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MOPX Separation System

Parameter List

Product No.

1763107-09
1763141-10
1763145-10
1763147-10
1763143-09
1763208-05
1763210-06
1763212-06
1763214-06
1763216-05
1763220-05
1763221-06
1763222-06
1763223-06
1763224-05

List No.

31830-5855-2

Printed
Book No.

Jun 1997
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Alfa Laval Marine & Power

Alfa Laval reserve the right to make changes at any time without
prior notice.
Any comments regarding possible errors and omissions or
suggestions for improvement of this publication would be
gratefully appreciated.
Copies of this publication can be ordered from your local
Alfa Laval company.
Published by:

Alfa Laval Separation AB


Marine & Power Oil Treatment Division
S - 147 80 Tumba
Sweden

Copyright Alfa Laval Separation AB 1995. Printed in Sweden.

Contents

Scope

Process Parameters

Installation Parameters

Timer Sequence
Parameters

Service Mode
Parameter 90

Countdown of Timers
P50 P89

5
5.1
5.2

Alarm Log
5.2.1

Examples of Logged
Alarms

10
11

Additional Parameter
Information

13

6.1

Process Parameters

13

6.2

Installation Parameters

18

6.3

Timer Sequence Parameters

19

6.3.1

Starting Sequence

19

6.3.2

Separation Sequence

19

6.3.3

Sludge Discharge
Sequence

20

Stopping sequence

20

Sequence Diagram

21

7.1

Purifier mode

21

7.2

Clarifier mode

22

6.3.4

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Study instruction manuals and observe the


warnings before installation, operation,
service and maintenance.

P000272A

Not following the instructions can result in


serious accidents with fatal injuries.

In order to make the information clear only foreseeable conditions have


been considered. No warnings are given, therefore, for situations
arising from unintended usage of the machine and its tools.
A summary of the safety information is found in the Safety chapter
under divider 1.

Scope

This parameter list is valid for the following


separation systems
MOPX 205
MOPX 207
MOPX 309
MOPX 310
MOPX 213
Including the EPC-41 control unit with
PROM: 31830-5852-1.

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1 Scope

MOPX Parameter List

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Process Parameters

The EPC-41 control unit controls the separation process. It can be programmed for different separation systems and different conditions within the system, by setting parameters.
The process parameters can be easily adjusted,
as often as required, to meet changes in the
operating conditions, e.g. oil temperature,
alarm points, time between sludge discharges.
Each separator has its own EPC-41 control
unit. Up to three separation systems can be
interconnected via cables between their control units. The separators can work in parallel
or series operation. Only two separators can
work in series; the third must work in parallel
or act as a stand-by. The first separator in
series should always be defined as a purifier
and the second as a clarifier.

NOTE
P2 is factory set to P (purifier). If you
change it to C (clarifier) you get all
the factory settings for a clarifier,
which is shown in column Factory
set value, Clarifier in the tables.

WARNING
Disintegration
hazard
If the time between sludge discharges
is set too long, sludge accumulation
and bowl imbalance may occur.

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2 Process Parameters

MOPX Parameter List

Parameter

Description or unit

P11

Max. time between


sludge discharges

Minutes
P1 = P61
Changing of P1 automatically
changes P61.

P21

Purifier/Clarifier mode

P31

Series configuration

P41

Range

Factory set value Plant


set
Purifier Clarifier value

0 999

30

P or C

0 = No separator in series
12 = The 1st and the 2nd separator work in series
13 = The 1st and the 3rd separator work in series
23 = The 2nd and the 3rd separator work in series

0, 12, 13, 23

.....

Sludge discharge signal from purifier to


clarifier

1 = Every purifier discharge


2 = Every 2nd purifier
discharge
3 = Every 3rd purifier discharge
4 = Every 4th purifier discharge
If P3 = 0 then P4 = - - -.

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---

---

.....

P51

High temperature
alarm

C or F

0 115 C or
0 255 F

.....

P61

Low temperature
alarm

C or F

0 115 C or
0 255 F

---

---

.....

P71

Temperature set point C or F

0 110 C or
0 240 F

---

---

.....

P81

P-band

10 500

---

---

.....

P91

I -time

Minutes

0.1 10.0

---

---

.....

---

---

HFO

HFO

---

---

P = Purifier
C = Clarifier

P10 to
Not used
P14
P151

HFO / DO selection of HFO = Heavy Fuel Oil


type of oil
do
= diesel oil
For lubricating oil select HFO

HFO or do

P16 to
Not used
P19
1.

30

.....

.....

.....

For more information, seeAdditional Parameter Information on page 13.

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Installation Parameters

NOTE
EPC-41 parameter P21 is factory set
to 50 Hz. If connected to a 60 Hz
supply without changing P21 an
alarm will occur. When P21 is set to
60 Hz the alarm will disappear after
reset.
The installation parameters must be set before
the initial start-up and before process parameters are set.
The parameters rarely need to be adjusted
again.

NOTE
Alfa Laval can not be held
responsible for injuries and damage
caused by usage of parameters not
recommended by Alfa Laval

Description or unit

P20

Separator type

2.1 = MOPX

1.2 2.1

2.1

2.1

2.1

P21

Power frequency

Hz
Check that the frequency is correct, see label on the separator.

50 or 60

50

50

.....

P22

Not used

---

---

P231

EPC-41 address

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1 = Single unit or the 1st linked


control unit
2 = The 2nd linked control unit
3 = The 3rd linked control unit
4-8 = Not used
Up to 3 control units can be linked
together.

Range

Factory set value Plant


set
Purifier Clarifier value

Parameter

1 8

.....

3 Installation Parameters

Parameter

MOPX Parameter List

Description or unit

Range

P24 to
Not used
P32

---

---

0 or 1

.....

P33

Emergency stop
function

P341

Alarm delay time

Seconds

1 30

15

15

.....

P351

Low temperature
Seconds
alarm delay after MV1
change over

1 999

15

15

.....

P361

Remote control

.....

P371

Heater type

02

.....

P38

Size of Heatpac
heater

kW
If P37 = 1 then P38 is set to 16,
otherwise P38 = - - -.

0, 7, 8, 14, 16,
22, 24, 36, 40,
50, 56, 65, 72

---

---

.....

P39

Run time of steam


control valve

Seconds
If P37 = 2 then P39 is set to 120,
otherwise P39 = - - -.

0 999

---

---

.....

P401

Temperature reading

C = C
F = F

C or F

.....

P411

Max. start time for


heater

Minutes

0 999

15

15

.....

P42

Not used

---

---

---

---

P43

Extra alarm function

0 = Emergency stop only


1 = Mechanical vibration switch

Factory set value Plant


set
Purifier Clarifier value

0
1
2
3
10

=
=
=
=
=

No remote control
0 3, 10 13
Remote switches
Remote computer
Not applicable
No remote control, alarm
A4-1 cancelled
11 = Remote switch, alarm A4-1
cancelled
12 = Remote computer, alarm
A4-1 cancelled
13 = Not applicable
0 = No or common heater with
separate controller
1 = Heatpac EHS-62 controlled
by EPC-41
2 = Heater with control valve,
controlled by EPC-41

0 = Alarm indication on display.


No action.
1 = Alarm indication on display.
Oil feed off during
separation sequence.

0 or 1

P44 to
Not used
P49
1.

.....

For more information, seeAdditional Parameter Information on page 13.

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Timer Sequence Parameters

The timer sequence parameters control the


operation of the system; i.e. start, separation,
sludge discharge and stop functions.

Parameter

Description or unit

Range

Factory set value Plant


set
Purifier Clarifier value

Starting sequence
P501

Bowl closing water

Seconds

0 999

15

15

.....

P511

Bowl sealing water

Seconds

0 999

45

---

.....

Oil feed on during


stabilizing period

Seconds

0 999

30

30

.....

---

---

---

---

30

30

---

---

20

20

---

---

3.0

3.0

---

---

15

15

---

---

P52

P53 to Not used


P59
Separation sequence
P601
1

P61

Not used
Time between sludge
discharges

Minutes
P61 = P1
Changing of P61 automatically
changes P1.

0 999

P62 to Not used


P69

.....

Sludge discharge sequence


1

P70

Displacement water.
Oil feed off

P71

Not used

P721

Sludge discharge

Seconds

Seconds

0 999

0 99.9

P73 to Not used


P77
P781

Draining of bowl
operating system

P79

Not used

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Seconds

0 999

.....

.....

.....

4 Timer Sequence Parameters

Parameter

MOPX Parameter List

Description or unit

Range

Factory set value Plant


set
Purifier Clarifier value

Stopping sequence
P80

Bowl closing water on Seconds

0 999

15

15

.....

P81

Bowl displ. water

Seconds

0 999

90

---

.....

P82

Oil feed on

Seconds

0 999

---

30

.....

---

---

180

180

---

---

P83 to Not used


P85
P86

Separator motor off

Seconds

0 999

P87 to Not used


P89
1.

.....

For more information, seeAdditional Parameter Information on page 13.

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Service Mode Parameter 90

With aid of the service mode parameters


information can be requested and displayed,
for instance the countdown of timer sequences
can be displayed while they are running.
Parameter

Description or unit

P90

0 = No Service mode(FO) values


11=Timer P50 P89 countdown
50 = Alarm log, including self
resetting alarms

Service mode

P91 to Not used


P99
1.

Range

01

Factory set value Plant


set
Purifier Clarifier value

---

---

.....

From 2 to 49 is reserved for Alfa Laval use only.

5.1 Countdown of Timers


P50 P89
PS
42

G006482A

By setting P90 to 1, the mode selector in


position L and then by pushing the alarm reset
button, a countdown of each activated timer
(P50 P89) can be displayed during
operation.

Timer P61 shows that it is 32 seconds left to next


sludge discharge.

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5 Service Mode Parameter 90

MOPX Parameter List

5.2 Alarm Log


By setting P90 to 50, the mode selector in
position L and then by pushing the alarm reset
button, the 32 latest alarms can be displayed,
including self resetting alarms.
Each logged alarm consists of three
consecutive groups of information:
1. The accumulated alarm log time, which
shows how long the EPC has been in
operation since an alarm.
If the interval between two alarms is
greater than 999.5 hours ( 41 days) the
whole alarm log will be reset to 0.
2. The alarm is indicated in the same way as
when it occurred, except for the alarms
starting with an E:
alarm code starting with an A.
LED and an alarm code, for instance
High or low oil temperature.
LED indications only.
alarm code starting with an E (events
with no alarm released)
There is only one event for EPC-41,
which is a self resetting function;
E2 = low pressure
3. The actual value of parameter P1
(maximum time between sludge
discharges).

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MOPX Parameter List

5 Service Mode Parameter 90

The alarm was a Power failure.


P1 (maximum time between sludge
discharges) was set to 30 minutes.

I001103A

The capital H indicates that this is the


latest alarm which has been logged. The
EPC had been in operation 48 hours and
20 29 minutes since this alarm. Every
tenth minute is displayed, but several
alarms can be logged within this period.

I000891A

I000881A

5.2.1 Examples of Logged Alarms

This event occurred 58 hours and 20 29


minutes ago.
The event was a Low pressure.

I000912A

I000901A

Between these two alarms 10 hours and 0 9


minutes had elapsed (58.2 48.2).

This indicates the end of the log.

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I001001A

P1 indicated 30 minutes.

I000891A

I001151A

The alarm was a Low temperature.


(Which is indicated by the LED and the
figures on the display).

I000921A

106 operating hours and 30 39 minutes


ago the first logged alarm occurred.

S000121A

I000891A

P1 indicated 30 minutes.

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5 Service Mode Parameter 90

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MOPX Parameter List

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Additional Parameter Information

6.1 Process Parameters


P1

Max time between sludge discharge


Long intervals between sludge
discharges can cause the sludge to
accumulate and solidify. The sludge
may then break up at sludge discharge
and create imbalance in the bowl.

WARNING
Disintegration
hazard
If the interval between sludge
discharges is too long, there is risk of
heavy side breakdown.

As many factors influence the sludge


discharge interval, the choice of
interval must be based on experience.
When the bowl is opened for routine
cleaning, the sludge space should be
inspected and, if necessary, the interval
between discharges changed
accordingly.
Clean sludge space: the interval may
be prolonged. Clean sludge space
means that no noticeable amount of
solidified sludge remains in the sludge
space.
Dirty sludge space: the interval must
be shortened. Dirty sludge space
means that some solidified sludge has
accumulated in the sludge space.

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The only way to get a clean sludge


space is to make appropriate
adjustment of the interval based on
regular inspection.
N.B. Alfa Laval assumes no responsibility
for the actual choice of discharge
interval times, as these depend entirely
on local feed characteristics.
Fuel oil cleaning
Conditions may change completely
when bunkers are changed. Therefore,
great care must be given to the
discharge interval setting for each new
bunker. In case the current discharge
interval exceeds the recommended
initial value, the interval setting has to
be reduced according to table on next
page, when a new, unknown bunker is
to be separated.
Use of unstable fuel or mixing of
incompatible fuel oils may cause
precipitation of sludge and overloading
of the separator.

WARNING
Disintegration
hazard
Each new bunker requires review of
the discharge time setting.

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6 Additional Parameter Information

MOPX Parameter List

Type of oil

Initial discharge Time to first bowl inspection

Distillate (1.5 - 6 cSt /40 C)

4 hours

1 week

Marine Diesel Oil (max. 13 cSt / 40 C)

2 hours

1 week

Intermediate / Heavy Fuel Oil

0.5 hour

2 days

Lubricating oil cleaning


The interval between discharges must
be shortened if the separator has been
out of service for 24 hours or longer
while the diesel engine has been
running.
In order to have a reasonable starting
point the table below shows
recommended initial discharge
intervals and operating time to first
inspection.
Main lubricating oil system
Initial discharge
Recommended interval
for cross head engines
Stuffing box oil
Recommended interval
for trunk piston engines

P2

14

Time to first bowl inspection

1 hour

1 week

5 minutes

After one batch

0.5 hour

2 days

Purifier/clarifier mode
The MOPX separator can be defined as
a clarifier or as a purifier. It can operate
as a single separator or in parallel or
series. This is defined by the
parameters P2, P3 and P23. See P3 for
the relationship between these
parameters.
If a separator operates in series when
the mode is changed the parameters P3
have to be changed accordingly.

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MOPX Parameter List

P3

6 Additional Parameter Information

Series configuration
Up to three EPC-41 control units can
be linked together. Only two of the
three connected separators can work in
series. The first separator in series
should always be defined as a purifier
and the second separator as a clarifier.
The relationship between the
parameters P2, P3 and P23 is shown in
the following table.

N.B. The 1st linked control unit must always


have the power on (the separator does
not need to be operating) when the 2nd
and the 3rd separators are operating in
series.
Type of operation

First linked control unit Second linked control unit Third linked control unit

Single operation:

P2 = P (Purifier)
P3 = 0 (No separator in
series)
P23= 1 (Single unit)

Parallel operation:

P2 = P
P3 = 0
P23= 1 (1st linked
control unit)

P2 = P
P3 = 0
P23= 2 (2nd linked control
unit)

P2 = P
P3 = 0
P23= 3 (3rd linked control
unit)

Series operation
P2 = P
1st and 2nd separator: P3 = 12 (1 and 2 in
series)
P23= 1

P2 = C (Clarifier)
P3 = 12
P23= 2

P2 = P
P3 = 0
P23= 3
This separator works as a
stand-by unit; i.e. in parallel
operation or not used.

Series operation
1st and 3rd separator:

P2 = P
P3 = 0
P23= 2
This separator works as a
stand-by unit.

P2 = C
P3 = 13
P23= 3

P2 = P
P3 = 23 (2 and 3 in series)
P23= 2

P2 = C
P3 = 23
P23= 3

P2 = P
P3 = 13 (1 and 3 in
series)
P23= 1

Series operation
P2 = P
2nd and 3rd separator: P3 = 0
P23= 1
This separator works as
a stand-by unit.

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6 Additional Parameter Information

P4

P5

Sludge discharge signals from


purifier to clarifier
The number of sludge discharges
initiated by the first separator (purifier)
before a discharge signal is sent to the
second separator to start its sludge
discharge sequence. P4 should be set in
the purifier controller.
High temperature alarm
P5 should be set sufficiently above the
temperature set point P7.
5 10 C (10 20 F) higher than P7
is recommended.
If P5 = 0 (monitoring temperature
sensor (Pt 100) not connected)
then P6 = P7 = - - -.

MOPX Parameter List

P7

Temperature set point


To be set according to plant
application. See also P5 and P6.

P8

P-band (Proportional band)


If P37 = 0 then P8 = - - -.
If P37 = 1 or 2 then P8 is automatically
preset to 40%.

P9

I-time (Integral time)


If P37 = 0 then P9 = - - -.
If P37=1 or 2 then P9 is automatically
preset to 1.2 minutes.

P5, P6 and P7 can be set both for heavy


fuel oil (HFO) and for diesel oil (DO),
see P15. If both oils are to be used, the
following must be done:
1. Set P5, P6 and P7 for HFO (P15
is factory set to HFO).
2. Change P15 to do.
3. Go back to P5 and set P5, P6 and
P7 for DO.
If only diesel oil is to be used for the
installation, the following must be
done:
1. Set P5 greater than 0.
2. Change P15 to do.
3. Go back to P5 and set P5, P6 and
P7 for DO.
P6

16

Low temperature alarm


Should be set sufficiently below the
temperature set point P7.
5 10 C (10 20 F) lower than P7 is
recommended.
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MOPX Parameter List

6 Additional Parameter Information

How to set P8 and P9:


If the temperature varies with regularly
repeated oscillation, setting of the
proportional band and integral time is
necessary.

Increasing the value of parameter


P8 (proportional band width) will
result in a slower and more stable
control action.

Increasing the value of parameter


P9 (integral time) also results in
slower response from the EPC-41.

We recommend that you follow these


guidelines:
1. Set P9 = 10 minutes.

A = The value of P-band (P8).


B = The time for one full period in
seconds.

Constant amplitude

P000051A

3. When you have discovered the


point where the process oscillates
with a constant amplitude note the
following figures:

P000041A

2. Decrease P-band (P8) band in steps


until the process reaches the point
where it starts to oscillate with a
constant amplitude. Test the
stability after each step by
introducing a step-change of load
or set point.

4. Calculation of optimal parameter


settings.
P-band
P8 = 2.2 A

I-time
P9 = 0.8 B

The settings above give a rather good


result but may be adjusted according
to individual characteristics in different
loops.

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6 Additional Parameter Information

P15

HFO / DO selection of oil type


To prevent false alarm (A7-10) when
cleaning diesel oil the type of oil must
be specified.
Once P5, P6 and P7 are set for HFO
or DO they automatically follow the
selection of P15.
If P15 = HFO and P5 is set > 0 then
P5 for DO is automatically reset to
50 C (120 F).
If P15 = do then P53 =P70 = 0.
See P5 for the relationship between P5,
P6, P7 and P15.

MOPX Parameter List

P35

Low temperature alarm delay after


MV1 change over
When the oil feed change over valve
changes position the flow rate and thus
the oil temperature may be influenced.
By delaying the temperature alarm, a
false alarm is avoided as the oil
temperature has time to stabilize.
P35 should be set according to plant
application. If a delay time above 120
seconds is necessary, check the heating
system and the installation layout.

P36

Remote control
Remote control can be applied in form
of:

6.2 Installation Parameters


P23

P34

EPC-41 address
If the separator works as single unit the
EPC-41 address shall always be 1.
When using more than one separator in
the same system (parallel or series)
each interconnected EPC-41 control
unit must be identified. The EPC-41
address shows in which order the
control units are linked.
See also P3 for the relationship
between the parameters.
Alarm delay time
Activation of most alarm functions can
be delayed up to 30 seconds, except for

emergency / vibration alarm

high temperature alarm,


which have a fixed delay time of 2
seconds.

P37

external switches

external computers

Heater type
The EPC-41 control unit is designed
for control of:

Heatpac EHS-62 (P37 =1)

Heater with heating media control


valve (P37=2)

N.B. If a different type of heater is installed


(P37 = 0), only a start/stop signal is
available from the EPC-41 control unit.
If a steam heating system is connected
to the EPC-41 and if the system is
equipped with an optional shut-off
valve, and provided P37= 0 or 2, the
valve is opened when the heater is
started.
The valve is shut:

If operating two separators in series,


P34 for the clarifier separator must be
3 seconds longer.

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when the heater is stopped

at high temperature alarm

at power failure

at EPC stand-by mode

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MOPX Parameter List

P40

P41

P43

Temperature reading
Degrees Celsius (C) or Fahrenheit
(F) temperature readings available.
P5, P6 and P7 have to be set according
to C or F.
Max. start time for heater
Sets the maximum allowed start time
for the heater. Minimum temperature
limit (P6) must be reached within this
time.
Extra alarm function
Extra alarm functions can be
connected. By setting P43 to 1 the oil
feed to the separator will be stopped
when the extra alarm occur.

6 Additional Parameter Information

Recommended values:
MOPX 213: 45 sec.
MOPX 205, 207, 309 & 310: 30 sec.
N.B. If more than 100 secs is required for
MOPX 205, or 140 seconds for the
MOPX 207, 309, 310 & 213 this
indicates a malfunction.
N.B. Before increasing the sealing water,
make sure that the appropriate gravity
disc is fitted to the separator bowl.
N.B. This function is blocked in the clarifier
mode (P2 = C, and P51 = - - -).
P52

6.3 Timer Sequence


Parameters

Oil feed on during stabilizing period


Oil admitted to separator bowl during a
stabilizing period.
If more than 30 seconds is needed for
the purifier and 60 seconds for the
clarifier it may indicate a malfunction.

6.3.1 Starting Sequence

6.3.2 Separation Sequence

P50

Bowl closing water


For proper closing of the separator
bowl during start-up sequence. If more
than 60 seconds is required, it may
indicate a malfunction.

P61

P51

Sealing water
Sealing water is used in the bowl to
prevent oil from discharging through
the water outlet in a purifier. The
amount of sealing water in the bowl is
balanced by the gravity disc. During
the starting sequence, sufficient water
must be admitted to the empty bowl to
establish an adequate water seal.
Insufficient water will lead to a broken
water seal. If a broken water seal
occurs during the starting sequence the
time setting can be increased. P51
should be set according to experience.

N.B. In series operation the time sequence


for the clarifier must be longer than for
the purifier, in order to synchronize
sludge discharges initiated from the
purifier.

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Time between sludge discharges


The same as P1 (setting one parameter
will set both to the same value).
Bowl closing water is supplied for 2
seconds every 15 minutes.

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6 Additional Parameter Information

MOPX Parameter List

6.3.3 Sludge Discharge Sequence


P70

Displacement water
Filling of displacement water to the
bowl eliminates the risk of oil loss at
the next sludge discharge.
If more than 40 seconds are required,
this indicates a malfunction.

N.B. If P2 = C (clarifier mode), then P70


starts but the valve is not activated
(i.e. no displacement water added).
P72

Sludge discharge
Sludge discharge initiated by MV15
admitting water to the separator bowl.
If more than 4 seconds are required,
this indicates a malfunction.

P78

Draining of bowl operating system.


Stabilizing period to allow water to
drain from the opening chamber.
Should be set according to experience.

6.3.4 Stopping sequence


P80

Bowl closing water on


To be set for proper closing of the bowl
(on until P86)

P81

Bowl displacement water on


Purifier mode only; the bowl is filled
up in order to prevent vibration.
MOPX 213 is 90 secs, and for smaller
sizes 45 secs is recommended

P82

Oil feed on
Clarifier mode only; the bowl is filled
up in order to prevent vibration.

P86

Separator motor off


The separator motor is automatically
switched off.
Restarting is blocked for 3 minutes.

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Sequence Diagram

7.1 Purifier mode


The duration of the monitoring functions and output signals when the separator is operated as a
purifier is illustrated in the diagram.
Valve
Relay, Terminal Activated function
Sensor

Standby Starting
sequence
OFF

Separation Sludge discharge Stopping sequence


sequence sequence

P50

P51

P52

P61

P70

P72

P78

P80

P81

P86

15 s

45 s

30 s

30 min

20 s

3s

15 s

15 s

90 s

180 s

OFF

Mon. functions
PS42

X7:4

Low oil pressure

PS41

X7:3

X7:1

XS1

X8:4

Vibrations1

XS2

X8:4

Emergency stop1

X9:3

Heater fault

TT1

X11:1-3

High oil temperature2

TT1

X11:1-3

Low oil temperature2

PS42

7:4

Switch function

High oil pressure


Extra alarm

Output signals
X1: 1,2

Motor starter

XS1

X2: 3,4

Blocking vibration
switch

MV1

X4: 4

Oil to separator

MV10A X5: 1

Closed drain valve

MV10

X5: 2

Displ./Sealing. water

MV15

X5: 3

Bowl opening water

MV16

X5: 4

Bowl closing water3

1.
2.
3.

Emergency Stop (XS2) is normally connected to terminal X8:4. If the optional vibration switch (XS1) is installed
it is connected to terminal X8:4 and the Emergency Stop (XS2) is connected to the system power supply.
With optional sensor TT1 installed P50 will not start if the temperature is too low or too high.
During P61 intermittently 1second every 5 minutes.

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7 Sequence Diagram

MOPX Parameter List

7.2 Clarifier mode


The duration of the monitoring functions and output signals when the separator is operated as a
clarifier is illustrated in the diagram.
Valve
Relay, Terminal Activated function
Sensor

Standby Starting
sequence
OFF

Separation Sludge discharge Stopping sequence


sequence sequence

P50

P52

P61

P70

P72

P78

P80

P82

P86

15 s

30 s

30 min

20 s

3s

15 s

15 s

30 s

180 s

OFF

Mon. functions
PS42

X7:4

Low oil pressure

PS41

X7:3

X7:1

XS1

X8:4

Vibrations1

XS2

X8:4

Emergency stop1

X9:3

Heater fault

TT1

X11:1-3

High oil temperature2

TT1

X11:1-3

Low oil temperature2

PS42

7:4

Switch function

High oil pressure


Extra alarm

Output signals
X1: 1,2

Motor starter

XS1

X2: 3,4

Blocking vibration
switch

MV1

X4: 4

Oil to separator

MV10A X5: 1

Closed drain valve

MV10

X5: 2

Displ./Sealing. water

MV15

X5: 3

Bowl opening water

MV16

X5: 4

Bowl closing water3

1.
2.
3.

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Emergency Stop (XS2) is normally connected to terminal X8:4. If optional vibration switch (XS1) is installed it
is connected to terminal X8:4 and the Emergency Stop (XS2) is connected to the system power supply.
If the emergency stop button is pushed while the EPC is in stand-by mode the separator motor is stopped.
With optional sensor TT1 installed P50 will not start if the temperature is too low or too high.
During P61 intermittently 1second every 5 minutes.

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