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User’s

Manual Model FLXA21


Two-wire Analyzer
Start-up Manual

IM 12A01A02-12E

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IM 12A01A02-12E
3rd Edition
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u Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the FLXA21 Two-wire Analyzer.
Please read the following respective documents before installing and using the FLXA21.

n Notes on Handling User’s Manuals


• Please hand over the user’s manuals to your end users so that they can keep the user’s
manuals on hand for convenient reference.
• Please read the information thoroughly before using the product.
• The purpose of these user’s manuals is not to warrant that the product is well suited to any
particular purpose but rather to describe the functional details of the product.
• No part of the user’s manuals may be transferred or reproduced without prior written
consent from YOKOGAWA.
• YOKOGAWA reserves the right to make improvements in the user’s manuals and product at
any time, without notice or obligation.
• If you have any questions, or you find mistakes or omissions in the user’s manuals, please
contact our sales representative or your local distributor.

n Drawing Conventions
Some drawings may be partially emphasized, simplified, or omitted, for the convenience of
description.
Some screen images depicted in the user’s manual may have different display positions or
character types (e.g., the upper / lower case). Also note that some of the images contained in this
user’s manual are display examples.

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u Safety Precautions
n Safety, Protection, and Modification of the Product
• In order to protect the system controlled by the product and the product itself and ensure
safe operation, observe the safety precautions described in this user’s manual. We assume
no liability for safety if users fail to observe these instructions when operating the product.
• If this instrument is used in a manner not specified in this user’s manual, the protection
provided by this instrument may be impaired.
• If any protection or safety circuit is required for the system controlled by the product or for
the product itself, prepare it separately.
• Be sure to use the spare parts approved by Yokogawa Electric Corporation (hereafter
simply referred to as YOKOGAWA) when replacing parts or consumables.
• Modification of the product is strictly prohibited.
• The following safety symbols are used on the product as well as in this manual.

DANGER
This symbol indicates that an operator must follow the instructions laid out in this manual in order
to avoid the risks, for the human body, of injury, electric shock, or fatalities. The manual describes
what special care the operator must take to avoid such risks.

WARNING
This symbol indicates that the operator must refer to the instructions in this manual in order to
prevent the instrument (hardware) or software from being damaged, or a system failure from
occurring.

CAUTION
This symbol gives information essential for understanding the operations and functions.

Note!
This symbol indicates information that complements the present topic.

This symbol indicates Protective Ground Terminal

This symbol indicates Function Ground Terminal (Do not use this terminal as the protective
ground terminal.)

n Warning and Disclaimer


The product is provided on an “as is” basis. YOKOGAWA shall have neither liability nor
responsibility to any person or entity with respect to any direct or indirect loss or damage arising
from using the product or any defect of the product that YOKOGAWA can not predict in advance.

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n FLXA21
l Regulatory Compliance
Safety: EN61010-1
UL 61010-1 (Pending)
CSA C22.2 No.61010-1 (Pending)
EMC: EN61326-1 Class A,Table 2 (For use in industrial locations)
EN61326-2-3
AS/NZS CISPR11
KC mark: KCC-REM-YHQ-EEN278
Installation altitude: 2000 m or less
Category based on IEC 61010: I (Note 1)
Pollution degree based on IEC 61010: 2 (Note 2)
Note 1: Installation category, called over-voltage category, specifies impulse withstand voltage.
Equipment with “Category I” (ex. two-wire transmitter) is used for connection to circuits in which measures are taken
to limit transient over-voltages to an appropriately low level.
Note 2: Pollution degree indicates the degree of existence of solid, liquid, gas or other inclusions which may reduce
dielectric strength. Degree 2 is the normal indoor environment.
Explosion-proof (Intrinsically safe type): (for suffix code: -EA)
ATEX Intrinsically safe approval
Applicable standard
Electrical Apparatus for Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
EN 60079-0:2009 General requirements
EN 60079-11:2007 Intrinsic safety “i”
EN 60079-26:2007 Equipment with equipment protection level (EPL) Ga
EN 60529:1992 Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP Code)
Type of protection
II 1G Ex ia IIC Ga
Group: II
Category: 1G
T4: for ambient temperature:–20 to 55ºC
T6: for ambient temperature:–20 to 40ºC
Atmosphere pressure: 80 kPa (0.8 bar) to 110 kPa (1.1 bar)
Degree of Protection of the Enclosure: IP66
IECEx Intrinsically safe
Applicable standard
IEC 60079-0: 2007 Part 0: General requirements
IEC 60079-11: 2006 Part 11: Intrinsic safety “i”
IEC 60079-26: 2006 Part 26: Construction, test and marking of Group II Zone 0
electrical apparatus
IEC 60529: 2001 Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP Code)
Type of protection
Ex ia IIC Ga
T4: for ambient temperature:–20 to 55ºC
T6: for ambient temperature:–20 to 40ºC
Atmosphere pressure: 80 kPa (0.8 bar) to 110 kPa (1.1 bar)
Degree of Protection of the Enclosure: IP66
Electrical Parameters (Ex ia)
Each housing assembly (base module) and each sensor module are respectively
certificated.
Input parameters of sensor module meet output parameters of housing assembly.

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Housing assembly
Input parameters Supply and output circuit (terminals + and -):
Ui, Vmax = 30 V
Ii, Imax = 100 mA
Pi, Pmax = 0.75 W
Ci =13 nF
Li = 0 mH
(Linear source)
Output parameters Sensor module input circuit (CN2 or CN3 on Back board)
Uo Vt, Voc = 13.65 V
Io, It, Isc = 50 mA
P = 0.372 W
Co, Ca = 80 nF
Lo, La = 7.7mH

pH/ORP Sensor module, SC Sensor module and DO Sensor module


Input parameters Ui, Vmax = 13.92 V
Ii, Imax = 50 mA
Pi, Pmax = 0.374 W
Ci = 40 nF
Li = 2.9 mH
Output parameters Sensor input circuit(pH: terminals 11 through 19, SC:
terminals 11 though 16, DO: terminals 11 thourgh 18)
Uo Vt, Voc = 11.76 V
Io, It, Isc = 116.5 mA
P = 0.342 W
Co, Ca = 100 nF
Lo, La = 1.7mH

ISC Sensor module


Input parameters Ui, Vmax = 13.92 V
Ii, Imax = 50 mA
Pi, Pmax = 0.374 W
Ci = 40 nF
Li = 7.7 mH
Output parameters Sensor input circuit (terminals 11 through 17)
Uo Vt, Voc = 11.76 V
Io, It, Isc = 60.6 mA
P = 0.178 W
Co, Ca = 100 nF
Lo, La = 8 mH

Model code as per certification unit


Housing assembly
Model code Enclosure type (Housing) Display Explosion proof type
K9698NA Plastic (Polycarbonate) Without display (-N) Intrinsically safe type
K9698PA (-P) With LCD display (-D)
K9698QA Stainless steel with Without display (-N)
K9698RA urethane coating (-U) With LCD display (-D)
K9698QB Stainless steel with epoxy Without display (-N)
K9698RB coating (-E) With LCD display (-D)
K9698QC Stainless steel (-S) Without display (-N)
K9698RC With LCD display (-D)

Sensor module
Model code Sensor module type Explosion proof type
K9698EA pH/ORP module Intrinsically safe type
K9698FA SC module
K9698GA ISC module
K9698HA DO module

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Control Drawing

Hazardous Location ← → Non Hazardous Location

+
Sensor module 1 Supply +
Sensor 1
Housing Assembly Safety Barrier
(Note 1)
Sensor module 2 Supply -
Sensor 2 -

(*)

Electrical data are as follows;


Maximum Voltage (Ui) = 30V
Maximum Current (Ii) = 100mA
Maximum Power (Pi) = 0.75W
Internal Capacitance (Ci) = 13F
Internal Inductance (Li) = 0mH
Note 1: The output current must be limited by a resistor “R” such that Imaxout=Uz/R (linear source).
Note 2: Safety barrier certified by a notify body in EU as ATEX should be used.
Note 3: When using non isolation barrier, connect (*) to IS earthing system.
Note 4: Sensor module 2 is installed when required.
When measuring inductive conductivity, only one module can be installed.

DANGER

Installation and wiring


The FLXA21 should only be used with equipment that meets the relevant IEC, American or
Canadian standards. Yokogawa accepts no responsibility for the misuse of this unit.

DANGER

Don’t install “general purpose type” instruments in the hazardous area.

CAUTION

The Instrument is packed carefully with shock absorbing materials, nevertheless, the instrument
may be damaged or broken if subjected to strong shock, such as if the instrument is dropped.
Handle with care.

CAUTION

This instrument is a Class A product, and it is designed for use in the industrial environment.
Please use this instrument in the industrial environment only.

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CAUTION

The HART communication may be influenced by strong electromagnetic field.


In this case another trial of the HART communication and/or operation with FLXA21 touch screen
can be carried out.

WARNING
• Do not use an abrasive or organic solvent in cleaning the instrument.
• Do not modify the FLXA21.
• Substitution of components may impair suitability for Division 2.
Do not remove or replace while circuit is live unless area is know to be non-hazardous.
Explosion Hazard – Do not disconnect equipment unless area is known to be
nonhazardous.
Do not reset circuit breaker unless power has been removed from the equipment or the area
is known to be non-hazardous.

WARNING

Electrostatic discharge
The FLXA21 contains devices that can be damaged by electrostatic discharge.
When servicing this equipment, please observe proper procedures to prevent such damage.
Replacement components should be shipped in conductive packaging. Repair work should
be done at grounded workstations using grounded soldering irons and wrist straps to avoid
electrostatic discharge.

l How to dispose the batteries:


This is an explanation about the new EU Battery Directive(DIRECTIVE 2006/66/EC).This
directive is only valid in the EU.
Batteries are included in this product.Batteries incorporated into this product cannot be removed
by yourself.Dispose them together with this product.
When you dispose this product in the EU,contact your local Yokogawa Europe B.V.office.Do not
dispose them as domestic household waste.
Battery type: Manganese dioxide lithium battery
Notice: The symbol means they shall be sorted out and collected as ordained in ANNEX
II in DIRECTIVE 2006/66/EC.

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l For Explosion proof (Intrinsically safe type)

WARNING
Electrostatic charge may cause an explosion hazard. Avoid any actions that cause the generation
of electrostatic charge, e.g., rubbing with a dry cloth. Because the enclosure of the FLXA21
2-Wire Analyzer, if it is mounted in an area where the use of category 1 G Zone 0 apparatus is
required, it must be installed such, that, even in the event of rare incidents, ignition sources due
to friction sparks are excluded.

Figure 1 Warning label

n Warranty and service


Yokogawa products and parts are guaranteed free from defects in workmanship and material
under normal use and service for a period of (typically) 12 months from the date of shipment from
the manufacturer.
Individual sales organisations can deviate from the typical warranty period, and the conditions of
sale relating to the original purchase order should be consulted. Damage caused by wear and
tear, inadequate maintenance, corrosion, or by the effects of chemical processes are excluded
from this warranty coverage.
In the event of warranty claim, the defective goods should be sent (freight paid) to the service
department of the relevant sales organisation for repair or replacement (at Yokogawa discretion).
The following information must be included in the letter accompanying the returned goods:
• Part number, model code and serial number
• Original purchase order and date
• Length of time in service and a description of the process
• Description of the fault, and the circumstances of failure
• Process/environmental conditions that may be related to the failure of the device.
• A statement whether warranty or nonwarranty service is requested
• Complete shipping and billing instructions for return of material, plus the name and phone
number of a contact person who can be reached for further information.

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Returned goods that have been in contact with process fluids must be decontaminated/
disinfected before shipment. Goods should carry a certificate to this effect, for the health and
safety of our employees.
Material safety data sheets should also be included for all components of the processes to which
the equipment has been exposed.

n Copyright and Trademark Notices


The copyrights of online manual contained in the CD-ROM are reserved.
The online manual is protected by the PDF security from modification, however, it can be output
via a printer. Printing out the online manual is only allowed for the purpose of using the product.
When using the printed information of the online manual, check if the version is the most recent
one by referring to the CD-ROM’s version.
No part of the online manual may be transferred, sold, distributed (including delivery via a
commercial PC network or the like), or registered or recorded on video tapes.

Adobe, Acrobat and Acrobat Reader are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe
Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.
All other company and product names mentioned in this user’s manual are trademarks or
registered trademarks of their respective companies.
We do not use TM or ® mark to indicate those trademarks or registered trademarks in this user’s
manual.

l FLXA21’s fonts
(c) Copyright 2000-2001 /efont/ The Electronic Font Open Laboratory. All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted
provided that the following conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions
and the following disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided
with the distribution.
3. Neither the name of the team nor the names of its contributors may be used to endorse or
promote products derived from this font without specific prior written permission.

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Model FLXA21
2-Wire Analyzer
Start-up Manual
IM 12A01A02-12E 3rd Edition

CONTENTS
u Introduction.....................................................................................................i
u Safety Precautions........................................................................................ii
1. Instrument check...........................................................................................1
2. Wiring and Installation..................................................................................3
2.1 Installation site...................................................................................................... 4
2.2 Installing the cable glands................................................................................... 4
2.3 Wiring the power supply...................................................................................... 6
2.3.1 Grounding.............................................................................................. 7
2.3.2 Connection of the power supply............................................................ 7
2.3.3 Wiring cover........................................................................................... 8
2.4 Sensor wiring........................................................................................................ 8
2.4.1 pH/ORP sensor wiring......................................................................... 10
2.4.2 Wiring the conductivity (SC) sensor..................................................... 16
2.4.3 Wiring the inductive conductivity (ISC) sensor.................................... 17
2.4.4 Connecting the dissolved oxygen (DO) sensor................................... 18
2.5 Mounting methods.............................................................................................. 19
2.5.1 Plastic housing..................................................................................... 19
2.5.2 Stainless steel housing........................................................................ 21
3. Operation..................................................................................................... 25
3.1 Change language................................................................................................ 26
3.2 Screen operation................................................................................................. 27
3.3 Passwords........................................................................................................... 31
Appendix 1 User setting table of pH/ORP............................................. App.1-1
Appendix 2 User setting table of SC...................................................... App.2-1
Appendix 3 User setting table of ISC..................................................... App.3-1
Appendix 4 User setting table of DO..................................................... App.4-1
Revision Record........................................................................................................i

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1. Instrument check
Upon delivery, unpack the instrument carefully and inspect it to ensure that it was not damaged
during shipment. If damage is found, retain the original packing materials (including the outer
box) and then immediately notify the carrier and the relevant Yokogawa sales office.

l Checking the model and suffix code


Loosen four front panel screws of the FLXA21, open the panel to the left, and make sure the
model and suffix code on the nameplate affixed to the back side of the front panel agrees with
your order.

-D-P-S-AA-P1-NN-AN-L1N-NN
/UM/SCT/H6

S1.01
J312FA012 2012.01

Figure 1.1 Inside of the FLXA21 and example of nameplate

Note!
Be sure to apply correct power to the unit, as detailed on the nameplate.

CAUTION

When you open the front panel, make sure the screws are completely out of the screw holes, and
then open the front panel slowly in order not to damage the threaded parts on the housing. If the
threaded parts are damaged and the screws cannot be tightened, the waterproof performance
will deteriorate.

CAUTION

Be careful not to lose the four front panel screws.

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l Checking the accessories
Make sure the accessories in Table 1.1 are included.
Table 1.1 Accessories
Product Name Quantity Remark
Cable glands 3 or 4 sets In the case of the plastic housing. 4 sets
when 2 sensors are used.
With a rubber plug.
7 sets In the case of the stainless steel housing.
With rubber plugs (5pcs).
pH analyzer Jumper 2 pcs/sensor
Grommet set 1 set/sensor
Option Bracket (1 set) Option code /UM, /U, /PM
Sun shade hood (1 set) Option code /H6, /H7, /H8
Tag plate (1 set) Option code /SCT
Adapter for conduit work (1 set) Option code /CB4, /CD4, /CF4
Instruction Manual (CD) 1 copy
Startup Manual 1 copy This document

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2. Wiring and Installation


Install the cable glands into the FLXA21 before installing it. Upon delivery, the cable glands are
not installed. Refer to section 2.2. and install the M20 cable glands.
WTB10 or BA10 Case of Distributor
Terminal box *5 FLXA21 2-Wire Analyzer PH201G (Style B)
– CMN CMN
n n n n n n n n n *3 + B D H
A C F

(*6) Output 2 (1-5V DC)


n n n n n n n n n *4 *7
Output 1 (1-5V DC)

*1 L N
Sensor

+ Power supply
*6
– 20 to 130V DC
or
80 to 138V AC, 47 to 63Hz

*2 *2 HOLD WASH
WTB10 or BA10 FAIL
(Stainless steel (Plastic housing)
Terminal box *5 Case of Distributor
housing)
SDBT
– –
+ B + H
A F

Output 2 (1-5V DC)


*7
Output 1 (1-5V DC)
Sensor

L N
Power supply
+
1 – 20 to 130V DC
2 or
(*6) 80 to 138V AC, 47 to 63Hz

*1: Use a 2-conductor shielded cable with an outside diameter of 6 to 12 mm.


*2: Ground FLXA21 ( Class D ground: 100 ohm or less)
The way of connecting the grounding cable varies depending on the plastic
housing and stainless steel housing.
In the case of the plastic housing, connect the grounding cable to the
terminal of the power module inside, and in the case of the stainless steel
housing, connect the grounding cable to the terminal of the housing.
Use a cable with an outside diameter of 3.4 to 7 mm for the grounding line
of the plastic housing.
*3: Refer to module
*4: Two modules can be connected to the same object. When measuring
inductive conductivity, only one module can be connected.
*5: The terminal box may need to be connected depending on the object under
test or the sensor selected.
*6: This line is connected to a distributor or 24V DC power supply.
*7: Two outputs of PH201G or SDBT are same.
11 12 14 18 13 17 19 15 16

PH Module PH

11 12 13 14 15 16 NC

SC Module SC

11 12 13 17 14 16 15

ISC Module ISC

11 12 16 15 13 14 17 18 NC
DO Module DO

Figure 2.1 Wiring diagrams

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2.1 Installation site


The FLXA21 is weatherproof and can be installed both inside and outside. It should, however,
be installed as close as possible to the sensor to avoid long cable runs between the instrument
and sensor. When the pH sensor is used, the cable length including the sensor cable should not
exceed 20 meters (65.6 feet).

Select an installation site that meets the following conditions.


• Mechanical vibrations and shocks are negligible
• No relay switch and power switch are installed close to the converter
• There is space for cable connection beneath the cable glands
• Not exposed to direct sunlight or severe weather conditions
• Maintenance is possible
• No corrosive atmosphere
Select an installation site where the ambient temperature and humidity are within the limits of the
instrument specifications (see IM 12A01A02-01E chapter 2). If the instrument is installed outside
and exposed to direct sunlight, a sun shade hood should be used.

2.2 Installing the cable glands


Before installing this instrument, open the front panel and remove the wiring cover, and then
install the cable glands.

CAUTION

Be careful not to lose the wiring cover screws.

The supplied cable glands are for cables with an outside diameter of 6 to 12 mm (0.24 to 0.47
inches). Unused cable entry holes must be sealed with cable glands including the supplied close
up plugs.

For sensor 1 cable For sensor 1 cable


(For sensor 2 cable) (For sensor 2 cable)
(A hole is drilled, if specified.)

For power supply For power supply

For grounding cable

Plastic Housing Stainless Steel Housing


F0202.ai

Figure 2.2 Cable gland diagram

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CAUTION
Be careful not to be injured by the sharp hole edges on the housing.

Follow the procedure below to install the supplied cable glands or an adapter for conduit work if
the latter is ordered.

Cable gland nut

O-ring

Gable gland
Sleeve
(for grounding cable line of
Cable gland cap
the plastic housing)

Close up plug
(rubber) F0203.ai

Figure 2.3 Cable glands

The unused cable glands should be sealed with the supplied close up plug.

DANGER

When installing cable glands, hold cable glands and tighten cable gland nuts to a torque of 6
N•m. If cable glands, not gland nuts, are tightened, O-rings may be come out from the proper
positions.

l Adapter for conduit work


When protecting the cable with a conduit, use an adapter (option codes: /CB4, /CD4, or /CF4).
Set the adapter as shown in figure 2.4. instead of using the supplied M20 cable gland.
Nut Unit: mm(inch)

Approx. Packing
55(2.2") 49
(1.93")
G1/2 screw (/CB4), 1/2 NPT screw (/CD4)
Adapter M20x1.5 screw (/CF4)
F0204.ai

Figure2.4 Adapter for conduit work (option)

DANGER

When using a cable conduit, use a flexible conduit to avoid stress on the conduit adapter.
The stress on the conduit adapter may damage the housing.

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2.3 Wiring the power supply


First make sure that the power supply is in accordance with the given specifications.

CAUTION
The FLXA21 is used with a DC power supply. Do not use an alternating current or 100 volt mains
power supply.

The cable leading to the distributor (power supply) supplies the power to and transmits the output
signal from the FLXA21.
Use a two conductor shielded cable with a minimum cross sectional area of 1.25 mm2 and an
outside diameter of 6 to 12 mm. The cable gland supplied with the instrument is compatible with
these diameters.
Terminal screw size is M4, and torque of screw up is 1.2 N•m.
Pin terminal, ring terminal and spade terminal can be used for the power supply terminals in the
plastic housing and the stainless housing, and the grounding terminal in the plastic housing. For
the grounding terminal on the stainless steel case, ring terminal should be used.
Pin terminal: pin diameter: max. 1.9 mm
Ring and spade terminal: width: max. 7.8 mm

Figure 2.5 Power supply and ground wiring cover

WARNING
Cables that withstand temperatures of at least 60°C should be used for wiring.

WARNING
Always place the shield cover over the power supply and contact terminals for safety reasons
and to avoid interference.

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2.3.1 Grounding
The way of connecting the grounding terminal varies depending on whether the housing is plastic
or stainless steel.

For the safety of the user and to protect the instrument against interference, the converter
housing must always be connected to a class D ground (a ground resistance of 100 ohm or less).

WARNING

The minimum cross sectional area of the protective grounding cable should be 0.75 mm2.

l Grounding the plastic housing


A single separate cable line for grounding should be connected to the terminal inside the housing.
(Figure 2.6A)
The cable with an outside diameter of 3.4 to 7 mm should be used. For this cable size, use the
sleeve delivered with cable glands. (Figure 2.3)
The shield of a two conductor shielded cable connecting the distributor and transmitter should be
connected to the terminal on the terminal block inside the transmitter.
This shield should not be connected to the ground terminal on the distributor side.

l Grounding the stainless steel housing


The terminal outside the transmitter housing should be used for grounding. (Figure 2.6B or C)
The position of grounding terminal of stainless steel housing with the option code of panel
mounting hardware (/PM) or universal mounting kit (/UM) is shown on the figure 2.6C.
For this terminal, ring terminal should be used.
The shield of a two conductor shielded cable connecting the distributor and transmitter should be
connected to the terminal on the terminal block inside the transmitter. This shield should not
be connected to the ground terminal on the distributor side.

Plastic housing (Internal grounding) Stainless steel housing(External grounding)


Figure 2.6 Grounding
A B

2.3.2 Connection of the power supply


Open the front panel and remove the wiring cover to make the terminal block accessible.
Pass the supply/output cable through the power cable hole indicated in figure 2.2 to the
transmitter and connect it to the terminals marked +, - and according to the power terminal
marks.

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2.3.3 Wiring cover


When attaching the wiring cover, align the cover with the areas marked with ○ in the figure and
fasten it with the screw in the area marked with ∆.

WARNING
The screw in the area marked with ∆ should be tightened to a torque of 0.35 to 0.45 N•m.

If a second module is used, wire the sensor for the second module and attach the wiring cover
(refer to figure 2.8).
Then, wire the sensor for the first module and attach the wiring cover (refer to figure 2.9).
The sensor wiring is shown in section 2.4.

CAUTION
Be careful not to lose the wiring cover screws.

2.4 Sensor wiring


The FLXA21 can be used with a wide range of commercially available sensor types, both from
Yokogawa and other manufacturers.
Terminal screw size is M4, and torque of screw up is 1.2 N•m.
Pin terminal, ring terminal and spade terminal can be used.
Pin terminal: pin diameter: max. 1.9 mm
Ring and spade terminal: width: max. 7.8 mm
For details on the sensors, refer to the respective instruction manuals of the sensors.

CAUTION
When the wiring of sensors is finished, be sure to attach the wiring covers. Furthermore, make
sure the module is locked with the mechanisms on the left and right of the module.

Unlock Lock
Figure 2.7 Locking the module

CAUTION
Confirm that all locking-tabs (including for BLANK slots) are “Locked” position when close the
front panel.
If locking-tabs are “Unlock” position, the front panel may be interfered with locking-tabs.

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Figure 2.8 Module wiring cover (lower level) and jumper holder

Note: Jumpers are supplied only with the pH sensor.

Figure 2.9 Module wiring cover (upper level)

CAUTION
When input 2 is used, the upper-level module is for input 1. Be careful not to make a mistake
when wiring the modules.

When input 2 is used, first wire input 2 which is on the lower second module, and attach the wiring
cover.
Even when input 2 is not used, first attach the power supply/grounding wiring cover and then the
wiring cover for the second module, and finally wire input 1.

When all sensor wiring is completed, close the front cover of the FLXA21, and turn on the power.
Make sure that the display is normal.

WARNING
Do not tighten up four front panel screws one by one.
Each front panel screw should be tightened up in two times of screwing. And, firstly the screw at
the upper left should be screwed a bit, the next is at the lower right, third is at the upper right, and
fourth is at the lower left. The second round is the same sequence again to tighten up four screws.
Do not use an electric screwdriver with high revolutions. If an electric screwdriver is used for
these front panel screws, the revolutions of the electric screwdriver should be less than 400 rpm.
Four screws should be tightened to the following torque;
0.8 to 0.9 N•m (for the plastic housing)
1.5 to 1.6 N•m (for the stainless steel housing)

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2.4.1 pH/ORP sensor wiring


11 12 14 18 13 17 19 15 16

PH

Figure 2.10 PH module terminal diagram

n Impedance measurement jumper settings


Impedance measurement is a powerful diagnostic tool. In order to perform impedance
measurements it is important to have a good jumper setting. The table and figure below will guide
you to make the right setting.

Note!
It is important to decide first which application and which settings are appropriate for the installation. This decision
is best done before the jumpers are installed, because the cables will rest on top of the jumpers in their installed
positions.

Figure 2.11 shows the jumper positions.


For Low impedance 18 or 19 should be shorted by a jumper.
When shipped, no jumper is placed on any terminals. Two jumpers are placed in a plastic bag
and supplied with the product.
Typical setting for pH measurement, 13 and 18 are shorted to become a low impedance input.
Unused jumpers should be stored in jumper holders in the cover, as shown in Figure 2.8.
Special electrodes using 2 glass sensors (e.g. Pfaudler, SC24V) doesn’t need jumper(s).
11 12 14 18 13 17 19 15 16 11 12 14 18 13 17 19 15 16

PH PH

Input 2 Input 1 Input 2 Input 1

Glass sensor on Input 1. Metal sensor on Input 1.


Reference sensor on Input 2. Normal reference on Input 2.

Normal pH sensors (including FU20) ORP (Redox measurement)


Figure 2.11 Jumper placements for low impedance setting

After placing jumper(s), set values of Input 1 and Input 2 impedance by [Impedance setting]
menu.
Refer IM12A01A02-01 section 5.2.5 for details.
Initial setting value of [Impedance setting] is same as Figure2.11 (Normal pH sensors).

n Sensor wiring
Refer to figure 2.13 to 2.15, which includes drawings that outline sensor wiring.
The FLXA21 can be used with a wide range of commercially available sensor types, both from
Yokogawa and other manufacturers. The sensor systems from Yokogawa fall into two categories;
the ones that use a fixed cable and the ones with separate cables.
To connect sensors with fixed cables, simply match the terminal numbers in the instrument with
the identification numbers on the cable ends.
The separate sensors and cables are not numbered, but instead use a color-coding system. The
electrodes have a colored band incorporated in the label on the connection cap:

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• Red for measuring electrodes (both pH and ORP)
• Yellow for reference electrodes
• Blue for combined sensors with both measuring and reference elements in the same
body
• Green for temperature sensors
The recommended procedure is to color-code each end of the cables to match the sensors with
the color strips provided with each cable. This provides a quick way to identify the ends of the
cables belonging to a particular sensor when they are installed.

n Connection cable
The coaxial cable has two connections.
red core red
blue shield blue
white
Coaxial Triaxial
Figure 2.12

• Red to measuring element


• Blue to screen (shield)
The triaxial cable has three connections, (it has an extra white wire termination) these wires are
connected:
• Red to measuring element
• Blue to reference
• White to screen (shield)
To connect the other sensor systems, follow the general pattern of the terminal connections as
listed below:
Single Measurement Combined measurement
Terminal (pH or Redox) (pH and Redox)
pH ORP pH and ORP pH and rH
11 Temperature 1 – Temperature 1 Temperature 1
12 Temperature 2 – Temperature 2 Temperature 2
13 Reference Reference Reference Reference
14 Liquid Earth Liquid Earth ORP ORP
15 pH ORP pH pH
16 Shield of no. 15 Shield of no. 15 Shield of no. 15 Shield of no. 15
17 Shield of no. 13 Shield of no. 13 Shield of no. 13 Shield of no. 13

Note!
For ORP measurement, temperature is not required.

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pH
FLXA21 FLXA21
Green Red
* 11 Temperature 11
11 Temperature
Blue 12
12 Temperature 12 Temperature
Yellow * Red 13
13 Reference 13 Reference
Black 14
14 Solution ground 14 Solution ground
Red * Red 15
15 Glass (measure) 15 Glass (measure)
Blue 16
16 Shield 16 Shield
Blue
17 Shield 17

* Cable markers

Separate electrodes for pH measurement FU20/FU24 four-in one sensor


for pH measurement
Note:
Connect cables to similaly marked terminals:
TC REF Liquid PH Comb 11 to 11, 12 to 12, etc.
Earth PH/REF This configuration also enables combined
pH+ORP measurements
FLXA21
Green * Red
11 Temperature FLXA21
Blue
12 Temperature red 11 Temperature
Blue
13 Reference blue
Black 12 Temperature
14 Solution ground black 13 Reference
* Blue Red
15 Glass (measure) yellow
14 Solution ground
16 Shield transparent
White 15 Glass (measure)
17 Shield black (coax)
16 Shield
17
* Cable markers
Combined glass/reference electrode
for pH measurement

FLXA21 Retractable sensor assembly PR10


SC24V (Also PD20, PF20 & PS20)
Red
11 Temperature
Blue Note:
12 Temperature
White Connect cables to similaly marked terminals:
13 Reference 11 to 11, 12 to 12, etc.
Yellow
14 Solution ground
Brown
15 Glass (measure)
16 Shield
17 Shield

Figure 2.13 Sensor wiring for pH measurement

pH+ORP
FLXA21 FLXA21
Green * Red 11
11 Temperature 11 Temperature
Blue 12 12 Temperature
12 Temperature
Yellow * Red 13
13 Reference 13 Reference
**
Red & Blue 14 Metal ORP sensor
14 14 Solution ground
Red * Red 15 15 Glass (measure)
15 Glass (measure)
Blue 16 Shield 16 16 Shield
Blue 17 Shield 17

* Cable markers
** The blue cable can also be disconnected
Separete electrodes for pH and Redox FU20/FU24 Four-in-one sensor
(ORP/rH) measurement for pH and Redox measurement
Note:
Connect cables to similaly marked terminals:
11 to 11, 12 to 12, etc.
This configuration also enables combined
TC REF ORP PH pH+ORP measurements.

Figure 2.14 Sensor wiring for combined (pH + Redox) measurement

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ORP
FLXA21 FLXA21
Green* RED Green* RED
11 Temperature 11 Temperature
BLUE BLUE
12 Temperature 12 Temperature
Yellow * RED BLUE
13 Reference
13 Reference
BLACK BLACK
14 Solution ground 14 Solution ground
Red* RED Blue* RED
15 Metal (measure) 15 Metal (measure)
BLUE 16 Shield
16 Shield
BLUE WHITE
17 Shield 17 Shield

* Cable Markers * Cable Markers

Separate electrodes for ORP Combined metal/reference electrode


measurements for ORP measurement

TC REF Liquid ORP Comb Comb


Earth ORP/REF PH/ORP

FLXA21 FLXA21
11 11 11 Temperature
11 Temperature
12 12 12 Temperature
12 Temperature
13 15
13 Reference 13 Reference
14 Solution ground (ORP) 14 Solution ground (ORP)
14 14
15 Metal 15 Metal
16 Shield 16 Shield
16
17 17 Shield
16 15
(not used) 13
(not used)

FU20/FU24 four-in-one sensor for ORP FU20/FU24 four-in-one sensor for ORP
measurement with normal reference measurement with pH sensor as reference
FLXA21 FLXA21
Green* RED Green* RED
11 Temperature 11 Temperature
BLUE BLUE
12 Temperature 12 Temperature
Yellow * RED BLUE
13 Glass 13 Glass
BLACK BLACK
14 Solution ground 14 Solution ground
Red* RED Blue* RED
15 Metal 15 Metal
BLUE
16 Shield 16 Shield
BLUE WHITE
17 Shield 17 Shield

* Cable Markers * Cable Markers

Single electrodes for rH measurement Combined metal/glass electrode


for sensor pH compensated Redox
(ORP/rH) measurement

Figure 2.15 Sensor wiring for redox measurement

n Sensor cable connection with special grommet


In order to seal multiple sensor cables into FLXA21, a special grommet is provided that is
designed to accommodate one, two or three sensor cables (5 mm dia.) plus a liquid earth cable
(2.5 mm dia.). In the pack with the grommet are blanking pieces to close any unused holes.
When correctly assembled, the grommet maintains the IP66 and NEMA 4X rating of the FLXA21
housing.

Note!
The special grommet is intended to be used to seal the multiple cables from the Yokogawa flow fittings such as
FF20.
The designated cables are WU20 sensor cables, which are approximately 5 mm (0.2”) in diameter, and K1500FV
liquid earth cables, which are approximately 2.5 mm (0.1”) in diameter.

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For sensor systems using a single cable, like the FU20/FU24 and the PR10, PD20, PF20 and
PS20, the standard gland will accommodate the cable adequately. Single cables between
approximately 6 mm and 12 mm (0.24” and 0.47”) can be sealed properly with these glands and
the standard tule.

Remove
standard tule

Figure 2.16 Grommet set use Content of grommet set

n Sensor cable connections using junction box (BA10) and extension


cable (WF10)
Where a convenient installation is not possible using the standard cables between sensors and
converter, a junction box and extension cable may be used. The Yokogawa BA10 junction box
and the WF10 extension cable should be used. These items are manufactured to a very high
standard and are necessary to ensure that the specifications of the system can be met. The total
cable length should not exceed 60 metres (e.g. 5 m fixed cable and 55 m extension cable).
BA10
FLXA21
11 12 13 17 14 14 16 15
15 16 14 14 17 13 12 11

15 Core 16 Screen 11 11
White Co-axial cable WF10 12 12
14 Overall Screen 13 13
13 Core 17 Screen 14 14
Brown Co-axial Cable
15 15

11 Red
16 16
12 Blue 17 17

12 (blue)

14 (overall screen)

15 (core) 13 (core)
Co-axial cable Co-axial cable
(white) (brown)
16 (screen) 17 (screen)

11 (red)

Figure 2.17 Connection of WF10 extension cable and BA10 junction box

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An extension cable may be purchased in bulk quantities or in pre-finished lengths. In the case of
bulk quantities cut to length, then it is necessary to terminate the cable as shown below.
Termination procedure for WF10 cable.
1. Slide 3 cm of heat shrink tube (9 x 1.5) over the cable end to be terminated.
2. Strip 9 cm of the outer (black) insulating material, taking care not to cut or damage internal
cores.
3. Remove loose copper screening, and cut off the cotton packing threads as short as
possible.
4. Strip insulation from the last 3 cm of the brown, and the white coaxial cores.
5. Extract the coaxial cores from the braid, and trim off the black (low-noise) screening material
as short as possible.
6. Insulate the overall screen and the 2 coaxial screens with suitable plastic tubing.
7. Strip and terminate all ends with suitable (crimp) terminals and identify with numbers as
shown.
8. Finally shrink the overall heat shrink tube into position.

3 cm 9 cm
heat shrink remove insulation

3 cm

Cotton threads
11
12
17
15
16
13
14
Figure 2.18

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2.4.2 Wiring the conductivity (SC) sensor


11 12 13 14 15 16 NC

SC

Figure 2.19 SC module terminal diagram

Generally, signals from sensors are at low voltage and low current level. Thus a lot of care must
be taken to avoid interference. Before connecting sensor cables to the converter make sure that
following conditions are met:
– the sensor cables are not mounted in tracks together with high voltage and or power
switching cables
– only standard sensor cable or extension cable is used
– the converter is mounted within the distance of the sensor cables (max. 10 m) + up to 60m
WF10 extension cable.
– the setup is kept flexible at the sensors end for easy insertion and retraction of the sensor in
the fitting.

Refer to figure 2.19, which includes drawings that outline sensor wiring.
The FLXA21can be used with a wide range of sensor types. The sensor system fall into two
categories, the ones that use fixed cables and the ones with separate cables.
To connect sensors with fixed cables, simply match the terminal numbers in the instrument with
the identification numbers on the cable ends.
BA10 Connection Box
FLXA21 WF10 Extension Cable
11 Temperature 15 15
12 Temperature 16 16
13 1st inner cell 14 14
14 1st outer cell
14 14
15 2nd inner cell
17 17
16 2nd outer cell
13 13
12 12
11 11

Brown FLXA21

11 Temperature
12 Temperature
13 Inner electrode
14 Outer electrode
15 Inner electrode
16 Outer electrode
Red Yellow/Green

SX42-SX** -* F sensors

Figure 2.19 Sensor wiring diagrams

n Sensor cable connections using junction box (BA10) and extension


cable (WF10)
Refer pH sensor

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2.4.3 Wiring the inductive conductivity (ISC) sensor


11 12 13 17 14 16 15

ISC

Figure 2.20 ISC module terminal diagram

11
Thermistor (Temperature sensor)
12
17
Secondary Coil
13
15
Primary Coil
16
14 ground (shield)

Figure 2.21 ISC40G Sensor wiring diagrams

n Sensor cable connections using junction box (BA10) and extension


cable (WF10)
Refer pH sensor

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2.4.4 Connecting the dissolved oxygen (DO) sensor


11 12 16 15 13 14 17 18 NC

DO

Figure 2.22 DO module terminal diagram

11 11
12 12
13 14
14 17
15 18
16

Galvanic sensor Polarographic sensor


Figure 2.23 Connections DO

CAUTION

When connecting pin-terminal 13 of the sensor cable, make sure that the connected cables
are not disconnected. Also make sure that the sensor cable is not disconnected even when it is
pulled slightly. If the cable is not connected tightly enough, measurement values may become
unstable and measurement errors may occur.

n Wiring the standard galvanic sensor


The individual wires of the sensor cable have markings on them. These markings match the
markings on the terminals.
Note: “The membrane rupture detection function is only available for the DO30G with and external liquid earth. Like in for example the
PB350G/PB30/PB360G.

n Wiring other galvanic sensors


Consult the user’s manual for the color identification of the sensor cable and connect the
temperature sensor, the cathode, and the anode to the terminals (for terminals 11, 12, 13,
and 15). If only one shielded cable is available, connect it to terminal 14. In this case, sensor
diagnosis cannot usually be carried out.

n Wiring polarographic sensors


Consult the user’s manual for the color identification of the sensor cable and connect the
temperature sensor, the anode, and the cathode to the terminals in the order of terminals 11, 12,
17, and 18.
If a shielded cable is available, connect it to terminal 14.

n Sensor cable connections using junction box (BA10) and extension


cable (WF10)
Refer pH sensor

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2.5 Mounting methods


Refer to figures 2.25 to 27 and 2.31 to 33. The FLXA21 has a various kinds of mounting
capabilities.
• Panel mounting using optional mounting hardware (/PM or /UM)
• Wall mounting using optional mounting hardware (/U or /UM) (for example, on a solid wall)
• Pipe mounting using optional mounting hardware (/U or /UM) on a horizontal or vertical pipe
(Nominal size 50A)
(Note) The universal mounting kit (/UM) contains the pipe and wall mounting hardware (/U) and the panel mounting hardware (/PM).

2.5.1 Plastic housing


151 Uit: mm
144 141
80
22.5
144

137
80
For sensor 1 cable
4-M6 depth 5
(For sensor 2 cable)
26.5 26.5 24.7

For power supply

1 For grounding cable


44.9 20.2
Figure 2.24 137
Housing dimensions and layout of glands (Plastic housing) FB4_01.ai

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Panel thickness
Unit: mm

1 to 12
+1

135
138 0
2-M5 length 35

138 +1
0
4-M6 *

195
100
185

Spacing panel cutout


*: Tighten the four screws to a torque of 2 N•m.
178
FB4_03.ai

Figure 2.25 Panel mounting (Option /PM, /UM) (Plastic housing)

164 Unit: mm
144 4-M6 *
13
144
224.8

200
50

For wall mountig


15

3-ø10 holes
70
*: Tighten the four screws to a torque of 2 N•m. 100
FB4_02.ai

Figure 2.26 Wall mounting (Option /U, /UM) (Plastic housing)

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Unit: mm
144
204.9
Pipe 50A
151
(ø60.5)
4-M6 *

174.8

200
50

M8 U-bolt
Pipe mounting (Horizontal) Pipe mounting (Vertical)
100
*: Tighten the four screws to a torque of 2 N•m. FB4_04.ai
Figure 2.27 Pipe mounting (Option /U, /UM) (Plastic housing)

184 220 9 Unit: mm

57
72
199

(50)
(70)
(100)
FB4_05.ai

Figure 2.28 Housing with stainless steel hood (Option /H6, /H7, /H8) (Plastic housing)

2.5.2 Stainless steel housing


The stainless housing with urethane coating (-U) or epoxy coating (-E) has an external plate as
shown on figure 2.29.

Figure 2.29 Externals of the coated type housing

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160 Unit: mm
150
165 32.5 80

165

137

80
For sensor 1 cable 4-M6 depth 5
(For sensor 2 cable)
Plate
(Only with coating)
26.5 26.5 25.3

For power supply

1 22.2
44 45
137 FB4_06.ai

Figure 2.30 Housing dimensions and layout of glands (Stainless steel housing)
Panel thickness

Unit:mm
1 to 12

+1
134

138 0
2-M5 length 35
138 +1
0

4-M6 *
195
100

185
Spacing panel cutout

178 *: Tighten the four screws to a torque of 2 N•m.


Figure 2.31 Panel mounting (Option /PM, /UM) (Stainless steel housing) FB4_08.ai

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Unit: mm
165 173 4-M6 *
13
165
234.5

200
50
For wall mounting

15
3-ø10 holes
70
100
*: Tighten the four screws to a torque of 2 N•m. FB4_07.ai

Figure 2.32 Wall mounting (Option /U, /UM) (Stainless steel housing)

Unit:mm
165
213.9 Pipe 50A
(ø60.5)
4-M6 *
184.5

200

160
50

M8 U-bolt
Pipe mounting (Horizontal) Pipe mounting (Vertical)
100
*: Tighten the four screws to a torque of 2 N•m. FB4_09.ai

Figure 2.33 Pipe mounting (Option /U, /UM) (Stainless steel housing)

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184
220 9 Unit: mm
165

57
72
165
199

(50)
(70)
(100)
FB4_10.ai

Figure 2.34 Housing with stainless steel hood (Option /H6, /H7, /H8) (Stainless steel housing)

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3. Operation
When all wiring is completed, turn on the power of the instrument. Make sure that the LCD
screen turns on. Then, the screen changes to the Quick Setup display. If the instrument is not
configured, an error indicator may be displayed, or the measurement values displayed may be
incorrect. Check the initial settings and change them to suit your purpose. For details, refer to the
IM 12A01A02-01E User’s manual.

If you are not using any display unit, refer to Appendix 4 “HART communication” of IM 12A01A02-
01E.

Note!
After turning on the power, it takes occasionally more than 1 minute to change to the Quick Setup display.

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3.1 Change language


When the power is turned on, the Quick setup display appears.
Upon delivery, the display language is set to English. If you want to use a language other than
English, select your desired language.
Quick setup
Start quick setup?

Yes
No

Change language

Quick setup Change language


Start quick setup? Chinese
Czech
Yes English
No French
German
Change language Italian
Japanese
Korean
Portuguese
Russian
Spanish

Warning
The instrument will restart
Are you sure? No

Warning
The instrument will restart
Are you sure? No
Yes

Figure 3.1 Change language flow

When the language is changed, the instrument restarts automatically.


Be sure to check and change the parameters to suit your specifications before using the
instrument. For details on the quick setup method and other information, please read the
instruction manual (IM 12A01A02-01E). The initial values (factory settings) of parameters and a
table for writing your setting values are attached to the end of this instruction manual. Please use
them when you configure the settings.

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3.2 Screen operation


WARNING
Press the touch screen only with your finger. Do not use a tool with a sharp tip (ex. pencil,
ballpoint pen), a thin stick, a tool with a hard tip etc. to avoid scratches on the touch screen.

The main screen operations are as follows.


When you press any of the following icons on the screen, the screen changes to the respective
display or executes the respective function.
→ →

Returns to the main display (or home display).

Returns to the previous display.

Moves the cursor for selecting the menu item. Pressing the icon moves the cursor
down to the next item. When the cursor is on the item at the very bottom, the cursor
jumps back to the item at the top.

Confirms the input; for example, the selected menu item or setting value.

Note!
When no operation is performed for 10 minutes (or the time set for automatic recovery elapses), the screen
changes to the main display (or home display) automatically. (With the exception of trend display)

The figures in this section show the pH measurement for example.


Each display is different in details due to settings. Each display is only an example for some
settings.
For details, refer to the IM 12A01A02-01E User's manual.

n Main display
F E G
Tag:FLXA21–PH

10.38
Go to Home (Fig. 3.4)

A Go to Zoom (Fig. 3.7)

D
TEXT_PH pH Go to Infomation (Fig. 3.8)
B 25.0 °C WASH
TEXT_TEMP
C 19.00 mV HOLD
TEXT_ORP Go to Execute & Setup (Fig. 3.9)
4mA PH1 20mA
J

K H M N

Figure 3.2 Example of main display

Main display
Appears upon startup when one sensor is connected.
When the number of the sensor 1 or sensor 2 on the home display is pressed when two sensors
are connected, the main display of the selected sensor appears.

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A: Measurement value: Primary value (large characters/user selectable)
B, C: Measurement value: Second and tertiary values (small characters)
D: Unit
E: Tag No. (user programmable)
F: Sensor No. *
G: Sensor wellness indicator (More ■ indicate the better condition.)
H: Hold/Wash status button (indicated only during the Hold/Wash status)
J: Analog output display and parameter * (ex.: PH1…PH=Parameter, 1=sensor number)
K: Additional text (set in alphanumeric characters/user programmable)
M: Function buttons (Home, Zoom, Status, Execute & Setup)
N: Warn/Fail indicators (indicated in blinking only during Warn/Fail status)

* When the parameter of which measurement value is indicated is selected as a process


parameter, that is, mA output set on the Output setup (refer to the section 5.3, 10.2, 13.2,
and 16.3), its Sensor No. is indicated as a white number in the black box, for example ,
and its mA output is indicated as a bar at the bottom.

Note!
Measurement values on the display can be set independent of the process parameter.

C Calculated data R(1) Redundant sys.

0.03
Differential pH Sensor
1
10.38 pH Sensor
1

Sensor Sensor
4mA Diff-pH 20mA 2 4mA PH1 20mA 2
Figure 3.3 Example of calculated date and redundant system

n Home display (when two sensors are connected)


F Tag:FLXA21–PH pH D

10.38
B 25.0 °C E
C -1.8 mV A
G H
Tag:FLXA21–PH pH

6.35
24.9 °C K
24.4 mV

4mA pH1 20mA


J
Figure 3.4 Example of home display

Home display
Appears upon startup when two sensors are connected.
(Home display is not available when only one sensor is connected)
A: Measurement value: Primary value (large characters/user selectable)
B, C: Measurement value: Secondary and tertiary values (small characters)
D: Unit
E: Tag No. (user programmable)
F: Sensor No.
G: Sensor wellness indicator (More ■ indicate the better condition.)
H: Hold/Wash indicators (indicated only during Hold/Wash status)
J: Analog output display and parameter (ex.: PH1…PH=Parameter, 1=sensor number)
K: Warn/Fail indicators (indicated in blinking only during Warn/Fail status)

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C Calculated data pH R(1) Redundant system pH

0.03 10.38
Tag:FLXA21–PH pH Tag:FLXA21–PH pH

6.35 10.38
24.9 °C 25.0 °C
24 mV 19 mV

4mA Diff-pH 20mA 4mA PH1 20mA

Figure 3.5 Example of home display of calculated data and redundant system

n Trend display
C D F

Tag:FLXA21-PH pH1
12.00 10.38pH
Maximum value on this display
Measurement value

Current process value


8.40

5.60
Minimum value on this display
2.50

B 12:00 12:20 12:40


E
Time Maximum
A G Average
Minimum

Figure 3.6 Example of trend display

Trend display
Appears when the primary value on the main display is pressed, or
when the Trend button on the Zoom display is pressed.
A: X axis; Time axis (user programmable from 15 minutes to 14 days)
B: Y axis; Measurement value axis (user programmable)
C: Tag No.
D: Current measurement value with unit
E: Trend (maximum, minimum and average values during the display update time)
F: Icon (current measurement value, and maximum and minimum values until the display
update)
G: Warn/Fail indicators (indicated in blinking only during Warn/Fail status)

n Zoom display
mA HOLD
20

FAIL
12
WASH

4
15.00

Next Next

Figure 3.7 Example of zoom display
Appears when the Zoom button on the main display is pressed.
The Zoom display shows an easy-to-read graphical display of the output status. Pressing Next
displays the contact state if communication is set to PH201G distributor. Pressing Next again
displays the status information of the transmitter.

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n Information button
Diagnosis information on converters and sensors appears.

No malfunction detected.

Warning
When a warning indicator appears, maintenance is required. Pressing this key
displays the detected malfunction message, and pressing the malfunction message
displays troubleshooting guidelines for resolving the malfunction.
Fail
Indicates a malfunction. Pressing this key displays the detected malfunction message,
and pressing the malfunction message displays troubleshooting guidelines for
resolving the malfunction.

l Example of (Fail)

Fail: Measured process


Temperature too high temperature exceeds
maximum limit.
Remedy
Warn: Check process temperature.
No warn. Check programmed sensor
type. Check connections and
cable.

Figure 3.8 Example of Fail

If no error is detected, “No fail” and “No warn” are displayed.


If an error is detected and warn is indicated, up to 3 messages appear.

n Execute & Setup


Allows you to calibrate and configure the instrument. These operations can be protected with a
password.
Execute & Setup
Execute:
Calibration/Wash
Hold
Temporary output

Setup:
Commissioning
Change language
Start Quick Setup

Figure 3.9 Example of Execute & Setup display

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3.3 Passwords
Passwords can protect the FLXA21 from other persons’ access except a right operator’s.

Execute &Setup Commissioning Advanced setup Passwords


Execute: Sensor setup Settings Execute:
Calibration/Wash Measurement setup Tag
HOLD Output setup Passwords Commissioning:
Temporary output Error configuration Date/Time
Logbook configuration Communication Entering an empty password
Setup: Advanced setup Factory setup results in disabling the
Comissioning Display setup password check.
Change language Calculated data setup
Start Quick Setup

Figure 3.10 Example of passwords setting

Execute operation and Commissioning operation can be separately protected by each password.
When the Execute password is set, execution of Calibration(/Wash), HOLD or Temporary output
needs to enter the password to start each execution. When the Commissioning password is set,
Commissioning and Start Quick Setup needs to enter the password to start the setting-up.

For details on the password, refer to the IM 12A01A02-01E User's manual.

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<Appendix 1 User setting table of pH/ORP> App.1-1

Appendix 1 User setting table of pH/ORP


* Reference section of User’s Manual, IM 12A01A02-01E

Default User *Ref.


Parameter Applicable values
values settings sect.
Sensor Sensor type pH pH, ORP, pH+ORP 5.1
setup
Measure- (Measurement) pH+ORP pH, ORP, pH+ORP, 5.2.1
ment setup pH+rH, rH
Tempera- Temp. element Pt1000 Pt1000, Pt100, 5.2.2
ture setting 3kBalco, 8k55,
PTC10k, 6k8, 500Ω
Unit ºC ºC, ºF
Temp. Compensation Automatic Manual, Automatic 5.2.3
compensa-
Manual Manual temp. 25.0 ºC -30 to 140 ºC
tion
(77.0 ºF) (-22.0 to 284.0 ºF)
Reference temp. 25.0 ºC 0.0 to 100.0 ºC
(77.0 ºF) (32.0 to 212.0 ºF)
Process pH None None, TC, Matrix,
Temp. NEN6411
Compen-
T.C.pH 0.000 pH/ºC -0.100 to 0.100 pH/ºC
sation
(0.000 pH/ºF) (-0.056 to 0.056pH/ºF)
Matrix — —

ORP None None, TC PH


T.C.ORP 0.000 mV/ºC -10.00 to 10.00 mV/ºC
(0.000 mV/ºF) (-5.556 to 5.556mV/ºF)

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Default User *Ref.


Parameter Applicable values
values settings sect.
Measure- Calibration pH settings Zero and Zero unit mV mV, pH 5.2.4
ment setup settings Slope units
Slope unit % %, mV/pH
Limits and Zero High 120.0 mV 0.00 to 500 mV
timig (2.03 pH) (0.00 to 8.45 pH)
Zero Low -120.0 mV -500.0 to 0.00 mV
(-2.03 pH) (-8.45 to 0.00 pH)
Slope High 110.0 % 100.0 to 110.0 %
(65.08mV/pH) (59.16 to 65.08mV/pH)
Slope Low 70.00 % 70.0 to 100.0 %
(41.41mV/pH) (41.41 to 59.16mV/pH)
Step Range 0.01 pH 0.01 to 1.00 pH
Stabilization time 5s 2 to 30 s
Calibr. interval 250 days 1 to 250 days
Buffers Select buffer NIST/DIN NIST/DIN 19266,
(select set) set 19266 DIN 19267, US, Free
programmable
Zero/Slope/ Zero 0.000 mV mV: (zero low) to
ITP (7.00 pH) (zero high)
pH: (zeo low + ITP) to
(zero high + ITP)
Slope 100.0 % (slope low) to (slope
(59.16mV/pH) high)
ITP 7.00 pH 0.00 to 14.00 pH
Auto correct pH Auto correct Disable Disable, Enable
(Zero, Slope)
ORP Limit and Zero High 120.0 mV 0.00 to 500 mV
settings timing
Zero Low -120.0 mV -500.0 to 0.00 mV
rH settings
Slope High 110.0 % 100.0 to 110.0 %
Slope Low 70.00 % 70.0 to 100.0 %
Step Range 1 mV 1 to 100 mV
(0.05 rH) (0.01 to 10.00 rH)
Stabilization time 5s 2 to 30 s
Calibr. interval 250 days 1 to 250 days
Zero/Slope Zero 0.000 mV mV: (zero low) to
(zero high)
pH: (zeo low + ITP) to
(zero high + ITP)
Slope 100.0 % (slope low) to (slope
high)
Impedance Input 1 impedance: pH, pH+ORP: Low, High 5.2.5
settings High
ORP: Low
Low High limit 200.0 kΩ 1.000 kΩ to 1.000 MΩ
Low limit 1.000 kΩ 1.000 kΩ to 1.000 MΩ
Input 2 impedance: Low Low, High
Low High limit 200.0 kΩ 1.000 kΩ to 1.000 MΩ
Low limit 1.000 kΩ 1.000 kΩ to 1.000 MΩ

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Default User *Ref.


Parameter Applicable values
values settings sect.
Measure- Concentra- Unit % %, mg/L, g/L, ppm 5.2.6
ment setup tion
(pH1) 0.00 pH 0.00 to 14.00 pH
(pH2) 14.00 pH 0.00 to 14.00 pH
(Concentration1) 0.00 %, mg/L, %: 0.000 to 100.0
g/L, ppm mg/L, g/L, ppm:
0.000 to 9999
(Concentration2) 100.0 %, mg/L,
g/L, ppm
Sensor Input 1 imp.: Disable Disable, Enable 5.2.7
diag.
FINE 10.0 MΩ 1 to 10 MΩ
settings
Input 2 imp.: Disable Disable, Enable
Process time: Disable Disable, Enable
BAD limit 2000 days 1 to 10000 days
Heat cycle: Disable Disable, Enable
BAD limit 500 cycles 10 to 1000 cycles
Define heat Heat cycle tempe 50 ºC 1 to 250 ºC
cycle
Heat cycle time: 10.0 min. 0.1 to 60.0 min.
Output mA Output Output, Simulate 5.3
setup
Output Process parameter pH1 pH1, Temperature1,
ORP1, pH2, Tem-
perature2, Calculated,
Redundant
Setup Linear Linear, Table
PH
Linear 0 % value: pH 0.00 pH, -2 to 20 pH,
Temperature 0 ºC, -30 to 140 ºC,
ORP -500 mV, -1500 to 1500 mV,
rH 0 rH, 0 to 100 rH,
Calculate/ -1pH, -20 to 20 pH,
Differential -500 mV, -1500 to 1500 mV,
Calculate/ 0 pH, -2 to 20 pH,
Average -500 mV -1500 to 1500 mV
100% value:pH 14.00 pH, -2 to 20 pH,
Temperature 100 ºC, -30 to 140 ºC,
ORP 500 mV, -1500 to 1500 mV,
rH 50 rH, 0 to 100 rH,
Calculate/ 1pH, -20 to 20 pH,
Differential 500 mV, -1500 to 1500 mV,
Calculate/ 14 pH, -2 to 20 pH,
Average 500 mV -1500 to 1500 mV
Table — —

Burn Off Off, Low, High


Damping time 0.0 s 0.0 to 3600 s
Simulate Simulation perc. 50.00 % -2.500 to 112.5 %
Configure Last or fixed Last Last, Fixed
Hold
Fixed value mA 12.00 mA 3.60 to 22.00 mA
Hold during Calibration(/Wash) Enable Disable, Enable

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Default User *Ref.


Parameter Applicable values
values settings sect.
Error pH too high Warn Off, Warn, Fail 5.4
configura-
pH too low Warn Off, Warn, Fail
tion
Temperature too high Warn Off, Warn, Fail
Temperature too low Warn Off, Warn, Fail
ORP too high Off Off, Warn, Fail
ORP too low Off Off, Warn, Fail
rH too high Off Off, Warn, Fail
rH too low Off Off, Warn, Fail
Matrix config. error Fail Off, Warn, Fail
Calib. time exceeded Off Off, Warn, Fail
Wash half-time error Off Off, Warn, Fail
Impedance 1 too high Off Off, Warn, Fail
Impedance 1 too low Off Off, Warn, Fail
Impedance 2 too high Off Off, Warn, Fail
Impedance 2 too low Off Off, Warn, Fail
Logbook Setting Sensor: Error on 1-1 (2-1) Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2) 5.5
configura- logbook
Error off 1-1 (2-1) Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
tion
T.C. Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Zero low limit Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Zero high limit Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Slope low limit Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Slope high limit Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Reference temp. Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Stabilization Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Imp.1 low limit Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Imp.1 high limit Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Imp.2 low limit Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Imp.2 high limit Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Wash setup Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
mA: mA setup Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Hold fixed value Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Burn Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Linear output % Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Damping time Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Erase logbook: 1-1 (2-1) 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Erase? No No, Yes
Warn if logbook “full”: No No, Yes

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Default User *Ref.


Parameter Applicable values
values settings sect.
Advanced Settings No action No action, Load 5.6.1
setup factory settings, Save
user settings, Load
user settings
Tag FLXA21-PH (Max. 12 characters) 5.6.2
Passwords Execute: (blank) (Max. 8 characters) 5.6.3
Commissioning: (blank) (Max. 8 characters)
Date/Time Format YYYY/MM/ YYYY/MM/DD, 5.6.4
DD MM/DD/YYYY,
DD/MM/YYYY
Date — — —
Time — — —
Communication HART None, HART, PH201G 5.6.5
HART Network address 0 0 to 15
PV (pH1) — —
SV Temperature1 pH1 (2), Tempera-
ture1 (2), Ref.imped-
TV Empty, pH2
ance1 (2), ORP1 (2),
FV Empty, rH1 (2), Calculated,
Temperature2 Redundant, Empty
PH201G Hold contact: Enabled Disabled, Enabled
Fail contact: Fail+Warn Fail+Warn, Fail only,
Disabled
Wash contact Enabled Disabled, Enabled PH
Interval time 6.0 h. 0.1 to 36.0 h.
Wash (Meas- 0.5 min. 0.1 to 10.0 min.
ure) time
Recovery time 0.5 min. 0.1 to 10.0 min.
Manual Wash Enabled Disabled, Enabled
Imp2 Wash Disabled Disabled, Enabled
Continuous Disabled Disabled, Enabled
Wash
Factory setup — — — 5.6.6

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Default User *Ref.


Parameter Applicable values
values settings sect.
Display Dual 1st row PH1 PH1, PH2, Calculated. 5.7.1
setup display Redundant
2nd row PH2 PH1, PH2, Calculated.
Redundant, Empty
Individual PH1 (2) 1st line pH1 (2) pH1 (2),
display Temperature1 (2),
ORP1 (2), rH1 (2),
Main Concentration1 (2)
display
2nd line Temperature1 pH1 (2), Tempera-
(2) ture1 (2), ORP1 (2),
rH1 (2), Concentra-
3rd line Empty,
tion1 (2), Empty
(ORP1)
Additional text (blank) (Max. 12 characters)
Trend Trend 1st Trend pH1 pH1 (2), 5.7.2
Graph Temperature1 (2),
2nd Trend Temperature1
Screen: ORP1 (2), rH1 (2),
3rd Trend Empty, Concentration1 (2),
(ORP1) Calculated, Redun-
dant, Empty
X-axis: TIme Span (X)= 1 hour 15 min., 30 min., 1
Timing hour, 2 hours, 4 hours,
8 hours, 24 hours, 7
days, 14 days
Y-axis: pH low 0.00 pH -2 to 20 pH
Limits
high 14.00 pH
Tempera- low 0.0 ºC -30 to 140 ºC
ture
high 100.0 ºC
ORP low -500 mV -1500 to 1500 mV
high 500 mV
rH low 0 rH 0 to 100 rH
high 50 rH
Calculate low -1pH, -500mV -20 to 20 pH,
(Differential) -1500 to 1500 mV
high 1 pH, 500 mV
Calculate low 0 pH, -500mV -20 to 20 pH,
(Average) -1500 to 1500 mV
high 14pH, 500mV
Concentra- low 0 %, mg/L, 0 to 100 %,
tion g/L, ppm 0.000 to 9999 mg/L,
g/L, ppm
high 100.0 %,
mg/L, g/L,
ppm
Auto Auto Return 10min Dissable, 10min, 5.7.3
Return 60min
Adjust Contrast: 0 -5 to +5 5.7.4
contrast
Calculated Function Differential Differential, Average 5.8
data setup

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<Appendix 2 User setting table of SC> App.2-1

Appendix 2 User setting table of SC


* Reference section of User’s Manual, IM 12A01A02-01E

Default User *Ref.


Parameter Applicable values
values settings sect.
Measure- Measurement Conductivity Conductivity, Resistiv- 10.1.1
ment setup ity, Concentration,
Conduct.+Concentr.
Configure Sensor type 2-electrode 2-electrode, 10.1.2
sensor 4-electrode
Measuring unit /cm /cm, /m
Cell constant (factory) 0.1000 /cm 0.0050 to 50.00 /cm
10.00 /m 0.500 to 5000 /m
Tem- Temp. element Pt1000 Pt1000, Pt100, Ni100, 10.1.3
perature 8k55, Pb36(JIS6k)
settings
Unit ºC ºC, ºF
Temp. Compensation Automatic Manual, Automatic 10.1.4
compensa-
Manual Manual temp. 25.0 ºC -20 to 140 ºC
tion
(77.0 ºF) (-4.0 to 284.0 ºF)
Reference temp. 25.0 ºC 0.0 to 100.0 ºC
(77.0 ºF) (32.0 to 212.0 ºF)
Method: Temp.comp.1 NaCl None, TC, NaCl,
(Temp.comp.2) (None) Matrix
TC T.C.method1(2) 2.10 %/ºC 0.00 to 10.0 %/ºC
(1.17 %/ºF) (0.00 to 5.56 %/ºF)
Matrix Select matrix Ammonia Ammonia 0..50ppb,
0..50ppb Morpholine
0..500ppb, Ammonia
15..30%, Sulfuric acid
0..27%, Sulfuric acid
39..85%, Sulfuric
acid 93..100%,
NaOH 0..15%,
NaOH 25..50%,
HCl 0..200ppb, HCl SC
0..18%, HCl 24..44%,
HNO3 0..25%, HNO3
35..80%, User defined
1, User defined 2
Define matrix: — —

Calibration Limits: Air adjust 10.00 µS 0.000 to 20.00 µS 10.1.5


settings
c.c. high 120.0 % 100.0 to 120.0 %
low 80.00 % 80.00 to 100.0 %
Timing: Step Range 1% 0.1 to 20.0 %
Stabilization time 5s 2 to 30 s
Calibr.interval 250 days 1 to 250 days
Concentra- Additional table Disabled Disabled, Enabled 10.1.6
tion
Unit for table % %, ppt, ppm, ppb
Sensor Process time: Disable Disable, Enable 10.1.7
diag.
BAD limit 2000 days 1 to 10000 days
settings
Heat cycle: Disable Disable, Enable
BAD limit 500 cycles 10 to 1000 cycles
Define heat Heat cycle tempe 50 ºC 1 to 250 ºC
cycle
Hear cycle time: 10.0 min. 0.1 to 60.0 min.

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Default User *Ref.


Parameter Applicable values
values settings sect.
Output mA Output Output, Simulate 10.2
setup
Output Process parameter Conduct1- Conduct1-TC1,
TC1 Conduct1-TC2,
(Resist1-TC1) Temperature1,
Concent1-TC1,
Concent1-TC2,
Conduct2-TC1,
Temperature2,
Conduct2-TC2,
Resist1-TC1, Resist1-
TC2, Calculated,
Redundant
Setup Linear Linear, Table
Linear 0 % value 0.000 nS/cm, 0.000 nS/cm to 5.000
Conductivity µS/m S/cm, 0.000 µS/m to
500.0 S/m
Resistivity 0.000 mΩ•cm, 0.000 mΩ•cm to 1.000
mΩ•m GΩ•cm, 0.000 mΩ•m
to 10.00 MΩ•m
Temperature 0.0 ºC -20 to 250 ºC
Concentration 0.000 %, 0.000 to 999.9 %,
ppm, ppb, 0.000 to 9999 ppm,
0 ppt ppb, 0 to 9999 ppt
Calculated -1.000 mS/cm, -5.000 to 5.000 S/cm,
(Differential) -100.0 mS/m, -500.0 to 500.0 S/m,
-20.00 Ω•cm, -1.000 to 1.000 Ω•cm,
-0.200 Ω•m -10.00 to 10.00 MΩ•m
Calculated 0.000 nS/cm, 0 µS/cm to 5.000 S/cm,
(Average) µS/m, mΩ•cm, 0 µS/m to 500.0 S/m,
mΩ•m 0.000 mΩ•cm to 1.000 GΩ•cm,
0 Ω•m to 10.00 MΩ•m
Calculated (Ratio) 0.000 0 to 20.0
Calculated (Passage) 0.000 % 0 to 200 %
Calculated (Rejection) 0.000 % -200 to 200 %
Calculated (Deviation) 0.000 % -200 to 200 %
Calculated (pH 0.00 pH 0 to14 pH
calc. (VGB))
100 % value 500.0 µS/cm, 0 µS/cm to 5.000 S/cm,
Conductivity 50.00 mS/m 0 µS/m to 500.0 S/m
Resistivity 20.00 Ω•cm, 0.000 mΩ•cm to 1.000
0.200 Ω•m GΩ•cm, 0 Ω•m to
10.00 MΩ•m
Temperature 100 ºC -20 to 250 ºC
Concentration 100.0 %, 0.000 to 999.9 %,
9999 ppm, 0.000 to 9999 ppm,
ppb, ppt ppb, 0 to 9999 ppt
Calculated 1.000 mS/cm, -5.000 to 5.000 S/cm,
(Differential) 100.0 mS/m, -500.0 to 500.0 S/m,
20.00 Ω•cm, -1.000 to 1.000 Ω•cm,
0.200 Ω•m -10.00 to 10.00 MΩ•m
Calculated 500.0 µS/cm, 0 µS/cm to 5.000 S/cm,
(Average) 50.00 mS/m, 0 µS/m to 500.0 S/m,
20.00 Ω•cm, 0.000 mΩ•cm to 1.000 GΩ•cm,
0.200 Ω•m 0 Ω•m to 10.00 MΩ•m
Calculated (Ratio) 20.00 0 to 20.0
Calculated (Passage) 100.0 % 0 to 200 %
Calculated (Rejection) 100.0 % -200 to 200 %
Calculated (Deviation) 100.0 % -200 to 200 %
Calculated (pH 14.00 pH 0 to 14 pH
calc. (VGB))
Table — —

Burn Off Off, Low, High


Damping time 0.0 s 0.0 to 3600 s
Simulate Simulation perc. 50.00 % -2.5 to 112.5 %
Configure Last or fixed Last Last, Fixed
Hold
Fixed value mA 12.00 mA 3.60 to 22.00 mA
Hold during Calibration Enabled Disabled, Enabled

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Default User *Ref.


Parameter Applicable values
values settings sect.
Error Conductivity too high (or Concentration) Warn Off, Warn, Fail 10.3
configura-
High limit 250.0 mS 0.00 nS to 500.0 S
tion
Conductivity too low (or Concentration) Warn Off, Warn, Fail
Low limit 1.000 µS 0.000 nS to 500.0 S
Temperature too high Warn Off, Warn, Fail
Temperature too low Warn Off, Warn, Fail
Polarization detect Warn Off, Warn, Fail
Calibr.time exceeded Off Off, Warn, Fail
USP Off Off, Warn, Fail
USP safety margin 0.000 % 0.000 to 100.000 %
Configura- 1st comp. matrix Fail Off, Warn, Fail
tion error:
2nd comp. matrix Fail Off, Warn, Fail
Cioncentration table Fail Off, Warn, Fail
Resisitivity too low Warn Off, Warn, Fail
Low limit 4.000 Ω 0.000 mΩ to 1.000 GΩ
Resisitivity too high Warn Off, Warn, Fail
High limit 1.000 MΩ 0.000 mΩ to 1.000 GΩ
Logbook Setting Sensor: Error on 1-1 (2-1) Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2) 10.4
configura- logbook
Error off 1-1 (2-1) Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
tion
Temp.coeff. Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Air adjust limit Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Adj c.c.low limit Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Adj c.c.high limit Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Reference temp. Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Stabilization time Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
mA: mA setup Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Hold fixed value Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Burn Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2) SC
Linear output % Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Damping time Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Erase logbook: 1-1 (2-1) 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Erase? No No, Yes
Warn if logbook “full”: No No, Yes

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<Appendix 2 User setting table of SC> App.2-4

Default User *Ref.


Parameter Applicable values
values settings sect.
Advanced Settings No action No action, Load 10.5.1
setup factory settings, Save
user settings, Load
user settings
Tag FLXA21-SC (Max. 12 characters) 10.5.2
Passwords Execute: (blank) (Max. 8 characters) 10.5.3
Commissioning: (blank) (Max. 8 characters)
Date/Time Format YYYY/MM/ YYYY/MM/DD, 10.5.4
DD MM/DD/YYYY,
DD/MM/YYYY
Date — — —
Time — — —
Communication HART None, HART, PH201G 10.5.5
HART Network address 0 0 to 15
PV (Conduct1- — —
TC1)
(Resist1-TC1)
SV Temperature1 Conduct1-TC1,
Temperature1,
TV Empty,
Concent1-TC1, USP
(Concent1-
margin1, Conduct2-
TC1)
TC1, Temperature2,
FV Empty, Conduct2-TC2, USP
(Temperature margin2, Resist1-
2) TC1, Resist1-TC2,
Calculated,
Redundant, Empty
PH201G Hold contact: Enabled Disabled, Enabled
Fail contact: Fail+Warn Fail+Warn, Fail only,
Disabled
Factory setup — — — 10.5.6
Display Dual 1st row SC1 SC1, SC2, Calculated. 10.6.1
setup display Redundant
2nd row SC2 SC1, SC2, Calculated.
Redundant, Empty
Individual SC1 (2) Conductivity (Resistivity) unit Auto Auto, S/cm, mS/cm,
display µS/cm, nS/cm
Resistivity:
Main Auto, mΩ•cm, Ω•cm,
display kΩ•cm, MΩ•cm,
GΩ•cm
1st line Conduct1(2)- Conduct1(2)-TC1,
TC1, Temperature1(2),
(Concent1- Concent1(2)-TC1(2),
TC1, Resist1-TC1(2)
Resist1-TC1)
2nd line Temperature1 Conduct1(2)-TC1,
(2) Temperature1(2),
Concent1(2)-TC1(2),
3rd line Empty,
Resist1-TC1(2),
(Concent1-
Empty
TC1)
Additional text (blank) (Max. 12 characters)

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Default User *Ref.


Parameter Applicable values
values settings sect.
Display Trend Trend 1st Trend Conduct1- Conduct1(2)-TC1(2), 10.6.2
setup Graph TC1, Temperature1(2),
Screen: (Concent1- Concent1(2)-TC1(2),
TC1), Resist1-TC1(2),
(Resist1-TC1) Calculated, Redun-
dant, Empty
2nd Trend Temperature1
3rd Trend Empty,
(Concent1-
TC1)
X-axis: TIme Span (X)= 1 hour 15 min., 30 min., 1
Timing hour, 2 hours, 4 hours,
8 hours, 24 hours, 7
days, 14 days
Y-axis: Conduct*- low 0.000 nS/cm, 0 µS/cm to 5.000
Limits TC* µS/m S/cm, 0 µS/m to 500.0
S/m
high 500.0 µS/cm,
50.00 mS/m
Tempera- low 0.0 ºC -20 to 250 ºC
ture
high 100.0 ºC
Resist*- low 0.000 0.000 mΩ•cm to 1.000
TC* mΩ•cm, GΩ•cm, 0 Ω•m to
mΩ•m 10.00 MΩ•m
high 20.00 Ω•cm,
0.200 Ω•m
Concent*- low 0.000 %, ppm, 0.000 to 999.9 %,
TC* ppb, 0 ppt 0.000 to 9999 ppm,
ppt,
high 100.0 %,
9999 ppm, 0 to 9999 ppt
ppb, ppt
Differ- low -1.000 mS/cm, -5.000 to 5.000 S/cm,
ential -100.0 mS/m, -500.0 to 500.0 S/m,
-20.00 Ω•cm, -1.000 to 1.000 GΩ•cm,
-0.200 Ω•m -10.00 to 10.00 MΩ•m
high 1.000 mS/cm,
100.0 mS/m,
20.00 Ω•cm,
SC
0.200 Ω•m
Aver- low 0.000 nS/cm, 0 to 5.000 S/cm,
age µS/m, 0.000 0 to 500.0 S/m,
mΩ•cm, mΩ•m 0.000 mΩ•cm to 1.000
high 500.0 µS/cm, GΩ•cm,
50.00 mS/m, 0 Ω•m to 10.00 MΩ•m
Calculated

20.00 Ω•cm,
0.200 Ω•m
Ratio low 0.000 0 to 20.0
high 20.00
Pas- low 0.000 % 0 to 200 %
sage
high 100.0 %
Rejec- low 0.000 % -200 to 200 %
tion
high 100.0 %
Devia- low 0.000 % -200 to 200 %
tion
high 100.0 %
pH calc. low 0.00 pH 0 to 14.0 pH
(VGB)
high 14.00 pH
Auto Auto Return 10min Dissable, 10min, 10.6.3
Return 60min
Adjust Contrast: 0 -5 to +5 10.6.4
contrast

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Default User *Ref.


Parameter Applicable values
values settings sect.
Calculated Function Differential Differential, Average, 10.7
data setup Ratio, Passage(%),
Rejection(%),
Deviation(%), pH
calc.(VGB)

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Appendix 3 User setting table of ISC


* Reference section of User’s Manual, IM 12A01A02-01E

Default User *Ref.


Parameter Applicable values
values settings sect.
Measure- Measurement Conductivity Conductivity, 13.1.1
ment setup Concentration,
Conduct.+Concentr.
Configure Measuring unit /cm /cm, /m 13.1.2
sensor
Cell constant (factory) 1.880 /cm 0.2000 to 50.00 /cm
188.0 /m 20.00 to 5000 /m
Tem- Temp. element Pt1000 Pt1000, NTC30k 13.1.3
perature
Unit ºC ºC, ºF
settings
Temp. Compensation Automatic Manual, Automatic 13.1.4
compensa-
Manual Manual temp. 25.0 ºC -20 to 140 ºC
tion
(77.0 ºF) (-4.0 to 284.0 ºF)
Reference temp. 25.0 ºC 0.0 to 100.0 ºC
(77.0 ºF) (32.0 to 212.0 ºF)
Method: Temp.comp.1 NaCl None, TC, NaCl,
(Temp.comp.2) (None) Matrix
TC T.C.method1(2) 2.10 %/ºC 0.00 to -10.0 %/ºC
(1.17 %/ºF) (0.00 to 5.56 %/ºF)
Matrix Select matrix Sulfuric acid Sulfuric acid 1..5%,
1..5% Sulfuric acid 0..27%,
Sulfuric acid
39..85%, Sulfuric
acid 93..100%, HCl
1..5%, HCl 0..18%,
HCl 24..44%, HNO3
1..5%, HNO3 0..25%,
HNO3 35..80%,
NaOH 1..5%, NaOH
0..15%, NaOH
25..50%, User defined
1, User defined 2
Define matrix: — —

Calibration Limits: Air adjust 100.0 µS 0.000 to 100.0 µS 13.1.5


settings
c.c. high 120.0 % 100.0 to 120.0 %
low 80.00 % 80.00 to 100.0 %
Timing: Step Range 1% 0.1 to 20.0 %
Stabilization time 5s 2 to 30 s
Calib.interval 250 days 1 to 250 days
ISC
Concentra- Additional table Disabled Disabled, Enabled 13.1.6
tion
Unit for table % %, ppt, ppm, ppb
Sensor Process time: Disable Disable, Enable 13.1.7
diag.
BAD limit 2000 days 1 to 10000 days
settings
Heat cycle: Disable Disable, Enable
BAD limit 500 cycles 10 to 1000 cycles
Define heat Heat cycle tempe 50 ºC 1 to 250 ºC
cycle
Hear cycle time: 10.0 min. 0.1 to 60.0 min.

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Default User *Ref.


Parameter Applicable values
values settings sect.
Output mA Output Output, Simulate 13.2
setup
Output Process parameter Conduct1- Conduct1-TC1,
TC1, Temperature1,
(Concent1- Conduct1-TC2,
TC1) Concent1-TC1,
Concent1-TC2
Setup Linear Linear, Table
Linear 0 % value 0.000 µS/cm, 0.000 to 5.000 S/cm,
Conductivity mS/m 0.000 to500.0 S/m
Temperature 0.0 ºC -20 to 140 ºC
Concentration 0.000 %, 0.000 to 999.9 %,
ppm, ppb, 0.000 to 9999 ppm,
0 ppt ppb, 0 to 9999 ppt
100 % value 1.000 S/cm, 0 to 5.000 S/cm, 0 to
Conductivity 100.0 S/m 500.0 S/m
Temperature 100 ºC -20 to 140 ºC
Concentration 100.0 %, 0.000 to 999.9 %,
9999 ppm, 0.000 to 9999 ppm,
ppb, ppt ppb, 0 to 9999 ppt
Table — —

Burn Off Off, Low, High


Damping time 0.0 s 0.0 to 3600 s
Simulate Simulation perc. 50.00 % -2.5 to 112.5 %
Configure Last or fixed Last Last, Fixed
Hold
Fixed value mA 12.00 mA 3.60 to 22.00 mA
Hold during Calibration Enabled Disabled, Enabled
Error Conductivity too high (or Concentration) Warn Off, Warn, Fail 13.3
configura-
High limit 1.000 S 0.00 nS to 500.0 S
tion
Conductivity too low (or Concentration) Warn Off, Warn, Fail
Low limit 5.000 µS 0.000 nS to 500.0 S
Temperature too high Warn Off, Warn, Fail
Temperature too low Warn Off, Warn, Fail
Calibr.time exceeded Off Off, Warn, Fail
Configura- 1st comp. matrix Fail Off, Warn, Fail
tion error:
2nd comp. matrix Fail Off, Warn, Fail
Concentration table Fail Off, Warn, Fail
Logbook Settings Sensor: Error on 1-1 Off, 1-1, 1-2 13.4
configura- logbook
Error off 1-1 Off, 1-1, 1-2
tion
Temp.coeff. Off Off, 1-1, 1-2
Air adjust limit Off Off, 1-1, 1-2
Adj c.c.low limit Off Off, 1-1, 1-2
Adj c.c.high limit Off Off, 1-1, 1-2
Reference temp. Off Off, 1-1, 1-2
Stabilization time Off Off, 1-1, 1-2
mA: mA setup Off Off, 1-1, 1-2
Hold fixed Value Off Off, 1-1, 1-2
Burn Off Off, 1-1, 1-2
Linear output % Off Off, 1-1, 1-2
Damping time Off Off, 1-1, 1-2
Erase logbook: 1-1 1-1, 1-2
Erase? No No, Yes
Warn if logbook “full”: No No, Yes

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Default User *Ref.


Parameter Applicable values
values settings sect.
Advanced Settings No action No action, Load 13.5.1
setup factory settings, Save
user settings, Load
user settings
Tag FLXA21-ISC (Max. 12 characters) 13.5.2
Passwords Execute: (blank) (Max. 8 characters) 13.5.3
Commissioning: (blank) (Max. 8 characters)
Date/Time Format YYYY/MM/ YYYY/MM/DD, 13.5.4
DD MM/DD/YYYY,
DD/MM/YYYY
Date — — —
Time — — —
Communication HART None, HART, PH201G 13.5.5
HART Network address 0 0 to 15
PV (Conduct1- — —
TC1),
(Concent1-
TC1)
SV Temperature1 Conduct1-TC1,
Temperature1,
TV Empty,
Concent1-TC1,
(Concent1-
Conduct1-TC2, Empty
TC1)
FV Empty
PH201G Hold contact: Enabled Disabled, Enabled
Fail contact: Fail+Warn Fail+Warn, Fail only,
Disabled
Factory setup — — — 13.5.6

ISC

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<Appendix 3 User setting table of ISC> App.3-4

Default User *Ref.


Parameter Applicable values
values settings sect.
Display Main Conductivity unit Auto Auto, S/cm, mS/cm, 13.6.1
setup display µS/cm
1st line Conduct1- Conduct1-TC1,
TC1 Temperature1,
(Concent1- Concent1-TC1,
TC1) Conduct1-TC2
2nd line Temperature1 Conduct1-TC1,
Temperature1,
3rd line Empty,
Conduct1-TC2,
(Concent1-
Concent1-TC1, Empty
TC1)
Additional text (blank) (Max. 12 characters)
Trend Trend 1st Trend Conduct1- Conduct1-TC1, 13.6.2
Graph TC1 Temperature1,
Screen: (Concent1- Concent1-TC1,
TC1) Conduct1-TC2, Empty
2nd Trend Temperature1
3rd Trend Empty,
(Concent1-
TC1)
X-axis: TIme Span (X)= 1 hour 15 min., 30 min., 1
Timing hour, 2 hours, 4 hours,
8 hours, 24 hours, 7
days, 14 days
Y-axis: Conduct1- low 0.000 µS/cm, 0 to 5.000 S/cm,
Limits TC1(2) mS/m 0 to 500.0 S/m
high 1.000 S/cm,
100.0 S/m
Tempera- low 0.0 ºC -20 to 140 ºC
ture1
high 100.0 ºC
Concent1- low 0.000 %, 0.000 to 999.9 %,
TC1(2) ppm, ppb, 0.000 to 9999 ppm,
0 ppt ppt,
high 100.0 %, 0 to 9999 ppt
9999 ppm,
ppb, ppt
Auto Auto Return 10min Dissable, 10min, 13.6.3
Return 60min
Adjust Contrast: 0 -5 to +5 13.6.4
contrast

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<Appendix 4 User setting table of DO> App.4-1

Appendix 4 User setting table of DO


* Reference section of User’s Manual, IM 12A01A02-01E

Default User *Ref.


Parameter Applicable values
values settings sect.
Sensor Sensor type Galvanic Galvanic, Polaro- 16.1
setup graphic
Measure- Configure Unit mg/L mg/L, ppm, ppb, 16.2.1
ment setup sensor %SAT
Sensor sensitivity Gal: 0.45 Gal: 0.45 µA/ppm(50
µA/ppm(50 µm), 0.90 µA/ppm(25
µm) µm), Others (0.10 to
20.00 µA/ppm)
Pol: 7.5 Pol: 1.0 to 200.0
nA/ppm nA/ppm
Polarization Voltage 0.675 V 0.000 to 1.000 V
Tem- Temp. element Pt1000 Pt1000, NTC22k 16.2.2
perature
Unit ºC ºC, ºF
settings
Temp. Compensation Automatic Manual, Automatic 16.2.3
compensa-
Manual Manual temp. 25.0 ºC -20 to 150 ºC
tion
(77.0 ºF)
Salinity Compensation Disabled Disabled, Enabled 16.2.4
compensa-
Input Salinity 0.0 g/kg 0.0 to 100.0 g/kg
tion
Pressure Input Pressure Level (Process) 101.3 kPa 0.0 to 999.9 kPa 16.2.5
comp.
(Measure)
Calibration Limits and Zero Low Gal: -0.50 µA Gal: -20.00 to 0 µA 16.2.6
settings timing Pol: -5.0 nA Pol: -200.0 to 0 nA
High Gal: 0.50 µA Gal 0 to 20.00 µA
Pol: 5.0 nA Pol: 0 to 200.0 nA
Slope Low 40.00 % 0.1 to 99.9 %
High 200.0 % 100.0 to 600.0 %
Stabilization time 60 s 5 to 600 s
Step Zero 0.10mg/L, ppm ppm, mg/L:
Range 1.0 ppb, %SAT 0.00 to 50.00
ppb: 0 to 2000
Span 0.10mg/L, ppm
%SAT: 0.0 to 600.0
1.0 ppb, %SAT
Cal.Interval 250 days 1 to 250 days
zero/slope Zero Current Gal: 0.00 µA Gal: -20.00 to 20.00 µA
Pol: 0.0 nA Pol: -200.0 to 200.0 nA
Slope 100.0 % 0.1 to 600.0 %
Pressure Input Pressure Level (Cal.) 101.3 kPa 0.0 to 999.9 kPa
Comp. (Cal.)
Zero Calibration Disabled Disabled, Enabled
Sensor Progress time: Disable Disable, Enable 16.2.7
diag.
BAD limit 2000 days 1 to 10000 days
settings
Heat cycle: Disable Disable, Enable
BAD limit 500 cycles 10 to 1000 cycles
DO
Define heat Heat cycle tempe 50 ºC 1 to 250 ºC
cycle
Hear cycle time: 10.0 min. 0.1 to 60.0 min.

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Default User *Ref.


Parameter Applicable values
values settings sect.
Output mA Output Output, Simulate 16.3
setup
Output Process parameter Oxygen1 Oxygen1, Tem-
perature1, Oxygen2,
Temperature2,
Calculated, Redun-
dant
Setup Linear Linear, Table
Linear 0 % value: 0.00 mg/L, mg/L, ppm:
Oxygen ppm, 0.00 to 50.00
0.0 ppb, %SAT ppb: 0.0 to 9999
Temperature 0.0 ºC %SAT: 0.0 to 600.0
ºC: -20.0 to 150.0
100 % value: 20.00 mg/L,
Oxygen ppm
100.0 ppb,
%SAT
Temperature 50.0 ºC
Table — —
Burn Off Off, Low, High
Damping time 0.0 s 0.0 to 3600 s
Simulate Simulation perc. 50.00 % -2.5 to 112.5 %
Configure Last or fixed Last Last, Fixed
Hold
Fixed value mA 12.00 mA 3.60 to 22.00 mA
Hold during Calibration(/Wash) Enabled Disabled, Enabled
Error DO too high Warn Off, Warn, Fail 16.4
configura-
DO too low Warn Off, Warn, Fail
tion
Temperature too high Warn Off, Warn, Fail
Temperature too low Warn Off, Warn, Fail
Sensor membarane Off Off, Warn, Fail
Calib. time exceeded Off Off, Warn, Fail
Logbook Settings Sensor: Error on 1-1 (2-1) Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2) 16.5
configura- logbook
Error off 1-1 (2-1) Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
tion
Zero low limit Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Zero high limit Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Slope low limit Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Slope high limit Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Stabilization time Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Pressure(meas.) Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Salinity comp. Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Wash setup Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
mA: mA setup Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Hold fixed Value Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Burn Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Linear output % Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Damping time Off Off, 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Erase logbook: 1-1 (2-1) 1-1 (2-1), 1-2 (2-2)
Erase? No No, Yes
Warn if logbook “full”: No No, Yes

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Default User *Ref.


Parameter Applicable values
values settings sect.
Advanced Settings No action No action, Load 16.6.1
setup factory settings, Save
user settings, Load
user settings
Tag FLXA21-DO (Max. 12 characters) 16.6.2
Passwords Execute: (blank) (Max. 8 characters) 16.6.3
Commissioning: (blank) (Max. 8 characters)
Date/Time Format YYYY/MM/ YYYY/MM/DD, 16.6.4
DD MM/DD/YYYY,
DD/MM/YYYY
Date — — —
Time — — —
Communication HART None, HART, PH201G 16.6.5
HART Network address 0 0 to 15
PV (Oxygen1) — —
SV Temperature1 Oxygen1 (2),
Temperature1 (2),
TV Empty,
Calculated, Redun-
(Oxygen2)
dant, Empty
FV Empty,
(Tempera-
ture2)
PH201G Hold contact: Enabled Disabled, Enabled
Fail contact: Fail+Warn Fail+Warn, Fail only,
Disabled
Wash contact: Enabled Disabled, Enabled
Interval time 0.6 h. 0.1 to 36.0 h.
Wash (Meas- 0.5 min. 0.1 to 10.0 min.
ure) time
Recovery time 0.5 min. 0.1 to 10.0 min.
Manual Wash Enabled Disabled, Enabled
Continuous Disabled Disabled, Enabled
Wash
Factory setup — — — 16.6.6

DO

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<Appendix 4 User setting table of DO> App.4-4

Default User *Ref.


Parameter Applicable values
values settings sect.
Display Dual 1st row DO1 DO1, DO2, Calcu- 16.7.1
setup display lated. Redundant
2nd row DO2 DO1, DO2, Calcu-
lated. Redundant,
Empty
Individual DO1 (2) 1st line Oxygen1 (2) Oxygen1 (2),
display Temperature1 (2)
2nd line Temperature1 (2) Oxygen1 (2),
Main
Temperature1 (2),
display 3rd line Empty
Empty
Additional text (blank) (Max. 12 characters)
Trend Trend 1st Trend Oxygen1 (2) Oxygen1 (2), 16.7.2
Graph Temperature1 (2),
2nd Trend Temperature1 (2)
Screen: (Calculated, Redun-
3rd Trend Empty dant), Empty
X-axis: Time Span (X)= 1 hour 15 min., 30 min., 1 hour,
Timing 2 hours, 4 hours, 8 hours,
24 hours, 7 days, 14 days
Y-axis: Oxygen low 0.00 mg/L, ppm mg/L, ppm:
Limits 0.0 ppb, %SAT 0.00 to 50.00
ppb: 0.0 to 9999
high 20.00 mg/L, ppm
%SAT: 0.0 to 600.0
100.0 ppb, %SAT
Tempera- low 0.0 ºC -20.0 to 150.0 ºC
ture
high 50.0 ºC
Auto Auto Return 10min Dissable, 10min, 16.7.3
Return 60min
Adjust Contrast: 0 -5 to +5 16.7.4
contrast
Calculated Function Differential Differential, Average 16.8
data setup

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Revision Record
 Manual Title : Model FLXA21 Two-wire Analyzer Start-up Manual
 Manual No. : IM 12A01A02-12E

May 2010/1st Edition


Newly published

Aug. 2010/2nd Edition


Followings are mainly revised;
Addition of grounding terminal position on stainless housing with specific mountings
Addition of plate position on stainless housing with specific coatings
Addition of explanation of sleeve for grounding wire for plastic housing
Correction of torques
Addition of Note, Warning etc.
Addition of detail descriptions for wire terminals
Addition of drawings of housing with hood
Addition of example displays for calculated data and redundant system
Addition of explanation of passwords
Correction of errors on the User setting tables

Feb. 2012/3rd Edition


Addition of descriptions and drawings for intrinsically safe type
Change of descriptions of messages on displays
Change of figures of housing due to change of position of external grounding for stainless steel
housing
Change of figures of wiring covers
Change of description of message language due to addition of message languages
And, other corrections

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