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Continuous gas analysis
SIPROCESS GA700
Rack-mounted device
Operating Instructions
05/2015
A5E31874006-03
Introduction
General safety instructions
Description
Application planning
Installing/removing modules
in the rack-mounted
enclosure
Installing the device
Connecting
Operation
Commissioning
Maintenance and service
Technical specifications
Dimension drawings
Appendix
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  • Page 1 Introduction General safety instructions Description Continuous gas analysis Application planning SIPROCESS GA700 Rack-mounted device Installing/removing modules in the rack-mounted enclosure Operating Instructions Installing the device Connecting Operation Commissioning Maintenance and service Technical specifications Dimension drawings Appendix 05/2015 A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 2 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..............................11 Purpose of this document......................11 History............................12 Notes on warranty........................13 Environmentally friendly use of resources................14 Conventions...........................15 General safety instructions.........................17 Proper use..........................17 Prerequisites for safe use......................18 Device modifications......................19 Laws and directives........................20 Conformity with European directives..................21 Qualified personnel........................22 Automatic reset........................23 Description..............................25 Overview..........................25 Rack-mounted housing......................26...
  • Page 4 Table of contents 3.7.3.1 Safety instruction(s).......................43 3.7.3.2 Sample gas restrictors/clamping screws................45 3.7.3.3 Conditions for use/installation....................48 3.7.4 Plug & measure permitted activities..................51 3.7.4.1 Plug & measure........................51 3.7.4.2 Setting instructions.........................52 3.7.4.3 Case differentiations......................53 Option modules........................56 Application planning...........................57 Notes on applications planning....................57 Operation with at least one OXYMAT 7.................59 Operation with at least one ULTRAMAT 7................61 Operation with at least one CALOMAT 7................62 Dispose of sample gas through an exhaust gas line..............63...
  • Page 5 Table of contents 7.2.2 OXYMAT 7..........................94 7.2.3 ULTRAMAT 7.........................96 7.2.4 CALOMAT 7...........................97 Operation..............................99 Commissioning............................101 Safety instructions........................101 Gas preparation........................103 OXYMAT 7...........................104 9.3.1 Selection of the reference gas.....................104 9.3.2 Reference gases........................104 9.3.3 Zero point error........................105 9.3.4 Introduction of reference gas....................107 9.3.5 Reference gas from the gas cylinder...................107 9.3.6 Checking the reference gas flow..................108 9.3.7...
  • Page 6 Table of contents Abbreviations........................139 References...........................141 Technical support.........................144 Certificate..........................145 Spare parts/accessories.......................146 A.6.1 Notes............................146 A.6.2 Spare parts slide-in device....................147 A.6.3 Spare parts OXYMAT 7.......................148 A.6.4 Spare parts ULTRAMAT 7....................149 A.6.5 Spare parts CALOMAT 7.....................151 Returned delivery.........................152 A.7.1 Service and support......................152 A.7.2 Returned delivery.........................152 Index.................................155 Tables Table 1-1...
  • Page 7 Table of contents Table 11-4 Rack-mounted enclosure: Option modules................125 Table 11-5 Rack-mounted enclosure: Climatic conditions................125 Table 11-6 OXYMAT 7: General technical specifications ................126 Table 11-7 OXYMAT 7: Measuring ranges....................126 Table 11-8 OXYMAT 7: Gas inlet conditions....................126 Table 11-9 OXYMAT 7: Temperature of sample chamber and gas path............127 Table 11-10 OXYMAT 7: Time response......................127 Table 11-11...
  • Page 8 Table of contents Table A-8 References 6 - Operating Instructions Field device "Ex d"............143 Table A-9 References 6 - Catalogs......................143 Table A-10 Spare parts list slide-in device....................147 Table A-11 Spare parts list OXYMAT 7 - standard..................148 Table A-12 Spare parts list OXYMAT 7 - Ex version ..................149 Table A-13 Spare parts list ULTRAMAT 7....................149 Table A-14...
  • Page 9 Table of contents Figure 7-2 Example of rear panel with OXYMAT 7, connecting the signal lines..........85 Figure 7-3 Pin assignments of processing module..................86 Figure 7-4 Pin assignment of optional module 1.1..................87 Figure 7-5 Pin assignment of optional module 2.1..................88 Figure 7-6 Pin assignment of optional module 2.2..................89 Figure 7-7 Rack-mounted device: Example of spark suppression on a relay contact........90...
  • Page 10 Table of contents Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 11: Introduction

    Introduction Purpose of this document This instruction manual contains all information that you will require to commission and use the device. This instruction manual only covers non-ex devices. It is intended for persons who assemble the device mechanically, connect it electrically, and commission it.
  • Page 12: History

    Introduction 1.2 History History The following table includes information on the different editions of this document. Table 1-1 History Edition Comment 01/2013 First edition 05/2014 Expansion option modules OM 1.1 and OM 2.2 (analog inputs, digital inputs, digital out‐ puts), corrections 05/2015 Extension for analyzer modules CALOMAT 7 and ULTRAMAT 7 Rack-mounted device...
  • Page 13: Notes On Warranty

    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 14: Environmentally Friendly Use Of Resources

    1.4 Environmentally friendly use of resources Environmentally friendly use of resources The device is characterized by an environmentally friendly use of resources during operation. You can obtain detailed information, for example, on the gas consumption, from your Siemens sales partner. See also...
  • Page 15: Conventions

    Introduction 1.5 Conventions Conventions Overview To allow easier navigation within this documentation, the tables below provide information on the use of markups and terminology. Table 1-2 Conventions on markups Representation Scope type "Add screen" ● Terminology that appears in the user interface, for example, dialog names, tabs, buttons, menu commands ●...
  • Page 16 Introduction 1.5 Conventions Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 17: General Safety Instructions

    (see also the chapter Description (Page 25) in this manual), and only in combination with the equipment and components of other manufacturers recommended or permitted by Siemens. WARNING Faults in the process resulting from incorrectly displayed measured values An incorrectly displayed measured value can result in misinterpretations or faults in the process.
  • Page 18: Prerequisites For Safe Use

    General safety instructions 2.2 Prerequisites for safe use 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.
  • Page 19: Device Modifications

    General safety instructions 2.3 Device modifications Device modifications WARNING Device modifications Modifications to the device can result in danger to personnel, plant and environment. Only carry out changes that are described in the instructions for the device. Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 20: Laws And Directives

    General safety instructions 2.4 Laws and directives Laws and directives The failure to observe directives and laws when connecting and mounting increases the danger of explosion and leakage due to improper handling. When connecting and installing, follow only the test certifications, stipulations and laws applicable in your country in order to avoid danger.
  • Page 21: Conformity With European Directives

    2.5 Conformity with European directives Conformity with European directives The manufacturer of the gas analyzers listed below is authorized to provide the respective labels with a CE marking: Gas analyzers SIPROCESS GA700 Types 7MB3000-abc0d-efg0 ● a=0,3 ● b=X,A ● c=X,A ●...
  • Page 22: Qualified Personnel

    General safety instructions 2.6 Qualified personnel Qualified personnel Qualified personnel are people who are familiar with the installation, mounting, commissioning, and operation of the product. These people have the following qualifications: ● They are authorized, trained or instructed in operating and maintaining devices and systems according to the safety regulations for electrical circuits, high pressures and aggressive as well as dangerous media.
  • Page 23: Automatic Reset

    10 seconds for a period of approx. 100 seconds to "inactive", i.e. to a recognized safe operating mode. If you are using SIPROCESS GA700 devices in critical processes, you observe the following information: ●...
  • Page 24 General safety instructions 2.7 Automatic reset Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 25: Description

    Description Overview General The rack-mounted device has a modular structure. It consists of a rack-mounted housing and at least one analyzer module. It may also contain option modules. Definition of terms ● Rack-mounted housing, basic unit: this includes the metal enclosure with local user interface, built-in processing unit (PU), and power supply unit.
  • Page 26: Rack-Mounted Housing

    Description 3.2 Rack-mounted housing Rack-mounted housing ① ⑤ Power supply Door ② ⑥ Processing unit Ethernet service interface ③ ⑦ Mounting location AM1 Keyboard ④ ⑧ Mounting location AM2 Display Figure 3-1 Design of rack-mounted enclosure ● The device is fastened, for example, in a cabinet or frame with four screws, see Installing (Page 81).
  • Page 27: Device/Module Identification

    Description 3.3 Device/module identification Device/module identification 3.3.1 Nameplate layout ① ④ Order number DataMatrix Code ECC 200 ② ⑤ Serial number Date of manufacture ③ Revision status Figure 3-2 Nameplate The nameplate with the order number and other important information is located on the left of the enclosure exterior.
  • Page 28 Description 3.3 Device/module identification The module nameplate with the order no. and other important information is located below the gas connections on the module exterior. Measured component examples M1 CO 0-500/5000 vpm M1 CO 0-500/5000 vpm M1 CO 0-500/5000 vpm M2 CO 0-500/5000 vpm M2 ‑...
  • Page 29: Oxymat 7

    Description 3.4 OXYMAT 7 OXYMAT 7 Note Condensation in the analyzer module Use a sample gas cooler that reduces the dew point of the sample gas to the extent that the gas in the analyzer does not condense. The internal sample gas paths are not heated. The sample chamber is warmed to 72 °C.
  • Page 30: Principle Of Operation Of Oxymat 7

    Description 3.4 OXYMAT 7 3.4.1 Principle of operation of OXYMAT 7 ① ⑦ Reference gas inlet Paramagnetic measurement effect ② ⑧ Restrictors Electromagnet with alternating current strength ③ ⑨ Reference gas channels Sample gas and reference gas outlet ④ ⑩ Microflow sensor Microflow sensor in the vibration compensation system (flow-type)
  • Page 31: Reference Gas Monitoring Oxymat 7

    Description 3.4 OXYMAT 7 oxygen partial pressure). When you combine two gases with differing oxygen content in a magnetic field, a partial pressure difference arises between them. The measuring effect is therefore always based on the difference in the oxygen content of the two gases. The two gases are referred to as the sample gas and the reference gas.
  • Page 32: Reference Gas Monitoring With Pressure Switch

    Description 3.4 OXYMAT 7 3.4.2.1 Reference gas monitoring with pressure switch Note No monitoring of measuring ability The reference gas pressure switch only has a protective function of the microflow sensors and is not intended to monitor the measuring ability. Monitoring is carried out to check that the reference gas pressure is at least 1 000 hPa above the sample gas pressure.
  • Page 33: Ultramat 7

    Description 3.5 ULTRAMAT 7 ULTRAMAT 7 ① ⑤ Sample gas inlet (1) Heat sink ② ⑥ Sample gas outlet (2) CAN connection ③ ⑦ Reference gas outlet (3) Power supply ④ ⑧ Reference gas inlet (4) Analog interface Figure 3-6 Design of ULTRAMAT 7, measurement and reference gas path with pipes Note Condensation in the analyzer module...
  • Page 34: How The Ultramat 7 Works

    Description 3.5 ULTRAMAT 7 3.5.1 How the ULTRAMAT 7 works Overview ① ⑦ Source, adjustable Reference chamber ② ⑧ Optical filter Sample gas outlet ③ ⑨ Beam splitter Detector chambers (measurement/reference compart‐ ment) ④ ⑩ Chopper Microflow sensor ⑤ ⑪ Sample gas inlet Decoupler ⑥...
  • Page 35: Reference Gas Monitoring

    Description 3.5 ULTRAMAT 7 Measuring principle The measurements are based on the molecular-specific absorption of infrared radiation bands (absorption bands). ULTRAMAT 7 analyzer modules use a spectral range which includes wavelengths of 2 to 9 µm. Although the absorbing wavelengths are characteristic of individual gases, they may partially overlap.
  • Page 36 Description 3.5 ULTRAMAT 7 For devices without flow-type reference compartment, the reference cuvette is filled with nitrogen and hermitically sealed (QL = 3.5 hPa*l/s) Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 37: Calomat 7

    Description 3.6 CALOMAT 7 CALOMAT 7 ① ⑤ Sample gas inlet Power supply connection ② ⑥ Sample gas outlet Analog output/digital output ③ ⑦ n.c. CAN connection ④ n.c. Figure 3-8 Design of CALOMAT 7, sample gas path with pipes Note Condensation in the analyzer module Ensure that the sample gas dew point is at least 5K below the ambient temperature.
  • Page 38: How The Calomat 7 Works

    Description 3.6 CALOMAT 7 3.6.1 How the CALOMAT 7 works Overview ① Sample gas inlet ② Measuring membrane with thin-film resistors ③ Sample gas outlet Figure 3-9 Principle of operation of CALOMAT 7 How it works/measuring principle The measuring method is based on the different levels of thermal conductivity of gases. CALOMAT 7 analyzer modules work with a micromechanically produced Si chip, the measuring membrane of which is equipped with thin-film resistors.
  • Page 39: Combined Operation

    ● If required, you can adapt the modules with combination sets ("Combination set with hoses"/"Combination set with pipes"). Additional information on combination sets is available from your Siemens partner: → Technical support (Page 144). Note...
  • Page 40: Figure 3-10 Slots For Analyzer Modules

    ● Only install analyzer modules manufactured for operation in a wall-mounted device into such a device. Additional information is also available from your Siemens partner → Technical support (Page 144). Slots for analyzer modules The figure below shows the slots for the analyzer modules:...
  • Page 41: Figure 3-11 Compatibility Matrix Analyzer Modules ↔ Slots

    3.7 Combined operation Compatibility matrix You can install a maximum of two analyzer modules in the enclosure of SIPROCESS GA700 analyzers. These fixed allocation rules apply: Not every module can be operated in every slot. The following compatibility matrix gives you an overview of the possible combinations: O7, U7, C7;...
  • Page 42: Operating Modes

    Description 3.7 Combined operation Examples of possible combinations: ● A CALOMAT 7 analyzer module can only be used in Slot 1. Combination with other modules is not permitted ● Combination: OXYMAT 7 analyzer module in Slot 1 and ULTRAMAT 7 analyzer module in Slot 2 ●...
  • Page 43: Operating Modes: Selection Of Operating Mode

    Description 3.7 Combined operation See also References (Page 141) Pressure operation/Suction operation The analyzer modules can also be operated in pressure operation and in suction operation: ● Pressure operation: For sample gas supply, only the overpressure of the sample gas from the gas line or gas cylinder is used.
  • Page 44 Description 3.7 Combined operation Note Unstable display of the measured value Pressure surges can result in unstable measured value displays when the sample gas flow is superimposed by fast pressure fluctuations or a sample gas pump delivers sample gas into the device.
  • Page 45: Sample Gas Restrictors/Clamping Screws

    Description 3.7 Combined operation 3.7.3.2 Sample gas restrictors/clamping screws Overview ① Sample gas bushing with 6 mm connection fittings, version with pipes ② Sample gas restrictors ③ Sample gas bushing with 6 mm connection fittings, version with hoses Figure 3-12 Sample gas connections with sample gas restrictors For rack-mounted and wall-mounted devices, the sample gas connections of the analyzer modules are 6 mm nozzles.
  • Page 46 Description 3.7 Combined operation Depending on the analyzer module, sample gas restrictors or clamping screws can be mounted at the connections: ● The sample gas restrictor is used to regulate the flow of gas in the sample gas path of an analyzer module.
  • Page 47: Figure 3-13 Distinction Between Sample Gas Restrictor And Clamping Screw, Sectional Drawing And View

    Description 3.7 Combined operation ① Sample gas restrictor ② Clamping screw Figure 3-13 Distinction between sample gas restrictor and clamping screw, sectional drawing and view from above Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 48: Conditions For Use/Installation

    Description 3.7 Combined operation 3.7.3.3 Conditions for use/installation Overview of mounting position ① Gas connection before installation of restrictor or clamping screw ② Gas connection after installation of restrictor or clamping screw ③ Rear clamp ring ④ Front clamp ring ⑤...
  • Page 49: Table 3-1 Mounting Conditions For The Sample Gas Restrictor: Oxymat 7

    Description 3.7 Combined operation OXYMAT 7 Table 3-1 Mounting conditions for the sample gas restrictor: OXYMAT 7 Sample gas restrictor/clamping screw Operating mode Operation with one Operation with two Operation with two OXYMAT 7 OXYMAT 7 in series OXYMAT 7 in parallel Pressure operation In front of the sample In front of the sample...
  • Page 50: Table 3-3 Mounting Conditions For The Sample Gas Restrictor: Calomat 7

    Description 3.7 Combined operation CALOMAT 7 Table 3-3 Mounting conditions for the sample gas restrictor: CALOMAT 7 Sample gas restrictor/clamping screw Operating mode Operation with one CALOMAT 7 Pressure operation ● Pre-assembled clamping screws. No retrofitting or dismantling. Suction operation Retrofitting example: "Pressure operation, serial"...
  • Page 51: Plug & Measure Permitted Activities

    Description 3.7 Combined operation Retrofitting example "Suction operation, serial" operating mode for OXYMAT 7/ULTRAMAT 7 When you are using the ULTRAMAT 7 and the OXYMAT 7 analyzer module in serial suction operation, you must convert the sample gas restrictor of the OXYMAT 7 analyzer module: Sample gas inlet →...
  • Page 52: Setting Instructions

    Description 3.7 Combined operation See also Plug & measure permitted activities (Page 51) Case differentiations (Page 53) Option modules (Page 56) 3.7.4.2 Setting instructions NOTICE Damage caused by inadmissible procedure/faulty operations Inadmissible procedure and/or faulty operations can result in damage to the device or its modules/electrical equipment in connection with Plug &...
  • Page 53: Case Differentiations

    Description 3.7 Combined operation Note Alarm window When you change the hardware of the device by replacing or adding modules or components, the alarm window "Device configuration changed" is displayed in the LUI during re- commissioning. To start the data synchronization, confirm the alarm by pressing <ENTER>. Depending on the specific application, parameter sets may have to be transmitted.
  • Page 54: Table 3-6 Plug & Measure - Installation/Replacement Of A Pm

    Description 3.7 Combined operation Case Description Data synchronization/Action Un‐ Re‐ An AM is replaced by an AM of a differ‐ Automatic data synchronization, no ac‐ change placed ent type. tion required by user. Un‐ An additional AM of the same type is to User action.
  • Page 55: Table 3-8 Plug & Measure - Am Slot Change

    Description 3.7 Combined operation Table 3-8 Plug & Measure - AM slot change Case Description Data synchronization/Action Un‐ AM1 → Internal swapping of modules between None change slots is not permitted! AM2 → Install the modules once again in their previous slot and restart the device.
  • Page 56: Option Modules

    Description 3.8 Option modules Option modules Option module 1.1 Option module 1.1 (OM1.1) provides eight additional digital inputs and twelve additional digital outputs. Because the module is a "passive" module, the processing unit is in charge of controlling the OM. Option module 2.1 The option module 2.1 (OM2.1) is a "passive"...
  • Page 57: Application Planning

    Application planning Notes on applications planning General Check using the technical specifications that your device is suitable for the measuring task. WARNING Feeding of gases with flammable components Do not operate a standard version of the analyzer (non-Ex device) in hazardous areas. Supply gases with flammable components at concentrations above the lower explosion limit (LEL) only in devices with pipes.
  • Page 58 Application planning 4.1 Notes on applications planning OXYMAT 7 Due to its functional principles, the analyzer module emits magnetic stray fields. Therefore, do not operate magnetically sensitive devices in the immediate vicinity of the analyzer module. Depending on the sensitivity, a distance of up to 50 cm from the analyzer module is required. Note Impact-free installation location Building vibrations, in particular in the frequency range from 6 to 15 Hz, can influence the...
  • Page 59: Operation With At Least One Oxymat 7

    Application planning 4.2 Operation with at least one OXYMAT 7 Operation with at least one OXYMAT 7 Measures The sample gas flow is created by overpressure of the process gas to be analyzed. Pressure surges are created, which can lead to an unsteady measured value display: ●...
  • Page 60: Table 4-1 Installation Conditions For The Sample Gas Restrictor

    Application planning 4.2 Operation with at least one OXYMAT 7 Table 4-1 Installation conditions for the sample gas restrictor Installation of the sample gas restrictor Operation with one OXYMAT 7 Operation with two OXYMAT 7 Operation with two OXYMAT 7 in series in parallel Sample gas is forced...
  • Page 61: Operation With At Least One Ultramat 7

    Application planning 4.3 Operation with at least one ULTRAMAT 7 Operation with at least one ULTRAMAT 7 There are no particular restrictions. Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 62: Operation With At Least One Calomat 7

    Application planning 4.4 Operation with at least one CALOMAT 7 Operation with at least one CALOMAT 7 No particular restrictions. Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 63: Dispose Of Sample Gas Through An Exhaust Gas Line

    Application planning 4.5 Dispose of sample gas through an exhaust gas line Dispose of sample gas through an exhaust gas line Keep the flow resistance in the exhaust line low by implementing the following measures: ● A short line ● A transition to a larger diameter Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 64 Application planning 4.5 Dispose of sample gas through an exhaust gas line Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 65: Installing/Removing Modules In The Rack-Mounted Enclosure

    Installing/removing modules in the rack-mounted enclosure Safety instructions General CAUTION Hot surface Following shutdown, the analyzer module is still very hot. Wait until the analyzer module has cooled down before dismounting. NOTICE Damage to the membrane keyboard and display Make sure that the membrane keyboard and display are not damaged during installation. NOTICE Damage to the device Improper installation or modification can damage the device and thus invalidate the approval.
  • Page 66 Installing/removing modules in the rack-mounted enclosure 5.1 Safety instructions Signal frequencies Note Signal frequencies for operation with two OXYMAT 7 analyzer modules If you install a second OXYMAT 7 analyzer module, the operating and signal frequencies of the two OXYMAT 7 analyzer modules have to differ from each other. ●...
  • Page 67: Rack-Mounted Housing Tool

    Installing/removing modules in the rack-mounted enclosure 5.2 Rack-mounted housing tool Rack-mounted housing tool Table 5-1 Rack-mounted housing tool Designation Quantity Screwdriver Torx T20 Torx T10 Hexagon socket wrench Torque wrench 0.2 to 2.5 Nm Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 68: Cables

    Installing/removing modules in the rack-mounted enclosure 5.3 Cables Cables Safety instructions NOTICE Cable damage Make sure that the cables are carefully laid and secured again after installation or when you replace an analyzer module. Cables can otherwise be damaged by friction or other mechanical influences.
  • Page 69 Installing/removing modules in the rack-mounted enclosure 5.3 Cables The power cables and ribbon cables are laid separate from each other in the enclosure and ② fastened with cable ties to the embossings intended for that purpose. The power cables ① are located at the bottom, the ribbon cables approximately in the center of the enclosure.
  • Page 70: Installing/Removing Analyzer Modules

    Installing/removing modules in the rack-mounted enclosure 5.4 Installing/removing analyzer modules Installing/removing analyzer modules 5.4.1 Note on installation / connecting up CAN bus cable NOTICE Confusing the connectors when connecting the modules When connecting the modules to the CAN bus, confusing the connectors can lead to damage to the device.
  • Page 71: Installation Of The Analyzer Module

    ● Install ULTRAMAT 7 analyzer modules manufactured for operation in a slide-in device only in slide-in devices. ● Install ULTRAMAT 7 analyzer modules manufactured for operation in a wall device only in wall devices. You can obtain information about this from your Siemens partner→ Technical support (Page 144).. Procedure ①...
  • Page 72: Wiring Oxymat 7

    Installing/removing modules in the rack-mounted enclosure 5.4 Installing/removing analyzer modules 1. Isolate the device from power. 2. Remove the enclosure cover. To do so, unscrew the two cap nuts on the rear panel and push the enclosure cover to the back. 3.
  • Page 73: Connecting The Ultramat 7

    Installing/removing modules in the rack-mounted enclosure 5.4 Installing/removing analyzer modules 5. Connect the gas connections, → OXYMAT 7 (Page 94). 6. Check the sample gas path for leaks, → Checking the sample gas path for leaks (Page 108). Note Reference gas line Use a reference gas line with the following characteristics at measuring spans of <...
  • Page 74: Connecting Calomat 7

    Installing/removing modules in the rack-mounted enclosure 5.4 Installing/removing analyzer modules 5. Connect the gas connections, → ULTRAMAT 7 (Page 96). 6. Check the sample gas path for leaks, → Checking the sample gas and reference gas path for leakage (Page 111). 5.4.5 Connecting CALOMAT 7 Procedure...
  • Page 75: Removing An Analyzer Module

    Installing/removing modules in the rack-mounted enclosure 5.4 Installing/removing analyzer modules 5.4.6 Removing an analyzer module Procedure ① ② Rack-mounted enclosure OXYMAT 7 analyzer module Figure 5-7 Removing an analyzer module based on the example of an OXYMAT 7 1. Isolate the device from power. 2.
  • Page 76: Installing Option Modules

    Installing/removing modules in the rack-mounted enclosure 5.5 Installing option modules Installing option modules 5.5.1 Mounting locations of option modules Features Information on option module features with inputs and outputs is available in the section Technical Specifications, see Table 11-4 Rack-mounted enclosure: Option modules (Page 125).
  • Page 77: Installing Option Modules

    Installing/removing modules in the rack-mounted enclosure 5.5 Installing option modules 5.5.2 Installing option modules Note Spare parts If you install option modules into the rack-mounted device at a later time, you must order the associated cable sets separately. Procedure ① ③...
  • Page 78: Wiring Option Modules

    Installing/removing modules in the rack-mounted enclosure 5.5 Installing option modules 5.5.3 Wiring option modules Procedure ① ② Analyzer module printed circuit board Interface, 26-pin ribbon cable to option module Figure 5-10 Analyzer module ③ ⑦ Processing unit Plug contact AM1 ④...
  • Page 79: Installing The Device

    Installing the device Safety information WARNING Protection against incorrect use of the rack-mounted device Use the rack-mounted device only within the voltage limits specified on the nameplate. NOTICE Damage to the membrane keyboard and the display Make sure when installing the rack-mounted device that the membrane keyboard and display are not damaged.
  • Page 80 Installing the device 6.1 Safety information Note The installation location should be: ● Easily accessible ● Vibration-free ● Within the ambient temperature limits Note Air circulation Make sure that there is no build up of heat at the installation location. Make sure that sufficient air circulates around the rack-mounted device.
  • Page 81: Installing

    Installing the device 6.2 Installing Installing Procedure ● Fasten the rack-mounted device with suitable screws and suitable tools. ● As an option, you can place the rack-mounted device on a guide bracket or floor panel in a rack or cabinet. The dimensions for the drill holes are specified in the dimension drawing.
  • Page 82 Installing the device 6.2 Installing Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 83: Connecting

    Connecting Electrical connections 7.1.1 Note on safety Note If auxiliary power is required, check that it corresponds with that on the nameplate and with the test certification valid for your country. 7.1.2 Connecting the power supply Requirements Note Appliance plug An appliance plug is included in the scope of delivery.
  • Page 84: Figure 7-1 Connecting The Power Supply

    Connecting 7.1 Electrical connections Procedure ① ② Power supply Appliance plug Figure 7-1 Connecting the power supply ② 1. Connect the wires of the connecting cable to the appliance plug . Ensure that the power supply and PE conductor connections are correct! If you are using the power plug that is available as an option, tighten the screws in the appliance plug with the following torques: –...
  • Page 85: Connection Of The Signal Lines

    Connecting 7.1 Electrical connections 7.1.3 Connection of the signal lines Detail view of option module connections ① OM1.1 and OM2.1/2.2 with embossed connector numbers on the enclosure's rear panel ② Power supply ③ Processing module, Ethernet (MODBUS TCP), and 37-pin sub-D (female), digital inputs and outputs ④...
  • Page 86: Electrical Connections, Pin Assignment

    Connecting 7.1 Electrical connections 7.1.4 Electrical connections, pin assignment Note Number of inputs and outputs The number of inputs/outputs that are actually available in the device depends on the installed optional modules. The paragraph below includes an overview of all inputs/outputs. Floating via optocoupler "0"...
  • Page 87: Figure 7-4 Pin Assignment Of Optional Module 1.1

    Connecting 7.1 Electrical connections Figure 7-4 Pin assignment of optional module 1.1 Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 88: Figure 7-5 Pin Assignment Of Optional Module 2.1

    Connecting 7.1 Electrical connections Figure 7-5 Pin assignment of optional module 2.1 Note Limited number of analog outputs Because of the functional principle, only a limited number of analog outputs is available. Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 89: Spark Suppression: Example

    Connecting 7.1 Electrical connections Figure 7-6 Pin assignment of optional module 2.2 7.1.5 Spark suppression: Example Safety instruction(s) NOTICE Damage to the digital outputs due to missing external protective circuit Arcs can result when switching inductances without external protective circuit; these can damage the digital outputs/relays.
  • Page 90 Connecting 7.1 Electrical connections Overview: Spark suppression for rack-mounted device ① Sub-D connector, 37-pin: Pin number 6: Function in the analyzer ② Terminal end/spark suppression ③ Power supply unit DI ...- Digital input. Floating " 0 V (-3 ... +5 V) via optocoupler: "...
  • Page 91 Connecting 7.1 Electrical connections Measures to suppress sparks ● To suppress sparks via relay contacts, you can use RC elements. In direct current operation, you can also use a spark killer diode instead of the RC element. ● The RC element results in a drop-out delay for an inductive component, for example, a solenoid valve.
  • Page 92: Gas Connections

    Connecting 7.2 Gas connections Gas connections Safety information WARNING Possible leakages of gas path Tighten the clamp ring screwed glands in accordance with the mounting specifications of the manufacturer using a suitable open-ended wrench. In the process, make sure that you counter properly.
  • Page 93: Installation/Removal Of Restrictors

    Connecting 7.2 Gas connections Note Unstable display of the measured value Pressure surges can result in unstable measured value displays when the sample gas flow is superimposed by fast pressure fluctuations or a sample gas pump delivers sample gas into the device.
  • Page 94: Oxymat 7

    Connecting 7.2 Gas connections Installation/removal The installation, removal and retrofitting of clamping screws or sample gas restrictors is limited to only a few module types. For additional information, see → Gas connections (Page 43). 1. Installing restrictor or clamping screw: Screw the sample gas restrictor or the clamping screw into the outlet.
  • Page 95 Connecting 7.2 Gas connections Arrangement of the gas connections ① OXYMAT 7 Sample gas inlet Sample gas outlet N.C., bypass outlet for version with external reference gas pump Reference gas inlet Figure 7-8 OXYMAT 7 gas connections Version with pipes The sample gas connections are made of stainless steel, material no.
  • Page 96: Ultramat 7

    Connecting 7.2 Gas connections Installation of FKM hoses: ● Connect the PTFE pipe sections (30 mm long) to the screwed glands. ● Slide the FKM hoses onto the PTFE pipes. ● Secure the hoses with hose clamps. 7.2.3 ULTRAMAT 7 Arrangement of the gas connections ①...
  • Page 97: Calomat 7

    Connecting 7.2 Gas connections Connect the gas lines to the corresponding inlets/outlets. Note Pipes Connect the pipes with the gas connections using suitable clamp ring screwed glands. The material of the parts in contact with the gas (clamp ring screwed glands) must be appropriate to the application.
  • Page 98 Connecting 7.2 Gas connections Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 99: Operation

    Operation Information on operation of the rack-mounted device is included in the operating manuals: ● Operating with the Local User Interface, see Table A-3 References 1 - Operating Manuals LUI (Page 141) ● Operation with SIMATIC PDM, see Table A-4 References 2 - Operating Manuals PDM (Page 141) See also References (Page 141)
  • Page 100 Operation Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 101: Commissioning

    Commissioning Safety instructions General WARNING Danger of poisoning by escaping gas Tighten the threaded joints in accordance with the mounting specifications of the manufacturer using a suitable open-ended wrench. In the process, make sure that you counter properly. Otherwise, there is a danger that the gas path will leak. WARNING Feeding of gases with flammable components Do not use a standard version of the analyzer in hazardous areas.
  • Page 102 Commissioning 9.1 Safety instructions ULTRAMAT 7 pressure correction If you are using the analyzer module with atmospheric pressure sensor, make sure that the pressure drop caused by the piping system at the sample gas outlet does not exceed 10 hPa (large line diameter, short line length).
  • Page 103: Gas Preparation

    Commissioning 9.2 Gas preparation Gas preparation Sample gas and reference gas quality with own gas preparation Note Gas preparation The analysis chamber may be contaminated if you do not prepare the gas sufficiently. This can result in a measured value drift and temperature-dependent measuring errors. ●...
  • Page 104: Oxymat 7

    Commissioning 9.3 OXYMAT 7 OXYMAT 7 9.3.1 Selection of the reference gas The various measuring spans must have at least one common value. This value is then defined as the "physical zero point" and applies to all the measuring ranges. The reference gas can be selected on the basis of the "physical zero point".
  • Page 105: Zero Point Error

    Commissioning 9.3 OXYMAT 7 In order for measurements with a measuring range of 2% to be realized, the exact O share of the reference gas "Air" must be known. Use this value as the setpoint for a zero point calibration. 9.3.3 Zero point error Accompanying gases (interfering gases) cause a zero point deviation that is positive with...
  • Page 106: Table 9-4 Zero Point Error Of Noble Gases

    Commissioning 9.3 OXYMAT 7 Table 9-4 Zero point error of noble gases Accompanying gas (concentration 100 vol. %) Zero point deviation in vol. % O absolute Helium +0,33 Neon +0,17 Argon -0,25 Krypton -0,55 Xenon -1,05 Table 9-5 Zero point error of inorganic gases Accompanying gas (concentration 100 vol.
  • Page 107: Introduction Of Reference Gas

    Commissioning 9.3 OXYMAT 7 Information on interference gas correction is available in the following operating manuals: ● Operating with the Local User Interface Table A-3 References 1 - Operating Manuals LUI (Page 141) ● Operation with SIMATIC PDM Table A-4 References 2 - Operating Manuals PDM (Page 141) See also References (Page 141)
  • Page 108: Checking The Reference Gas Flow

    Commissioning 9.3 OXYMAT 7 9.3.6 Checking the reference gas flow 1. Close the sample gas inlet. 2. Lay a hose with an internal diameter of 4 mm from the sample gas outlet into a beaker filled with water. 3. Apply reference gas to the analyzer module. The reference gas must exit slowly with 1 to 2 bubbles per second through the water filling (at versions with flow-type compensation circuit, 2 to 4 bubbles per second).
  • Page 109 Commissioning 9.3 OXYMAT 7 3. Apply a pressure of approximately 1 500 hPa (absolute pressure) to the measuring gas inlet. Then close the measuring gas inlet. 4. Wait for approximately 1 minute until the test gas that flowed in has reached the ambient temperature.
  • Page 110: Ultramat 7

    Commissioning 9.4 ULTRAMAT 7 ULTRAMAT 7 9.4.1 Sample gas inlet conditions Implement the appropriate measures (e.g. cooler, condensate separator, heated device) to avoid condensation on individual sample gas components in the device. See also Technical data ULTRAMAT 7 (Page 129) 9.4.2 Flow-type reference gas compartment Selection of the reference gas...
  • Page 111: Interference Gases/Zero Point Error

    Commissioning 9.4 ULTRAMAT 7 Note Gas supply The gas supply of the reduced flow-type reference compartment must have a pressure of 2000 to 4000 hPa (abs.). Following maintenance or service measures on the analyzer section or gas path, perform a leak test again.
  • Page 112 Commissioning 9.4 ULTRAMAT 7 4. Note the pressure. 5. Wait approximately 5 minutes. Note the pressure again. The sample gas/reference gas path is sufficiently tight if the pressure has not changed by more than 1 hPa.* *) The test values have been defined under the assumption that the total volume of the gas path in the analyzer module and the connection line to the pressure measuring device is a maximum of 80 ml.
  • Page 113: Calomat 7

    Commissioning 9.5 CALOMAT 7 CALOMAT 7 9.5.1 Zero point error Overview To determine the cross-interferences of accompanying gases with several interference gas components, you must know the sample gas composition. The following table contains the zero offsets for the carrier gas N as H equivalent values with 10% interference gas Table 9-6...
  • Page 114: Sample Gas Inlet Conditions

    Commissioning 9.5 CALOMAT 7 See also References (Page 141) 9.5.2 Sample gas inlet conditions Prevent condensation of the sample gas in the gas path with suitable measures, for example: ● Connect a cooler or condensate separator upstream of the device. 9.5.3 Checking the sample gas path for leaks The tightness is checked with air or nitrogen (test gas) at the operating temperature.
  • Page 115: Maintenance And Service

    Maintenance and service 10.1 Safety instructions WARNING Toxic gases This device is designed for operation with toxic, lightly corrosive gases. Therefore, dangerous substances may exit from the gas lines when they are opened. Prevent gases from exiting prior to opening or removing the device, for example: ●...
  • Page 116 Having different IP addresses after replacing the processing module can prevent network communication with the device. If you install a new processing module in the SIPROCESS GA700 device, the following IP address is set as default in the factory: 192.168.0.2. Before you set up a network connection to the device, follow the steps below: ●...
  • Page 117: Cleaning The Device

    Maintenance and service 10.2 Cleaning the device 10.2 Cleaning the device Clean the device on the outside with a wet cloth and a solvent-free, commercial cleansing detergent. Note Only apply light pressure when cleaning the surface of the display. Water must not enter the interior of the device.
  • Page 118: Replace Basic Device

    Maintenance and service 10.3 Replace basic device 10.3 Replace basic device Requirement The basic device is completely parameterized, the serial number and factory data are saved. The user-specific parameters are stored externally, e.g. with SIMATIC PDM. Procedure for removal 1. Shut off all gas lines to the device. 2.
  • Page 119: Replacing The Processing Unit

    Maintenance and service 10.4 Replacing the processing unit 10.4 Replacing the processing unit Procedure 1. Isolate the device from power. 2. Remove the enclosure cover. To do so, unscrew the two nuts on the rear panel of the device and push the enclosure cover to the back. ①...
  • Page 120 Maintenance and service 10.4 Replacing the processing unit Restarting the device ● No operating, user or factory data is saved on the basic device. The new PU is provided with the most recent firmware. ● Restart the device with the analyzer modules installed last. ●...
  • Page 121: Replacing Option Modules

    Maintenance and service 10.5 Replacing option modules 10.5 Replacing option modules Information on replacing option modules is available in the following section: Installing option modules (Page 76) Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 122: Errors

    Maintenance and service 10.6 Errors 10.6 Errors Table 10-1 Error messages Fault message Description Measures Invalid device No analyzer module was detected. At least one analyzer module is re‐ Install at least one analyzer configuration quired to use the device. module.
  • Page 123: Technical Specifications

    Technical specifications 11.1 Determining the technical specifications The technical specifications are obtained based on the specifications of DIN EN 61207-1. Unless specified otherwise, the data listed below relates to the following measurement conditions. OXYMAT 7 ULTRAMAT 7 CALOMAT 7 Ambient temperature 25 °C Ambient pressure Atmospheric (approx.
  • Page 124: Technical Specifications Of Rack-Mounted Housing

    Technical specifications 11.2 Technical specifications of rack-mounted housing 11.2 Technical specifications of rack-mounted housing Table 11-1 Rack-mounted enclosure: General technical specifications General Installation position Horizontal Weight Approx. 8.5 kg Degree of protection IP20 according to EN 60529 Table 11-2 Rack-mounted enclosure: Electrical characteristics Electrical characteristics Auxiliary power supply 100 to 240 V AC (nominal range of use 85 to 264 V)
  • Page 125 Technical specifications 11.2 Technical specifications of rack-mounted housing Table 11-4 Rack-mounted enclosure: Option modules Option modules Option module 1.1 ● 12 digital outputs, with changeover contacts, max. load: 24 V AC/DC / 1.7 (total load for all 12 relay outputs in continuous operation max.
  • Page 126: Technical Specifications Of Analyzer Modules

    Technical specifications 11.3 Technical specifications of analyzer modules 11.3 Technical specifications of analyzer modules 11.3.1 OXYMAT 7 technical specifications Table 11-6 OXYMAT 7: General technical specifications General Information on the smallest span See module nameplate or device certificate Power consumption Warm-up phase ≤...
  • Page 127: Table 11-10 Oxymat 7: Time Response

    Technical specifications 11.3 Technical specifications of analyzer modules Gas inlet conditions With vibration compensation 150 hPa above sample gas pressure Pressure loss between sample gas inlet < 100 hPa at 1 l/min and sample gas outlet Sample gas flow 18 to 60 l/h (0.3 to 1 l/min) Sample gas temperature and humidity 0 to 60 °C with relative humidity <...
  • Page 128: Table 11-12 Oxymat 7: Influence Variables

    Technical specifications 11.3 Technical specifications of analyzer modules Measuring response For span gas ≤ ± 0.5% of current span or ≤ ± 50 vpm O ; whichever is greater Linearity deviation with dry ambient air* < 0.1% * Untreated ambient air contains less than 20.95% O2 (literature value) since existing humidity decreases the oxygen content in relative terms. Table 11-12 OXYMAT 7: Influence variables Influence variables Ambient temperature...
  • Page 129: Technical Data Ultramat 7

    Technical specifications 11.3 Technical specifications of analyzer modules Table 11-14 OXYMAT 7: Gas connections Gas connections With hoses Plastic screw connection for plastic pipe or hose 4 mm / 6 mm With pipes Connection fittings for 6 mm pipe Table 11-15 OXYMAT 7: Parts in contact with the sample gas Materials in contact with the sample gas Sample chamber Stainless steel:...
  • Page 130: Table 11-17 Ultramat 7: Measuring Ranges

    Technical specifications 11.3 Technical specifications of analyzer modules Table 11-17 ULTRAMAT 7: Measuring ranges Measuring ranges Number of measuring ranges Max. 4; parameters can be assigned freely Component that Component Smallest possible span Largest possible span can have param‐ 0 ... 10 ppm 0 ...
  • Page 131: Table 11-21 Ultramat 7: Influence Variables

    Technical specifications 11.3 Technical specifications of analyzer modules Measuring response Repeatability ≤ ± 1% of the current full-scale value Linearity deviation ≤ ± 0.5% of the current full-scale value Table 11-21 ULTRAMAT 7: Influence variables Influence variables Ambient tem‐ Zero point ≤...
  • Page 132: Calomat 7 Technical Specifications

    Technical specifications 11.3 Technical specifications of analyzer modules 11.3.3 CALOMAT 7 technical specifications Table 11-26 CALOMAT 7: General technical specifications General Information on the smallest span See module nameplate Power consumption < 20 W Weight Approx. 3 kg Electrical safety In accordance with DIN EN 61010-1 Table 11-27 CALOMAT 7: Measuring ranges Measuring ranges...
  • Page 133: Table 11-31 Calomat 7: Measuring Response

    Technical specifications 11.3 Technical specifications of analyzer modules Time response Delay display T with device-inter‐ < 2.5 s nal signal damping (low pass filter) of 1 s Dead time T at 1 l/min < 0.5 s Adjustable signal damping range 0 to 100 s Table 11-31 CALOMAT 7: Measuring response Measuring response...
  • Page 134: Table 11-33 Calomat 7: Climatic Conditions

    Technical specifications 11.3 Technical specifications of analyzer modules Table 11-33 CALOMAT 7: Climatic conditions Climatic conditions Storage and transport - 30 to 70 °C Max. permissible ambient temperature 0 to 50 °C surrounding the basic device during op‐ eration Ambient humidity (rel. humidity) during <...
  • Page 135: Dimension Drawings

    Dimension drawings 170,8 10,3 13,5 482,3 441,3 80,5 104,5 128,5 ① Display ② Keyboard ③ Slots for the analyzer modules Figure 12-1 Dimension drawings of rack-mounted enclosure Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 136 Dimension drawings Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 137: Appendix

    Appendix ESD Guidelines Definition of ESD All electronic modules are equipped with large-scale integrated ICs or components. Due to their design, these electronic elements are highly sensitive to overvoltage, and thus to any electrostatic discharge. The electrostatic sensitive components/modules are commonly referred to as ESD devices. This is also the international abbreviation for such devices.
  • Page 138 Appendix A.1 ESD Guidelines Figure A-1 Electrostatic voltages which an operator can be subjected to Basic protective measures against electrostatic discharge ● Ensure good equipotential bonding: When handling electrostatic sensitive devices, ensure that your body, the workplace and packaging are grounded. This prevents electrostatic charge. ●...
  • Page 139: Abbreviations

    Appendix A.2 Abbreviations Abbreviations List of abbreviations Table A-1 Units Abbreviation In full Description Amperes Current unit °C Degrees Celsius Temperature unit Centimeter Unit of length Hour Time unit Height unit 44.45 mm Hertz Frequency unit Kelvin Temperature unit Liter Volume unit Meter Unit of length...
  • Page 140 Appendix A.2 Abbreviations Abbreviation In full Description Width across flats Lower explosion limit Reference gas Processing unit Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 141: References

    Appendix A.3 References References Table A-3 References 1 - Operating Manuals LUI Title Languages Order numbers SIPROCESS GA700 German (de-DE) A5E31930441 Operating with the Local User Interface Operating English (en-US) A5E31930478 Manual Table A-4 References 2 - Operating Manuals PDM...
  • Page 142 Appendix A.3 References Table A-7 References 5 - Compact Operating Instructions Ex Title Languages Order numbers SIPROCESS GA700 German (de-DE) A5E35134047 Devices with explosion-proof models English (en-US) Quick Start Danish (da-DK) A5E35134119 Compact Operating Instructions Swedish (sv-SE) Finnish (fi-FI) Estonian (et-ET)
  • Page 143 A5E35640455 Slovenian (sl-SI) Croatian (hr-HR) French (fr-FR) A5E35640457 Dutch (nl-NL) Table A-9 References 6 - Catalogs Title / address Address SIPROCESS GA700 → Catalog PA 01 → Information and Download Center (http:// www.automation.siemens.com/mcms/infocenter/ content/en/Pages/order_form.aspx) Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 144: Technical Support

    Our bulletin board, where users and specialists share their knowledge worldwide. Additional Support Please contact your local Siemens representative and offices if you have any questions about the products described in this manual and do not find the right answers.
  • Page 145: Certificate

    Appendix A.5 Certificate Certificate The certificates are available on the Internet at: → Certificates (http://www.automation.siemens.com/w1/process-analytics- zertifikate-4127.htm). Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 146: Spare Parts/Accessories

    However, the classification indicates a permission for use: ● The use of Class 2 spare parts is allowed only after appropriate training provided by Siemens AG. The use of Class 2 spare parts without prior training voids the manufacturer warranty of the device/module.
  • Page 147: Spare Parts Slide-In Device

    Appendix A.6 Spare parts/accessories A.6.2 Spare parts slide-in device Table A-10 Spare parts list slide-in device Order number Name Description Classifica‐ tion A5E03860127 Repl. processing module Processing module with fixing screws A5E03860130 Repl. option module 2.2 (4DI Option module with fixing screws + 4AI + 6 AO) A5E03860137 Repl.
  • Page 148: Spare Parts Oxymat 7

    Appendix A.6 Spare parts/accessories Order number Name Description Classifica‐ tion A5E33520188 Repl. PCBA processing mod‐ Processing module with fixing screws + packaging ule EX A5E33520253 Repl. Ex mounting parts Ex mounting parts (power plug + bracket, mounting bracket, …) A5E33520267 Repl.
  • Page 149: Spare Parts Ultramat 7

    Appendix A.6 Spare parts/accessories Order number Name Description Classifica‐ tion A5E03790228 Repl. set for screwed gland Spare part set screwed gland for SG with restrictor; 1/8''; Hastelloy Hastelloy; 72 °C variant A5E03790229 Repl. set of supports with Spare parts set supports with flange, sample gas with hoses, flange 72 °...
  • Page 150 Appendix A.6 Spare parts/accessories Order number Name Description Classifica‐ tion A5E35255654 Repl. hose pressure sensor Hose pressure sensor and clamps and clamps Recommendation: Order Oetiker pliers as well! A5E35255656 Repl. terminal block sample Terminal block sample gas: Sample gas side. Recommendation: Replacing O-rings, tubes order as well;...
  • Page 151: Spare Parts Calomat 7

    Appendix A.6 Spare parts/accessories Order number Name Description Classifica‐ tion A5E35263540 Repl. pipe 180 mm reference Pipe 180 mm reference gas Recommendation: Replacing O-rings, tubes order as well; Viton or Kalrez A5E35263884 Repl. analyzer module PCB Printed circuit board analyzer module Recommendations: ●...
  • Page 152: Returned Delivery

    Returned delivery A.7.1 Service and support ● Technical support is available on the Internet at → Services & Support (http:// www.siemens.com/automation/service&support) ● You can find your regional Siemens representative here → Contact partner (http:// www.automation.siemens.com/mcms/aspa-db/en/automation-technology/Pages/ default.aspx XmlEditor.InternalXmlClipboard:2b8c9950-1d49-ffc1-5ad9-f7f0b769b59f) A.7.2 Returned delivery...
  • Page 153 Appendix A.7 Returned delivery SIEMENS will return devices or spare parts to you at your expense if a declaration of decontamination is not included. SIEMENS will only service returned products or spare parts if this declaration of decontamination is enclosed which confirms that the products or spare parts have been correctly decontaminated and are therefore safe to handle.
  • Page 154 Appendix A.7 Returned delivery Rack-mounted device Operating Instructions, 05/2015, A5E31874006-03...
  • Page 155: Index

    Index Analog current interface, 78 Electrical connection, 84 Analyzer module Errors, 122 Connecting, 72 ESD guidelines, 137 Installing, 71 Removing, 75 Analyzer module CALOMAT 7 Connecting, 74 Guidelines Analyzer module ULTRAMAT 7 ESD guidelines, 137 Connecting, 73 Analyzer modules Compatibility matrix, 41 Slots, 40 Hotline, 144 How the CALOMAT 7 works...
  • Page 156 Index Option module Rack-mounted enclosure, 124 Connecting, 78 ULTRAMAT 7, 129 Installing, 77 Technical support, 152 Mounting location, 76 Technical Support, 144 OXYMAT 7 gas connections, 95 Tool Rack-mounted housing, 67 Plug & measure, 51, 56 Plug & Measure ULTRAMAT 7 gas connections, 96 Commissioning, 53 ULTRAMAT 7 Plug &...