Energized Alarm B (0x04) 0 = De-energized moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 141

    1 = Energized Alarm B (0x04) 0 = De-energized State 3322 32-bit Integer Read Holding 0 = Disabled, (0x04) 1 = Enabled Units 3324 32-bit Integer Read Holding Measurement/Unit (0x03) Code 0 = off, others see tab moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 142

    (0x03) Code 0 = off, others see tab Type 3426 32-bit Integer Read Holding 1 = Setpoint, (0x03) 2 = In Band, 3 = Out Band Lower Setpoint 3428 32-bit float Read Holding (0x03), Write Multiple (0x10) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 143

    3528 32-bit float Read Holding (0x03), Write Multiple (0x10) Upper Setpoint 3530 32-bit float Read Holding (0x03), Write Multiple (0x10) Channel 6 / Status 3600 32-bit Integer Read Input 1 = Energized Alarm A (0x04) 0 = De-energized moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 144

    Read Holding (0x03), Write Multiple (0x10) 5000 Block Measurement Read Block Read 5000 32-bit float Read Input 2-32 Returns 1-16 Measurements (0x04) measurements Block Read Unit 5000 32-bit Integer Read Holding 2-32 Returns 1-16 Unit Codes (0x03) Codes moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 145

    Read Input mg/m^3 (0x04) Hygro - Vapor 5128 32-bit float Read Input Pressure (kPa) (0x04) Hygro - Vapor 5130 32-bit float Read Input Pressure (mm (0x04) Hygro - MH / FH 5132 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 146

    (0x04) Pressure - FP 5166 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) Oxygen - PPM 5170 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) Oxygen - PPB 5172 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) Oxygen - 5174 32-bit float Read Input Percent (0x04) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 147

    5216 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) Hygro - 5218 32-bit float Read Input Lbs/MMSCF (0x04) (ideal gas) Hygro - 5220 32-bit float Read Input Lbs/MMSCF (0x04) (natural gas) Hygro - PPMv 5222 32-bit float Read Input (natural gas) (0x04) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 148

    Pressure - Bar 5256 32-bit float Read Input -absolute (0x04) Pressure - Atm 5258 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) Pressure - PSIa 5260 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) Pressure - PSIg 5262 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 149

    5306 32-bit float Read Input Dew Point °C (0x04) Hygro - Equiv. 5308 32-bit float Read Input Dew Point °F (0x04) Hygro - PPMv 5310 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) Hygro - PPBv 5312 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 150

    5344 32-bit float Read Input - gauge (0x04) Pressure - Pa 5346 32-bit float Read Input -gauge (0x04) Pressure - Bar 5348 32-bit float Read Input -gauge (0x04) Pressure - kPa 5350 32-bit float Read Input -absolute (0x04) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 151

    (0x04) User Function 1 5390 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) User Function 2 5392 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) User Function 3 5394 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) User Function 4 5396 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 152

    5430 32-bit float Read Input Pressure (0x04) (mm Hg) Hygro - MH / FH 5432 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) Temperature - 5434 32-bit float Read Input °C (0x04) Temperature - 5436 32-bit float Read Input °F (0x04) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 153

    Read Input (0x04) Oxygen - PPB 5472 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) Oxygen - 5474 32-bit float Read Input Percent (0x04) Oxygen - µA 5476 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) Aux A 5480 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 154

    5520 32-bit float Read Input Lbs/MMSCF (0x04) (natural gas) Hygro - PPMv 5522 32-bit float Read Input (natural gas) (0x04) Hygro - g/m^3 5524 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) Hygro - 5526 32-bit float Read Input mg/m^3 (0x04) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 155

    Pressure - PSIa 5560 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) Pressure - PSIg 5562 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) Pressure - 5564 32-bit float Read Input mm Hg (0x04) Pressure - FP 5566 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 156

    Hygro - PPMv 5610 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) Hygro - PPBv 5612 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) Hygro - PPMw 5614 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) Hygro - RH % 5616 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 157

    5648 32-bit float Read Input Bar-gauge (0x04) Pressure - kPa 5650 32-bit float Read Input -absolute (0x04) Pressure - MPa 5652 32-bit float Read Input -absolute (0x04) Pressure - Pa 5654 32-bit float Read Input -absolute (0x04) moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 158

    User Function 3 5694 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) User Function 4 5696 32-bit float Read Input (0x04) 10000 System Serial 10000 16-byte string Read Input Number (0x04) System 10002 16-byte string Read Input Firmware (0x04) Version moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 159

    3 = 3 Chan Module B - 10202 16-byte string Read Input Serial Number (0x04) Module B - 10204 16-byte string Read Input Firmware (0x04) Version Module B - 10240 32-bit float Read Input Temperature, (0x04) °C moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 160

    Appendix D. Modbus Register Map [no content intended for this page] moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 161

    ......74 ..... . 21 Modbus/RTU Delta F Oxygen Cell moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 162

    ....... 107 Settings ..... . . 95 Specifications moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 163

    ......107 Menu Map see Delta F Oxygen Cell moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 164

    ....... 70 Entering ..... 67 User Functions, Entering moisture.IQ User’s Guide...

  • Page 165

    Certification & Measurement & Control Safety Statements Certification & Safety Statements for the moisture.IQ Hygrometer Installation When installing this apparatus, the following requirements must be met: • The temperature rating of the field wiring must be 70°C or greater. • XP version unused entries should be closed with suitably certified blanking elements.

  • Page 166

    Certification & Safety Statements for the moisture.IQ Hygrometer September 2015 Installation (cont.) Figure 2: WP/XP System Certification Drawing (Dwg. 752-513_revB, SH 1 of 5) Figure 3: WP Plate Assembly (Dwg. 752-513_revB, SH 2 of 5) CSS-0011, Rev. C 2 of 10...

  • Page 167

    Certification & Safety Statements for the moisture.IQ Hygrometer September 2015 Installation (cont.) Figure 4: WP Plate Assembly (Dwg. 752-513_revB, SH 3 of 5) Figure 5: XP Plate Assembly (Dwg. 752-513_revB, SH 4 of 5) CSS-0011, Rev. C 3 of 10...

  • Page 168

    Certification & Safety Statements for the moisture.IQ Hygrometer September 2015 Installation (cont.) Figure 6: Chassis Assembly (Dwg. 752-513_revB, SH 5 of 5) Figure 7: Bench-Top Configuration (Dwg. 712-1889_revA, SH 1 of 3) CSS-0011, Rev. C 4 of 10...

  • Page 169

    Certification & Safety Statements for the moisture.IQ Hygrometer September 2015 Installation (cont.) Figure 8: Rack-Mount Configuration (Dwg. 712-1889_revA, SH 2 of 3) Figure 9: Panel-Mount Configuration (Dwg. 712-1889_revA, SH 3 of 3) CSS-0011, Rev. C 5 of 10...

  • Page 170

    Certification & Safety Statements for the moisture.IQ Hygrometer September 2015 Installation (cont.) Figure 10: SS WP Installation Outline Drawing (Dwg. 712-2126_revB, SH 1 of 1) Figure 11: XP Installation Outline Drawing (Dwg. 712-2127_revA, SH 1 of 1) CSS-0011, Rev. C...

  • Page 171

    Certification & Safety Statements for the moisture.IQ Hygrometer September 2015 Installation (cont.) • The product cannot be repaired by the user. It must be replaced by an equivalent certified product. Repairs should only be carried out by the manufacturer or by an approved repairer.

  • Page 172

    Certification & Safety Statements for the moisture.IQ Hygrometer September 2015 Markings (cont.) Figure 14: Explosion-Proof Label from Billerica, USA (Dwg. 442-1855-01_revB) Figure 15: Explosion-Proof Label from Shannon, Ireland (Dwg. 442-1855-02_revB) Figure 16: Stainless Steel Weather-Proof Label from Boston, USA (Dwg. 442-1875-01_revB) CSS-0011, Rev.

  • Page 173

    Certification & Safety Statements for the moisture.IQ Hygrometer September 2015 Markings (cont.) Figure 17: Stainless Steel Weather-Proof Label from Shannon, Ireland (Dwg. 442-1875-02_revB) Figure 18: Fiberglass Weather-Proof Label from Boston, USA (Dwg. 442-1875-03_revB) Figure 19: Fiberglass Weather-Proof Label from Shannon, Ireland (Dwg. 442-1875-04_revB) CSS-0011, Rev.

  • Page 174

    Certification & Safety Statements for the moisture.IQ Hygrometer September 2015 [no content intended for this page] CSS-0011, Rev. C 10 of 10...

  • Page 175

    1100 Technology Park Drive Billerica, MA 01821 declare under our sole responsibility that the moisture.IQ Multi-Channel, Multi-Functional Moisture Analyzer to which this declaration relates, is in conformity with the following standards: • EN 60079-0 : 2012 • EN 60079-11 : 2012 •...

  • Page 176

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  • Page 178

    Customer Support Centers U.S.A. The Boston Center 1100 Technology Park Drive Billerica, MA 01821 U.S.A. Tel: 800 833 9438 (toll-free) 978 437 1000 E-mail: sensing@ge.com Ireland Sensing House Shannon Free Zone East Shannon, County Clare Ireland Tel: +353 (0)61 470200 E-mail: gesensingsnnservices@ge.com An ISO 9001:2008 Certified Company www.gemeasurement.com/quality-certifications...

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