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  • 1. Setup Programming TS-750 Guide Automatic Tank Gauge and Leak Detection System TS-750 TANK SENTINEL Part Number: 000-0752 Rev. A Copyright © February 2002 Page FC - 1
  • 2. NOTICE INCON has strived to produce the finest possible manual for you, and to ensure that the information contained in it is complete and accurate. However, INCON makes no expressed or implied warranty with regard to its contents. INCON assumes no liability for errors or omissions, or for any damages, direct or consequential, that result from the use of this document or the equipment which it describes. This document contains proprietary information and is protected by copyright. All rights are reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form without the prior written consent of INCON. INCON reserves the right to change this document at any time without notice. Need Help ? Contact INCON at: INTELLIGENT CONTROLS, INC. PO Box 638 SACO ME 04072 Office Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST Monday through Friday Sales 24-hour Technical Service Phone: (800) 872-3455 Phone: (800) 984-6266 Fax: (207) 283-0158 Fax: (207) 282-9002 E-mail: sales@incon.com E-mail: tech@incon.com After Hours Cell Phone: (207) 229-4437 Tank Sentinel ® SCALD® Brite® BriteBox® BriteBus® BriteSensors® are registered trademarks of INCON and ® INCON is a registered trademark of Intelligent Controls, Inc. Copyright 1997, 1998, 2002 by Intelligent Controls, Inc. — all rights reserved. — ❖ — TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 3. P PREFACE Contents: Scope of This Manual Leaving (Exit) Setup Graphic Symbol, Page # Menu Conventions, Key Programming & Layout Conventions Action, Alpha-Numeric Input Before you Begin Programming Alarm, Limits, – Site Information Required or Inputs to Output Groups – Other Sources of Info. Programming Output Devices Graphic Symbol Conventions NOTE
  • 4. Important information, tips, and hints are highlighted by the NOTE graphic. CAUTION or WARNING messages are highlighted by the WARNING graphic and contain instructions that must be followed to avoid faulty equipment operation, or an explosion or shock hazards. If ignored, severe injury or death may result ! DANGER messages are highlighted by the DANGER graphic and contain instructions that must be followed to avoid an explosion or electrical shock hazard. If ignored, severe injury or death will result ! — ❖ — End of Chapter symbol Page Numbering Convention – Example: Page 4 - 1 = Chapter 4 page 1 ...Page 6.1 - 2 = Chapter 6 . Section 1 – Page 2 Page Layout Convention – Example: Chapter Number & Name (TOP LEFT FIRST PAGE) Chapter Contents Manual Name Chapter Name (EVEN NUMBERED PAGES) (ODD NUMBERED PAGES) Page Number Page Number Chapter Number Chapter Number PREFACE Page P - i P
  • 5. Before you Begin – Read This CAUTION Leaking underground storage tanks ( USTs ) and fuel lines cause serious environmental and health hazards. The Tank Sentinel® system is designed to detect leaks in tanks by tank tightness / leak testing with liquid level probes, and/or with leak detection sensors. You must follow the instructions in this manual carefully to ensure that the system is programmed properly and is effective in detecting leaks. Site Information Required • Site plan showing the location, size, and model #s of all tanks, probes and sensors? • Dispenser Manufacturer Documentation? • Pump Manufacturers’: Type, Model #s, and suction inlet distance off the bottom? • Remote Tank Overfill Alarm / Acknowledge Installed (TS-RA1 or TS-RA2 / TS-RK)? • Type, Model, Size and Manufacturer of each Tank? • Tank Manufacturers’: Tank Chart / Strapping Table (s) for each tank or the diameter and length of each tank? • Are any tanks identical (tanks, probe data, and alarm limits can be copied)? • Standard probe data (model number, shaft length, gradient, serial number), Special Probe Data (ie RTD / Temperature sensor locations)? • Tank # – Probe # – model number assignments and input channels for each tank? • Leak Detection Sensors that are installed in or near or associated with each tank including input channel number assignments? • Product in each tank (API specific gravity) and the type & number of float(s) / probe? • State and Local Regulations (testing requirements, reporting requirements, and hotline numbers, and other information that you and/or the customer will need)? Other Sources of Information Use the TOC (Table of Contents) to find information within this manual and see the following INCON documentation: • Installation Guide • Operator’s Guide • TroubleShooting Guide • Leak Detection Sensor – Installation Guides (one per type / family of sensor) • Service Bulletins • Application Notes P Page P - ii TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 6. Scope of This Manual This manual shows the setup-programming of Tank Sentinel system. Each Chapter is dedicated to a specific parent menu (see Parent Menus below). Menu Conventions The menu structure in this manual is shown in an indented format: PARENT MENUs are above and to the left of sub-menus and SUB-MENUs are below and to the right of parent menus. Default VALUES, SETPOINTS, & LIMITS are shown first and in ITALIC text. Parent Menus 16 17 18 UPPERROW–DISPLAYTEXT SELECTMENUOPTION LOWERROW–DISPLAYTEXT SETUP UPGRADE LANGUAGE DA ALOG T MENU keys M1 thru M4 M1 M2 M3 M4 NOTES Numbers within boxes are 1 SETUPMENU 2* 3* (MORE)
  • 7. Chapter #s. Some parent menus, or sub-menus will not appear unless: EXIT SYSTEM TANKS PROBES * a related setup menu / feature is selected ** the accessory (hardware) is installed and M1 M2 M3 M4 the system is powered up 4* 5* 6 7*** ***the appropriate options have been SETUPMENU (MORE) PRODUCTS MANIFOLDS REPORTS LKTESTS purchased M1 M2 M3 M4 Key Action 8*** 9 10 11 MENU keys – use (press) to: SETUPMENU (MORE) SCLDTEST CLK/CAL ANNUNC RELAYS • choose / display other menus or sub- menus or exit SETUP mode • move the cursor left or right through a text M1 M2 M3 M4 string (M1 = left, M2 = right) 12* 13 14 15 • backspace over / delete a character in a SETUPMENU (MORE) text string (M4 backspaces from the right) SENSORS AUXINPUT COMPORTS DA ACAPTR T KEY PAD keys – use (press): • ï CANCEL to cancel an input or to exit M1 M2 M3 M4 out of a menu • L UP or DOWN M to display more menus when (MORE) is shown, or other selections from a sub-menu when (UP/DN) is shown • Use the ENTER key to accept the displayed choice or value for storage into setup memory PREFACE Page P - iii P
  • 8. Key Action (CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE... ) • ACK SHIFT key is used to change the preconditioned input character type... the display shows either an A...M or the word NUMERIC when an alphanumeric or numeric input is expected. Press the ACK SHIFT key N times to change the current input character type to another type (look at the upper right corner of display while doing this). See the Operator’s manual about using the ACK SHIFT key to silence and acknowledge alarms, and to start an output grace period (programmable length of time). Alpha-Numeric Input (example) The example below is what you would see when Press the ACK SHIFT key Upper right N times to DISPLAY the programming SYSTEM ID... (push keys: DISPLAY input character type ( #__ ) shows the then press the Key of choice. MENU M1 M2 M2 M1) to display: input (#1) (#2) selection input a LOCATIONLINE1 A...M ...shown A...M letter N...Z INCON BACKSPACE here within dashed COMMAND M1 M2 M3 M4 lines Typical (#3) NUMERIC A...M means that the system is conditioned to Key number or special character input the upper left letter of any key (A B C D E F G H I J K L M)... see below: Press ACK SHIFT key once again to display: A N LOCATIONLINE1 N...Z A BACKSPACE PRODUCT M1 M2 M3 M4 1 N...Z means that the system is conditioned to input the upper left letter of any key (N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z) – conditioning remains until changed – see below: NOTE The shift Press ACK SHIFT key once again to display: function will remain in the LOCATIONLINE1 NUMERIC current input character mode A 0.1 N BACKSPACE (or position) until the ACK SHIFT key is pressed again. M1 M2 M3 M4 NUMERIC means that the system is conditioned to input the lower character of any key (numbers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 . + /– or a SPACE)... see above. P Page P - iv TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 9. Programming Alarms, Limits, or Inputs to Output Groups The TS-750 Tank Sentinel includes a powerful setup feature called – Output Groups (OGs). Alarms, limits, and inputs (Aux.) can be assigned / programmed to output groups (OUT GROUP or OG). An output device will turn on or off when an alarm is active in any of its assigned output group(s). Up to 32 output group(s) can be assigned or programmed to any output device... also see Programming Output Devices. The standard output devices are annunciators and relays. Example: TANK 1, ALARMS and the H LIM OG (high product level limit) menus: The HIGH LIM (high product TANKALARM1 (MORE) level limit) has a associated COPY HG I I HL M HLIMOG HG I H I HH G H LIM OG – high limit output group next to it. M1 M2 M3 M4 HIGH PRODUCT OUTPUT GROUP 1 (UP/DN) Each limit, alarm or input can NONE be assigned to one of the 34 Output Group choices — M1 M2 M3 M4 GROUP A thru FF, or to ALL output GROUPS, or to NONE HIGH PRODUCT OUTPUT GROUP 1 (UP/DN) ( no output group = default ). GROUPA Record output group assignments for each alarm, M1 M2 M3 M4 limit, or input in the provided OG Worksheets. HIGH PRODUCT OUTPUT GROUP 1 (UP/DN) ALL GROUPS M1 M2 M3 M4 Example Output Group Assignment WORKSHEET (partial) OG = Output Group - Output Group Assignment WORKSHEET Output Group choices - Example - System: NONE = default setting (others are: GROUP A thru FF & ALL GROUPS) NONE LEAK OG A Tank Leak turns on Modulated Annunciator, Relay 2 for external leak light A THEFT OG T Sentinel Mode Theft Limit (turns on external product theft light) B SYSFL OG F System Fail - software or hardware failures - (activates solid annunciator) C Output Devices: Modulated Annunciator, Solid Annunciator, Relay 1, Relay 2, 1/O Output Module E Channel # 1 to # __ (record all OG Assignments in the vertical column) F PREFACE Page P - v P
  • 10. Programming Output Devices: After assigning alarms and limits to output group(s), program the appropriate output devices to respond to any or all output groups (OGs) Example Applications: Turn on external Tank Overfill Alarm & solid console annunciator (when a high or high high product level – alarm limit is reached) Program the (above) alarm limits for each tank. Assign the associated H LIM OG or HH LIM OG output groups to one alarm group for each tank (ie GROUP O). Program the solid annunciator (alarm horn) and relay 1 output devices to react to any GROUP O alarm by assignment... change GROUP O – (dash) to a Y. The external TS-RA2 or RA1 alarm unit (wired to relay 1) will turn on / off with relay 1. This way a high level condition in any tank will activate the solid annunciator and the external alarm connected to relay 1. To disable a STP & turn on the modulated console annunciator (when a low low product or high water – alarm limit is reached) Program the (above) alarm limits for each tank. Assign the associated LL LIM OG and W LIM OG output groups to a unique alarm group for each tank (ie GROUP P for TANK 1 & GROUP S for TANK 4). Program the modulated annunciator (alarm horn) output device to activate and react to any alarm by assignment... change GROUP P Q R S – (dash) to a Y. Example Output Device – OUTPUT GROUP Assignments (shown filled-in) Leaving (Exit) Setup Programming There are two ways to leave the setup mode. These are: Output Device — OUTPUT GROUP Assignment A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A A B B C C D D EE F F Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y OUTPUT GROUP GROUP The 24TH group Y – – Y Y Y – – – – – – – –Y Y Y Y Y – – – – Y – – – – – – – – X (Group X) is shown 1 32 assigned Y A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA BB CC DD EE FF Press: M1 to move the cursor left ï M2 to move the cursor right ð M4 to backspace (delete) one character to the left ï NOTE L UP / DOWN M to select (Y for yes assigned, or – (dash) for no not assigned)
  • 11. ENTER to store the setup into the system memory P Page P - vi TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 12. 1.) Use (press) the CANCEL key until the exit choice appears, then press the M1 key to exit the setup mode. SETUPMENU (MORE) EXIT SYSTEM TANKS PROBES M1 M2 M3 M4 – or – 2.) Wait until the Tank Sentinel console autoexits. The unit will automatically leave / exit the setup mode ( autoexit ) after three or four minutes of inactivity (if no key is pressed). This feature prevents the unit from being left in the setup mode for long periods of time... leak testing and leak detection are not active while in the setup mode. NOTE While viewing data in the normal run mode, the display will also revert to the normal
  • 13. display after shorter period of key inactivity (20 or 30 seconds). PREFACE Page P - vii P
  • 14. Table of Contents P Preface .................................................................................................... P -i Graphic Symbol Conventions ................................................................................... P -i Page Numbering Convention – Example: ........................................................... P -i Page Layout Convention – Example: .................................................................. P -i Before you Begin – Read This ................................................................................... P -ii Site Information Required ....................................................................................... P -ii Other Sources of Information ................................................................................. P -ii Scope of This Manual ............................................................................................... P -iii Menu Conventions ................................................................................................ P -iii Parent Menus ..................................................................................................... P -iii Key Action ................................................................................................................ P -iii Alpha-Numeric Input (example) ......................................................................... P -iv Programming Alarms, Limits, or Inputs to Output Groups ........................................ P -v Example Output Group Assignment Worksheet (partial) ............................. P -v Programming Output Devices: ................................................................................ P -vi Example Applications: ....................................................................................... P -vi Example Output Device – Output Group Assignments (shown filled-in).......... P -vi Leaving (Exit) Setup Programming ......................................................................... P -vi 1 System Setup Programming................................................................. 1 -1 System Menu ............................................................................................................ 1 -1 Default Report Header Ø .................................................................................. 1 -2 2 Tanks Setup Programming ................................................................... 2 -1 Tanks Menu ............................................................................................................... 2 -1 Tanks – Tank Data N Menu (Continued... from previous page) ................................. 2 -2 Tanks – TANK ALARM N Menu ................................................................................. 2 -3 Figure 2 - 1 Typical Tank Limits .......................................................... 2 -3 Tanks – SPECIAL TANK N Menu .............................................................................. 2 -4 Worksheet 2-1 – Output Groups – Tanks 1 thru 4 ..................................................... 2 -6 3 Probes Setup Programming ................................................................. 4 -1 Probes Menu ............................................................................................................. 4 -1 Probes – Probe Data Menu (Continued... from previous page) ................................. 4 -2 Probes – SPECIAL (*) Menu ..................................................................................... 4 -2 TABLE 4.1 SPECIAL PROBE RTD POSITIONS ........................................... 4 -3 4 Products Setup Programming .............................................................. 5 -1 Products Menu .......................................................................................................... 5 -1 Product Data Menu (Continued... from previous page) ............................................. 5 -2 SPECIAL (*) PRODUCTS Menu .............................................................................. 5 -2 5 Manifolds Setup Programming ............................................................. 6 -1 Manifolds Menu ......................................................................................................... 6 -1 Manifolds Data Menu (Continued... from previous page)........................................... 6 -2 Manifolds ALARMS Menu ......................................................................................... 6 -2 Table of Contents Page TOC - 1 TOC
  • 15. 6 Reports Setup Programming ................................................................ 7 -1 Reports Menu ........................................................................................................... 7 -1 TABLE 7.2 24 HOUR TIME INPUT FORMAT......................................................................................... 7 -1 Reports Schedule Menu ........................................................................................... 7 -2 Tank Inventory Detail Report: .............................................................................. 7 -2 Tank Inventory Summary Report: ....................................................................... 7 -2 Product Inventory Detail Report: ......................................................................... 7 -2 Product Inventory Summary Report: .................................................................. 7 -3 Product Inventory Reconciliation Report: ........................................................... 7 -3 Product Usage Detail Report: ............................................................................. 7 -3 Product Usage Summary Report: ....................................................................... 7 -4 Delivery Detail Report: ........................................................................................ 7 -4 Delivery Summary Report: .................................................................................. 7 -4 Active Alarm Report: ........................................................................................... 7 -5 Cleared Alarm Report:......................................................................................... 7 -5 Alarm History Report: ......................................................................................... 7 -6 SCALD Leak Test: Report ................................................................................... 7 -6 Sensor Status Report ......................................................................................... 7 -6 Vapor Sensor: ...................................................................................................... 7 -7 Regulatory Report: .............................................................................................. 7 -7 7 Tank Leak Test Setup Programming ..................................................... 8 -1 Leak Test Menu (Static Tank) .................................................................................... 8 -1 Tank Leak Test Menu ................................................................................................. 8 -2 TABLE 8.2 24 HOUR TIME INPUT FORMAT......................................................................................... 8 -3 TABLE 8.1 TYPICAL TEST SCHEDULE ...................................................... 8 -3 Worksheet # 8-1 – Output Groups – Tank Leak Tests ............................................. 8 -4 8 SCALD ® Tank Leak Test Setup Programming .............................................................................. 9 -1 SCALD Tank Leak Test Menu .................................................................................... 9 -1 SCALD (tank leak) Test Menu ............................................................................................ 9 -2 9 Clock / Calendar Setup Programming ............................................................................ 11 -1 Clock / Calendar Menu ............................................................................................ 11 -1 TABLE 11.1 24 HOUR TIME INPUT FORMAT .................................... 11 -2 10 Annunciator Setup Programming ............................................................................ 12 -1 Annunciator Menu (Console Alarm Horn) ............................................................... 12 -1 Annunciator Timeout .......................................................................................... 12 -1 Modulated Annunciator Output Group (alarm assignment).......................... 12 -2 Solid Annunciator Output Group (alarm assignment) .................................. 12 -2 TOC Page TOC - 2 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 16. 11 Relays Setup Programming ................................................................ 13 -1 Relay Menu ............................................................................................................. 13 -1 Relay Timeout Note #A ............................................................................... 13 -1 Relay 1 Output Group (alarm assignment) .................................................................... 13 -2 TEST Relay 1 ................................................................................................. 13 -2 Relay Timeout Note #B ................................................................................... 13 -2 Relay 2 Output Group (alarm assignment) .................................................. 13 -3 TEST Relay 2 ................................................................................................. 13 -3 12 Sensors (Leak Detection) Setup Programming ................................. 15 -1 Sensors Menu ......................................................................................................... 15 -1 Naming Sensors ................................................................................................ 15 -1 Leak Detection Sensors ................................................................................................... 15 -3 Standard Sensors (below... all Alarms = STD N) .............................................. 15 -3 BriteSensors & alarms (all 3 wire – below)........................................................ 15 -3 Worksheet # 15-1 – Output Groups – Sensor Channels 1 to 8 .............................. 15 -4 13 Auxiliary Inputs Setup Programming ................................................. 16 -1 Aux. Input Menu ...................................................................................................... 16 -1 14 Communication Ports Setup Programming ....................................... 18 -1 Comm Ports Menu .................................................................................................. 18 -1 COMM PORT 1 Menu ............................................................................................. 18 -1 COMM PORT 2 Menu ............................................................................................. 18 -2 15 Upgrade Menu ..................................................................................... 20 -1 TS-UPGRADE ........................................................................................................ 20 -1 Upgrade Menu .................................................................................................................. 20 -2 16 Language Selection Menu .................................................................... 21-1 Language Selection Menu ........................................................................................ 21-1 Language Selection Notes .................................................................................... 21-1 17 Data Log Menu .................................................................................... 22 -1 Data Log Menu ........................................................................................................ 22 -1 Data Logging Notes .............................................................................................. 22 -1 18 Problem Solving (Alarms & Errors) ................................................... 23 -1 Problem Solving ...................................................................................................... 23 -1 Outputs DON’T Turn On When Expected ............................................................ 23 -8 A Appendix A Standard Tanks ............................................................... A - 1 B Appendix B Standard Products ......................................................... B - 1 C Appendix C Typical Tank Leak Test Times.......................................... C - 2 For 7 Tank Sizes at Half Capacity ( Worst Case is 50% Full ) ................................ C - 2 D Appendix D Part Number Codes ........................................................ D - 1 Tank Sentinel Part Numbering ................................................................................. D - 1 Example Part Numbers ........................................................................................ D - 1 Part Number Codes & Meaning ........................................................................... D - 2 Table of Contents Page TOC - 3 TOC
  • 17. U User Feedback Form .............................................................................. U-1 List of Tables and Figures Figure 2 - 1 Typical Tank Limits ............................................................. 2 - 3 TABLE 4.1 Special Probe RTD Positions ....................................................... 4 - 3 TABLE 7.1 Typical Report Schedule ............................................................. 7 - 1 TABLE 8.1 Typical ( Tank Leak Test ) Report Schedule ............................... 8 - 3 TABLE 11.1 24 Hour Time Input Format ....................................................... 11 - 2 List of Worksheets: Example Output Group Assignment Worksheet (partial) ............................ P - v Worksheet # 1-1 – System (Limits) Output Groups ........................................ 1 - 5 Worksheet # 2-1 – Output Groups – Tanks 1 thru 4 ........................................ 2 - 6 Worksheet # 2-2 – Output Groups – Tanks 5 thru 8 ........................................ 2 - 8 Worksheet # 6-1 – Output Groups – Manifolds 1 thru 4 ................................. 6 - 3 Worksheet # 8-1 – Output Groups – Tank Leak Tests: for Static & SCALD Tank Leak Tests .......................................................... 8 - 4 Worksheet # 10-1 – Output Groups – Line Leak Tests ................................ 10 - 5 Worksheet # 15-1 – Output Groups – Sensor Channels 1 to 8 ..................... 15 - 4 Worksheet # 15-2 – Output Groups – Sensor Channels 9 to 16 ................... 15 - 5 Worksheet # 15-3 – Output Groups – Sensor Channels 17 to 24 ................. 15 - 6 Worksheet # 15-4 – Output Groups – Sensor Channels 25 to 32 ................. 15 - 7 Worksheet # 15-5 – Output Groups – Sensor Channels 33 to 40 ................. 15 - 8 Worksheet #16-1 – Output Groups – Aux. Inputs 1 and 2 ........................... 16 - 3 Worksheet # 17-1 – Output Groups – External Inputs .................................. 17 - 6 Worksheet # 17-2 – Output Groups – Line Inputs (not TS-LLDI) .................. 17 - 7 List of Output Devices Output Group Assignments Example Output Device – Output Group Assignments (shown filled-in)......... P - vi Standard and Optional Output Devices ......................................................... P - vii Modulated Annunciator Output Group (alarm assignment) ........................... 12 - 2 Solid Annunciator Output Group (alarm assignment) .................................... 12 - 2 Relay 1 Output Group (alarm assignment) ................................................. 13 - 2 Relay 2 Output Group (alarm assignment) ................................................. 13 - 3 TS-ROM Channel 1 Output Group (alarm assignment) .......................... 14 - 2 TS-ROM Channel 2 Output Group (alarm assignment) .......................... 14 - 2 TS-ROM Channel 3 Output Group (alarm assignment) .......................... 14 - 2 TS-ROM Channel 4 Output Group (alarm assignment) .......................... 14 - 3 TS-ROM Channel 5 Output Group (alarm assignment) .......................... 14 - 3 TS-ROM Channel 6 Output Group (alarm assignment) .......................... 14 - 3 TS-ROM Channel 7 Output Group (alarm assignment) .......................... 14 - 3 TS-ROM Channel 8 Output Group (alarm assignment) .......................... 14 - 4 I/O Module Channel N Output – Group (alarm assignments) ........................ 17 - 4 — ❖ — TOC Page TOC - 4 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 18. 1 SystemSETUPPROGRAMMING Contents: See the Table of Contents to find topics in System Menu this manual. See the Preface for general Worksheet 1-1 — System Output information about this manual. See the Groups Installation, Operator’s, TroubleShooting Guides and Application Notes for other reference sources. System Menu NOTE The NO. (of) TANKS set in the system menu H U
  • 19. is shown in the TANKS, PROBES and PRODUCTS menus ! MENU × Press this key and the highlighted Remember: 7 sequence shown below • Use UP or DOWN key to display more menus (MORE shown) or selections SELECT MENU OPTION (UP/DN shown) SETUP UPGRADE LANGUAGE DATALOG • Press CANCEL to cancel data entry • Use the ENTER key to accept data M1 M2 M3 M4 Character input / editing: SETUP MENU (MORE) EXIT SYSTEM TANKS PROBES • Press M1 to move the cursor left ï • Use M2 to move the cursor right ð M1 M2 M3 M4 • Press M4 to backspace (delete) one character to the left ï SYSTEM INFO (MORE) PASSWORDS SYSTEM ID UNITS NO. TANKS M1 M2 M3 M4 SYSTEM INFO PASSWORDS Limit access to setup mode or acknowledging SETUP alarms and/or starting grace periods SETUP PASSWORD (a setup password is recommended for security) (none / empty) up to 12 characters ACK ACKNOWLEDGE PASSWORD (also see ANNUNC [IATOR] menu for timeout) (none / empty) up to 12 characters — Continued next page — System Setup Page 1 - 1 1
  • 20. SYSTEM Menu (CONTINUED... FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) SYSTEM ID (enter new 5 line report header, see below) ............... LINE 1 Default Report Header Ø : : : LINE 1 ..... LINE 5 LOCATION LINE 1 INCON 24 characters max. LINE 2 LOCATION LINE 2 INTELLIGENT CONTROLS 24 characters max. LINE 3 LOCATION LINE 3 P. O. BOX 638 24 characters max. LINE 4 LOCATION LINE 4 SACO ME 04072 24 characters max. LINE 5 LOCATION LINE 5 1-800-984-6266 24 characters max. UNITS Units of measurement – change if not the default MEASUREMENT UNITS US units VOLUME VOLUME UNITS GALLONS UP/DOWN L M to choose, ENTER to accept LITERS LEVEL LEVEL UNITS (level and length units) INCHES CM (centimeters) TEMP TEMPERATURE UNITS Prints F for Fahrenheit, or C for Celsius on reports FAHRENHEIT CELSIUS NO. TANKS (enter total number of tanks in the system) NUMBER OF TANKS 1 enter number of tanks NO. SENSORS NUMBER OF SENSORS 8 (0 thru N) Input the total number of Leak Detection Sensors wired in the system plus all unused channels between the lowest to highest channel (also see SENSORS menu). 1 Page 1 - 2 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 21. LIMITS (set leak limits for after hours sentinel mode – also LEAK LIM seeSENTINELmenu) LEAK LIMIT +2.0 0.2 to +10.0 volume units (input sentinel mode leak rate limit) LEAK OG (assign leak alarm to an OG - NONE, A to FF, or ALL LEAK LIMIT OUTPUT GROUP OutputGroups) NONE = No / not assigned to an Output Group A thru FF = one OG selected ( A = 1ST OG, FF = 32ND ) ALL = all OG’s selected (32 Output Groups available... see Worksheet #1-1 ) THEFT LIM THEFT LIMIT +10.0 1 to +9999 volume units (enter theft limit for all tanks) THEFT OG assign theft limit alarm to an OG (NONE, A to FF, or THEFT LIMIT OUTPUT GROUP ALL Output Groups) NONE = No / not assigned to an Output Group A thru FF = one OG selected ( A = 1ST OG, FF = 32ND ) ALL = all OG’s selected (32 Output Groups available... see Worksheet #1-1 ) SENTINEL (after hours theft monitoring / tank leak detection) MODE SENTINEL MODE OFF UP/DOWN L M to choose, ENTER to accept SCHEDULED START TIM SENTINEL START TIME Input time in 24 hour format: 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 00.00.00 = midnight END TIME 22.00.00 = 10:00:00 pm SENTINEL END TIME + 12 (add 12 hours to pm times 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 from 1 pm to 11:59 pm ) 02.05.00 = 2:05:00 am DEL DELAY DELIVERY DELAY (delay tank delivery reports by minutes) 15 (minutes) 1 to 240 minute input range REP DELIV REPORT DELIVERIES UP/DOWN L M to choose, ENTER to accept ENABLED (enabled = yes, report deliveries) DISABLED (disabled = no, don’t report deliveries) REP ALARM REPORT ALARMS UP/DOWN L M to choose, ENTER to accept ENABLED (enabled = yes, report alarms) DISABLED disabled = no, don’t report alarms) System Setup Page 1 - 3 1
  • 22. SYSTEM Menu (CONTINUED... FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) REP LEAK REPORT LEAK TESTS UP/DOWN L M to choose, ENTER to accept ENABLED (enabled = yes, report leak test results) DISABLED (disabled = no don’t report leak test results) REP SCALD Appears only if an S is present in the Part REPORT SCALD TEST Number (press CHECK and M4 to view OPTIONS). ENABLED UP/DOWN L M to choose, ENTER to accept DISABLED (enabled = yes, report SCALD leak tests) (disabled = no, don’t report SCALD leak tests) HIST SIZE (Max. number of alarms in Alarm History Reports) HISTORY REPORT LENGTH 50 range = 1 to 50 (printed alarms) SYSFL OG (assign system fail warnings to Output Group) SYSTEM FAIL OUTPUT GROUP NONE = No / not assigned to an Output Group A thru FF = one OG selected ( A = 1ST OG, FF = 32ND ) ALL = all OG’s selected (32 Output Groups available... see Worksheet #1 ) PRNT INTR STRAPPING TABLE PRINT INTERVAL (numeric) 1 strapping table print interval, range = 1 to 100.0 level units DATA INTR DATA CAPTURE INTERVAL (for diagnostic use) 1 data logging interval, range = 1 to 9999 DATA TANK TANK TO DATA LOG (for diagnostic use) 1 tank(s) to data log, range = 1 to NO. of TANKS COLD BOOT (Will erase all program data / setup data to IF YOU CONTINUE, ALL SYSTEM PROGRAMMING the original “factory” default values) AND DATA WILL BE LOST... : PRESS ENTER IF YOU ARE SURE THAT YOU WANT TO CONTINUE WITH COLD BOOT 1 Page 1 - 4 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 23. 2 TanksSETUPPROGRAMMING Contents: See the Table of Contents to find topics Tank Data Menu in this manual. See the Preface for Tank Alarm Menu general information about this manual. Special Tank Menu See the Installation, Operator’s, Worksheet 2-1, 2-2 TroubleShooting Guides and Application Tank Output Groups Notes for other reference sources. Tanks Menu NOTE Only the NO. (of) TANKS set under the system H U
  • 24. menu are shown here ! Remember: MENU × Press this key and the highlighted 7 sequence shown below • Use L UP / DOWN M keys to display more menus (MORE shown) or selections (UP /DN are shown) SELECT MENU OPTION SETUP UPGRADE LANGUAGE DATALOG • Press CANCEL to cancel data entry • Use the ENTER key to accept data M1 M2 M3 M4 Character input / editing: SETUP MENU (MORE) EXIT SYSTEM TANKS PROBES • Press menu keys (M1 to M4) to access menus. M1 M2 M3 M4 • Press M4 to backspace (delete) one character to the left ï TANKS • Use M2 to move the cursor right ð DATA ALARMS SPECIAL • Press M1 to move the cursor left ï M1 M2 M3 M4 TANK DATA N refers to / represents a tank number TANK 1 TANK 2 TANK 3 TANK 4 Select the tank number to program Data . TANK DATA N Tank 1 is shown selected (typical for tank N) COPY NAME, MANIFOLD, (MORE)SHAPE COPY FROM TANK DATA X TO N Select a tank to copy data from, then press ENTER TANK 1 if you are sure you want to proceed. TANK 2 TANK 3 TANK 4 Tank Setup Page 2 - 1 2
  • 25. Tanks – TANK DATA N Menu (CONTINUED...FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) N refers to / represents a tank number NAME TANK NAME N Use SHIFT to change from A-M to N-Z to TANK N 9 characters NUMERIC. Use M4 to use BACKSPACE. ( INCON recommends leaving the tank name as TANK N ) MANIFOLD MANIFOLD FOR TANK N (UP/DN) NONE MANIFOLD 1 UP/DOWN L M to display Manifold 1 thru 2 MANIFOLD 2 (Select only when tanks are manifold) TYPE TANK TYPE N UP/DOWN L M to choose, ENTER to accept SPECIAL N (select STANDARD 1 thru XX... see Appendix A for Standard Tank types, or SPECIAL 1 thru 4 or program the special tank(s) under the SPECIALTANK N menu ) PROBE PROBE FOR TANK N UP/DOWN L M to choose, ENTER to accept PROBE # Select the correct Probe channel # for TANK N... Any Probe # (input channel Number) can be used Probe # for any Tank. For example, can be installed in Tank 1 ....BUT (Console a Probe can not be used (or programmed or NOTE
  • 26. Channel #) assigned) to more than one tank ! Assigning the Tank 1 Probe #_____ same Probe #N to more than one Tank, will display an alarm Probe #_____ Tank 2 when exiting SETUP (to warn you that more than one tank is Probe #_____ Tank 3 referencing the same probe) ! The system will remain in Tank 4 setup until this problem is fixed. Probe #_____ Tank 5 Probe #_____ Set Probe data under the PROBE menu (Chpt. 3.) Probe #_____ Tank 6 PRODUCT#_____ Probe Tank 7 PRODUCT FOR TANK N Tank 8 UP/DOWN L M to choose, ENTER to accept Probe #_____ PRODUCT # X (select Product 1 thru 4 ...the PRODUCT menu is not present if a Manifold is selected / changed from NONE ) ...Also see PRODUCTS menu for standard products and Special product programming. P OFFSET PRODUCT OFFSET N +0.00000 +20 to -20 (input level units/compensate product readings from tank tilts– see Installation Manual for offset values) W OFFSET WATER OFFSET N +0.00000 +20 to -20 (input level units / compensate water reading from tank tilts... see Installation Manual for offset values) 2 Page 2 - 2 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 27. DEL THRES DELIVERY THRESHOLD N +200.000 1.0 to 99999 (based on the tank capacity, input the minimum volume before a delivery is reported ...the Delivery Threshold menu is not present if a Manifold is selected / changed from NONE ) Tanks – TANK ALARM N Menu NOTES See Figure 2 - 1 at left for typical alarm
  • 28. Liquid Level Probe & Floats limits. PROGRAMMED N refers to / represents a tank number TANK RELATED ALARM LIMITS: The alarm copy function copies all alarm HIGH HIGH limits from Tank X to the current Tank # N. HIGH This is a good function to use for identical sized tanks, and maybe adequate for similar Product sized tanks but limit settings may require editing after the copy operation. LOW LOW LOW HIGH WATER Figure 2 - 1 Typical Tank Limits ALARMS To set Tank Alarm Limits TANK ALARMS Use M2 key TANK 1 Select Tank N to program, using M1 - M4 keys. TANK 2 : TANK 4 TANK ALARM N To select Tank N ... COPY COPY is optional. COPY FROM TANK ALARMS X TO N Select a tank N to copy data from, then press TANK 1 ENTER to proceed. TANK 2 The alarm copy function copies all alarm limits : from Tank X to the current Tank # N. TANK 4 HIGH LIM HIGH PRODUCT LEVEL LIMIT N NUMERIC - Use keypad. +96.0000 0.0 to 9999.0 BACKSPACE - USE M4 key. Enter limit in inches or centimeters. H LIM OG HIGH PRODUCT OUTPUT GROUP N (UP/DN) NONE (A to FF, or ALL) Assign alarm to Output Group N (NONE = no)... see WORKSHEET #2 or #3 Tank Setup Page 2 - 3 2
  • 29. Tanks – TANK ALARM N Menu (CONTINUED...FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) HIGH HIGH N N refers to / represents a tank number HIGH HIGH PRODUCT LEVEL LIMIT N +96.0000 0.0 to 9999. (enter alarm limit) HH LIM OG N HIGH HIGH PRODUCT OUTPUT GROUP N NONE (A to FF, or ALL) assign alarm to Output Group N (NONE = no)... see WORKSHEET #2 or #3 LOW LIM N LOW PRODUCT VOLUME LIMIT N +0.0000 0.0 to 50000 (enter alarm limit) L LIM OG N LOW PRODUCT OUTPUT GROUP N NONE (A to FF, or ALL) assign alarm to Output Group N (NONE = no)... see WORKSHEET #2 or #3 LOW LOW N LOW LOW PRODUCT VOLUME LIMIT N +0.0000 + 0 to 50000 (enter alarm limit) LL LIM OG N LOW LOW PRODUCT OUTPUT GROUP N NONE (A to FF, or ALL) assign alarm to Output Group N (NONE = no)... see WORKSHEET #2 or #3 WATER LIM N HIGH WATER LEVEL LIMIT N +4.0000 0.0 to 9999.0 (enter alarm limit) W LIM OG N HIGH WATER OUTPUT GROUP N NONE (A to FF, or ALL) assign alarm to Output Group N (NONE = no)... see WORKSHEET #2 or #3 Tanks – SPECIAL TANK N Menu Correction Tables: If the Special Tank is not a perfect cylinder or has a domed end, then you must program a correction table (100 correction points can be programmed). Two values are required per point / position (POS #). These are level and volume, which are found in the manufacturers’ tank table / chart, input these accurately. Always input 0 level and 0 volume for the first point, and max. level and max. volume for the last point. The number of points in between determines the accuracy of the strapping table. Cylindrical Tanks: Select diameter and input the internal tank diameter value, and set the length to the internal length of the tank (correction tables are usually not needed with cylindrical tanks). 2 Page 2 - 4 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 30. Tanks – SPECIAL TANK N Menu (CONTINUED) NOTE Vertical or Rectangular tanks: Select
  • 31. diameter and input the internal tank diameter or depth, and set its length to zero ( 0 ). Input 0 level and 0 volume for the first point, and max. level and max. volume for the last point. SPECIAL Correction Points are automatically sorted from lowest to SPECIALTANKS highest level. The lowest level is closest to the bottom of the SPECIAL1 tank. SPECIAL 2 : SPECIAL 4 SPECIAL TANK N N refers to / represents a tank number COPY Press the M1 key. COPY FROM SPECIAL TANK X TO N Select a special tank to copy data from, then press SPECIAL 1 ENTER to proceed. SPECIAL 2 : Only SpecialTANKS selected from theTANKS – SPECIAL 4 DATA menu will appear here. DIAMETER Press the M2 key. TANK DIAMETER N NUMERIC - Use the keypad. +96.00 0.0 to 500.0 BACKSPACE - Use the M4 key. Input the special tank diameter. LENGTH Press the M3 key. TANK LENGTH N NUMERIC - Use the keypad. +324.000 0.0 to 1999.0 BACKSPACE - Use the M4 key. Input the special tank length. (Correction points can be added between inaccurate level positions.) CORR TABL Press the M4 key. CORRECTION TABLE N position (POS #) ...see NOTES in this section ADD Press the M1 key. POS 1 is the lowest value tank. LEVEL +0.00000 Two values (LEVEL and VOLUME) are required. (input level of strapping point) VOLUME +0.00000 (input volume at that level point) DELETE SELECT POSITION WITH UP/DN POS # LEVEL +0.00000 VOLUME +0.00000 (select point to delete and press ENTER ) EDIT SELECT POSITION WITH UP/DN POS # LEVEL +0.00000 VOLUME +0.00000 (select position to edit, press ENTER, correct the mistake and press ENTER again) DISPLAY CORRECTION TABLE N POS N LEVEL +0.00000 VOLUME +0.00000 (use UP/DOWN to scroll thru list) Tank Setup Page 2 - 5 2
  • 32. Worksheet 2-1 – Output Groups – Tanks 1 thru 4 Fill-in the work sheet below and compare assignments with other work-sheets to uncover conflicts before programming output devices. OG = Output Group - Output Group Assignment WORKSHEET Output Group choices - Tank 1 NONE H LIM OG A HH LIM OG B L LIM OG C LL LIM OG D W LIM OG E F Tank 2 G H LIM OG H HH LIM OG I L LIM OG J LL LIM OG K W LIM OG L M Tank 3 N H LIM OG O HH LIM OG P L LIM OG Q LL LIM OG R W LIM OG S T Tank 4 U H LIM OG V HH LIM OG W L LIM OG X LL LIM OG Y W LIM OG Z AA Example: Tank #1 BB (High Limit Activates Relay 1 [for programmed timeout] to external Tank Overfill H LIM OG C CC Alarm Acknowledge, & Activates Solid Annunciator) (High High Limit Activates Relay 2 [for programmed timeout] to activate external HH LIM OG D DD Tank Overfill Alarm, & Activates Solid Annunciator) L LIM OG R EE LL Limit OG S FF W LIM OG S ALL SYSFL OG A System Fail (software or hardware failures) Activate solid annunciator horn Output Devices: Modulated Annunciator, Solid Annunciator, Relay 1, Relay 2 (record all OG Assignments in the vertical column) — ❖ — 2 Page 2 - 6 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 33. 3 ProbesSETUPPROGRAMMING Contents: See the Table of Contents to find topics in Probes Menu this manual. See the Preface for general Probe Data Menu information about this manual. And see the Special Probes Menu Installation, Operator’s, TroubleShooting TABLE 4.1 Special Probe RTD Guides, and Application Notes for other Positions reference material. Probes Menu NOTE See the Installation Guide – Chapters 6 & 7 H U
  • 34. for Probe Model & Serial numbers, Gradient values, Float types, and RTD Locations). MENU × Press this key and the highlighted 7 sequence shown below Only the NO. (of) TANKS programmed under the system menu are shown here ! SELECT MENU OPTION SETUP UPGRADE LANGUAGE DATALOG Remember: • Use UP or DOWN key to display more M1 M2 M3 M4 menus or selections (MORE or UP/DN shown) SETUP MENU (MORE) • Press CANCEL to cancel data entry EXIT SYSTEM TANKS PROBES • Use the ENTER key to accept data Character input / editing: M1 M2 M3 M4 • Press M4 to backspace (delete) one character to the left ï PROBES DATA SPECIAL (*) • Use M2 to move the cursor right ð • Press M1 to move the cursor left ï M1 M2 M3 M4 PROBE DATA (menu) N refers to / represents any probe # PROBE 1 Select probe numer to set program data. PROBE 2 : PROBE 4 PROBE DATA N PROBE N is shown typical for any probe # COPY COPY FROM PROBE DATA X TO N (Select a probe to copy data from ...then press PROBE 1 ENTER to proceed if you are sure) PROBE 2 : PROBE 4 — Continued Next Page — Probes Setup Page 3 - 1 3
  • 35. Probes – PROBE DATA Menu (CONTINUED...FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) PROBE DATA N PROBE # N shown typical for any probe # 1 – # 4 TYPE (Select a standard [ STD ] or special probe type) PROBE TYPE FOR PROBE N UP/DOWN L M to choose, ENTER to accept STD 101 STD 113 (N = 1 thru 4 the exact number will equal the number of tanks STD 125 set in the SYSTEM menu) STD 131 STD 137 STD 149 Select SPEC PROBE N (special probe) if it is not a SPEC PROBE 1 standard TSP-LL2 model / type of probe displayed SPEC PROBE 2 in this menu...see SPECIAL menu. : Product in Number of Probe Model Probe SPEC PROBE 4 # Gradient # Tank (Float Probe Floats STD 29 type) (1 or 2) STD 41 Tank 1 STD 53 Tank 2 STD 69 Tank 3 STD 77 Tank 4 STD 81 STD 89 Tank 5 Tank 6 Tank 7 GRADIENT Tank 8 GRADIENT FOR PROBE N +9.03000 8 to 9.90000 (enter probe gradient as indicated on Probe Label) NOTE See Installation Guide or Probe label for this NO. FLOATS
  • 36. data. Also see Chapter 2 of this manual for: Probe # — Tank # assignments NUMBER OF FLOATS FOR PROBE UP/DOWN L M to choose, ENTER to accept 2 FLOATS 1 FLOAT FLT TYPE FLOAT TYPE FOR PROBE N UP/DOWN L M to choose, ENTER to accept GASOLINE OIL Probes – SPECIAL (*) Menu (*) The SPECIAL menu appears when at least one SPECIAL SPECIAL PROBE was selected from the SPECIAL PROBES PROBES – DATA –TYPE menu (above). SPECIAL 1 SPECIAL 2 This manual shows all possible choices BUT only : the selected SPECIAL PROBES N are displayed. SPECIAL 4 N = Special Probe # 1 thru # 4 and may or may not SPECIAL PROBE N agree with the actualTank number or Probe input COPY channelnumber. COPY FROM SPECIAL PROBE X TO N (Select a probe to copy data from, then press PROBE 1 ENTER to proceed) PROBE 2 : PROBE 4 3 Page 3 - 2 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 37. Probes – SPECIAL (*) Menu (CONTINUED... FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) LENGTH SENSOR LENGTH N 53 0 TO 999 (input and ENTER probe shaft [sensor] length) RTD POS (RTDTemperature sensor positions are printed on RTD POSITION TABLE N the probe label at the probe head or cable) ADD RTD temperature positions (all up to 6 RTDs) RTD POSITION TABLE N POS 1 input accurate RTD positions (in any order) +00.0000 (input all up to 6 RTD positions, press ENTER to store data into the setup confifuration memory) DELETE SELECT POSITION WITH UP/DN POS X (X = 1 – 6 ) +NN.NNNN or TABLE IS EMPTY (Delete a RTD table position POS X) EDIT SELECT POSITION WITH UP/DN POS X (X = 1 – 6 ) +NN.NNNN or TABLE IS EMPTY (edit RTD position at POS X) DISPLAY RTD POSITION TABLE N POS X (POS 1 is shown first) +NN.NNNN or TABLE IS EMPTY Steps: 1.) Accurately fill-in TABLE 4.1 (ref. Install. Guide / Probe head / cable) RTD POSITION TABLE N POS 1 2.) Add RTD position accurately 10.9 3.) Repeat step 2 until all positions are added 4.) Display / check RTD table N positions RTD POSITION TABLE N POS 2 5.) Edit / delete positions as required 25.2 6.) Repeat step 5 to confirm accuracy RTD POSITION TABLE N POS 3 62.3 RTD POSITION TABLE N POS 4 79.4 RTD POSITION TABLE N POS 5 89.5 TABLE 4.1 SPECIAL PROBE RTD POSITIONS RTD: Probe 1 Probe 2 Probe 3 Probe 4 Probe 5 Probe 6 Probe 7 Probe 8 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 Probes Setup Page 3 - 3 3
  • 38. 4 ProductsSETUPPROGRAMMING Contents: See the Table of Contents to find topics in Products Menu this manual. See the Preface for general Product Data Menu information about this manual. And see the Special Product Menu Installation, Operator’s, TroubleShooting Guides, and Application Notes for other reference material. Products Menu NOTE Use this menu to specify the product contained in H U
  • 39. each tank. See Appendix B for API Gravity information – required for Special Products MENU × Pressthiskeyandthehighlighted programming. Only the NO. (of) TANKS set 7 sequenceshownbelow under the system menu are shown ! SELECT MENU OPTION SETUP UPGRADE LANGUAGE DATALOG Remember: • Use L UP / DOWN M keys to display more menus (MORE shown) or selections (UP/DN M1 M2 M3 M4 shown) SETUP MENU (MORE) • Press CANCEL to cancel data entry EXIT SYSTEM TANKS PROBES • Use the ENTER key to accept data Press DOWN Character input / editing: SETUP MENU (MORE) • Press menu keys (M1 to M4) to access PRODUCTS MANIFOLDS* REPORTS LK TSTS menus. • Press M4 to backspace (delete) one M1 M2 M3 M4 character to the left ï • Use M2 to move the cursor right ð PRODUCTS • Press M1 to move the cursor left ï DATA SPECIAL (*) M1 M2 M3 M4 N refers to / represents a tank number PRODUCT DATA (menu) Select product to set program data for PRODUCT 1 (product in tank 1 ...thru tank 4) PRODUCT 2 NOTE ** Manifold Tanks will share a Product name, #s. : PRODUCT 4 PRODUCT DATA 1
  • 40. which will cause a gap to appear in product COPY PRODUCT 1 shown typical for PRODUCT N COPY FROM PRODUCT DATA X TO N (Select a PRODUCT to copy data from ...then press PRODUCT 1 ENTER to proceed) PRODUCT 2 : PRODUCT 4 Products Setup Page 4 - 1 4
  • 41. Product Data Menu (CONTINUED... FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) NAME rename product if necessary PRODUCT NAME N (ie. 87 Octane/Cetane) PROD N 9 characters (optional input a new name of the PRODUCT in Tank N) TYPE PRODUCT TYPE N (Select a standard / special product type in tank N) UNLEADED REG UP/DOWN L M to choose, ENTER to accept UNLEADED PLS UNLEADED XTR (N = tank Number the exact number will equal the number of UNLEADED SUP tanks set in the SYSTEM menu) DIESEL KEROSENE #2 FUEL OIL SPECIAL 1 NOTE Select a special product (SPECIAL N) when the SPECIAL 2 : SPECIAL 4
  • 42. product in the tank does not match choices here. See SPECIAL PRODUCTS menu for programming. LEADED REG SPECIAL (*) PRODUCTS Menu NOTES • Program SPECIAL PRODUCTS when this menu
  • 43. appears (The SPECIAL PRODUCTS menu * appears only after a SPECIAL product TYPE is selected from the Product Data Menu). • To access this menu, go back to the parent PRODUCT menu, and choose SPECIAL. SPECIAL PRODUCTS SPECIAL 1 UP/DOWN L M to choose, ENTER to accept SPECIAL 2 : (N = 1 – 4 the exact number equals the number of tanks SPECIAL 4 set in the SYSTEM menu) SPECIAL PRODUCT N COPY COPY FROM SPECIAL PRODUCT X TO N SPECIAL 1 (Select a product to copy data from ...then press SPECIAL 2 ENTER to proceed if you are sure) : SPECIAL 4 TMP CTYPE TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION TYPE N API 6B/54B (Select One) API 6C/54C UP/DOWN L M to choose, ENTER to accept API 6A/54A API GRAV API GRAVITY N +63.5000 0.0 to 100.0 (Enter API gravity) 4 Page 4- 2 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 44. Special Products Menu (CONTINUED... FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) API ALPHA API ALPHA N +600.000 270 to 930.0 (Enter API alpha) : NOTE The following menu items appear only with
  • 45. the optional: SCALD (Statistical Continu- ous Automatic Leak Detection) tank leak testing program – WHEN – a special prod- uct type is selected, otherwise disregard the items below. VAPOR A VAPOR A N +12.1010 5.0 to 20.0 (Enter Vapor A in degrees Rankine) VAPOR B VAPOR B N +8907.00 2000.0 to 15000.0 (Enter Vapor B in degrees Rankine) MOLE WGHT MOLE WEIGHT N +130.000 50.0 to 200.0 (Enter mole weight in degrees Rankine) Products Setup Page 4 - 3 4
  • 46. 5 Manifolds SETUP PROGRAMMING Contents: See the Table of Contents to find topics in Manifolds Menu this manual. See the Preface for general Manifold Data Menu information about this manual. And see the Manifold Alarms Menu Installation, Operator’s, TroubleShooting Worksheet 6-1 – Manifolds Guides, and Application Notes for other 1 thru 2 reference material. Manifolds Menu NOTE * This menu appears only after a MANI- H U
  • 47. FOLD has been selected from the TANK – DATA – MANIFOLD menu. MENU × Press this key and the highlighted Manifolds are used to physically connect 7 sequence shown below tanks together and to expand the total capacity by the sum of all tanks connected SELECT MENU OPTION (see next page). SETUP UPGRADE LANGUAGE DATALOG Tanks that are physically manifolded must: 1) have identical product (programmed here M1 M2 M3 M4 for manifold tanks) SETUP MENU (MORE) 2) use the same manifold number ( 1 or 2 ) EXIT SYSTEM TANKS PROBES ...ref. Chapter 2 (TANKS – DATA – TANK N – MANIFOLD menu). M Press the DOWN key Manifold numbers must not be reused to SETUP MENU (MORE) connect different (other) tanks & products. PRODUCTS MANIFOLDS* REPORTS LK TSTS Example: Tanks 1 & 2 contain 87 Octane M1 M2 M3 M4 gasoline and are physically manifold together and each are programed to use Manifold #1. MANIFOLDS Tanks 3 & 4 store 93 Octane gas and are DATA ALARMS manifold together with Manifold #2. All tanks that are physically manifold together must M1 M2 M3 M4 use the same (logical) manifold number. MANIFOLD DATA (menu) Select to configure Manifold settings MAN 1 : MAN 2 MANIFOLD DATA N N = manifold number (1 or 2) COPY COPY FROM MANIFOLD DATA X TO N UP/DOWN L M to select a manifold to copy data MAN 1 from and press ENTER if sure you want to proceed. : MAN 2 Manifolds Setup Page 5 - 1 5
  • 48. Manifolds Data Menu (CONTINUED... FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) NAME N = manifold number MANIFOLD NAME N MAN N 9 characters (Input a name for the Manifold and press ENTER ) PRODUCT PRODUCT FOR MANIFOLD N UP/DOWN L M to select a product PRODUCT # 1 : PRODUCT # 4 ( If tanks are set to manifold, then the section of the tank menu disappears ) DEL THRES DELIVERY THRESHOLD N +200.000 1 to 99999.0 (input value in volume units... per total capacity) Manifolds ALARMS Menu Use this menu to input the Manifold Product Volume Limits (optional). ALARMS to access ALARMS, go back to the parent MANIFOLD ALARMS MANIFOLD menu and then choose ALARMS ( press M2 ) MAN 1 : MAN 2 COPY COPY MANIFOLD ALARMS X TO N MAN 1 UP/DOWN L M to select a manifold to copy : alarm set-points from and press ENTER if sure MAN 2 LOW LIM LOW PRODUCT VOLUME LIMIT N +0 0 to 50000.0 (enter alarm limit) L LIM OG ...Output Group N LOW PRODUCT LIMIT OUTPUT GROUP N NONE (A to FF, or ALL) assign alarm to Output Group N (NONE = no)... see WORKSHEET #6-1 LOW LOW LOW LOW PRODUCT VOLUME LIMIT N +0.0000 + 0 to 50000 (enter alarm limit) LL LIM OG ...Output Group N LOW LOW PRODUCT LIMIT OUTPUT GRO NONE (A to FF, or ALL) assign alarm to Output Group N (NONE = no)... see WORKSHEET #6-1 5 Page 5 - 2 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 49. 6 ReportsSETUPPROGRAMMING Contents: See the Table of Contents to find topics in – Tank – Product – Delivery this manual. See the Preface for general – Alarm – SCALD – Sensor information about this manual. And see – Regulatory the Installation, Operator’s, TroubleShooting Guides, and Application Notes for other reference material. Reports Menu NOTES Use this menu to program reports to print H U
  • 50. automatically on a schedule. See Chapters 1, 8, 9, and 10 about Tank Test Reports & MENU × Press this key and the highlighted Scheduling. 7 sequence shown below See TABLE 7.1 – The SHIFT selection allows 2 SELECT MENU OPTION or 3 scheduled reports to print per day ...only SETUP UPGRADE LANGUAGE DATALOG one report will print if two report-times are duplicated / identical. M1 M2 M3 M4 SETUP MENU (MORE) TABLE 7.1 Typical Report Schedule EXIT SYSTEM TANKS PROBES NONE (no schedule) SHIFT 1ST DAY M Press the DOWN key DAILY : MONDAY 30TH DAY SETUP MENU (MORE) : LAST DAY PRODUCTS MANIFOLDS* REPORTS LK TSTS SUNDAY (February does not have 30 days) TABLE 7.2 24 Hour Time M1 M2 M3 M4 Input Format HH:MM:SS REPORT SCHEDULE (MORE) 00:00:00 = midnight TANK INV TANK SUM PROD INV PROD SUM 22:00:00 = 10 pm + 12 ( hours ) M Push the DOWN key to show more menus: ( add 12 hours to pm times starting at REPORT SCHEDULE (MORE) 1 pm to 11:59 pm ) INV REC PROD USE USE SUMRY DEL DETAI 02:05:00 = 2:05 am REPORT SCHEDULE (MORE) The asterisk’d (*) menus are hardware or DEL SUMRY DELIV HST ACT ALRM CLR ALRM software dependant and may/may not appear. REPORT SCHEDULE (MORE) Push UP/DOWN keys L M to show more ALARM HST SCALD* SENS STAT* VAPOR* menus or menu selections. REPORTSCHEDULE REGULTORY Push ENTER to accept a selection or input a value into the setup configuration memory. M1 M2 M3 M4 × Push a menu key to access a menu directly above it. Reports Setup Page 6 - 1 6
  • 51. Reports Schedule Menu Tank Inventory Detail Report: TANK INV TANK INVENTORY DETAIL SCHEDULE UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select NONE (select schedule – see TABLE 7.1 on Page 7 – 1) TIME 1 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input time – see TABLE 7.2 on Page 7–1) TIME 2 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 2 time... N/A if not SHIFT) TIME 3 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 3 time... N/A if not SHIFT) PRINTER YES or NO (yes requires optional console printer) Tank Inventory Summary Report: TANK SUM TANK INVENTORY SUMMARY SCHEDULE UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select NONE (select schedule – see TABLE 7.1 on Page 7 – 1) TIME 1 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input time – see TABLE 7.2 on Page 7–1) TIME 2 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 2 time... N/A if not SHIFT) TIME 3 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 3 time... N/A if not SHIFT) PRINTER YES or NO (yes requires optional console printer) Product Inventory Detail Report: PROD INV PRODUCT INVENTORY DETAIL SCHEDULE UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select NONE (select schedule – see TABLE 7.1 on Page 7 – 1) TIME 1 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input time – see TABLE 7.2 on Page 7–1) TIME 2 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 2 time... N/A if not SHIFT) TIME 3 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 3 time... N/A if not SHIFT) PRINTER YES or NO (yes requires optional console printer) 6 Page 6 - 2 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 52. Product Inventory Summary Report: PROD SUM PRODUCT INVENTORY SUMMARY SCHEDULE UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select NONE (select schedule – see TABLE 7.1 on Page 7 – 1) TIME 1 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input time – see TABLE 7.2 on Page 7–1) TIME 2 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 2 time... N/A if not SHIFT) TIME 3 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 3 time... N/A if not SHIFT) PRINTER YES or NO (yes requires optional console printer) Product Inventory Reconciliation Report: INV REC INVENTORY RECONCILIATION SCHEDULE UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select NONE (select schedule – see TABLE 7.1 on Page 7 – 1) TIME 1 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input time – see TABLE 7.2 on Page 7–1) TIME 2 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 2 time... N/A if not SHIFT) TIME 3 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 3 time... N/A if not SHIFT) PRINTER YES or NO (yes requires optional console printer) Product Usage Detail Report: PROD USE PRODUCT USAGE DETAIL SCHEDULE UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select NONE (select schedule – see TABLE 7.1 on Page 7 – 1) TIME 1 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input time – see TABLE 7.2 on Page 7–1) TIME 2 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 2 time... N/A if not SHIFT) TIME 3 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 3 time... N/A if not SHIFT) PRINTER YES or NO (yes requires optional console printer) Reports Setup Page 6 - 3 6
  • 53. Reports Schedule Menu (CONTINUED... FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) Product Usage Summary Report: USE SUMRY PRODUCT USAGE SUMMARY SCHEDULE UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select NONE (select schedule – see TABLE 7.1 on Page 7 – 1) TIME 1 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input time – see TABLE 7.2 on Page 7–1) TIME 2 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 2 time... N/A if not SHIFT) TIME 3 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 3 time... N/A if not SHIFT) PRINTER YES or NO (yes requires optional console printer) Delivery Detail Report: DEL DETAI DELIVERY DETAIL SCHEDULE UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select NONE (select schedule – see TABLE 7.1 on Page 7 – 1) TIME 1 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input time – see TABLE 7.2 on Page 7–1) TIME 2 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 2 time... N/A if not SHIFT) TIME 3 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 3 time... N/A if not SHIFT) PRINTER YES or NO (yes requires optional console printer) Delivery Summary Report: DEL SUMRY DELIVERY SUMMARY SCHEDULE UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select NONE (select schedule – see TABLE 7.1 on Page 7 – 1) TIME 1 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input time – see TABLE 7.2 on Page 7–1) TIME 2 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 2 time... N/A if not SHIFT) TIME 3 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 3 time... N/A if not SHIFT) PRINTER YES or NO (yes requires optional console printer) 6 Page 6 - 4 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 54. Delivery History Report: DELIV HST DELIVERY HISTORY SCHEDULE UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select NONE (select schedule – see TABLE 7.1 on Page 7 – 1) TIME 1 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input time – see TABLE 7.2 on Page 7–1) TIME 2 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 2 time... N/A if not SHIFT) TIME 3 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 3 time... N/A if not SHIFT) PRINTER YES or NO (yes requires optional console printer) Active Alarm Report: ACT ALRM ACTIVE ALARM SCHEDULE UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select NONE (select schedule – see TABLE 7.1 on Page 7 – 1) TIME 1 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input time – see TABLE 7.2 on Page 7–1) TIME 2 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 2 time... N/A if not SHIFT) TIME 3 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 3 time... N/A if not SHIFT) PRINTER YES or NO (yes requires optional console printer) Cleared Alarm Report: CLR ALRM CLEARED ALARM SCHEDULE UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select NONE (select schedule – see TABLE 7.1 on Page 7 – 1) TIME 1 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input time – see TABLE 7.2 on Page 7–1) TIME 2 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 2 time... N/A if not SHIFT) TIME 3 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 3 time... N/A if not SHIFT) PRINTER YES or NO (yes requires optional console printer) Reports Setup Page 6 - 5 6
  • 55. Reports Schedule Menu (CONTINUED... FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) Alarm History Report: ALARM HST ALARM HISTORY SCHEDULE UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select NONE (select schedule – see TABLE 7.1 on Page 7 – 1) TIME 1 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input time – see TABLE 7.2 on Page 7–1) TIME 2 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 2 time... N/A if not SHIFT) TIME 3 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 3 time... N/A if not SHIFT) PRINTER YES or NO (yes requires optional console printer) SCALD Leak Test: Report SCALD * Only with SCALD Tank Leak Test pro- gram SCALD TEST SCHEDULE UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select NONE (select schedule – see TABLE 7.1 on Page 7 – 1) TIME 1 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input time – see TABLE 7.2 on Page 7–1) TIME 2 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 2 time... N/A if not SHIFT) TIME 3 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 3 time... N/A if not SHIFT) PRINTER YES or NO (yes requires optional console printer) Sensor Status Report SENS STAT SENSOR STATUS * Only if No. of Sensors > Ø SCHEDULE UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select NONE (select schedule – see TABLE 7.1 on Page 7 – 1) TIME 1 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input time – see TABLE 7.2 on Page 7–1) TIME 2 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 2 time... N/A if not SHIFT) TIME 3 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 3 time... N/A if not SHIFT) PRINTER YES or NO (yes requires optional console printer) 6 Page 6 - 6 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 56. Vapor Sensor: VAPOR * Only with TSP-DVS Vapor Sensor(s) VAPOR SENSOR SCHEDULE UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select NONE (select schedule – see TABLE 7.1 on Page 7 – 1) TIME 1 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input time – see TABLE 7.2 on Page 7–1) TIME 2 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 2 time... N/A if not SHIFT) TIME 3 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 3 time... N/A if not SHIFT) PRINTER YES or NO (yes requires optional console printer) Regulatory Report: REGULTORY REGULATORY SCHEDULE UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select NONE (select schedule – see TABLE 7.1 on Page 7 – 1) TIME 1 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input time – see TABLE 7.2 on Page 7–1) TIME 2 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 2 time... N/A if not SHIFT) TIME 3 00.00.00 to 23.59.59 (input shift # 3 time... N/A if not SHIFT) PRINTER YES or NO (yes requires optional console printer) — ❖ — Reports Setup Page 6 - 7 6
  • 57. 7 Tank LeakTest SETUP PROGRAMMING Contents: See the Table of Contents to find topics in Tank Leak Test Menu this manual. See the Preface for general (Standard Static Test) information about this manual. And see the Output Group Assignments Installation, Operator’s, TroubleShooting Worksheet 8-1 Guides, and Application Notes for other reference material. LeakTest Menu (Static Tank) H U MENU × Press this key and the highlighted 7 sequence shown below SELECT MENU OPTION Only the number of tanks that were SETUP UPGRADE LANGUAGE DATALOG programmed under the SYSTEM menu will be displayed here (Ø = No tank-related menus). M1 M2 M3 M4 Static tank leak tests require 2 to 8 hours of SETUP MENU (MORE) uninterrupted quiet-time to finish with no EXIT SYSTEM TANKS PROBES dispensing or deliveries during the test. M Press the DOWN key Wait at least 2 hours after a dispense and 6 SETUP MENU (MORE) hours after a delivery for valid test results. PRODUCTS MANIFOLDS* REPORTS LK TESTS The occurrence of any of these events will cause the test to produce failed, or M1 M2 M3 M4 indeterminate test results. LEAK TESTS (MORE) Before programming see State and Local CONFIDENCE PRECISION MIN LK TM SCHEDULE Regulations about leak testing (frequency, minimum volume / capacity, and leak test M1 M2 M3 M4 precision) and reporting requirements and adhere to these requirements. LEAK TESTS (MORE) ALARM ON TST FL OG* M1 M2 M3 M4 * Appears only if alarm on = yes (see following page). (Static) Tank Leak Test Setup Page 7 - 1 7
  • 58. Tank Leak Test Menu N = Tanks 1 – 4 (only the number of tanks CONFIDENC programmed in the System menu will appear) LEAK TEST CONFIDENCE 99.0% UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select test 90.0% confidence 95.0% 97.5% PRECISION LEAK TEST PRECISION TANK 1 TANK 2 : TANK 4 LEAK TEST PRECISION Monthly +0.20000 0.05 to 2.0 Yearly Test Compliance Static Leak Test: 0.2 gph 0.1 gph Precision Tank # 1 Precision Tank # 2 Precision Tank # 3 Precision Tank # 4 Threshold = 1/2 of Leak Test value (input static – tank leak test precision) MIN LK TM MINIMUM LEAK TEST TIME 2 2 to 8.0 hours (input minimum leak test time per local regulations) SCHEDULE Setup automatic leak test schedules for all tanks LEAK TEST SCHEDULE TANK 1 Use a menu key to select a tank TANK 2 TANK 2 : TANK 4 LEAK TEST SCHEDULE FOR TANK N Setup leak test schedules for all tanks COPY COPY FROM LEAK SCHEDULE X TO N (Copies both schedule and time from, then TANK 1 press ENTER to proceed) TANK 2 : TANK 4 SCHEDULE LEAK TEST SCHEDULE FOR TANK N UP/DN L M to show choices (see TABLE 8.1) NONE and press ENTER to select TIME Start time for Tank N (can be the same for all) 00:00:00 (input time in 24 hour format – see TABLE 8.2) 7 Page 7 - 2 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 59. ALARM ON ALARM ON TEST FAIL NO UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select YES YES = generate an alarm if a tank leak test fails TST FL OG * This menu appears only when YES was selected TEST FAIL OUTPUT GRP under the ALARM ON TEST FAIL menu TANK 1 : TANK 4 LEAK TEST FAIL OUTPUT GROUP N NONE (A to FF, or ALL) assign alarm to Output Group N (NONE = no)... see WORKSHEET # 8-1. — Your Notes — TABLE 8.1 TYPICAL TEST SCHEDULE NONE ( no schedule ) DAILY 1ST DAY MONDAY : : 30TH DAY SUNDAY LAST DAY TABLE 8.2 24 Hour Time Input Format HH:MM:SS 00:00:00 = midnight 22:00:00 = 10 pm + 12 ( hours ) ( add 12 hours to pm times starting at 1 pm to 11:59 pm ) 02:05:00 = 2:05 am — Continued next page — (Static) Tank Leak Test Setup Page 7 - 3 7
  • 60. Worksheet # 8-1 – Output Groups – Tank Leak Tests for Static & SCALD Tank Leak Tests Fill-in the worksheet below. Compare assignments with other worksheets to uncover conflicts before programming output devices. OG = Output Group - Output Group Assignment WORKSHEET Output Group choices - Tank Leak Test: NONE TST FL OG Tank 1 A TST FL OG Tank 2 B TST FL OG Tank 3 C TST FL OG Tank 4 D TST FL OG Tank 5 E TST FL OG Tank 6 F TST FL OG Tank 7 G TST FL OG Tank 8 H I J See the SCALD Test: K Chapter TST FL OG Tank 1 L on SCALD TST FL OG Tank 2 M tank leak TST FL OG Tank 3 N testing... TST FL OG Tank 4 O TST FL OG Tank 5 P TST FL OG Tank 6 Q TST FL OG Tank 7 R TST FL OG Tank 8 S T U V W X Y Z Annunciators Example: AA or external Tank Leak Test: BB relay output TST FL OG 1 G Activates Modulated Annunciator & Relay 2 (turns on external tank leak light) CC in this DD example EE flag the test SCALD Test: FF fail alarm TST FL OG 3 G Activates Modulated Annunciator & Relay 2 (turns on external tank leak light) ALL Output Devices: Modulated Annunciator, Solid Annunciator, Relay 1, Relay 2, I/O Output Module Channel # 1 to # __ (record all OG Assignments in the vertical column) 7 Page 7 - 4 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 61. 8 SCALD ® Tank LeakTest SETUPPROGRAMMING Contents: See the Table of Contents to find topics in SCALD Tank Leak Test Menu this manual. See the Preface for general Output Group Assignments information about this manual. And see the see Worksheet 8-1 Installation, Operator’s, TroubleShooting Guides, and Application Notes for other reference material. SCALDTank Leak Test Menu Disregard this Chapter if the SCLD TEST NOTES menu does not appear (the position of this H MENU U
  • 62. × Press this key and the highlighted menu can also be displaced by other menus). SCALD ® is an acronym for INCON’s 7 sequence shown below optional Statistical Continuous Automatic Leak Detection program. It runs volumetric SELECT MENU OPTION SETUP UPGRADE LANGUAGE DATALOG leak tests during the quiet-times between dispenses. It is suited for 24 hour dispense sites that are too busy to run static leak M1 M2 M3 M4 tests. SETUP MENU (MORE) The system is pre-configured with default EXIT SYSTEM TANKS PROBES setup that will give you the best results for most situations and should be left alone. The M Press DOWN exceptions to this are: ENABLE Vapor SETUP MENU (MORE) Recovery when a Stage II Vapor Recovery is PRODUCTS MANIFOLDS* REPORTS LK TESTS used at the site and, when a SCALD leak M Press DOWN test failure alarm is needed, program ALARM SETUP MENU (MORE) ON and TST FL OG (test fail output group) SCLD TEST CLK/CAL ANNUNC RELAYS menus. M1 M2 M3 M4 Push the UP/DOWN keys L M to show more menus or menu selections. SCALD TESTS (MORE) Press menu keys (M1 to M4) to access CONFIDENCE PRECISION EXTENT QUALIFY menus. Push ENTER to accept a selection or input a M1 M2 M3 M4 value into the setup configuration memory. * TST FL OG appears only if YES has been SCALD TESTS (MORE) programmed for ALARM ON (see next page). ENABLE VAPOR REC ALARM ON TST FL OG* Only the number of tanks that were programmed under the SYSTEM menu will M1 M2 M3 M4 be displayed here (Ø = No tank-related menus). SCALD Tank Leak Test Setup Page 8 - 1 8
  • 63. SCALD (tank leak) Test Menu N = Tanks 1 – 4 (only the NO. of TANKS CONFIDNCE programmed in the System menu will appear) SCALD CONFIDENCE UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select 99.0% Keep the default 99.0% value 90.0% Monthly 95.0% Yearly Test Compliance 97.5% SCALD Leak Test: 0.2 gph 0.1 gph PRECISION Precision: SCALD TEST PRECISION Threshold = 1/2 of Leak Test value +0.2 Keep the default 0.2 gph monthly test value EXTENT SCALD EXTENT 18 Keep the default value (18 ) QUALIFY SCALD VOLUME QUALIFY +0 0.0 to 99.0% Reference Local codes (and/or State / Province / Federal codes) for the minimum percentage of tank-volume-capacity before a leak test results can, or will, be considered acceptable. Input the minimum-acceptable volume based on these regulations. ENABLE SCALD ENABLE Keep the default – all tanks selected TANK 1 TANK 2 : TANK 4 SCALD ENABLE UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select ENABLED DISABLED VAPOR RECOVERY SCALD VAPOR RECOVERY DISABLED UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select ENABLED (Enable for vapor recovery systems) ALARM ON ALARM ON SCALD FAIL NO UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select YES YES = generate an alarm if a SCALD test fails TST FL OG (* This menu appears only when ALARM ON SCALD FAIL OUTPUT GROUP SCALD FAIL – YES was chosen above) TANK 1 TANK 2 : TANK 4 SCALD TEST FAIL OUTPUT GROUP N assign alarm to Output Group N (NONE = no) NONE (A to FF, or ALL) see WORKSHEET # 8-1 ( in Chapter 8 ). — ❖ — 8 Page 8- 2 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 64. 9 Clock / Calendar SETUPPROGRAMMING Contents: See the Table of Contents to find topics in Clock Calandar Menu this manual. See the Preface for general TABLE 11.1 24 Hour Time information about this manual. And see the Input Format Installation, Operator’s, TroubleShooting Guides, and Application Notes for other reference material. Clock / Calendar Menu NOTE The Clock and Calendar menu must be set — H U
  • 65. DO NOT skip this menu. Program the Date and Time accurately. MENU × Press this key and the highlighted 7 sequence shown below • Push UP/DOWN keys L M to show more menus or menu selections. SELECT MENU OPTION SETUP UPGRADE LANGUAGE DATALOG • Use menu keys (M1 to M4) to access menus. M1 M2 M3 M4 • Press ENTER to accept a selection or input a value into the setup configuration memory. SETUP MENU (MORE) EXIT SYSTEM TANKS PROBES • Press CANCEL to cancel data entry M Press DOWN key a few times or until the Character input / editing: CLK/CAL menu is displayed • Press M1 to move the cursor left ï SETUP MENU (MORE) SCLD TEST CLK/CAL ANNUNC RELAYS • Use M2 to move the cursor right ð • Press M4 to backspace (delete) one charac- M1 M2 M3 M4 ter to the left ï CLOCK/CALENDAR (MORE) DAY SAV TM STYLE DT STYLE SET TIME • Program all four of these settings. M1 M2 M3 M4 CLOCK/CALENDAR (MORE) SET DATE SET DAY • Program both of these settings. M1 M2 M3 M4 — Continued next page — Clock / Calendar Setup Page 9 - 1 9
  • 66. Clock / Calendar Menu CLOCK/CALENDAR DAY SAV DAYLITE SAVINGS UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select ENABLED Enable = allows daylight savings time changes DISABLED Disable = does not TM STYLE Select the time style for run mode display, reports TIME STYLE and faxes 12 HOUR UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select 24 HOUR (24 hour = am times, and pm times + 12 hours) DT STYLE Select the date style for run mode display, reports DATE STYLE and faxes MM/DD/YY UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select DD/MM/YY YY/MM/DD (YY = Year, MM = Month, DD = Day) SET TIME Input current time in 24 hour format SET SYSTEM TIME 2 digits are required – use leading zeros before HH:MM:SS single digits, for example input 05 not 5) TABLE 11.1 24 Hour Time Input Format HH:MM:SS 00:00:00 = midnight 22:00:00 = 10 pm + 12 ( hours ) ( add 12 hours to pm times starting at 1 pm to 11:59 pm ) 02:05:00 = 2:05 am SET DATE SET SYSTEM DATE Input current DATE YYYY:MM:DD (YYYY = year, MM = Month, DD = Day)... 2 digits are required for month and day – use leading zeros before single digits, for example input 04 not 4) SET DAY SET SYSTEM DAY OF WEEK Select the current day of the week SUNDAY UP/DN L M to show choices, ENTER to select MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY — ❖ — 9 Page 9 - 2 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 67. 10 Annunciator SETUPPROGRAMMING Contents: See the Table of Contents to find topics in Annunciator Menu this manual. See the Preface for general Annunciator Timeout information about this manual. And see the Modulated & Solid Annunciator Installation, Operator’s, TroubleShooting Output Groups and Alarm Guides, and Application Notes for other Assignments reference material. Annunciator Menu (Console Alarm Horn) The annunciator menu must be set (DO NOT H U skip this menu). The annunciator is an Output MENU × Press this key and the highlighted device that produces an audible alarm to alert 7 sequence shown below attendants of a problem (flashing warning or alarm lights on the console also provide visual SELECT MENU OPTION indications). SETUP UPGRADE LANGUAGE DATALOG Two sounds can be produced: a modulated (beeping) or a continuous solid tone. Any alarm Group can be programmed to sound the M1 M2 M3 M4 annunciator horn(s). NOTE SETUP MENU EXIT SYSTEM TANKS (MORE) PROBES
  • 68. See Worksheets for applicable Output Group assignments. Use the Table of Contents (TOC) to locate Worksheets. M Press DOWN key twice ( 2 X ) SETUP MENU (MORE) Remember: SCLD TEST CLK/CAL ANNUNC RELAYS • Push UP/DOWN keys L M to show more menus or menu selections. • Use menu keys (M1 to M4) to access M1 M2 M3 M4 menus. • Press ENTER to accept a selection or input ANNUNCIATORS a value into the setup configuration memory. MODULATED SOLID TEST • Press CANCEL to cancel data entry M1 M2 M3 M4 Annunciator Timeout Input a considerate alarm timeout value (i.e. 10 seconds) – especially if
  • 69. ! ! NOTE an acknowledge password is required before an alarm can be MODULATED ANNUNCIATOR silenced. Also see the Relays Setup TIMEOUT Chapter and input relay timeouts if MODULATED ANNUNCIATOR TIMEOUT external alarm annunciators are used. 0 0 to 3600 (Input an automatic timeout / turn-off value in seconds... Ø = no timeout, the attendant must press ACK to silence alarms, 3600 = 60 minutes or 1 hour timeout ) — Continued next page — Annunciator Setup Page 10 - 1 10
  • 70. Annunciators Menu (CONTINUED... FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) Modulated Annunciator Output Group (alarm assignment) MODULATED MODULATED ANNUNCIATOR – Continued – Select / assign output group(s) to activate OUT GRPS the modulated annunciator on alarm MODULATED ANNUNCIATOR OUTPUT GROUPs GROUP – ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– A 1 32 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA BB CC DD EE FF Fill–in Modulated Annunciator Output – Group Assignments Below: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA BB CC DD EE FF Example Output Device — OUTPUT GROUP Assignment (shown filled-in) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA BB CC DD EE FF Y Y Y Y Y OUTPUT GROUP GROUP The 24TH group Y – – YYY– –– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Y – – – – – – – – X (Group X) is shown 1 32 assigned Y A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA BB CC DD EE FF Press: M1 to move the cursor left ï NOTE M2 to move the cursor right ð M4 to backspace (delete) one character to the left ï
  • 71. L UP / DOWN M to select (Y for yes assigned, or – (dash) for no not assigned) ENTER to store the setup into the system memory SOLID Go back to ANNUNCIATORS menu and push the SOLID ANNUNCIATOR M2 menu key (under SOLID) to access this menu TIMEOUT 0 0 to 3600 (Input an automatic timeout / turn-off value in seconds... 0 = no timeout, the attendant must press ACK to silence alarms, 3600 = 60 minutes or 1 hour timeout )... see note on first page of this chapter. Solid Annunciator Output Group (alarm assignment) Select / assign output group(s) to activate OUT GRPS the solid tone annunciator on alarm SOLID ANNUNCIATOR OUTPUT GROUPS GROUP – ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– A 1 32 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA BB CC DD EE FF Fill– in Solid Annunciator Output – Group Assignments Below: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA BB CC DD EE FF 10 Page 10 - 2 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 72. NOTE
  • 73. INCON Recommends that you program one of the annunciators to react to system fail warnings and any leak detection sensors and leak test fail alarms. Annunciator Testing TEST • Test the Modulated ALARM HORN ANNUNCIATOR HIT ANY KEY TO QUIT Go back to the ANNUNCIATORS menu and push the M3 menu key (under TEST) to activate the horn. The horn will stop when the modulated annunciator timeout value is reached – or – when any other key is pressed. • Test the Solid ALARM HORN ANNUNCIATOR The solid alalrm horn annunciator can be tested from the front panel by exiting Setup and pressing the ALARM TEST key. The horn will turn off when the solid annunciator timeout value is reached – or – when any other key is pressed. Annunciator Setup Page 10 - 3 10
  • 74. 11 Relays SETUPPROGRAMMING Contents: See the Table of Contents to find topics in Relay Menu this manual. See the Preface for general Relay Timeout information about this manual. And see the Relay 1 & 2 Output Groups Installation, Operator’s, TroubleShooting Alarm Assignments Guides, and Application Notes for other reference material. RELAY OUTPUT DEVICES LOADS – EITHER NC 1 turn off Relay Menu RELAY 1 C 1 with alarm OUTPUT GROUP NO 1 OR RELAY 2 NC 2 turn on H U C 2 OUTPUT GROUP with alarm MENU × Press this key and the highlighted NO 2 7 sequence shown below The relay menu provides the means to control external devices, such as a Remote Alarm unit that alerts attendants of a problem (alarm or SELECT MENU OPTION limit). Two available output relays can be used SETUP UPGRADE LANGUAGE DATALOG for this purpose. The loads will turn on / off in response to alarms M1 M2 M3 M4 that are assigned to output groups (depending on how they are wired)... see the diagram above. SETUP MENU (MORE) NOTE See Worksheets for applicable Output EXIT SYSTEM TANKS M Press DOWN key twice ( 2 X ) PROBES
  • 75. Group assignments. Use the Table of Contents (TOC) to locate Worksheets. SETUP MENU (MORE) Remember: SCLD TEST CLK/CAL ANNUNC RELAYS • Push UP/DOWN keys L M to show more menus or menu selections. M1 M2 M3 M4 • Use menu keys (M1 to M4) to access menus. • Press ENTER to accept a selection or input a RELAYS RELAY 1 RELAY 2 value into the setup configuration memory. • Press CANCEL to cancel data entry M1 M2 M3 M4 ! Relay Timeout Note #A ! Input a considerate automatic relay timeout value – especially when the RELAY 1 relay controls an external alarm TIMEOUT device. RELAY TIMEOUT 1 15 0 to 3600 (Input an automatic relay timeout / turn-off value in seconds... 0 = no timeout, the attendant must press ACK to turn relay off, 3600 = 60 minutes or 1 hour timeout ) — Continued next page — Relays Setup Page 11 - 1 11
  • 76. Relay Menu (CONTINUED... FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) Relay 1 Output Group (alarm assignment) RELAY 1 – Continued – Select / assign output group(s) to activate OUT GRPS RELAY 1 on alarm / limit RELAY OUTPUT GROUPS 1 GROUP – ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– A 1 32 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA BB CC DD EE FF Fill–in RELAY 1 Output – Group Assignments Below: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA BB CC DD EE FF TEST Relay 1 TEST Turns RELAY on and off... listen for clicking sound HIT ANY KEY TO QUIT or wait for the timeout to turn the relay off if the timeout value is greater than Ø. Example Output Device — OUTPUT GROUP Assignment (shown filled-in) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA BB CC DD EE FF Y Y Y Y Y OUTPUT GROUP GROUP Y – – YYY– –– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Y – – – – – – – – X The 24TH group 1 32 (Group X) is shown A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA BB CC DD EE FF assigned Y Press: M1 to move the cursor left ï M2 to move the cursor right ð M4 to backspace (delete) one character to the left ï NOTE
  • 77. L UP / DOWN M to select (Y for yes assigned, or – (dash) for no not assigned) ENTER to store the setup into the system memory ! Relay Timeout Note #B ! When using a relay output in combination with a TS-RK ( Remote alarm Acknowledge unit) and a TS-RA1 or TS-RA2 (Remote Alarm unit) to monitor overfill of multiple tanks, you must set a reasonable relay timeout value. Do this so the relay will react to overfill alarms from each tank without the need for someone to press the ACK SHIFT key after each overfill. 11 Page 11- 2 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 78. RELAY 2 Go back to RELAYS menu and push M2 under TIMEOUT RELAY 2 to access this menu. RELAY TIMEOUT 2 15 0 to 3600 (Input an automatic relay timeout / turn-off value in seconds... 0 = no timeout, the attendant must press ACK to turn relay off, 3600 = 60 minutes or 1 hour timeout )... Input a considerate automatic relay timeout value – especially when the relay controls an external alarm device. Relay 2 Output Group (alarm assignment) Select / assign output group(s) to activate OUT GRPS RELAY 1 on alarm / limit RELAY OUTPUT GROUPS 1 GROUP – ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– A 1 32 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA BB CC DD EE FF Fill– in RELAY 2 Output – Group Assignments Below: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA BB CC DD EE FF TEST Relay 2 TEST Turns RELAY on and off... listen for clicking sound HIT ANY KEY TO QUIT or wait for the timeout to turn the relay off if the timeout value is greater than Ø. Relays Setup Page 11 - 3 11
  • 79. 12 Sensors (Leak Detection) SETUPPROGRAMMING Contents: See the Table of Contents to find topics in Sensors Menu this manual. See the Preface for general Naming Sensors information about this manual. And see the Standard Sensors (ID) Installation, Operator’s, TroubleShooting BriteSensor (ID) Guides, and Application Notes for other Output Groups Assignments reference material. Worksheets 15-1 Sensors Menu Internally, the TS-750 has 8 IS (intrinsically safe) leak detection sensor input channels. H U Press this key MENU × and the highlighted NOTE This menu will appear only when the No. 7 sequence shown below
  • 80. of Sensors is greater than zero (as defined in the system setup menu). The SELECT MENU OPTION SETUP UPGRADE LANGUAGE DATALOG installer must document the type, the location, and the input sensor channel of M1 M2 M3 M4 each leak-detection sensor. Sensor alarms can be setup to print, or send SETUP MENU (MORE) alarm reports, and to energize output groups EXIT SYSTEM TANKS PROBES that can programmed to activate annunciator M Press DOWN key two or three times warning horns, indicator lights, relays, or SETUP MENU (MORE) various other external devices. SENSORS AUX INPUT COMPORTS Fill-in the Worksheets that are provided in this chapter with Output Group assignments for M1 M2 M3 M4 each sensor. Use the Table of Contents (TOC) to locate and compare with other Output Group SENSORS (MORE) AUTO CFG SENSOR 1 SENSOR 2 SENSOR 3 Worksheets. Naming Sensors M1 M2 M3 M4 Sensors can be renamed to help identify the location and type on Reports and Displayed Alarms. For example: a TSP-DIS sensor is installed at Tank 1, to sensor ALARM REPORT channel 3. It was renamed from - SENSOR 3 to - T1 DIS 3. SENSOR ALARMS ACTIVE 1-1-1998 1/1/1998 11:35 PM WATER PRESENT Sensors Menu WATER T1 DIS 3 11:35:02PM T1 DIS 3 SENSOR NO. 3 Leak Detection Sensors Page 12 - 1 12
  • 81. (CONTINUED... FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) SENSORS AUTO CFG Automatically type ID (identify) the sensors PLEASE WAIT WHILE AUTOCONFIG PROGRESS takes 3 or 4 minutes to finish SENSOR 1 UP/DN L M to show choices menu key to select SENSOR 2 : SENSOR 8 NAME SENSOR NAME N N = SENSOR channel Number SENSOR N 9 characters (input / change sensor name... optional ) TYPE STD UP/DN L M to show choices ENTER to select (or TSP-DIS, TSP-DDS, TSP-DTS, see leak detection sensors on next page TSP-HIS, TSP-MWS, TSP-DVS) (ENTER to view... do not change any sensor type use AUTO CFG instead) NOTE Depending on which sensors are installed will determine which of the following alarm OG
  • 82. choices will appear. Output groups can be assigned to activate annunciators, or control relays / devices on alarm. OG (Output Groups) are sensor and channel dependant. Document the Sensor and Output Group Assignments on the Worksheets provided on the following pages. STD OG (Only for standard sensors) N = SENSOR channel Number (Typical) STANDARD OUTPUT GROUP N NONE (A to FF or ALL) assign alarm to Output Group N Typical Output Group PROD OG (with TSP –DIS, DDS, DTS or MWS sensors) Choices PRODUCT OUTPUT GROUP N UP/DN L M to show choices NONE (A to FF or ALL) assign alarm to Output Group N ENTER to select NONE WATER OG (with TSP–DIS, DDS, DVS or DTS sensors) A B C D E F WATER OUTPUT GROUP N G H I J K L NONE (A to FF or ALL) assign alarm to Output Group N M N O P Q R R T U V W X SMP FL OG (with TSP–DDS or DTS sensors) Y Z SUMP FULL OUTPUT GROUP N AA BB CC DD EE FF NONE (A to FF or ALL) assign alarm to Output Group N ALL DRY WL OG (with TSP–MWS sensor) DRY WELL OUTPUT GROUP N NONE (A to FF or ALL) assign alarm to Output Group N HGH BR OG (with TSP-HIS sensor) HIGH BRINE OUTPUT GROUP N NONE (A to FF or ALL) assign alarm to Output Group N LOW BR OG (with TSP-HIS sensor) LOW BRINE OUTPUT GROUP N NONE (A to FF or ALL) assign alarm to Output Group N VAPOR OG (TSP-DVS sensors only... other DVS sensor menus items on next page) VAPOR OUTPUT GROUP N NONE (A to FF or ALL) assign alarm to Output Group N 12 Page 12 - 2 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 83. Special Vapor Sensor Menu ( Continued... ) VAP THRSH (see TSP-DVS install manual) SENSOR VAPOR THRESHOLD N +2000.0 0.0 to 65535.0 (Enter vapor threshold) VAP OFFST (see TSP-DVS install manual) SENSOR VAPOR OFFSET +0 0.0 to 65535.0 (Enter vapor offset) Leak Detection Sensors T SP-EIS ➀ Standard Sensors (below... all Alarms = STD N) ➀ TSP-EIS Electro-optic Interstitial (3 wire, infrared) Standard Sensor detects liquids in spaces between the walls of DWTs ➁ TSP-HLS High product Level (2 wire, float switch) Standard Sensor used inside of tanks as an overfill alarm detector (or in addition to the HIGH, and HIGH HIGH ➁ probe limits) T SP-HLS T SP-ULS ➂ ➂ TSP-ULS Universal Liquid Sensor (2 wire, float switch) Standard Sensor detects liquids in: spaces between the walls of DWTs or Dispenser sumps T SP-DIS BriteSensors & ALARMS (all 3 wire – below) ➃ ➃ TSP-DIS Discriminating Interstitial (infrared & conductivity sensor) ➅ TSP-HIS BriteSensor detects liquid WATER or PRODUCT in spaces between the walls of DWTs TSP-DDS ➄ ➄ TSP-HIS Hydrostatic Interstitial (float switches) BriteSensor detects HIGH BRINE or LOW BRINE levels in hydrostatic reservoirs of DWTs. ➅ TSP-DDS Discriminating Dispenser Sump (conductivity strip & floats) BriteSensor detects liquid PRODUCT or WATER or SUMP FULL in dispenser sumps ➆ TSP-DTS Discriminating Turbine Sump (conductivity strip & floats) ➆ ➇ BriteSensor detects liquid PRODUCT or WATER or SUMP FULL in TSP-MWS STP containment sumps TS P -D TS ➇ TSP-MWS Discriminating ground water monitoring well (float & conductivity strip) BriteSensor – detects DRY WELL (no water in well) or PRODUCT floating on water in monitoring wells ➈ TSP-DVS Discriminating Vapor Well (vapor & conductivity strip) BriteSensor detects liquid WATER or product VAPOR in vapor monitoring wells ➈ T SP-DVS Leak Detection Sensors Page 12 - 3 12
  • 84. Worksheet # 15-1 – Output Groups – Sensor Channels 1 to 8 Fill-in the work sheet below and compare assignments with other work-sheets to uncover conflicts before programming output devices. OG = Output Group - Output Group Assignment WORKSHEET Output Group choices - Sensor Chnl #1: NONE A maximum of A 3 Alarm Output B Groups ( OG ) C can appear per Sensor Chnl #2: D channel # N. E F TSP-DDS & G TSP-DTS Sensor Chnl #3: H sensors have 3 I alarms: Water, J Product & K Sump Full. L Sensor Chnl #4: M Alarm OGs N are: O STD (standard) Sensor Chnl #5: P PROD Q (product) R WATER OG S SMP FL Sensor Chnl #6: T (sump full) U DRY WL V (dry well) W HGH BR (high Sensor Chnl #7: X brine level) Y LOW BR (low Z brine level) AA VAPOR OG Sensor Chnl #8: BB CC Write-in all alarm OGs DD for each EE sensor example: WATER OG 11 W Could activate the annunciator when water is detected FF Could activate the annunciator and Relay 1to disable dispensing if product channel #. PROD OG 11 P is detected (TSP-DIS shown) ALL Output Devices: Modulated Annunciator, Solid Annunciator, Relay 1, Relay 2 (record all OG Assignments in the vertical column) 12 Page 12 - 4 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 85. 13 Auxiliary Inputs SETUPPROGRAMMING Contents: See the Table of Contents to find topics in Aux. Input Menu this manual. See the Preface for general information about this manual. And see the Installation, Operator’s, TroubleShooting Guides, and Application Notes for other reference material. Aux. Input Menu H U MENU × Press this key and the highlighted 7 sequence shown below Internally, the TS-750 has two non-intrinsically safe, auxiliary alarm input-channels. They are IN SELECT MENU OPTION 1 and IN 2, and are located inside of the Tank SETUP UPGRADE LANGUAGE DATALOG Sentinel console. Both inputs provide +5 Volt DC power and ground (no other power is required... M1 M2 M3 M4 connecting an external power source will damage the unit). The auxiliary inputs are wired to and SETUP MENU (MORE) switched by the dry contacts of the external EXIT SYSTEM TANKS PROBES device to signal an event. M Press the DOWN key two or three times SETUP MENU (MORE) SENSORS AUXINPUT COMPORTS Both of the auxiliary inputs channels can be named and setup to print or send alarm reports and can be assigned to an alarm output group M1 M2 M3 M4 which can activate annunciator warning horns, indicator lights, relays and various other external AUXILIARY INPUTS INPUT 1 INPUT 2 devices. M1 M2 M3 M4 The installer should provide you with the mode, name, and location and purpose of the auxiliary AUXILIARY INPUT 1 input channel before you name or program it ! MODE NAME OUT GROUP NOTE AUX INPUT alarms are displayed with M1 M2 M3 M4
  • 86. SENSOR ALARMS ! Example: ALARM REPORT Report and Alarm Display for SENSOR ALARMS ACTIVE 2-1-1998 2/1/1998 05:55 AM channel 1 is renamed as AUXILIARY INPUT OPEN FB 1 5:55:52 AM AUXILIARY INPUT OPEN FB 1 ( Open For OPEN FB 1 Business channel 1 ). — Continued on next page — CHANNEL NO. 1 Auxiliary Input Setup Page 13 - 1 13
  • 87. Auxiliary Inputs Menu (CONTINUED... FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) AUXILIARY INPUTS INPUT 1 INPUT 2 Use menu keys to select AUXILIARY INPUT 1 MODE NAME OUT GROUP MODE AUXILIARY INPUT MODE 1 UP/DN L M to show choices ENTER to select ACTIVE CLOSED (normally open input) CLOSED TO OPEN EDGE (normally closed input active on voltage drop) OPEN TO CLOSED EDGE (normally open input active on rising voltage) ACTIVE OPEN (normally closed input) NAME AUXILIARY INPUT NAME 1 AUXILIARY 1 9 characters (input / change sensor name... optional ) OUT GROUP AUXILIARY INPUT OUTPUT GROUP 1 NONE (A to FF or ALL) assign alarm to Output Group 1 (document the assignment in Worksheet # 10) AUXILIARY INPUT 2 MODE NAME OUT GROUP MODE AUXILIARY INPUT MODE 2 UP/DN L M to show choices ENTER to select ACTIVE CLOSED (normally open input) CLOSED TO OPEN EDGE (normally closed input active on voltage drop) OPEN TO CLOSED EDGE (normally open input active on rising voltage) ACTIVE OPEN (normally closed input) NAME AUXILIARY INPUT NAME 2 AUXILIARY 2 9 characters (input / change sensor name... optional ) OUT GROUP AUXILIARY INPUT OUTPUT GROUP 2 NONE (A to FF or ALL) assign alarm to Output Group 2 (document the assignment in Worksheet # 10) 13 Page 13 - 2 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 88. 14 Communication Ports SETUPPROGRAMMING Contents: The Tank Sentinel console can communicate Com Ports Menu directly to a POS terminal, or remotely with Comm Port 1 Menu an optional external modem to a PC. Comm Port 2 Menu See the Installation, Operator’s, TroubleShooting Guides, and Application Notes for other reference material. Comm Ports Menu H U MENU × Press this key and the highlighted 7 sequence shown below Cycle console power off, and then wait 5 SELECT MENU OPTION SETUP UPGRADE LANGUAGE DATALOG seconds before turning the console power back on. Do this after changing any COM PORTS setting / programming to make the new settings current. M1 M2 M3 M4 Use COMM PORT 1 for local connections to SETUP MENU (MORE) communications software programs - IBM EXIT SYSTEM TANKS PROBES PCs. M Press the DOWN key three or four times SETUP MENU (MORE) COM PORTS M1 M2 M3 M4 COMM PORTS COMM1 COMM2 M1 M2 M3 M4 COMM PORT 1 Menu COMMUNICATIONS MODE UP/DN L M to show choices ENTER to select NATIVE (Select –Tank Sentinel Native Mode is default) VEEDER ROOT VDR ROOT 422 (only for COMM 1) Communication Ports Setup Page 14 - 1 14
  • 89. COMM PORT 1 Menu (Continued... ) BAUD BAUD RATE UP/DN L M to show choices ENTER to select 1200 BAUD (Select one) 2400 BAUD 4800 BAUD 9600 BAUD 19200 BAUD 300 BAUD 600 BAUD DATA BITS DATA BITS UP/DN L M to show choices ENTER to select 8 BITS (Select one) 7 BITS STOP BITS STOP BITS UP/DN L M to show choices ENTER to select 1 STOP BIT (Select one) 2 STOP BITS PARITY PARITY UP/DN L M to show choices ENTER to select NO PARITY (Select one) ODD PARITY EVEN PARITY ECHO TEST ECHO TEST ACTIVE… HIT ANY KEY TO QUIT SECURITY Access code — limit access to the Tank Sentinel SECURITY CODE console (highly recommended) blank 6 characters (input & ENTER up to 6 characters maximum) COMM PORT 2 Menu Cycle console power on and off after NOTE (for an external modem)
  • 90. programming is done, or after any COM PORTS setting is changed. COMM PORTS COMM1 COMM2 Use COMM PORT 2 for remote connection to M1 M2 M3 M4 a POS terminal, or external modem, or to a Computer system / IBM PCs (this may require a null modem cable). COMM PORT 2 MODE Go back to display this menu and press M2 COMMUNICATIONS MODE to access the Comm Port 2 menu. NATIVE UP/DN L M to show choices ENTER to select VEEDER ROOT (Select one) 14 Page 14 - 2 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 91. COMM PORT 2 Menu (Continued... ) BAUD BAUD RATE UP/DN L M to show choices ENTER to select 1200 BAUD (Select one) 2400 BAUD 4800 BAUD 9600 BAUD 19200 BAUD 300 BAUD 600 BAUD DATA BITS DATA BITS UP/DN L M to show choices ENTER to select 8 BITS (Select one) 7 BITS STOP BITS STOP BITS UP/DN L M to show choices ENTER to select 1 STOP BIT (Select one) 2 STOP BITS PARITY PARITY UP/DN L M to show choices ENTER to select NO PARITY (Select one) ODD PARITY EVEN PARITY ECHO TEST ACCESS CODE or PHONE No. AT Command ECHO TEST ACTIVE… Characters: D = ( , ) comma = dial delay HIT ANY KEY TO QUIT AUTODIAL Automatically dials up to 4 numbers when COMM 2 AUTODIAL Deliveries, Alarms or Leaks occur... NUMBER 1 Program numbers below: NUMBER 2 NUMBER 3 NUMBER 4 (sub-menus below – shown typical the any number, COMM 2 NUMBERS N where: N = number 1, 2, 3, or 4) ACCESS CD ACCESS CODE N blank 12 characters (enter access code # 12 characters maximum) PHONE NUM PHONE NUMBER N blank 12 characters (enter phone # 12 characters maximum) REDIAL EN REDIAL ENABLE N UP/DN L M to show choices ENTER to select DISABLED (Select one... enabled allows re-dialing of the ENABLED phone number) — Comm Port 2 AutoDial Menu is continued on next page — Communication Ports Setup Page 14 - 3 14
  • 92. COMM PORT 2 & AUTODIAL Menu (Continued... ) ___ Dial Strings reference sets of DELIVERY Report Deliveries to: remote access and DELIVERY DIAL STRING phonenumbers blank up to 4 numbers (NUMBERS1thru 4) that are ALARMS Report Alarms to: programmed in the ALARM DIAL STRING AUTODIALmenu. blank up to 4 numbers For example: Input a 1 2 to LEAKS Report Tank Leaks to: automatically call LEAK DIAL STRING and send data to blank up to 4 numbers phonenumbers1 and2. LINES Report Line Leaks to: Duplicates (ie LINE DIAL STRING 11) are not blank up to 4 numbers allowed. SCALD Report SCALD Tank Leaks to: SCALD DIAL STRING blank up to 4 numbers SECURITY access code — limit access to the Tank Sentinel SECURITY CODE console data base ...highly recommended blank up to 6 characters (input a security code) NOTE
  • 93. Cycle console power on and off after programming is done, or after any COM PORTS setting is changed. Also, when the data / fax modem is present, press CHECK & M3 DIALTONE to see if a dial tone is detected. — ❖ — 14 Page 14 - 4 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 94. 15 Upgrade Menu Contents: See the Table of Contents to find topics in TS-UPGRADE this manual. See the Preface for general Upgrade Menu information about this manual. And see the Installation, Operator’s, TroubleShooting Guides, and Application Notes for other reference material. TS-UPGRADE The S.C.A.L.D. feature can be added by Ordering a TS-UPGRADE. Read this chapter before attempting to upgrade the Tank Sentinel system. Setup programming is required once the upgrade is performed. WARNING Do not attempt an upgrade without the correct upgrade password and 3 upgrade strings (codes). Repeated upgrade attempts that fail will damage the equipment (avoid unauthorized upgrade attempts) ! NOTE: Upgrade codes can be used only once ! Exact instructions and a unique upgrade password and upgrade strings will be mailed to you on receipt of: 1) Your Purchase Order number 2) Console Serial Number (verify that it is correct) 3) Hardware requirement(s) 4) Software requirement(s) 5) Your Name and Shipping Address A FAX-transmittal can be sent upon request... provide your Fax number The upgrade instructions that are sent to you are both console and serial-number specific. The upgrade will, therefore, not work with any other console ! Verify that the input password is correct before pressing the ENTER key. See the next page for a keypad key review. — Continued next page — Upgrade Page 15 - 1 15
  • 95. Press the ACK SHIFT Key Keypad Key Use – Review: The upper to toggle between input right corner • Press CANCEL to cancel an input character type ( # 1 ) & ( # 3 ) of the display then press the Key of choice. shows the • Press M4 to backspace over / delete one character to input ( # 1 ) input a ( # 2 ) the left of the cursor ï selection ...shown A...M letter N...Z • Press M2 to move the cursor right ð here within • Press M1 to move the cursor left ï dashed COMMAND • Use the ENTER key to accept / enter data lines • Press the ACK SHIFT key to toggle between the input ( # 3 ) NUMERIC Typical types: an A...M letter (#1) and numeric (#3). Hexidecemal Key number or special character letters A thru F – or – numeric inputs 0 thru 9 are allowed. NOTE (0 = zero).
  • 96. Upgrade Menu H U MENU × Press this key and the highlighted 7 sequence shown below SELECT MENU OPTION SETUP UPGRADE LANGUAGE DATALOG M1 M2 M3 M4 WARNING – ILLEGAL UPGRADE ATTEMPTS This message is displayed briefly, before the WILL DAMAGE THE SYSTEM ! next message. M1 M2 M3 M4 Upgrade Steps ) ENTERUPGRADEPASSWORD NUMERIC 1 ) Use the keypad to input and enter the BACKSPACE upgrade password that was provided. ( Note: spaces are inserted automatically ) M1 M2 M3 M4 See the ENTER UPGRADE PASSWORD NUMERIC example at left, and the next display (if an 51C1 51C2 51C3 51C4 BACKSPACE upgrade code is incorrect)... M1 M2 M3 M4 example UPGRADE password 15 Page 15 - 2 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 97. PASSWORD IS ILLEGAL This message will be displayed if an incorrect password was entered. M1 M2 M3 M4 See the WARNING on page 1 of this Chapter ...verify that the upgrade password is correct before you press the ENTER key ! SYSTEM UPGRADE FUNCTION This message is displayed when the upgrade STRING 1 STRING 2 STRING 3 RUN password was entered correctly, and after each upgrade string is entered. M1 M2 M3 M4 SYSTEM UPGRADE FUNCTION STRING 1 ............................................................ 2 ) Press M1 to input upgrade string # 1 ( see example below-left ) STRING 2 ............................................................ 3 ) Press M2 to input upgrade string # 2 STRING 3 ................................................................ 4 ) Press M3 to input upgrade string # 3 RUN .......................................................................... ( follow step 5 then step 6 ) UPGRADE STRING 1 NUMERIC 51D1 51D2 51D3 51D4 BACKSPACE M1 M2 M3 M4 example UPGRADE string # 1 NOTE 5 ) Press the M1 M2 & M3 keys again
  • 98. and verify that all of the upgrade strings are correct before you press M4 under RUN. Correct any upgrade string as necessary. RUN ....................................................................... 6 ) Press M4 under RUN choice to “ run” the upgrade after all of the strings have been verified correct. SETUP DATA IS ILLEGAL When the upgrade is successful, the Tank Sentinel console will display this fact. It will then reboot and enter the setup mode automatically... M1 M2 M3 M4 7 ) access the new / expanded menu(s) and program the console to operate with these new upgrade features. If an upgrade is not successful, this message is displayed (setup data is illegal). Upgrade Page 15 - 3 15
  • 99. 16 Language Selection Menu Contents: See the Table of Contents to find topics in Language Selection Menu this manual. See the Preface for general Language Selection Notes information about this manual. See the Installation, Operator’s, TroubleShooting Guides and Application Notes for other reference sources. Language Selection Menu Language Selection Notes H U MENU × Press this key and the highlighted • English is the Factory Default 7 sequence shown below language for the Tank Sentinel® system. SELECT MENU OPTION • Press a menu key M1 — M4 to SETUP UPGRADE LANGUAGE DATALOG select another language for the system to use M1 M2 M3 M4 • The System language is used for all Reports, Faxes, and Displays SELECT LANGUAGE • A language selection is used ENGLISH FRENCH SPANISH PORTUGUESE immediately by the system • To change the Language used by the M1 M2 M3 M4 system back again, access this menu and press the appropriate ENGLISH SELECTED menu key M1 — M4 (the position of SELECTIONNER LANGUE the languages are fixed... English is ANGLAIS FRANCAIS ESPAGNOL PORTUGAIS above the M1 menu key). M1 M2 M3 M4 FRENCH SELECTED SELECCIONAR IDIOMA INGLES FRANCES ESPANOL PORTUGUES M1 M2 M3 M4 SPANISH SELECTED SELECIONE LINGUAGEM INGLES FRANCES ESPANHOL PORTUGUES M1 M2 M3 M4 PORTUGUESE SELECTED Language Selection Page 16 - 1 16
  • 100. 17 Data Log Menu Contents: See the Table of Contents to find topics in Data Log Menu this manual. See the Preface for general Data Logging Notes information about this manual. See the Installation, Operator’s, TroubleShooting Guides and Application Notes for other reference sources. Data Log Menu Data Logging Notes H U MENU × Press this key and the highlighted This menu can be ignored unless 7 sequence shown below diagnostic tank data is required. SELECT MENU OPTION • In order to access this menu: a 9 pin SETUP UPGRADE LANGUAGE DATALOG communications cable must be plugged into Comm Port 1 or Comm Port 2 at the M1 M2 M3 M4 Tank Sentinel console (the other end plugs into a serial communications port of a IBM compatable computer). DATALOG COMM 1 COMM 2 This must be done with power off at the computer and Tank Sentinel console. M1 M2 M3 M4 • Instructions and requirements about this feature will be supplied by INCON SELECT DATALOG Technical Service. START STOP M1 M2 M3 M4 START DATALOG (MORE) TANK1 TANK2 TANK3 ...TANK4 Press a menu select key ( M1 thru M4 ) to choose a tank. M1 M2 M3 M4 SELECT DATALOG START STOP ...(Ends Data Logging) M1 M2 M3 M4 Data Log Menu Page 17 - 1 17
  • 101. 18 Problem Solving (Alarms & Errors) Contents: See the Table of Contents to find topics in Problem Solving this manual. See the Preface for general Outputs DON’T Turn On When information about this manual. Also see the Expected Installation, Operator’s, TroubleShooting Guides, and Application Notes for other reference sources. Problem Solving The following table lists alarm and errors in alphabetical order. Suggested reason and actions are shown below these in a shaded region. NOTE: Diagnostic text is shown bolded and become alarms if active for 48 hours Printed / Faxed / Displayed System WARNING / Error Descriptions and # Alarm Type: Alarm / Warning Text: ALARM Descriptions (actions to take) 1 ACKNOWLEDGED Alarm or warning is ACKNOWLEDGED message 2 ACTIVE Alarm or Warning is ACTIVE message (Investigate / determine the cause of the alarm or warning and correct it). 3 API ERROR / API VOL SYSTEM Error in API temperature compensation routine (Check any Special Products -- reprogram temperature compensation type). ALPHA ERROR / ALPHA ERR / Error in API temperature compensation routine 4 SYSTEM ALPHA V calculating ALPHA (Check Special Products -- reprogram temperature compensation type and API ALPHA value). 5 AUXILIARY INPUT SENSOR Auxiliary input detected on channel 1 or 2 (Follow policy procedures at the site... what is the input source / name / purpose ?) Informational message only --- an Alarm / Warning 6 CLEARED has cleared WARNING - Central Processing Unit / hardware 7 CPU CRASH SYSTEM failure / power quality problem Has this happened before ? Check alarms history (all)... Active alarms - are Recent electrical storms / any current ? Any probe / sensor sync alarms / brownouts ? Power stable fuse out ? Check and test the operation of the (check) ?Use the check key... entire system. Lighting strikes or flood may check: Date & Time, Display, require replacement of: main PC Board / other Printer, Dialtone & Options… components) Problem Solving Page 18 - 1 18
  • 102. NOTE: Diagnostic text is shown bolded and become alarms if active for 48 hours Printed / Faxed / Displayed System WARNING / Error Descriptions and # Alarm Type: Alarm / Warning Text: ALARM Descriptions (actions to take) TSP-MWS ground water Monitoring Well BriteSensor is not submerged in water @ Channel 8 DRY WELL SENSOR #N (it cannot detect a product leak unless it's submerged in ground water) (The monitoring well is not deep enough or the sensor is too short - correct either) External N input module has detected an input 9 EXTERNAL INPUT SENSOR signal (follow policy procedure at your site). (Follow policy procedures at the site... what is the input source / name / purpose ?) WARNING - FUSE F14 is blown... 5 VDC Sensor 10 F14 OPEN / F14 FUS SYSTEM Supply Power is lost. Leak detection sensors cannot operate without power (Replace F14 with 430-0027. If the fuse blows again: 1) label each sensor cable with the input channel #, shut off all power, disconnect all sensors. Rewire sensors one at a time to isolate the problem sensor -- then replace F14 and the problem sensor) FENCE ERROR / STACK WARNING - Memory buffer is full (temporary... may 11 SYSTEM (overflow) FENCE ERROR be seen if too many reports are requested) (Inform operator to expand the time between report requests) FLOAT HEIGHT / FLOAT HT / 12 SYSTEM WARNING - Float Height - calculation Error FLT HT (Float height / level measurement error. Probable cause -- the FLOAT TYPE was programmed incorrectly. Product in the Tank ? Correct float installed ? See Installation Guide & reprogram PROBES - DATA - FLT TYPE) FLOAT MISSING / FLT 13 SYSTEM WARNING - diagnostic warning Float Missing MISSNG / FLT MIS (Probable causes - wrong cable used, wet This is a hardware / connections, faulty wiring / installation (float(s) installation problem (certified were lost in the tank because the float retainer installer should correct) was not installed properly, or wrong type of float installed, or probe or float is defective) TSP-HIS BriteSensor @ Channel #N detected a 14 HIGH BRINE SENSOR High Brine level (Shut down pump & dispenser especially when (Analyze both brine and the a leak test has also failed on that tank. Find the product in tank for cause of the leak: run a tank leak test [see appearance of either - LEAK], report to local Regulatory agency, retest Chemical analysis required) / replace sensor if faulty) 18 Page 18 - 2 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 103. NOTE: Diagnostic text is shown bolded and become alarms if active for 48 hours Printed / Faxed / Displayed System WARNING / Error Descriptions and # Alarm Type: Alarm / Warning Text: ALARM Descriptions (actions to take) HIGH HIGH / HIGH HIGH 15 TANK High High product level Limit @ Tank N LIMIT (Procedures may vary from site to site about this alarm. Is this a high product or tank overfill ? Has a spill occurred ? Immediately report any spills and take corrective action to reduce hazards conditions.) 16 HIGH LIMIT TANK High product level Limit @ Tank N (see above) HIGH WATER (also see High Water level limit @ Tank N (water added to 17 TANK WATER LIMIT) tank during deliveries / water is entering the tank) (The water level has risen to / above the high Determine the problem & WATER LIMIT. Do reports show increasing water take appropriate corrective levels after deliveries ? Are beginning & end action) water levels the same during leak tests / are slopes increasing ? ) WARNING - a Leak was detected @ Tank N during 18 LEAK / LEAK DETECTED SYSTEM the after hours Sentinel mode (Continuous Leaks ? (1. Shut down dispensing. 2. Shut off pump / SENTINEL displayed dispenser power 3. Retest / start a Standard 0.2 alternately with TANK ? If the gph tank test forTank N -- 2 hours after the last answer is yes to both of these dispense 4. If a second confirming 0.2 leak test then the fails Call local Regulatory Agency / Manager Sentinel Mode is running or 5. If second Leak Test passes [the initial leak during business hours - test failure was false]... turn pump and reprogram start & end time) dispenser power back on and restore normal operation. 19 LEAK LIMIT SYSTEM SYSTEM / TANK Leak limit for Tank N (see leak) LEAK TEST: PASSED 20 Slope is less than leak threshold for Tank N RESULT - Slope is less / more negative than leak threshold 21 LEAK TEST: FAILED RESULT for Tank N (see LEAK above & Retest) +Slope is more positive than the leak threshold LEAK TEST: INCREASE 22 value (= leak test/2) for Tank N (see LEAK & RESULT Retest) LEAK TEST: ABORTED 23 Leak Test was aborted for Tank N RESULT LEAK TEST: INDETERMIN The leak test ran 8 hours but still can't determine a 24 RESULT (indeterminate) result for Tank N (some disturbance [temperature or turbulence] affected the test... wait 2 hours after the last dispense, or 6 hours after the last delivery before retesting). Problem Solving Page 18 - 3 18
  • 104. NOTE: Diagnostic text is shown bolded and become alarms if active for 48 hours Printed / Faxed / Displayed System WARNING / Error Descriptions and # Alarm Type: Alarm / Warning Text: ALARM Descriptions (actions to take) LEVEL ERROR / LEVEL ERR / WARNING - product Level - calculation Error (call 25 SYSTEM LVL ERR service provider to fix this problem) This is a hardware / (Probable causes - wrong cable used, wet installation problem (certified connections, faulty wiring / error, or probe is installer should correct) defective / cannot read level) 26 LIQUID DETECTED / LIQUID SENSOR Standard Sensor @ Channel #N detected a liquid (Depending on the sensor location: Shut down Take liquid samples at that pump & dispenser and run a leak test [see leak detector location for LEAK] as directed by local Regulatory agency chemical analysis. and identify the liquid detected, retest / replace sensor) TSP-HIS BriteSensor @ Channel #N detected a Low 27 LOW BRINE SENSOR Brine level (Shut down pump & dispenser especially when (Analyze both brine and the a leak test has also failed on that tank. Find the product in tank for cause of the leak: run a tank leak test [see appearance of either - LEAK], report to local Regulatory agency, retest Chemical analysis required) / replace sensor if faulty) 28 LOW LIMIT TANK Low product level Limit @ Tank N (Depending on setpoint limit: stop dispensing & shutdown pump or reorder product) Low Low product level Limit @ Tank N (see policy 29 LOW LOW LIMIT / LOW LOW TANK procedures at your site) (Depending on setpoint limit: stop dispensing & shutdown pump or reorder product) 30 MEMORY ERROR / MEM ERR SYSTEM WARNING - Memory Error (Power quality problem, or memory-backup battery is low - check [print / download all setup Check line voltage and reports before replacing battery with power on, frequency (Hz) and verify that unit works correctly as programmed] it may also occur after system software is replaced) 31 NET ERROR / NET ERR SYSTEM WARNING - Net Volume - calculation Error (Programming error in: Special tank shape data, Also see LEVEL, ULLAGE, probe type / special probe, or temperature VOLUME, and WATER compensation not programmed correctly in ERROR Special Products - check, verify and reprogram as required). 18 Page 18 - 4 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 105. NOTE: Diagnostic text is shown bolded and become alarms if active for 48 hours Printed / Faxed / Displayed System WARNING / Error Descriptions and # Alarm Type: Alarm / Warning Text: ALARM Descriptions (actions to take) 32 NO PROBE / NO PROB SYSTEM diagnostic WARNING - No Probe Detected Programming error (or (Probable causes - number of tanks exceeds hardware / installation number of probes programmed, wrong cable problem... certified installer used, wet connections, faulty wiring / error, or should correct) probe is defective / cannot read level) 33 PAPER OUT SYSTEM (Add a new roll of TS-TP2 thermal printer paper) WARNING - Power Down (time & date the unit lost 34 POWER DOWN SYSTEM power / was powered down) WARNING - Power Up (time that the unit was 35 POWER UP SYSTEM powered up / regained power) 36 PROBE SYNC / PRB SYC SYSTEM diagnostic WARNING - signal lost from Probe (Programming error in: special probe length, Programming error (or wrong cable used, ground wiring incorrect / hardware / installation faulty wiring, wet connections [Scotchcast 400 problem -- certified installer epoxy sealer was not used], or probe is should correct) defective) PRODUCT PRESENT / TSP-DIS, -DDS, -DTS, -MWS BriteSensor @ 37 SENSOR PRODUCT DETECTED Channel #N has detected a liquid hydrocarbon (Shut down pump & dispenser for that tank and Take liquid samples at that run leak tests [see LEAK] as directed by local 38 leak detector location for Regulatory agency. Line leak tests may require chemical analysis. pumps on. Test and replace leak detection sensor if defective.) RTD TABLE ERROR / RTD 39 SYSTEM WARNING - Number of RTDs Error TBL ER / RTD TBL (Number of actual and programmed RTDs do not match -- reprogram with correct number) SCALD TEST FAILED / SCALD WARNING - SCALD Leak Test Failed alarm report 40 SYSTEM DETECTED LEAK for Tank N (run a Standard leak test for that tank... See LEAK) SEN DAT / SENS DATA / WARNING - a BriteSensor @ Channel #N is sending 41 SYSTEM SENSOR DATA ERROR data errors (Incorrect communications data transmitted from a BriteSensor. Defective BriteSensor - replace leak detection sensor ASAP) SENSOR FAIL / SNS FAIL / 42 MESSAGE proceeds Sensor Fail Alarm reports SEN FAL Problem Solving Page 18 - 5 18
  • 106. NOTE: Diagnostic text is shown bolded and become alarms if active for 48 hours Printed / Faxed / Displayed System WARNING / Error Descriptions and # Alarm Type: Alarm / Warning Text: ALARM Descriptions (actions to take) SENS LOSS OF SIGNAL / SIG WARNING - no data sent / signal lost from 43 SYSTEM LOST / SEN SIG BriteSensor @ Channel #N (Signal lost from a BriteSensor. Sensor wiring is off / broken / corroded or the BriteSensor is Check console sensor input defective - check wiring & leak detection sensor terminals first... are any wires ASAP. Reconnect / resplice wires, test / replace loose / off ? sensor and seal splices in epoxy Scotchcast 400) SENSOR ID ERROR / WARNING - a Standard sensor or BriteSensor was 44 SYSTEM SENSOR ID / SENS ID incorrectly typed / identified (Go to SETUP - SENSORS - and press M1 to AUTO CONFIGURE / type ID the sensor... this takes from 3 to 10 minutes [depending on how many Standard sensors are connected] ) WARNING - data signals not synchronous from SENSOR SYNC ERROR / 45 SYSTEM BriteSensor @ Channel #N (call service provider SENSOR SYNC / SEN SYN ASAP to correct this) (BriteSensor signals are not synchronous. Sensor wire splices are wet / corroded or Check console sensor input BriteSensor is defective - check wiring & leak terminals first... are any wires detection sensor ASAP. Resplice wires, test / loose / off ? replace sensor and seal splices in epoxy Scotchcast 400) STANDARD ALARM / SENSOR Standard Sensor (TSP-EIS, -HLS, -ULS) 46 SENSOR STANDARD INPUT @ Channel #N detected liquid (Run a leak test [depending on sensor Take liquid samples at that location... see LEAK] and confirm leak. Take leak detector location for necessary action / identify the liquid detected / chemical analysis. retest sensor and report to local Regulatory agency) TSP-DDS, -DTS BriteSensor @ Channel #N liquid... 47 SUMP FULL SENSOR Sump Full alarm (When no product alarm exists: see local rules & regulations about pumping containment sump waste water) 48 SYSTEM FAIL Message proceeds System Alarm Warning reports STRAP TABLE ERROR / WARNING - Tank Strapping Chart or Table... setup 49 SYSTEM TABLE ERR / TBL ERR programming Error (Values out of range or incorrect. Check and correct Special Tank N Diameter, Length, and Correction Table - reference the manufacturers' tank chart) 18 Page 18 - 6 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 107. NOTE: Diagnostic text is shown bolded and become alarms if active for 48 hours Printed / Faxed / Displayed System WARNING / Error Descriptions and # Alarm Type: Alarm / Warning Text: ALARM Descriptions (actions to take) TEMPERATURE ERROR / WARNING - probe/product Temperature - 50 SYSTEM TEMP ERROR / TMP ERR calculation Error (TMP ERR displayed) (Programming error in: Special Probe N length / Programming error (or RTD positions / Special Product N TMP CTYPE hardware / installation [temperature compensation type]. Or wrong problem -- certified installer cable used, wiring incorrect, wet connections should correct) [Scotchcast 400 epoxy sealer was not used], or probe is defective) a Leak Test Failed result - for Tank and/or Line N 51 TEST FAILED alarm report message WARNING - Sentinel Mode: Theft Detected (the THEFT DETECTED / THEFT 52 SYSTEM amount of product missing reached the Theft Limit) LIMIT alarm report for Tank N 53 TRANSIENT brief Alarm or Warning TRANSIENT message ULLAGE ERROR / ULLAGE 54 SYSTEM WARNING - Error in calculating Ullage ERR / ULG ERR Also see LEVEL, NET, (Programming error in: Special Tank N shape VOLUME, and WATER Data, or Special Probe N -- OR -- if unit cannot ERROR read level... see LEVEL error) UNSTABLE PROBE / UNST WARNING - the signal from Probe N has become 55 SYSTEM PROBE / UNST PB / UNST PB Unstable (call service provider to correct) (Wrong cable used, wiring incorrect, wrong Check wiring connectors and [wire nut] connectors used, wet / corroded repair splice connectors [Scotchcast 400 epoxy sealer was not used], wet junction box) TSP-DVS BriteSensor @ Channel #N detected 56 VAPOR DETECTED / VAPOR SENSOR product Vapor in the vapor monitoring well (Shut down pump & dispenser for that tank and Take vapor samples at that run leak tests [see LEAK] as directed by local monitoring well for chemical Regulatory agency. Line leak tests may require analysis. pumps on. Test and replace leak detection sensor if defective). VOLUME ERROR / VOLUME 57 SYSTEM WARNING - product - Volume calculation error ERR / VOL ERR Also see LEVEL, NET, (Programming error in: Special Tank N shape ULLAGE, and WATER Data, or Probe / Special Probe N -- OR -- if unit ERROR cannot read level) Problem Solving Page 18 - 7 18
  • 108. NOTE: Diagnostic text is shown bolded and become alarms if active for 48 hours Printed / Faxed / Displayed System WARNING / Error Descriptions and # Alarm Type: Alarm / Warning Text: ALARM Descriptions (actions to take) TSP-DIS, -DDS, DTS, DVS discriminating 58 WATER DETECTED SENSOR BriteSensor @ Channel #N has detected Water (For TSP-DDS / DTS sensors see local rules & Because water is present, the regulations about pumping containment sump discriminating BriteSensor waste water, for TSP-DIS depending on its may be unable to detect a location fix the water leak, for TSP-DVS vapor product leak monitoring well sensor: the ground water level is too high [it can't detect product vapor] - adjust sensor height and test / replace sensor) Water level Limit has been reached or exceeded @ 59 WATER LIMIT TANK Tank N (also see HIGH WATER) WATER VOLUME ERROR / 60 SYSTEM WARNING - Water Volume calculation error WTR VOL ER / WTR VOL Also see LEVEL, NET, (Programming error in: Special Tank N shape ULLAGE, and VOLUME Data, or Probe / Special Probe N -- OR -- if unit ERROR cannot read level) WATCHDOG TIMEOUT / WD WARNING - the console self-monitoring program 61 SYSTEM TIMEOUT has detected a software or power quality problem (this error usually happens after hardware Also see MEMORY ERROR upgrades... if it occurs in other situations then check power and the entire system operation) NOTE See the Operators Guide for other error messages that are listed by type.
  • 109. Outputs DON’T Turn On When Expected • Printout setup report(s) • Check Worksheets for alarm-limit or alarm Output Group assignments • Check output device (Annunciators / Relays) for alarm group assignments. • Correct programming assignments as necessary and retest operation — ❖ — 18 Page 18 - 8 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Guide
  • 110. A Appendix A O/C = Owens Corning / FC Fluid Containment Standard D = Diameter (Dia.) L = Length S = Single Wall Tanks DW = Double Wall Tank (DWT) TYPE CAPACITY DIMENSIONS S / DW # MANUFACTURER MODEL (GALLONS) D x L (INCHES) WALL 01 O/C TANKS D5 550 48 X 78 S DWT-4 (4) 550 51 X 83 DW 02 O/C TANKS D-5 1,000 50 X 132 S DWT-4 (4) 1,000 53 X 138 D 03 O/C TANKS D-2B 2,000 74 X 133 S D-6 2,000 74 X 133 S 04 O/C TANKS DWT-2 (6) 2,500 75 X 151 D 05 O/C TANKS D-6 4,000 74 X 236 S DWT-2 (6) 4,000 75 X 239 D 06 O/C TANKS G-5 4,000 92 X 167 S G-6 4,000 95 X 167 S 07 O/C TANKS G-3 4,000 92 X 165 S 08 O/C TANKS D-6 6,000 74 X 354 S DWT-2 (6) 6,000 75 X 357 D 09 O/C TANKS G-3 6,000 92 X 231 S 10 O/C TANKS DWT-2 (8) 6,000 95 X 237 D 11 O/C TANKS G-3 8,000 92 X 300 S 12 O/C TANKS G-5 8,000 92 X 299 S G-6 8,000 95 X 299 S DWT-2 (8) 8,000 95 X 303 D 13 O/C TANKS DWT-2 (6) 8,000 75 X 472 D 14 O/C TANKS G-3 10,000 92 X 362 S 15 O/C TANKS G-5 10,000 92 X 365 S G-6 10,000 95 X 365 S 16 O/C TANKS D-6 10,000 120 X 245 S 17 O/C TANKS DWT-2(6) 10,000 75 X 570 D 18 O/C TANKS G-3 12,000 92 X 432 S 19 O/C TANKS G-5 12,000 92 X 431 S G-6 12,000 95 X 431 S DWT-2(8) 12,000 95 X 435 D 20 O/C TANKS DWT-2(10) 15,000 124 X 348 D 21 O/C TANKS DWT-2(10) 20,000 124 X 458 D 22 O/C TANKS DWT-2(10) 25,000 125 X 554 D Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Appendix A Page A-1 A
  • 111. TYPE CAPACITY DIMENSIONS S / DW # MANUFACTURER MODEL (GALLONS) D x L (INCHES) WALL 23 O/C TANKS DWT-2(10) 30,000 124 X 656 D 24 XERXES — 2,000 96 X 108 S 25 XERXES — 2,000 76 X 166 D 26 XERXES — 2,000 75 X 144 S 27 XERXES — 3,000 96 X 147 S 28 XERXES — 4,000 75 X 263 S 29 XERXES — 4,000 96 X 180 S 30 XERXES — 4,000 76 X 252 D 31 XERXES — 6,000 75 X 353 S 32 XERXES — 6,000 96 X 246 S — 6,000 97 X 251 D 33 XERXES — 8,000 96 X 312 S — 8,000 97 X 317 D 34 XERXES — 10,000 96 X 378 S — 10,000 97 X 383 D 35 XERXES — 10,000 124 X 257 S — 10,000 125 X 262 D 36 XERXES — 12,000 96 X 444 S — 12,000 97 X 449 D 37 XERXES — 12,000 124 X 288 S — 12,000 125 X 293 D 38 XERXES — 15,000 124 X 353 S — 15,000 125 X 359 D 39 XERXES — 20,000 124 X 452 S — 20,000 125 X 458 D 40 CORESPAN — 4,000 99 X 162 D 41 CORESPAN — 5,000 99 X 192 D 42 CORESPAN — 6,000 99 X 216 D 43 CORESPAN — 8,000 99 X 282 D 44 CORESPAN — 10,000 99 X 342 D 45 CORESPAN — 12,000 99 X 402 D 46 CORESPAN — 15,000 99 X 576 D 47 — — 275 44 Vertical S 48 — — 550 44 Vertical (Dual 275 gal.) S 49 — — 275 44 Horizontal S — ❖ — A Page A - 2 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Appendix A
  • 112. B Appendix B Standard Products PRODUCT NAME API GRAVITY (6B Compensation) Leaded Regular 63.5 Unleaded Regular 63.5 Unleaded Plus 62.8 Unleaded Extra 62.8 Unleaded Super 51.3 Diesel 32.8 Kerosene 41.8 #2 Fuel Oil 32.8 — ❖ — TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Appendix B Page B - 1 B
  • 113. C Appendix C Typical Tank Leak Test Times For 7 Tank Sizes at Half Capacity ( Worst Case is 50% Full ) Tank Size in Typical - Tank Leak Test Gallons Times (to Finish) 4,000.0 2.0 hours 6,000.0 3.0 hours 8,000.0 4.0 hours 10,000.0 5.0 hours 12,000.0 6.0 hours 15,000.0 7.5 hours 20,000.0 8.0 hours NOTE The Leak Threshold value is one half of the Leak Test value. See the Operator’s
  • 114. Guide for example reports and explainations. — ❖ — C Page C - 1 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Appendix C
  • 115. D Appendix D Part Number Codes Tank Sentinel Part Numbering The Tank Sentinel tank gauges and leak detection system are available in many different configurations. You can determine what features a particular console has by its part number... press CHECK then M4 to display the part number code. Example Part Numbers T750P/1 = TS-750 ATG with Printer, 1 tank. T750P/1S = TS-750 ATG with Printer, 1 tank and SCALD. T750P/2 = TS-750 ATG with Printer, 2 tanks. T750P/2S = TS-750 ATG with Printer, 2 tanks and SCALD. T750P/3 = TS-750 ATG with Printer, 3 tanks. T750P/3S = TS-750 ATG with Printer, 3 tanks and SCALD. T750P/4 = TS-750 ATG with Printer, 4 tanks. T750P/4S = TS-750 ATG with Printer, 4 tanks and SCALD. V750P/## = The ‘T’ changes to a ‘V’ when the single pole is 240 V AC, Neutral and Ground power configuration. This is for exports only. TS-750 with Printer, # tanks, # SCALD. — Continued next page — TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Appendix D Page D - 1 D
  • 116. Part Number Codes & Meaning The following options are available: Part Number Codes Field 1 Field Field 2 Part Number Code Descriptions Options Separator Options T or V T = Standard voltage 120 V AC V = Export voltage 240 V AC + Neutral 750 750 = TS-750 Tank Sentinel A.T.G. P P = Printer / ...separates part number fields... 1, 2, 3, 4 1 = 1 tank, 2 = 2 tanks, 3 = 3 tanks, etc. S S = S.C.A.L.D. feature C Canadian / Export Tank Sentinel NOTE See the Chapter in this manual about Upgrading the Tank Sentinel system with
  • 117. optional add-on features. — ❖ — D Page D - 2 TS-750 Tank Sentinel Setup Programming Appendix D
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