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Service Manual
LT 200 / DRB 200

DOC222.52.00609.Mar05

HACH LANGE GmbH

Postfach 27 02 47

D-40525 Dsseldorf

Service Dsseldorf: Bongert, Willms, Krou, Heger


ServiceSupport

Volker Maue
VM

CC: Mller-Kemsa

+49 (0) 211 5288-375


+49 (0) 211 5288-289
volker.maue@hach-lange.de

10.03.2005

Service Information
Bitte aktualisieren Sie Ihre Serviceunterlagen!
Please update your service manuals!

Thermostat LT 200 / DRB 200 Software Version 1.3.3


Bei einigen Thermostaten gab es Ausflle mit dem Fehler Init Error und defekten Heizfolien. Deswegen
wurde die Software mit folgenden nderungen verbessert:
Verbesserung der Spannungserkennung in der Initialisierungsphase
Men fr Dauertest eingefgt (im erweiterten Testprogramm Burn in Test) nur fr die Produktion
Einfhrung eines Auslieferungsstatus
Sprachauswahl erscheint beim erstmaligen Einschalten (im
erweiterten Testprogramm - Supply Defaults Set) nur fr die Produktion
Das Softwareupdate sollte nur auf Gerten erfolgen, welche sich zur Reparatur in der Serviceabteilung
befinden. Es sollen keine funktionsfhigen Thermostate mit der neuen Software aktualisiert werden!

Achtung: Das Softwareupdate erfolgt nur im Servicecenter in Dsseldorf! Alle anderen


Serviceabteilungen tauschen bitte die Rechnerkarte aus!
Seit Ende 2004 gibt es 3 zustzliche Varianten des LT 200 bzw. DRB 200:
LTG082.xx.23000
LT 200
9x13 / 6x13mm + 9x13 / 6x13mm
LTG082.xx.51000
LT 200
6x13 / 4x20mm + 6x13 / 4x20mm
LTG082.xx.44001
DRB 200
9x16 / 6x16mm + 9x16 / 6x16mm

As some customers had problems with the reactor LT 200 / DRB 200 (error message Init Error, defective
heating foils), we modified the software with following improvements:
Better recognition of main voltage during the initialization
Insert a long time heating test (advanced test program Burn in Test) only for production

Insert a start-up mode


after the first power on a language selection appears (advanced test program
Supply Defaults Set) only for production
Please update only the devices which are being repaired in the service department! Please dont update
devices which are still in working order!

Note: The upgrade of the new software version only take place at our service department
in Dsseldorf! All other service departments should replace the digital board!
Since the end of 2004 some additional version of LT 200 / DRB 200 are available:
LTG082.xx.23000
LT 200
9x13 / 6x13mm + 9x13 / 6x13mm
LTG082.xx.51000
LT 200
6x13 / 4x20mm + 6x13 / 4x20mm
LTG082.xx.44001
DRB 200
9x16 / 6x16mm + 9x16 / 6x16mm

Volker Maue
BU Lab Photometer

Softwareupdate LT 200 / DRB 200


1. Hilfsmittel
PC mit Betriebssystem Windows 9x / Me / NT / 2000 / XP und serieller Schnittstelle
Programm Flip (Atmel)
Konfigurationsdatei "LT200.cfg"
Datei "YYX471.hex"
Achtung: Die komplette Software ist im Intranet im Men Service / Software verfgbar!
Service-Adapter VAA564
Schnittstellenkabel, Nullmodemkabel gekreuzt, Dr.Lange Bestell-Nr. LZV087
2. Vorbereitende Ttigkeiten
Programm Flip aus zip-Datei auspacken und auf in einem Ordner abspeichern
3. Update
LT 200 / DRB 200 ffnen
Auf der Rechnerplatte ZBA719 den gewinkelten 8-poligen Stecker des Serviceadapters VAA564 wie im
Bild dargestellt aufstecken

Das Nullmodemkabel zwischen den Service-Adapter und der seriellen Schnittstelle COM1 des PC's
anschlieen (siehe Grafik)

LT200 / DRB 200


ZBA719

PC
RS232
COM1

Kabel
LZV087

ServiceAdapter
VAA564

Den gelben Taste am Service-Adapter drcken und den Thermostaten einschalten


Im Display des Thermostaten erfolgt keine Anzeige
Taster wieder loslassen und am PC das Programm flip.exe starten
Im Men File den Punkt Read Configuration File auswhlen (siehe Bild)

Datei "LT200.cfg" auswhlen (siehe Bild)

den Button Run anklicken (siehe roter Kreis im Bild)

die Schritte Erase, Blank Check, Program und Verify werden automatisch nacheinander abgearbeitet
(siehe Bild)

Programm Flip beenden


Thermostat ausschalten
Service-Adapter entfernen
Thermostat einschalten
Softwareversion kontrollieren, wird whrend der Initialisierungsphase angezeigt

Software update LT 200 / DRB 200


1. Aids
PC or notebook with Windows 9x / Me / NT / 2000 / XP and serial port
Program Flip (Atmel)
Configuration file "LT200.cfg"
File "YYX471.hex"
Note: These files are available as download in our Hach-Lange Intranet, menu Service/Software.
Service adapter VAA564
Null modem cable, Dr.Lange order no. LZV087
2. Preliminaries
Unzip program Flip and save all files in a separate folder
3. Update
Open the thermostat LT 200 / DRB 200.
Connect the service adapter VAA564 to the digital board ZBA719 (see photo).

Connect the null modem cable LZV087 between service adapter and PC serial port COM1 (see graphic).

LT200 / DRB 200


ZBA719

PC
RS232
COM1

Cable
LZV087

ServiceAdapter
VAA564

Press the yellow switch of the service adapter and power on the thermostat.
Note: It does not appear any text on the display!
Release switch and start the program flip.exe.
In the menu, select File, Read Configuration File...F4 (see screenshot).

Select file "LT200.cfg" (see screenshot).

Start by clicking Run (see red circle on the screenshot).

The steps Erase, Blank Check, Program and Verify are carried out automatically in sequence (see
screenshot).

Exit program Flip.


Power off the thermostat.
Remove service adapter.
Power on the thermostat.
Check the software version, it appears during the initialization.

Content
1. General

1.1 Variants ............................................................................................................ 2


1.2 Technical data .................................................................................................. 4
1.3 Initializing for 115V / 230V mains voltage ........................................................ 5
1.4 Error messages ................................................................................................ 5

2. Settings

2.1 Language.......................................................................................................... 6
2.2 Contrast ............................................................................................................ 6

3. Test program

3.1 Loading the test program ................................................................................. 7


3.2 User interface ................................................................................................... 9
3.3 Set block type ................................................................................................... 9
3.4 Displaying the software version and block type ............................................. 10
3.5 Restore factory settings.................................................................................. 10

4. Temperature adjustment

11

5. Troubleshooting

15

6. Removing, fitting and repairing individual components

16

6.1 Overview......................................................................................................... 17
6.2 Opening the thermostat.................................................................................. 19
6.3 Top section of the enclosure .......................................................................... 20
6.4 Protective lid ................................................................................................... 20
6.5 Covers ............................................................................................................ 21
6.6 Digital board ................................................................................................... 21
6.7 Display............................................................................................................ 22
6.8 Touch-sensitive keypad.................................................................................. 23
6.9 Mains connector with switch, interference suppression filter ......................... 23
6.10 Powerpack board ......................................................................................... 24
6.11 Heating block, heating foil, temperature sensor........................................... 26

7. Spare parts

28

8. Inspection document

34

9. Circuit diagrams and component mounting diagrams

37

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1. General 1

1. General
1.1 Variants
LT 200
Article no. LTG082.xx.10000

Openings: 9 x 13mm and 2 x 20mm

Article no. LTG082.xx.21000

Openings: 15 x 13mm
Openings: 6 x 13 and 4 x 20mm

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DRB 200
Article no. LTG082.xx.30001
Openings: 9 x 16mm and 2 x 20mm

Article no. LTG082.xx.42001

LTG082.xx.40001:
Openings: 15 x 16mm

Openings: 15 x 16mm
Openings: 6 x 16 and 4 x 20mm

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1. General 3

1.2 Technical data


Type

Thermostat with one heating block or two separate heating blocks with integrated
protective lids for heating cuvette tests and reaction vessels
Temperature programs LT 200:
COD program (148C, 120 min)
100C program (100C, 30, 60, 120 min)
40C program (40C, 10 min) and
freely selectable from 37 to 148C (no cooling)

Time programs
Heating rate

Temperature stability
Number of cuvettes

Power requirements
Power input
Safety tests
Environmental
requirements
Dimensions
Weight

Warranty

4 1. General

DRB 200:
TOC program (105C, 120 min)
100C program (100C, 30, 60, 120 min)
105C program (105C, 30, 60, 120 min)
150C program (150C, 30, 60, 120 min)
165C program (165C, 30, 60, 120 min)
and freely selectable from 37 to 165C (no cooling)
Freely selectable 0-480 min; acoustic signal after countdown to zero
LT 200:
from 20C to 148C in 10 min (in conformity with DIN 38409-44)
DRB 200:
from 20C to 150C in 10 min
+/- 2C
LT 200:
LTG082.xx.10000: 9 x 13 mm diameter, 2 x 20 mm diameter
LTG082.xx.21000: left: 15 x 13 mm diameter
right: 6 x 13 mm diameter, 4 x 20 mm diameter
DRB 200:
LTG082.xx.30001: 9 x 16 mm diameter, 2 x 20 mm diameter
LTG082.xx.40001: 15 x 16 mm
LTG082.xx.42001: left: 15 x 16 mm diameter
right: 6 x 16 mm diameter, 4 x 20 mm diameter
115 / 230 V, +5%/-15%, 50 / 60 Hz, safety class I
LTG 082.xx.10000, LTG082.xx.30001 / LTG082.xx.40001:
115 V: 300 VA; 230 V: 450 VA
LTG 082.xx.21000, LTG082.xx.42001: 115 V: 600 VA; 230 V: 900 VA
CE, GS and cTUVus
Operating temperature: 10 - 45C
Storage temperature: -40 - 60C
Relative humidity: max. 90%, non-condensing
W x H x D: 250 x 145 x 310 mm
LTG 082.xx.10000, LTG082.xx.30001 / LTG082.xx.40001: 2 kg (instrument only),
3.5 kg (with packaging)
LTG 082.xx.21000, LTG082.xx.42001: 2.8 kg (instrument only), 4.3 kg (with
packaging)
2 years

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1.3 Initializing for 115V / 230V mains voltage


The thermostat is suitable for both 115V and 230V mains voltage. The software determines the correct
voltage setting automatically during the initialization phase. When the thermostat is switched on, the heating
block or, in the case of a two-block thermostat, the right heating block is heated for 5 seconds at full power
(both half-waves of the power supply are used). If the temperature change after 5 seconds is less than 3C,
the software assumes that the mains voltage is 115V. The heating foil is driven by the full wave of the 115V
power supply.
If the temperature change after 5 seconds is greater than 3C, the software assumes that the mains voltage
is 230V. In this case, the heating foil is driven by only every fourth wave of the 230 V power supply.
The heating foil can therefore be used with approximately the same power input at different mains voltages.
The right and left heating blocks of a two-block thermostat are driven alternately. This reduces the load on
the power supply network.

1.4 Error messages


Error message
Block too hot!
Please Wait!

Init error
No amplifier adjust!
No interface!
No block select!
No block adjust!
No tuning left!
Initializing
Overtemp. WAIT!

Explanation
After the thermostat is switched on, it is
heated for about 5 seconds to initialize it.
However, if the block temperature is
greater than 160C before the heating
phase starts, this error message is
displayed.
A user program has been started but the
block temperature is higher than the
required temperature.
Initialization could not be performed. The
thermostat is not heating up.
Digital board has not These error
been adjusted
messages are for use
No user interface has during production.
been selected
No block type has
been selected
No temp. adjustment
has been carried out
The temperature adjustment was started but
not completed.
Initialization could not be carried out.

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Response
Allow the block to cool
Check temperature sensor
Check powerpack board

Check temperature sensor


Check heating foil
Check powerpack board
Replace digital board
Select user interface in advanced
test program.
Select block type in advanced test
program.
Select adjust temp. in test
program.
Check temperature sensors
Pt1 and Pt2
Check heating foil
Check powerpack board

1. General 5

2. Settings
2.1 Language
Press the left key, keep it held down and switch on.
Sprache
GB

The following language options are available:


GB
D
F
I
E
NL
S
PL

Great Britain
Germany
France
Italy
Spain
Netherlands
Sweden
Poland

After a language has been selected, the initialization of the thermostat starts.

2.2 Contrast
Press the centre key, keep it held down and switch on.

Contrast

140
OK

The contrast can be adjusted with the left and centre keys. Press the right key to store the setting. The
initialization of the thermostat then starts.

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3. Test program
3.1 Loading the test program
There are a basic and an advanced test program.
The basic test program can only be used to adjust (calibrate) the temperature of the heating blocks. The
advanced test program can be used to specify the number of blocks and set the software to Dr. Bruno
Lange or Hach mode.

Basic test program


Press the right key, keep it held down and switch on.
Service

Temp. adjust
Start

Service
End
Temperature adjustment

Final inspection
Start

Main program
End

Only for Production!

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3. Test program 7

Advanced test program


Press the right key, keep it held down and switch on. Then press the left key and keep it held down for about
10 seconds.
Service

Ampl. adjust
Start
Beep

User interface
DBL
Hach

Only for Production!

Emits audible signal

Set block type


left
right

Block left
15
9+2

Info
Show

Block right
15
9+2
Info about block
selection and
software

Block left
6+4
End

Temp. adjust
Start

Temp. adjustment

Block right
6+4
End

Final inspection
Start

Final inspection
Start

Service
End

End

Main program

Only for Production!


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3.2 User interface


In the User Interface menu of the advanced test program, the left key can be used to select DBL (Dr. Bruno
Lange) and the centre key can be used to select Hach. If DBL is selected, the time starts to count down to
zero immediately after the program starts. If Hach is selected, the time starts to count down to zero when
the selected temperature has been reached and the Start key has been pressed.
User interface
DBL
Hach

Press the right key ( ) until the following menu appears.


Service
End

Press the left key (End).


The program branches back to normal mode.
Note:

When DBL or Hach is selected, the temperature programs in the user menu revert to the
factory settings.

3.3 Set block type


In the Set block type menu in the advanced test program, the left key can be used to select the left block
type and the right key to select the right block type.
Set block type
left
right

The following block types can be selected:


Block type
15
9+2
6+4

LT 200
15 x 13mm
9 x 13mm + 2 x 20mm
6 x 13mm + 4 x 20mm

DRB 200
15 x 16mm
9 x 16mm + 2 x 20mm
6 x 16mm + 4 x 20mm

The selections can be saved by pressing the End key.


Block left
6+4
End

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3.4 Displaying the software version and block type


In the Info menu of the advanced test program, the Show key on the left can be used to display the software
version and the selected block type.

Info
Show

For example:
DBL

15

6+4

V 1.2.2

DBL
15
6+4
V1.2.2

= Dr. Bruno Lange user interface


= Left block type 15 x 13mm
= Right block type 6 x 13mm + 4 x 20mm
= Software version 1.2.1

Software history:
Version 1.2.2
Version 1.2.3

First delivery Sep. 2003


Default contrast changed, Error message "No interface" implemented (for production)
Oct. 2003

3.5 Restore factory settings


In order to restore the factory settings, DBL or Hach must be selected again in the User Interface menu.
See 3.2 User interface

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4. Temperature adjustment
General
The temperature adjustment is described for the double block (LTG082.xx.21000, LTG082.xx.42001).
Aids
Glycerol, anhydrous (reagent grade >99.5%), approx. 5ml
Laboratory thermometer ASTM 67C (range 95C 155C, resolution 0.2C, height 379mm)
Article-No.: VAA568
Pipette
Protective goggles
LT 200:
Cuvette, outside diameter 13mm, Order no.: LCW906 (25 cuvettes)
DRB 200:
Cuvette, outside diameter 16mm, Order no.: 2275800 (1 cuvette), 2275806 (6 cuvettes)
Preparation of the cuvette
LT 200:
Mark the cuvette 62mm (+/-0.5 mm) from the base.
DRB 200:
Mark the cuvette 56mm (+/-0.5mm) from the base.
Place the laboratory thermometer in the cuvette.
Use a pipette to fill the cuvette up to the mark with glycerol.
Note: The glycerol should be at room temperature!
Position of the cuvette
Second row from the front, in the middle (see
LT 200:
Article no. LTG082.xx.10000

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in the diagram)
Article no. LTG082.xx.21000

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DRB 200:
Article no. LTG082.xx.30001

Article no. LTG082.xx.40001

Article no. LTG082.xx.42001

Adjustment
Place the cuvette in the left block.

Take care:

Wear protective goggles!

Hot glycerol could escape from the open cuvette.


Start the basic test program (see 3.1 Loading the test program):
Press the right key, keep it held down and switch on.
In the Temp. adjust menu, press the left key (Start)
Temp. adjust
Start

The thermostat heats both blocks to 100C.


23C
120'

25C
120'

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When the block temperature reaches 100C the thermostat emits an acoustic signal.
100C
110'

100C
110'

Note: The temperature in the heating block and the cuvette is stable after about 25 minutes.
Please wait until the displayed time is below 95'!
Press the left key.
100C
90'

100C
90'

Use the left and centre keys (under the arrows) to set the value displayed by the laboratory thermometer
and press the right key (OK).
True value left
100.0

OK

Place the laboratory thermometer in the right block together with the cuvette and wait until the value
displayed by the laboratory thermometer is stable.
Press the right key.
100C
90'

100C
90'

Use the left and centre keys (under the arrows) to set the value displayed by the laboratory thermometer
and press the right key (OK).
True value right
100.0

OK

The corrected temperature is accepted after it has been confirmed by pressing the OK key. After the
correction has been carried out, check the desired temperature of 100C again with the laboratory
thermometer.
Take care:

The 100C correction can only be carried out once per adjustment sequence.

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Press the centre key.


100C
80'

100C
80'

Press the right key (End).


Final inspection
Start
_
End

If another temperature adjustment is necessary, press the left key (Start) in the next menu. If no further
correction is needed, press the right key ( ).
Temp. adjust
Start

Press the left key (End).


Service
End

The program branches back to normal mode.


The thermostat carries out the initialization.
Checking the temperature
Insert the laboratory thermometer in the thermostat together with the cuvette and heat to 100C in normal
mode. After about 25 minutes read the temperature shown by the thermometer. The tolerance of +/- 2C
should not be exceeded.
Cooling phase
At a room temperature of about 24C the cooling time:
from 148C
from 100C

40C = 160 minutes


40C = 125 minutes

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5. Troubleshooting
The following table should serve as a troubleshooting aid. The identification of faults in individual
components is described in detail in section "6. Removing, fitting and repairing individual component".
Problem
Display remains blank after the
thermostat is switched on.

Thermostat does not heat up.

Thermostat heats up too far or not


far enough.

Only the left heating block of a


two-block thermostat is displayed.

The thermostat cannot be


operated.

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Fault identification
Measure mains voltage
Press or replace the switch
Measure powerpack board voltage
fuse F1 okay?
Check cable from powerpack board to digital board
Measure +5V on digital board
Replace the display
Replace the digital board
Measure powerpack board voltage
fuses F2, F3 okay?
Check heating foil
Check temperature sensor
Check cable from powerpack board to digital board
Replace the powerpack board
Replace the digital board
Carry out temperature adjustment
Check heating foil
Check temperature sensor
Check cable from powerpack board to digital board
Replace the powerpack board
Replace the digital board
Check right temperature sensor
Check right heating foil
Check cable from powerpack board to digital board
Replace the powerpack board
Replace the digital board
Cable between touch-sensitive keypad and computer - no contact
Defective touch-sensitive keypad
Replace top section of enclosure, including touch-sensitive keypad
Replace the digital board

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6. Removing, fitting and repairing


individual components

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6.1 Overview
Outside view

1 Protective lid, transparent


2 Cover, black
3 Insulating mat
4 Top section of enclosure
5 Touch-sensitive keypad
6 Display
7 Digital board

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Inside view

1 Protective padding
2 Heating block
3 Interference suppression filter
4 Spacer
5 Powerpack board
6 Mains connector and switch
7 Bottom section of enclosure
8 Base of enclosure

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6.2 Opening the thermostat


Unplug the thermostat.
Remove the seal from the base or push a Phillips screwdriver through it, and remove the 4 screws (see
1 in illustration)

Use a screwdriver to carefully bend inward the two locking hooks (see 2 in the illustration) on the base
and remove the top section of the enclosure.

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6.3 Top section of the enclosure


Remove the top section of the enclosure:
Open the thermostat (see 6.2 Opening the thermostat)
Disconnect the connector from the powerpack board (see 1 in the illustration)

Spare part:
LT 200:
DRB 200:

LZT038 Top section of enclosure (Lange) with touch-sensitive keypad


LZT039 Top section of enclosure (Hach) with touch-sensitive keypad

6.4 Protective lid


Remove the protective lids:
Half open the protective lid (about 45) and take hold above the external hinge, with your thumb inside
the protective lid.
Press your thumb against the inside of the protective lid and carefully bend it slightly open and lift it
forward out of its mount (see illustration).

Then raise the protective lid slightly and remove the other side from the mount.
Spare part:
LZT048 Protective lid, transparent

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6.5 Covers
Open the thermostat (see 6.2 Opening the thermostat).
Remove the top section of the enclosure (see 6.3 Top section of the enclosure).
Remove the protective lids (see 6.4 Protective lid).
Remove the screws (1 and 2 in the illustration) and take out the covers.

Note: The insulating mats are not included in the spare part.
Spare part:
LT 200+DRB 200:

LZT047 Cover without openings

LT 200:

LZT041 Cover 9x13 2x20


LZT042 Cover 15x13
LZT043 Cover 6x13 4x20

DRB 200:

LZT044 Cover 9x16 2x20


LZT045 Cover 15x16
LZT046 Cover 6x16 4x20

6.6 Digital board


Fault identification:
Measure the +5V DC on the digital board at connector P3, PIN2 = +5V, PIN3=GND (see illustration).

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Replacing the board:


Open the thermostat (see 6.2 Opening the thermostat).
Remove the top section of the enclosure (see 6.3 Top section of the enclosure).
Disconnect the ribbon cable from the two cable holders in the top section of the enclosure.
Take care:

The connector of the ribbon cable (see 1 in the illustration) is soldered to the digital board
and cannot be disconnected there!

Disconnect the cable of the touch-sensitive keypad (see 2 in the illustration) from the digital board.
Remove the 4 screws (see 3 in the illustration).
Take care:

The threaded sleeves under the screws may turn with the screws. Hold the threaded
sleeves in place with a 5.5 mm open-ended spanner!

Remove the digital board.


After replacement:
Power on the device
On the display of the thermostat appears " No interface!"
Press the key below "OK", the advanced test program appears
in menu User Interface select Hach or DBL, see 3.2 User interface
in menu Set block type select block type, see 3.3 Set block type
in menu Temp. adjust press Start, see 4. Temperature adjustment
Spare part:
YAB001 Digital board

6.7 Display
Fault identification:
Measure the +5V DC on the digital board (see 6.6 Digital board).
Set the contrast, see (2.2 Contrast).
Replacing the display:
Remove the digital board.
Remove the 4 threaded sleeves (see 1 in the illustration) with a 5.5mm socket spanner or open-ended
spanner.
Remove the display.
Note:

After mounting a new display, do not tighten the threaded sleeves too firmly, as this could
cause them to be ripped out of the plastic.

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Spare part:
YAB017 Display

6.8 Touch-sensitive keypad


Fault identification:
Check the keypad cable to ensure that there is a good connection with the digital board (see 6.6 Digital
board).
Replacing the keypad:
If the touch-sensitive keypad is defective, replace the complete top section of the enclosure together
with the keypad (see 6.3 Top section of the enclosure).
Spare part:
LT 200:
DRB 200:

LZT038 Top section of enclosure (Lange) with touch-sensitive keypad


LZT039 Top section of enclosure (Hach) with touch-sensitive keypad

6.9 Mains connector with switch, interference


suppression filter
Fault identification:
See 6.10 Powerpack board
Replacing the mains connector with switch:
Open the thermostat (see 6.2 Opening the thermostat).
Remove the top section of the enclosure (see 6.3 Top section of the enclosure).
Remove the nut (see 2 in the illustration) from the interference suppression filter (see 1 in the
illustration) with a 7mm open-ended spanner.

Push the interference suppression filter to one side and disconnect the cables connected to the mains
connector.
Press in the top and bottom locking hooks on the mains connector (see 1 in the illustration below) and
pull out the unit.
Note: Press in the bottom locking hook with an offset screwdriver or similar.
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Spare part:
LZT040 Mains connector with switch

6.10 Powerpack board


Method of functioning:
Section of the circuitry (double block)

Part 1:
The mains current is supplied to connector P4 of the powerpack board via the mains connector and the
interference suppression filter. The current passes through the fuse F1 (6.3A T) to the triacs V1 and V2. The
triacs are driven from the digital board via the optocouplers H1 and H2. The current from the triacs is
conducted through connectors P2 and P3 to the heating foils. Each heating foil is protected by a 3.15 A T
fuse (F2 and F3).
Part 2:
The mains current passes through the varistor R11 and the fusing resistor R5 to the bridge rectifier D1. The
pulsating direct current is smoothed by the capacitor C2 and applied to the internal switched mode power
supply (I4, L3 ...). The required +5V voltage is set with the help of the voltage drop over D4 and I1. The
current is smoothed with C3 and L2 and applied to the digital board through connector P1.
See 9. Circuit diagrams and component mounting diagrams
24 6. Removing, fitting and repairing individual components

Dr. Bruno Lange GmbH & Co. KG

Fault identification:
Warning:

When the thermostat is open and switched on, potentially lethal voltages are present
on the powerpack board and the heat sinks of the triacs!

Switch on the open thermostat.


Measure the following voltages at the measuring points shown in the illustration:
Measuring
point
12

Voltage
115/230 V AC

13

115/230 V AC

24

115/230 V AC

25

115/230 V AC

67

+ 5 V DC

Cause of fault if no voltage is


present
Mains input defective
Defective switch
Defective interference
suppression filter
Fuse F1 = 6.3A slow reacting/
defective
Fuse F2 = 3.15A slow reacting/
defective
Fuse F3 = 3.15A slow reacting/
defective
Switched mode mains power
supply defective

Response
Replace mains connector and
switch
Check interference suppression
filter
Check heating foil
Replace powerpack board

Replace powerpack board

Replacing the powerpack board:


Open the thermostat (see 6.2 Opening the thermostat).
Remove the top section of the enclosure (see 6.3 Top section of the enclosure).
Unplug the infeed (see 1 in the illustration) and the two heating foil connectors (see 2 in the illustration).
Unplug the two temperature sensor connectors (see 3 in the illustration) while pressing the connector
latch.

Lift out the powerpack board.


Spare part:
YAB002 Double powerpack board
YAB016 Single powerpack board
Dr. Bruno Lange GmbH & Co. KG

6. Removing, fitting and repairing individual components 25

6.11 Heating block, heating foil, temperature sensor


Fault identification:
Two heating foils are bonded to each heating block. They are connected in series. Between them is a
thermal link (see illustration)

1 Heating foil
2 Heating foil
3 Thermal link
4 PT1000 temperature sensor
5 Temperature sensor connection
6 Heating foil connection
7 Spacer
Disconnect the connector for the heating foil (plug-in place HEAT 1 or HEAT 2 on the powerpack board)
and measure the resistance with a multimeter: approx. 43 Ohm
Disconnect the connector for the PT1000 temperature sensor (plug-in place Pt 1 or Pt 2 on the
powerpack board) and measure the resistance with a multimeter:
Temperature (C)
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
140
150
Note:

Approx. resistance (Ohm)


1000
1039
1078
1116
1155
1194
1232
1271
1309
1347
1385
1423
1461
1498
1536
1573

If a thermal link (resistance = infinite) or a heating foil or a temperature sensor is defective,


always replace the complete heating block!

Replacing the heating block, etc.:


Open the thermostat (see 6.2 Opening the thermostat).
Remove the top section of the enclosure (see 6.3 Top section of the enclosure).
Disconnect the connector of the powerpack board (see 6.10 Powerpack board).
26 6. Removing, fitting and repairing individual components

Dr. Bruno Lange GmbH & Co. KG

Remove the interference suppression filter (see 6.9 Mains connector with switch, interference
suppression filter) and the grounding cable of the fixing screw.
Remove the 4 screws for the right (see 1 in the illustration) or the left heating block (see 2 in the
illustration).

Replace the complete heating block


Spare part:
LT 200:

DRB 200:

LZT032 Lange heating block, 9x13 2x20


LZT033 Lange heating block, 15x13
LZT034 Lange heating block, 6x13 4x20
LZT035 Hach heating block, 9x16 2x20
LZT036 Hach heating block, 15x16
LZT037 Hach heating block, 6x16 4x20

Dr. Bruno Lange GmbH & Co. KG

6. Removing, fitting and repairing individual components 27

7. Spare parts
LT 200 + DRB 200
Display

Mains connector with switch

Order no.: YAB017

Order no.: LZT040

Powerpack board, double

Powerpack board, single

Order no.: YAB002

Order no.: YAB016

Digital board

Protective lid, transparent

Order no.: YAB001

Order no.: LZT048

28 7. Spare parts

Dr. Bruno Lange GmbH & Co. KG

Cover without openings


Order no.: LZT047

Dr. Bruno Lange GmbH & Co. KG

7. Spare parts 29

LT 200
Cover 15x13

Cover 6x13 4x20

Order no.: LZT042

Order no.: LZT043

Cover 9x13 2x20

Top part of enclosure (Lange)


with touch-sensitive keypad

Order no.: LZT041

Order no.: LZT038

30 7. Spare parts

Dr. Bruno Lange GmbH & Co. KG

Heating block (Lange) 9x13 2x20

Heating block (Lange) 15x13

Order no.: LZT032

Order no.: LZT033

Heating block (Lange) 6x13 4x20


Order no.: LZT034

Dr. Bruno Lange GmbH & Co. KG

7. Spare parts 31

DRB 200
Cover 15x16

Cover 6x16 4x20

Order no.: LZT045

Order no.: LZT046

Cover 9x16 2x20

Top part of enclosure (Hach)


with touch-sensitive keypad

Order no.: LZT044

Order no.: LZT039

32 7. Spare parts

Dr. Bruno Lange GmbH & Co. KG

Heating block (Hach) 15x16

Heating block (Hach) 6x16 4x20

Order no.: LZT036

Order no.: LZT037

Heating block (Hach) 9x16 2x20


Order no.: LZT035

Dr. Bruno Lange GmbH & Co. KG

7. Spare parts 33

8. Inspection document

34 8. Inspection document

Dr. Bruno Lange GmbH & Co. KG

Inspection document

Dear Customer
The company Dr. Bruno Lange GmbH, Germany, has introduced a quality system
according to DIN EN ISO 9001. Dr. Lange-Instruments are designed, produced and
serviced according to the requirements of this quality system. If using the service
regularly, you can be sure that you fullfill the requirements of your own quality system.
This servicing document helps you to document you control and inspection activities of
your measuring and the test equipment.
Name of Instrument:
Instrument-Type:

LTG

Instrument-No.:

Results:
Keys

ok

Display

ok

Power supply

ok

Timer

ok

Temperature

ok

Temperature heating block, left:


Nominal value

100 C

148 C

Tolerance

+ / - 2 C

+ / - 2 C

Actual value

Temperature heating block, right:


Nominal value

100 C

148 C

Tolerance

+ / - 2 C

+ / - 2 C

Actual value

Date:
Service engineer:
Signature:

9. Circuit diagrams and


component mounting diagrams

Dr. Bruno Lange GmbH & Co. KG

9. Circuit diagrams and component mounting diagrams 37

VCC
3

!"#

2
VCC

VCC
"

"

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND
1

&1 '

GND

GND
GND

GND

+
n.c.

&1 '

GND

02

GND
GND

GND
GND
GND

VCC VCC

GND
VCC
GND
GND
VCC

!"#
(
(

(
((

41

GND
VCC

44
VCC

GND

GND
GND

GND
VCC

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

GND

VCC

3
4
5
6
7
!"# 8
9
10

GND
VCC
GND

RESET
GND

40

GND

VCC

2
3

anderer Weise mibruchlich verwertet werden.


Und sie darf durch den Empfnger oder Dritte auch nicht in
weder vervielfltigt noch Dritten zugnglich gemacht werden.
Ohne unsere vorherige Zustimmung darf diese Untelage

+(
+(

&*$
&*$

VCC

&*$

&&'

42

VCC

43

GND

GND

11
12
13
14
15
16
17

X1

P0.0/AD0
P0.1/AD1
P0.2/AD2
P0.3/AD3
P0.4/AD4
P0.5/AD5
P0.6/AD6
P0.7/AD7
P2.0/AD8
P2.1/AD9
P2.2/AD10
P2.3/AD11
P2.4/AD12
P2.5/AD13
P2.6/AD14
P2.7/AD15

X2
Reset
P1.0-AN0
P1.1-AN1
P1.2-AN2
P1.3-AN3
P1.4-AN4
P1.5-AN5
P1.6-AN6
P1.7-AN7
EA
P3.0/RxD
P3.1/TxD
P3.2/INT0
P3.3/INT1
P3.4/T0
P3.5/T1

P4.1
P4.0
P3.7/RD
P3.6/WR

30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22

((
((
((
((

1
2
3
4
5
GND 6
7
8
&*$

&*
&*$

&*
&*$

&*

VCC
$

38
PSEN
39
ALE

GND

( ,-'./*

21
20
19
18

2
VAREF
1
VAGND

VCC

((
((
((

L+
L1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

GND
VCC
GND

C
/-"/"2#

GND

GND

VCC

VCC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

GND
GND

GND
GND
GND
GND

"

&1 '

"

&1 '

Bei nderung sind gleichzeitig


die Steuerungsmerkmale in
881.0010-00 sx entsprechend
zu erhhen.

GND

Protel

Mae ohne
Toleranzangabe

Erstm.Verw.

GND

&"0"&,.

Datum
A

Bearb.

10.10.02

Gepr.

10.10.02

Leiterplatte:

Name
Adamscheck

Benennung

Rechnerplatte

Bressel

Norm.

Stromlaufplan
Zeichnungsnummer:

02
01

Verteiler

Zust.

144 A 03

-nderung

11.04.03
10.10.02

Datum

Bud
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Name

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Pt2

1
2

P5

1
2

P6

C8
4N7

C9
4N7

D
GND-A

GND-A
Temp2
Temp1

R4

VCC
R10

360R

V1
TIC225

VCC
R6

220R

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1
2

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C6

C2
10

R11
275V

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03

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2n2

5
6

3
4

Pwr-sw

Pwr-Bezug

L2

D3

Ferrit-Perle

1N5819

7
8

C4
330

GND-D

D4
3V9

L3

EN/UV 4
BP 1

2
3
7
8

D2
1N4937

100k

2n2

D 5

Pwr2

D1
B250C800

R9

P4

C5

R3
360R

VCC
C3
330

R8
150R

EN/UV

MOC3061

P1

I1
SFH610

C7
01

H1

F3
T3,15A

(PE verbunden mit GND)

3
2
1

MAINS

Heat1
Heat2

220R

R2

2
1

HEATER
II

1
2

Pwr-H1

F2
T3,15A

P3

MOC3061

S
S
S
S

HEATER
I

H2

R1
360R

2
1

Pwr1

Ohne unsere vorherige Zustimmung darf diese Unterlage


weder vervielfltigt noch Dritten zugnglich gemacht werden.
Und sie darf durch den Empfnger oder Dritten auch nicht in
anderer Weise mibruchlich verwertet werden.

V2
TIC225
P2

360R

14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

F1
T6,3A

M.001
Befest.bohr.

GND

M.002
Befest.bohr.

GND

Bei nderung sind gleichzeitig


die Steuerungsmerkmale in
881.1010-00 sx entsprechend
zu erhhen.

03

Protel

Mae ohne
Toleranzangabe

Erstm.Verw.

Leiterplatte:

LTG082

Datum

Name

Bearb.

07.10.02

Budemann

Gepr.

07.10.02

Bressel

Benennung

03

242 A 03

25.03.03

Bud

112 A 03

20.03.03

Bud

07.10.02

Bud

01

Verteiler

Zust.

-nderung

Datum

Name

Zeichnungsnummer:
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Pt2

1
2

P5

C9
4N7

D
GND-A

GND-A
Temp2
Temp1

VCC
R6
220R

C6

C10
033

03

R5
8R2

5
6

Pwr-Bezug

L2

D3

Ferrit-Perle

1N5819

7
8

C4
330

GND-D

D4
3V9

L3

EN/UV 4
BP 1

2
3
7
8

2
R11
275V

Pwr-F

I4
TNY264

2n2

3
4

Pwr-sw

100k

D2
1N4937

D 5

C2
10

2n2

S
S
S
S

Pwr2

D1
B250C800

R9

P4

1
2

Pwr+

Pwr-H2

F3
T3,15A

VCC
C3
330

R8
150R

EN/UV

I1
SFH610

C7
01

(PE verbunden mit GND)

3
2
1

MAINS

C5

P1

MOC3061

R3
360R

2
1

HEATER

H1

360R

V1
TIC225
P3

R2

Pwr1

Ohne unsere vorherige Zustimmung darf diese Unterlage


weder vervielfltigt noch Dritten zugnglich gemacht werden.
Und sie darf durch den Empfnger oder Dritten auch nicht in
anderer Weise mibruchlich verwertet werden.

Heat2

14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

F1
T3,15A

M.001
Befest.bohr.

GND

M.002
Befest.bohr.

GND

Bei nderung sind gleichzeitig


die Steuerungsmerkmale in
881.1080-00 sx entsprechend
zu erhhen.

03

Protel

Mae ohne
Toleranzangabe

Erstm.Verw.

Leiterplatte:

LTG082

Datum

Name

Bearb.

14.10.02

Budemann

Gepr.

14.10.02

Bressel

Benennung

242 A 03

25.03.03

Bud

02

112 A 03

20.03.03

Bud

14.10.02

Bud

01

Verteiler

Zust.

-nderung

Datum

Name

Zeichnungsnummer:
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