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SBS1000

Smoke Density Monitor

Installation & Operating


Instructions
Version d1 relevant up to s/n 1000-0772 produced up to Dec. 2006

Part no.: 00054

SBS Technology A/S Industrivej 12 DK-9490 Pandrup Denmark


Tel.: +45 7027 1002 Fax: +45 7027 1001 www.sbs-international.com
SBS1000 Smoke Density Monitor

Content

1 PREFACE 5
1.1 ABOUT THIS MANUAL 5
1.2 COMPANY ADDRESSES 6
1.3 SPECIFICATIONS 7
1.4 ABOUT THE SYSTEM 8

2 INSTALLATION 9
2.1 GENERAL 9
2.2 SAFETY ASPECTS 9
2.3 CONTROL AT DELIVERY 10
2.4 STANDARD INSTALLATION 11
2.4.1 Optic heads 12
2.4.2 Fiber-optic cables 12
2.4.3 Purge Air system 12
2.4.4 Monitoring Unit 13
2.4.5 Remote Digital Display and Alarm Annunciator (optional) 14
2.4.6 Blower for Purge Air (optional) 14
2.5 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS 14

3 COMMISSIONING 15
3.1 CALIBRATION 15
3.2 SETTING OF ALARM LEVELS 16

4 MAINTENANCE 17
5 CONNECTION DIAGRAM 18
6 TROUBLE SHOOTING 20
7 SPARE PARTS 21
8 ALARM MONITOR 25
8.1 SPECIFICATIONS OF THE DIGITAL DISPLAY 25
8.2 BLOCK DIAGRAMS 26
8.3 ROUTING DIAGRAM 26
8.4 PROGRAMMING / OPERATING THE FUNCTION KEYS 27

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1 Preface

1.1 About this Manual


This manual contains data and instructions for the installation, operation, and
maintenance of the Opacity Monitor System: SBS1000 Smoke Density Monitor

The instructions are given in general terms and do not take into consideration a
specific installation. As such, the instruction manual is designed for the equipment
delivered by SBS Technology A/S and Members of the Group of Scandinavian
Boiler Service Companies.

The manual does not describe all possible situations, but only the most common
and known situations. It cannot replace the necessary education and training of the
personnel.

Should situations not described in this manual occur that cannot be solved in ac-
cordance with normal known practice and good workmanship, the operator should
contact Scandinavian Boiler Service or SBS Technology A/S for instructions.

These manuals do not claim to cover all details or variations in equipment or to


provide for every possible contingency that may arise during installation, opera-
tion, or maintenance.

Scandinavian Boiler Service reserves the right to minor alterations and improve-
ments owing to developments without being obliged to enter the corresponding
changes in this manual.

In all correspondence or when ordering spare parts, please be careful to state


equipment type and fabrication number. You can also find a spare parts list with
part numbers at the end of this manual.

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1.2 Company Addresses


All claims, questions and inquiries for spares to be addressed to your supplier or
one of the addresses below.

In all correspondence and when ordering spare parts, be careful to state equipment
type and fabrication number, found inside the monitor cabinet.

Please also visit http://www.sbs-international.com.

SBS Technology A/S Scandinavian Boiler Service A/S


Industrivej 12 Industrivej 12
DK-9490 Pandrup DK-9490 Pandrup
Denmark Denmark

sbs@sbs-eu.com sbs@sbs-eu.com
Tel.: : + 45 7027 1002 Tel.: : + 45 7027 1000
Fax : + 45 7027 1001 Fax : + 45 7027 1001

Scandinavian Boiler Service Scandinavian Boiler Service, Inc


(ASIA) Pte Ltd 512 S: E: 32nd Street
38 Woodlands Industrial Park Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316
E1 #07-01 USA
Singapore 757700

sbs@sbs-asia.com sbs@sbs-us.com
Tel.: : + 65 6767 0200 Tel: : + 1 954 763 7375
Fax : + 65 6364 0300 Fax : + 1 954 766 2624

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1.3 Specifications
Monitoring Unit Quantity: one
Power Supply standard 210240 V AC 50/60 Hz 20 VA max.
optional 105125 V AC, 50/60 Hz or 20-28 V DC
Ambient temperature 0C 55C
Output signal 420 mA (4 mA 100% 20 mA 0% Opacity)
(linearized) 010 V DC (0 V 100% 10 V 0% Opacity) max. 10 mA
Dimensions / Weight HxWxD: 300 x 200 x 150 mm / 5.5 kg
Enclosure IP 65 Steel box with DNV, LRS and other approvals

Digital Display (either as part of the Monitoring Unit or as optional Remote Digital Display)
Display 0100% opacity level (programmable)
Alarm delay default 10 s (programmable 099 s)
Relay voltage max. 250 V AC, max. 2A, NC/NO
Relay function 2 relays, volt free, freely configurable, default NC
Default alarm levels SBS1000SDM: Relay 1 at 20% opacity and Relay 2 at 30%
Power supply standard 210240 V AC 50/60 Hz 4 VA
(only relevant if remote) optional 105125 V AC, 50/60 Hz or 20-28 V DC
Dimensions HxWxD: 48 x 96 x 120 mm
(only relevant if remote) panel cut: 44.5 x 91.5 mm

Fiber Optic Cables Quantity: two


Optic fibers glass fiber core in stainless steel sheathings with brass end tip
Operating temperature max. 240C at the glass fiber tip behind the lenses
Legth of Fibres standard 4.5 m optional 3.6 m, 6.0 m, 7.5 m

Optic Heads with Purge Air System Quantity: two


Welding sockets 34200 mm (L) sockets aligned opposite of each other
Scanning distance 0.5 m to 3.0 m
Head Housing HxWxD: < 120 x 100 x 60 mm stainless steel purge air
connector
Purge Air Supply 10 NLPM i.e. 5 NLPM for each head

Optional Equipment
Welding & Adjustment Bracket Audit Filter Pens
Alarm Annunciator for panel mounting Visualization & data logging
Data-system integration via various busses such as RS485 and CAN

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1.4 About the System


The Opacity Monitor System is arranged as an opposed monitoring of the clarity
of air or line-of-sight opacity monitor. Mist, smoke, and dust affect the light
transmitted across a section between the two lenses.

As a standard configuration the Opacity Monitor System consists of the following


main elements in its standard configuration:
Opposed fiber optic heads with lenses
Fiber optic cables
Monitoring unit with digital display

The SBS1000 Smoke Density Monitor is used to monitor smoke in uptakes after
boilers, incinerators, and engines.

The Opacity Monitor System is a single pass system also called line-of-sight
that measures the opacity in the funnel or in the ambient air of the engine room. A
beam of light is transmitted across the line-of-sight. This beam is brought forth via
optic fibers. The optical transmitter and receiver are placed in the monitoring unit.

The Opacity Monitor System uses a high-power infrared light-beam. The beam of
light is projected via fiber optic cables across the line-of-sight / funnel. The beam
of light is absorbed and scattered by the smoke, mist, dust and vapor and thus the
amount of light received by the transceiver is reduced.

Please note that the Opacity Monitor System will react to any kind of smoke, dust,
vapor or other obstructions intercepting the light beam. Consequently the reading
of the sensor with change and possibly trigger an alarm. Depending on the appli-
cation, this might be perceived as "false alarm". On the other hand, such alarms
give you at the same time an indication of other malfunctions.

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2 Installation

Read this chapter in its entirety before installing the system.

2.1 General
To avoid possible damaged to the equipment or errors in the monitoring readings
and alarm function, it is important to observe the following points carefully:
The location of the optic heads must be suitable for service & cleaning.
The optic heads are welded to the uptake which should not vibrate. Asyn-
chronous vibration of the optical heads can cause false alarms
In case of mounting on structures with thickness less than 6 mm it is recom-
mended that a double plate is fitted before mounting of the support for the optic
heads.
The optic heads must be securely welded to structure and properly aligned.
The optic heads and fibers must be protected against mechanical damage.
Do not turn the optic fibers in the optic heads without first loosening the lock
nuts.

2.2 Safety Aspects


Warning:
Follow the operating instructions! Please read the operating instructions carefully
its entirety before working on the system.

Warning:
Hazardous Voltage: Disconnect power before servicing the system. Ignoring this
warning can result in severe personal injury or material damage. Read the instruc-
tion carefully to ensure correct connection of all power and signal leads.

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Ensure that the correct AC voltage is connected to the analyzer (see the rating
marked inside the monitoring unit cabinet and/or on the transformers inside the
cabinet).

Circuit breaker!
The installation must include a means of isolating electrical power by a switch or
circuit breaker external to the analyzer and within reach of operator. It must be
clearly marked.

Protective earth!
The analyzer must be connected to protective earth.

Installation and fault finding!


Electrical installation and fault finding on the analyzing system should only be
undertaken by a suitable trained and qualified engineer.

It should be pointed out that installation and operation of the Opacity Monitor
System and associated equipment should be carried out by skill, trained and
certified personnel, and that Scandinavian Boiler Service does not take any re-
sponsibility of the operation of the system and associated equipment whatso-
ever.

The successful and safe operation of this equipment is dependent upon proper
handling, installation, operation and maintenance.

2.3 Control at Delivery


Upon receipt of the Opacity Monitor System, please inspect and confirm that the
received scope of supply is in accordance with the packing list and not damaged.
Any discrepancy should be reported to the suppler immediately. If any of the re-
ceived parts are damaged the shipping company should be informed and new parts
made available before completing the installation.

Scope of supply:
Monitoring unit with digital display and connections (standard)
Two (2) fiber optic cables (standard)
Two (2) optic heads one transmitter, one receiver (standard)
One (1) purge air system with hoses and non-return valve

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Remote digital display for panel mounting with two (2) alarm relays (optional)
Alarm annunciator for panel mounting (optional)
Recorder and data logging (optional)
Visualization system (optional)
Audit filters (optional)
Blower for purge air (optional)

2.4 Standard Installation


Based on the above standard scope of supply the Opacity Monitor System com-
prises the following components:

Figure 1: Standard installation of the Opacity Monitor System

Note: The optical heads are to be aligned opposite each other in such a way that
the light beam from the one lens hits the other lens. Thin structure will require ad-
ditional support in order to secure stable alignment.

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2.4.1 Optic heads


The two optic heads are installed on 200 mm long 1 socket pipes, mounted by
welding, on each side of the smoke channel. Shortening the welding sockets to the
thickness of the isolation of the smoke stack will further increase the stability. The
stub pipes are of ordinary mild steel coated with a welding friendly zinc coating.
Best stability is achieved by inserting the welding socket into the funnel.

Special attention has to be given to the alignment of the sockets, so that they are
centered right opposite each other. A smaller size tube or angle bar pulled across
between the two sockets may be used as guidance for the alignment. Furthermore
the optional welding and adjustment bracket can be used for fine adjustment of the
tubes and additional stability.

After completing the welding the head housings are screwed onto the sockets and
fixed in position by the locking screws. To avoid tipping of the head housing due
to a loose thread the head housing can be either screwed down to the recess or use
something to fill the thread (e.g. Teflon tape).

2.4.2 Fiber-optic cables


The fiber-optic cables are mounted together with the lenses and the head cap into
the head housing. The optimal position of the fiber-optic cable in relation to the
lens depends of the type of lens used. With a standard lens about 15 mm of the 38
mm long threads on the end of the optic fiber tube should be inside the lens. In
other words about 15 mm of free threads outside the optic head, measured from
the locking nut.

The fiber optic tubes are then screwed into


the connectors at the bottom of the monitor-
ing unit or amplifier and display panel. Due
to the nature of optical fibers the angle with
which the light will exit the fiber cable may
vary from cable to cable and installation,
consequently is not repeatedly. The power
of the light ray exit from the optic fiber can
be adjusted by turning the cable slightly at Figure 2: Fiber-optic cable tip
the bottom of the monitoring unit.

2.4.3 Purge Air system


Purge air can normally be provided by the boiler F.D. Fan or as compressed clean
and dry air (instrument air 1-2 bar pressure, approx. consumption 2x5 l/min). If air
is taken from the F. D. Fan the non-return valve is installed in the air supply line.

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The flow is controlled using


Purge Air Hose
the flow control screw at
the purge air connection of
the head housing.

In order to secure a suffi-


cient, but not excessive
Optic Head Cap
purge air flow, you ought to
Flow Control Screw control the air supply with a
Figure 3: Optic head flow meter (optional equip-
ment). Too much air veloc-
ity will affect the effective light path length as it blows the flue gas out of the way.
Too little air flow will lead to increased fouling of the lenses. Consequently the
measurement is invalidated. If the instrument air is not sufficiently dry and clean
(i.e. it might contain water or oil) an air supply filter regulator (optional equip-
ment) should be used to clean the air and to even out variations in pressure.

2.4.4 Monitoring Unit


The monitoring unit is installed near the optic heads allowing for the connection
of the fiber optic cables. The alarm monitor is integrated with the digital display in
the monitoring unit.

Digital Display

Serial Number

Signal Converter

Terminals

Automatic Fuse

Power Supply for Beam

Optic Beam Module

Figure 4: Monitoring Unit

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2.4.5 Remote Digital Display and Alarm Annunciator (optional)


The remote digital display is usually placed where indication of the current opac-
ity level is needed. The remote digital display has the same functionality as the
digital display of the monitoring unit. The remote digital display can be combined
with the alarm monitoring function as described above. For more information
please see chapter 8.

The alarm annunciator is usually mounted in the alarm panel and connected to the
alarm relays of the monitoring unit. The alarm levels are configured via the digital
display of the monitoring unit.

2.4.6 Blower for Purge Air (optional)


If the sealing for the optic heads not can be provided from existing source an op-
tional sealing air blower should be installed near the fiber optic heads.

2.5 Electrical connections


Power supply (as specified see the rating marked inside the monitoring unit
cabinet and/or on the transformers inside the cabinet) for the system is connected
to the automatic fuse in the amplifier and monitoring panel. Please see also chap-
ter 6.

Monitoring instruments such as alarm monitoring, recorders and data loggers are
connected to the monitoring panel terminal 1 - 6. Here an overview of the Termi-
nals:
Terminal 1 & 2: Voltage output 0-10 VDC.
Terminal 3 & 5: Current output 20 4 mA, external voltage (24 VDC)
Terminal 3 & 6: Current output 20 4 mA, internal voltage
Terminal 7 & 8: Alarm relay No. 1 (default 20% opacity, delay 10 sec., NC)
Terminal 9 & 10: Alarm relay No. 2 (default 30% opacity, delay 10 sec., NC)

Caution
The SBS1000 Smoke Density Monitor is from factory mounted with a jumper be-
tween terminal 3 & 6. The jumper has to be removed in case a current output is
used. Please note that only one current output can be used.

After installation has been completed and the wiring has been carefully checked
the power can be switched on.

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3 Commissioning

The following adjustment procedure will take you step by step through the ad-
justment of the amplifier and alarm monitor.

3.1 Calibration
During calibration, all possible obstruction to the infrared beam (such as oil mist,
smoke, or dust) must be absent in the section between the optic heads. In other
words, the transmission of the light must not be affected in any way.

The infrared transceiver measures translucency. The signal is inverted for the dis-
play of opacity. Therefore you first have to calibrate SPAN i.e. 100% opacity
which is zero translucency. Thereafter you can calibrate ZERO i.e. 0% opacity
which is 100% translucency.

SPAN is adjusted until the indicator displays 100% opacity, i.e. a total block-
ing of the infrared beam (0% translucency). For this purpose disconnect
the fiber optic cables and block the connection with your thumb. Be
careful not to turn the span calibration screw is turned too much. Keep
it at the edge between 99% and 100%.

ZERO is adjusted to produce the desired swing between the lightest and dark-
est sensing condition. Minimum signal contrast (i.e. the minimum for
100% translucency = zero opacity) will result in full output swing of
1.5:1. Maximum signal contrast will result in full output swing of 16:1

ZERO Be careful not to turn the span calibration screw is turned too much.
Keep it at the edge between 0% and 1%. If you would turn the screw
too much, the alarm levels would be triggered only at considerable
higher opacity levels than shown in the display.

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If it is not possible to obtain 0% opacity, check the alignment and deflection of the
fiber optic heads. If the alignments and deflection is found to be correct and the
signal still not can be adjusted correctly, the fiber optic tube has to be turned in the
optic heads to change the center focus position of the light beam in relation to the
lenses (cf. section 2.4.4).

Both SPAN and ZERO are 15-turn clutched potentiometers with slotted brass
elements. A small, flat-bladed screwdriver is required for adjustment.
Remove one of the fiber optic cables completely from the monitoring unit. The
infrared beam is now interrupted. Adjust SPAN to 100% opacity.
Put back the fiber optic cable and adjust ZERO to 0% opacity.

The most accurate calibration is achieved bye using a voltmeter and the 0-10 VDC
output.

3.2 Setting of Alarm Levels


The default alarm levels are:
Alarm Level Alarm Delay Hysteresis
Relay 1 20% 10 s 2%
Relay 2 30% 10 s 2%

If you whish to change the alarm levels please follow the following fast setting
procedure (see chapter 9.4 for a more detailed instruction).

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4 Maintenance

After completing the installation and calibration of the opacity indication and set-
ting the desired alarm level, it is recommended during the initial period to control
the settings and if needed re-adjust the settings.

Besides normal cleaning of the optical heads and lenses, the system does not re-
quire any maintenance.

Cleaning intervals depend on the usual amount of oil, smoke, and dust that con-
taminate the lenses. The accumulation of dirt on the lenses will result in higher
opacity readings and might therefore give false alarms. Please make sure to set
sufficiently short cleaning intervals.

It is strongly recommended to calibrate the system after cleaning the lenses. How-
ever, smoke, vapor, or dust must not be present in the section between the optic
heads during calibration, i.e. the machine must be turned off.

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Connection Diagram

5 Connection Diagram

The Power supply is to be connected directly to the automatic fuse.

Caution
The SBS1000 Smoke Density
Monitor is from factory
mounted with a jumper be-
tween terminal 3 & 6.
The jumper has to be removed
in case a current output is
used. Please note that only
one current output can be
used.

Figure 5: Terminal connection diagram of terminal inside the monitoring unit

The terminals 1 to 10 are located at the bottom of main board inside the monitor-
ing unit are connections for signal and alarms. For easier handling you can tempo-
rarily remove the panel in front of the optic beam module amplifier.

Terminal 1 & 2: Voltage output 0-10 VDC.

Terminal 3 & 5: Current output 20 4 mA, external voltage (24 VDC)

Terminal 3 & 6: Current output 20 4 mA, internal voltage

Terminal 7 & 8: Alarm relay No. 1 (default 20% opacity, delay 10 sec., NC)

Terminal 9 & 10: Alarm relay No. 2 (default 30% opacity, delay 10 sec., NC)

Terminal 1 & 2: Voltage output 010 VDC.

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Description of cable connection to other elements

Screw the cables into the terminals of the main board in the following order
(see also colored help guide):
10 green form digital display
9 grey form digital display
8 lilac form digital display
7 red form digital display
6 pink form digital display
5 white Attention: only the white from the display cable
4 two blacks one from display cable, one from signal converter
3 blue Attention: only the blue from signal converter
2 two whites one from optic beam unit, one from signal converter
1 two yellows one from optic beam unit, one from signal converter
Fuse right two browns one from optic beam unit, one from digital display
Fuse left two blues one from optic beam unit, one from digital display

blue

brown

1 yellow 1
2 white 2
3 blue 3
4 black 4
5 white 5
6 pink 6
7 red 7
8 lilac 8
9 grey 9
10 green 10

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Connection Diagram

6 Trouble Shooting

Trouble-shooting should always be carried out by trained and certified personnel.

The Opacity Monitor System is connected to hazardous electric voltages, which


can cause severe personal injury or mechanical damage if not handled correctly
and in accordance with normal safety regulations.

Trouble: Possible cause:


No display of opacity No power supply to monitor cabinet and/or digital display
Fuse has blown
Not responding to Scanning range too small The beam intensity is too high at
opacity level changes. scanning distances below 1.0 m.
Incorrect indication of Optic head alignment has changed (e.g. due to vibration)
opacity level. Lens and/or optic-fiber tip contaminated with dirt
Lens and or optic-fiber might have been damaged
Zero and/or span have drifted recalibrate
Scanning range too small The beam intensity is too high at
scanning distances below 1.0 m.
Incorrect alarm level No signal to alarm monitor
Incorrect alarm level settings change at digital display
Opacity is also caused by smoke and dust
Frequent false alarms Asynchronous vibration of the two optic heads
Opacity is caused not only by oil mist but also by smoke and
dust
see also incorrect indication of opacity level

Extended trouble: Possible cause:


No signal, even with a fiber-optic The optic beam module might be out of order
cable loop between the transmit- The fiber-optic cable might have been damaged
ter and receiver connections at
the monitoring cabinet
Alarm monitor not responding The alarm monitor may be out of order
The signal connections/cables might be damaged

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7 Spare Parts

Part Part Description the specific appearance of the spare parts Quantity
is subject change without notice; the func- standard
No. tion however will not change delivery

00286 Welding Socket 2

00534 Welding & Adjustment Bracket optional

Head Housing
00002 (formerly: Optic Head Complete) 2
(001A101)
(includes 00007)

00007 O-Rings 343 mm 6


(001A104)

00004 Optic Head Cap 2

00016 Lens 2
(001A109)

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Part Part Description the specific appearance of the spare parts Quantity
is subject change without notice; the func- standard
No. tion however will not change delivery

00018 Fiber optic cable L=3.6 m T<240C


(001A108)

00017 Fiber optic cable L=4.5 m T<240C 2

00222 Fiber optic cable L=6.0 m T<240C

00059 Audit Pen 30% Opacity optional

00060 Audit Pen 20% Opacity optional

Purge Air Hose 2


00027
(ordered per meter) 4.5 m

00525 Purge Air Distributor 1

00403 Air Supply Filter Regulator optional


(without couplings)
31021 Air Supply Filter Regulator w/couplings optional

00049 Monitoring Unit 1000SDM 230 VAC 1


(001A110) (includes 0983, 0037, 0038, 0065)

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Part Part Description the specific appearance of the spare parts Quantity
is subject change without notice; the func- standard
No. tion however will not change delivery

Digital Display 5514A2B SDM


00052 205-240 VAC programmed 1
(001A115)
also optional remote digital display

00045 Signal converter 4-20 mA 1


(001A120)

00037 Optic beam module amplifier 1


(001A111)

00038 Power supply 205-240 VAC for optic 1


(001A112) beam module amplifier

00065 Automatic fuse 2P, 2A 1

SBS1000 Smoke Density Monitor


Installation & Operating Instructions
00054 2
Version d1
i.e. this manual

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Spare Parts

The following parts where used on newer systems

00983 Digital Display 5714D SDM


205-240 VAC programmed 1
31020 also optional remote digital display

SBS1000 Smoke Density Monitor


01020 Installation & Operating Instructions 2
Version d2

The following parts where used on older systems

00053 Analog smoke indicator


(001A114)

00061 Power Supply 23024 VDC

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8 Alarm Monitor

Alarm monitoring is carried out by the digital display.

8.1 Specifications of the Digital Display

Supply voltage 5514A-A: 103.5...126.5 VAC, 50...60 Hz


Supply voltage 5514A-B: 207...253 VAC, 50...60 Hz
Supply voltage 5514A-D : 19.2...28.8 VDC /21.6...26.4 VAC, 50...60 Hz
Max. consumption 4W
Isolation voltage test / operation 3.75 kVAC / 250 VAC
Communication Loop Link
Response time (programmable) 1...60 s
Signal dynamics, input 20 bit
Calibration temperature 20...28C
Temperature coefficient < 0.01% of span / C
Linearity error < 0.1% of span
Effect of supply voltage change 0.002% of span / % V
Auxiliary voltage 5514 A2: 2-wire supply: 20 VDC / 20 mA
EMC immunity influence < 0.5% of span
Max. wire size 1 x 2.5 mm2 stranded wire
Screw terminal torque 0.5 Nm
Relative air humidity < 95% RH (non-cond.)
Dimensions (HxWxD) 48 x 96 x 120 mm
Panel cut-out 44.5 x 91.5 mm
Tightness (mounted in a panel) IP65
Weight 330 g

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8.2 Block Diagrams

8.3 Routing Diagram


If no buttons are pressed for a period of two (2) minutes, the display returns to the
stage 0.0.

For further explanation please refer to the next subchapter (9.4).

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8.4 Programming / Operating the Function Keys


The programming is menu-controlled. The main menus are numbered in level 0
(X.0), and the submenus are numbered in level 1 (X.1...X.5). Each submenu has
an entry menu. The menus are structured in such a way that the menus most fre-

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quently used are closer to the default menu 0.0. Please note that programming is
only possible when submenu 4.3 PAS has the value 0040.

Main, sub-, and entry menus are selected by the 3 function keys [e], [>], and [^] as
outlined in the routing diagram.

Activating [e] in the sub-


menus will display the pre-
sent parameter value in the
entry menu.

In entry menus, the digit that


can be changed will flash.

Active digit position is


shifted by the [>] key and
changed by the [^] key.

In d-Pt menu 3.3, the posi-


tion of the decimal point can
be changed by the [^] key.

In entry menus with fixed


parameters, you switch be-
tween the parameters by the
[^] key.

Store by first activating the


[>] key and the key simulta-
neously. Activate [e] to re-
turn to the previous menu
without changing the pa-
rameters.

When menu 4.1 has been selected for EFS Enable Fast Setting a fast setpoint
change is possible by activating the Fast Setting function. In this menu, the front
keys have a special feature as [^] increases the setpoint and [>] decreases the set-
point from the value it had when activated. Activating for more than 2 s automati-
cally activates the upcount / downcount function, The setpoint value is displayed
either in % or in display units depending on the selection in menu 4,3. [e] stores
the displayed setpoint values.

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Start by selecting % or display units in menu 4.3 as this is important for the entry
of the setpoint and hysteresis of the relays. When a set-up is sent from the PC pro-
gram PReset to the display with either one or both relays as inactive, relay setting
by way of the front keys is blocked.

DEFAULT SCALED INPUT VALUE IS DISPLAYED


At power ON or if no keys have been activated for a period of 2 minutes,
the display returns to default.

rE 1 Setting of parameters for relay 1


In menu 4.3 entry of either % of input span or of display units is selected.
SEt1 Setting of relay 1 setpoint.
Possible selections are 0...99.99%, or d-LO...d-HI in display units.
The setpoint is set in % of the input signai or in display units
depending on the selection in menu 4.3.
HYS1 Setting of relay 1 hysteresis.
Possible selections are 0...99.99%, or O...(d-HI) - (d-LO) in display
units.
The hysteresis is set in % of the input signal or in display units
depending on the selection in menu 4.3.

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InC1 / dEC1 Setting of active relay 1 for increasing / decreas-


ing input signal.
Possible selections are InC or dEC.

The relay functions (1) Normal Open (N.O.) and (2) Normally Closed
(N.C.) are selected in the set-up program PReset and are sent to the
display.
dOn1 / dOF1 Setting of delayed ON / OFF.
Possible selections are dOn or dOF.
If dOn has been selected, relay 1 will not be activated until after the
delay entered in menu 1.5.
If dOF has been selected, delay 1 will not be deactivated until after the
delay entered in menu 1.5.
If no time delay is requested, the value in menu 1.5 must be 0.
dEL 1 Setting of relay 1 switching on/off time delay.
Possible selections are 0...99.99 s.
The time delay is the period in which the input value must be present
before the relay switches state.
If no time delay is requested, the value must be 0.

rE 2 Setting of parameters for relay 2


These are set the same way as the parameters for relay 1.

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SBS1000 Smoke Density Monitor

dISP Scaling of display please do not alter


d-LO - Setting of 0% display.
Possible selections are -9999...9999.
d-HI - Setting of 100% display.
Possible selections are -9999...9999.
d-Pt - Setting of decimal point.
Possible selections are no decimal point, position 1, 2, or 3.
LEd - Test of LED segments.
All segments and LEDs must light up and the relays will be activated.
If the password differs from 0040, the relays and relay LEDs will not
light up.

APP Selection of application please do not alter


EFS /dFS - Setting of access to a fast change of setpoint.
Possible selections are EFS or dFS.
Access to a fast change of setpoint is determined by the (EFS Enable
Fast Setting) fast change of setpoint is possible, or (dFS Disable Fast
Setting) blocking of a fast change of setpoint.
EFS has a higher priority than menu 4.2 (PAS).
PAS - Programming access code.
Possible selections are 0...9999.
When the password is 0040, all menu items can be changed.
When the password is <> 0040, programming of ail menu items is
blocked, but reading of settings is possible. If fast setting is enabled,
the setpoints can be changed by fast setting.
PCt / dSC - Setpoint and hysteresis figures.
Possible selections are PCt or dSC.
Entry of setpoint and hysteresis is possible either in percentage (PCt)
of input span or in relation to the display units (dSC) d-LO...d-HI.
At a change in menu 4.3, the setpoint and the hysteresis must be
entered again as 5514 does not automatically convert these
parameters.
5514 / u1.0 - Type and version number.
No possible selections. Type and version numbers will be displayed.

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