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  • Page 1 Operating Instructions Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ®...
  • Page 2 MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 Revision History Revision Comment Date Issue 6 A04544 May 2015 Issue 7 A05004 July 2017...
  • Page 3: Safety Warnings And Information

    North America, the National Electrical Code (NFPA 70) should be strictly observed. Elsewhere the appropriate local or national regulations should be used. Searchpoint Optima Plus is designed for installation and use in Zone 1 or 2 hazardous areas (International) and for Class 1 Division 1 or 2 area applications (North America).
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 Contents Section Page SAFETY WARNINGS AND INFORMATION HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL BATTERIES DISPOSAL 1.3.1 Searchpoint Optima Plus 1.3.2 Packaging INFORMATION INTRODUCTION SEARCHPOINT OPTIMA PLUS SEARCHPOINT OPTIMA PLUS OPTIONS TERMINATION UNIT OPTIONS COMMISSIONING AND MAINTENANCE TOOLS WEATHER PROTECTION ACCESSORIES GASSING ACCESSORIES MOUNTING ACCESSORIES...
  • Page 5 MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 Contents USE OF THE SHC1 HANDHELD INTERROGATOR 8.1 INTRODUCTION 8.2 SHC1 CONNECTION 8.3 SHC1 OPERATION 8.4 STATUS INDICATION 8.5 SHC1 BATTERY REPLACEMENT COMMISSIONING USING SHC1 HANDHELD INTERROGATOR INTRODUCTION FIRST TIME SWITCH ON CLEAR FAULTS OR WARNINGS FIX THE 4-20 MA OUTPUT TEST 4-20 MA LOOP INTEGRITY MAINTENANCE USING SHC1 HANDHELD INTERROGATOR 10.1 INTRODUCTION 10.2 INSPECTION 10.3 INSPECTION OF A UNIT FITTED WITH A FLOW HOUSING 10.4 BUMP TEST (GAS CHALLENGE) 10.5...
  • Page 6 MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 Contents MAINTENANCE USING HART COMMUNICATIONS ® 13.1 INTRODUCTION 13.2 INSPECTION 13.3 INSPECTION OF A UNIT FITTED WITH A FLOW HOUSING 13.4 BUMP TEST (GAS CHALLENGE) 13.5 BUMP TEST (GAS CHALLENGE) WITH REMOTE GASSING CELL (RGC) 13.6 RE-ZERO SEARCHPOINT OPTIMA PLUS 13.7 CALIBRATION 13.8 STORE CALIBRATION INFORMATION 13.9 INVESTIGATION OF FAULTS OR WARNINGS PROBLEM SOLVING 14.1 TROUBLESHOOTING 14.2 WARNING AND FAULT MESSAGES 14.3...
  • Page 7 MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 Contents APPENDIX 2 – HART ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS ® 20.1 CHANGING THE TARGET GAS 20.2 SET HART LOOP CURRENT MODE ® APPENDIX 3 – SPECIAL NOTES FOR HONEYWELL MC TOOLKIT USERS APPENDIX 4 – END OF LIFE BATTERY REMOVAL APPENDIX 5 - HART COMMANDS USED ® 23.1 UNIVERSAL COMMANDS 23.2 COMMON-PRACTICE COMMANDS 23.2.1 Supported Commands 23.2.2 Burst Mode 23.2.3...
  • Page 8: How To Use This Manual

    Operating Instructions 2108M0550 1. Safety Warnings and Information 1.1 How to use this manual This manual contains three sets of instructions for Searchpoint Optima Plus - as a stand alone unit, when using the SHC1 Handheld Interrogator and when using the HART communications. Use the guide below to ®...
  • Page 9: Batteries

    1.3 Disposal 1.3.1 Searchpoint Optima Plus When Searchpoint Optima Plus reaches the end of its life it should be disposed of in accordance with local regulations. Searchpoint Optima Plus consists of the following types of materials: - •...
  • Page 10: Information

    1. Safety Warnings and Information 1.4 Information This manual is for use with Searchpoint Optima Plus, Searchpoint Optima Plus XTC, Searchpoint Optima X and Searchpoint Optima Z units of mod state 9 and above. For Searchpoint Optima X and Searchpoint Optima Z please also refer to the supplementary information sent with the product.
  • Page 11: Introduction

    2108M0550 2. Introduction 2.1 Searchpoint Optima Plus Searchpoint Optima Plus is an infrared hydrocarbon gas detector suitable for use in hazardous areas. It has worldwide certification approvals including IECEx, ATEX, UL and CSA. It uses the principle of infrared absorption to detect hydrocarbon gases and vapours in various concentration ranges.
  • Page 12: Searchpoint Optima Plus Options

    2. Introduction 2.2 Searchpoint Optima Plus Options Searchpoint Optima Plus is available in an ethylene version which is optimised for the detection of certain solvents. Searchpoint Optima X is a variant of Searchpoint Optima Plus exclusively for use in sampling systems.
  • Page 13: Termination Unit Options

    MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 2. Introduction 2.3 Termination unit options There are several termination unit options for Searchpoint Optima Plus, depending on the certification required, whether digital communications will be used and additional features such as a local display. HALO Junction Box* • ATEX, IECEx approvals •...
  • Page 14: Commissioning And Maintenance Tools

    Operating Instructions 2108M0550 2. Introduction 2.4 Commissioning and Maintenance Tools SHC1 Handheld Interrogator The SHC1 Handheld Interrogator is a commissioning and maintenance tool which communicates with Searchpoint Optima Plus. It can be connected directly to a DVC100 series termination unit (non-intrusive), or used with other types of junction box provided the SHC Protection Device is used (hot work permit required). • Use for configuration, commissioning, test and maintenance • Portable • Intrinsically safe • Dedicated communication device for Honeywell Analytics optical detectors...
  • Page 15: Gassing Accessories

    This accessory will increase the detector’s response time. 2.6 Gassing Accessories Searchpoint Optima Plus has a range of accessories designed to assist with gas testing. Calibration Cap (2108B0272) Gassing Cover (2108D0258) Inlet Outlet Used to apply gas to Searchpoint Used to achieve accurate calibration Optima Plus in the field. Suitable for...
  • Page 16: Mounting Accessories

    2.7 Mounting Accessories Junction Box Adaptor Plate (04200-A-1040) The Junction Box Adaptor Plate enables low gland clearance junction boxes to be used without the Searchpoint Optima Plus fouling on the wall / mounting surface, for example the Honeywell Analytics Junction Box (00780-A-0100). It also has mounting points for the DVC100 and DVC100...
  • Page 17 US Duct Mounting Kit – NPT Threads (2442-0016) This kit enables ¾ NPT versions of Searchpoint Optima Plus to be conveniently mounted inside a duct. Electrical connections are made to the detector via a junction box which is mounted outside of the duct.
  • Page 18: Mechanical Installation

    Note: Searchpoint Optima Plus must be mounted horizontally to reduce the risk of contamination building up on the optical surfaces. The Standard Installation section describes general mounting and installation. Additional information is provided for using Searchpoint Optima Plus in a sampling system or a duct, and for the use of the Remote Gassing Cell.
  • Page 19: Standard Installation

    3. Mechanical Installation 3.2.1 Standard Installation 1. Select a suitable entry in the junction box - Searchpoint Optima Plus must be mounted horizontally. The mounting thread size is either M25 or ¾ NPT (certification dependent). 2. Secure the junction box to the mounting surface in the required orientation. Refer to individual junction box instructions for mounting information.
  • Page 20: Installation With A Flow Housing (sampling System)

    Inlet 6mm o/d Outlet Sampling systems should be designed to comply with the Searchpoint Optima Plus operating conditions, for example, sample temperature, cleanliness, water content, dust content etc. In addition, consider the following points: - 1. Flow rate should be between 0.7 litres per minute and 2 litres per minute.
  • Page 21: Sampling System Using Remote Gassing Cell (rgc)

    Remote Gassing Cell (RGC) in sampling systems. 6mm o/d Sampling systems should be designed to comply with the Searchpoint Optima Plus operating conditions, for example, sample temperature, cleanliness, water content, dust content etc. The RGC has inlet and outlet gassing pipes with outer diameter 6 mm. The cell is not directional so either pipe can be used as the inlet.
  • Page 22 1. Cut a square 230mm by 230mm hole in the duct wall. Drill the holes required to attach the mounting plate to the duct wall. 2. Place the Searchpoint Optima Plus unit on the side of the mounting plate where the threaded bushes protrude and feed the wires through the central hole.
  • Page 23 1. Cut a square 6” by 6” hole in the duct wall. Drill the holes required to attach the mounting plate to the duct wall. 2. Place the Searchpoint Optima Plus unit on the side of the mounting plate where the threaded bushes protrude and feed the wires through the central hole.
  • Page 24: Installation Of Gassing Pipes For Remote Gassing Cell

    The Remote Gassing Cell (RGC) is used for functional response checking (bump testing) when the Searchpoint Optima Plus is installed in an inaccessible location. The RGC should be fitted with gassing accessories as follows: - 1. Use an inlet pipe fitted with an inline particle filter. 2. Use an exhaust pipe fitted with a one-way valve. 3. Ensure that the exhaust vents well away from the Searchpoint Optima Plus to avoid affecting the gas reading. 4. High concentration gas will be used in the RGC. Ensure that the exhaust vents safely.
  • Page 25: Electrical Installation

    The maximum power consumption is 5 W. The maximum loop resistance is 600 Ω. The minimum loop operation is 230 Ω. resistance for HART ® Note: In current source mode, for supply voltages of 18 to 20 Vdc the maximum loop resistance is 500 Ω. The table below gives the total power consumption for Searchpoint Optima Plus with some common junction box options. Termination unit Total power consumption including Searchpoint Optima Plus HALO**...
  • Page 26: Cabling Recommendations

    500 V. • There is an earthing point on the outside of the Searchpoint Optima Plus enclosure for connection to protective earth. Alternatively, an earth connection can be made via the mounting thread, e.g. to conduit, a metal junction box, or a continuity plate in a plastic junction box.
  • Page 27 MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 4. Electrical Installation In addition, consider the following points: - General recommendations 1. In general, correctly engineered star earthing arrangements minimise earth current crosstalk and noise, improving the reliability and performance of instrumentation.
  • Page 28: Connections

    Orange RS485 A SHC1 Communication Blue RS485 B SHC1 Communication Green/Yellow Earth Protective Earth Note: Searchpoint Optima Plus is reverse polarity protected. The connection diagrams below show Searchpoint Optima Plus connected in current sink or current source mode. Note: Searchpoint Optima Plus will automatically detect whether it should operate in current sink or current source mode. Searchpoint Optima Plus Current Source Connection...
  • Page 29 MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 4. Electrical Installation Searchpoint Optima Plus Current Sink Connection...
  • Page 30: Operation

    2 mA The tolerance on the nominal current output value is ± 0.2 mA. During Warning status, the Searchpoint Optima Plus will continue to monitor gas, and will revert to Gas Reading status if a gas reading is detected. If a Warning is indicated, schedule maintenance to investigate and rectify the cause. If left unattended, the unit is likely to enter Fault status, when it will be offline.
  • Page 31: Commissioning

    Note: If the output reverts to 3 mA or < 1 mA, an active or latched Warning or Fault may be present. If this happens re-cycle the power. If the Warning or Fault persists, please refer to Chapter 14 Troubleshooting. Searchpoint Optima Plus is factory calibrated and it is not necessary to calibrate or gas test it during commissioning. However if local regulations or site practices require that a gas test is done to check that the unit is functioning, please see Chapter 7 Maintenance, Bump Test for instructions.
  • Page 32: Maintenance

    Caution: Gas readings may be generated during this procedure. Take appropriate action at the control and monitoring system to inhibit signals. 1. Inspect the Searchpoint Optima Plus unit, its junction box and cabling for any signs of physical damage. 2. Using a ½ inch / 13 mm A/F open ended spanner, unscrew the two retaining nuts and remove the Standard Weather Protection.
  • Page 33: Bump Test (gas Challenge)

    1. Fit a Gassing Cover to the Searchpoint Optima Plus. 2. Apply an appropriate test gas at a rate of 1 – 1.5 litres per minute for ~ 30 - 60 s. 3. Check that the Searchpoint Optima Plus responds to the test gas. The reading should be within ±20 % of the target. Note: If the gas reading is not acceptable for the application, re-zero the Searchpoint Optima Plus and repeat the test. The SHC1 Handheld Interrogator, the HART...
  • Page 34: Bump Test (gas Challenge) With Remote Gassing Cell (rgc)

    7.5 Bump Test (Gas Challenge) with Remote Gassing Cell (RGC) Using a test gas of 50 %v/v methane in the Remote Gassing cell (RGC), a gas response will be generated from most Searchpoint Optima Plus units. The reading depends on the target gas calibration of the unit. The RGC is a tool to check for a gas response and is not precise; therefore variability in response between units should be expected.
  • Page 35: Use Of The Shc1 Handheld Interrogator

    Read this chapter if the SHC1 Handheld Interrogator is being used to communicate with Searchpoint Optima Plus. 8.1 Introduction This chapter explains how to connect the SHC1 Handheld Interrogator to the Searchpoint Optima Plus and how to operate it. It also provides the menu structure for use with Searchpoint Optima Plus. The SHC1 Handheld Interrogator is a portable, intrinsically safe device which can be used to calibrate, test and commission all of Honeywell Analytics Searchpoint and Searchline optical gas detection products. The SHC1 Handheld Interrogator uses the detector’s communications link. Note: The SHC1 Handheld Interrogator does not read the HART communications.
  • Page 36 MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 8. Use of the SHC1 Handheld Interrogator IS Connector Flying Lead Note: The protection device must always be used for this type of connection. A hot work permit may be required for this procedure. Carry out the following procedure to connect using the protection device.: 1. Isolate all power supplies. 2. Remove the cover of the junction box.
  • Page 37: Shc1 Operation

    MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 8. Use of the SHC1 Handheld Interrogator 8.3 SHC1 Operation Press  and hold for three seconds to switch on. Calibrator Type SHC1 Press  and esc together and hold to switch off.
  • Page 38: Status Indication

    A stationery line shows the system is in inhibit W Active Warning F Active Fault A Alarm Press Enter to view the software version of Searchpoint Optima Plus. 8.5 SHC1 Battery Replacement To replace the battery in the SHC1 Handheld Interrogator proceed as follows: Note: To comply with certification, only use DURACELL MN1604 Type 6LR61 1. Remove the Interrogator from its protective pouch.
  • Page 39: Commissioning Using Shc1 Handheld Interrogator

    Test 4-20 mA Loop Integrity Check that there is sufficient compliance in the loop to signal alarm and overrange Caution: After changing any parameter, poll the Searchpoint Optima Plus and verify that the received value is correct. 9.2 First Time Switch On Note: Searchpoint Optima Plus is supplied calibrated and ready for use. It does not require calibration...
  • Page 40: Clear Faults Or Warnings

    Note: If the output reverts to 3 mA or < 1 mA, a Warning or Fault is present. Follow the instructions below to investigate and clear a warning or fault (see Clear Faults or Warnings). Searchpoint Optima Plus is factory calibrated and it is not necessary to calibrate or gas test it during commissioning. However if local regulations or site practices require that a gas test is done to check that the unit is functioning, please see Chapter 10 Maintenance, Bump Test for instructions.
  • Page 41: Test 4-20 Ma Loop Integrity

    Operating Instructions 2108M0550 9. Commissioning using SHC1 Handheld Interrogator 9.5 Test 4-20 mA Loop Integrity It is recommended that the 4-20 mA loop integrity is tested by setting the Searchpoint Optima Plus to output an overrange current. This will confirm that there are no faults in the system that would cause a current limit. Note: This function will timeout after 10 minutes of inactivity. Note: When connecting or disconnecting a multimeter, power off the Searchpoint Optima Plus, otherwise the unit will indicate a latched warning that the 4-20 mA loop was broken. If this occurs it can be cleared using the SHC1 Handheld Interrogator. See Clear Faults or Warnings.
  • Page 42: Maintenance Using Shc1 Handheld Interrogator

    Caution: Gas readings may be generated during this procedure. 1. Select Calibrate then Display to inhibit the 4-20 mA output signal. 2. Inspect the Searchpoint Optima Plus unit, its junction box and cabling for any signs of physical damage. 3. Using a ½ inch / 13 mm A/F open ended spanner, unscrew the two retaining nuts and remove the Standard Weather Protection.
  • Page 43: Inspection Of A Unit Fitted With A Flow Housing

    Caution: Gas readings may be generated during this procedure. 1. Select Calibrate then Display to inhibit the 4-20 mA output signal. 2. Inspect the Searchpoint Optima Plus unit, its junction box and cabling for any signs of physical damage. 3. Disconnect any pipework attached to the flow housing.
  • Page 44: Bump Test (gas Challenge)

    1. Select Calibrate then Display. (This will inhibit the 4-20 mA output signal). 2. Fit a Gassing Cover to the Searchpoint Optima Plus, if not already in place. 3. Apply an appropriate test gas at a rate of 1 – 1.5 litres per minute for ~ 30 - 60 s. 4. Check that the Searchpoint Optima Plus responds to the test gas. The reading should be within ±20 % of target. Note: If the gas reading is not acceptable for the application, re-zero the Searchpoint Optima Plus and repeat the test. Factors to consider when evaluating the gas response include: -...
  • Page 45: Re-zero Searchpoint Optima Plus

    7. Press Escape to return to the main menu. 10.6 Re-zero Searchpoint Optima Plus Re-zero Searchpoint Optima Plus if it has given an unexpected response to a gas test. In most cases a re-zero will restore accuracy and a full span calibration is not required.
  • Page 46: Calibration

    2. Fit a Calibration Cap to the Searchpoint Optima Plus. Ensure it is pushed on fully. 3. Select Calibrate then CalSensor. (This will inhibit the 4-20 mA output signal). 4. Ensure that there is zero gas present in the vicinity of the Searchpoint Optima Plus. If necessary, apply zero gas at a rate of 1 – 1.5 litres per minute.
  • Page 47: Investigation Of Faults Or Warnings

    MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 10. Maintenance using SHC1 Handheld Interrogator 10.8 Investigation of Faults or Warnings If the unit is signalling Fault or Warning on the 4-20 mA output, the problem should be investigated and remedied as soon as possible.
  • Page 48: Use Of The Hart ® Communications

    Detailed information about the HART protocol can be found at the HART Communication Foundation’s website ® ® www.hartcomm.org. HART is a master-slave protocol, i.e. the Searchpoint Optima Plus does not continually transmit data but ® will respond on request. Searchpoint Optima Plus has a HART Device Description (DD) file, which is provided on the CD supplied ® with the product, or available to download from Honeywell Analytics website www.honeywellanalytics.com or the HART Foundation website www.hartcomm.org.
  • Page 49: Menu Structure

    Searchpoint ® Optima Plus is disconnected. Ensure that Level 1 access is protected from unauthorised use by logging off when appropriate. 11.3.2 Menu Structure The welcome screen displays current information about the Searchpoint Optima Plus. WELCOME SCREEN Example Data 1 Device Setup 2 Gas Concentration...
  • Page 50 MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 11. Use of the HART Communications ® DEVICE SETUP MENU – LEVEL 1 ACCESS 1 Device Setup 1 User Level 1 Default 2 User Login Level 1...
  • Page 51: Menu Navigation

    MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 11. Use of the HART Communications ® 1 Device Setup 1 User Level 1 1 HART During Fault xxxx 2 User Login 2 Inhibit Current xxxx 3 Unit Status...
  • Page 52: Commissioning Using Hart ® Communications

    Clear Faults or Warnings How to clear faults or warnings that may be generated during commissioning Caution: After changing any parameter, poll the Searchpoint Optima Plus and verify that the received value is correct. Note: The instructions that follow assume that a suitable HART host (handheld or PC) is connected to the ®...
  • Page 53: First Time Switch On

    Note: If the output reverts to 3 mA or < 1 mA, a Warning or Fault is present. Follow the instructions below to investigate and clear a warning or fault (see Clear Faults or Warnings). Searchpoint Optima Plus is factory calibrated and it is not necessary to calibrate or gas test it during commissioning. However if local regulations or site practices require that a gas test is done to check that the unit is functioning, please see Chapter 13 Maintenance, Bump Test for instructions.
  • Page 54: Configure Hart ® Operation During Fault

    ® Setup menu. 12.3.2 Configure HART Operation during Fault ® Searchpoint Optima Plus is shipped with the Fault output current level set to < 1 mA. If the unit enters a Fault condition, the HART communications will not work (HART communications require > 1 mA to ® ®...
  • Page 55: Configure Warning, Inhibit And Overrange Signal Levels

    6. Enter the new value for the current within the allowed range and press Enter. 7. Select Overrange Current. 8. Enter the new value for the current within the allowed range and press Enter. 9. Press Send to send the information to Searchpoint Optima Plus. 10. Return to the Welcome screen. Note: If a value is sent which is outside the allowed range, it will be rejected. Searchpoint Optima Plus will offer the option to restore the previous value or re-enter another value.
  • Page 56: Fix The 4-20 Ma Output

    11. Select Transmitter ID. 12. Enter required information up to 32 characters (for example the device location) and press Enter. 13. Press Send to send the information to Searchpoint Optima Plus. 14. Return to the Welcome screen. 12.5 Fix the 4-20 mA Output The 4-20 mA output can be set to a fixed value between 1 mA and 21 mA, which can be used to calibrate the controller, or to test the system.
  • Page 57: Test 4-20 Ma Loop Integrity

    12. Commissioning using HART Communications ® 12.6 Test 4-20 mA Loop Integrity It is recommended that the 4-20 mA loop integrity is tested by setting the Searchpoint Optima Plus to output an overrange current. This will confirm that there are no faults in the system that would cause a current limit. Note: This function will timeout after 10 minutes of inactivity. Note: When connecting or disconnecting a multimeter, power off the Searchpoint Optima Plus, otherwise the unit will indicate a latched warning that the 4-20 mA loop was broken. If this occurs, it can be cleared using the HART communications.
  • Page 58: Configure Internal Alarm Threshold

    7. Return to the Welcome screen. 12.9 Simulation Searchpoint Optima Plus can simulate Alarm, Fault and Warning conditions. This can be used to test the response of the overall system. Simulated Alarms, Faults and Warnings will not be recorded in the Event...
  • Page 59: Clear Faults Or Warnings

    6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 to simulate different functions. 7. When test is complete select End Simulation and press Enter. 8. The display will show the message “No specific error”, press OK. 9. The display shows a note that the Searchpoint Optima Plus will return to normal operation, press OK. 10. Return to the Welcome screen.
  • Page 60 10. Press OK to initiate a Device Reset, which will clear any latched faults or warnings. Note: If any configuration changes have been made, wait 15 seconds before doing a soft reset or cycling the power. 11. The display shows a confirmation message. Press OK. 12. The display shows a note that the Searchpoint Optima Plus will return to normal operation, press OK. 13. Return to the Welcome screen.
  • Page 61: Maintenance Using Hart Communications

    2. Select Test. 3. Select Inhibit. 4. Select Start Inhibit and press Enter. 5. The display shows a confirmation message. Press OK. The 4-20 mA output is now inhibited. 6. Inspect the Searchpoint Optima Plus unit, its junction box and cabling for any signs of physical damage.
  • Page 62: Inspection Of A Unit Fitted With A Flow Housing

    3. Select Inhibit. 4. Select Start Inhibit and press Enter. 5. The display shows a confirmation message. Press OK. The 4-20 mA output is now inhibited. 6. Inspect the Searchpoint Optima Plus unit, its junction box and cabling for any signs of physical damage. 7. Disconnect any pipework attached to the flow housing. 8. Using a ½ inch / 13 mm A/F open ended spanner, remove the two black nuts which retain the flow housing. Keep the O-ring seals which are below the retaining nuts.
  • Page 63: Bump Test (gas Challenge)

    15. Press OK to initiate a Device Reset. Note: If any configuration changes have been made, wait 15 seconds before doing a soft reset or cycling the power. 16. The display shows a confirmation message. Press OK. 17. The display shows a note that the Searchpoint Optima Plus will return to normal operation, press OK. 18. Select Inhibit. 19. Select End Inhibit and press Enter. 20. The display shows a confirmation message. Press OK to release the 4-20 mA output.
  • Page 64: Bump Test (gas Challenge) With Remote Gassing Cell (rgc)

    13.5 Bump Test (Gas Challenge) with Remote Gassing Cell (RGC) Using a test gas of 50 %v/v methane in the Remote Gassing cell (RGC), a gas response will be generated from most Searchpoint Optima Plus units. The reading depends on the target gas calibration of the unit. The RGC is a tool to check for a gas response and is not precise; therefore variability in response between units should be expected.
  • Page 65: Re-zero Searchpoint Optima Plus

    13.6 Re-zero Searchpoint Optima Plus Re-zero Searchpoint Optima Plus if it has given an unexpected response to a gas test. In most cases a re- zero will restore accuracy and a full span calibration is not required.
  • Page 66: Store Calibration Information

    5. Select Gas Calibration. 6. The display shows a warning message, press OK. 7. Ensure that there is zero gas present in the vicinity of the Searchpoint Optima Plus. If necessary, apply zero gas at a rate of 1 – 1.5 litres per minute. 8. When the gas reading on the display is stable press OK to initiate the Zero Calibration and then wait for approximately 15 s.
  • Page 67: Problem Solving

    13. Press OK to initiate a Device Reset, which will clear any latched faults or warnings. Note: If any configuration changes have been made, wait 15 seconds before doing a soft reset or cycling the power. 14. The display shows a confirmation message. Press OK. 15. The display shows a note that the Searchpoint Optima Plus will return to normal operation, press OK. 16. Return to the Welcome screen.
  • Page 68: Troubleshooting

    MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 14. Problem Solving The Troubleshooting section explains how to deal with problems that may be encountered when using Searchpoint Optima Plus. The Warnings and Faults section explains the meaning of diagnostic messages and the best course of action to deal with the problem.
  • Page 69 1. Check that the optics are clean and dry. If necessary clean optics and carry out a soft reset (see Maintenance, Inspection). High or low atmospheric pressure 1. Searchpoint Optima Plus does not compensate for the effects of atmospheric pressure, which can change the gas reading (see Specification).
  • Page 70 Protection device is connected correctly (see Use of the SHC1 Handheld Interrogator). Incorrect software 1. Searchpoint Optima Plus only works with SHC1 Handheld Interrogator software version 3v0 and above. Check software version. 2. If incorrect, contact Honeywell Analytics for the latest version of SHC1 Handheld Interrogator software.
  • Page 71 MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 14. Problem Solving Unit fails to respond to HART Incorrect connection 1. Check that the HART handheld device is ® ® handheld device connected properly. Incorrect Device Description file 1.
  • Page 72: Warning And Fault Messages

    MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 14. Problem Solving 14.2 WARNING and FAULT messages SHC1 HART Meaning Solution ® W – Temp Lim Warning Specified operating 1. Protect the unit from heat / cold.
  • Page 73: Further Assistance

    Please have the following information to hand: - • A description of the problem, including the steps taken to try to resolve it • The serial number of the Searchpoint Optima Plus For Searchpoint Optima Plus units with HART , please also locate the following information by selecting ® Device Info from the Device Setup menu: - • Dev id (unique Searchpoint Optima Plus identification number)
  • Page 74: Specifications

    HART communications ® Retention of battery backed up data* 3 years unpowered 4-20 mA Output Refresh Rate 250 ms Note: In current source mode, for supply voltages of 18 to 20 Vdc the maximum loop resistance is 500 Ω. * Searchpoint Optima Plus contains a backup battery which maintains the real time clock and event logs...
  • Page 75: Available Gas Calibrations

    316 stainless steel 15.2 Available Gas Calibrations CAUTION: For Special Gas Tables the ATEX Performance Approval only applies when Searchpoint Optima Plus is calibrated using the target gas or vapour. * NOTE: for instruments manufactured in the Russian Federation, calibration is available only for these gases: methane, ethane, propane, butane, ethylene.
  • Page 76 MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 15. Specifications D3004 Propane 74-98-6 100%LEL D3005 Butane 106-97-8 100%LEL Special Gases D3006 Propene 115-07-1 100%LEL D3012 Acetone 67-64-1 100%LEL 2.15 D3018 Butan-1-ol 71-36-3 100%LEL D3020 Butyl acetate...
  • Page 77 MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 15. Specifications D3084 Chloroethane 75-00-3 100%LEL D3090 1,2-Dichloroethane 107-06-2 100%LEL D3098 Dimethyl ether 115-10-6 100%LEL D3174 Propene 115-07-1 100%LEL Calibrated against EN61779 LEL levels Table Number Table Name...
  • Page 78: Ethylene Version Of Searchpoint Optima Plus

    Band C 100%LEL D3153 Band D 100%LEL D3175 Propane 5k 74-98-6 5k ppm 15.2.2 Ethylene version of Searchpoint Optima Plus Calibrated against EN50054 LEL levels Table Number Table Name CAS Number Full Scale LEL (%V/V) ATEX Performance Approved Standard Gases...
  • Page 79: Cross Interference To Other Gases And Vapours

    Propylene 0.8 %v/v The following gases are known to produce a negative response from Searchpoint Optima Plus: - • Ammonia • Acetylene • Propyne (Methyl Acetylene) As a guide, the approximate concentrations that will create a Fault condition in a Searchpoint Optima Plus calibrated for methane are: - Ammonia ~ 5500 ppm Acetylene ~ 1000 ppm Propyne (Methyl Acetylene)
  • Page 80: Ordering Information

    Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 16. Ordering Information Part Number Description Searchpoint Optima Plus: (add H to part number for HART option, e.g. 2108N4000H, add N to part number for non-HART ® ® option, e.g. 2108N4000N) Certified ATEX/IECEx 2108N4000...
  • Page 81 MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 16. Ordering Information Marine Approved 2108N4400 Hydrocarbon calibration, with dust barrier, weather housing, deluge/heat shade 2108N4401 Ethylene calibration, with dust barrier, weather housing, deluge/heat shade 2108N4410 Hydrocarbon calibration, with dust barrier, weather housing, deluge/heat shade, including remote...
  • Page 82 MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 16. Ordering Information Gassing Accessories 2108D0258 Gassing Cover 2108B0272 Calibration Cap 2108B0282 Flow Housing Mounting Accessories 04200-A-1040 Junction Box Adaptor Plate 2308B0930 HALO Retrofit Adaptor Plate Kit...
  • Page 83: Warranty Summary

    MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 17. Warranty Summary Honeywell Analytics warrants the Searchpoint Optima Plus against defective parts and workmanship and will repair or (at its option) replace any instruments which are or may become defective under proper use within 36 months from date of shipment from Honeywell Analytics. This warranty does not cover consumable items, normal wear and tear or damage caused by accident, abuse, improper installation, poisons, contaminants or abnormal operating conditions.
  • Page 84: Certification And Approvals

    18. Certification and Approvals 18.1 EC Declaration of Conformity A full EC declaration of conformity is available on the CD accompanying the product. This document lists the European Standards with which the Searchpoint Optima Plus complies. 18.2 Hazardous Area Certification 18.2.1 ATEX...
  • Page 85: Cu-tr Ex (eurasian) Approval - Xtc Version

    Special conditions for safe use The following special properties have to be considered at operation of the remote sensor: • See EC-type examination certificate Baseefa 13ATEX0296X • The parameter “warning” shall not be set to values between 3 mA and 5 mA • Searchpoint Optima Plus shall be calibrated using the target gas or vapour • The Modbus-interface is not subject of this supplement to the EC-type examination certificate • The HART-interface is included in this supplement to the EC-type examination certificate with respect to the use for configuration, commissioning, test and maintenance of the remote sensor •...
  • Page 86: Russian Pattern Approval (metrology) - Xtc Version

    0 to 100 0 to 1.2 Sterol 0 to 27 0 to 0.3 Please refer to the Metrology certificate for Searchpoint Optima XTC for full details. 18.4 Marine Approvals Searchpoint Optima Plus complies with the EC Marine Equipment Directive (MED). 0062/XX Note: XX represents the year of manufacture Type Approvals: Bureau Veritas American Bureau of Shipping Det Norsk Veritas Lloyd’s Register...
  • Page 87: Shc1 Handheld Interrogator Hazardous Area Certification

    Note: The instructions that follow assume that the SHC1 is switched on, in Optima+ mode, in the Main Menu. See Chapter 8 “Use of the SHC1 Handheld Interrogator” for details. Caution: After changing any parameter, poll the Searchpoint Optima Plus and verify that the received value is correct.
  • Page 88: Appendix 1 - Shc1 Additional Functions

    WARNING If a new gas table is selected, the Searchpoint Optima Plus MUST be re-calibrated using the target gas. Searchpoint Optima Plus stores a number of gas tables up to a maximum of 10. These include the Standard Gases (Methane, Ethane, Propane, Butane for Hydrocarbon units, Ethylene for Ethylene units) plus any Special Gases that have been specified when the unit was ordered. (For a full list of gases available to order please see Specification).
  • Page 89: Self Test

    MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 19. Appendix 1 – SHC1 Additional Functions 19.2 Self Test If there are any latched faults or warnings set in the unit, Self Test will report the generic error code “Hardware Fault Error 13”. Carry out a Soft Reset to clear the latches and remove this error.
  • Page 90: Appendix 2 - Hart ® Additional Functions

    1. Select Device Setup. 2. Select Gas Configuration then Gas Selection. 3. Select Choose Gas. Searchpoint Optima Plus stores a number of gas tables up to a maximum of 10. These include the Standard Gases (Methane, Ethane, Propane, Butane for Hydrocarbon units, Ethylene for Ethylene units) plus any Special Gases that have been specified when the unit was ordered. (For a full list of gases available to order please see Specification).
  • Page 91 13. Press Back twice to return to the Device Setup menu. The Searchpoint Optima Plus must now be calibrated using the new target gas. Use a cylinder of the target gas, of approximately 50 %FSD, with an accuracy of at least ± 2 %.
  • Page 92: Set Hart ® Loop Current Mode

    Caution: In Multi-Drop mode, the current loop should be AC coupled Note: When Searchpoint Optima Plus is set in Multi-Drop Mode, the 4-20 mA loop cannot be calibrated and any functions that force the 4-20 mA output to a set value are unavailable.
  • Page 93: Appendix 3 - Special Notes For Honeywell Mc Toolkit Users

    1. In section 12.7, “Calibrate the 4-20 mA Loop” the MC Toolkit will not display a message that data is being collected between steps 6 and 7, and between steps 9 and 10. 2. In section 13.6 “Re-zero Searchpoint Optima Plus” the MC Toolkit will not display a message that data is being collected during step 6.
  • Page 94: Appendix 4 - End Of Life Battery Removal

    22. Appendix 4 – End Of Life Battery Removal When Searchpoint Optima Plus reaches the end of its life, it should be disposed of in accordance with local regulations. Searchpoint Optima Plus contains a lithium battery of the type CR2032, which can be located and removed as follows.
  • Page 95: Appendix 5 - Hart ® Commands Used

    Enter/Exit Fixed Current Mode Perform Device Self-Test Perform Master Reset Trim DAC Zero Trim DAC Gain 23.2.2 Burst Mode Searchpoint Optima Plus does not support Burst Mode. 23.2.3 Catch Device Variable Searchpoint Optima Plus does not support Catch Device Variable.
  • Page 96: Device-specific Commands

    MAN0905_Issue 7_07/17 Searchpoint Optima Plus with optional HART output ® Operating Instructions 2108M0550 23. Appendix 5 – HART Commands Used ® 23.3 Device-Specific Commands The following device-specific commands are implemented: Command Number Description Read Gas Table Name Read available Gas Table Name Write Gas Table Index...
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