NIR-O Basic Maintenance and OmniView Software Operation

Guided Wave’s basic maintenance and OmniView software operation training course for NIR-O will allow you to setup and startup your NIR-O analyzer system quickly. At the end of the course you will be able to x, y z confidently.  Classes are taught by knowledgeable experts, each with extensive professional experience at Guided Wave. 

Course Overview: NIR-O Basic Maintenance and OmniView Software Operation

Course Topics

NIR-O ANalyzer Setup and Startup

  • Client PC Requirements
  • Loading Client Software
  • First Time Configuration
  • Zeroing (aka Referencing)
  • Scanning

LAB - Make it scan

NIR-O Spectroscopy Overview 

 
Analyzer OmniView Software Operation

  • Scan and Zero (review)
  • Review all Software features and functions
  • Event Logs
  • Help file

I/O Communications and Setup

  • The IO MAP
  • 4-20 mA Analog and Digital discrete
  • Modbus

LAB - NIR-O Spectrometer Hardware Overview and Parts Replacement

  • NIR-O Spectrometer Module
  • Lamp Filter Module
  • Controller Module
  • Cabinet temperature controller
  • Prower supplies
  • Touch Screen

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Probes and Fiber

  • Review internal workings and manufacture of various online probes and flowcells
  • Review internal workings and manufacture of various fiber


LAB – Routine and Preventive Maintenance

  • Changing the lamp
  • Checking fiber connections/condition
  • Cleaning Probes and Flowcells
  • Zeroing (aka Referencing)

Data Protection

  • What to backup

Troubleshooting

  • Start Fresh!
  • Event Logs!
  • Light Level?
  • Probe Blind?

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RMA Guidelines - Returning Components for Repair

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NIR-O Analyzer Setup and Startup

Client PC Reguirements

Loading client Software

First Time Configuration

Zeroing (aka Referencing)

Scanning

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LAB - Make it Scan

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NIR-O Spectroscopy Overview

Inside the NIR-O Cabinet

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How does NIR-O Work

NIR-O How it Works

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NIR-O Analyzer OmniView Software Operation

How OmniView Works

OmniView Process Analysis Software

Guided Wave’s NIR-O™ process analyzers utilize OmniView™ software for Windows®,which is for process monitoring and control.Flexible and robust, OmniView is ideal for continuous process monitoring applications. Running a single Guided Wave analyzer, the software can be accessed remotely without interrupting the continuous operation of the analyzer.Configuration options make it easy to allow multiple remote users to view data simultaneously. 


Specific Purpose 
OmniView provides an environment for continuous and batch process analysis.The software may be implemented in process applications of NIR-O analyzers


OmniView Product Data Sheet

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Scan and Zero (review)

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Review all software features and functions

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Event Logs

Help FIle

I/O Communications and Setup

The IO Map

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4-20 mA Analog and Digital discrete

Modbus

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LAB - Spectrometer Hardward Overview and Parts Replacement

Spectrometer NIR-O Analyzer Module

Lamp Filter Module

Controller Module

Cabinet temperature controller

Power Supplies

Touch Screen

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Probes and Fiber

Sample Interface- Probes & Flow Cells

Internal workings and manufacture of various online probes & flowcells

Internal working and manufacture of optical fiber

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LAB - Routine and Preventive Maintenance

Changing the light source (lamp)

Changing the NIR-O Light Source

  1. Tungsten Halogen, 7.5 V, 15 W (5000 hour life)
  2. additional spare lamp included

Checking fiber connections / conditions

Cleaning probes and flowcells

Probe Cleaning Instructions

  1. Follow your company’s removal from service procedure for the probe or flow cell.
  2. Clean the sapphire windows of the probe/flow cell using reagent or technical grade acetone (or other solvent suitable for your process) and a clean soft cotton swab. You may have to use several cotton swabs and repeat this operation several times in order to ensure that the windows are free of all scale,film and chemicals. Allow the acetone to completely evaporate.
  3. Inspect the windows and window seals for any damage or cracks. Look for dirt or chemicals on the inside of the windows,cleavage planes in the sapphire windows, excessing pitting of the gold fillet or etching (undercutting) of the gold-window or gold metal interfaces. Do NOT reinsert a probe which shows any of these potential failure modes. Process leaks through windows or windows seals can also be diagnosed by looking for abnormalities in spectra. Consult with Guided Wave if there is any problem or doubt.
  4. Ensure the windows are dry before proceeding.
  5. Reference (zero) the probe/channel – this is typically done with the probe in air and shielded from any light. Aluminum foil or a heavy, non-porous black cloth put over the probe works well (be sure the cloth does not block the light path betweeb the windows
  6. Perform the reference scan as recommended for the specific analyzer in use.
  7. Place the probe or flow cell back in service.

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  • You can use water or any solvent to clean a probe or flow cell
  • Do not clean the window of the probe or flow cell more than one time
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  • It is not necessary for the windows to be dry before proceeding
  • You will need to perform a reference scan as recommended for the specific analyzer

Zeroing (aks referencing)

Data Protection

What to backup

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Troubleshooting

Start Fresh

Event Logs!

Light Level?

Probe Blind?

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RMA Guidelines - Returning components for Repair

How to return componets

WaveCare Option

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