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Model FLXA21 2-Wire Analyzer

User’s Manual Model FLXA21 2-Wire Analyzer IM 12A01A02-01E IM 12A01A02-01E 3rd Edition
User’s Manual Model FLXA21 2-Wire Analyzer IM 12A01A02-01E IM 12A01A02-01E 3rd Edition

IM 12A01A02-01E

User’s Manual Model FLXA21 2-Wire Analyzer IM 12A01A02-01E IM 12A01A02-01E 3rd Edition

IM 12A01A02-01E

3rd Edition

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Introduction

Thank you for purchasing the FLXA21 2-Wire Analyzer.

Please read the following respective documents before installing and using the FLXA21.

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Composition of this User’s Manual

The model FLXA21 two-wire analyzer offers 4 kinds of measurements – pH/ORP (oxidation- reduction potential), contacting conductivity (SC), inductive conductivity (ISC) or dissolved oxygen (DO) – with a respective sensor module.

The FLXA21 delivered has one specific kind of measurement depending on your order.

Contenets

pH/ORP

Contacting

Inductive

Dissolved oxygen

conductivity (SC)

conductivity (ISC)

(DO)

Introduction and

 

Section 1

 

general description

 

General specifications

 

Section 2

 

Wiring and installation

 

Section 3

 

Operation

Section 4

Section 7

Section 10

Section 13

Commissioning

Section 5

Section 8

Section 11

Section 14

Calibration

Section 6

Section 9

Section 12

Section 15

Maintenance

 

Section 16

 

Troubleshooting

 

Section 17

 

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u Safety Precautions

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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

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

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

CAUTION

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

Note!

Note!

This symbol indicates information that complements the present topic.

indicates information that complements the present topic. This symbol indicates Protective Ground Terminal This symbol

This symbol indicates Protective Ground Terminal

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

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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

iii n FLXA21 DANGER Installation and wiring The FLXA21 should only be used with equipment that

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.

DANGERaccepts no responsibility for the misuse of this unit. Don’t install “general purpose type” instruments in

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

purpose type” instruments in the hazardous area. CAUTION The Instrument is packed carefully with shock

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.

such as if the instrument is dropped. Handle with care. CAUTION This instrument is a Class

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.

use this instrument in the industrial environment only. CAUTION The HART communication may be influenced by

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.

operation with FLXA21 touch screen can be carried out. WARNING • Do not use an abrasive

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.

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WARNINGiv Electrostatic discharge The FLXA21 contains devices that can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. When servicing

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.

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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:

Notice: The symbol means they shall be sorted out and collected as ordained in ANNEX II

The symbol means they shall be sorted out and collected as ordained in ANNEX II in DIRECTIVE 2006/66/EC.

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For Explosion proof (Intrinsically safe type)

WARNINGl For Explosion proof (Intrinsically safe type) Electrostatic charge may cause an explosion hazard. Avoid

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.

ignition sources due to friction sparks are excluded. Figure 1Warning label IM 12A01A02-01E 3rd Edition :
ignition sources due to friction sparks are excluded. Figure 1Warning label IM 12A01A02-01E 3rd Edition :
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Figure 1Warning label

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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. 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.

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n Copyright and Trademark Notices

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Model FLXA21 2-Wire Analyzer

IM 12A01A02-01E 3rd Edition

CONTENTS

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Introduction

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Safety Precautions

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1.

INTRODUCTION AND GENERAL DESCRIPTION

1-1

1.1 Instrument check

1-2

1.2 Application

1-3

1.3 Screen operation

1-4

1.4 Passwords

1-8

2.

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

2-1

2.1 Common Specifications

2-1

2.2 Specifications of pH/Oxidation-reduction Potential (pH/ORP)

2-7

2.3 Specifications of Conductivity (SC)

2-8

2.4 Specifications of Inductive Conductivity (ISC)

2-9

2.5 Specifications of Dissolved Oxygen (DO)

2-10

2.6 Model & Suffix Code

2-11

3.

WIRING AND INSTALLATION

3-1

3.1 Installation site

3-2

3.2 Installing the cable glands

3-2

3.3 Wiring the power supply

3-4

3.3.1 Grounding

3-5

3.3.2 Connection of the power supply

3-5

3.3.3 Wiring cover

3-6

3.4 Sensor wiring

3-6

3.4.1

pH/ORP sensor wiring

3-8

3.4.2

Wiring the conductivity (SC) sensor

3-14

3.4.3

Wiring the inductive conductivity (ISC) sensor

3-15

3.4.4

Connecting the dissolved oxygen (DO) sensor

3-16

3.5 Mounting methods

3-17

3.5.1

Plastic housing

3-17

3.5.2

Stainless steel housing

3-19

3.6 Operation

3-22

4.

OPERATION OF pH/ORP

4-1

4.1 Change language

4-1

4.2 Quick setup

4-1

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4.3 Main or Home display

4-3

4.4 Trend graphics

4-4

4.5 Zooming in on details

4-6

4.6 Instrument status screen

4-10

4.7 Calibration and Commissioning

4-11

5. COMMISSIONING OF pH/ORP

5-1

5.1

Sensor setup

5-8

5.2

Measurement setup

5-9

5.2.1 Measurement

5-9

5.2.2 Temperature settings

5-10

5.2.3 Temperature compensation

5-11

5.2.4 Calibration settings

5-13

5.2.5 Impedance settings

5-18

5.2.6 Concentration

5-19

5.2.7 Sensor diagnostic settings

5-20

5.3

Output setup

5-21

5.4

Error configuration

5-24

5.5

Logbook configuration

5-26

5.6

Advanced setup

5-27

5.6.1

Settings

5-27

5.6.2

Tag 5-28

5.6.3

Passwords

5-28

5.6.4

Date/Time

5-29

5.6.5

Communication

5-29

5.6.6

Factory setup

5-32

5.7

Display setup

5-32

5.7.1

Main display (Dual display, Individual display) 5-33

5.7.2

Trend

5-34

5.7.3

Auto Return

5-35

5.7.4

Adjust contrast

5-35

5.8

Calculated data setup

5-36

6. CALIBRATION OF pH/ORP

6-1

6.1 pH calibration

6-1

6.1.1 Manual calibration mode

6-2

6.1.2 Automatic calibration

6-4

6.1.3 Sample calibration

6-6

6.2 Temperature calibration

6-7

6.3 ORP calibration (rH calibration)

6-8

6.4 HOLD

6-9

6.5 Temporary output

6-10

7. OPERATION OF SC (Conductivity)

7.1 Change language

7-1

7-1

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7.2 Quick setup

7-1

7.3 Main or Home display

7-3

7.4 Trend graphics

7-4

7.5 Zooming in on details

7-6

7.6 Instrument status screen

7-9

7.7 Calibration and Commissioning

7-10

8. COMMISSIONING OF SC (Conductivity)

8-1

8.1

Measurement setup

8-5

8.1.1

Measurement

8-6

8.1.2

Configure sensor 8-6

8.1.3

Temperature settings

8-7

8.1.4

Temperature compensation

8-8

8.1.5

Calibration settings

8-10

8.1.6

Concentration

8-11

8.1.7

Sensor diagnostic settings

8-12

8.2

Output setup

8-13

8.3

Error configuration

8-17

8.4

Logbook configuration

8-18

8.5

Advanced setup

8-19

8.5.1

Settings

8-19

8.5.2

Tag 8-20

8.5.3

Passwords

8-20

8.5.4

Date/Time

8-21

8.5.5

Communication

8-21

8.5.6

Factory setup

8-22

8.6

Display setup

8-23

8.6.1

Main display (Dual display, Individual display) 8-23

8.6.2

Trend

8-25

8.6.3

Auto Return

8-26

8.6.4

Adjust contrast

8-26

8.7

Calculated data setup

8-27

9. CALIBRATION OF SC (Conductivity)

9-1

9.1

Cell constant (manual)

9-2

9.2

Cell constant (automatic)

9-3

9.3

Air calibration

9-4

9.4

Sample

9-5

9.5

Temperature coefficient

9-6

9.6

Temperature calibration

9-7

9.7

HOLD

9-8

9.8

Temporary output

9-9

10. OPERATION OF ISC (Induvtive Conductivity)

10.1 Change language

10-1

10-1

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10.2 Quick setup

10-1

10.3 Main display

10-3

10.4 Trend graphics

10-4

10.5 Zooming in on details

10-5

10.6 Instrument status screen

10-9

10.7 Calibration and Commissioning

10-10

11. COMMISSIONING OF ISC (Inductive Conductivity)

11-1

11.1

Measurement setup

11-5

11.1.1

Measurement

11-5

11.1.2

Configure sensor

11-6

11.1.3

Temperature settings

11-7

11.1.4

Temperature compensation

11-8

11.1.5

Calibration settings

11-9

11.1.6

Concentration

11-11

11.1.7

Sensor diagnostic settings

11-12

11.2

Output setup

11-13

11.3

Error configuration

11-16

11.4

Logbook configuration

11-17

11.5

Advanced setup

11-18

11.5.1

Settings

11-18

11.5.2

Tag

11-19

11.5.3

Passwords

11-19

11.5.4

Date/Time

11-20

11.5.5

Communication

11-20

11.5.6

Factory setup

11-21

11.6

Display setup

11-22

11.6.1 Main display

11-22

11.6.2 Trend

11-23

11.6.3 Auto Return

11-24

11.6.4 Adjust contrast

11-24

12. CALIBRATION OF ISC (Inductive Conductivity)

12-1

12.1

Cell constant (manual)

12-3

12.2

Cell constant (automatic)

12-4

12.3

Air calibration

12-5

12.4

Sample

12-7

12.5

Temperature coefficient

12-8

12.6

Temperature calibration

12-9

12.7

HOLD

12-10

13. OPERATION OF DO (Dissolved Oxygen)

13-1

13.1 Change language

13-1

13.2 Quick setup

13-1

13.3 Main or Home display

13-3

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13.4 Trend graphics

13-4

13.5 Zooming in on details

13-6

13.6 Instrument status screen

13-9

13.7 Calibration and Commissioning

13-10

14. COMMISSIONING OF DO (Dissolved Oxygen)

14-1

14.1

Sensor setup

14-6

14.2

Measurement setup

14-6

14.2.1 Sensor setup

14-7

14.2.2 Temperature settings

14-7

14.2.3 Temperature compensation

14-8

14.2.4 Salinity compensation

14-8

14.2.5 Pressure comp. (Measure)

14-9

14.2.6 Calibration settings

14-10

14.2.7 Sensor diag. settings

14-11

14.3

Output setup

14-12

14.4

Error configuration

14-15

14.5

Logbook configuration

14-16

14.6

Advanced setup

14-17

14.6.1

Settings

14-17

14.6.2

Tag 14-19

14.6.3

Passwords

14-19

14.6.4

Date/Time

14-19

14.6.5

Communication

14-20

14.6.6

Factory setup

14-22

14.7

Display setup

14-22

14.7.1

Main display (Dual display, Individual display) 14-22

14.7.2

Trend

14-24

14.7.3

Auto Return

14-25

14.7.4

Adjust contrast

14-25

14.8

Calculated data setup

14-26

15. CALIBRATION OF DO (Dissolved Oxygen)

15-1

15.1 Air calibration

15-2

15.2 Water calibration

15-3

15.3 Manual slope calibration

15-4

15.4 Temperature calibration

15-7

15.5 HOLD

15-8

15.6 Temporary output

15-9

16. MAINTENANCE

 

16-1

17. TROUBLESHOOTING

17-1

Appendix 1

For

pH/ORP

App.1-1

Appendix 2

For SC (Conductivity)

App.2-1

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Appendix 3

For ISC (Inductive Conductivity)

App.3-1

Appendix 4

HART Communication

App.4-1

Customer Maintenance Parts List

CMPL

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Revision Record

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1. INTRODUCTION AND GENERAL DESCRIPTION

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The model FLXA21 2-wire analyzer, one model of FLEXA® series, offers single or dual sensor measurement. The modular-designed analyzer offers 4 kinds of measurements – pH/ORP (oxidation-reduction potential), contacting conductivity (SC), inductive conductivity (ISC) or dissolved oxygen (DO) – with the respective sensor module. For dual sensor measurement, the combination of two same type sensor inputs – pH/ORP and pH/ORP, SC and SC, and DO and DO – are available with two sensor modules. Dual sensor measurement offers additional functionalities; calculated data function and redundant system. Variety of calculated data from two measuring parameters is selectable for each measurement. On the redundant system built on two measuring parameters of two sensor inputs, main output parameter is automatically switched over to the second sensor output in case of the main sensor’s failure condition.

In the FLXA21 Human Machine Interface (HMI), 2-wire type analyzer FLXA21 offers easy touch screen operation and simple menu structure in 7 languages. Menus of display, execution and setting are displayed in a selected language. The analyzer FLXA21 automatically recognizes the installed sensor module and prepares the necessary menus for right configuration, even for dual sensor measurement. For immediate measurement, the FLXA21 offers quick setup functionality. The quick setup screen appears when the analyzer is powered. Only a few setups – date/time, language, basic sensor configurations and output – will start the measurement.

The FLXA21 offers the best accuracy in measurement with temperature compensation functionality and calibration functionality. Sensor diagnostics and sensor wellness indication make measurement reliable. Logbook of events and diagnostic data is a useful information source for maintenance.

For the wide range of industrial environment, the FLXA21 is designed with the enclosure of plastic, stainless steel or stainless steel with corrosionresistant coating.

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ISC

DO

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1.1 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
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 Note!
Figure 1.1
Note!

Inside of the FLXA21 and example of nameplate

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

CAUTIONcorrect power to the unit, as detailed on the nameplate. When you open the front panel,

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.

be tightened, the waterproof performance will deteriorate. CAUTION Be careful not to lose the four front

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.

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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

 

1.2

Application

The FLXA21 is intended to be used for continuous on-line measurement of pH and/or Redox in industrial installations. The unit combines simple operation and microprocessor-based performance with advanced self-diagnostics and enhanced communications capability to meet the most advanced requirements. The measurement can be used as part of an automated process control system. It can also be used to indicate operating limits of a process, to monitor product quality, or to function as a controller for a dosing/neutralisation system. The FLXA21 is delivered with a general purpose default setting for programmable items (see Chapter 5). While this initial configuration allows easy start-up, the configuration should be adjusted to suit each particular application. An example of an adjustable item is the type of temperature sensor used. The FLXA21 can be adjusted for a number of different types of temperature sensors. Details provided in this instruction manual are sufficient to operate the FLXA21 with all Yokogawa sensor systems and a wide range of third-party commercially available probes. For best results, read this manual in conjunction with the corresponding sensor instruction manual. Yokogawa designed the FLXA21 to withstand industrial environments. It meets all the CE regulatory standards. The unit meets or exceeds stringent requirements (see section 2) without compromise, to assure the user of continued accurate performance in even the most demanding industrial installations.

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1.3 Screen operation

WARNINGAND GENERAL DESCRIPTION> 1 - 4 1.3 Screen operation Press the touch screen only with your

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.

the respective display or executes the respective function. → → Returns to the main display (or

respective display or executes the respective function. → → Returns to the main display (or home

display or executes the respective function. → → Returns to the main display (or home display).

Returns to the main display (or home display).display or executes the respective function. → → Returns to the previous display. Moves the cursor

Returns to the previous display.→ → Returns to the main display (or home display). Moves the cursor for selecting the

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 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.very bottom, the cursor jumps back to the item at the top. Note! When no operation

Note!input; for example, the selected menu item or setting value. When no operation is performed for

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.

n Main display

F E G Tag:FLXA21–PH 10.38 A D pH TEXT_PH1 B 25.0 °C TEXT_TEMP1 WASH C
F
E
G
Tag:FLXA21–PH
10.38
A
D
pH
TEXT_PH1
B
25.0
°C
TEXT_TEMP1
WASH
C
19
mV
TEXT_ORP1
HOLD
4mA
PH1
20mA
J
K
H
M
N

Figure 1.2

Example of main display

Go to Home (Fig. 1.4)

Go to Zoom (Fig. 1.7)

Go to Infomation (Fig. 1.8)

Go to Execute & Setup (Fig. 1.9)

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. A: Measurement value: Primary value (large characters/user selectable)

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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, 8.2, 11.2, and 14.3), 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. At the bar, a parameter symbol is indicated.

at the bottom. At the bar, a parameter symbol is indicated. Note! 1 Measurement values on

Note!at the bottom. At the bar, a parameter symbol is indicated. 1 Measurement values on the

1

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

C
C

Calculated data

       
C Calculated data        
 

0.03

Calculated data           0.03 Differential   pH Sensor   1 Sensor 4mA

Differential

 

pH

Sensor

 

1

Sensor

4mA

Diff-pH

20mA

2

R ( 1 ) Redundant sys.

R ( 1 ) Redundant sys.

       
R ( 1 ) Redundant sys.        
 
 

10.38

  10.38
 

pH

Sensor

 

1

Sensor

4mA

PH1

20mA

2

Figure 1.3

Example of calculated date and redundant system

n Home display (when two sensors are connected)

F Tag:FLXA21–PH pH D B E 25.0 °C 10.38 A C 19 mV G H
F
Tag:FLXA21–PH
pH
D
B
E
25.0
°C
10.38
A
C
19 mV
G
H
Tag:FLXA21–PH
pH
K
24.9
°C
24
mV
6.35
4mA
PH1
20mA
J
Figure 1.4
Example of home display

Home display

PH

SC

ISC

DO

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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Calculated data  pH

 

pH

0.03

     

Tag:FLXA21–PH  pH

 

pH

24.9

°C

6.35

24

mV

   

4mA

 

Diff-pH

20mA

R ( 1 )
R
( 1 )

Redundant system

 

pH

 

10.38

   
Tag:FLXA21–PH

Tag:FLXA21–PH

 

pH

25.0

°C

10.38

19

mV

 

4mA

PH1

20mA

Figure 1.5

Example of home display of calculated data and redundant system

n Trend display C D F Tag: FLXA21-PH pH1 12.00 9.10pH Maximum value on this
n
Trend display
C
D F
Tag: FLXA21-PH
pH1
12.00
9.10pH
Maximum value on this display
Current process value
8.40
5.60
Minimum value on this display
2.50
B
12:00
12:20
12:40
E
Maximum
Time
A
G
Average
Minimum
Figure 1.6
Example of trend display
Measurement value

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

in blinking only during Warn/Fail status) n Zoom display mA 20 12   4   15.00

mA

mA

20

12

12
mA 20 12   4   15.00   Next
 

4

 

15.00

15.00
 
  Next

Next

HOLD

HOLD
HOLD

FAIL

FAIL
FAIL

WASH

WASH
WASH
Next

Next

Next

Figure 1.7

Example zoom display

Appears when the Zoom button on the main display is pressed.

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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 instrument.

n

Information button

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

 

Fail Indicates a malfunction. Pressing this key displays the detected malfunction code, and pressing the malfunction code displays troubleshooting guidelines for resolving the malfunction. 

l Example of

l Example of (Fail)

(Fail)

 
 
       
 
       
 
       
       
 

Fail:

Measured process

 
Temperature too high     temperature exceeds  

Temperature too high

   

temperature exceeds

 
     
 
  maximum limit.

maximum limit.

  maximum limit.
 

Remedy

Warn:

   

Check process temperature. Check programmed sensor type. Check connections and cable.

 

No warn.

No warn.
No warn.
 
 
 

Figure 1.8

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

n Execute & Setup
 

Allows you to calibrate and configure the instrument. These operations can be protected with a password.

Execute & Setup

Execute & Setup

Execute & Setup

Execute:

CalibrationExecute:

 

HoldExecute & Setup Execute: Calibration   Temporary output Setup: Commissioning   Change language Start

Hold

Temporary outputExecute & Setup Execute: Calibration   Hold Setup: Commissioning   Change language Start Quick Setup

Setup:

Setup:

Commissioning 

 

Change languageExecute & Setup Execute: Calibration   Hold Temporary output Setup: Commissioning   Start Quick Setup

Change language

Start Quick SetupExecute & Setup Execute: Calibration   Hold Temporary output Setup: Commissioning   Change language

Figure 1.9

Example of Execute & Setup display

1

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1.4

Passwords

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

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

Figure 1.10

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.

Refer to the section 5.6.3, 8.5.3, 11.5.3 or 14.6.3 for details of setting passwords.

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2. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

2.1 Common Specifications

1. Basic

■ Measurement Object

• pH/Oxidation-reduction Potential (pH/ORP)

• Conductivity (SC)

• Inductive Conductivity (ISC)

• Dissolved Oxygen (DO)

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Note: The available measurement object depends on a sensor module installed on the analyzer.

■ Analyzer Structure

Module structure

● Composition of Analyzer

One (1) Housing assembly One (1) or two (2) Sensor modules

● Combination of Sensor Module when two modules are installed

Combinations of two same sensor modules are available; pH/ORP and pH/ORP SC and SC DO and DO

2. Electrical

■ Output Signal

General: One output of 4-20 mA DC

Note: Tolerance: ±0.02 mA

Bi-directional HART digital communication, superimposed on mA (4-20mA) signal Output function:

Linear or Non-linear (21-step table) Burn out function: (NAMUR 43) Without HART/PH201G:

Down: 3.6 mA (signal: 3.8 to 20.5 mA for pH/ORP, SC and DO) (signal: 3.9 to 20.5 mA for ISC) Up: 22mA With HART/PH201G:

Down: 3.6 mA for pH/ORP, SC and DO Down: 3.9 mA for ISC (signal: 3.8 to 20.5 mA for pH/ORP, SC and DO) (signal: 3.9 to 20.5 mA for ISC) Up: 22mA

■ Power Supply

Nominal 24 V DC loop powered system One (1) Sensor module (1 input):

16 to 40 V DC (for pH/ORP, SC and DO)

17 to 40 V DC (for ISC)

Two (2) Sensor modules (2 inputs):

22.8 to 40 V DC (for pH/ORP, SC and DO)

● Maximum Load Resistance

Refer to the Figure 1.

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2-sensor measurement 1295 V - 11.5 R = 0.022 1000 600 Except ISC Digital Communication
2-sensor measurement
1295
V - 11.5
R =
0.022
1000
600
Except ISC
Digital Communication
Range (HART)
304
250
0
1617
18
22.8
24.7
40
Load resistance (Ω)

18.2 Voltage (V)

Figure 1 Supply Voltage and Load Resistance

■ Display

LCD with a touch screen:

Black/White: 213 x 160 pixels Contrast adjustment available on the touch screen Message language:

12 (English, Chinese, Czech, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish) One analyzer has all 12 languages.

Note: Description for a selection of language and language names are written in English. Note: Only English alphabet and numeric are available for a tag number, an additional description for each value on the display screen and passwords. Note: Only for message language on the screen, 12 languages are provided.

3. Mechanical and others

■ Housing

Case: • Plastic (Polycarbonate)

• Stainless steel without painting

• Stainless steel with epoxy coating

• Stainless steel with urethane coating

Case color and finish:

Color: Silver gray (equivalent to Munsell 3.2PB7.4/1.2) (for plastic case, stainless steel cases with coating)

Finish:

Electropolishing (for stainless steel case without painting)

Window: Polycarbonate (flexible) Window frame for stainless steel cases:

For stainless steel case without painting:

For stainless steel cases with coating:

Polycarbonate with painting, color: silver Polycarbonate, color:

silver gray (equivalent to Munsell 3.2PB7.4/1.2) Protection: IP66 (except Canada), NEMA 4X (except Canada), Type 3S/4X (Canada)

■ Plate

Main name plate:

Regulation plate:

inside case cover on the case outside

■ Cable and Terminal

Cable size:

Outer diameter:

6 to 12 mm (suitable for M20 cable gland) 3.4 to 7 mm (grounding cable for plastic case)

M4

Terminal screw size:

torque of screw up: 1.2 N•m Wire terminal:

Pin terminal, ring terminal and shade terminal can be used for analyzer's power supply terminals and sensor terminals. 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

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■ Cable Entry

Plastic case:

1-Sensor measurement:

3 holes,

M20 cable gland x 3 pcs,

Sleeve x 1 pc (for grounding cable line) Close up plug x 1 pc 2-Sensor measurement:

4 holes,

M20 cable gland x 4 pcs, Sleeve x 1 pc (for grounding cable line) Close up plug x 1 pc Stainless steel case:

7 holes, M20 cable gland x 7 pcs Close up plug x 5 pcs

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Note: Cable gland and plug are delivered with an analyzer, but not assembled into the analyzer.

■ Mounting

Mounting hardware (option):

• Universal mounting kit (Note)

• Pipe and wall mounting hardware

• Panel mounting hardware

Note: This kit contains the pipe and wall mounting hardware and the panel mounting hardware.

Hood (option):

• Stainless steel

• Stainless steel with urethane coating

• Stainless steel with epoxy coating

■ Stainless Steel Tag Plate

When the additional code “/SCT” with a tag number is specified, the tag plate on which the tag number is inscribed is delivered with the analyzer. Tag plate is hanging type.

■ Conduit Adapter

Using optional adapter

• G1/2 (quantity: 4)

• 1/2NPT (quantity: 4)

• M20 x 1.5 (quantity: 4)

These conduit adapters are delivered with an analyzer, but not assembled into the analyzer.

■ Size of Housing Case

Plastic: 144 x 144 x 151 mm (L x W x D) (without cable gland) Stainless steel case: 165 x 165 x 160 mm (L x W x D) (without cable gland)

■ Weight

Approx. 1 kg (Plastic housing) Approx. 2 kg (Stainless steel housing)

■ Shipping Details

Package size:

Approx. 340 x 340 x 370 mm (L x W x H)

■ Ambient Operating Temperature

-20 to +55 ºC

■ Storage Temperature

-30 to +70 ºC

■ Humidity

10 to 95% RH (Non-condensing)

■ Document

Following documents are delivered with an analyzer;

Paper copy: Start-up Manual

CD-ROM: Start-up Manual (pdf) written in 5 languages User's Manual (pdf) written in English Safety Regulation Manual (pdf) for European region

written in English

written in 25 languages

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ISC

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■ 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:

Category based on IEC 61010: I (Note 1) Pollution degree based on IEC 61010: 2 (Note 2)

2000 m or less

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 EN 60079-26:2007 EN 60529:1992

Intrinsic safety “i” Equipment with equipment protection level (EPL) Ga 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 IEC 60079-26: 2006

IEC 60529: 2001

Part 11: Intrinsic safety “i” Part 26: Construction, test and marking of Group II Zone 0 electrical apparatus

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.

Housing assembly

Input parameters

Supply and output circuit (terminals + and -):

Ui, Vmax

= 30 V = 100 mA = 0.75 W

Ii, Imax

Pi, Pmax

Ci

=13 nF

Li

= 0 mH

(Linear source)

Output parameters

Sensor module input circuit (CN2 or CN3 on Back board)

Uo Vt, Voc Io, It, Isc

= 13.65 V = 50 mA

P

= 0.372 W = 80 nF = 7.7mH

Co, Ca

Lo, La

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

 

Input parameters

Ui, Vmax

= 13.92 V = 50 mA = 0.374 W

Ii, Imax

Pi, Pmax

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 Io, It, Isc

= 11.76 V = 116.5 mA

P

= 0.342 W = 100 nF = 1.7mH

Co, Ca

Lo, La

ISC Sensor module

 
 

Input parameters

Ui, Vmax

= 13.92 V = 50 mA = 0.374 W

Ii, Imax

Pi, Pmax

Ci

= 40 nF

Li

= 7.7 mH

Output parameters

Sensor input circuit (terminals 11 through 17)

Uo Vt, Voc Io, It, Isc

= 11.76 V = 60.6 mA

P

= 0.178 W = 100 nF = 8 mH

Co, Ca

Lo, La

Model code as per certification unit

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Housing assembly

 
 

Model code

Enclosure type (Housing)

Display

Explosion proof type

K9698NA

Plastic (Polycarbonate) (-P)

Without display (-N)

Intrinsically safe type

K9698PA

With LCD display (-D)

K9698QA

Stainless steel with urethane coating (-U)

Without display (-N)

K9698RA

With LCD display (-D)

K9698QB

Stainless steel with epoxy coating (-E)

Without display (-N)

K9698RB

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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SC

ISC

DO

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Control Drawing

Hazardous Location ← + Sensor module 1 Supply + Sensor 1 Safety Barrier Housing Assembly
Hazardous Location ←
+
Sensor module 1
Supply +
Sensor 1
Safety Barrier
Housing Assembly
(Note 1)
Supply -
Sensor module 2
Sensor 2
-
(*)

Non Hazardous Location

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.

4. Digital Communication

■ Kind of Digital Communication

• HART or PH201G dedicated distributor

Note: Only one kind of digital communication is available for one analyzer.

■ Output Value Parameter (HART)

Four value parameters are available for one digital communication.

• For 1-sensor measurement, these parameters are measured values.

• For 2-sensor measurement, refer to the next item.

■ Digital Communication of 2-Sensor Measurement (HART)

Even when two sensor modules are installed, only one digital communication is available for 2-sensor measurement. Four value parameters can be selected from the followings; Measured values of two sensors Calculated data of 2-sensor measurement Redundant system output

■ Specific Contact Output with dedicated distributor, model PH201G (Style B)

The distributor, model PH201G, is designed to connect with the 2-Wire Analyzer. This distributor supplies drive power to the analyzer and receives simultaneously 4-20 mA DC signal from the analyzer. This signal is converted to 1-5 V DC signal in the distributor. This distributor also receives digital signals superimposed on the 4-20 mA DC signal, and provides contact outputs Input/Output signal:

Number of available drive/signal point: 1 Output signal: 1-5 V DC (2 points) (Note) Load resistance: 2 kΩ or less (1-5 V DC output)

Isolation system:

Loop isolation type

Note: Two output signals for one analyzer's analog output are provided. Two 1-5 V DC output signals are same.

Contact output:

Contact rating:

250

V AC, maximum 100 VA

220

V DC, maximum 50 VA

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Hold contact output:

NC contact, normally energized Contact closes when power is off or during Hold situation. Fail contact output:

NC contact, normally energized Contact closes when power is off or during Fail/Warning conditions. Wash contact output:

NO contact Contact closes during wash cycles.

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2.2 Specifications of pH/Oxidation-reduction Potential (pH/ORP)

■ Input Specification

Dual high impedance input (≥10 12 Ω)

■ Input Range

pH:

ORP: -1500 to 1500 mV

rH:

Temperature:

Pt1000: -30 to 140 ºC

-2 to 16 pH (with option /K: 0 to 14 pH)

0 to 100 rH

Pt100:

-30 to 140 ºC

6k8:

-30 to 140 ºC

PTC10k: -30 to 140 ºC NTC 8k55: -10 to 120 ºC 3k Balco:-30 to 140 ºC PTC500: -30 to 140 ºC

■ Output Range

pH:

max. span 20 pH ORP: min. span 100 mV max. span 3000 mV

rH:

max. span 100 rH Temperature: min. span 25 ºC max. span 170 ºC

min. span 1 pH

min. span 2 rH

■ Performance (Accuracy)

(The specifications are expressed with simulated inputs.) pH Linearity: ±0.01 pH Repeatability: ±0.01 pH Accuracy: ±0.01 pH ORP Linearity: ±1 mV Repeatability: ±1 mV Accuracy: ±1 mV Temperature with Pt1000, 6k8, PTC10k, NTC 8k55, 3k Balco, PTC500 Repeatability: ±0.1 ºC Accuracy: ±0.3 ºC with Pt100 Linearity: ±0.4 ºC Repeatability: ±0.1 ºC Accuracy: ±0.4 ºC

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2.3 Specifications of Conductivity (SC)

■ Input Specification

Two or four electrodes measurement with square wave excitation, using max. 60 m (200ft) cable (WU40/WF10) and cell constants from 0.005 to 50.0 cm -1

■ Input Range

Conductivity:

min.:

max.: 200 mS x (Cell constant)

0 µS/cm

(over range 2000 mS/cm)

Resistivity:

min.: 0.005 kΩ / (Cell constant) max.: 1000 MΩ x cm Temperature:

Pt1000: -20 to 250 ºC

Pt100:

-20 to 200 ºC

Ni100:

-20 to 200 ºC

NTC 8k55: -10 to 120 ºC Pb36 (JIS NTC 6k): -20 to 120 ºC

■ Output Range

Conductivity:

min. 0.01 µS/cm max. 2000 mS/cm (max. 90% zero suppression) Resistivity:

min. 0.001 kΩ x cm max. 1000 MΩ x cm (max. 90% zero suppression) Temperature:

min. span 25 ºC max. span 270 ºC

■ Performance (Accuracy)

(The specifications are expressed with simulated inputs.) Conductivity

2 µS x K cm -1 to 200 mS x K cm -1 Accuracy: ±0.5% F.S.

1 µS x K cm -1 to 2 µS x K cm -1 Accuracy: ±1% F.S. Resistivity 0.005 kΩ / K cm -1 to 0.5 MΩ /K cm -1 Accuracy: ±0.5% F.S. 0.5 MΩ / K cm -1 to 1 MΩ /K cm -1 Accuracy: ±1% F.S. Temperature with Pt1000, Pb36, Ni100 Accuracy: ±0.3 ºC with Pt100, NTC 8k55 Accuracy: ±0.4 ºC Temperature compensation NaCl table: ±1 % Matrix: ±3 % Step response: 90 % (< 2 decades) in 7 seconds

Note: "F.S." means maximum setting value of analyzer output. "K" means cell constant. YOKOGAWA provides conductivity sensors of which cell constants are 0.1 to 10 cm -1 .

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2.4 Specifications of Inductive Conductivity (ISC)

■ Input Specification

Compatible with the Yokogawa inductive conductivity ISC40 series with integrated temperature sensor:

NTC30k or Pt1000.

■ Input Range

2

Conductivity:

0 to 2000 mS/cm at 25 ºC reference temperature.

Temperature:

-20 to 140 ºC

Cable length:

max. 60 meters total length of fixed sensor cable + WF10(J) extension cable. Influence of cable can be adjusted by doing an AIR CAL with the cable connected to a dry cell.

■ Output Range

Conductivity:

min. span:

100 µS/cm

max. span: 2000 mS/cm (max. 90% zero suppression)

Temperature:

min. span 25 ºC max. span 160 ºC

■ Performance (Accuracy)

(The specifications are expressed with simulated inputs.) (Output span is 0-100 µS/cm or more) Conductivity:

Linearity: ±(0.4 % F.S. + 0.3 µS/cm) Repeatability: ±(0.4 % F.S. + 0.3 µS/cm) Temperature: ±0.3 ºC Step response: 90 % (< 2 decades) in 8 seconds

Note: "F.S." means maximum setting value of analyzer output.

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2.5 Specifications of Dissolved Oxygen (DO)

■ Input Specification

The FLXA21 accepts output from membrane covered Dissolved Oxygen sensors. These sensors can be Galvanic type, where the sensor generates its own driving voltage or Polarographic type, where the sensor uses external driving voltage from the converter. The input range is 0 to 50 µA for Galvanic sensors and 0 to 1 micro A for Polarographic sensors. For temperature compensation, the FLXA21 accepts Pt1000 (DO30 sensor) and NTC22k elements (OXYFERM and OXYGOLD sensors).

■ Input Range

DO30 sensor:

Dissolved Oxygen: 0 to 50 mg/l (ppm)

Temperature:

-20 to 150 ºC

Note: Process temperature for DO30 is 0 to 40 ºC

Hamilton sensors:

Oxyferm:

Measurement range: 10 ppb to 40 ppm

Temperature range:

0 to 130 ºC

Oxygold G:

Measurement range: 2 ppb to 40 ppm

Temperature range:

0 to 130 ºC

Oxygold B:

Measurement range: 8 ppb to 40 ppm

Temperature range:

0 to 100 ºC

■ Output Range

DO concentration:

mg/l (ppm): min. 1 mg/l (ppm) max. 50 mg/l (ppm)

ppb:

min. 1 ppb

% saturation:

max. 9999 ppb min. 10 %

Temperature:

max. 600 % min. span 25 ºC max. span 170 ºC

■ Performance (Accuracy)

(The specifications are expressed with simulated inputs.) Performance in ppm mode:

Linearity: ±0.05 ppm or ±0.8% F.S., whichever is greater Repeatability: ±0.05 ppm or ±0.8% F.S., whichever is greater Accuracy: ±0.05 ppm or ±0.8% F.S., whichever is greater Performance in ppb mode:

Linearity: ±1 ppb or ±0.8% F.S., whichever is greater Repeatability: ±1 ppb or ±0.8% F.S., whichever is greater Accuracy: ±1 ppb or ±0.8% F.S., whichever is greater Temperature Linearity: ±0.3 ºC Repeatability: ±0.1 ºC Accuracy: ±0.3 ºC

Note: "F.S." means maximum setting value of analyzer output.

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2.6 Model & Suffix Code

Model

 

Suffix code

 

Option

Description

code

FLXA21

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2-Wire Analyzer

Power supply

-D

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Always -D

Housing

-P

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Plastic Stainless steel Stainless steel + urethane coating Stainless steel + epoxy coating

-S

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-U

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-E

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Display

-D

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Anti-glare LCD Without display (Note 1)

-N

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Type

-AA

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General purpose ATEX, IECEx (Note 6)

-EA

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1st input

-P1

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pH/ORP Conductivity (SC) Inductive conductivity (ISC) Dissolved oxygen (DO)

-C1

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-C5

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-D1

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2nd input (Note 2)

 

-NN

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Without input pH/ORP Conductivity (SC) Dissolved oxygen (DO)

-P1

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-C1

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-D1

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Output

-A

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4-20 mA + HART

-N

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Always -N

Language set (Note 3)

 

-LA

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English and 11 languages

Country (Note 4)

 

-N

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Global except Japan Japan

-J

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-NN

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Always -NN

Option

Mounting hardware

/UM

Universal mounting kit (Note 5) Pipe and wall mounting hardware Panel mounting hardware Hood, stainless steel Hood, stainless steel + urethane coating Hood, stainless steel + epoxy coating Stainless steel tag plate Conduit adapter (G1/2 x 4 pcs) Conduit adapter (1/2NPT x 4 pcs) Conduit adapter (M20 x 1.5 x 4 pcs) With Measurement Law certificate (Note 7)

 

/U

/PM

 

Hood

/H6

 

/H7

/H8

 

Tag plate

/SCT

 

Conduit adapter

/CB4

 

/CD4

/CF4

 

Measurement low

/K

Notes:

1:

HMI (Human Machine Interface) is not available on the analyzer. HART communication is to be used.

2:

(To enable HART communication, a setup tool is to be provided.) When a 2nd input is selected, only the same kind of the 1st input is available.

3:

For example, when a 1st input is “-P1”, the 2nd input must be the same “-P1”. The combination of ISC and ISC is not available. These languages are message languages on the analyzer's display.

4:

One analyzer has English and 11 languages. All languages are as follows; English, Chinese, Czech, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. When an analyzer is used in Japan, it must meet the Japanese Measurement Law.

5:

Only SI units must be used on the analyzer and its documents in Japan. The universal mounting kit contains the pipe and wall mounting hardware (/U) and the panel mounting hardware (/PM).

6:

The type “-EA” is intrinsically safe type of ATEX and IECEx.

7:

(The type of “intrinsically safe type of ATEX, IECEx, FM and CSA, and non-incendive of FM and CSA” is pending.) The analyzer with Japanese Measurement Law certificate is available only for the following model; FLXA21-D-[Housing code]-D-AA-P1-NN-A-N-LA-J-NN/[option code except /K]/K Only one pH measurement is certified. The output signal of 4 - 20 mA is certified. HART communication is not certified.

2

PH

SC

ISC

DO

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3. WIRING AND INSTALLATION

Install the cable glands into the FLXA21 before installing it. Upon delivery, the cable glands are not installed. Refer to section 3.2. and install the M20 cable glands.

WTB10 or BA10

Terminal box *5 FLXA21 2-Wire Analyzer n n n n n n n n n
Terminal box
*5
FLXA21 2-Wire Analyzer
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
*3
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
*4
*1
+
*2
*2
WTB10 or BA10
(Stainless steel
(Plastic housing)
Terminal box
*5
housing)
Sensor
Sensor

(*6)

*6

(*6)

*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

power module inside, and in the case of the stainless steel housing, connect the grounding cable

housing, connect the grounding cable to the

stainless steel housing, connect the grounding cable to the terminal of the housing. Case of Distributor

terminal of the housing.

Case of Distributor PH201G (Style B) – CMN CMN + B H A F C
Case of Distributor
PH201G (Style B)
CMN
CMN
+ B
H
A F
C D
Output 2 (1-5V DC)
*7
Output 1 (1-5V DC)
L N
Power supply
20
to 130V DC
or
80
to 138V AC, 47 to 63Hz
HOLD
WASH

FAIL

Case of Distributor SDBT – – + + B H A F Output 2 (1-5V
Case of Distributor
SDBT
+
+
B
H
A
F
Output 2 (1-5V DC)
*7
Output 1 (1-5V DC)
L
N
Power supply
20
to 130V DC
+ 1
2
or
80
to 138V AC, 47 to 63Hz

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
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 3.1
Wiring diagrams

3

PH

SC

ISC

DO

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3.1 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). 60 meters when using BA10 extension box and WF10 cable.

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 chapter 2). If the instrument is installed outside and exposed to direct sunlight, a sun shade hood should be used.

3.2 Installing the cable glands

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

CAUTIONremove the wiring cover, and then install the cable glands. Be careful not to lose the

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 2 cable) (A hole is drilled, if specified.) For
For sensor 1 cable
(For sensor 2 cable)
(A hole is drilled, if specified.)
For power supply
For grounding cable

Plastic Housing

Figure 3.2

Cable gland diagram

CAUTIONcable Plastic Housing Figure 3.2 Cable gland diagram For sensor 1 cable (For sensor 2 cable)

For sensor 1 cable