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****** Page 1 ****** User Guide IWLi60_6 Wall-/Pipe-mount Level Indicator L 160

****** Page 2 ****** Electrical Safety This equipment complies with the requirements of CEI/IEC 61010-1:2001-2 ‘Safety Requirements for Electrical Equipment for Measurement, Control and Laboratory Use’. If the equipment is used in a manner NOT specified by the Company, the protection provided by the equipment may be impaired. Symbols One or more of the following symbols may appear on the equipment labelling: _L Warning — Refer to the manual for instructions Caution — Risk of electric shock Protective earth (ground) terminal Earth (ground) terminal Direct current supply only Alternating current supply only Both direct and alternating current supply The equipment is protected through double insulation Information in this manual is intended only to assist our customers in the efficient operation of our equipment. Use of this manual for any other purpose is specifically prohibited and its contents are not to be reproduced in full or part without prior approval of the Technical Publications Department. Health and Safety To ensure that our products are safe and without risk to health, the following points must be noted: I. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. The relevant sections of these instructions must be read carefully before proceeding. Warning labels on containers and packages must be observed. Installation, operation, maintenance and servicing must only be carried out by suitably trained personnel and in accordance with the information given. Normal safety precautions must be taken to avoid the possibility of an accident occurring when operating in conditions of high pressure and/or temperature. Chemicals must be stored away from heat, protected from temperature extremes and powders kept dry. Normal safe handling procedures must be used. When disposing of chemicals ensure that no two chemicals are mixed. Safety advice concerning the use of the equipment described in this manual or any relevant hazard data sheets (where applicable) may be obtained from the Company address on the back cover, together with servicing and spares information.

****** Page 3 ****** GETTING STARTED This manual is divided into five sections which contain all the information needed to install, configure, commission and operate the DATUM 1.160. Each section is identified clearly by a symbol as shown below. Displays and Controls Displays and function keys I FD indication • Error messages Operator Mode (Level 1) • Operator menus for: Standard level indicator Maximum/minimum/average level indicator Level indicator with volume indication Set Up Mode (Level 2) • Alarm trip points • Alarm hysteresis levels Configuration Mode (Levels 3 and 4) Accessing the configuration levels Level 3 Hardware assignment and input type Alarm types and hysteresis Operator functions Digital input and serial communications Level 4 Ranges and passwords Installation • Siting • Mounting • Electrical connections Symbol Identification and Section Contents

****** Page 4 ****** 1 2 3 4 5 CONTENTS 2.2 Operating Page — Standard (Level 1) . .12 .13 … ….. .. 16 18 . . …. ….. ….. ….. … 18 ….. ….. 30 39 DISPLAYS AND FUNCTION KEYS .. 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Introduction . Use of Function Keys LED Alarms and Indicators .. Error Messages . OPERATOR MODE ….. …………………………………………………………………… 2.1 Introduction . 2.3 Operating Page — Max./Min./Average Functions (Level 1) 2.4 Operating Page — Volume Function (Level 1) . SET UP MODE Introduction 3.1 .5 9 3.2 Set Up Level (Level 2) . CONFIGURATION MODE . 4.1 Introduction . 4.2 Accessing the Configuration Mode 4.3 Basic Hardware and Indicator Functions (Level 3) 4.4 Ranges and Passwords (Level 4)………………………………………………….28 INSTALLATION 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 Siting the System . Siting the Instrment Mounting the Instrument . Electrical Connections . Relays, Arc Suppression, Outputs and Input . 16 .31 .32 . 34 SPECIFICATION Note. The fold-out page attached to the back cover of this manual shows all frames in the programming levels. Space is provided next to each frame to record programmed settings/selections. 2

****** Page 5 ****** 1 DISPLAYS AND FUNCTION KEYS 1.1 Introduction — Fig. 1.1 The DATUM I-160 front panel display, function keys and LED indicators are shown in Fig. 1.1. Display Displays shown during the start up procedure Displayed at startup for 3 seconds 1.0 Software version and issue eg. 1.160/2001 , Issue 1 (displayed for 3 seconds) Alarm LEDs (secret-till-lit) Function Keys A Parameter advance Raise Lower Multi-function key Fig. 1.1 Front Panel Display, Function Keys and Indicators 3

****** Page 6 ****** …1 DISPLAYS AND FUNCTION KEYS 1.2 Use of Function Keys Fig. 1.2 A — Raise and Lower Keys /00.0 Use to change/set a parameter value… or… B Parameter Advance Key LEU.EL LEU.EL / Frame 1 (top of level) Frame 2 or… Use to advance to the next frame within a level.. LEU.ELP .. .move between levels LEU.ELx poa.e 300.3 Press for Y O Ü.H a few seconds . .select the top (L E UEL ) frame from within a level Note. This key also stores any changes made in the previous frame C — Multi-function Key Codf Use to view a parameter setting or selection.. .or… Fig. 1.2 Use of Function Keys 4 .. .select individual characters in a frame

****** Page 7 ****** 1.3 1 DISPLAYS AND FUNCTION KEYS… LED Alarms and Indicators Fig. 1.3 Alarm LEDs Alarm 1 Alarm 2 Alarm 3 LED All flashing A1 A2 and AS Status Lovel indicator is in the configuration mode — see Section 4.2 Flashes when Alarm is active (off when inactive) Lit constantly when Alarm is an active, latched alarm which has been acknowledged Fig. 1.3 LED Alarms and Indicators 5

****** Page 8 ****** Display cm.Err CFG.Err IP.FB IL 6 …1 DISPLAYS AND FUNCTION KEYS 1.4 Error Messages Rd. Err Error/Action Start-up Screen Displayed at system start-up. Calibration error Turn mains pc)wer off and on again (if the error persists contact the Service Organization). Configuration error The cnnfiguration and/or setup data for the instrument is cnrrupted. Turn mains power off and on again (if the error persists, check configuration/setup settings). A to D Converter fault The analog to digital converter is not communicating correctly. Sensor input out of range Option board error Communications to the option board have failed. To Clear Display Clears automatically (after 3 secs.) to display software version/issue —see Fig. 1.1. Press the@key, Press the key, Turn mains FY)wer off and on again. If the fault persists, contact the Service Organization. Restore valid smsor input. Check sensor output. Contact the Service Organization.

****** Page 9 ****** 2 OPERATOR MODE 2.1 Introduction Operator Mode (Level I) is the normal day-to-day mode of the DATUM I-1 60. Frames displayed in Level 1 are determined and limited by the indicator functions which are selected during configuration of the instrument see Section 4. Note. Only the operating frames relevant to the configured functions are displayed in Operator Mode. The three indicator functions are: • Standard Level Indicator • Level Indicator with Max./Min./Average • Level Indicator with Volume Indication page 8 page 9 page I I 7

****** Page 10 ****** …2 OPERATOR MODE Operating Page — Standard (Level 1) 2.2 •1 8 e /Y5.3 un-BCP. G I.ÜÜÜ CodE LEI-I.EL I Process Variable / 5.3 Normally displayed in engineering units. To view the input value (in electrical units) press the key. Global Alarm Acknowledge (latch alarms only) Un-RCP. — alarm unacknowledged RCH Specific Gravity alarm acknowledged This is the value of specific gravity currently being applied to the process variable (display only). Security Code Enter the password to access the Set Up Level (Level 2) or the Configuration Level (Levels 3 and 4). The default code is O. 10 to 99991 Note. To select this frame from anywhere in this level, press and hold the key for a few seconds. Displayed only if there is an active latch alarm.

****** Page 11 ****** 2 OPERATOR MODE… 2.3 Operating Page Max./Min./Average Functions (Level 1) See Section 4.3.3 for details of Max./Min./Average functions. P 1%5.3 Lift-RCH r5&-n h’ 1502 Measured Level To view the input value (in electrical units) press the@ key. Global Alarm Acknowledge (latch alarms only) un-RCP. RCH Average Value alarm unacknowledged alarm acknowledged This is the mean average value of the process variable, since the average was reset. To reset the average value, select -Y then press the IÄ key. — reset do not reset Continued on next page. •1 The average value is displayed only if enabled in the configuration level — see Section 413.3 The average value is reset automatically on power up and can also be reset from a digital input — see Section 4.3.4. 9

****** Page 12 ****** …2.3 …2 OPERATOR MODE Operating Page Max./Min./Average Functions (Level 1) Maximum Value This is the maximum value of the process variable since the maximum was reset. To reset the maximum value, select r – Y then press the key. rS&-Y Minimum Value — reset do not reset L 130.8 I.ÜÜÜ CodE LEI-I.EL This is the minimum value of the process variable since the minimum was reset. To reset the minimum value, select r – Y then press the key. rS&-Y Specific Gravity — reset do not reset This is the value of specific gravity currently being applied to the process variable (display only). Security Code Enter the correct code to access the Set Up Level (Lovel 2) or the Configuration Level (levels 3 and 4). [0 to 99991 Level 1 Note. To select this frame from anywhere in this page, press the key for a few seconds. •I The maximum and minimum values are reset automatically on power-up and can also be reset from a digital input — see Section 4.3.4. 10

****** Page 13 ****** 2.4 •1 2 OPERATOR MODE… Operating Page Volume Function (Level 1) Process Variable e 1%5.3 Normally displayed in engineering P ;Y5.3 units. To view the input value (in electrical units) press the key. •l Global Alarm Acknowledge (latch alarms only) alarm unacknowledged alarm acknowledged I.ÜÜÜ u.P3 CodE LEU.EL / Specific Gravity This is the value of specific gravity currently being applied to the process variable (display only). Volume This is the current volume derived from the process variable. Security Code Enter the correct code to access the Set Up Level (Level 2) or the Configuration Level (Levels 3 and 4). The default/factory-set code is O. 10 to 99991 Level 1 Note. To select this frame from anywhere in this level, press the key for a few seconds. Displayed only if there is an active latch alarm. 11

****** Page 14 ****** 3 SET UP MODE 3.1 Introduction To access the Set Up Level (Level 2) the correct code must be entered in the security code frame (CodE) in Level I — see Sections 2.2 to 2.4. Level 1 — Operating Level Correct LEU.EL I Code CodE x Security Code O to 9999 (default/factoty-set code O) LEU.EL? R / HYS& B? HYS& 193 xx 83 HYS& B x xxx H x xxx L x xxx SPGj-8U. ÜRdJ Level 2 — Set Up Alarm 1 Trip Point Alarm I Hysteresis Alarm 2 Trip Point Alarm 2 Hysteresis Alarm 3 Trip Point Alarm 3 Hysteresis Average Value Maximum Value Minimum Value Specific Gravity Offset Adjustment Fig. 3.1 Accessing the Set Up Level (Level 2) 12

****** Page 15 ****** 3 3.2 Set Up Level (Level 2) SET UP MODE… LEI-I.ELP R /.HY5& •2 ?üü.e RP.HY5& •2 83.hP Level 2 Note. To select this frame from anywhere in this level, press the key for a few seconds. Alarm 1 Trip Point High level alarm Low level alarm — Latched high level alarm RILL — Latched low level alarm R IFr Fast rate level alarm R l.Sr — Slow rate level alarm [In engineering units or % of engineering span per hour] Alarm 1 Hysteresis Not applicable to R /.Fr and R {Sr alarm type. [Process alarms — engineering units] Alarm 2 Trip Point Alarm type [In engineering units or % of engineering span per hour]. Alarm 2 Hysteresis Not applicable to RP.Fr and BP.Sr alarm type. I in % engineering rangel Continued on next page… •1 Not displayed if the alarm is disabled (‘None’ selected) — see Section 4.32. •2 Displayed only if custom alarm hysteresis is selected — see Section 4.32. (not displayed for rate alarms). 13

****** Page 16 ****** …3 SET UP MODE …3.2 Setup Level (Level 2) 300.3 346 .3 Alarm 3 Trip Point Alarm type A [In engineering units or % engineering span per hour] Alarm 3 Hysteresis Not applicable to 83.Fj- and R3.5r alarm type. A [Process alarms engineering units] Average Value This is the mean average value of the process variable input since the average was reset. To reset the average value, select. r – Y then press the key. rS&-Y — reset do not reset L 130.8 •I •2 •3 14 Continued on next page… Not displayed if the alarm is disabled (‘None’ selected) — see Section 4.3.2. Displayed only if custom alarm hysteresis is selected — see Section 4.3.2. (not displayed for rate alarms). The average value is reset automatically on power-up and can also be reset from a digital input — see Section 4.3.3.

****** Page 17 ****** SET UP MODE… …3.2 3 Set Up Level (Level 2) Maximum Value This is the maximum value of the level input since the maximum was reset. To reset the maximum value, select r – Y then press r5&-n L 130.8 SPGrRU. Ü.Rd-l the key. r 58 -Y r5&-n Minimum Value — reset do not reset This is the minimum value of the level input since the minimum was reset. To reset the minimum value, select r – Y then press the key. r 58 -Y r 58 -Y Specific Gravity — reset do not reset Enter the specific gravity of the liquid to be measured. Offset Adjustment An offset can be applied to the level input to enable spot calibration or the removal of system errors. of engineering range]. •I The maximum and minimum values are reset automatically on power-up and can also be reset from a digital input — see Section 4.3.3. 15

****** Page 18 ****** 4 CONFIGURATION MODE 4.1 Introduction — Fig. 4.1 The Configuration Mode comprises two levels (3 and 4) as shown in Fig. 4.1 . Lovel 3 is divided into four frames. For most simple applications it is only necessary to set up the parameters in the first frame. Note. When in the Configuration Level: • All the LED indicators flash. • All relays and logic outputs are turned off. • The analog output reverts to 0% (4mA) output level. 16

****** Page 19 ****** CONFIGURATION MODE… …4.1 Introduction 4 Fig. 4.1 Level 3 L 3 Hardware R Configuration Alarms and E Set Points Operator Functions Digital P Input and Serial Comms. b 1200 0000 F 0000 0000 H 0000 0000 s 0000 & 0000 LEU.ELH Eno HI I-I.ÜL S-PBSS C -PBSS Rddr, Level 4 Engineering Range High Engineering Range Low Retransmission Range High Retransmission Range Low Volume Constant Set-up Password Configuration Password Modbus Address Fig. 4.1 Configuration Levels

****** Page 20 ****** …4 CONFIGURATION MODE 4.2 Accessing the Configuration Mode To access the Configuration Mode, enter the correct configuration code in Level I — see Sections 2.2 to 2.4. The Configuration password is set up in Level 4. 4.3 Basic Hardware and Indicator Functions (Level 3) 4.3.1 Hardware Assignment and Input Type — Fig. 4.2 LEU.EL3 b eno c 1200 Level 3 Note. To select this frame from anywhere in this level, press the key for a few seconds. ‘ABCD’ Settings The first character (A, B, C or D) identifies the parameter to be changed. The current setting is indicated by a flashing letter. Parameter options are shown in Fig. 4.2. b c Hardware configuration Input type and range Not applicable No. of decimal points Note. For custom settings contact the local distributor. Continued on page 20. 18

****** Page 21 ****** 4 CONFIGURATION MODE… …4.3.1 Hardware Assignment and Input Type Fig. 4.2 A — Hardware Configuration R {200 Display 50Hz 60Hz R b U Relay 1 Source Alarm I Alarm Custom Relay ? Source Alarm 2 Alarm 2 Ctßtom Relay Source Alarm 3 Alarm g Custom Logic Output Source Ipr-AlL IpFAlL Custom Analog Output Source ML ML average Ctßtom ML Measured level IPFAIL Measured level failure only available if the appropriate option board is fitted B Input Type and Range Configuration b 200 Display 8 4 to 20 mA I to 10mA (13851 t P861 sensor) Custom cnnfiguration C Not Applicable Display Temperature Units Display o Not applicab e XXX D Process Variable Display Decimal Places XXX* Fig. 4.2 Hardware Configuration and Input/Output Ranges 19

****** Page 22 ****** …4 CONFIGURATION MODE .3.2 Alarms — Figs. 4.3, 4.4, 4.5 and 4.6 All alarms output relays are de-energized in the alarm state (fail safe). ‘EFGH’ Settings The first character (E, F, G or H) identifies the parameter to be changed. The current setting is indicated by a flashing letter. Parameter options are shown in Fig. 4.3. F 0000 G mou 0000 p 000 L) 20 F H Alarm 1 type Alarm 2 type Alarm 3 type Alarm hysteresis Note. For fail safe operation, active alarms denergize the relay and inactive alarms energize the relay. For custom settings contact the local distributor. Continued on page 25.

****** Page 23 ****** 4 CONFIGURATION MODE… …4.3.2 Alarms — Figs. 4.3, 4.4, 4.5 and 4.6 E — Alarm I Type E 0000 Display o 3 5 6 None High Process Low Process High Latch Low Latch Fast Rate Slow Rate F 0000 Display F Alarm 2 Type [7 G— Alarm 3 Type Display 0 1 3 5 6 h Display 0 5 6 U None High Process Low Process High Latch Low Latch Fast Rate Slow Rate O H Alarm Hysteresis None Value in % of engineenng range 2.0% Custom Note 0 1 3 5 6 None High Process Low Process High Latch Low Latch Fast Rate Slow Rate Note. When custom alarm hysteresis is selected, the alarm hysteresis values must first be set individually in the Set Up Level — see Section 3.2 Fig. 4.3 Alarm Types 21

****** Page 24 ****** …4 CONFIGURATION MODE …4.3.2 Alarms — Figs. 4.3, 4.4, 4.5 and 4.6 Hysteresis Hysteresis Process Variable Alarm On High Process Alarm Off Note. Low Process Trip Point Alarm Alarm Process Alarms — an alarm becomes active when the process variable rises above the high process alarm trip point value or falls below the low process alarm trip point value. Process alarm trip point values are configured in engineering units in Set Up Level (Level 2). If an alarm hysteresis value of zero is configured the alarm becomes inactive when the process variable value returns past the alarm trip point value. If a positive or negative hysteresis value is configured the alarm becomes inactive when the process variable reaches the hysteresis point. The hysteresis value is configured in engineering units e.g. if a hysteresis point five inches H20 below the alarm trip point is required, a hysteresis value of —5.0 is configured. The programmable alarm hysteresis function can also be utilized for pump control applications when an output relay is assigned to an alarm. Fig. 4.4 Process Alarms 22

****** Page 25 ****** 4 CONFIGURATION MODE… Alarms — Figs. 4.3, 4.4, 4.5 and 4.6 …4.3-2 Note. 100 ? 50 41 1 Hours 5 1 Alarm On — Alarm Off 3 t (191 secs) I t (191 secs) Fast/SIow Rate Alarms — an alarm becomes active when the rate of change in the process variable is faster or slower than the configured alarm value. Rate of change alarm values are configured as a % of span change per hour. The elapsed time period before the alarm condition is detected is dependant upon the configured alarm value. This period can be calculated as follows: 1800 t 10.81 + trip value (as a % of eng. span/hr) 191 seconds t The alarm remains active until the rate of change in the process variable returns to the non-alarm condition. The calculated time period (t) elapses between the process variable reaching the non-alarm condition and the alarm becoming inactive. Fig. 4.5 Rate Alarms 23

****** Page 26 ****** …4 CONFIGURATION MODE Alarm On Alarm On Note. Alarm Latched High Latch Alarm Alarm Låtéhed Alarm Trip Value Alarm Trip Hysteresis Alarm Off Alarm Acknowledgement State Alarm Trip + Hysteresis Alarm Trip Value Alarm Off Alarm Acknowledgement Low Latch Alarm High/Low Latch Alarms — An alarm becomes active when the process variable value rises above the high latch alarm trip point value or falls below the low latch alarm trip point value. The latch alarm trip point values are configured in engineering units in the Set Up Level (Level 2). The alarm remains active until it is acknowledged and the alarm process condition is removed. The alarm can be acknowledged using the keys on the instrument front panel (see page 3) or via the volt-free digital input once it has been configured to provide a remote alarm acknowledge facility. Fig. 4.6 Latch Alarms 24

****** Page 27 ****** 4 CONFIGURATION MODE… 4.3.3 Operator Functions Fig. 4.7 ‘JKLN’ Settings The first character (J, K, L or N) identifies the parameter to be changed (indicated by a flashing letter). Available parameter options are shown in Fig. 4.7 below. L Not applicable Not applicable Operator Level frame enable Operator Level math reset enable POOOO Parameter Setting 6 0000 Parameter Setting Note. For custom settings contact the local distributor. Continued on page 26. Max./Min. x x X x Average x x x X Volume x X x x Max/Min./Average x Fig. 4.7 Operator Level Maths Reset Enable 25

****** Page 28 ****** …4 CONFIGURATION MODE 4.3.4 Digital Input and Serial Communications Fig. 4.8 and 4.9 p ü;J/JC/ S IJPOO LEUELH ‘PAST’ Settings The first character (P, R, S or T) identifies the parameter to be changed. The current setting is indicated by a flashing letter. Parameter options are shown in Fig. 4.8. 5 Digital input function Analog input filter Serial communications configuration Serial communications parity Note. For custom settings contact the local distributor. Continued on page 28. Lock Unlock 1 Average Max/Min Reset 2 Front Panel Lock out Acknowledge 3 Alarm Acknowledge Note. Digital input options 1 , 2 and 3 are edge-triggered to enable the front panel keys to change the function when the digital input is operational. Fig. 4.8 Digital Functions 26

****** Page 29 ****** 4 CONFIGURATION MODE… …4.3.4 Digital Input and Serial Communications Fig. 4.8 and 4.9 P Digital Input Function p 0000 R — Analog Input Filter 0000 Display Display o 2 5 Display o 1 2 4 None Average, Max/Min Reset Front Lockout Aarm Acknowledge S – Serial Communication Configuration Baud Rate, 2/4 Wire Off 2400, 2 Wire 2400, 4 Wire 9600, 2 Wire 9600, 4 Wire o 2 5 A B c D O seconds second 2 seconds 5 seconds 0 seconds 20 seconds 40 seconds 60 seconds T Serial Communication ooo Parity Display o 2 None Even Note. Settings for options P, S and T are available only if the appropriate option board is fitted. Fig. 4.9 Digital Functions and Serial Communications Configuration

****** Page 30 ****** …4 CONFIGURATION MODE… 4.4 Ranges and Passwords (Level 4) L EU.ELY r E & HI uncon 28 Level 4 Note. To select this frame from anywhere in this level, press the key for a few seconds. Engineering (Display) Range High Value (100.0 metres) [-9999 to 999991 Low Value (0.0 metres) [-9999 to 999991 Retransmission Range Defines the engineering range to be retransmitted. High (20mA output) [-9999 to 99999 (in engineering units)] Low (4mA output) [-9999 to 99999 (in engineering units)]. Continued on next page…

****** Page 31 ****** 4 CONFIGURATION MODE …4.4 Ranges and Passwords (Level 4) U.üLCffl 5 -pB55 c -pB55 Rd d r. Volume Constant — Fig. 4.10 This constant can be used to calculate the volume of liquid in a tank from the measured level [0.0 to 9999.9] Set Up Password The password enables access to the set up level (Level 2). [O to 9999] Default/factory set = O Configuration Password The password enables access to the configuration levels (Levels 3 and 4). The Configuration password overides the setup password 10 to 99991 Default/factory set O Modbus Address This frame sets the Modbus address. 11 to 991 •1 Available only if the appropriate option board is fitted. cube: Volume = axbxL Volume Constant ax b b d Fig. 4.10 Volume Constant Calculations Cylinder: Volume = Volume Constant X (d/2)2 29

****** Page 32 ****** 5 INSTALLATION EC Directive 89/336/EEC In order to meet the requirements of the EC Directive 89/336/EEC for EMC regulations, this product must not be used in a non-industrial environment. End of Life Disposal This instrument does not contain any substance that will cause undue harm to the environment. It can therefore be safely considered as normal waste and disposed of accordingly. Cleaning Clean the front panel only, using warm water and a mild detergent. 30

****** Page 33 ****** 5.1 5 – Fig. 5.1 Siting the System Notes. • Sensor cable runs over long distances can pick up transients which could impair operation of the I-1 60. Transient protection within the L 160 Level System gives protection against induced voltage transients of up to 2kV. • In high humidity environments, condensation must be prevented from entering any sensor vent (breather) tubes. Structural support Cable restraint Borehole Sensor INSTALLATION… DATUM L160 888888 Cable Warning. In extreme/ hazardous conditions, exposed areas with long cable runs and instances of large electrical surges, use commercial high level transient protection. Fig. 5.1 System Installation 31

****** Page 34 ****** …5 INSTALLATION Siting the Instrment Figs. 5.2 and 5.3 5.2 32 Close to Sensor At Eye Level Avoid Vibration Minimum Sensor aaoa aaoa Fig. 5.2 Siting the Instrument General Requirements

****** Page 35 ****** 5 INSTALLATION… …5.2 Siting the Instrument — Figs. 5.2 and 5.3 Temperature Limits Humidity Limits o -A moc Max. Environmental Limits ÜÜÜÜ IP66 -1 ooc Min. O to 900/0 RH NEMA4X Use Screened Cable O aaaa Warning. Select a location away from strong electrical and magnetic fields. If this is not possible, particularly in applications where mobile communications equipment is expected to be used, screened cables within earthed metal conduit must be used. Fig. 5.3 Environmental Requirements 33

****** Page 36 ****** …5 INSTALLATION 5.3 Mounting the Instrument Figs. 5.4 and 5.5 The instrument is designed for wall-mounting or pipe-mounting (see Fig. 5.5). The pipe-mounting kit (part no. 4600/0138) is suitable for both vertical and horizontal pipes. Overall dimensions are shown in Fig. 5.4. Dimensions in mm (in.) 250 (9.84) Fixi Holes (xgm.5 (025) Dia 161.5 (63) fixing Centers 42 68 (2.68) 214 (8.49) Cable Bends 61123/8 ) 0.1), Pipe 292 (9.19) Vertical Pipe shown for example only Fig. 5.4 Overall Dimensions

****** Page 37 ****** …5.3 5 INSTALLATION… Mounting the Instrument Figs. 5.4 and 5.5 Drill suitable holes Wall-mounting O Mark fixing centers (see Fig. 5.3) O Fix instrument to wall using suitable fixings Position ‘U’ bolts on pipe Position plates over ‘U’ bolts 2 Pipe-mounting 3 Secure plates 4 Secure transmitter to mounting plate Fig. 5.5 Mounting Details 35

****** Page 38 ****** …5 INSTALLATION 5.4 Electrical Connections Fig. 5.6 -A Warning. • The instrument is not fitted with a switch therefore a disconnecting device such as a switch or circuit breaker conforming to local safety standards must be fitted to the final installation. It must be mounted in close proximity to the instrument within easy reach of the operator and must be marked clearly as the disconnection device for the instrument • Remove all power from supply, relay and any powered control circuits and high common mode voltages before accessing or making any connections. • Use cable appropriate for the load currents. The terminals accept cables up to 14AWG (2.5mm2). • The instrument conforms to Mains Power Input Insulation Category 2, Pollution Degree 2 (EN601010-1). • All connections to secondary circuits must have basic insulation. After installation, there must be no access to live parts, e.g. terminals • Terminals for external circuits are for use only with equipment with no accessible live parts. • If the instrument is used in a manner not specified by the Company, the protection provided by the equipment may be impaired. • All equipment connected to the instrument’s terminals must comply with local safety standards (IEC 60950, EN601010=1). Note. • Always route signal leads and power cables separately, preferably in earthed (grounded) metal conduit. • It is strongly recommended that screened cable is used for signal inputs and relay connections. 36

****** Page 39 ****** 5 INSTALLATION… Warning. Connect earth 85 to 265V AC Mains Supply 2 or 24V DC Supply 2 (ground) wire and sensor screens to chassis earth stud. Relay 3 Power Connections Relay 1 WO c WC WO 8 9 10 c c WC RX- RX+ 11 12 14 4 15 o z 14 16 1 N/O C WC Relay 2 19 20 21 22 Logic output Analog output -3vs 24 Isig +3v CLU) g 2 2 —3VS Logic Input Isig 21 +3v 22 23 3 4 P871/P881 Sensor P&51/P861 Sensor Sensor Connections Make connections via glands I , 2 and g Sealed gland (4) — do not use Fig. 5.6 Electrical Connections

****** Page 40 ****** …5 INSTALLATION 5.5 Relays, Arc Suppression, Outputs and Input 5.5.1 Relay Contact Ratings 1 15/230V AC at 5A (non-inductive) 250V DC 25W max. 5.5.2 Arc Suppression Arc suppression components are fitted to relays 2 and 3 only. If relay 1 is required to switch inductive loads, fit the arc suppression components supplied. 5.5.3 Logic Output 1 8V DC at 20mA Minimum load 900Q Isolation 500V from input (not isolated from retransmission output) 5.5.4 Retransmission Analog Output Maximum load 15V (750Q at 20mA) Isolation 500V from input (not isolated from logic output). 5.5.5 Logic Input Type: Volt-free Minimum pulse: 250ms 38

****** Page 41 ****** SPECIFICATION Operation Display High-intensity 7-segment, 1 x 5-digit LED display Three alarm LED indicators Display range Display resolution Display height Configuration -9999 to +99999 digit 14mm (0.56 in.) User-defined via front panel Standard Functions Alarms Number Types Three user-defined High/Low process High/Low latch Fast/Slow rate Alarm hysteresis O to 100% of range Math functions Maximum and minimum value detection Average level SG correction Tank volume calculation 20-breakpoint custom linearizer (factory configured) 39

****** Page 42 ****** .SPECIFICATION Analog Inputs Input type 1 to 10 mA, 4 to 20 mA or customize via PC Configurator Input sampling rate 250ms Accuracy Indicator Output 0.2% of reading of span Sensor power supply 24V, 30mA max. (powers one 2-wire transmitter) ± 3Vj 15mA (power for P851/P861 *Option board Outputs — Standard Build Retransmission Analog, configurable in the range 4 to 20mA Max. load Isolation Logic output 15V (7500 at 20mA) 500V DC from sensor input (not isolated from logic output) 18V DC at 20mA Min. load Isolation Relay output 400Q 5()()V from sensor input (not isolated from retransmission output) One relay as standard (SPDT) 5A at 1 15/230V AC. assignable to alarms 40

****** Page 43 ****** SPECIFICATION… Options One build can be selected from: Type 01 Type 02 Type 03 Type 04 Relay output Two relays + retransmission + logic output + digital input (Standard Build) Three relays + retransmission + logic output + digital input Two relays + retransmission + logic output + digital input + Modbus Two relays + logic output + retransmission + P851/P861 power supply SPDT 5A at 115/230V AC Assignable to alarms Digital input Type Minimum pulse Volt-free 250ms Modbus serial communications Connections RS422/RS485, 2- or 4-wire speed Protocol Electrical 2.4k or 9.6k baud rate Modbus RTU slave Voltage (supply) 85 to 265V AC 50/60Hz 24V DC optional Power consumption < 6VA (85 to 265V AC) < 5W (24V DC) Power interruption protection <60ms/60ms/>3 cycles, instrument returns to operation after a controlled reset 41

****** Page 44 ****** .SPECIFICATION Physical Size 160mm wide x 250mm high x 68mm (6.3 in. wide x 9.84 in. high x 2.68 in.) Weight 2kg (4.51b) Environmental Operating limits to 5500 (14 to 1310B) 5 to 95% RH non-condensing Temperature stability <().()2% of reading or 2NV/0C (I pV/0F) Front face IP66 (NEMA ax) EMC Emissions Meets requirements of EN50081-2 Immunity Meets requirements of EN50082-2 Design and manufacturing standards CE mark Electrical safety EN61010-1 SS/Li60 Issue 3 42 ****** Page 45 ****** Customer Support We provide a comprehensive after sales service via our Worldwide Service Organization. Contact one of the following offices for details of your nearest Service and Repair Centre. United Kingdom ABB Limited Tel: +44 (0)1480 475321 Fax: +44 (0)1480 217948 United States of America ABB Inc. Tel: +1 215 674 6000 Fax: +1 215 674 7183 Client Warranty Prior to installation, the equipment referred to in this manual must be stored in a clean, dry environment, in accordance with the Company's published specification. Periodic checks must be made on the equipment's condition. In the event of a failure under warranty, the following documentation must be provided as substantiation: I. A listing evidencing process operation and alarm logs at time of failure. 2. Copies of operating and maintenance records relating to the alleged faulty unit. CUSTOMER SETUP LOG LEI-I.EL CodE Instrument Serial Number: Product Code: L 1 6 0 / LEU.EL? B /HYS& Bexx RPI-IYS& 83 x x B3HYS& R x xxx H x xxx L x xxx SPGrBU. ORdJ ****** Page 46 ****** LEUEL3 /P.CO CUSTOMER CONFIGURATION LOG LEI-I.ELH HI HI U.ÜL C S-PBSS C-PBSS Rddr. ABB has &lles & Custorner Support in over 00 countries worldwide abb.com ABB Limited Howard Road, St. Neots Cambridegshire Tel; +44 475321 Fax:+44 (0M 217948 The Ccyrnpany's policy is one Of continuous prejduc:t improvement and the right is reserved to modify the information contained herein without notice. Printed in UK (03.06) O ABB 2006 8 ABB Inc. 125 E, County Line Road Warminster PA 18974 USA Tel; 215 674 674


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