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Honeywell Satellite XT 9602-0200 4-20 mA Operation Manual

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Guide to Operation
Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions
Satellite XT 9602-0200 4-20 mA
Satellite XT 9602-0205 4-20 mA/R
Satellite XT 9602-0250 4-20 mA/C
Satellite XT 9602-0255 4-20 mA/C/R
Including Options:
Extractive Module XT
Pyrolyzer Module XT

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  • Page 1 Guide to Operation Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions Satellite XT 9602-0200 4-20 mA Satellite XT 9602-0205 4-20 mA/R Satellite XT 9602-0250 4-20 mA/C Satellite XT 9602-0255 4-20 mA/C/R Including Options: Extractive Module XT Pyrolyzer Module XT...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Section 1 Basic Operation page. Principle of Operation Operating States 1.2.1 Monitoring Mode 1.2.2 Maintenance Mode 1.2.3 Warning Condition 1.2.4 Diagnostics Menu structure 1.3.1 Maintenance Menu 1.3.2 Calibration Menu 1.3.3 Configuration Menu Operational Elements 1.4.1 Keypad Functions 1.4.2 Graphic Display 1.5 Technical Specifications...
  • Page 3 Section 6 Configuration page. Alarm Settings 6.1.1 Alarm 1 6.1.2 Alarm 2 Language Date Format Auto Selftest Security Password 6-10 Location 6-10 New Sensor Type 6-11 Gas Name 6-11 6.10 Maintenance Signal 6-12 6.11 Warning Signal 6-12 6.12 4-20 mA Range 6-13 6.13 Relays...
  • Page 4: Principle Of Operation

    Basic Operation – Section 1 This section provides basic understanding of the instrument and its operation. Principle of Operation The Satellite XT is a gas monitoring instrument especially designed for continuous surveillance of hazardous gas concentrations. The instrument is designed to interface with standard (0) 4 ...
  • Page 5: Maintenance Mode

    Basic Operation – Section 1 1.2.1.1 Alarm Level Settings The settings for Alarm Level 1 and Alarm Level 2 are automatically loaded when installing the sensor. Standard settings are 1x and 2x TLV or 20 and 40 % LEL for the target gas. The Alarm Setup function in the Configuration Menu allows the user to change the alarm levels as required.
  • Page 6: Diagnostics

    Basic Operation – Section 1 1.2.3.1 Reset Warning Condition Actuate the <set> key to acknowledge and reset a Warning Condition. Refer to Section 7, Troubleshooting for specific warnings. 1.2.4 Diagnostics Instrument faults refer to a problem which prevents the Satellite XT from operating properly and interferes with the ability to monitor or document concentration alarms. When the instrument has detected an instrument fault, a steady output signal in the range of 0 and 2.0 mA is sent to attached control systems.
  • Page 7: Operational Elements

    Basic Operation – Section 1 Operational Elements Located at the front of the Satellite XT is S a t e l l i t e - the graphic display, A s H 3 0.00 - the keypad consisting of six keys, - the green status LED above the Set Key.
  • Page 8: Technical Specifications

    Basic Operation – Section 1 Technical Specifications 4 - 20 mА 4 - 20 mА/R 4 - 20 mА/C 4 - 20 mА/C/R Satellite XT Version Part Number 9602-0200 9602-0205 9602-0250 9602-0255 Sensor Type used electrochemical catalytic Power Requirements 12 ... 24 VDC voltage consumption max.
  • Page 9: Installation And Start-up

    Installation and Start-Up - Section 2 This section explains installation and initial start-up procedures. General Guidelines Please consider the aspects indicated below before locating the instrument. The property of the target gas (lighter or heavier than air) must be considered. The instrument should be mounted as close to the monitoring location as possible and should be easily accessible for operation and maintenance.
  • Page 10 Installation and Start-Up - Section 2 For applications where wall mounting is not possible, an L-shaped mounting plate with DIN–rail is available as an option. 86,0 Ø 4 mm (4x) Optional L-shaped mounting plate with DIN–rail (P/N 9602.0051.10.01) ! Note: Do not apply power until system is ready for start-up! Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions...
  • Page 11: Duct Mounting

    Installation and Start-Up - Section 2 Duct Mounting Observe the guidelines for installation of the instrument. For assembly and installation of the sensor extension see the schematics below and overleaf. 2.3.1 Connecting the Sensor Extension to the Instrument 1. Connect the Socket (A) to the plug in the sensor compartment located at the bottom of the Satellite XT.
  • Page 12: Mounting The Sensor Extension To The Duct

    Installation and Start-Up - Section 2 2.3.2 Mounting the Sensor Extension to the Duct Duct 5,2cm *) Duct Mounting Saddle Assembly 3,3cm various types available, see spare parts list, Section 8, Reference Information 2,6cm 2,6cm Satellite XT Sensor Sensor Extension Duct Satellite XT Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions...
  • Page 13: Network Wiring

    Installation and Start-Up - Section 2 Network Wiring Junction Box Terminals The instrument is shipped with 2 meters (6 feet) of permanently white 4-20 mA Output attached 3-wire shielded cable extending from the bottom of the brown 0 V (common) unit.
  • Page 14: Relay Wiring

    Installation and Start-Up - Section 2 Relay Wiring Instruments with relay option have an additional Relay Contacts 6–wire shielded cable extending from the bottom white Alarm 1 Relay of the instrument. This cable has a length of 3 brown Alarm 1 Relay meters and is also permanently attached to the instrument.
  • Page 15 Installation and Start-Up - Section 2 Satellite XT 4-20 mA FMS 8710 Single-point Controller 0.00 Only Satellite XT with relay option 6-wire shielded cable 3-wire shielded cable, 3 m provided with instrument max. 2 meters AsH3 Junction Box 4-wire shielded cable, max.
  • Page 16 Installation and Start-Up - Section 2 Satellite XT 4-20 mA Satellite XT 4-20 mA with relay option 3-wire shielded cable, 3-wire shielded cable, Junction Box max. 2 meters max. 2 meters 3-wire shielded cable 3-wire shielded cable 230 / 115 VAC Wiring Diagram Satellite XT 4-20 mA and PLC Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions...
  • Page 17: Initial Start-up

    Installation and Start-Up - Section 2 Initial Start-Up When wiring is completed, a sensor must be assigned to each instrument. Every sensor is gas calibrated and these sensor specific calibration parameters are stored in its integrated data memory. Make sure to use only sensors designed for use with the Satellite XT. Ex factory the instruments are shipped either unconfigured or already preconfigured according to the customer's specifications.
  • Page 18: Main Menu

    Main Menu - Section 3 This section explains the different monitoring conditions and the submenus available under the Main Menu. The Main Menu Screens When the <esc> key is actuated, the instrument will leave the Monitoring Mode and go to the Main Menu.
  • Page 19: Main Menu - Monitoring

    Main Menu - Section 3 Main Menu - Monitoring M E N U The instrument is in the operating mode Mainte- MON I T OR I NG nance and the green LED is off. Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to move s e l e c t : forwards and backwards in the Main Menu.
  • Page 20: Main Menu - Maintenance

    Main Menu - Section 3 Main Menu - Maintenance M E N U The instrument is in the Maintenance Mode and the MA I N T E N A N C E green LED is off. Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to move for- s e l e c t : wards and backwards in the Main Menu.
  • Page 21: Main Menu - Calibration

    Main Menu - Section 3 Main Menu - Calibration M E N U The instrument is in the Maintenance Mode and the C A L I B R A T I ON green LED is off. Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to move s e l e c t : forwards and backwards in the Main Menu.
  • Page 22: Main Menu - Configuration

    Main Menu - Section 3 Main Menu - Configuration M E N U The instrument is in the Maintenance Mode and the CON F I GU R A T I ON green LED is off. Actuate the cursor keys <up> or <down> to move for- s e l e c t : wards and backwards in the Main Menu.
  • Page 23 Main Menu - Section 3 Main Menu - Configuration continued Submenus - Configuration C O N F I G U R A T I O N Location L OC A T I ON screen 7 of 13 s e l e c t : New Sensor Type C O N F I G U R A T I O N screen 8 of 13...
  • Page 24: Maintenance

    Maintenance - Section 4 This section explains routine maintenance procedures including sensor replacement and specific information on sensor and instrument. M E N U Main Menu - Maintenance MA I N T E N A N C E The instrument is in the Maintenance Mode and the green LED is off. s e l e c t : Actuate the cursor keys <up>...
  • Page 25 Maintenance - Section 4 Sensor Service M A I N T E N A N C E To perform a sensor replacement with a new sensor, S E N S OR S E R V I C E which must have the same part number. See section 8 for sensor information.
  • Page 26 Maintenance - Section 4 Device Infos M A I N T E N A N C E Used to obtain instrument specific information, i.e. D E V I C E I N F O S software version,and ID number. In general these data are required for service purposes. s e l e c t : Actuate the <set>...
  • Page 27 Maintenance - Section 4 Sensor Infos M A I N T E N A N C E Provides specific information about the sensor pres- S E N S OR I N F O S ently installed, i.e. part number, serial number, date of first calibration, sensitivity, and revision number. These s e l e c t : data are stored in the sensor's memory.
  • Page 28 Maintenance - Section 4 continued Sensor Infos Sensitivity S E N S O R I N F O S Use the <set> key to display the sensor sensitivity S E N S I T I V I T Y determined during the first calibration. s e l e c t : <Actual Sensitivity>...
  • Page 29: Service

    Maintenance - Section 4 Reset Device M A I N T E N A N C E Offers the possibility to perform a "warm start" of the R E S E T D E V I C E instrument. Actuate the <set> key to select. s e l e c t : R E S E T D E V I C E Are You Sure ?
  • Page 30: Calibration

    Calibration - Section 5 This section describes calibration procedures for the Satellite XT. Calibration can be performed either automatically by a dynamic gas calibration or manually by entering a calculated correction factor called K-factor. Also included in this section are the electronic calibration procedures for the (0) 4-20 mA analog interface.
  • Page 31: Zero Adjust

    Calibration - Section 5 Gas Calibration C A L I B R A T I O N The gas calibration submenu is used for dynamic cali- G A S C A L I B R A T I ON bration. For zero adjustment use clean or synthetic air free from measuring gas or any other interfering gases.
  • Page 32: Span Adjust

    Calibration - Section 5 Gas Calibration continued Span Adjust G A S C A L I B R A T I O N Span adjustment applies for all sensors, including oxygen S P A N A D J U S T sensors.
  • Page 33: Manual K-factor

    Calibration - Section 5 Manual K-Factor C A L I B R A T I O N This submenu is used to manually calibrate the MA N U A L K - F A C T OR instrument by entering a new K-Factor. This factor is a multiplication or correction value used to calibrate the s e l e c t : response of the instrument to a specific...
  • Page 34: Current Output

    Calibration - Section 5 Current Output C A L I B R A T I O N The 4-20 mA signal output range of the instrument is C U R R E N T OU T P U T preprogrammed to correspond to the nominal range of the target gas with 4 mA representing the zero s e l e c t : concentration and 20 mA representing the full scale...
  • Page 35: Alarm Settings

    Configuration - Section 6 This section describes the instrument's default configuration and procedures how to adapt it to individual requirements. Main Menu - Configuration M E N U The instrument is in the Maintenance Mode and the CON F I GU R A T I ON green LED is off.
  • Page 36: Location

    Configuration - Section 6 Main Menu - Configuration continued Submenus - Configuration C O N F I G U R A T I O N Location L OC A T I ON screen 7 of 13 s e l e c t : C O N F I G U R A T I O N New Sensor Type N EW S E N S OR T Y P E...
  • Page 37 Configuration - Section 6 C O N F I G U R A T I O N Alarm Settings A L A RM S E T T I NG S Allows the user to enter or change various settings for Alarm 1 and Alarm 2 activation.
  • Page 38 Configuration - Section 6 A L A R M S E T T I N G S Alarm 1 A L A RM 1 Allows the user to configure all parameters for Alarm 1 (lower alarm level) activation. s e l e c t : A L A R M 1 Alarm 1 State A L A RM 1 S T A T E Used to enable / disable the Alarm 1 activation.
  • Page 39 Configuration - Section 6 A L A R M 1 Alarm 1 State A L A RM 1 S T A T E Used to enable / disable the Alarm 1 activation. Default setting is enabled. Use the <set> key to enter. The s e l e c t : instrument will show the actual setting.
  • Page 40 Configuration - Section 6 Alarm 1 Trigger A L A R M 1 Used to define the trigger condition for Alarm 1 A L A RM 1 T R I GG E R activation. Default setting is Greater Than. Use the <set> key to enter. The instrument will show the actual s e l e c t : setting.
  • Page 41 Configuration - Section 6 Alarm 2 A L A R M S E T T I N G S Allows the user to configure all parameters for Alarm 2 A L A RM 2 (upper alarm level) activation. For all subsequent Alarm 2 settings, please follow the s e l e c t : procedures described in the corresponding section for Alarm 1 settings.
  • Page 42 Configuration - Section 6 Language C O N F I G U R A T I O N Used to select the desired language for menu L A NGU A G E operation. Default setting is English. Use the <set> key to enter. The instrument will display s e l e c t : the actual language.
  • Page 43 Configuration - Section 6 Auto Selftest C O N F I G U R A T I O N The instrument's self-diagnostics provides an on-line A U T O S E L F T E S T preventive sensor selftest performed automatically every 24 hours, which may be enabled or disabled.
  • Page 44 Configuration - Section 6 Password C O N F I G U R A T I O N Allows the user to enter or change the password. P A S SWOR D Ex factory the password is <000>. Use the <set> key to enter. The instrument will display s e l e c t : the actual password.
  • Page 45 Configuration - Section 6 New Sensor Type C O N F I G U R A T I O N Allows the user to configure the instrument for a new N EW S E N S OR T Y P E sensor type with a part number, which is different from the one presently used.
  • Page 46 Configuration - Section 6 Maintenance Signal C O N F I G U R A T I O N The maintenance signal indicates a complete absence MA I N T . S I GN A L of monitoring capability and is transmitted to external control systems.
  • Page 47: Relays

    Configuration - Section 6 C O N F I G U R A T I O N 4-20 mA Range 4 - 2 0 mA R A NG E The 4-20 mA signal output range of the instrument is preprogrammed to correspond to the nominal range of s e l e c t : the target gas.
  • Page 48 Configuration - Section 6 Relay State R E L A Y S Used to individually define the Alarm 1, Alarm 2, and R E L A Y S T A T E Fault Relay to be either deenergized (normally open contact) or energized (normally closed contact). s e l e c t : Ex factory the relays are deenergized (normally open contacts).
  • Page 49 Configuration - Section 6 Alarm 2 Relay R E L A Y S T A T E Allows the user to set the Alarm 2 Relay state. A L A RM 2 R E L A Y Use the <set> key to enter. The instrument will show the actual setting.
  • Page 50 Configuration - Section 6 Alarm Delay R E L A Y S Used to define an alarm delay for concentration alarms. A L A RM D E L A Y Minimum value is 0, maximum setting is 99.9 seconds. Default setting is 3.0 seconds. s e l e c t : Actuate the <set>...
  • Page 51: Warning And Fault Messages

    Troubleshooting - Section 7 This section will help to determine the source of a fault or warning condition and will provide a corrective action. Warning and Fault Messages There are two general indications, warnings and faults, which require different attention. If a fault or warning message does not appear in this section or if further assistance is required, contact our service department.
  • Page 52: Faults

    Troubleshooting - Section 7 7.1.2 Faults Instrument faults refer to a problem which prevents the instrument from operating properly and interferes with the ability to monitor or document concentration alarms. If the instrument has detected an instrument fault, a fault signal of a defined output current for each different fault condition is sent to attached control systems. The green status LED is off. The LCD display is flashing while indicating the specific fault message.
  • Page 53 Troubleshooting - Section 7 Fault - Extractive ! - - - Only for instruments with Extractive Module. This message indicates that there is a problem with the Extractive Module. Check power supply, sample tubing, sampletubing connections, and sample line filter. Perform any corrective action required. Output current is 1.2 mA. If the message is still shown, please contact our service department for further instructions.
  • Page 54: Reference Information

    Reference Information - Section 8 Sensor Order Information Substance / Sensor Part No Nominal Unit Note Dust Filter Sensor Range allowed Trimethylsilane 9602-6210 0 ... 20.0 AsH3 Arsine (3 El.) 9602-6001 0 ... 1.00 AsH3 Arsine (2 El.) 9602-6000 0 ... 1.00 AsH3 Arsine (2 El.)
  • Page 55 Reference Information - Section 8 Substance / Sensor Part No Nominal Unit Note Dust Filter Sensor Range allowed Ozone 9602-7100 0 ... 1.00 Ozone 9602-7101 0 ... 1.00 Phosphine (3 El.) 9602-6101 0 ... 1.00 Phosphine (2 El.) 9602-6100 0 ... 1.00 Sulfur Hexafluoride 9602-9710...
  • Page 56: 4 - 20 Ma Signal Output Range

    Reference Information - Section 8 4 - 20 mA Signal Output Range Substance / Sensor Part No. 4 - 20 mA Range Alarm 1 Sensor Setting Default Unit Trimethylsilane 9602-6210 0 ... 20.0 50.0 AsH3 Arsine (3 El.) 9602-6001 0 ... 0.15 1.00 10.00...
  • Page 57: K-factors For Satellite Xt C-versions

    Reference Information - Section 8 Substance / Sensor Part No. 4 - 20 mA Range Alarm 1 Sensor Setting Default Unit Phosphine (3 El.) 9602-6101 0 ... 0.30 1.00 10.00 0.10 Phosphine (2 El.) 9602-6100 0 ... 0.30 1.00 10.00 0.10 Sulfur Hexafluoride 9602-9710...
  • Page 58: Spares And Accessories

    Reference Information - Section 8 Spares and Accessories Part Number Description 9602.0050.10.03 Mounting Rail Standard 9602.0050.10.02 Mounting Plate DIN-Rail, Option 9602.0051.10.01 Mounting Plate L-shaped with DIN-Rail, Option 9602.0090 Sensor Extension, 2 meters 9602.0091 Sensor Extension, 3 meters 9602.0092 Sensor Extension, 1 meter 9602.0093 Sensor Extension Combustible Gases, 2 meters 9602.0095...
  • Page 59: Technical Specifications

    Reference Information - Section 8 Power Supply 24 VDC, 2.5 A Output The 24 VDC, 2.5 A Power Supply is a rail-mounted unit for use in industrial applications. It is required to power optional Input / Output Modules in networks based on a free topology transmission technology or other external control devices.
  • Page 60: Power Supply 24 Vdc, 5 A Output

    Reference Information - Section 8 Power Supply 24 VDC, 5 A Output The 24 VDC, 5A Power Supply is a rail-mounted unit for use in industrial applications. It is required to power optional Input / Output Modules in networks based on a free topology transmission technology or other external control devices.
  • Page 61: Power Supply 24 Vdc, 10 A Output

    Reference Information - Section 8 Power Supply 24 VDC, 10 A Output The 24 VDC, 10A Power Supply is a rail-mounted unit for use in industrial applications. It is required to power optional Input / Output Modules in networks based on a free topology transmission technology or other external control devices.
  • Page 62: Extractive Module Xt - Option

    Extractive Module XT - Section 9 Principle of Operation The Extractive Module XT is an add-on module for use in combination with the Satellite XT. It enables for keeping hazardous, difficult to reach, or otherwise inaccessible areas under continuous surveillance. It is capable of sampling areas up to 50 m away. Power is supplied via the Satellite XT.
  • Page 63: Instrument Design

    Extractive Module XT - Section 9 Instrument Design Front View showing Extractive Module XT connected to Satellite XT. А Exhaust Line - Outlet A Exhaust Line - Outlet В Sensor Holder B Sensor Holder Extractive Satellite Satellite XT 4-20 mA Versions...
  • Page 64 Extractive Module XT - Section 9 Side View (left) Side View (right) A Exhaust Line - Outlet B Sensor Holder B Sensor Holder D Sensor Connection to Satellite XT C Sample Line - Gas Inlet E Connection Extractive Module XT and Satellite XT Inlet Outlet Top View (only Extractive Module XT)
  • Page 65: Mounting

    Extractive Module XT - Section 9 Mounting The Extractive Module XT is prepared for DIN-rail mounting. An appropriate mounting rail is delivered with the instrument, which allows mounting the Extractive Module XT and the Satellite XT side by side. Mount this rail to a wall with the appropriate fasteners and slide both modules onto it. Plug in male and female connector of Satellite XT and Extractive Module XT.
  • Page 66: Sensor Replacement

    Extractive Module XT - Section 9 Sensor Replacement This procedure is used to replace a depleted sensor by a fresh sensor. The replacement sensor must have the same part number as the installed sensor. Press the <esc> key on the Satellite XT keypad and enter the password to exit the Monitoring Mode.
  • Page 67: Technical Specifications

    Extractive Module XT - Section 9 Technical Specifications Power Requirements voltage power is provided by the Satellite XT consumption max. 2.4 W Physical Dimensions size 78 x 95,5 x 50 mm (W x H x D) 3,1" x 3,8" x 2,0" (W x H x D) weight 500 g...
  • Page 68: Pyrolyzer Module Xt - Option

    Pyrolyzer Module XT - Section 10 10.1 Principle of Operation The Pyrolyzer Module XT is an add-on module for monitoring gases requiring pyrolytic sample preparation for detectability. It requires both, a Satellite XT and an Extractive Module XT. The connected Satellite XT displays the module’s status of operation and provides the digital interface.
  • Page 69: Instrument Design

    Pyrolyzer Module XT - Section 10 10.4 Instrument Design The Pyrolyzer Module XT can only be operated in combination with the Satellite XT and the Extractive Module XT. All three modules are prepared for DIN-rail assembly. Figure 2: Front view of the complete assembly Figure 1: Side view of the Pyrolyzer Pyrolyzer Module, Extractive Module, and Satellite XT.
  • Page 70: Mounting

    Pyrolyzer Module XT - Section 10 10.5 Mounting The Pyrolyzer Module XT is prepared for DIN-rail assembly. An appropriate mounting rail is delivered with the instrument. Mount this rail to a flat surface with the appropriate fasteners. When the rail is mounted, follow the steps below: 1.
  • Page 71: Tubing Connections

    Pyrolyzer Module XT - Section 10 10.6 Tubing Connections Tubing material is PTFE or PFA with an outer diameter of 1/4” and an inner diameter of 3/16”. Length and inner diameter of the sample line will affect the response time. Length of the sample lines should be kept as short as possible.
  • Page 72: Technical Specifications

    Pyrolyzer Module XT - Section 10 10.9 Technical Specifications Power requirements voltage 90 ... 240 VAC consumption approx. 22 W / 2.13 A Physical dimensions 223 х 97 х 100 mm (W х H х D) Size: 8,8" x 3,8" x 3,9" (W х H х D) Weight: 1800 g 4 lbs Housing Protection Class IP 30 RFI / EMC EN 55011 EN 50082-2 Operating Conditions...
  • Page 73 Tel: +1 847 955 8200 Toll free: +1 800 538 0363 Fax: +1 847 955 8208 detectgas@honeywell.com Asia Pacific Honeywell Analytics Asia Pacific Please Note: #508, Kolon Science Valley (I) While every effort has been made to ensure 187-10 Guro-Dong, Guro-Gu accuracy in this publication, no responsibility can be accepted for errors or omissions.

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