How to build a multi-point user defined conductivity concentration table in an SC200 controller?

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Document ID TE6391

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Version 4.0

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Status Published

Published Date

Published Date 08/22/2018
Question
How to build a multi-point user defined conductivity concentration table in an SC200 controller?
Summary
Instructions for building a multi-point user defined conductivity concentration table in an SC200 controller (Inductive Conductivity only)
Answer
1) Be sure to check the current software version installed in the SC200 controller and conductivity module, then check the current version available on www.hach.com, if a newer version is available perform software upgrade.

2) Go to SENSOR SETUP menu --> If more than one option, select ICOND --> CONFIGURE --> SELECT MEASURE --> CONCENTRATION --> ENTER

3) This will return to CONFIGURE menu --> CONFIG CONC --> USER TABLE --> ENTER

4) Example: the user wants to enter the data for the following user defined table:

 
0.0 mS = 0% / 19.5 mS = 2.4% / 21.0 mS = 2.9% / 50 mS = 6%
 
-  First,  enter the lowest value data set (ex: 0.0 mS = 0%) for P1
-  Next, enter the highest value data set (ex: 50 mS = 6%) for P2

-  Additional points can be added, but must be entered with a value between the lower and higher points, you must always select the higher value point and choose ‘insert point’ (When inserting another point from P2, you must enter a value between P1 and P2 (ex: 19.5 mS = 2.4%).  After successfulling adding a mid-point, the highest value (previously P2) will be changed to P3, and the newest entry will be saved under P2).
-  If the value entered is less than the lower entry (P1) or greater than the higher entry (P2), the following message results – ‘This point already exists, push enter to continue’. 

In summary, the example values must be entered in the below order:
0.0 mS = 0%
50 mS = 6%
19.5 mS = 2.4%
21.0 mS = 2.9%
 
But will be displayed in the system as:
P1- 0.0 mS = 0%
P2 - 19.5 mS = 2.4%
P3 -21.0 mS = 2.9%
P4 - 50 mS = 6%

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