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Continuous gas analysis
SIPROCESS GA700
Devices in explosion-proof design
Compact Operating Instructions
05/2018
A5E35134047-03
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Introduction
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Safety instructions
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General information
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Installing
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Connecting
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Commissioning
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Operation
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Service and maintenance
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Dismantling and disposal
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Technical specifications
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  • Page 1 ___________________ Introduction ___________________ Safety instructions ___________________ Continuous gas analysis General information ___________________ Installing SIPROCESS GA700 Devices in explosion-proof design ___________________ Connecting ___________________ Commissioning Compact Operating Instructions ___________________ Operation ___________________ Service and maintenance ___________________ Dismantling and disposal ___________________ Technical specifications ___________________...
  • 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 ............................. 7 Purpose of this document ......................7 History ............................7 Purpose ............................. 7 Field of application ........................8 Qualified personnel for applications in hazardous areas ............10 Delivery ........................... 10 Transportation and storage ..................... 11 Warranty conditions ........................
  • Page 4 Table of contents Connecting ............................31 Gas connections ........................31 5.1.1 General safety instructions ....................31 5.1.2 Safety instructions for hazardous areas ................32 5.1.3 Connection information ......................32 5.1.4 Arrangement of the gas connections in the rack-mounted device ......... 34 5.1.5 Arrangement of the gas connections in the wall-mounted device .........
  • Page 5 Table of contents Service and maintenance ........................77 General safety instructions ..................... 77 Safety instructions for hazardous areas ................. 79 Maintaining the analyzer ......................80 Dismantling and disposal ........................81 Dismantling ..........................81 Information on recycling ......................82 Technical specifications ........................83 10.1 Scope ............................
  • Page 6 Table of contents Devices in explosion-proof design Compact Operating Instructions, 05/2018, A5E35134047-03...
  • Page 7: Introduction

    Introduction Purpose of this document These compact operating instructions are a brief summary of important features, functions and safety instructions, and contains all information required for safe use of the device. These are instructions on mounting, connecting, commissioning, operation, servicing, dismantling and decommissioning of the device.
  • Page 8: Field Of Application

    "References (Page 106)". Field of application These compact operating instructions describe SIPROCESS GA700 devices approved for operation in hazardous areas. They refer to the rack-mounted and wall-mounted devices with analyzer modules permanently installed in the factory by the manufacturer that are used depending on the measuring task and local conditions.
  • Page 9 The designation db is only used if at least one module CALOMAT 7MB304x-2xxxx-xxxx is installed. The designation op is is only used if at least one module ULTRAMAT 7MB301x-2xxxx-xxxx or 7MB301x-3xxxx-xxxx is installed. Table 1- 1 SIPROCESS GA700 Ex devices with analyzer modules Device MLFB number Ignition protection type ATEX and IECEx...
  • Page 10: Qualified Personnel For Applications In Hazardous Areas

    Introduction 1.5 Qualified personnel for applications in hazardous areas Qualified personnel for applications in hazardous areas Persons who install, connect, commission, operate, service, maintain and dismantle the device in a hazardous area must have the following specific 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 hazardous media.
  • Page 11: Transportation And Storage

    All obligations on the part of Siemens AG are contained in the respective sales contract, which also contains the complete and solely applicable liability provisions. The provisions defined in the sales contract for the responsibility for defects are neither extended nor limited by the remarks in this document.
  • Page 12 Introduction 1.8 Warranty conditions Devices in explosion-proof design Compact Operating Instructions, 05/2018, A5E35134047-03...
  • Page 13: Safety Instructions

    ● Canadian Electrical Code (CEC) (Canada) Additional provisions for applications in hazardous areas are, for example: ● IEC 60079-14 (international) ● EN 60079-14 (EU) Additional information is available at: Certificates (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/ps/17731/cert) Devices in explosion-proof design Compact Operating Instructions, 05/2018, A5E35134047-03...
  • Page 14: Conformity With European Directives

    • Modifications to or repairs of the explosion-protected device as well as retrofitting it with further analyzer modules are not allowed. Failure to observe this requirement cancels the manufacturer's warranty and the product approvals. • Contact the local SIEMENS representative for repairs, modifications or retrofitting of the device. Devices in explosion-proof design...
  • Page 15: For Use In Hazardous Areas

    Safety instructions 2.3 For use in hazardous areas For use in hazardous areas WARNING Unsuitable device for the hazardous area Explosion hazard • Only use devices that have been approved for use in the intended hazardous area and are labeled accordingly. WARNING Use outside the permitted voltage limits Explosion hazard...
  • Page 16: General Directives For Explosion Protection

    Safety instructions 2.4 General directives for explosion protection General directives for explosion protection 2.4.1 Internal explosion protection Internal explosion protection refers to the sample gas path (containment system "CS") in the analyzer and to the ignition protection of the process gas. A differentiation must be made between the following cases: Table 2- 1 Internal explosion protection: Differentiation of cases...
  • Page 17: Safety Measures For All Types Of Protection

    Safety instructions 2.4 General directives for explosion protection 2.4.2.1 Safety measures for all types of protection The exhaust lines for the sample gas and reference gas must terminate outside the hazardous area at a harmless position. The sample gas exhaust line can also be returned to the sampling point. OXYMAT 7: When conducting combustible or non-combustible sample gases into the hazardous area, both the sample gas inlet and outlet must be provided with a flame arrester.
  • Page 18: Type Of Protection Ex T And Ex Ec

    Safety instructions 2.4 General directives for explosion protection 2.4.2.3 Type of protection Ex t and Ex ec WARNING Explosion hazard The devices that are operated with the types of protection Ex t "Dust protection through enclosure" or Ex ec "Increased safety" are not designed for introducing combustible to occasionally explosive gas mixtures.
  • Page 19: General Information

    10 seconds for older devices to switch over, and up to 100 seconds to switch to safe operating mode. If you are using SIPROCESS GA700 devices in critical processes, observe the following information: ● Monitor the limits externally via the control system.
  • Page 20: Measuring High Oxygen Concentrations

    General information 3.3 Measuring high oxygen concentrations Measuring high oxygen concentrations Note Measuring high oxygen concentrations For the measurement of high O concentrations in excess of 25%, it is absolutely necessary that all parts that come in contact with the sample gas are free of oil and grease and do not contain any particles that could react with O We highly recommend you use specially cleaned analyzer modules with the "Cleaned for O2"...
  • Page 21: Installing

    Note Material compatibility Siemens can provide you with support concerning selection of analyzer components wetted by the process medium. However, the device operator is responsible for the selection of components. Siemens accepts no liability for faults or failures resulting from incompatible materials.
  • Page 22 Installing 4.1 General safety instructions WARNING Insufficient ventilation Risk of fire The device may overheat or start burning in the case of insufficient ventilation. • Make sure that the room is sufficiently ventilated. Refer to the information in section "Technical specifications (Page 83)". NOTICE Improper installation The device can be damaged or destroyed or its functionality impaired through an incorrect...
  • Page 23: Safety Instructions For Hazardous Areas

    Installing 4.2 Safety instructions for hazardous areas Safety instructions for hazardous areas WARNING Exceeding the maximum ambient or sample gas temperature Danger of explosion in hazardous areas and damage to devices • Ensure that the maximum permissible ambient temperature or sample gas temperature of the device is not exceeded.
  • Page 24 Installing 4.3 Installation instructions Note Weatherproof installation Install the device at a location where it is protected against: • Direct heat and solar radiation • Mechanical damage • Vibrations • Contamination • Intrusion of dust • Corrosive media • Moisture •...
  • Page 25: Rack-Mounted Device

    Installing 4.4 Rack-mounted device Rack-mounted device 4.4.1 Device-specific safety instructions WARNING Risk of explosion resulting from improper installation • Install the devices only in control cabinet/enclosure types that meet the requirements of EN/IEC 60079-15 and are correspondingly approved. • Take suitable ventilation measures to ensure an air exchange amounting to at least 5 times the enclosure volume per hour.
  • Page 26: Installing The Rack-Mounted Device

    Installing 4.4 Rack-mounted device 4.4.2 Installing the rack-mounted device Dimension drawing The following figure shows the dimensions of the rack-mounted device and the distance of the fastening holes at the mounting brackets. The dimensions are specified in millimeters. Figure 4-1 Dimension drawing Procedure 1.
  • Page 27: Wall-Mounted Device

    Installing 4.5 Wall-mounted device Wall-mounted device 4.5.1 Device-specific safety instructions WARNING Open cable inlet or incorrect cable glands Danger of explosion in hazardous areas • Close the cable inlets for the electrical connections. Only use cable glands or plugs which are approved for the associated type of protection. NOTICE Air circulation around the device Device damage...
  • Page 28: Installing The Wall-Mounted Device

    Installing 4.5 Wall-mounted device 4.5.2 Installing the wall-mounted device Dimension drawing The following figure shows the dimensions of the wall-mounted device and the distance of the fastening holes. The dimensions are specified in millimeters. Figure 4-2 Drilling template and side view Devices in explosion-proof design Compact Operating Instructions, 05/2018, A5E35134047-03...
  • Page 29 Installing 4.5 Wall-mounted device Figure 4-3 Dimensions with open wall-mounted device Procedure 1. Drill four holes into the wall. The dimensions for the drill holes are specified in the drilling pattern. 2. Insert the anchors in the drilled holes. 3. Position the wall-mounted device on the wall and fasten it with the screws. Devices in explosion-proof design Compact Operating Instructions, 05/2018, A5E35134047-03...
  • Page 30 Installing 4.5 Wall-mounted device Devices in explosion-proof design Compact Operating Instructions, 05/2018, A5E35134047-03...
  • Page 31: Connecting

    Connecting Gas connections 5.1.1 General safety instructions WARNING Introduction of toxic, corrosive or flammable gases The limited release of toxic or corrosive gases during their introduction cannot be avoided with absolute certainty. • Before toxic, corrosive or flammable gases are introduced, carry out a leak test for the pipe connections.
  • Page 32: Safety Instructions For Hazardous Areas

    Connecting 5.1 Gas connections 5.1.2 Safety instructions for hazardous areas DANGER Introduction of combustible or occasionally explosive media in OXYMAT 7 Explosion hazard The introduction of combustible and/or occasionally explosive media in OXYMAT 7 can lead to an explosion. • Install suitable flame arresters in the sample gas and reference gas paths directly at the device.
  • Page 33 Connecting 5.1 Gas connections Sample gas preparation The sample gas must be conditioned to prevent contamination of the parts through which it flows. We recommend the following minimum configuration: ● Gas sampling device with filter ● Sample gas cooler ● Analyzer filter, medium pore size <10 µm Depending on the characteristics of the sample gas it may be necessary to provide additional equipment, for example, an external gas suction pump, washing bottle or pressure reducer.
  • Page 34: Arrangement Of The Gas Connections In The Rack-Mounted Device

    Connecting 5.1 Gas connections 5.1.4 Arrangement of the gas connections in the rack-mounted device With a rack-mounted device, the gas connections are located on the rear. The following figure shows as an example the rear of the rack-mounted device with gas connections of an OXYMAT 7 and a CALOMAT 7.
  • Page 35: Arrangement Of The Gas Connections In The Wall-Mounted Device

    Connecting 5.1 Gas connections 5.1.5 Arrangement of the gas connections in the wall-mounted device 5.1.5.1 Overview Wall-mounted device in the standard version With a wall-mounted device, the gas connections are located on the device bottom. The following figure shows the bottom of the wall-mounted device with gas connections of an OXYMAT 7 and an ULTRAMAT 7 as an example.
  • Page 36 Connecting 5.1 Gas connections Wall-mounted device with high-temperature analyzer module The following figure shows the bottom of the wall-mounted device with gas connections of a high-temperature OXYMAT 7 as an example. ① Purging gas inlet ② Purging gas outlet ③ Reference gas inlet ④...
  • Page 37: Purging Gas Connections

    Connecting 5.1 Gas connections 5.1.5.2 Purging gas connections Overview ① Purging gas inlet ② Purging gas outlet Figure 5-4 Purging gas connections Design of the gas connections Dimensions of purging gas couplings Diameter Exterior 12 mm Length Without sealing caps 28 mm With sealing caps 41 mm...
  • Page 38: Connecting Gas

    Connecting 5.1 Gas connections Minimum requirements In principle, any Ex py or Ex px safety equipment with a type examination certificate to ATEX can be used. This safety equipment must have at least the following features: ● Safety level for monitoring: –...
  • Page 39: Further Information On The Gas Connection

    Connecting 5.2 Electrical connections 5.1.7 Further information on the gas connection It is essential that you observe the following points for trouble-free operation: ● When tightening the union nuts at the gas couplings, ensure that you counter properly in order to achieve a tight gas path. ●...
  • Page 40: Safety Instructions For Hazardous Areas

    Connecting 5.2 Electrical connections WARNING Missing PE/ground terminal Danger of electrocution If there is no ground terminal, there is a risk of electrocution. Depending on the device version, connect the power supply as follows: • Power plug: Ensure that the used socket has a PE/ground terminal. Check that the PE/ground terminal of the socket and power plug match.
  • Page 41 Connecting 5.2 Electrical connections WARNING Unsuitable lines and/or cable glands Danger of explosion in hazardous areas • Only use lines and cable glands that are appropriate for the application. • Tighten the cable glands s in accordance with the torques specified in the section "Electrical connections (Page 39)".
  • Page 42 Connecting 5.2 Electrical connections WARNING Improper laying of shielded cables Danger of explosion through compensating currents between hazardous area and the non- hazardous area. • Only ground shielded cables that run into the hazardous area at one end. • If grounding is required at both ends, use an equipotential bonding conductor. WARNING Incorrect selection of type of protection Danger of explosion in hazardous area.
  • Page 43: Connection Information

    Connecting 5.2 Electrical connections 5.2.3 Connection information Note Connection requirements The power cable must comply with the valid regulations and conditions for the place of installation and be provided with a protective conductor at the potential of the enclosure. The cross-section of each wire must be ≥...
  • Page 44: Electric Connection Of Rack-Mounted Device

    Connecting 5.2 Electrical connections 5.2.5 Electric connection of rack-mounted device 5.2.5.1 Device-specific safety instructions WARNING PoE with rack-mounted devices for operation with type of protection Ex nA Explosion hazard due to incorrect infeed The use of Power over Ethernet (PoE) is not permitted for Ex nA rack-mounted devices. •...
  • Page 45 Connecting 5.2 Electrical connections Overview ① Connector numbers ② Power supply unit: IEC connector with guard bracket ③ Processing unit, Ethernet with interlock and 37-pin sub-D (female), digital inputs and outputs ④ Optional module 1.1 25-pin sub-D (female), digital inputs and outputs or blank plate ⑤...
  • Page 46: Connecting The Power Supply

    Connecting 5.2 Electrical connections 5.2.5.3 Connecting the power supply Note Securing the IEC connector An IEC connector and a guard bracket are enclosed with the device. The guard bracket that is screwed over the IEC connector protects the IEC connector from being pulled out unintentionally.
  • Page 47: Wall-Mounted Device Electrical Connection

    Connecting 5.2 Electrical connections ⑤ 3. Place the guard bracket over the IEC connector and screw it to the enclosure. The torque is 2.5 Nm. ② 4. Connect the device to the equipotential bonding . To do this connect the ring cable lug with spring washer to the threaded bolt M4.
  • Page 48 Connecting 5.2 Electrical connections Note Terminal ranges of the cable glands Use cables matched to the terminal ranges of the cable glands: • Cable gland M16 x 1.5 (plastic): Terminal range 5 to 10 mm • Cable gland M16 x 1.5 (metal): Terminal range 6 to 10 mm •...
  • Page 49: Connecting The Signal Cables

    Connecting 5.2 Electrical connections 5.2.6.2 Connecting the signal cables Overview ① Screws for door ② Shielding plate ③ Cable glands for signal lines (7 pieces) ④ Power supply cable gland Figure 5-7 Wall-mounted device, connecting signal cables Procedure ① 1. Undo the six screws and open the door of the wall-mounted device.
  • Page 50: Connecting The Ethernet Cable

    Connecting 5.2 Electrical connections ③ 5. Insert the signal cable through this cable gland 6. Insert the stripped conductors of the signal cable into the terminal block in accordance with the terminal assignment. ③ 7. Fasten the signal cable in the cable gland .
  • Page 51 Connecting 5.2 Electrical connections 2. Fasten the prepared gland at the device: ⑥ Plate with cable glands ⑦ Position cable gland Ethernet cable (underside of the device) Figure 5-9 Ethernet cable: Position of the cable gland ⑦ ⑥ – Fasten the Ethernet cable in the cable gland at the plate Connecting the Ethernet cable 1.
  • Page 52: Connecting The Power Supply

    Connecting 5.2 Electrical connections 5.2.6.4 Connecting the power supply Overview ① ④ Power supply unit Shield plate ② ⑤ Appliance plug Power supply cable gland ③ ⑥ Door screws Equipotential bonding Figure 5-10 Wall-mounted device, connecting the power supply Devices in explosion-proof design Compact Operating Instructions, 05/2018, A5E35134047-03...
  • Page 53 Connecting 5.2 Electrical connections Note Operation with type of protection Ex py In the case of operation with type of protection Ex py, firm seating of the IEC connector at the power supply unit has to be ensured with a guard bracket fastened to the device enclosure.
  • Page 54 Connecting 5.2 Electrical connections Devices in explosion-proof design Compact Operating Instructions, 05/2018, A5E35134047-03...
  • Page 55: Commissioning

    Commissioning General safety instructions WARNING Commissioning and operation with error message If an error message is displayed, correct operation in the process is no longer guaranteed. • Check to see which error is pending. • Correct the error. • If the error continues to exist: –...
  • Page 56: Safety Instructions For Hazardous Areas

    Commissioning 6.2 Safety instructions for hazardous areas NOTICE Formation of condensation in the device Condensation can be caused by a high difference in temperature between transportation and storage and the installation location. • Before taking the device into operation let the device adapt for several hours in the new environment.
  • Page 57 Commissioning 6.2 Safety instructions for hazardous areas WARNING Absence of pre-purging Danger of explosion in hazardous areas. An explosive atmosphere existing in a device with pressurized enclosure (type of protection Ex p) can result in an explosion during commissioning. • Make sure that the device is pre-purged before it is commissioned. •...
  • Page 58: Information On Commissioning

    • For changes to the sample gas pressure, contact the Service (Page 109). • Have the pressure switching point of the reference gas pressure switch adjusted by a Siemens technician or someone trained for this case. Note Ambient temperature Ensure that the ambient temperature is within the permissible range during operation.
  • Page 59: Requirements For Commissioning

    Commissioning 6.4 Requirements for commissioning Requirements for commissioning The following requirements must be met before you commission the device: ● The device has at least one analyzer module. ● All required gas lines and equipment are connected to the device. ●...
  • Page 60: Recommended Test Setup

    Commissioning 6.5 Checking gas paths for leaks 6.5.2 Recommended test setup Arrangement of the gas connections The figure below is a schematic view of the gas connections: Sample gas inlet Sample gas outlet ULTRAMAT 7: Reference gas outlet OXYMAT 7 / CALOMAT 7: Not assigned, screw-type blank cap OXYMAT 7 / ULTRAMAT 7: Reference gas inlet CALOMAT 7: Not assigned, screw-type blank cap Figure 6-1...
  • Page 61: Checking Oxymat 7 For Leaks

    Commissioning 6.5 Checking gas paths for leaks 6.5.3 Checking OXYMAT 7 for leaks Procedure 1. Close the reference gas inlet. 2. Connect the sample gas outlet to a pressure measuring instrument. 3. Apply a pressure of approximately 3 000 hPa (absolute pressure) to the measuring inlet. 4.
  • Page 62: Checking Calomat 7 For Leaks

    Commissioning 6.5 Checking gas paths for leaks 6.5.5 Checking CALOMAT 7 for leaks Procedure 1. Connect a pressure measuring instrument (manometer) to the sample gas outlet. Measuring range approx. 200 hPa rel. to 1000 hPa rel. with appropriate measured value resolution (0.1 hPa).
  • Page 63: Commissioning The Device

    Commissioning 6.6 Commissioning the device Commissioning the device Procedure Startup ① Product designation ② Version of the device firmware ③ Progress bar Figure 6-3 Splash screen Devices in explosion-proof design Compact Operating Instructions, 05/2018, A5E35134047-03...
  • Page 64 Commissioning 6.6 Commissioning the device 1. Apply power to the device: Information on the device power supply is available in the section "Electrical connections (Page 39)" and in the device-specific documentation (Page 106): The boot process starts. The splash screen is initially visible on the device display. 2.
  • Page 65 Commissioning 6.6 Commissioning the device Brief description of the detailed procedure If you do not use the quick start procedure, commission the device with the steps described below: 1. Call the main menu: – Switch the measured-value display to selection mode. To do so, press <ENTER>.
  • Page 66 Commissioning 6.6 Commissioning the device 8. Calibrate device: [2.08] Settings > Calibrations – Familiarize yourself with the basics of calibration. Calibration changes internal device characteristics. – Prepare for the calibration. Set the setpoints, calibration tolerances, and the sample gas purging time: [2.08.1] Setpoints, tolerances, purging time. –...
  • Page 67: Operation

    Operation Local User Interface (LUI) Operating elements The LUI (Local User Interface) of the SIPROCESS GA700 devices has the following operating elements: ① ④ Local user interface Numeric keypad ② ⑤ Display Cursor and command keys ③ ⑥ Buttons for special functions...
  • Page 68 Operation 7.1 Local User Interface (LUI) Views/displays Views structure the access to the functions of the device or its components. Only the operator control options corresponding to the configuration of your device are output on the display. Main view This view contains the measured value display of all components, the expanded measured value display, the process value display and the list of the current messages.
  • Page 69 Operation 7.1 Local User Interface (LUI) Navigation-relevant keys Table 7- 1 Functions of navigation-relevant keys Keys Function Navigate to higher-level views/menus. Use the <MEAS> key to return to the measured-value display in selection mode or to the main view. Navigate within a view/menu. Direct selection with the numeric keys.
  • Page 70 Operation 7.1 Local User Interface (LUI) To display detailed information about the current messages in the main view, follow the steps below: 1. If necessary, open the main view: – To do this, press the <MEAS> key. – Follow the instructions on the display. 2.
  • Page 71: Menu Structure

    Operation 7.2 Menu structure User level Description Expert In addition to Standard: Write access with Expert PIN to parameters that influ- '2222' ence the configuration of the device. Setting of higher device function and PIN assignment for Standard and Expert user levels. Service In addition to Expert: Write access with Service PIN to parameters with diagnos- tic and restoring effect that serve to maintain the functionality of the device.
  • Page 72: Subordinate Menus

    Operation 7.2 Menu structure 7.2.2 Subordinate menus [1] Quick Start menu Figure 7-4 Overview of menu [1] Quick start In this menu, you can perform a simplified start procedure. Start up the device in as described in the section Commissioning (Page 55). Devices in explosion-proof design Compact Operating Instructions, 05/2018, A5E35134047-03...
  • Page 73 Operation 7.2 Menu structure [2] Settings menu Figure 7-5 Overview of menu [2] Settings You use this menu and its submenus to adjust the selected component to the specific conditions of use. The contents of the [2.20] Service menu are only displayed in read mode. Settings are only possible by Service personnel.
  • Page 74 Operation 7.2 Menu structure [3] Maintenance and diagnostics menu Figure 7-6 Overview of menu [3] Maintenance & diagnostics In this menu, you call up the submenus relevant to maintenance and diagnostics. The contents of the [3.20] Service trace menu are visible, but can only be set with the appropriate permission level (service personnel).
  • Page 75 Operation 7.2 Menu structure [5] Security menu Figure 7-8 Overview of the [5] Security menu In this menu you can make settings relevant for security. PINs of higher permission levels always give you the right to make changes at lower permission levels also.
  • Page 76 Operation 7.2 Menu structure Devices in explosion-proof design Compact Operating Instructions, 05/2018, A5E35134047-03...
  • Page 77: Service And Maintenance

    Service and maintenance General safety instructions WARNING Dangerous voltage at open device Danger of electrocution Danger of electrocution exists when the enclosure is opened or enclosure parts are removed. • Before you open the enclosure or remove enclosure parts, deenergize the device and wait another 10 minutes.
  • Page 78 Service and maintenance 8.1 General safety instructions WARNING Danger of suffocation by inert gas Inert gas in the enclosure can cause danger of suffocation. The enclosure also contains a flammable substance which is within the flammable range when it comes into contact with air.
  • Page 79: Safety Instructions For Hazardous Areas

    Service and maintenance 8.2 Safety instructions for hazardous areas Safety instructions for hazardous areas WARNING Impermissible accessories and spare parts Danger of explosion in areas subject to explosion hazard or device damage. • Only use original accessories or original spare parts. •...
  • Page 80: Maintaining The Analyzer

    Service and maintenance 8.3 Maintaining the analyzer WARNING Dust layers above 5 mm Danger of explosion in hazardous areas. A dust deposit with a thickness exceeding 5 mm can lead to overheating of the device and as a consequence to explosion. •...
  • Page 81: Dismantling And Disposal

    Dismantling and disposal Dismantling WARNING Incorrect disassembly The following dangers may result through incorrect disassembly: - Injury through electric shock - Danger through emerging media when connected to the process - Danger of explosion in hazardous area Observe the following for correct disassembly: •...
  • Page 82: Information On Recycling

    Dismantling and disposal 9.2 Information on recycling Information on recycling This product is from a environmentally-friendly manufacturer and complies with the directive 2012/19/EU on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). This product may contain substances that are potentially harmful to the environment if disposed of improperly (landfills, incineration plants).
  • Page 83: Technical Specifications

    The technical specifications for general use cases can be found in the operating instructions and in the section "General technical specifications (Page 83)". If you are using SIPROCESS GA700 devices in hazardous areas, additional or alternative specifications apply as described in the section "Technical specifications for operation in hazardous areas (Page 97)".
  • Page 84: Technical Specifications Of Rack-Mounted Housing

    Technical specifications 10.2 General technical specifications 10.2.2 Technical specifications of rack-mounted housing Table 10- 2 Rack-mounted enclosure: General technical specifications General Installation position Horizontal Weight Approx. 8.5 kg Degree of protection IP20 according to EN 60529 Table 10- 3 Rack-mounted enclosure: Electrical characteristics Electrical characteristics Auxiliary power supply 100 to 240 V AC (nominal range of use 85 to 264 V)
  • Page 85: Technical Specifications Of The Wall Housing

    Technical specifications 10.2 General technical specifications Table 10- 5 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 A (total load for all 12 relay outputs in continuous operation max.
  • Page 86 Technical specifications 10.2 General technical specifications Table 10- 8 Wall housing: Electrical characteristics Electrical characteristics Auxiliary power supply 100 to 240 V AC (nominal range of use 85 to 264 V) 50 to 60 Hz (nominal range of use 47 to 63 Hz) Power consumption Max.
  • Page 87: Oxymat 7 Technical Specifications

    Technical specifications 10.2 General technical specifications Table 10- 11 Wall housing: Option modules Option modules Option module 1.1 12 digital outputs, with changeover contacts, max. load: 24 V AC/DC/1.7 A (total load for all 12 relay outputs in continu- ous operation max. 244 W), floating, non-sparking 8 digital inputs, designed for 24 V, isolated, freely parame- terizable Option module 2.1...
  • Page 88 Technical specifications 10.2 General technical specifications Table 10- 14 OXYMAT 7: Measuring ranges Measuring ranges OXYMAT 7 OXYMAT 7 high temperature Number of measuring rang- Max. 4; parameters can be as- Max. 4; parameters can be as- signed freely signed freely Parameters Smallest 0.5%, 1%, 2% or 5% O...
  • Page 89 Technical specifications 10.2 General technical specifications Table 10- 16 OXYMAT 7: Temperature of sample chamber and gas path Temperature of sample OXYMAT 7 OXYMAT 7 high temperature chamber and gas path Gas path 5 K above ambient temperature 72 … 130 °C, can be set Sample chamber 72 °C 72 …...
  • Page 90 Technical specifications 10.2 General technical specifications Table 10- 19 OXYMAT 7: Influence variables Influence variables Ambient temperature Deviation at zero point ≤ 0.5% of the smallest span/10 K or ≤ 50 vpm O /10 K The larger value applies Deviation of the span ≤...
  • Page 91: Technical Data Ultramat 7

    Technical specifications 10.2 General technical specifications Table 10- 21 OXYMAT 7: Gas connections Gas connections With pipes Connecting socket for pipe with ∅ 6 mm Table 10- 22 OXYMAT 7: Parts in contact with sample gases Materials of parts in contact OXYMAT 7 OXYMAT 7 high temperature with sample gases...
  • Page 92 Technical specifications 10.2 General technical specifications Table 10- 24 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 pa- 0 ... 10 ppm 0 ...
  • Page 93 Technical specifications 10.2 General technical specifications Table 10- 27 ULTRAMAT 7: Time response Time response Warm-up period at room temperature < 2 h Response charac- Dead time (T Application-specific (max. 5 s) teristics Signal rise time T or signal fall time T Application specific <...
  • Page 94: Calomat 7 Technical Specifications

    Technical specifications 10.2 General technical specifications Table 10- 31 ULTRAMAT 7: Climatic conditions Climatic conditions Storage and transport -30 to +70 °C Max. permissible ambient temperature surrounding the basic 5 to 45 °C device during operation Ambient humidity (relative humidity) during storage, transport <...
  • Page 95 Technical specifications 10.2 General technical specifications Table 10- 35 CALOMAT 7: Measuring ranges Measuring ranges Number of measuring ranges Max. 4; parameters can be assigned freely Note The following metrological data apply to the gas pair H in N . With other gas pairs, these data may differ from the possible measuring spans, the time behavior and the measurement behavior as well as the influencing variables.
  • Page 96 Technical specifications 10.2 General technical specifications Table 10- 39 CALOMAT 7: Measuring response Measuring response Output signal fluctuation with device- ≤ ±0.5% of smallest measuring span according to module internal signal damping of 1 s nameplate (noise bandwidth corresponds to 1% = 6σ...
  • Page 97: Technical Specifications For Operation In Hazardous Areas

    Technical specifications 10.3 Technical specifications for operation in hazardous areas Table 10- 41 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 operation Ambient humidity (relative humidity) <...
  • Page 98 No cooling below dew point during storage and operation Permissible operating height 2 000 m above sea level Also above, after individual check. Contact you Siemens partner for more information, if neces- sary. Table 10- 45 Electrical connection data for wall-mounted and rack-mounted device...
  • Page 99 Technical specifications 10.3 Technical specifications for operation in hazardous areas Table 10- 47 Sample gas inlet conditions for ULTRAMAT 7 Sample gas inlet conditions for ULTRAMAT 7 Device type Wall-mounted device Wall-mounted device Rack-mounted device Ignition protection type Ex py Ex pz, Ex ec, Ex tc Ex nA Gas type...
  • Page 100 Technical specifications 10.3 Technical specifications for operation in hazardous areas Pneumatic data of purging gas Min. purging gas pressure For non-combustible sample gases 50 Pa (rel.) For combustible sample gases 50 Pa (rel.) Consumption during operation at max. For Ex py or Ex pz with continuous purging 1 l/min load For Ex pz with simplified pressurized enclo-...
  • Page 101: Ex Py Safety Equipment

    Purging gas connection 2.5 ... 5 bar (rel.) ② Connection to Ex p enclosure (SIPROCESS GA700); conductor cross-section 8 mm, max. length 10 m ③ Connection from Ex p enclosure (SIPROCESS GA700); conductor cross-section 8 mm, max. length 10 m ④...
  • Page 102: Connection Diagrams

    The connection diagram shown below refers to the example of the pressurized enclosure system "F870S-HD" distributed by Gönnheimer Elektronik GmbH: If you are using safety equipment from other manufacturers, contact your Siemens service partner, if applicable. A.1.2...
  • Page 103 Appendix A A.1 Ex py safety equipment Connection information The supply pressure has to be sufficiently large (2.5 ... 5 bar). The supply line before the pressure regulating valve has to be dimensioned so that the line pressure in the inlet does not drop below 2.5 bar during pre-purging (sufficiently large diameter of the supply line).
  • Page 104: Technical Specifications

    Control connections for Ex isolating relay Connections 4 - 11 to 15 - 22 Doubly-protected power contacts for the power disconnection of the analyzer device (required to absorb high inrush current peaks) SIPROCESS GA700 Connection Data interface, communications interface (e.g. Ethernet) A.1.3 Technical specifications...
  • Page 105 Appendix A A.1 Ex py safety equipment Purging unit consisting of: FS870S with SVP2 SR852 SR853 pressure regulator Flow measuring range 0.01 ... 1.5 l/s Enclosure Degree of protection IP65 Dimensions 340 mm x 350 mm x 110 mm Explosion protection Device group II 2G / II 2D FS870S: Ex type of protection...
  • Page 106: References

    Delay ext. alarm References Table A- 1 References 1 - Operating Manuals LUI Title Languages Article numbers SIPROCESS GA700 German (de-DE) A5E31930441 Operating with the local user interface English (en-US) A5E31930478 Operating manual Table A- 2 References 2 - Operating Manuals PDM...
  • Page 107 Appendix A A.2 References Table A- 4 References 4 - Compact Operating Instructions Title Languages Article numbers SIPROCESS GA700 German (de-DE) A5E31805153 Quick Start English (en-US) A5E31805656 Compact Operating Instructions French (fr-FR) A5E31809624 Italian (it-IT) A5E31809652 Spanish (es-ES) A5E31809707 Portuguese (pt-BR)
  • Page 108: Certificate

    French (fr-FR) A5E35640457 Dutch (nl-NL) Table A- 7 References 6 - Catalogs Title / address Address SIPROCESS GA700 → Catalog AP 01 → Information and Download Center (http://www.automation.siemens.com/mcms/infoc enter/content/en/Pages/order_form.aspx) Certificate The certificates are available on the Internet at: Certificates (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/ps/17731/cert).
  • Page 109: Technical Support

    Our bulletin board, where users and specialists share their knowledge worldwide. Additional Support Contact your local Siemens partner if you have any questions about the use of products described in this manual and cannot find the answers here. Find your contact partner at: Partner (https://www.automation.siemens.com/partner)
  • Page 110 Appendix A A.4 Technical support Devices in explosion-proof design Compact Operating Instructions, 05/2018, A5E35134047-03...
  • Page 111: Index

    Index Ex p safety equipment, 101 Electrical connections, 103 Pneumatic connections, 102 Certificates, 13, 108 Checking for leaks CALOMAT 7, 62 OXYMAT 7, 61 Gas connections Test setup, 60 Rack-mounted device, 34 ULTRAMAT 7, 61 Wall-mounted device high-temperature, 36 Commissioning Wall-mounted device standard, 35 PIN, 65 Connecting...
  • Page 112 Index Purpose, 7 Sample gas inlet conditions CALOMAT 7, 99 OXYMAT 7, 98 ULTRAMAT 7, 99 Scope of delivery, 10 Service, 109 Support, 109 Symbols, (Refer to warning symbols) Technical specifications CALOMAT 7, 94 Determining, 83 Hazardous areas, 98 OXYMAT 7, 87 Rack-mounted enclosure, 84 ULTRAMAT 7, 91 Wall housing, 85...