XNX Transmitter Installation Manual 2
XNX Transmitter Installation Manual 2
The XNX transmitter installation manual provides step-by-step instructions for setting up the transmitter and the sensors. This manual also covers topics such as the General Status Screen, Aligning the Searchline Excel, and Calibration of the XNX transmitter’s sensors. It is especially useful for those who need to replace an EC cell with another one that is designed for a different target gas.
General Status Screen
The General Status Screen on an XNX transmitter shows various details of the transmitter, including fault and alarm information. You can also view the date, time, and serial number of the transmitter. In addition, you can see the current part number, date, and time. This screen also allows you to reset the transmitter and its alarms if needed.
The General Status Screen on an XNX transmitter displays all the necessary information, including the temperature and life of the sensors. It also displays the baud rate and address of the communication network. You can also access the Relay Menu on this screen, but this option is only available if you have purchased optional relays.
Aligning the Searchline Excel
This XNX transmitter installation manual provides information on how to align the Searchline Excel sensor. The alignment kit includes the handheld interrogator, telescope, and carrying case. A test filter is also included in the kit, which will help you ensure that your Searchline Excel sensor is properly aligned.
Calibration of the XNX transmitter’s sensors
The XNX transmitter’s sensors must be calibrated before it will work properly. If they are out of calibration, the transmitter needs to be reprogrammed to work properly. The sensors are calibrated using compressed gas. You can learn more about the specific calibration process for different sensors by consulting the XNX Technical Manual.
Calibration intervals for the sensors are displayed on the XNX transmitter’s user interface. However, you should never set the calibration interval to zero, because this can seriously affect sensor performance. XNX transmitters also display the old and new sensor types. Unlike older transmitters, you can select the new type of sensor in the Beam Block Options menu. For example, if you are using the Searchline Excel sensor, you can select the minimum time a beam is blocked.
The XNX transmitter has several menus for configuring the transmitter. These menus are located on the front panel. The Configure Menu has menus that you can use to calibrate the sensors. The table below describes these functions.
General Calibration Procedures
To calibrate an XNX transmitter, follow the steps below: Connect the transmitter to a power source. Then, use a standard electrical screwdriver to pull the wires from the transmitter. After removing the cable, check that the sensor is properly wired and that the battery is charged. If not, reinstall the battery. Then, perform the calibration and reset procedures for the transmitter.
The first step in XNX transmitter calibration is to ensure that the sensor is functioning properly. It is important to use the appropriate calibration gas and a calibrated sensor. Using the wrong calibration gas could have adverse effects on the sensor’s performance.
Span Calibration Procedures
The Span calibration procedure is an important part of your transmitter installation. It will allow you to check the performance of your sensor and the sensitivity of the sensor’s output. You should perform the calibration procedure immediately after the zeroing procedure. It is important that you do not allow the sensor to return to ambient air for too long. Otherwise, it will lose its sensitivity and the output may decrease. Span calibration procedures are covered in the Sieger Sensepoint Technical Handbook.
The Span calibration procedure involves ensuring that the XNX transmitter’s sensor is within a range that will accurately detect the target gas. When performing a Span calibration, you must be aware of the range of concentrations required for the sensor.