Dear Li and others,
There is a kit to replace the Delta XL (and Delta Plus) power supply,
part number 1192610.
For Canadian Thermo users we have one in stock.
On 30/01/2013 1:06 PM, Li Huang wrote:
> Hi Marilyn,
> I am thinking of replacing our power supply, both 24v and 5v and wonder
> if you could give us some help. We are looking for the amperage for
> those power supply, particularly for 5v and wonder if you remember them
> or know some one might know them.
> On Fri, Dec 21, 2012 at 8:28 PM, Marilyn Fogel <[log in to unmask]
> <mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
> I concur. We had these phantom problems which were solved by
> replacing that power supply. If/when you do, make sure the power
> supply is putting out a full 5 volts under load.
> Marilyn Fogel
> On Dec 21, 2012, at 8:15 PM, Gilles St-Jean <[log in to unmask]
> <mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
> > Hi Sam
> > I suspect your IRMS is over 10 years old and it sounds like a
> power supply problem. The 0-5V/24VDC supply provides the TTL logic
> for the system. If it is on the way out, it may be causing
> anomalous triggering of valves as well as other issues with
> communication between computer and IRMS.
> > Gilles
> > Gilles St-Jean
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> > De : Stable Isotope Geochemistry [[log in to unmask]
> <mailto:[log in to unmask]>] de la part de Samuel Russell
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> > Date d'envoi : 12 décembre 2012 16:01
> > À : [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>
> > Objet : [ISOGEOCHEM] Delta plus XL and Gasbench anomalous behavior
> > Hello All,
> > I'm hoping you can provide some insight into a problem we have
> encountered with our Delta Plus.
> > We are running oxygen and nitrogen gas in continuous flow on our
> Gasbench (Nitrate analyses) and are experiencing highly anomalous
> behaviour on the MS as well as the Gasbench.
> > On the MS we are finding highly variable sensitivity on both the
> reference injections (injected via the bellows) and the analyte (via
> the Gasbench). For some samples the reference and sample peaks have
> only a few mv of amplitude (most common), others will have adequate
> signal on only 1 cup, occasionally the cups are highly sensitive
> with double peaks. We also have periods of time (perhaps a couple
> of hours) where the system is functioning normally. When we have
> one of these significant drops in sensitivity, simply performing a
> peak center temporarily remedies the problem. We have run scans in
> instrument control and observed the reference (via the bellows) drop
> to near zero at random. I should note that a couple of weeks ago we
> had to reset the electronic offset of all of the cups on this MS
> because they all began reading a baseline (with the emission off) of
> 100 mV.
> > In addition to this behaviour on the MS:
> > Our Gasbench has been acting up. Our flush and fill, liquid
> nitrogen traps and valco are switching position at random and the
> software (user interface) isn't picking up the change in state.
> This switching of the flush and fill has occurred during sample
> runs as well as when the system is idle.
> > Today we completely turned off the mass spec and computer and
> upon reboot everything worked for about 5 hours and then this
> anomalous behaviour again began to occur. This issue with the MS
> could be related to a partially blown filament but we think that
> unlikely given the rather random acts we are observing from the
> Gasbench. We believe this is an electronics issue but would
> appreciate your insight.
> > Thanks,
> > Sam Russell
> > P.S.
> > I well and truly wish this email was a joke for 12 12 12 but I'm
> afraid it isn't.
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