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1290 Infinity LC/1260 Infinity LCSite Preparation Checklist1290PreparationSiteInfinity LC/1260ChecklistInfinity LCThank you for purchasing an Agilent instrument. To get you started and to assure asuccessful and timely installation, please refer to this specification or set of requirements.Correct site preparation is the key first step in ensuring that your instruments and softwaresystems operate reliably over an extended lifetime. This document is an information guideAND checklist prepared for you that outlines the supplies, consumables, space and utilityrequirements for your equipment for your site.For additional information about our solutions, please visit our web site .aspxCustomer ResponsibilitiesMake sure your site meets the following prior to the installation date using the checklist below.For details, see specific sections within this document, including: The necessary laboratory or bench space is available. The environmental conditions for the lab as well as laboratory gases, tubing. The power requirements related to the product (e.g. number & location of electrical outlets). The required operating supplies necessary for the product and installation. Please consult Other/Special Requirements section below for other product-specific information. If Agilent is delivering installation and familiarization services, users of the instrument should be present throughoutthese services; otherwise, they will miss important operational, maintenance and safety information.Important Customer Information123If you have questions or problems in providing anything described as CustomerResponsibilities above, please contact your local Agilent or partner support/serviceorganization for assistance prior to delivery. In addition, Agilent and/or its partnersreserve the right to reschedule the installation dependent upon the readiness of yourlaboratory.Should your site not be ready for whatever reasons, please contact Agilent as soon aspossible to re- arrange any services that have been purchased.Other optional services such as additional training, operational qualification (OQ) andconsultation for user- specific applications may also be provided at the time ofinstallation when ordered with the system, but should be contracted separately.Issued: 11-May-2016Revision: 2.7Copyright: 2016Page 1 of 20Agilent Technologies

1290 Infinity LC/1260 Infinity LCSite Preparation ChecklistModule ListModuleInstrument DescriptionG1170A1290 Infinity Valve Drive and Valve HeadsG1310B1260 Infinity Isocratic PumpG1311B1260 Infinity Quatenary PumpG1311C1260 Infinity Quaternary Pump VLG1312B1260 Infinity Binary PumpG1312C1260 Infinity Binary Pump VLG1314B1260 Infinity Variable Wavelength Detector VLG1314C1260 Infinity Variable Wavelength Detector VL G1314E1290 Infinity Variable Wavelength DetectorG1314F1260 Infinity Variable Wavelength DetectorG1315C1260 Infinity Diode Array Detector VL G1315D1260 Infinity Diode Array Detector VLG1316A1260 Infinity Thermostatted Column CompartmentG1316C1290 Infinity Thermostatted Column CompartmentG1321B1260 Infinity Fluorescence DetectorG1321C1260 Infinity Fluorescence DetectorG1322A1260 Infinity Standard DegasserG1329B1260 Infinity Standard AutosamplerG1330B1290 Infinity ThermostatG1361A1260 Infinity Preparative PumpG1362A1260 Infinity Refractive Index DetectorG1364B1260 Infinity Preperative-scale Fraction CollectorG1364C1260 Infinity Analytical-scale Fraction CollectorG1364D1260 Infinity Micro-scale Fraction CollectorG1365C1260 Infinity Multiple Wavelength DetectorG1365D1260 Infinity Multiple Wavelength Detector VLG1367E1260 Infinity High Performance AutosamplerG1376A1260 Infinity Capillary PumpG1377A1260 Infinity High Performance Micro AutosamplerIssued: 11-May-2016Revision: 2.7Copyright: 2016Page 2 of 20Agilent Technologies

1290 Infinity LC/1260 Infinity LCSite Preparation ChecklistModuleInstrument DescriptionG1379B1260 Infinity Micro DegasserG1390B1200 Infinity Series Universal Interface BoxG1968FActive SplitterG2226A1260 Infinity Nanoflow PumpG2257A1260 Infinity Sample Capacity ExtensionG2258A1260 Infinity Dual-Loop AutosamplerG2260A1260 Infinity Preparative AutosamplerG4204A1290 Infinity Quaternary PumpG4208A1200 Infinity Series Instant PilotG4212A1290 Infinity Diode Array DetectorG4212B1260 Infinity Diode Array DetectorG4220A1290 Infinity Binary PumpG4220B1290 Infinity Binary PumpG4225A1260 Infinity High Performance Degasser ModuleG4226A1290 Infinity AutosamplerG4227A1290 Infinity Flexible CubeG4240A1260 Infinity Chip Cube MS InterfaceG4260AAgilent 380-ELSDG4260B1260 Infinity Evaporative Light Scattering DetectorG4261AAgilent 385-ELSDG4261B1290 Infinity Evaporative Light Scattering DetectorG4277A1290 Infinity LC Injector HTSG4278A1290 Infinity LC Injector HTCG5611A1260 Infinity Bio-inert Quaternary PumpG5664A1260 Infinity Bio-inert Analytical-scale Fraction CollectorG5667A1260 Infinity Bio-inert High-Performance AutosamplerIssued: 11-May-2016Revision: 2.7Copyright: 2016Page 3 of 20Agilent Technologies

1290 Infinity LC/1260 Infinity LCSite Preparation ChecklistDimensions and WeightIdentify the laboratory bench space before your system arrives based on the table below. Payspecial attention to the total height and total weight requirements for all systemcomponents you have ordered and avoid bench space with overhanging shelves. Also payspecial attention to the total weight of the modules you have ordered to ensure yourlaboratory bench can support this weight.Special Notes1The thermostatted version of all samplers and the fraction collector include the G1330Bthermostat module. The thermostat module must be placed directly under the sampler orthe fraction collector to be thermostatted. It is recommended that the thermostat moduleis positioned as the bottom module of the stack, directly on the laboratory bench. Anystack containing a G1330B thermostat module needs at least 25 cm (10 inches) of spaceon either side to guarantee proper ventilation.Instrument G1322A, .513.5G1310B112518743.51734.513.5G1311B/C, 1734.513.5G1376A, 1329B, G2260A14.231.320843.51734.513.5G1367E, G1377A, G4226A, .5G1364B/C/D, 513.7Issued: 11-May-2016Revision: 2.7Copyright: 2016Page 4 of 20Agilent Technologies

1290 Infinity LC/1260 Infinity LCSite Preparation ChecklistInstrument .5G1315C/D, 7.83.1Issued: 11-May-2016Revision: 2.7HeightCopyright: 2016Page 5 of 20DepthWidthAgilent Technologies

1290 Infinity LC/1260 Infinity LCSite Preparation ChecklistEnvironmental ConditionsOperating your instrument within the recommended temperature ranges insures optimuminstrument performance and lifetime.Special Notes123Performance can be affected by sources of heat and cold, e.g. direct sunlight,heating/cooling from air conditioning outlets, drafts and/or vibrations.The site’s ambient temperature conditions must be stable for optimum performance.The following table summarizes some key physical specifications. For the complete set ofphysical specifications, please refer to the corresponding module manual.InstrumentDescriptionOperating temp range C (F)Operating humidity range (%)G1314B/C/E/F,G1315C/D,G1316A/C, G1322A,G1365C/D, G1362A,G4225A0 – 55 C (32 – 131 F), constant temperature. 95 %, non-condensingG1321B/C0 – 40 C (32 – 104 F), constant temperature. 95 %, non-condensingG4212A/B4 – 40 C (39 – 104 F), constant temperature. 80 %, non-condensingG1379B0 – 45 C (32 – 113 F) 95 %, non-condensingG1330B, G1361A,G1364B/C/D,G5664A, G2258A,G4212B4 – 40 C (39 – 104 F) 95 %, non-condensingG4260A/B,G4261A/B10 – 35 C (50 – 95 F) 95 %, non-condensingG4240A5 – 40 C (41 – 104 F) 80 %, non-condensingG4277A, G4278A4 – 40 C (39 – 104 F) 75 %, non-condensingG1968F0 – 40 C (32 – 104 F), constant temperature80 % r.h. up to 31 C, decreasing to 50 % at40 C, non-condensingAll other modules4 – 55 C (39 – 131 F), constant temperature 95 % r.h. at 40 C, non-condensingIssued: 11-May-2016Revision: 2.7Copyright: 2016Page 6 of 20Agilent Technologies

1290 Infinity LC/1260 Infinity LCSite Preparation ChecklistPower ConsumptionSpecial Notes:12If a computer system is supplied with your instrument, be sure to account for thoseelectrical outlets.The heat dissipation can be calculated from the the active power, using the followingequation: 1 W 3.413 BTU/hInstrument DescriptionLine Voltage & Frequency (V, Hz)Maximum PowerConsumption (VA)Maximum PowerConsumption (W)G1379B, G1322A, G4225A100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 Hz30 VA30 WG1310B100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 Hz180 VA55 WG1311B/C, G5611A100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 Hz180 VA110 WG1312B/C100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 Hz220 VA74 WG1376A, G2226A100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 Hz220 VA75 WG1361A100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 Hz250 VA210 WG4220A/B100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 Hz350 VA270 WG4204A100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 Hz220 VA180 WG1329B, G2260A, G1367E,G1377A, G4226A, G5667A100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 Hz300 VA200 WG2258A100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 Hz260 VA210 WG4277A, G4278A100 – 240 V(AC), 50 – 60 HzN/A120 WG1364D100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 Hz200 VA180 WG5664A100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 Hz180 VA180 WG4240A100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 HzN/A80 WG1330B100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 Hz260 VA210 WG4227A100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 Hz80 VA45 WG1316A/C100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 Hz320 VA150 WG1314B/C/E/F100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 Hz220 VA85 WG1315C/D, G1365C/D100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 Hz160 VA160 WG4212A/B100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 Hz160 VA130 WIssued: 11-May-2016Revision: 2.7Copyright: 2016Page 7 of 20Agilent Technologies

1290 Infinity LC/1260 Infinity LCSite Preparation ChecklistInstrument DescriptionLine Voltage & Frequency (V, Hz)Maximum PowerConsumption (VA)Maximum PowerConsumption (W)G1362A100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 Hz160 VA65 WG1321B/C100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 Hz180 VA70 WG4260A/B, G4261A/B100 – 120 V(AC) or 220 – 240 V, 50 or 60 HzN/A150 WG1390B100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 Hz140 VA65 WG1968F100 – 240 V(AC), 50 or 60 Hz93 – 111 VAN/AIssued: 11-May-2016Revision: 2.7Copyright: 2016Page 8 of 20Agilent Technologies

1290 Infinity LC/1260 Infinity LCSite Preparation ChecklistRequired Operating Supplies by CustomerSpecial Notes: For information on Agilent consumables, accessories and laboratory operating supplies,please visit bles/Pages/default.aspxIssued: 11-May-2016Revision: 2.7Copyright: 2016Page 9 of 20Agilent Technologies

1290 Infinity LC/1260 Infinity LCSite Preparation ChecklistOther/Special RequirementsG4260B, G4261BGas requirementsA supply of inert gas (typically nitrogen) is required to operate the detector. The gas supplyneeds to be free of oil, humidity and particles, as such contaminations will createbackground noise in the chromatograms and may damage the built- in pressure sensor. Incase of such noise for example for newly installed gas lines, flush the gas lines for sufficienttime (might take days) and use additional filters of 0.5 µm or less. The typical gas pressureis 4 bar (60 psi) and must be set by an external pressure regulator. Pure gas is not requiredas the gas is only used as a carrier for the solid sample particles. The gas inlets of thedetector have an outer diameter of 4 mm (0.157 inches). The lab installation must thereforeallow the installation of a tubing with 4 mm (0.157 inches) outer diameter. Gas consumptionis typically 0.9 SLM to 3.25 SLM, depending on the detector settings.Item description, (including dimensions etc)Vendor/Part Number (ifapplicable)Recommended quantityG4260A/B, G4261A/B ELSD Gas Nitrogen(typical)N/AN/ASolvent requirementsCustomer should have available HPLC grade Acetonitrile and water with a dry residue below1 ppm or MS grade solvents.Exhaust venting and drain requirementsThe exhaust from the detector must be directed into a fume hood or exhaust vent. If avacuum is used, it should be moderate so as to avoid turbulence in the glass cell siphon.The potentially hazardous exhaust of evaporated solvent and sample must not be allowed toenter the laboratory atmosphere and any appropriate accessory like solvent filters should bedisposed according to local environmental requirements.If the extraction tube provided with the instrument is to be extended it is recommendedthat the diameter of the extension is increased to at least 50 mm (2 in) diameter tubing sothe extraction quality is not inhibited.NOTEIssued: 11-May-2016Do not connect the exhaust vent directly to the detector. This might cause either positivepressure or negative back pressure, both of which will impact the quality of yourmeasurement results.Revision: 2.7Copyright: 2016Page 10 of 20Agilent Technologies

1290 Infinity LC/1260 Infinity LCSite Preparation ChecklistThe drain tube must be directed to a waste container supplied with the instrument. Theuser is responsible for decontamination or recycling of any residue, regarding to localenvironmental requirements.Further requirementsThe 1290 Infinity ELSD (G4261B) can be controlled either via RS232 or via LAN. If theRS232 interface is used for control, the ELSD must be installed close to the control PCunless special data transmission systems are used. The length of the straight female/femaleRS 232 cable supplied with both detectors is 2.9 m.Issued: 11-May-2016Revision: 2.7Copyright: 2016Page 11 of 20Agilent Technologies

1290 Infinity LC/1260 Infinity LCSite Preparation ChecklistG4240A 1260 Chip LCGas RequirementsFor HPLC Chip Cube installation, high purity air is required. The high purity air is used toreduce background ions in the spray chamber and to enhance spray stability. More detailsregarding the use of the Background Reduction Kit can be found in the installation manualfor that kit.Please see Table 1 on page 12 for a summary of the air for Chip Cube requirements.Table 1Air for Chip Cube requirementsSourcePurityGas PressureFlowHigh pressure air source199.99 % pure or better andhydrocarbon free25.5 – 6.9 bar2 (80 – 120 psi)Up to 4 L/min (240 L/h)99.99 % pure or better andhydrocarbon free25.5 – 6.9 bar2 (80 – 120 psi)Up to 10 L/min (600 L/h)for 6520A/B, 6530, 6538,6540High pressure air source1 for65501 Air source must be able to deliver air at a contstant pressure.2 Inlet gas pressure for air must be slightly higher than the pressure used for the nitrogen gas supply pressure.Exhaust VentingPlease refer to the Site Preparation Guide of your Agilent mass spectrometer for detailedspecifications of the spray chamber exhaust vent.InterfacePlease plan for 15 cm (6 inch) free space between the LC stack and the HPLC- Chip CubeInterface. It is required for lifting the Chip Cube off the mass spectrometer. The LC and themass spectrometer should be installed on the same table. This allows to remove the ChipCube quickly without disconnecting capillaries for routine maintenance tasks.Issued: 11-May-2016Revision: 2.7Copyright: 2016Page 12 of 20Agilent Technologies

1290 Infinity LC/1260 Infinity LCSite Preparation ChecklistModule Stacking HdakZci XVW cZi 9Z\VhhZg CVcd[adl ejbe B Xgd VjidhVbeaZg 8ddaZg 8Ve aaVgn ejbe Figure 1Recommended single stack configuration for HPLC-Chip MSIssued: 11-May-2016Revision: 2.7Copyright: 2016Page 13 of 20Agilent Technologies

1290 Infinity LC/1260 Infinity LCSite Preparation ChecklistHdakZci XVW cZi9Z\VhhZgCVcd[adl ejbeHdakZci XVW cZiB Xgd VjidhVbeaZg9Z\VhhZg8Ve aaVgn ejbe8ddaZgFigure 2Recommended 2-stack configuration for HPLC-Chip MSIssued: 11-May-2016Revision: 2.7Copyright: 2016Page 14 of 20Agilent Technologies

1290 Infinity LC/1260 Infinity LCSite Preparation ChecklistG4277A 1290 HTS, G4278A 1290 HTCModule StackingThe G4277A and G4278A have to be installed on free bench space next to the 1290 InfinityLC stack.To avoid excessive delay volumes from the pump to the injection valve and from theinjection valve to the LC columns: Install the LC Injector HTS/HTC as close as possible to the 1290 Infinity LC stack. Move the injection valve on the x- rail to the side, where the LC stack is installed. When using a two- stack configuration, the LC Injector HTS/HTC should be placed next tothe stack that includes the 1290 Infinity Pump and the 1290 Infinity ThermostattedColumn Compartment. Two 600 mm stainless steel capillaries are delivered with the LCInjector HTS/HTC. These should be used to connect the injection valve to the pumpoutlet and LC column. Peltier cooled stacks require at least 2.5 cm (1 in) clearance between the back of thestack and the wall for air circulation.6\ aZci A8BH&'.% c[ c in HZg Zh A8 hiVX )',,6 IHFigure 3Recommended stack configuration for 1290 Infinity LC Injectors HTS/HTCIssued: 11-May-2016Revision: 2.7Copyright: 2016Page 15 of 20Agilent Technologies

1290 Infinity LC/1260 Infinity LCSite Preparation ChecklistStack ConfigurationsHdakZci XVW cZiKVXjjb YZ\VhhZg chiVci E adiEjbe6jidhVbeaZg dgB Xgd 6jidhVbeaZg dgEgZeVgVi kZ 6jidhVbeaZg8dajbc XdbeVgibZci9ZiZXidgFigure 4Recommended 1-Stack Configuration for 1260 Infinity (without Thermostat, analytical scale)Issued: 11-May-2016Revision: 2.7Copyright: 2016Page 16 of 20Agilent Technologies

1290 Infinity LC/1260 Infinity LCSite Preparation Checklist chiVci E adi 9ZiZXidg 8dajbc XdbeVgibZci HdakZci XVW cZi KVXjjb YZ\VhhZg Ejbe 6jidhVbeaZg I]ZgbdhiVi Figure 5Recommended 2-Stack Configuration for 1260 Infinity (with Thermostat, analytical scale)Issued: 11-May-2016Revision: 2.7Copyright: 2016Page 17 of 20Agilent Technologies

1290 Infinity LC/1260 Infinity LCSite Preparation Checklist chiVci E adiHdakZci XVW cZi9ZiZXidg8dajbc XdbeVgibZci6jidhVbeaZgEjbeFigure 6Recommended stack configuration for 1290 Infinity (front view)Issued: 11-May-2016Revision: 2.7Copyright: 2016Page 18 of 20Agilent Technologies

1290 Infinity LC/1260 Infinity LCSite Preparation Checklist chiVci E adi9ZiZXidg8dajbc XdbeVgibZciHdakZci XVW cZiEjbe6jidhVbeaZgI]ZgbdhiVi [dg i]Z 6AH dei dcVaFigure 7Recommended two stack configuration for 1290 Infinity (front view)Issued: 11-May-2016Revision: 2.7Copyright: 2016Page 19 of 20Agilent Technologies

1290 Infinity LC/1260 Infinity LCSite Preparation ChecklistFigure 8Stack configuration for Agilent 1260 Infinity Purification Solution, combined system with UV- andMS-DetectionFigure 9Stack configuration for Agilent 1260 Infinity Purification Solution with UV and MS detectionFigure 10 Stack configuration for Agilent 1260 Infinity Purification Solution with UV detectionsNOTEThe Agilent 1260 Infinity Purification Solution requires special stack configurations. Fordetails, refer to the Agilent 1260 Infinity Purification Solution - System User Guide and theAgilent 1260 Infinity Purification Solution - Installation Checklist.Separate recommendations may be required for ELSD and Method Development Solution.Issued: 11-May-2016Revision: 2.7Copyright: 2016Page 20 of 20Agilent Technologies

G4226A 1290 Infinity Autosampler G4227A 1290 Infinity Flexible Cube G4240A 1260 Infinity Chip Cube MS Interface G4260A Agilent 380-ELSD G4260B 1260 Infinity Evaporative Light Scattering Detector G4261A Agilent 385-ELSD G4261B 1290 Infinity Evaporative Light Scattering Detector G4277A 1290 Infinity LC

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