Anda di halaman 1dari 22

TRANSMITTER DETECTORS

FOR FLAMMABLE GASES OR CO2

TECHNICAL MANUAL

Ref.: NPOIRGB
Rev C
GAS DETECTION
Thank you for purchasing an INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC instrument. We appreciate your business.
We trust that our commitment to the technical excellence of our products will ensure your complete
satisfaction.
Please read the following document carefully.

LIM I TATI ON OF LI ABI LI TY

* INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC will not be liable under any circumstances for material losses, personal injury
or death resulting in whole or in part from the inappropriate use of this equipment, the installation or storage
of this equipment not in conformance with the instructions and warnings presented in this manual and/or not
in conformance with current standards and regulations.

* INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC neither condones nor authorizes any other company, individual or legal entity
to make any claims as to the liability of INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC, even if said company, individual or
legal entity is directly involved in the sale of INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC products.

* In no event will INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC be liable for any direct or indirect damage including those
resulting from the sale and the use of its products IF THOSE PRODUCTS WERE NOT SPECIFIED
AND SELECTED BY INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC FOR SUCH USE.

O WN ER S H I P C L A US ES

* The images, blueprints, specifications and information contained in this document belong to INDUSTRIAL
SCIENTIFIC.

* This information may not be physically, electronically or otherwise reproduced, copied, disclosed, or
translated, either in part or in whole, or used in the manufacturing or sale of INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC
equipment, nor for any other reason without prior permission from INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC.

WARN INGS

* This document is not contractual. On behalf of its clients, Industrial Scientific reserves the right to modify the
technical characteristics of its equipment without notice to improve product performance.

* CAREFULLY READ THIS DOCUMENT BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT: this document should be
carefully read by any individual who has or who will have the authority to use, maintain or repair this
equipment.

* Any and all warrantees and performance claims will only be valid if the equipment is operated,
maintained and repaired in accordance with INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC directives, by
INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC personnel or by personnel appointed by INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC.

WARR AN TY

* Two-year return to factory warranty under normal operating conditions on parts and labor; consumable
materials excluded (sensors, filters, etc.)
Earth screw

Fastening lug

Figure 1
O LC TOI R LC"T E"I Rve r s io n
Awviet hc acnotiif-fsepal anst hi -
p r ocjoevcet rio n

Cable gland, M20


(for armoured or non-armoured
cable)
4
REP NBR DESIGNATION REF OFSA
1 1 ANTI-SPLASH COVER 6313862
2 1 O-RING DIA. DIAM=65x3 6136242
3 1 LOCKING NUT M 5 6903376
4 1 METAL ENCLOSURE COVER 6123723
6 2 EEx 2-PIN TERMINAL BLOCK 6152989
7 1 O-RING DIA DIAM=69x2 6135036
8 1 IR SENSOR LED CARD 6451495

OPTION
5 1 CABLE GLAND, M20, ARMOURED CABLE OR 6343489
CABLE GLAND, M20, NON-ARMOURED CABLE 6343493

Figure 2
O LC T I R
Exp lo d ed v i e w
5
F i g ur e 3
O LC T I R

Check LED
C o nnec t io n t er m i n a l
b lo c k

Magnetic receiver

Ser
0V OLCT IR connections
Output signal in mA (terminal 1 of
Iout INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC central units)

Power supply 0 V (terminal 2 of


Iout +24VDC 0V INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC central units)

Power supply + (terminal 3 of


+24VDC INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC central units)

Ser = service (do not use)

the electric wires will be equipped


with a crimped end

Cable gland, M20


(for armoured or non-armoured
cable)

6
Earth screw

Fastening lug

F i g ur e 4
GAS INLET AND
O LC T I R
OUTLET
w i t h g as c ir c u l a t io n he ad
( c a l i b r at io n p ip e)
GAS CIRCULATION Cable gland, M20 /M25
HEAD

7
Bracket : 6132380

F i g ur e 5
F a s t e n i n g s ys t e m f o r O LC T I R
w it h ad ap to r b r ac k et

8
CONTENTS

1. INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................................................... 10

2. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS (1) ............................................................................................................. 11


2.1. Interference of common gases on the OLCT IR (CH4 and HC)......................................12

3. INSTALLATION ........................................................................................................................................................... 13
3.1. Safety Precautions ...........................................................................................................13
3.2. Mechanical installation....................................................................................................13
3.3. Electrical installation .......................................................................................................13

4. START UP.......................................................................................................................................................................... 14

5. MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................................................................................... 14
5.1. Corrective maintenance ...................................................................................................14
5.2. Periodic maintenance .......................................................................................................14
5.3. Verification......................................................................................................................15
5.4. Calibration: ......................................................................................................................15

6. DISPOSAL ......................................................................................................................................................................... 17

7. LIST OF ACCESSORIES ........................................................................................................................................ 18

8. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE IN ATEX EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES


AND FOR OPERATING SECURITY ............................................................................................................. 19
8.1. Use in ATEX explosive atmospheres ..............................................................................19
8.2 Operating security............................................................................................................19

9. MARKING: ....................................................................................................................................................................... 21

10. MANUFACTURER’S DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY........................................................ 22

9
1. I NT RO D UC T I O N

The OLCT IR gas detector is designed to measure explosive gas or CO2 levels in the environment. The
infrared technology used by the OLCT IR guarantees extreme detection accuracy.

Powered with direct current, the OLCT IR delivers a normalized current of 4-20 mA according to the measured
concentration of gas. It is equipped with a local calibration device, which enables calibration in ATEX zones without
the need to open the detector case.

The OLCT IR detector can be used in atmospheres containing explosive gases and dust and meets all of the
essential requirements of the European ATEX 94/9/EC directive and the following European EN and international IEC
standards:

- EN 60079-0: 2006 IEC 60079-0: 2004


- EN 60079-1: 2004 IEC 60079-1: 2003
- EN 60079-7: 2004 IEC 60079-7: 2001
- EN 60079-11: 2007 IEC 60079-11: 2006
- EN 61241-0: 2006 IEC 61241-0: 2004
- EN 61241-1: 2004 IEC 61241-1: 2004

The OLTC IR is available in various configurations. The primary configurations are listed below:

Methane Version (CH4 ):


- Optimized for methane detection with a standard range of 0-100% LEL. (0-5% vol)
- This version can be adjusted to a range of 0-4.4% vol for use in countries that use this value as the lower
explosive limit for methane.
- Methane detection from 0 to 100% vol.

HC Version:

- Optimized for the detection of saturated hydrocarbons (propane, butane, pentane, hexane, ethanol). The
standard range can be set in the factory:

C3 H8 – 0 to 100% LELC4 H10 – 0 to 100% LEL


C2 H6 O – 0 to 100% LEL
C6 H14 – 0 to 100% LEL

CO2 Version:

- Optimized for CO2 detection on a scale of 0 to 3% vol.

10
2. T EC HN I C AL S P E C I F I C AT I O NS ( 1 )
Detection method Optics: Infrared absorption
Gases detected (3) Methane: Propane, Butane, Hexane, Ethanol (2); CO2
Note: Programmed by INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC in factory
Standard measurement scales 100% LEL CH4 , C3 H8 , C4 H10; 100% volume CH4 ; 3% CO2
Accuracy +/-3% LEL CH4 or +/- 5 % of indication
+/-2% LEL HC or +/ - 3 % of indication
Long term stability in temperatures between Zero: +/-1 LEL
-25°C and 55°C. gain : +/-5% LEL or +/- 10% of indication

Response time without protective cover T50 < 7 seconds


with protective cover T90 < 8 seconds
T50 < 10 seconds
T90 < 16 seconds
Power supply at detector terminals 16 to 30 VDC
Average consumption 2.5 min. watts (max intermittent current = 500 mA)
Output current (signal) Source of coded current between 0 to 25 mA (non-isolated)
linear 4-20 mA current proportional to gas levels detected 0 mA:
electronic fault or power failure
0.5 mA: optical fault, temperature out of range
2 mA: calibration mode
current higher than 23 mA: scale exceeded
Cable type Shielded with 3 active wires
Max. resistance per cable conductor (with 8 ohms in loop (250 m in 1.5 mm²)
INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC central controller)
Max. resistance of output current 300 ohms
Cable inlet type M20 cable gland
Cable thickness Armored cable: Outside diameter 8.5 to 16 mm
Inside diameter 6 to 12mm
Unarmored cable: Inside diameter 6 to 12mm
Detector operating temperature -25°C to 55°C
(-40°C to 55°C available upon request)
Storage temperature: -40°C to 55°C
Electromagnetic Compatibility Conforms with EN 50270
IP Rating IP66
Explosive atmospheres Conforms to European Directive ATEX 94/9/EC (see attached
declaration) and to the IEC Ex Schema
Weight 1.6 Kg
Materials INOX 316L
Humidity 0 to 99% relative humidity (noncondensing)
Pressure influence Measurement: partial pressure

(1) Due to the continual improvement of our products, INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC reserves the right to
modify the product specifications listed in this document at any time.
(2) The majority of organic components comprising C-H bonds
(3) Hydrogen is not detected.
Saturated hydrocarbons trigger more signals than CH4 (typically 5 to 7 times more), while unsaturated or
benzenic hydrocarbons trigger fewer signals than CH4 .
Insensitive to silicones, H2 S, for the explosive gas version, non-condensing water vapor, O2 , N2…

11
Warning: Acetylene and ammonia interfere with detector measurements. If acetylene is present in quantities
over 2,000 ppm or if ammonia is present in quantities exceeding 10,000 ppm, the presence of other
gases may be masked.

2.1. Interference of common gases on the OLCT IR (CH4 and HC)

Any organic molecule with at least one C-H bond except for acetylene can potentially be detected by the OLCT IR,
though the sensitivity level will vary.

Note the following:

• Regardless of the type of sensor, saturated hydrocarbons are more easily detected than CH4 ;
• The OLTC IR CH4 is more sensitive to CH4 and less sensitive to hydrocarbons than the OLCT IR HC;
• For an OLCT IR CH4 : an output signal of 20mA signals a 100% LEL CH4 or 20% LEL C3 H8 value (a
factor of 5);
• For an OLCT IR HC: an output signal of 6.4mA signals a 100% LEL CH4 or 14% LEL C3 H8 value (a
factor of 7);
• The OLCT IR HC is generally better adapted for saturated molecules such as alkanes, alcohols, ketones,
organic acids, esters and ethers.
• The OLCT IR CH4 is generally better adapted for unsaturated alkene and aromatic type molecules with
C-H bonds, which often give a weaker signal than CH4

For example, the response curves at +/-15 % for OLCT IR detectors for common HCs.

• OLCT IR CH4

OLCTIRCH4
OLCTIR CH4 calibrated
calibré CHfor
4 : Interférence des principaux
CH4: Interference alcanes
of the main & and
alcanes alcools
alcohols
%
%LEL
LELCH4
CH4
100,0

90,0

80,0

70,0
Méthane
Methane CH4
CH4
60,0 Propane C3H
Propane C3H8
8
Butane C4H10
Butane C4H10
Hexane C6H14
Hexane C6H14
50,0
Nonane C9H20
Nonane C9H20
Cyclohexane C6H10
Cyclohexane C6H10
40,0 Méthanol CH3OH
Methanol
Ethanol
Ethanol C2H6O
C2H6O
30,0

20,0

10,0

0,0
0,0 10,0 20,0 30,0 40,0 50,0 60,0 70,0 80,0 90,0 100,0
Conc
Conc [% LEL]

12
• OLCT IR HC propane calibrated

IR HC
OLCT IR HC calibrated
calibré C3H 8 : C3H8
for Interférence des principaux
: Interference alcanes
of the main & alcools
alcanes & alcools
% LEL C3H8
C3 H8
100,0

90,0

80,0

70,0
Methane CH4
Méthane
60,0 Propane C3H8
Butane C4H10
Hexane C6H14
50,0
Nonane C9H20
Cyclohexane C6H10
40,0 Méthanol CH3OH
Methanol
Ethanol C2H6O
30,0

20,0

10,0

0,0
0,0 10,0 20,0 30,0 40,0 50,0 60,0 70,0 80,0 90,0 100,0
Conc [%
Conc [% LEL]
LEL)

3. I NS T AL L AT I O N
WARNING: Before proceeding, refer to paragraph 8 titled, “Specific Instructions for Assembly in Explosive
Atmospheres” on page 18.

3.1. Safety Precautions


The detector must be installed in an appropriate location to enable optimal protection.

The OLCT IR detector must be mounted horizontally so that the arrow on the protective cover points up.
If mounted incorrectly, the OLCT IR detector may not be able to detect gases or vapors in the air.

3.2. Mechanical installation


- Follow the aforementioned safety instructions carefully
- Inspect the detector: see Figures 1 and 4.
- The OLCT IR detector is intended to be mounted on a vertical support structure, such as a wall. If
mounted on a horizontal surface, use an adaptor bracket (part number 6132380, see Fig. 5).

3.3. Electrical installation


- Ensure that the installation complies with currently enforced standards, EN/IEC 60079-14, EN/IEC 61241-
14 standards, zone classification, and all other enforced editions or national standards.
- To ensure the proper functioning of the detector, cable resistance should remain within the limits specified
in the technical specifications table.
- Power supply at detector terminals: 16 to 30 VDC
Installation:
- Remove the protective cover (see Ref. 4, Fig 2) to access the connection terminals
- Connect the 3 active wires as shown in Fig 3.
- Replace the protective cover
- Ground the detector body (Fig. 1).

13
-

4. S T ART UP
- Verify that all equipment connections and installations have been performed correctly.
- To avoid the accidental triggering of alarms, start up in safety mode (alarms are blocked).
- Power up the equipment and wait 2 or 3 minutes to allow it to stabilize: (During the first minute of warm-
up, the detector will deliver a current of 2 mA)
- Test the zero (4 mA) and gas response. For CO2 , inject nitrogen to correctly adjust the zero setting.

5. M AI NT E NA NC E

! The adjustment operations in this paragraph are reserved for authorized, trained personnel because they
may compromise detection reliability.
Never open a detector case containing an inert gas. If the detector is opened, the sensor must be returned to a
factory for repair.

Inspection and maintenance operations must be conducted in accordance with EN60079-17 or IEC 60079-17,
currently enforced editions or other national standards.

The OLCT IR is designed to require mini mal maintenance.


Regularly inspecting the detector heads is the only maintenance needed.

5.1. Corrective maintenance

Optical surfaces only need to be cleaned in the event of an optical disturbance (output current of 0.5 mA) or
signal drift:
- remove the protective cover (Ref. 1 Fig. 2)
- clean the optical surfaces with a soft, lint-free cloth and isopropyl alcohol
- if necessary, clean the optional mosquito cover and the protective cover
- allow to dry
- replace the protective cover, ensuring that the arrow is properly oriented.

5.2. Periodic maintenance

Warning: The adjustment operations in this paragraph are reserved for authorized, trained personnel
because they may compromise detection reliability.

Gas detectors are safety devices. In consideration of this, Industrial Scientific recommends regular testing of fixed gas
detection installations. This type of test consists of injecting a standard gas of sufficient concentration into the sensor to
set off the pre-adjusted alarms. This test does not, in any event, replace a full calibration of the sensor.

Industrial Scientific also recommends completely calibrating detectors with a known and certified concentration of gas
every 3 or 4 months.

Frequency of gas testing depends on the industrial application in which the sensors are used. Inspection should occur
frequently during the months following installation startup, later it may be spaced out if no significant problem is
observed. Time intervals between tests should not exceed 3 months.

If a detector does not react upon contact with gas, it must be calibrated. Calibration frequency should be adapted based
on test results. However, it should not be greater than one year.

14
Industrial Scientific recommends using a test gas to calibrate detectors.

The site manager is responsible for implementing the safety procedures on his site. Industrial
Scientific is not responsible for implementing safety procedures.

5.3. Verification
Ø Required equipment:
- A gas calibration kit (test gas tank and accessories)
- A test cover (Part no. 6313829)
Ø Procedure
- Use the test cover to inject a test gas (at 2l/m) and check for an accurate reading or for the
triggering of appropriate alarms (note; without the test cover, the level may be underestimated
(in winds > 20Km/h)

5.4. Calibration:
Ø Required equipment:
- A gas calibration kit (test gas tank and accessories)
- A magnet for using the maintenance menu and for validating settings (Part no. 6155651)
calibration pipe (Part no. 6313863)

Preparation:
- Verify that the equipment is functioning normally
- Put the central controller into calibration mode (relays are blocked)
- Remove the screw (Ref. 3, Fig 2) and remove the protective cover
- Position the calibration hood as shown in Fig. 4
- Connect the kit tube to one of the hood terminals
- Inject air or the test gas at a flow rate between 1 l/min to 2 l/min (stabilization time: 2 min).
- The concentration of test gas that must be used is shown on the detector
- Use a battery to complete the procedure as indicated by the red LED (Ref. 8, Fig 2)

Calibration:
Procedure
Calibration is usually limited to adjusting the zero. Sensitivity adjustments are only performed on rare occasions (if
performed more often: see diagram).
- Adjust the zero in a gas-free environment
- If clean air is not available, inject nitrogen or reconstituted air to ensure that the zero is properly adjusted;
for CO2 , inject nitrogen.
- Follow the instructions in the diagram
- After the procedure: Stop injecting gas and replace the original anti-projection cover, taking care that the
arrow is properly oriented
- Put the central measuring controller back into “normal mode” (relays are no longer blocked).

WARNING : During the calibration, the security function is no guaranteed and the output current is
blocked at 2mA up to the end of the procedure.

15
I out: measurement current
Nor mal operation (4 to 20 mA)
LED: Off

Fast sweep of the magnet

- Calling up the calibration procedure I out: 2 mA


LED: Slow flash

Exit from procedure


Slow sweep of the magnet without action

- Zero setting: I out: 2 mA


§ Inject nitrogen on LED: Moderate flash
the OCLT IR
transmitter
Note: Waiting time for the zero to Exit from procedure
Slow sweep of the magnet without action
stabilise ~ 20 s

Fast sweep of the magnet

I out: 2 mA
- Validation of the zero and switch LED: Slow flash
to sensitivity setting

Exit from procedure


Slow sweep of the magnet with zero validation
- Abort sensitivity setting

I out: 2 mA
- Or continuation of sensitivity
LED: Moderate flash
setting procedure (inject the
amount of standard reference gas
indicated on the OLCT IR)
Note: Waiting time for the value to
stabilise ~ 90 s

NO = Exit from with zero


- Validation of sensitivity?
Slow sweep of the validation
magnet

YES =
Fast sweep of the magnet

- I out: depending on the


measurement or faults
LED: Off

16
KEY:

§ Magnet Movement: Action of moving the magnet in front of the magnetic receptor located near the red light
emitting diode (Fig. 3).

§ Fast movement: < 1s.

§ Slow movement: > 1s. up to the point where the procedure output is acknowledged (red LED off).

§ I out : output current

§ LED: (red off or blinking).

Note: the interval between each battery movement cannot exceed 10 minutes or the procedure will be canceled
and the equipment will return to normal operation mode.

6. D I S P O S AL

For the preservation, protection and improvement of environmental quality, and for the protection
of human health and the prudent and rational utilization of natural resources, the OLCT IR must
be disposed of separately from electronic equipment and cannot be disposed of with normal
household waste. The user therefore has an obligation to separate the OLCT IR from other waste
to ensure that it is recycled safely for the environment.For further details on existing collection
sites, contact the local administration or seller of the product.

17
7. L I S T O F AC C E S S O RI E S
Accessories Part No.

Gas flow head / Calibration pipe 6313863

Test hood 6313829

Calibration magnet 6155651

Protection shield (weather and solar 6124976


radiation shield)

Mounting bracket (bolts not included) 6132380

Anti-projection cover 6313862

Cross point screw M5 D40 6903376

OLCT IR Mosquito cover 6313946

Refer to Figures 2 and 4

Warning: Storage temperature: -40°C to 55°C

18
8. S P E C I AL I NS T RUC T I O NS F O R US E I N AT E X E X P L O S I V E
AT M O S P HE RE S A ND F O R O P E RAT I NG S E C U RI T Y

8.1. Use in ATEX explosive atmospheres


In general, the ambient temperature, the power supply voltage and power mentioned below pertain to safety precautions
against explosion. These parameters are not metrological data (refer to the technical characteristics table).

- Conformity to European Harmonized EN standards and to international IEC standards:

The OLCT IR conforms to the following standards:

Protection against explosion:


- EN 60079-0: 2006 IEC 60079-0: 2004
- EN 60079-1: 2004 IEC 60079-1: 2003
- EN 60079-7: 2004 IEC 60079-7: 2001
- EN 60079-11: 2007 IEC 60079-11: 2006
- EN 61241-0: 2006 IEC 61241-0: 2004
- EN 61241-1: 2004 IEC 61241-1: 2004

Methane and Propane reference gas, metrological performance:

- EN 61779-1 and EN 61779-4 of January 2005

Electromagnetic Compatibility:

- EN 50270 of April 1999

- Operating Zones:
- the equipment is authorized for use in zones 1, 2, 21 and 22 for ambient temperatures between -50°C
to + 65°C

- Installation:
- Orientation: the OLCT IR detector must be installed vertically, with the arrow on the protective cover
pointing up.

- Cable inlet: the cable gland must offer IP 66 degrees of protection in accordance with EN 60529 or
IEC 60529 and adapted to the operating temperature.

8.2 Operating security


The detector OLCT IR is compliant with EN 50402 for SIL 2 capability by INERIS for, CH4 and HC versions
(Certificate INERIS 03ATEX0141X/02). This normative in force since 2005 is dedicated to electrical devices for gas
detection and monitoring (flammable, toxic and oxygen) and states the minimum requirement for the gas detection fixed
system security. The detector OLCT IR was developed in conformity with the safety standard IEC 61508. The safety
function of the OLCT IR is the detection of combustible gases by infrared absorption technology and a 4-20mA output,
current proportional to the gas concentration as a percentage of the LEL, respectively from 0 to 100% LEL. In case of
default, the output will fall-back position with a current less than or equal to 1 mA or greater than or equal to 23mA.

Frequency of periodic test ? DU PFDavg SFF DC SIL capability


1 year 3.5 10-7 1.6 10-3 90% 72.3% 2

? DU : failure rate per hour


PFDavg : probability failure on demand
SFF : safety failure fraction
DC : fraction between dangerous failures rate and total failures rate.

19
- Wiring/ Connections:
Wiring must comply with the prevailing regulations for installations in explosive atmospheres, notably the
IEC/EN 60079-14 and IEC/EN 60079-17 standards. The cables must have mechanical protection.

When conductors are connected to the terminal, the distance between live components and grounded metal
components must be greater than 2.5mm.

- Grounding:
The detector must be connected to the ground with the external ground connection with corrosion protection.

- Power supply:
Voltage at detector terminals = 30 VDC max, 16 VDC min.
Max power = 5.8 Watts

- Replacing screws:
If you need to replace a screw from the anti-combustion component of the support structure, use an A4.70 or higher
quality screw.

- Dusty atmospheres:
When using the equipment in dusty, explosive atmospheres, the equipment should be thoroughly cleaned on a regular
basis to prevent the build up of dust. The maximum thickness for dust buildup is less than 5 mm. The support/sensor
and support/metal cover joints must be covered in paraffin-type oil.

Transfer curve and power supply parameters

The following curve shows the output current value for the OLCT IR transmitter in relation to the concentration of gas,
special maintenance statuses and faults. In the event that the user connects the transmitter to a non-ISC OLDHAM
central controller, the user must ensure that the OLTC IR transfer curve is comparable to the central controller input
characteristics to correctly interpret the data coming in from the transmitter.

In addition, the central controller should provide a power supply of 16 to 32 VDC to the detector terminals, with
intermittent point current at 500 mA. The maximu m length of the connection cable is determined in relation to the
above characteristics.

Output Current in
Sortie Courant en mA
mA
Fault
Défaut
OutHors
of 23,2
gamme
range mA
20,0
mA

4,0
2.4
Maintenance mA
mA
2.0
Mode
mode mA
Maintenance 1.2
Défaut
Fault mA
Fault
Défaut
Concentration
0 100 Concentration
-10 %
% in %
En % LIE
LEL
% 120
%

20
9. M ARK I NG :

OLCT IR Markings
Markings appear in the form of stickers applied on the cover of the connection case. The marking must include
the following information:

• On the connection case cover

INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC-OLDHAM
CE0080
OLCT IR

II 2GD
Ex d e ia IIC T4
Ex tD A21 IP66 T135°C

Amb . Temp -50°C 65°C


U max.: 38 V P max.: 5.8 W

IECEx INE 07.0005X


INERIS 03ATEX0141X
serial number
manufacture year
Warning: Disconnect power supply before opening

• By the mirror

Ex e II T4
U max.: 38V
P max.: 0.875W

• On the metal body

Ex d IIC T4

21
1 0 . M ANUF AC T URE R’ S D E C L AR AT I O N O F C O NF O RM I T Y

22
23