About This Manual This manual describes how to install and use the Sensepoint XCL gas detector and should be read by anyone who installs, operates, or maintains these products. Read and understand this manual in full before you install the product.
Contents About This Manual Contents 1 Introduction 1.1 Features ....... . . 1.2 Appearance .
Contents Current Source/Sink Selection ....17 2.6 Wiring of Modbus Output Versions ....19 Modbus Connection .
Contents E.2 IC Compliance ......51 E.3 R&TTE Compliance ......51 F Certiﬁcation G Contact Information...
Mobile app: A mobile app is available to commission and maintain the Sensepoint XCL gas detector. Sensepoint XCL can be used either indoor or outdoors. If used outdoors, a sheltered location should be chosen, which is protected from direct sunlight and rain.
Introduction 1.4 Detectable Gases Sensepoint XCL is available for the detection of the following gases: Oxygen (O Toxic gases – Ammonia (NH – Carbon monoxide (CO) – Hydrogen (H – Hydrogen sulﬁde (H – Nitrogen dioxide (NO Combustible gases – Methane (CH For additional combustible gas availability, contact Honeywell Analytics.
Introduction Modbus Output Versions NOTE Use of the mobile app is required to change the conﬁguration settings of the Modbus RTU interface. 1) +24 V DC or 24 V AC 2) 0 V or 24 V AC 3) A 4) B 1.6 Relay Output 1) Relay No.
59 mm (2.3 in) Weight 500 g (1.1 lb) Power Supply Sensepoint XCL requires an isolated power supply unit that is certiﬁed by a national or international standard, such as UL. Nominal DC input voltage 24 V DC Nominal AC input voltage...
Introduction Outputs Analog output 0 to 22 mA sink or source (conﬁgurable) Digital output Modbus RTU Relay output 5 A, 250 V AC, 24 V DC The two relays can be used for fault signalling (normally energized) or for alarm signalling. The relay assignments and operations are conﬁgurable using the mobile app.
Flammable catalytic versions: 10 to 90% RH. Operating the detector outside of this range may result drift and a decrease detector accuracy. Sensepoint XCL conforms to IP65, Type 4 (in accordance with NEMA 250) making it suitable for use in Pollution Degree 3 environments.
Seek advice from experts where necessary. 2.3 Power Cable Speciﬁcation Sensepoint XCL requires a power supply from the controller of speciﬁed supply voltage range in Section 1.7. Ensure that a minimum supply voltage is measured at the Sensepoint XCL, taking into account voltage...
Installation V+ detector V+ controller V detector V controller Controller Field Cable (L) V− detector V− controller The maximum loop resistance (R ) in the ﬁeld cable is calculated loop max as follows: = (V − V ) ÷ I loop max controller detector min...
Installation 2.4 Detector Module 1) Inhibit switch 2) Status indicator 3) UP button 4) DOWN button 5) Current sink/source selection switch 6) Negative voltage output 7) Positive voltage output 2.5 Wiring of mA Output Versions Power Connection When connecting to DC power, make sure that the polarity is correct. If an external power source is used, ensure that terminal 4 “Common”...
Installation Inhibit Level Selection Use the inhibit switch to set the level of current which is required when inhibit is active. 1) With this switch in the upper position, a current of 4 mA is output in inhibit mode. In the case of oxygen versions only, 17.4 mA is used. 2) With this switch in the lower position, a current of 2 mA is output in inhibit mode on all versions.
Installation Detector Source Mode with DC Power VIN+ 24 VDC VE− VIN− 4–20mA 4–20mA 1) System controller 2) Sensepoint XCL detector 3) Current ﬂow Detector Sink Mode with DC Power VIN+ 24 VDC VE− VIN− 4–20mA 4–20mA 1) System controller 2) Sensepoint XCL detector 3) Current ﬂow...
2) Sensepoint XCL detector 3) System controller 4) Current ﬂow 2.6 Wiring of Modbus Output Versions Modbus Connection For Modbus versions, up to 32 Sensepoint XCL detectors can be connected in a daisy chain arrangement as shown in the diagram below.
Installation NOTE Where possible, spur or ‘T’ connections should be avoided. Always keep the spur connection as short as possible. Cable Speciﬁcation for Modbus Connection Type Cable Spec Max Length Modbus 0.5 mm to 2.5 mm twist pair shied cable 1000 m Terminal Resistor Connect a 120 Ω, 0.25 W terminal resistor between the A and B...
Installation 2.7 Securing the Back Box to a Wall CAUTION Before starting installation, make sure that the system controller or external power source is switched off 1. There are four screw positions in the rear of the back box for mounting purposes.
Installation 2. Feed the cable through the cable gland. 3. Turn over the detector module and locate the terminal blocks on the back. Remove the terminal blocks by pulling them toward the center of the module. 4. Connect the cable to the appropriate terminal block, referring to the relevant wiring diagram.
Installation 2.9 Ground Connections Effective grounding is crucial to ensure stable Modbus communications and to limit the effects of radio frequency interference. Ground points are provided inside the back box. In order to prevent false readings or alarms as a result of ground loops, ensure that the shield of all cables are grounded at a single point, preferably at the controller.
Installation 2.10 Securing the Detector Module to the Back Box 1. Remove the front cover from the detector module to expose the four retaining screws as follows: a) Pull the ﬂap on the bottom side to expose the remote gassing port and front cover locking feature.
Installation 4. Replace the front cover. Place the front cover into the detector module in the position shown and rotate it clockwise until it locks into position. 2.11 Remote Gassing Connection NOTE Use the remote gassing connection for bump test only. Perform calibrations using the calibration cap accessory.
Chapter Commissioning NOTE The Sensepoint XCL gas detector is supplied from the factory pre-calibrated. However, it is strongly recommended that the detector response is checked and if necessary, re-calibrated before placing it into service. Refer to Calibration on page 34 for details on the correct calibration procedure.
Commissioning 2. Remove the detector module of Sensepoint XCL. 3. Conﬁgure the sink/source mode of the detector. Refer to Current Source/Sink Selection on page 17 on details of how to do this. 4. Conﬁgure the required inhibit level of the detector. Refer to section Inhibit Level Selection on page 17 on details of how to do this.
7. Remove power and reﬁt the detector module to the back box. 8. Reﬁt the front cover. 9. Apply power. The Sensepoint XCL will enter a warm-up mode during which time the status indicator will be steady yellow and the output (mA version) will be held in an inhibited state.
Commissioning Warning: The indicator alternatively ﬂashes green and yellow when the gas detector is in a warning state. Fault: The indicator ﬂashes yellow when the gas detector is in a fault state. Inhibited: The indicator is on steady yellow when the user has placed the detector into the inhibit state for maintenance or repair.
Chapter Maintenance 4.1 Using the Control Buttons It is possible to perform basic maintenance functions on the Sensepoint XCL gas detector without the use of the mobile app. This is achieved through the use of two control buttons inside the detector. Familiarize yourself fully on the operation of these buttons before attempting to use them.
Maintenance To escape and discard all changes: This escape function can be used at any time during the procedures detailed in the following sections. Press and hold the DOWN button for 5 seconds. 4.2 Maintenance Status Indicator There is another indicator on the rear of the detector module for easier maintenance.
Maintenance Calibration gas purge While the calibration gas is purged, the indicator is on steady yellow Cancel When a task is cancelled, the indicator ﬂashes yellow with three short pauses. 4.3 Calibration Cap The following table shows the recommended ﬂow rate and stabilization time for each of the gas types.
Maintenance 1. Remove the front cover. a) Pull the ﬂap on the bottom side to open it. b) Insert a thin, straight tool, such as a small screwdriver, into the hole to the right of the remote gassing port. c) Apply slight pressure to the tool, turn the cover counterclockwise until it stops.
Maintenance 5. Refer to the regulator manufacturer for instructions on how to start and stop the gas ﬂow from the cylinder. CAUTION Always use a gas cylinder that is within its expiration date. 4.4 Calibration NOTE On versions that feature the Bluetooth® link, it is preferential to use a smartphone running the app to perform maintenance tasks.
Maintenance the calibration cap. For details about how to use a calibration cap, see Calibration Cap on page 32. c) Apply fresh air to the detector, and wait for a few minutes until the reading is stable. d) Using the UP and DOWN buttons, adjust the output voltage so that the voltmeter is reading slightly above zero, and then decrease the reading slowly so that it reads zero.
Maintenance c) Make sure that the reading voltage out returns to zero. If there is any doubt that the detector is not in fresh air, apply cylinder air. Otherwise, an alarm may occur. 6. Use the cancel function to return to normal monitoring mode. If repeated calibration attempts continue to fail, replace the gas sensor with a new one, and then try again.
Do not replace the sensor without ﬁrst a) removing power to the Sensepoint XCL or b) placing the sensor into the sensor maintenance mode. Connect your smartphone to the Sensepoint XCL via Bluetooth. Tap the Maintenance button and select Change Sensor. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Maintenance 3. Remove the sensor cover. a) Loosen the screw on the top of the sensor cover. b) Holding the screw, tilt it downwards from the upper edge of the cover. 4. Pull out the gas sensor to remove it. 5.
Mobile App Use the Sensepoint app to allow your smart device to connect to Sensepoint XCL. This mobile app makes it much easier to conﬁgure and maintain Sensepoint XCL detectors. The general procedure of using the mobile app is as follows: 1.
Non-Bluetooth Versions (not available in all countries) Accuracy User Selectable User Selectable Response Time Detector Type Default Range Steps Resolution Default Cal Point Range Cal Gas Range t90 (s) ( ppm or % of applied gas which is the greater) Oxygen Fixed, 25.0% vol SPLLO1...
Bluetooth Versions User Selectable User Selectable Accuracy Response Time Detector Type Default Range Steps Default Cal Point Resolution Range Cal Gas Range ( ppm or % of applied gas which is the greater) t90 (s) Oxygen Fixed, 25.0% vol SPLCO1... 25.0% vol 20.9% vol <...
Detector Parameters NOTE Performance ﬁgures are based on the following: The humidity of the test gas is 50% RH. The performance values given are valid between 10% and 90% RH. Are measured using test units calibrated at 50% of full scale, Measurements are based on gas being applied using the calibration adapter at a rate of 300 ml/min for a period of 3 minutes (oxygen, ﬂammable (CAT), carbon monoxide, hydrogen...
Appendix Troubleshooting B.1 Warning Description Troubleshooting Warning 1 Calibration Overdue Calibrate the unit Warning 3 BLE failure (BLE version only) Power-cycle the unit. If same warning occurs again, contact manufacturer Warning 4 Time/date not set (RTC not set) / RTC reset Conﬁgure unit time.
SPXCLRLG1SS Sensepoint XCL/XRL Replacement Sensor, H SPXCLRLN1SS Sensepoint XCL/XRL Replacement Sensor, NO SPXCLRLA1SS Sensepoint XCL Replacement Sensor, NH SPXCLFLT Sensepoint XCL Replacement Sensor Filter (10 pieces each pack) C.4 Spares Part number Description SPXCLSK1 Sensepoint XCL Service Kit SPXCLSCC Sensepoint XCL Sensor Cover, Charcoal...
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Appendix Safety Information for Wireless Devices E.1 FCC Compliance This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
2) This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device E.3 R&TTE Compliance Hereby, Honeywell Analytics Asia Paciﬁc Co., Ltd. declares that this gas detector, Sensepoint XCL, is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
Appendix Certiﬁcation Electrical Safety UL 61010-1 CSA C22.2 No. 61010-1 IEC/EN 61010-1 Electromagnetic Compatibility EN 50270:2015 Radio R&TTE BT SIG Enclosure Protection IP65 Type 4 in accordance with NEMA 250 Gas Performance UL 2075 (CH and CO)
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