ABB Navigator 550 Commissioning Instructions
ABB Navigator 550 Commissioning Instructions

ABB Navigator 550 Commissioning Instructions

Hydrazine wet-section
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Navigator 550
Hydrazine wet-section
Introduction
Navigator 550
hydrazine wet-section
This publication provides commissioning
instructions for the Navigator 550 hydrazine wet-
section. The wet-section is used in conjunction with
the Navigator 540 transmitter.
Note.
Purchase or prepare the correct solutions prior to
commissioning:
• to purchase solutions, contact your local ABB
representative
• to prepare solutions, refer to Solution
preparation (overleaf)
Measurement made easy
For more information
Further publications are available for free download
from:
abb.com/measurement
or by scanning this code:
Data Sheet
Navigator 500
Hydrazine analyzer
Operating Instruction
Navigator 500
Hydrazine analyzer
Commissioning Instruction
Navigator 540 transmitter
Search for or click on
DS/AHM550-EN
OI/AHM550-EN
CI/AWT540-EN

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  • Page 1 — Navigator 550 hydrazine wet-section This publication provides commissioning Further publications are available for free download instructions for the Navigator 550 hydrazine wet- from: section. The wet-section is used in conjunction with abb.com/measurement the Navigator 540 transmitter. or by scanning this code: Note.
  • Page 2: Health And Safety

    Potential safety hazards Electrical The Navigator 550 hydrazine wet-section operates from 24 V DC supplied from the Navigator 540 transmitter. There are no hazardous voltages present. Chemical reagents Warning. To ensure safe use when handling chemicals, the following points must be observed: ...
  • Page 3: Specification

    ABB is committed to ensuring that the risk of any environmental damage or pollution caused by any of its products is minimized as far as possible.
  • Page 4: Sample Requirements

    Sample requirements Mounting the wet-section The sampling point should be as near as possible to the wet-section Refer to Fig. 2 for wet-section dimensions. The wet-section weighs and must provide a thoroughly mixed representative sample. 4.5 kg (10 lb), excluding solutions. The sample must conform to the following conditions: Note.
  • Page 5: Connecting The Sample Lines

    Connecting the sample lines Connecting the standard solution 2 (high) and reagent tubing Note. Connections to the standard solution 2 (high) and reagent  Sample inlet tubing is customer-supplied. containers (at the QD couplings) must be made on site. All other internal wet-section tubing connections are factory-made.
  • Page 6 Setup This section describes how to set up the analyzer up for first-time 5. Set up an appropriate sample flow into the wet-section – use. check that the solution weirs over the adjustable overflow pipe in the constant-head unit and flows through the sensor. Caution.
  • Page 7 b. Press the key to select the Enter Configuration menu and press the key (below the icon). The Access Level page is displayed: Access Level Read Only Calibrate Blue Advanced Service Back Select c. Use the key to scroll to the Advanced access level and press the key (below the Select prompt) to enter the top level Configuration menus.
  • Page 8 We reserve the right to make technical changes or modify the contents of this document without prior notice. With regard to purchase orders, the agreed particulars shall prevail. ABB does not accept any responsibility whatsoever for potential errors or possible lack of information in this document.

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