CETAC M-7600 Mercury AnalyzerOperator’s ManualManual Part Number 480195 Rev 2
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Contents1Introduction . 7Overview. 7About This Book . 7Who Should Use This Product . 7Where to Go for More Information . 8System Features . 9System Performance Characteristics .10Overview of the Mercury Analyzer .11Supplied Equipment .13Equipment and Supplies .14Required Equipment and Supplies . 14Recommended Supplies . 152Preparing for Installation . 173Establishing Optimal Operating Conditions .17Creating the Lab Environment . 17Choosing a Location .18Space Requirements. 18Work Surface Requirements . 20Ventilation Requirements .20Power Requirements .20Unpacking the Mercury Analyzer .21Installing the Analyzer . 25Installation Overview.25Step 1: Position the Mercury Analyzer and Autosampler.26Step 2: Connect the Autosampler Peristaltic Pump to the Rinse Station .26Step 3: Set Up the Autosampler .30Step 4: Connect Power and Data Cables to the Back of the MercuryAnalyzer .39Step 5: Connect the Carrier Gas Tubing .40Step 6: Install the Mercury Trap (KMnO4) .42Step 7: Connect the Back of the Autosampler .44Step 8: Connect to the Host Computer .45Summary . 45Installing a Secondary NIC in Your Own PC . 45Connecting the Communication Cables. 46Configuring the Network Metrics . 46Setting the IP Address for the Secondary NIC . 50Changing the Subnet of the Mercury Analyzer. 51Connecting a Laptop Computer to the M-7600 . 52Step 9: Install the Gas-Liquid Separator (GLS) .53
M-7600 Mercury Analyzer Operator’s ManualContents45Step 10: Connect the Peristaltic Pump on the Mercury Analyzer . 57Installing the Peristaltic Pump Tubing . 57Installing the Mixing Tee and Drain Tees . 59Step 11: Power On and Verify Communication. 63To Configure the Network Connection . 63To Power On the System for the First Time (PC Configured by CETAC) 64To Power On the System for the First Time (Customer-Supplied PC) . 64To Test the Autosampler. 68Step 12: Fill the Rinse Solution Bottle . 68Step 13: Fill the Reagent Bottle . 69Preserving the SnCl2 . 69Step 14: Adjust the Peristaltic Pump Tubing Clamp Tension (Optional) . 70Step 15: Check the Reagent Flow . 73Step 16: Check the Sample Probe Flow . 73Using the Analyzer . 75Theory of Operation . 75Autosampler . 75QuickTrace M-7600 Automated Mercury Analyzer . 76Software. 78Preparing Reagents and Calibration Standards. 79Gas Parameters . 81Starting the System. 81Mercury Vapor Lamp Warmup . 82Turning Off the Mercury Vapor Lamp for System Warm-Up . 82System Warm-Up for Trace or Ultra-Trace Analysis . 82System Warm-Up for ppb or Non-Ultra-Trace Analysis . 83Wetting the GLS. 84Running the Interactive Demo . 87Overview of the CETAC QuickTrace Software . 87Learning More . 88QuickTrace M-7600 Startup Summary. 89Setting Baseline Correction . 91Keeping an Instrument Log Book . 91Viewing the Graphs . 92Setting a One-Point Baseline . 92Setting a Two-Point Baseline . 94Summary of Gas and Liquid Flows for Analytical Ranges of theQuickTrace M-7600 . 98Placing the QuickTrace M-7600 in Standby Mode . 100Cold Shutdown . 101Summary of QuickTrace M-7600 Shut Down .101Maintaining the Mercury Analyzer . 103Maintenance Schedule . 103Daily Maintenance (Always Check Before Analysis) .103Weekly Maintenance .104Monthly Maintenance .104Yearly Maintenance .104Autosampler Yearly Maintenance.105Removal or Inspection of the Sample Cell . 105Opening the Optics Access Panel .105Removing the Sample Cell .1074
M-7600 Mercury Analyzer Operator's ManualContents6Cleaning the Cell Windows . 107Quick Exposed Surface Cleaning . 107Dismantling for Total Cleaning . 109Cell Assembly. 109Cleaning the Gas-Liquid Separator . 112Changing the Cell Gas Tubing . 113Retubing the Gas-Liquid Separator . 115GLS Inlet. 115GLS Drain . 116Replacing the Perma Pure Dryer Cartridge . 117GLS Overflow Recovery. 119Replacing the Hg Lamp Bulb . 124When to Replace or Service the Lamp . 124Cleaning the EOFM . 124Getting a Replacement Lamp . 125Caring for the Lamp . 126Replacing the Lamp . 126Adjusting the Lamp Current . 129Replacing the Fuse . 131Troubleshooting the Mercury Analyzer . 133Troubleshooting Communication Issues . 133Step 1: Check the Cable . 133Step 2: Use the IPSetup Tool to Check the Configuration. 133Step 3: Check the Subnet Configuration Using the Define QuickTraceHardware Tool . 134Step 4: Check for an IP address conflict . 137If the IPSetup Tool Does Not Find the M-7600 . 138"Subnet of this PC and the M-7600 are Not Compatible" Error . 139Cannot Zero Instrument . 140"Integration Adjustment Reached" Messages . 140Drifting Baseline. 140Low Absorbance or No Mercury Response . 141No Liquid or Gas Flow . 141No Sample or Rinse Flow . 141No SnCl2 Flow . 142No Drain Flow . 142No Gas Flow or Low Gas Flow . 142Double Peak with Low Absorbance . 142Poor Reproducibility . 143Noisy Baseline . 144Bad DL. 144Sudden Standard Absorbance Rise During Run . 144Poor Accuracy . 145Returning the Product to CETAC for Service . 146Shipping the Product . 146Product Warranty Statement . 146Returned Product Procedures . 147Returned Product Warranty Determination . 1477Safety and Regulatory Information . 149Characteristics . 149Environmental Characteristics. 1495
M-7600 Mercury Analyzer Operator’s ManualContents86Electrical Characteristics .150Safety Notices . 151Replacement Parts .151Chemical Hazards.151Power Cord Set Requirements .151Power Cord Safety Maintenance .151Grounding .152Mains Disconnect .152Mechanical Hazards .152Cleaning Instructions .153Operating Environment .153Explanation of Caution and Warning Notices .154Avertissements en Français . 155Electromagnetic Interference . 156Explanation of Regulatory Marks. 156Glossary . 157
1IntroductionOverviewThe CETAC QuickTrace M-7600 mercury analyzer measures trace levels ofmercury in aqueous solution by Cold Vapor Atomic Absorption Spectrometry(CVAAS). CVAAS does not require heating the sample with a flame, plasma, orfurnace. The mercury analyzer’s modular design permits remarkably easymaintenance access and a reduced countertop footprint. Sturdy construction,drift-stabilized double beam optics,
The primary audience for this manual consists of mercury detection and mercury measurement laboratory managers, chemists, technicians, field - service engineers and owners of the QuickTrace M-7600 mercury analyzer. To use this product effectively, you should have a basic knowledge of mercury
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