1 PolyGard SPC-0 Carbon monoxide (CO) gas detection and control system serial no. SPC User Manual April 0, 2004
2 User Manual - PolyGard CO SPC-0 Page 2 Carbon monoxide (CO) gas detection and control system General Overview Description Installation Mounting locations Enclosure Electrical Connection Instructions Wiring connection Start-up Operation Set trip/setpoints Set low and high trip/setpoints without optional digital display Control trip/setpoint voltage calculation Set low and high trip/setpoints with optional digital display Select switching differential of the trip/setpoints Calibration Control span voltage calculation Calibration of digital display range (optional display) Motherboard jumper selection table Displayboard jumper selection table... 6 Inspection and Service Inspection Calibration sensor Replacing sensor element Troubleshooting Diagnostics Cross-sensitivity Data Specifications Wiring Configuration and Enclosure Dimensions... 7 Notes and General Information Intended product application Installers responsibilities Maintenance Limited warranty Return instructions... 22
3 User Manual - PolyGard CO SPC-0 Page 3 Carbon monoxide (CO) gas detection and control system General Overview The PolyGard CO analog single point controller is used for detection of carbon monoxide in the ambient air to warn of the presence of carbon monoxide gas and to control ventilation systems. 2 Description Gas sensing The sensor portion of the PolyGard CO analog single point controller is a micro-fuel cell, which is completely sealed. The measurement is a gas-in-liquid chemical reaction rather than a surface area measurement. With no surface area to coat, this sensor retains its sensitivity to carbon monoxide even after prolonged exposure to clean air. The cell consists of a diffusion barrier, O-ring seal, electrolyte reservoir and three electrodes: sensing, counter and reference. The target gas, carbon monoxide, enters the cell through a diffusion barrier. The chemical process of the measurement is one of oxidation where one molecule of the target gas is exchanged for one molecule of oxygen. The reaction drives the oxygen molecule to the counter electrode, generating a DC microampere signal between the sensing and counter electrodes. This signal is linear to the volume concentration of the sensed gas rather than the partial pressure. The integrated two-wire transformer converts this DC microampere signal to a standard 4-20 ma signal. In some cases, biasing is required to maintain a voltage differential between the reference and sensing electrode in order to facilitate the necessary reaction in the cell. The transmitter electronics will provide the necessary bias voltage when configured for one of these sensor types. Most sensors produce a small amount of baseline current in clean air. This is adjusted out with the zero potentiometer on the transmitter. This oxidation at the electrodes causes wear of the sensor. Typical life for this sensor is approximately five years in normal operation. This will vary somewhat from sensor to sensor, with some working lifetimes less than five years and some greater than 5 years. This wear also changes the characteristics of the sensor, requiring periodic recalibration. It is recommended that the sensor accuracy be verified every six months and recalibrated as necessary. Relay output The controller output provides two (2) adjustable trip/setpoints within the sensing range. If the CO concentration exceeds any trip/setpoint value the respective alarms will be activated. The low or high alarm trip/setpoint level correspond to the relay outputs K (R) and K2 (R2). The output relay R3 can be assigned to either low alarm or high alarm. The controller has a self-diagnostic to detect any power supply voltage or sensor failures. When a failure occurs it triggers relay output R4. The fail-safe relay R4 will close in case of loss of supply voltage or sensor failure. Analog output The -5 VDC output is linear and represents the range of ppm actual sensor proportional value. This signal can be used with any external DDC/PLC control or automation system. Test button With this button pushed, it simulates the maximum gas concentration. Low and high alarms will be activated and the display will show the maximum value.
4 User Manual - PolyGard CO SPC-0 Page 4 Manual override of low alarm relay Manual switch for Auto or On function of the relay K (R) Switch position: Auto = alarm relay K normal operation On = alarm relay K manually on Caution! Replacement sensor elements, which are not bias types, are shipped with a tiny spring of wire shorting the sensor and reference electrodes. This spring MUST BE REMOVED prior to installing the element into the sensor assembly. Optional Display 3.5 digits display of concentration LED power: green Power on, and normal operation red Failure operation LED alarm: orange Low alarm level active red Low and high alarm level active Button Reset 2 nd Alarm Reset high alarm, when relay is set to latched Button Reset Audible Reset internal horn and relay R3 for remote alarm Optional time delay relay for low alarm Time delay relay for delayed activation of relay K RTE-P analog timer = on-delay, adjustable from 0. min to 0 min
5 User Manual - PolyGard CO SPC-0 Page 5 3 Installation Note: Avoid any force (e.g. by thumb) during operation or installation on the sensor element. This could destroy the element. Electronics can be destroyed through static electricity. Therefore, do not work on the equipment without a wrist strap connected to earth ground or standing on conductive floor. 3. Mounting locations The specific weight of carbon monoxide is almost the same as that of air (factor 0.967). Location of the SPC 0 must conform to the layout of the area being monitored. Disregard the ventilation ratio! Do not mount SPC 0 in the center of the airflow. In larger rooms, it might be necessary to install two or more SPC 0 where there is not adequate air movement. Do not mount in corners or directly in front of air inlets (e.g. doors, windows, open ramps, dampers, etc.). In areas with undefined air movement, it might be necessary to distribute several SPC 0 in a vertical and horizontal direction over the whole area to be monitored. Avoid locations where water, oil etc. may influence proper operation and where mechanical damage might be possible. Mounting height is 5 feet to max. 6 feet (.5 to.8 m) above floor. Provide adequate space around SPC 0 for maintenance and calibration work. 3.2 Enclosure The door of the enclosure is lockable with supplied key (5/6 in. (8 mm) triangle key). Use the provided template for locating position of wall mounting holes. Screw the enclosure vertically on wall. (see Fig. 2, page 8). When wiring is completed, put back the wire track cover and close the door of the enclosure. (see Fig., page 7).
6 User Manual - PolyGard CO SPC-0 Page 6 4 Electrical Connection 4. Instructions Note: Electrostatic discharge (ESD) may damage electronic components. During wiring, open the cover only when completely grounded via grounding strap or standing on conductive floor. Connections should be made without any power applied to conductors. Installation of the electrical wiring should be according to the connection diagram and only performed by a trained specialist. For the -5 VDC analog output signal use shielded cable to avoid any influence from external interference. Recommended cable: 8 AWG shielded, maximum resistance 20.8 Ω/000 ft (73 Ω/000 m) Cable for power and relay outputs do not need to be shielded. Power terminal block X Connector H Connector N Connector G 20 VAC 50/60Hz (24V AC/DC without transformer) 0 VAC/DC Earth ground Motherboard terminal strip X2 Connector Connector 2 Connector 3 Connector 4 Connector 5 Connector -5 VDC sensor output signal (common)* -5 VDC sensor output signal (positive) Power supply 24 VAC 0 VAC/DC Power supply 24 VDC (9-28 VDC) * Note: When the SPC analog output signal is conntected to an external controller, the controller s analog input must provide isolation for the -5 VDC signal. If the -5 VDC signal is used, then remove Jumper JP located on the motherboard. Motherboard terminal strip X3 (relay output without optional time delay relay K): Connector -2 Connector 3 Connector 4 Connector 5 Connector 6-7 Connector 8-9 R, low alarm relay activates the K relay via internal wiring R2, high alarm relay activates the K2 relay via internal wiring COM R3, potential free contact for remote alarming R4, potential free contact for remote fail-safe alarming Low alarm relay socket K (DPDT) Contact set of DPDT Contact set 2 of DPDT Connector 5 Connector Connector 9 Connector 8 Connector 4 Connector 2 COM
7 User Manual - PolyGard CO SPC-0 Page 7 High alarm relay socket K2 (DPDT) Contact set of DPDT Contact set 2 of DPDT Connector 5 Connector Connector 9 Connector 8 Connector 4 Connector 2 COM Optional low alarm time delay relay socket K (DPDT) Contact set of DPDT Contact set 2 of DPDT Connector 6 Connector 5 Connector 8 Connector 3 Connector 4 Connector COM 4.2 Wiring connection Static electricity (see section 4.). Open the door of the enclosure. Pull cables via the conduit openings into the enclosure, and connect cable leads to the appropriate terminal connectors.
8 User Manual - PolyGard CO SPC-0 Page 8 5 Start-up Operation Only trained technicians should perform the following: Check mounting location. Check power voltage. Check for correct sensor element (7 MSR) at sensorboard terminal X3 PCB EC-C. Check and/or select the appropriate jumpers for remote alarm function, relay R3 (see section 5.5, motherboard jumper selection table). Check and/or select the appropriate jumper for failure function, relay R2 (see section 5.5, motherboard jumper selection table). Check and/or select the appropriate jumper for latched function, relay R2 (see section 5.5, motherboard jumper selection table). Check and/or adjust trip/setpoints for low and high alarm levels (see section 5., motherboard potentiometers R3and R32). Check and/or put switch into Auto position, manual override of low alarm. Verify sensor/transmitter operation by mearsuring approximately 200 mv (about 0 ppm CO) on sensorboard terminal -X6 and +X6. Required instruments to start-up and calibrate the SPC: Test gas bottle with synthetic air. Test gas bottle with 200 ppm CO. Gas pressure regulator with flow meter to control the gas flow at 300 ml/min. Sensor head calibration adapter with tubing. Digital voltmeter with a range of 0-2 VAC and 0-0 VDC, accuracy % Small screwdriver. Note: Please observe proper handling procedures for test gas bottles! 5. Set trip/setpoints 5.. Set low and high trip/setpoints without optional digital display Set low trip/setpoint Connect a digital voltmeter to test jacks J (red) and JM (black) on the motherboard with a range selected that will display 0 VDC maximum. Adjust the low trip/setpoint voltage, with potentiometer R3 at the motherboard, until the signal reads the appropriate mvdc ± 2 mv (see section 5..2, calculation for trip/setpoint control voltage). Set high trip/setpoint Connect a digital voltmeter to test jacks J2 (red) and JM (black) on the motherboard with a range selected that will display 0 VDC maximum. Adjust the high trip/setpoint with potentiometer R32 at the motherboard until the signal reads the appropriate mvdc ± 2 mv (see section 5..2, calculation for trip/setpoint control voltage).
9 User Manual - PolyGard CO SPC-0 Page Control trip/setpoint voltage calculation Example = 0.06 V x trip/setpoint (ppm) +.20 VDC (ppm) Trip/setpoint value Control voltage 0.06 (V) x 50 (ppm) +.20 (V) = 2.0 V (ppm) 50 ppm 2.0 V 5..3 Set low and high trip/setpoints with optional digital display Set display jumper on displayboard into position JP to JP.2. This will provide a display value with +/- sign. Set low trip/setpoint Set mode-operating switch S on displayboard into position (far left position). The digital display indicates the low trip/setpoint value. Adjust the low trip/setpoint with potentiometer R3 on the motherboard. The trip/setpoint value can be read on the digital display. Set high trip/setpoint Set mode-operating switch S on displayboard into position 2 (second position from the left). The digital display indicates the high trip/setpoint value. Adjust the high trip/setpont with potentiometer R32 on the motherboard. The trip/setpoint value can be read on the digital display. Set mode-operating switch S on displayboard into position 4 (far right position). This is the normal operating mode (see Fig. 5, page 8). Set display jumper on displayboard back into position JP to JP.. This provides a display value without any +/- sign. 5.2 Select switching differential of the trip/setpoints Individual switching differentials can be selected per trip/setpoint via jumpers JP6 and JP8 on the motherboard, either 4% or 0% differential of full transmitter range (see section 5.5, motherboard jumper selection table). For example, with factory standard range ppm CO, 4% differential =0 ppm, and 0% differential = 25 ppm. 5.3 Calibration Note: If calibration is necessary, the sensor element must be powered and be fully stabilized for at least hour. Zero adjustment (After sensor warm-up) Zero-point calibration (4mA): Connect digital voltmeter to test pins and + at sensorboard (with a range selected that will display 2 VDC max.). Connect the calibration adapter to sensor element. Apply sensor element zero calibration gas, (300 ml/min; 4.5 psi ± 0%), or other clean air source. Wait two minutes until the signal is stable; adjust signal with zero potentiometer Zero until the signal is 200 mv ± 2 mv and stable (sensorboard). Remove calibration adapter carefully by turning lightly.
10 User Manual - PolyGard CO SPC-0 Page 0 Span adjustment Note: CO calibration gas is toxic; never inhale the gas! Symptoms: Dizziness, headache and nausea. Procedure if exposed: Bring into fresh air at once, consult doctor. Connect calibration adapter to the sensor element. Apply sensor element span calibration gas (200 ppm CO), (300 ml/min; 4.5 psi ± 0%). Wait two minutes until the signal is stable, adjust signal with span potentiometer Span until the signal reads the appropriate mvdc (± 3 mv, see calculation for control voltage 5.3.) and is stable (sensorboard). Remove calibration adapter with a careful light turn. Inspect the seating of the sensor element! 5.3. Control span voltage calculation Example 800 (mv) x test gas concentration (ppm) (mv) Sensing range CO (ppm) Sensing range CO concentration Test gas concentration Control voltage 250 ppm 200 ppm 840 mv 800 (mv) x 200 (ppm) (mv) = 840 mv 250 (ppm) 5.4 Calibration of digital display range (optional display) Note: The display range is factory set and normally does not require any field adjustment. Adjustment can only be made when the sensorboard test pins X6+ and X6- read 200 mv. This represents a 0 ppm CO value. Calibrate maximum display range of 250 ppm CO Connect digital voltmeter to test pins J3+ and J4- on the displayboard with a range selected that will display 300 mvdc maximum. Adjust the maximum display range voltage with potentiometer R3 on the displayboard until the signal reads 20 mvdc ± mvdc. Calibrate zero point display of 0 ppm CO Adjust the zero point with potentiometer R32 on the displayboard until the digital display reads 0 ppm.
11 User Manual - PolyGard CO SPC-0 Page 5.5 Motherboard jumper selection table Function Element -5 VDC signal for external use X -5 VDC not used X Jumper JP Relay R3 will be active with low alarm X* Jumper JP3 Relay R3 will be active with high alarm X* Jumper JP4 Relay R3 will be not active X* Jumper JP5 System failure also activates high alarm X System failure does not activate high alarm X Jumper JP9 High alarm without latch function -2 High alarm with latch function 2-3 Jumper JP2 With optional digital display X Without optional digital display X Jumper JP2 Switching differential of low trip/setpoint, 4% -2 Switching differential of low trip/setpoint, 0% 2-3 Jumper JP6 Switching differential of high trip/setpoint, 4% -2 Switching differential of high trip/setpoint, 0% 2-3 Jumper JP8 Factory Set Internal function X Jumper JP7* 2 Internal function 2-3 Jumper JP0* 2 Internal function -2 Jumper JP* 2 Note: * Only one of the three jumpers can be installed. * 2 Do not change the factory jumper position setting. 5.6 Displayboard jumper selection table Function Element Display value without sign +/- X Jumper JP. Display value with sign +/- X Jumper JP.2 Button Reset 2 (high) alarm enabled X Button Reset 2 (high) alarm disabled X Jumper JP2 Factory Set Internal function X Jumper JP7 Do not change the factory jumper position setting
12 User Manual - PolyGard CO SPC-0 Page 2 6 Inspection and Service 6. Inspection Inspection and service of the single point controller should be done by a trained technician and executed on a periodic interval. It is recommended that the sensor operation be verified at least every six months. 6.2 Calibration sensor (See part 5.3) Service at periodic intervals is to be decided by the person responsible for the gas detection system. If span calibration voltage of 840 mv (see note below) is no longer attainable when applying 200 ppm carbon monoxide in air, then the sensor element has to be replaced. After the sensor element has been replaced, a calibration is required. Note: If using a different level of span test gas ppm, or different sensor range, then the mv needs to be calculated. 6.3 Replacing sensor element Static electricity ( see section 4.). Sensor should always be installed without power applied, remove fuse F. Unplug old sensor element out from the sensorboard. Take new sensor element out of original packing and remove the shorting wire on the sensor element contacts. Plug sensor element in the connector X3 at the sensorboard. After sensor warm-up, turn potentiometer Span, located on sensorboard, to its center position. (Turn the pot 25 rotations counter-clockwise, then rotations clockwise to be centered.) Calibrate (see section 5.3).
13 User Manual - PolyGard CO SPC-0 Page 3 7 Troubleshooting 7. Diagnostics Trouble Reason Solution No indication of power (opional with display), and/or test button does not function No indication value at digital display Cannot calibrate sensorboard Cannot set trip/setpoints Fail-safe alarm Power not applied Fuse failure Interruption in the cable connection between motherboard and displayboard Failure on displayboard Mode operating switch S on displayboard, position 3 = OFF Interruption in the cable connection between motherboard and displayboard Failure on displayboard Interruption in the cable connection between motherboard and displayboard Sensor sensitivity too low Failure on sensorboard Trip/setpoint values are set too high Failure on motherboard Interruption of sensor cable or sensor sensitivity too low Control span voltage lower then 200mV Measure power on terminal block X terminal H / N for 20 VAC (24 Check miniature fuses F, F2 or F on motherboard Check cable connections for tight fit Replace displayboard Set switch in position: = low trip/setpoint 2 = high trip/setpoint 4 = sensed value Check cable connections for tight fit Replace displayboard Check cable connections for tight fit Replace sensor Replace sensorboard Adjust trip/setpoint values again (see section 5. to 5.3) Replace motherboard Check cable connection, or if necessary replace and calibrate sensor Recalibrate the sensor, or if necessary replace sensor element
14 User Manual - PolyGard CO SPC-0 Page 4 8 Cross-sensitivity Data This table shows the typical response to be expected from the sensor when exposed to the following gases. Gas Chemical mark Gas concentration Tolerance ppm CO Acetone (CH 3 )CO(CH 3 ) 200 ppm < 0.46 ppm Ammonia NH 3 00 ppm 0 pmm Chlorine CL 2 ppm 0 ppm Ethanol C 2 H 5 OH 200 ppm 0 ppm Ethylene C 2 H 4 00 ppm 00 ppm Hydrogen H 2 00 ppm < 60 ppm Hydrogen chloride HCI 5 ppm 0 ppm Hydrogen cyanide HCN 0 ppm < 2 ppm Hydrogen sulphide H 2 S 5 ppm < 0.3 ppm Nitric oxide 35 ppm 7 ppm Nitrogen dioxide 2 5 ppm - ppm Sulphur dioxide SO 2 5 ppm 0 ppm Toluene C 6 H 5 CH ppm 0 ppm Trichloraethane C 2 HCL ppm < 0 ppm
15 User Manual - PolyGard CO SPC-0 Page 5 9 Specifications Electrical 20 VAC, -0%/ +20%, 50/60 Hz, or Power supply: 24 VAC/DC, 0%/ +20%, without built-in transformer resettable.6 A fuse Power consumption: 0.6 A (5 VA), max. - w/optional heater.6 A (39 VA), max. RFI/EMI protection 5.0 ft. (0.3 m) radiated Sensor Performance Gas detected Carbon monoxide (CO) Sensor element Electrochemical, diffusion Range ppm factory sete 0 50 to ppm, adjustable via calibration Stability & resolution ± 0.5 ppm of reading Repeatability ± % of reading Long term output drift < 0.4% signal loss/month Response time t sec. Sensor life expectancy 5 years, normal operating environment Sensor coverage 5,000 sq.ft. (465 m 2 ) to 0,000 sq.ft. (930 m 2 ) under ideal conditions Installation Location Mounting height 5 to 6 ft. (.5 to.8 m) above floor Relay outputs Low alarm (K) DPDT, 0 A (optional time delay relay, 0 A) potential free, 250 VAC High alarm (K2) DPDT, 0 A, potential free, 250 VAC max. Remote alarm (R3) SPST, 5 A, potential free, 250 VAC max. Fail-safe (R4) SPST, 5 A, potential free, 250 VAC max. Type of Control General Two-stage, low and high alarm Trip/setpoints Trip/setpoints - Low alarm 50 ppm CO (factory calibrated, user adjustable) - High alarm 00 ppm CO (factory calibrated, user adjustable) Switching differential 4% or 0% of sensing range, selectable Analog output signal -5 VDC for external controller (the controller s analog input must provide isolation for the -5 V DC signal), load > 50 kohm Audible alarm 90 db, enabled or disabled, selectable Visual Indications and Reset Push Buttons, optional Digital display 3.5 digit, ppm reading Power/operating status LED Green = power on / Red = failure Alarm status LED Orange = low alarm / Red = high alarm Reset 2 nd alarm button LED on = w/high alarm on (only w/latched relay configuration) Reset audible button LED on = w/internal horn and/or relay R3 for remote alarm is on Alarm acknowledgement / reset function Low alarm: auto reset High alarm: auto reset or manual reset, selectable
16 User Manual - PolyGard CO SPC-0 Page 6 Operating Environment Working temperature 23 F to 04 F (-5 C to + 40 C) Storage temperature -4 F to 04 F (-25 C to + 40 C) Humidity 5 to 95% RH non-condensing Pressure range Atmospheric ±0% Optional Heater, built-in For low temperature environment Ambient temperature -22 F to 04 F (-30 C to 40 C) Thermostatic control 32 F (0 C) ± 5 F (3 C) Physical Characteristics Enclosure material Steel case Enclosure color Light beige Protection NEMA 4 (IP 55) Installation Wall (surface) mounted Dimensions, enclosure (HxWxD) 9.06 x 8.27 x 5.6 in. (230 x 20 x 42 mm) Dimensions, splash guard (HxDia.) 0.63 x 2.56 in. (6 x 65 mm) Cable entry 3 holes for ½ in. conduit, covered Wire connection Terminal blocks, screw type for lead wire Wire size Min. 24 AWG (0.25 mm 2 ) max. 4 AWG (2.5 mm 2 ) Weight 8.8 Ibs. (4.0 kg) Approvals/Listings - unit City of Los Angeles Approved CE VDI 2053 (pending) EMV Compliance 89/336/EWG - sensor UL Recognized - relays UL Recognized, CSA Certified, TÜV - transformer UL Listed, CSA Certified Warranty Two years material and workmanship
17 User Manual - PolyGard CO SPC-0 Page 7 0 Wiring Configuration and Enclosure Dimensions Wiring Configuration Fig. Low alarm level option, with time delay relay (instead of standard relay) Common Common Low alarm level time delay DPDT relay "K (R)" Low Alarm Time Delay Relay K (R) coil coil C C Note: - connection is reversed on the relay socket compared to the standard relay RTE-P Common Common Common Common Low alarm level standard DPDT relay "K (R)" High alarm level standard DPDT relay "K2 (R2)" Low Alarm Standard Relay K (R) High Alarm Standard Relay K2 (R2) F F2-5 VDC Power Terminal Block X VAC VDC coil coil coil coil H N G FUSE FUSE C C C C *.6 A replaceable fuse is installed per fuse holder Wire Track R R2 R3 R4 Transformer T 4 ( ) (+) (+) ( ) (+) 8 X X X Common Remote strobe/horn/ display alarm actuation "R3" Motherboard X = Ribbon cable connection to transmitter and display (factory installed) X3 9 8 X3 Common Remote fail-safe "R4" Power terminal block "X" Gray Blue Green/yellow H N G AC hot AC neutral Earth ground 20 VAC or 24 VAC/DC power supply G Ground shield 2 (+) -5 VDC analog output signal ( ) to remote controller or BAS X2 Relay contact positions K (R), K2 (R2), R3 and R4: Power off, as drawn Power on and no alarm condition, as drawn, and R4 is open Power on and alarm condition for K (R), K2 (R2) and R3, contacts are closed between common and, and R4 stays open Power loss or system failure, R4 is closed Recommended Twisted, shielded wire for -5 VDC output signal Grounded housing * With 24 VAC/DC power supply: Remove factory installed transformer "T" and transformer wires Disconnect lead wire from " F2" fuse block terminal and connect to "F *(right hand)" fuse block terminal Add wire and connect between AC neutral "N (leftside)" of power terminal block and "X2 - terminal 4" of motherboard X2 ( ) 4 F F2 FUSE FUSE * Power Terminal Block X H N G
18 User Manual - PolyGard CO SPC-0 Page 8 Assembly Fig in. (70 mm) 8.27 in. (20 mm) Low Alarm Standard Relay K (R) COIL COIL C C High Alarm Standard Relay K2 (R2) COIL COIL C C Wire Track Mounting hole d = 0.2 in. (5 mm) X Power Terminal Block X Fuse (,6 A) Fuse (,6 A) VDC VAC VDC F 800mA (-) (+) (~) (-) (+) X2 JP H N G F F2 * R R2 R3 R X3 T Transformer 40MWSH Low alarm override Mounting hole d = 0.2 in. (5 mm) 5.90 in. (50 mm) 9.06 in. (230 mm) JP R R2 R3 R4 S ON JP2 S R3 Motherboard JP5 JP4 JP3 JP JP9 JP2 J JP6 J2 JM JP0 JP8 R32 AUTO Horn 0.40 in. (0 mm) Dimensions Fig. 3
19 User Manual - PolyGard CO SPC-0 Page in. (20 mm) 0.63 in. (6 mm) 9.06 in. (230 mm) / / MSR green = Power Power red = Trouble Reset 2. Alarm PolyGard ppm orange=.alarm Alarm red = 2. Alarm Reset Audible 0.63 in. (6 mm) 5.6 in. (42 mm)
20 User Manual - PolyGard CO SPC-0 Page 20 Motherboard Fig. 4 Connector dispaly and sensorboard X JP JP2 S VDC VAC VDC F 800mA (-) (+) (~) (-) (+) R3 JP7 X Analog output w/without display JP5 JP4 JP3 Motherboard JP R R2 R3 R R R2 R3 JP6 JP9 J J2 JM R4 X3 JP8 JP0 R32 R3 = not active R3 = w/high alarm active R3 = w/low alarm active Testpin JM (Common) Testpin J2 High trip/setpoint value Testpin J Low trip/setpoint value Switching differential of High trip/setpoint value Adjustment trip/setpoint High trip/setpoint JP2 Test button Adjustment trip/setpoint Low trip/setpoint Switching differential of Low trip/setpoint value System failure actives high alarm High alarm latch Displayboard Fig. 5 JP.2 JP. Display w/without sign S JP7 R3 R32 J3 J4 Mode operating switch = set trip/setpoint Low 2 = set trip/setpoint High 3 = 4 = Normally operating mode Adjusted max. value Adjusted min. value Testpin display range Changing display range X Connector dispaly and sensorboard JP2 Button Reset Alarm High activates ANZEXST.CDR Displayboard
21 User Manual - PolyGard CO SPC-0 Page 2 Sensorboard Fig. 6 X2 X9 X6 + - C S X3 R EC-C Sensor VR3 Span VR2 Zero Platin30
22 User Manual - PolyGard CO SPC-0 Page 22 Notes and General Information It is important to read this user manual thoroughly and clearly understand the information and instructions. The PolyGard single point controller must be used within product specification capabilities. The appropriate operating and maintenance instructions and recommendations must be followed. Due to ongoing product development, MSR reserves the right to change specifications without notice. The information contained herein is based upon data considered to be accurate. However, no guarantee is expressed or implied regarding the accuracy of this data.. Intended product application The PolyGard CO SPC-0 single point controller is designed and manufactured for control applications for energy savings and OSHA air quality compliance in commercial buildings and manufacturing plants (i.e., detection and automatic exhaust fan control for automotive maintenance facilities, enclosed parking garages, engine repair shops, warehouses with forklifts, fire stations, tunnels, etc.)..2 Installers responsibilities It is the installer`s responsibility to ensure that all PolyGard single point controller is installed in compliance with all national and local codes and OSHA requirements. Installation should be implemented only by individuals familiar with proper installation techniques and with codes, standards and proper safety procedures for control installations and the latest edition of the National Electrical Code (ANSI/NFPA70). It is also essential to strictly follow all instructions as provided in the user manual..3 Maintenance It is recommended that the PolyGard single point controller performance check be done on a routine schedule. Any performance deviations may be serviced based on needed requirements. Re-calibration and part replacement may be implemented in the field by a qualified individual and with the appropriate tools. Alternatively, the easily removable plug-in transmitter card with the sensor may be returned for service to INTEC Controls..4 Limited warranty MSR and INTEC Controls warrant the PolyGard single point controller for a period of two (2) years from the date of shipment against defects in material or workmanship. Should any evidence of defects in material or workmanship occur during the warranty period, MSR or INTEC Controls will repair or replace the product at their own discretion, without charge. This warranty does not apply to units that have been altered, had repair attempted, or been subjected to abuse, accidental or otherwise. The warranty also does not apply to units in which the sensor element has been overexposed or gas poisoned. The above warranty is in lieu of all other express warranties, obligations or liabilities. This warranty extends only to the PolyGard single point controller. MSR and INTEC Controls shall not be liable for any incidental or consequential damages arising out of or related to the use of the PolyGard single point controller..5 Return instructions If the PolyGard single point controller needs to be returned to INTEC Controls for service, an RMA number must be obtained prior to sending.
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A d e v i h c r D c o n e m u WARRANT Y AND LIMITS OF LIABILIT Y Vulcain Inc. warrants to the original purchaser that its product, and the component parts thereof, will be free from defects in workmanship
65-2397RK CO 2 Transmitter Operator s Manual Part Number: 71-0185RK Revision: B Released: 7/18/14 RKI Instruments, Inc. www.rkiinstruments.com WARNING Read and understand this instruction manual before
GASGUARD H2S EXP Hydrogen Sulfide Sensor OPERATING & INSTALLATION MANUAL Operating and Installation Manual Warning Use this product only in the manner described in this manual. If the equipment is used
WARRANT Y AND LIMITS OF LIABILIT Y Vulcain Inc. warrants to the original purchaser that its product, and the component parts thereof, will be free from defects in workmanship and materials for a period
65-2432RK-05 Carbon Monoxide Transmitter Operator s Manual Part Number: 71-0113RK Revision: B Released: 11/26/14 www.rkiinstruments.com WARNING Read and understand this instruction manual before operating
! "! # $% Please read these installation and operating instructions completely and carefully before starting. File name:3009405d Revised,20/10/2008 Copyright, July 2004 The Armstrong Monitoring Corporation
Introduction The CO Transmitter uses an electrochemical sensor to monitor the carbon monoxide level and outputs a field-selectable 4-20 ma or voltage signal. The voltage signal may also be set to 0-5 or
PolyGard Single Point Controller SPC-43-20XX Single Point Gas Controller for Refrigerant Gases Serial Number _E_ User Manual January 2015 Phone: 0049(0)8531/9004-0 Fax: 0049(0)8531/9004-54 Specification
228s Multidrop INSTRUCTIONS Installation and Operation of the AMC-228s Electrochemical Sensor Module For Use With Multidrop AMC Monitors IMPORTANT: Please read these installation and operating instructions
65-2496RK/65-2499RK Carbon Monoxide Detector Operator s Manual Part Number: 71-0156RK Revision: 0 Released: 2/16/11 www.rkiinstruments.com WARNING Read and understand this instruction manual before operating
GG-NH3-2% AMMONIA GAS SENSOR Installation and Operation Manual 2 GG-NH3-2% Warning Use this product only in the manner described in this manual. If the equipment is used in a manner not specified by Calibration
PolyGard Single Point Controller SPC-X3-34XX for Combustible Gases DESCRIPTION Gas measuring and monitoring controller based on stateof-the-art microtechnology with integrated sensor for continuous monitoring
INSTALLATI AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIS PRODUCTS CMD Series CO Detectors FGD Series Refrigerant Detectors AGD Series Toxic Gas Detectors CGD Series Combustible Gas Detectors (All transmitters are factory set
PolyGard Single Point Controller SPC3-3300 Single Point Gas Controller for Combustible Gases Serial Number _E_1008 User Manual October, 2008 January 04, 2016 Revision PolyGard is a registered trademark
65-2485RK-02 Multi Point Detector Operator s Manual Part Number: 71-0237RK Revision: A Released: 11/26/14 RKI Instruments, Inc. www.rkiinstruments.com WARNING Read and understand this instruction manual
GCO Carbon Monoxide (CO) Gas Detector March 15 Features Output 4-20 ma or 2-10 Vdc Power supply 24 Vdc Ranges 0-100 ppm or 0-300 ppm IP65 enclosure with quick locking screws Digital measurement value processing
Beacon 410A Gas Monitor Operator s Manual Part Number: 71-0397 Revision: F Released: 12/5/17 www.rkiinstruments.com Product Warranty RKI Instruments, Inc., warrants gas alarm equipment sold by us to be
Tox-COMB/ANA Combustible Gas Transmitter Operator s Manual Part Number: 71-0132TA Revision: A Released: 4/23/10 www.toxalert.com Product Warranty Toxalert International, Inc. warrants gas alarm equipment
Beacon 800 Gas Monitor Operator s Manual Part Number: 71-0037RK Revision: F Released: 4/18/17 www.rkiinstruments.com Product Warranty RKI Instruments, Inc. warrants gas alarm equipment sold by us to be
MST, INC. MODEL 2002 CARBON MONOXIDE MONITOR (AMBIENT-TYPE) OWNER S MANUAL IMPORTANT WARNING WHEN THE CO MONITOR IS CORRECTLY INSTALLED AND MAINTAINED, IT MONITORS THE LEVEL OF CARBON MONOXIDE IN ITS SURROUNDINGS..
MODEL QTS-1800 SERIES WALL MOUNT DIGITAL AND ANALOG TRANSMITTER/SENSOR INSTALLATION OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL QUATROSENSE ENVIRONMENTAL LTD. 5935 OTTAWA STREET, PO BOX 749 RICHMOND, ONTARIO CANADA
65-2450RK Transmitter Technical Notice Although this Operator s Manual was written for the 65-2400RK combustible gas LEL transmitter, the operational instructions are the same for the 65-2450RK hydrogen
Model 2102 Gas Alarm Panel APPLICABILITY & EFFECTIVITY This manual provides instructions for the following Sierra Monitor products: Model Description 2102-00 Alarm Panel 2 Channel 2102-01 Alarm Panel 2
1. 2. What advantages does the GT3000 have over the C7064? Hot swappable GTS sensor module is intrinsically safe and allows live maintenance under power Supports HART communication Supports local, one-person
Description The Room Pressure Monitor is used to measure differential pressure in the range of 0.125 to 1"wc or 30 to 250 Pa. It combines precision high sensitivity silicon sensing capabilities and the
PNEUMERCATOR Liquid Level Control Systems Electronic Systems Excluding LC2000 And TMS Series MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 400 300 500 FUEL LEVEL LEAK MONITOR 1 200 600 OIL/GAS NORMAL WATER PNEUMERCATOR
Toxic Gas Detection Model F12 Toxic Gas Detection Smart Sensor Technology The Series F12 Gas Transmitter is an Intrinsically Safe (IS) version of our explosion-proof D12 transmitter. In its standard form,
GG-VL-R REFRIGERANT VENT LINE SENSOR Installation and Operation Manual 2 GG-VL-R Warning Use this product only in the manner described in this manual. If the equipment is used in a manner not specified
P R O D U C T S P E C I F I C A T I O N MSA Ultima X Series Sensor/Transmitter Specification 1.0 This specification details the attributes and operating characteristics of the MSA Ultima X Series sensors/transmitters.
300 Features Digital measurement value processing incl. temperature compensation Internal function control with integrated hardware watchdog Data / measured values sensor controller, therefore simple exchange
35-3010RKA-03 Sample-Draw Detector Head Part Number: 71-0134RK Revision: E Released: 6/5/17 rkiinstruments.com WARNING Read and understand this instruction manual before operating detector. Improper use
65-2502RK/65-2510RK Oxygen Detector Operator s Manual Part Number: 71-0074RK Revision: A Released: 3/1/11 www.rkiinstruments.com WARNING Read and understand this instruction manual before operating detector.
DATA SHEET 1(7) GAS DETECTOR ST400EC PART.NO. 004461-004467 DETECTION OF TOXIC GASES AND OXYGEN SYSTEM GS5000, GS3000, SW2020, BUCONTROL / BUTOUCH GENERAL DESCRIPTION Detection of toxic gases and Oxygen
35-3001-01 Combustible Gas Sample-Draw Detector Operator s Manual Part Number: 71-0282RK Revision: A Released: 8/3/17 www.rkiinstruments.com WARNING Read and understand this instruction manual before operating
1. DESCRIPTION OF TECHNOLOGY The CO sensor is based on the technology of electrochemical gas detection principle. This technology can be used to detect chemicals or gases that can be oxidized or reduced
65-2394RK-CH4-4 Combustible Gas Transmitter Operator s Manual Part Number: 71-0277RK Revision: P1 Released: 4/9/13 RKI Instruments, Inc. www.rkiinstruments.com WARNING Read and understand this instruction
65-2480RK Multi Point Detector Operator s Manual Part Number: 71-0198RK Revision: C Released: 11/26/14 RKI Instruments, Inc. www.rkiinstruments.com WARNING Read and understand this instruction manual before
Beacon 110 Gas Monitor Operator s Manual Part Number: 71-0110RK Revision: H Released: 12/5/17 RKI Instruments, Inc. www.rkiinstruments.com Product Warranty RKI Instruments, Inc., warrants gas alarm equipment
ALTAIR 5X Multigas Detector Product Specification PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS Gas delivery Size, pumped unit without IR Size, pumped unit with IR Weight Handling Case material Environmental protection Display
GasScanner 8C Eight Channel Monitor Operator s Manual MINT-0281-XX Rev. A 01/29/08 Product Warranty Matheson Tri-Gas, Inc., warrants gas alarm equipment sold by us to be free from defects in materials,
65-2494RK/65-2497RK Oxygen Detector Operator s Manual Part Number: 71-0179RK Revision: 0 Released: 2/16/11 www.rkiinstruments.com WARNING Read and understand this instruction manual before operating detector.
PolyGard Digital Gas Controller DGC05 RS485 DESCRIPTION Gas measuring controller series for continuous monitoring and warning of toxic, combustible and refrigerant gases and vapours. The gas controller
65-2433RK-05 Carbon Monoxide Detector Operator s Manual Part Number: 71-0189RK Revision: 0 Released: 5/17/11 RKI Instruments, Inc. www.rkiinstruments.com WARNING Read and understand this instruction manual
Models TX-KE and TX-KP Toxic Gas Transmitters Instruction Manual PureAire Monitoring Systems, Inc. 557 Capital Dr. Lake Zurich, IL. 60047 Phone: 847-726-6000 Fax: 847-726-6051 Toll-Free: 888-788-8050 www.pureairemonitoring.com
MiniCO, MiniH 2 S, MiniOX, MiniOX Remote, MiniCl 2 TM, and MiniClO 2 TM Responder Detectors Instruction Manual "! WARNING THIS MANUAL MUST BE CAREFULLY READ BY ALL INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE OR WILL HAVE THE
M I L - R A M T E C H N O L O G Y Toxic Smarter Transmitter Instruction Manual Sensor Type: Detection Range: Operating Voltage: 24VDC Ammonia, NH 3 Boron Trichloride, BCl 3 Bromine, Br 2 Carbon Monoxide,