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  • Mercury

    TRACKER 3000 IP

    Operating Manual English Version

    Version 2.1

    2009 by Mercury Instruments GmbH, Karlsfeld (Germany)

  • TRACKER 3000 IP

    Tracker-IP-E-V-2.1.doc 02.12.2009 Page 2 of 37

    General information for safe operation

    C A U T I O N:

    While operating the TRACKER 3000 IP, parts of its interior are under high voltage and UV-beams are produced inside. If safety regulations are ignored physical and/or material damages could occur. Only qualified personal should be allowed to operate the TRACKER 3000 IP. Following conditions for correct function of the TRACKER 3000 IP are to be held: careful and correct storage, proficient operation and maintenance.

    Do not operate instrument if it is damaged.

    When connecting the TRACKER 3000 IP to a power source please note the related safety regulations.

    The TRACKER 3000 IP should be operated from a type of power source delivering max. 13.5 VDC.

    Make sure that plugs and power cords are not damaged.

    Regulations for prevention of accidents are to be followed.

    Before opening the TRACKER 3000 IP disconnect it from the external power supply.

    Repairs and maintenance on the opened and powered instrument should only be carried out by trained personnel.

    Operate the TRACKER 3000 IP on a stable and dry surface. The interior of the TRACKER 3000 IP should never get moist or wet. In case it happens, consult an expert.

    The TRACKER 3000 IP is dedicated for the measurement of mercury concentration in gases. Do regard the related dangers especially while operating with toxic gases. Make sure that these parts of the instrument guiding the gas are not damaged and that the gas is guided back to the source or into an absorber. If explosive gases are measured or if measurements are made at places where explosion is possible, please follow the specific safety instructions.

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    Contents

    1. General description..........................................................................................................5 1.1 Fields of application .................................................................................................................5 1.2 Measuring principle .................................................................................................................7

    2. Preparation for operation .........................................................................................8 2.1 Arrangement of the dismountable sampling probe...........................................8 2.2 Electrical power supply .........................................................................................................9 2.3 Operation on mains power with external power supply ...............................9

    2.3.1 Battery charger ............................................................................................................................10 2.4 Fuses ..................................................................................................................................................12 2.5 Operation and display components ............................................................................12 2.6 Connection of the electrical signal outputs............................................................12

    2.6.1 Analog signal 4-20 mA...............................................................................................................13 2.6.2 Serial data output (RS 232).......................................................................................................13 2.6.3 Sample gas connection .............................................................................................................14

    3. Operating instructions ...............................................................................................15 3.1 Start-up measuring .................................................................................................................15

    3.1.1 Display of mean values .............................................................................................................16 3.2 Selecting the Main Menu ....................................................................................................16 3.3 Manual zero point adjustment .......................................................................................17 3.4 Setting of parameters ............................................................................................................17

    3.4.1 Setting of duration and repeat-interval of the automatic zero point adjustment ...................................................................................................................................18 3.4.2 Selection of concentration units (g/m / ppb)....................................................................18 3.4.3 Selection of measuring range..................................................................................................18 3.4.4 Setting of alarm thresholds......................................................................................................19 3.4.5 Setting of averaging times for mean values calculation...................................................19 3.4.6 Setting of response time ...........................................................................................................19

    3.5 Service menu................................................................................................................................20 3.5.1 Display of calibration factors list ...........................................................................................20 3.5.2 Entering a new calibration factor............................................................................................21 3.5.3 Setting date and time .................................................................................................................22 3.5.4 Portable Operation .....................................................................................................................22

    4. Data Logger Function..................................................................................................23 4.1. Setting the logging rate.......................................................................................................23 4.2 Activating the data logger..................................................................................................23 4.3 Start logging of measurement data .............................................................................24 4.4 Sending logged data to a PC (Hyperterminal programm).........................24 4.5 Sending logged data to a PC (Hg-Transfer-Software) ..................................26 4.6 Delete logged data ....................................................................................................................28

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    5. Maintenance.............................................................................................................................29 5.1 Particle filter................................................................................................................................29 5.2 Replacement of the carbon cartridge for zero air ............................................29 5.3 Battery replacement ...............................................................................................................30 5.4 Care and maintenance ........................................................................................................31 5.5 Calibration check with reference screen.................................................................31

    6. Technical information .................................................................................................33 6.1 Technical specifications .......................................................................................................33 6.2 Influencing effects....................................................................................................................33 6.3 Storage and transport ...........................................................................................................33 6.4 Spare parts and accessories ..............................................................................................34 6.5 Block diagram of electrical parts..................................................................................34 6.6 Diagram of components.......................................................................................................35

    Index ...........................................................................................................................................................36

  • TRACKER 3000 IP

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    1. General description

    1.1 Fields of application The TRACKER 3000 IP serves for continuous measurement of the mercury concentration in gases like air, nitrogen, hydrogen.

    Following applications are examples for the ve

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