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Chart Cryogenic Freezerswith MVE TEC3000 ControllersOperating and Maintenance Manual

MVE Biological SystemsTEC 3000 Operating and Maintenance Freezer ManualChart Cryogenic FreezerMVE TEC 3000 ControllerOperating and MaintenanceManualP/N 13289499 Rev HPrefaceChart Inc.2200 Airport Industrial Drive, Suite 500Ball Ground, GA 30107USAChart Inc.BioMedical GroupCustomer / Technical Service:AmericasPhone: (800) 482-2473(770) 721-7759Email: [email protected], Australia, Pacific RimPhone: 61 (2) 974 94333EuropePhone: 44 (0) 1344 403100Read this manual. Failure to follow the instructions in this manual can result in damage to the unit, injuryto personnel, and/or poor equipment performance. This manual covers the use and maintenance of MVE CryogenicFreezers and the TEC 3000 control system. It is intended for use by qualified personnel only. All service andmaintenance should be performed by an authorized MVE Distributor.13289499 Rev G 2

MVE Biological SystemsTEC 3000 Operating and Maintenance Freezer Manual2. Table of Contents1. Preface .42. Table of Contents . 2-43. Safety and First Aid . 5-64. Certifications and Listings . 75. Product Information .85.1. MVE Freezer Models .85.1.1. MVE High Efficiency / Vapor Series .95.1.2. MVE Series .105.1.3. MVE Stock Series .115.1.4. MVE Cabinet Series .125.1.5. MVE HEco Series . 135.1.6. MVE CryoSystem 6000 Full Auto Series .145.2. Plumbing Assembly . 15-195.3. TEC 3000 Display .205.4. TEC 3000 Stand Alone Back Panel / Physical Connections .215.4.1. TEC3000 HEco/Cabinet Back Panel / Physical Connections . 21-225.4.2. TEC3000 12-Pin Wiring Harness Details . 235.5. Specifications .245.6. Operating Environment .256. Installation and Startup . 26-297. Operation .307.1. Functions and Features .317.1.1. Liquid Nitrogen Level Measurement.327.1.2. Automatic Liquid Nitrogen Level Control .337.1.3. Liquid Nitrogen Usage .347.1.4. Temperature Measurement .357.1.5. User Defined Alarms . 36-377.1.6. Remote Alarm Monitoring .387.1.7. Passwords / Security.397.1.8. Communication / Networking Capabilities .407.1.9. Event Log And Event Codes. 41-427.1.10. Lid Switch .437.1.11. Hot Gas Bypass .447.1.12. Battery Backup (Optional) .457.2. Adjusting Settings and Options .467.2.1. Temperature Settings .477.2.1.1. Enable / Disable Sensors .477.2.1.2. High Temperature Alarm Test .487.2.1.3. Temperature Alarm Settings . 49-507.2.1.4. Liquid Nitrogen Saturation Temperature.517.2.2. Liquid Level Settings .527.2.2.1. Level Setpoints and Alarms .527.2.2.2. Enable / Disable Auto Fill Control .537.2.2.3. Level Offset .547.2.3. Additional Feature Settings .557.2.3.1. Battery Backup Status .577.2.3.2. Hot Gas Bypass Settings . 56-577.2.3.2.1. Stuck Valve Alarms . 577.2.3.3. Lid Switch Settings .587.2.4. Display and Output Settings .597.2.4.1. Temp and Level Display Units .597.2.4.2. Liquid Usage Display .607.2.4.3. Alarm Buzzer .617.2.4.4. Languages .627.2.4.5. Printer .6313289499 Rev G 2

MVE Biological SystemsTEC 3000 Operating and Maintenance Freezer Manual7.2.5.Advanced Settings .647.2.5.1. Timed Filling . 64-657.2.5.2. Maximum Fill Time .667.2.5.3. Time and Date . 67-687.2.5.3.1. Communication Settings.697.2.5.3.2. COM Setup / Type .697.2.5.3.3. MODBUS ID .707.2.5.4. One Fill All Fill (OFAF) .717.2.5.5. Restore Default Settings . 72-73GLOBAL PASSWORD. 737.2.5.6. Restart Controller.747.2.5.7. Firmware Update . 75-767.2.6. Password / Security Setup .777.2.6.1. Password Entry Mode .777.2.6.2. Global Password Change .787.2.6.3. Multilevel Passwords .797.3. Calibration Procedures .807.3.1. Temperature Sensor Calibration .807.3.1.1. Single Point Calibration .817.3.1.2. Two Point Calibration . 82-837.3.2. Liquid Nitrogen Level Calibration . 84-877.3.3. Hot Gas Bypass Sensor Calibration and Removal . 88-897.3.3.1. Hot Gas Single Point Calibration .907.3.3.2. Hot Gas Two Point Calibration .917.4. Communication / Networking .927.4.1. TEC Connect (Computer Interface) . 93-96Download/Event Log/ASCII Commands. 94-967.4.2. OFAF Network Setup . 97-997.4.3. Printer Setup .1007.5. Remote Alarm Tests .1017.5.1. Global Remote .1017.5.2. Discrete Contacts .1018. TEC 3000 Menu Maps .1028.1. Main Setup Menus .1028.2. Temperature Setting Menus .1038.3. Temperature Calibration Menus .1048.4. Add On Menus .1058.5. Hot Gas Bypass Sensor Calibration Menus .1068.6. Display and Output Menus .1078.7. Liquid Level Menus .1088.8. Liquid Level Calibration Menus .1098.9. Advanced Settings Menus.1108.10. Password Menus .1118.11. TEC 3000 Display Screens .1129. Preventative Maintenance .1139.1. Preventative Maintenance Schedule .1139.2. Preventative Maintenance Procedures . 114-1379.3. HEco TEC3000 (Back and Front Panel) Replacement . 138-1399.4. Replacement Parts and Accessories . 139-14010. Troubleshooting Quick Reference. 141-14211. EN Compliance Tables . 143-14612. Appendix .14712.1. Reference Tables .14712.1.2 Liters to Inch. 14812.2. TEC 3000 ASCII Interface & Commands . 149-15813. Decontaminating and Sanitizing . 15913289499 Rev G 3

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MVE Biological SystemsTEC 3000 Operating and Maintenance Freezer Manual3. Safety and First AidSymbols Used in this ManualThis manual includes the following symbols:SymbolTitleDescriptionCautionSignifies a CAUTION of a potentially hazardoussituation when operating the device that may resultin minor to moderate injury or property damage.WarningSignifies a WARNING of a potentially hazardoussituation when operating the device that may resultin serious injury or property damage.Warning; LowTemperatureIndicates low temperature or freezing conditions.Take care to avoid exposure to skin, eyes, andclothing.Warning; AsphixiatingAtmosphereIndicates the potential for an oxygen-depletedatmosphere due to nitrogen vapor. Take care tooperate device in a well-ventilated area.Warning; ElectricityIndicates a potential electrical hazard. Take care toavoid contact with electricity.Warning; ExplosiveWear Protective Gloves Indica