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TE-WILBUR OPERATIONS MANUAL REV 002.15 06/11/2015
Tisch Environmental 1-TSP-AND-PM10 sales@tisch-env.com www.tisch-env.com Page 55 of 183
NOTE: Once a sample is canceled, it must be setup again in the sample setup
menu. If the sampler is set for a 1 in x sample schedule and the
sample is canceled, the 1 in x sample schedule must be reconfigured
in order for the sampler to run again.
NOTE: If the sampler is set for a 1 in x sample and the date is changed to the
future, the sample will be automatically cancelled and must be setup
again. Also, if there is an extended power fail and if the 1 in x
sample is missed, it will cancel the sample and the sample must be
setup again.
6.5 Sample Alarms
When a sample is running, there are certain events, or alarms, that will shut
down a sample per USEPA specifications. There are also events that do not
shut down the sample, but will be logged in the history log and are called
Warnings.
When an alarm shuts down the sample, the history log will automatically
appear alerting the operator that there has been an alarm and the sample has
been shut down.
The following alarms will shut down a sample:
Shutdown Sample Alarms
Flow
Alarms when flowmeter is unplugged, goes over
range (25 Lpm) or the electronics detects an
internal problem with the sensor.
Barometric Pressure
Alarms when barometric pressure board is
unplugged, if the pressure falls below 550mmHg,
the pressure goes above 850mmHg or if the
electronics detects an internal problem with the
sensor.
Ambient Temperature
Alarms when the temperature drops below -90
Degrees Celsius, goes above 60 Degrees Celsius,
is unplugged or the electronics detect an internal
problem with the sensor.
Filter Temperature
Alarms when the temperature drops below -90
Degrees Celsius, goes above 60 Degrees Celsius,
is unplugged or the electronics detect an internal
problem with the sensor.
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