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Continuous gas analysis
SIPROCESS GA700
Quick Start
Compact Operating Instructions
01/2013
A5E31805656-01
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Introduction
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General safety instructions
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Installing
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Connecting
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Leak test
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Operation
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Commissioning
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Appendix A
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  • Page 1

    ___________________ Quick Start Introduction ___________________ General safety instructions ___________________ Installing Continuous gas analysis ___________________ Connecting SIPROCESS GA700 ___________________ Quick Start Leak test ___________________ Operation Compact Operating Instructions ___________________ Commissioning ___________________ Appendix A 01/2013 A5E31805656-01...

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    Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Introduction..............................7 Purpose of this document ......................7 History ............................7 Notes on warranty..........................7 Check the scope of delivery......................7 General safety instructions ........................9 Prerequisites for safe use ......................9 Device modifications ........................9 Laws and directives ........................9 Qualified personnel ........................9 Installing ..............................

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    Menu structure ..........................37 6.2.1 Main menu........................... 37 6.2.2 Subordinate menus ........................37 Commissioning ............................41 Requirements..........................41 Commissioning the SIPROCESS GA700 ................... 42 [3.09] Maintenance & diagnostics > Identification............... 45 7.3.1 Overview ............................. 45 7.3.2 Identifying a device ........................46 7.3.3 Identifying an analyzer module ....................

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    Table of contents Appendix A .............................. 81 References...........................81 Index................................ 83 Quick Start Compact Operating Instructions, 01/2013, A5E31805656-01...

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    Table of contents Quick Start Compact Operating Instructions, 01/2013, A5E31805656-01...

  • Page 7: Introduction

    The contents of this manual shall not become part of or modify any prior or existing agreement, commitment or legal relationship. All obligations on the part of Siemens AG are contained in the respective sales contract, which also contains the complete and solely applicable warranty conditions.

  • Page 8

    Introduction 1.4 Check the scope of delivery Quick Start Compact Operating Instructions, 01/2013, A5E31805656-01...

  • Page 9: General Safety Instructions

    General safety instructions Prerequisites for safe use In terms of safety, this device left the factory in perfect condition. In order to maintain this status and to ensure safe operation of the device, observe these instructions and all the specifications relevant to safety. Observe the information and symbols on the device.

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    General safety instructions 2.4 Qualified personnel Quick Start Compact Operating Instructions, 01/2013, A5E31805656-01...

  • Page 11: Installing

    Installing Safety instructions for installation 3.1.1 Rack-mounted device WARNING Protection against incorrect use of the rack-mounted device Use the rack-mounted device only within the voltage limits specified on the nameplate. CAUTION Damage to membrane keyboard and display Make sure when installing the rack-mounted device that the membrane keyboard and display are not damaged.

  • Page 12: Wall-mounted Device

    Installing 3.1 Safety instructions for installation 3.1.2 Wall-mounted device WARNING Protection against incorrect use of the wall-mounted device Only use the wall-mounted device within the voltage limits specified on the nameplate. CAUTION Damage to the membrane keyboard Make sure that the membrane keyboard is not damaged during installation of the wall- mounted device.

  • Page 13: Installing The Rack-mounted Device

    Installing 3.2 Installing the rack-mounted device Installing the rack-mounted device 3.2.1 Notes on installation Note Protect the rack-mounted device against: • Direct thermal radiation • Mechanical damage • Vibrations • Dirt deposits • Ingress of dust • Corrosive media • Moisture •...

  • Page 14: Installing

    Installing 3.3 Installing the wall-mounted device 3.2.2 Installing Procedure ● Fasten the rack-mounted device with suitable screws and suitable tools. ● The rack-mounted device can optionally be positioned on brackets or base plates in a frame or cabinet. The dimensions for the drill holes are specified in the dimension drawing. 10,3 170,8 13,5...

  • Page 15: Installing

    Installing 3.3 Installing the wall-mounted device 3.3.2 Installing Procedure Fasten the rack-mounted device with suitable screws and suitable tools. The dimensions for the drill holes can be found in the drilling template. Figure 3-2 Drilling template Quick Start Compact Operating Instructions, 01/2013, A5E31805656-01...

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    Installing 3.3 Installing the wall-mounted device Quick Start Compact Operating Instructions, 01/2013, A5E31805656-01...

  • Page 17: Connecting

    Connecting Electrical connections 4.1.1 Safety information for electrical connection 4.1.1.1 Rack-mounted device WARNING If auxiliary power is required, check that it corresponds with that on the nameplate and with the test certification valid for your country. Quick Start Compact Operating Instructions, 01/2013, A5E31805656-01...

  • Page 18: Wall-mounted Device

    Connecting 4.1 Electrical connections 4.1.1.2 Wall-mounted device WARNING Cable glands The cables must have the correct diameter for the cable glands. After installation, make sure that the cables are positioned securely and that the seals are in the correct position. WARNING Danger due to electrical current Check that the existing power supply corresponds to that specified on the nameplate of the...

  • Page 19

    Connecting 4.1 Electrical connections ● Ensure that a mains disconnection device is located in the direct vicinity of the device (for load rating, see nameplate). ● Ensure that the supply voltage present matches that which is specified on the nameplate of the device.

  • Page 20: Connection Of The Signal Lines

    Connecting 4.1 Electrical connections 4.1.2.2 Connection of the signal lines ① Connector number ② Power supply unit ③ Processing unit, Ethernet, and 37-pin Sub-D, digital inputs/outputs ④ Blank plate ⑤ Optional module 2.1, 15-pin Sub-D, binary inputs and analog inputs/outputs Figure 4-2 Example of rear panel with OXYMAT 7, connecting the signal lines Quick Start...

  • Page 21: Electrical Connections, Pin Assignment

    Connecting 4.1 Electrical connections 4.1.2.3 Electrical connections, pin assignment Floating via optocoupler "0" = 0 V (-3 ... +5 V) "1" = 24 V (15 ... 33 V) Contact loading max. 24 V/1.7 A, AC/DC; relay contacts shown: zero current relay coil Figure 4-3 Pin assignments of processing unit...

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    Connecting 4.1 Electrical connections Figure 4-4 Pin assignments of option module 2.1 Quick Start Compact Operating Instructions, 01/2013, A5E31805656-01...

  • Page 23: Wall-mounted Device

    Connecting 4.1 Electrical connections 4.1.3 Wall-mounted device 4.1.3.1 Connection to electricity supply Procedure Note Terminal ranges of the cable glands Use cables matched to the terminal ranges of the cable glands: • Cable gland M16 x 1.5 (plastic): Terminal range 5 to 10 mm •...

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    Connecting 4.1 Electrical connections ② ① 6. Connect the appliance plug to the power supply unit ⑤ 7. Fasten the connecting cable in the cable gland . To do this, tighten the union nut to a torque of 3 Nm. ①...

  • Page 25: Electrical Connections/terminal Assignment

    Connecting 4.1 Electrical connections The mains supply line must comply with the valid regulations and conditions for the place of installation and be provided with a protective conductor at the potential of the housing. The cross-section of each wire has to be ≥ 1 mm .

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    Connecting 4.1 Electrical connections Figure 4-7 Pin assignment of standard terminal block, terminal rows C and D Quick Start Compact Operating Instructions, 01/2013, A5E31805656-01...

  • Page 27: Gas Connections

    Connecting 4.2 Gas connections Gas connections 4.2.1 Gas connections NOTICE Components in contact with sample gas Components which come into contact with the sample gas must be resistant to it. Enclosure Gas connections OXYMAT 7 without internal reference Rack-mounted device, rear 1 Sample gas inlet gas pump 2 Sample gas outlet...

  • Page 28

    Connecting 4.2 Gas connections Rack-mounted device ① OXYMAT 7 analyzer module Sample gas inlet Sample gas outlet Bypass outlet for version with external reference gas pump (not used) Reference gas inlet Figure 4-8 Example of rack-mounted device, rear panel Wall-mounted device ①...

  • Page 29

    Connecting 4.2 Gas connections Version with pipes The gas connections are made of stainless steel, mat. no. 1.4571. They have a screw connection with ISO female thread 1/8". Connect the gas lines to the corresponding inlets/outlets. WARNING Introduction of toxic, aggressive or flammable gases When toxic, aggressive or flammable gases are introduced, carry out a leak test for these pipe connections.

  • Page 30: Optional Purging Gas Connections (wall-mounted Device)

    Connecting 4.2 Gas connections 4.2.2 Optional purging gas connections (wall-mounted device) ① Purging gas connections (optional) Figure 4-10 Purging gas connections Purging gas couplings: Outside diameter 10 mm Length with sealing caps 41 mm Note Purging gas connections Close the purging gas connections using the sealing caps when the device is not being purged.

  • Page 31: Leak Test

    Leak test OXYMAT 7 5.1.1 Checking the sample gas path for leaks The leak test is carried out with air or nitrogen at the operating temperature. The leak rate is determined in accordance with the pressure drop method. The pressure of the gases (air or nitrogen) enclosed in the gas line is monitored within a defined period.

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    Leak test 5.1 OXYMAT 7 Quick Start Compact Operating Instructions, 01/2013, A5E31805656-01...

  • Page 33: Operation

    Operation Local User Interface (LUI) Operating elements The LUI (Local User Interface) of the SIPROCESS GA700 devices has the following operating elements: ① ④ Local user interface Numeric keypad ② ⑤ Display Cursor and command keys ③ ⑥ Buttons for special functions...

  • Page 34

    Operation 6.1 Local User Interface (LUI) Operating principles Views/displays Views structure the access to the functions of the device or its components. Only the operator control options corresponding to the configuration of your device are output on the display. Main view This view includes the measured-value display of all components, the extended measured- value display, and the process-value display.

  • Page 35

    Operation 6.1 Local User Interface (LUI) Navigation-relevant keys Table 6- 1 Functions of navigation-relevant keys Keys Function Navigate to higher-level views/menus. Use the <MEAS> key to return to the measured-value display in selection mode or to the main view. Navigate within a view/menu, and direct selection with the numeric keys.

  • Page 36

    Operation 6.1 Local User Interface (LUI) Log on/log off (PIN) All device parameters are assigned to one of four user levels. You do not need to log on for the lowest user level. But write access to parameters always requires the corresponding authorization for security reasons: Table 6- 2 Overview of the user levels...

  • Page 37: Menu Structure

    Operation 6.2 Menu structure Menu structure 6.2.1 Main menu Structure Figure 6-3 Menu entries of the main menu The main menu represents the highest level of the navigational view and comprises the six menu entries shown for each component: The main menu and the submenus form the menu structure.

  • Page 38

    Operation 6.2 Menu structure Table 6- 4 Overview of menu [2] Settings Menu Description You use this menu and its submenus to adjust the selected component to the specific conditions of use. The contents of menu [2.20] Service displayed read-only. Setting only by service personnel.

  • Page 39

    Operation 6.2 Menu structure Table 6- 5 Overview of menu [3] Maintenance & diagnostics Menu Description In this menu you can call the submenus relevant to maintenance and diagnostics. The contents of this menu [3.20] Service trace are visible, but can only be set with the appropriate permission level Setting only by service personnel.

  • Page 40

    Operation 6.2 Menu structure Table 6- 7 Overview of menu [5] Safety Menu Description In this menu you can make safety-relevant settings. PINs of higher permission levels always give you the right to change on lower permission levels. Table 6- 8 Overview of menu [6] Language Menu Description...

  • Page 41: Commissioning

    Commissioning Requirements The following requirements must be met before you commission the device: ● The device includes at least one analyzer module. ● All gas-conveying lines are connected to the device. Information on the correct connection is available in the device-specific documentation. See: Table A-3 LVZ3 (Page 81).

  • Page 42: Commissioning The Siprocess Ga700

    Commissioning 7.2 Commissioning the SIPROCESS GA700 Commissioning the SIPROCESS GA700 Procedure ① Product designation ② Version of the device firmware ③ Progress bar Figure 7-1 Splash screen 1. Supply the device with power. Information on power supply of the device is available in the device-specific documentation.

  • Page 43

    Commissioning 7.2 Commissioning the SIPROCESS GA700 4. Call the measured-value display during the warming-up phase – Close the warming-up window by pressing <ENTER>. The display shows the measured-value display in read mode. For the duration of the warming-up phase, the device is in "Function check" mode.

  • Page 44

    The progress bar is not updated any longer. 1. Write down the displayed error and the number of points in the progress bar. 2. Contact the service technician in charge or your Siemens sales representative. See also References (Page 81) Quick Start...

  • Page 45: Maintenance & Diagnostics > Identification

    Commissioning 7.3 [3.09] Maintenance & diagnostics > Identification [3.09] Maintenance & diagnostics > Identification 7.3.1 Overview This function gives you read access to data pertaining, in particular, to the hardware and firmware of your device. Identification data refer either to the basic device or to a module. The data enable the unique identification of your device.

  • Page 46: Identifying A Device

    4. Write down the identification data, if necessary. The following device-specific data is displayed: Display field Remark Product name SIPROCESS GA700 Order No. Part 1 Display of first part of device order number, e.g., "7MB3000". Order No. Part 2 Display of second part of device order number, e.g., "0AA00-0AA0".

  • Page 47: Identifying An Analyzer Module

    Commissioning 7.3 [3.09] Maintenance & diagnostics > Identification 7.3.3 Identifying an analyzer module Procedure 1. The access path depends on the hardware configuration: The menu includes all identification data specified for the analyzer module in the factory. 2. Write down the identification data, if necessary. The following module-specific data is displayed: Display field Remark...

  • Page 48: Identifying Additional Features

    Commissioning 7.3 [3.09] Maintenance & diagnostics > Identification 7.3.4 Identifying additional features Procedure 1. The access paths depend on the hardware configuration: The menus include all identification data specified in the factory for the following features: – Measuring head – Detector 2.

  • Page 49: 5] Safety

    Commissioning 7.4 [5] Safety [5] Safety 7.4.1 Assigning/changing PIN Procedure 1. Main menu > "5. Security" > "2. Access management" The parameter display includes parameter fields that you use to specify the PINs of the permission levels. 2. Assign/change passwords: The table below summarizes the assignment/change options: Permission level Assignment/change options...

  • Page 50: Settings > Time/date

    Commissioning 7.5 [2.02] Settings > Time/date [2.02] Settings > Time/date Procedure Note Effects of changes Changing the time has a direct effect on the sequence of logbook entries and all other time- based device services. Check the logbook entries following changes to this setting. If necessary, reset the parameters of the logbook filter function.

  • Page 51: Settings > Measuring Ranges

    Commissioning 7.6 [2.03] Settings > Measuring ranges [2.03] Settings > Measuring ranges 7.6.1 Overview of measuring ranges Measuring ranges The device lets you set measuring ranges permanently or switch them over automatically. Contrary to the permanent setting, the measuring range follows the current measured value with automatic switchover.

  • Page 52

    Commissioning 7.6 [2.03] Settings > Measuring ranges Measuring range type 1 (mr i < mr (i+1)) The full-scale value of measuring range must be less than the full-scale value of the following measuring range . The following switchover points are used: (i+1) mbe - 0,1 * ( mbe - mba ) mbe - 0,2 * ( mbe - mba )

  • Page 53: Setting The Measuring Ranges

    Commissioning 7.6 [2.03] Settings > Measuring ranges 7.6.2 Setting the measuring ranges Procedure Note Component-specific setting Measuring ranges are component-specific. Repeat the procedure described below for all components, if necessary. 1. Component > Main menu > "2 Settings" > "03 Measuring ranges" The menu includes a navigation line for setting of autoranging.

  • Page 54: Setting Autoranging

    Commissioning 7.6 [2.03] Settings > Measuring ranges 7.6.3 Setting Autoranging Procedure Note Autoranging Autoranging is not possible if the measuring ranges were set incorrectly. In this case measuring range 1 is selected as active measuring range. Note Component-specific setting Measuring ranges are component-specific. Repeat the procedure described below for all components, if necessary.

  • Page 55: 3] Digital Inputs

    Commissioning 7.7 [2.09.3] Digital inputs [2.09.3] Digital inputs 7.7.1 Overview of digital inputs Functions The device functions can be controlled using digital inputs. A function can only be controlled by one digital input or one result of logic operation. Assignments of function (pre-selection) - function Note Assignment rule To assign a function, you first make a pre-selection and then set a function that is included in...

  • Page 56

    Commissioning 7.7 [2.09.3] Digital inputs Table 7- 3 Function assignment at function (pre-selection): "Ext. fault", "Ext. maint. alarm", "Ext. maint. demand" or "Ext. maint. required" Function Trigger Remark / effect Fault 1 to 8 External fault 1 to 8 Negative/positive edge Maint.

  • Page 57

    Commissioning 7.7 [2.09.3] Digital inputs Table 7- 6 Function assignment at function (pre-selection): "AutoCal" Function Trigger Remark / effect AutoCal1/ Start AutoCal 1 or AutoCal 2. AutoCal2 Positive edge AutoVal1/ Start AutoVal 1 or AutoVal 2. AutoVal2 Positive edge AutoCal1 Sync./ Start AutoCal n/AutoVal n in sync.

  • Page 58

    Commissioning 7.7 [2.09.3] Digital inputs Table 7- 8 Function assignment at function (pre-selection): "Other functions" Function Trigger Remark / effect Switch pump Switch sample gas pump The pump is switched on at a positive edge and switched off at a negative Positive/negative edge.

  • Page 59: Setting Digital Inputs

    Commissioning 7.7 [2.09.3] Digital inputs 7.7.2 Setting digital inputs Procedure 1. Main menu > "2 Settings" > "09 Inputs/outputs" > "3 Digital inputs" Up to 20 digital inputs can be assigned, depending on the hardware of your device. A navigation line with the following structure is assigned to each digital input: Structure of the navigation line for each digital input Navigation no.

  • Page 60

    Commissioning 7.7 [2.09.3] Digital inputs 4. Select function (pre-selection) and functions of the digital input: "Function (pre-selection)" and "Function" parameter fields. Use the information in the tables below when setting the pre-selection: – Table 7-2 Function assignment at function (pre-selection): "Free" (Page 55). –...

  • Page 61: 5] Digital Outputs

    Commissioning 7.8 [2.09.5] Digital outputs [2.09.5] Digital outputs 7.8.1 Overview Digital outputs on the basic device Each basic device comes equipped with eight user-assignable digital outputs (relays) whose output contacts can be switched. The digital outputs can be used for different tasks, for example, signaling or control of valves.

  • Page 62: Functions

    Commissioning 7.8 [2.09.5] Digital outputs 7.8.2 Functions Basic device The following functions can be assigned to digital outputs: Table 7- 9 Basic device: Functions of the digital outputs Function Remark/cause Active level Span gas MR1, ..., MR4 Switching on span gas to calibrate a measuring range High DI logic 1 …...

  • Page 63: Setting Digital Outputs

    Commissioning 7.8 [2.09.5] Digital outputs Analyzer module These functions are permanently assigned (no parameter assignment is possible): Table 7- 10 Analyzer module: permanently assigned digital outputs Relay Functions Active level Remark/cause Safe measurement Enabled Digital outputs 21 or 24. The relay serves as status relay that signals an exit from safe Unsafe measurement Passive measurement.

  • Page 64

    Commissioning 7.8 [2.09.5] Digital outputs 4. Set function or component: "Component" or "Function" parameter field. Set component and function: – Table 7-16 Function (pre-selection) "Measuring ranges" (Page 66) – Table 7-18 Function (pre-selection) "Solenoid valves" (Page 67) – Table 7-14 Function (pre-selection) "Limit" (Page 66) Set function only: –...

  • Page 65: Setting Functions/components Of A Digital Output

    Commissioning 7.8 [2.09.5] Digital outputs 7.8.4 Setting functions/components of a digital output Procedures Table 7- 11 Function (pre-selection) "Free" Function Purpose/resulting settings (pre-selection) Free No function. Set one of the following pre-selections or cancel the process. Table 7- 12 Function (pre-selection) "Fault" Function Purpose/resulting settings (pre-selection)

  • Page 66

    Commissioning 7.8 [2.09.5] Digital outputs Table 7- 14 Function (pre-selection) "Limit" Function Purpose/resulting settings (pre-selection) Limits Signal limit violation 1. "Component" parameter field: – Authorize access with corresponding PIN, if necessary. – Select available component. 2. "Function" parameter field: Select one of the two assigned limits. Table 7- 15 Function (pre-selection) "Ext.

  • Page 67

    Commissioning 7.8 [2.09.5] Digital outputs Table 7- 17 Function (pre-selection) "Process tags" Function Purpose/resulting settings (pre-selection) Process tags Output measured value of the used process tag. 1. "Function" parameter field: Authorize access with corresponding PIN, if necessary. 2. Select one of the offered process tags. Table 7- 18 Function (pre-selection) "Solenoid valves"...

  • Page 68

    Commissioning 7.8 [2.09.5] Digital outputs Table 7- 20 Function (pre-selection) "Other functions" Function Purpose/resulting settings (pre-selection) Other functions Set additional functions. 1. "Function" parameter field: Authorize access with corresponding PIN, if necessary. 2. Select one of the offered functions: – Sync.

  • Page 69: Settings > Gas Path/process Tag Label

    Commissioning 7.9 [2.12] Settings > Gas path/process tag label [2.12] Settings > Gas path/process tag label Note Parameter assignment of the gas path/process tags The parameter assignment of the process tags in case of a separate gas path is only possible if two analyzer modules are installed in the device.

  • Page 70: Settings > Calibrations

    Commissioning 7.10 [2.08] Settings > Calibrations 7.10 [2.08] Settings > Calibrations 7.10.1 Basics 7.10.1.1 Calibration/validation Difference between calibration/validation Calibration In a calibration, the device is adapted to its measurement task(s). For the actual value to be equal to the setpoint, the device changes one or more calibration factors during calibration. Calibration parameters are assigned manually.

  • Page 71

    Commissioning 7.10 [2.08] Settings > Calibrations Types of calibration You can set the following types of calibration: Table 7- 21 Types of calibration Calibration Description 1-point zero gas calibration This calibration eliminates drifts in the zero point. The setpoint corresponds to the actual value in the zero point.

  • Page 72: Sequence Of A Calibration/validation

    Commissioning 7.10 [2.08] Settings > Calibrations 7.10.1.2 Sequence of a calibration/validation Overview When you start the calibration, a wizard is started that guides you through calibration. Depending on the type of calibration selected, the wizard includes the following steps: Figure 7-3 Steps during calibration Step 1: Information about the current calibration ("Info") Once the wizard has started, an information window is displayed.

  • Page 73

    Commissioning 7.10 [2.08] Settings > Calibrations Steps 2, 4: Connect zero gas / Connect span gas During the transition to steps 2 or 4, the device changes to "Calibration" operating state. Any assigned external solenoid valves for the zero gas or span gas are switched according to the parameter assignment of the digital outputs.

  • Page 74: [2.08.1] Setpoints, Tolerances, Flow Time

    Commissioning 7.10 [2.08] Settings > Calibrations 7.10.2 [2.08.1] Setpoints, tolerances, flow time 7.10.2.1 Overview of setpoints, tolerances, purging time This menu gives you access to the settings you need for preparation of a calibration/validation. The menu contains the following submenus: Table 7- 22 Setpoints, Tolerances, Purging Time Structure of the navigation lines...

  • Page 75: Setting The Setpoints

    Commissioning 7.10 [2.08] Settings > Calibrations 7.10.2.2 Setting the setpoints Procedure 1. Main menu > "2. Settings" > "08. Calibrations" > "1. Setpoints, tolerances, purge time" > "1. Setpoints" In this component-specific menu you can enter the setpoints for zero gas and span gas calibrations for each measuring range.

  • Page 76: Setting Validation Tolerances

    Commissioning 7.10 [2.08] Settings > Calibrations 7.10.2.3 Setting validation tolerances Procedure 1. Main menu > "2. Settings" > "08. Calibrations" > "1. Setpoints, tolerances, purge time" > "2. Validation tolerances" The settings of this menu cause the device to monitor the deviations of the zero point or span point compared to the last calibration.

  • Page 77: Setting The Calibration Tolerances

    Commissioning 7.10 [2.08] Settings > Calibrations 7.10.2.4 Setting the calibration tolerances Procedure 1. Main menu > "2. Settings" > "08. Calibrations" > "1. Setpoints, tolerances, purge time" > "3. Calibration tolerances" The settings of this menu cause the device to monitor the deviations of the zero point or span point compared to the last calibration.

  • Page 78: Setting The Sample Gas Purging Time

    Commissioning 7.10 [2.08] Settings > Calibrations 7.10.2.5 Setting the sample gas purging time Requirement The sample gas purging time is the time that elapses from switching of the solenoid valve until measurement of the sample gas. Because of the different use environments, it is possible to assign the sample gas purging time.

  • Page 79: [2.08.3] Carry Out Calibrations

    Commissioning 7.10 [2.08] Settings > Calibrations 7.10.3 [2.08.3] Carry out calibrations 7.10.3.1 [2.08.3.2] Free calibration Overview of free calibration You can use this menu if you do not require the calibration pool or if you wish to carry out a trial calibration/validation.

  • Page 80

    Commissioning 7.10 [2.08] Settings > Calibrations 5. Assign measuring range(s): "Measuring range" parameter field. Note Setting the measuring ranges Check the settings of the measuring ranges before you assign a calibration to a range. Make sure that the measuring ranges are set appropriately for the respective application. Adjust the settings of the measuring ranges again, if necessary: [2.03] Settings >...

  • Page 81: A.1 References

    Appendix A References Table A- 1 LVZ1 Operating manual LUI SIPROCESS GA700 Operating manual Local User Interface, A5E03626026 Table A- 2 LVZ2 Operating manual PDM SIPROCESS GA700 Operating manual SIMATIC PDM, A5E03626249 Table A- 3 LVZ3 Operating instructions SIPROCESS GA700...

  • Page 82

    Appendix A A.1 References Quick Start Compact Operating Instructions, 01/2013, A5E31805656-01...

  • Page 83: Index

    Index History, 7 Electrical connection, 18 1-point span gas calibration, 71 Wall-mounted device, 23 1-point zero gas calibration, 71 Identification, 45 2-point calibration, 71 Installation Requirements, 13 Installation location Requirements, 14 Calibration, 70 Installing Free calibration, 79 Drilling template, 15 Sequence, 72 Rack-mounted device, 14 Setting the sample gas purging time, 78...

  • Page 84

    Index Commissioning, 49 Sample gas path with pipes Checking for leaks, 31 Sample gas path with tubes Checking for leaks, 31 Sample gas purging time, 74 Security PIN, 49 Setpoints Span gas calibration, 75 Zero gas calibration, 75 Single calibration, 71 Time Setting, 50 Total calibration, 71...

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