Emerson Tank Contents Transmitter MAS 2600 Installation Manual

Installation & User Manual
Ed 19UK
June 2013
MAS2600
Tank Contents Transmitter
Installation & User Manual
Ed 19UK
June 2013
Table of contents
Description and Operation ............................................................................................. 3
MAS2600 Tank Contents Transmitter ..............................................................................................3
Application.........................................................................................................................................3
Intrinsically Safe in Hazardous Areas ...............................................................................................3
Type Approvals .................................................................................................................................3
Technical Specifications ................................................................................................ 4
MAS2600 Ordering Information ................................................................................. 5
Type ...................................................................................................................................................6
Measuring Ranges .............................................................................................................................6
Selecting the Measuring Range .....................................................................................................7
Selecting the Transducer Type ......................................................................................................7
Absolute Transducers ....................................................................................................................8
Basic Rules ....................................................................................................................................8
Forepeak Tank ...............................................................................................................................8
Draft ...............................................................................................................................................9
Temperature Sensor ...........................................................................................................................9
Cable ..................................................................................................................................................9
Brackets for Internal Mounting - drawing no. G022P010 ......................................................... 10
Pole Mounting - drawing no. G022P011 ................................................................................... 10
1” Pipe End Mounting - drawing no. G022P015 ....................................................................... 11
Flange Mounting - drawing no. G022P013................................................................................ 11
Flexible rubber tube mounting 80 .............................................................................................. 12
Flexible PTFE tube mounting .................................................................................................... 12
DN25 flange with 1” ball valve – drawing no. G022P019 ........................................................ 13
Amplifier Box ................................................................................................................................. 14
Deck Box 165B9035 .................................................................................................... 15
Handling ....................................................................................................................... 16
Installation .................................................................................................................... 17
Intrinsically Safe Installation ....................................................................................... 19
Testing and Recalibrating ............................................................................................ 22
Testing............................................................................................................................................. 22
Recalibrating Gauge Transmitter using Test Cup type G022S100................................................ 22
Recalibrating Gauge Transmitter using Vacuum (for gauge transmitters only)............................ 23
Recalibrating the Absolute Transmitter using Test Cup type G022S100...................................... 24
Maintenance and Trouble Shooting ............................................................................. 26
Maintenance .................................................................................................................................... 26
Trouble Shooting ............................................................................................................................ 26
MAS2600 Test sheet ...................................................................................................................... 27
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Description and Operation
MAS2600 Tank Contents Transmitter
The MAS2600 is a 2-wire 4-20 mA level
transmitter consisting of a transducer and an
amplifier interconnected by a 6-core vented
cable.
Transducer:
The transducer is a pressure sensitive silicon
micro strain gauge sensor mounted in a glass
to metal seal. The sensor is protected by an
isolation diaphragm, electron beam welded
to the transducer housing, with an oil filling
between the sensor and the diaphragm.
Pressure changes on the front of the
diaphragm will bring a resistance change in
the Wheatstone bridge of the transducer.
This change in the Wheatstone bridge will
be transmitted to the amplifier as a change in
the electrical signal.
The transducer is fully welded, housed in
titanium with a titanium diaphragm.
• Differential version: For measuring of
both pressure and vacuum measuring.
The amplifier is housed in a sea water
resistant polyester casing (IP56).
Application
The MAS2600 has been developed for level
measuring in ballast, oil, service and fresh
water tanks as well as tanks containing
media which are not hostile to titanium.
Intrinsically Safe in Hazardous Areas
The MAS2600 is DEMKO approved for use
with standard transmitter zener barriers or
Ex isolation amplifiers and is Ex ia IIC T4
compliant in accordance with IEC 600790:2007 and IEC 60079-11:2006.
Type Approvals
DNV, GL, LRS, MRS, BV, RINA, KRS,
ABS.
All transducer types are submersible (IP68).
CE marked in accordance with EU directive.
The transducer is available in three versions:
• Gauge version.
• Absolute version.
• High temperature gauge version.
2600 SERIES
4-20 mA
x
EEX ia
As optional the transducer is available with a
built-in Pt100 temperature sensor.
TWO WIRE TRANSMITTER
C T5 S/N: 2600
CERTIFICATE REF.:
Lint = 20 uH
90-C.95948 Tamb.: -40 to +85 °C
Cint = 10 nF
Umax = 33 V
< 45 mA
IK =
MARINE AUTOMATION DENMARK
Amplifier:
The amplifier is available in the following
options:
• Programmable version: Calibration is
made by dip switches and potentiometers.
DMS
MAS 2600
PDCR-941-1
1.5 bar g
S/N 46374
Transducer
Amplifier box
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Technical Specifications
Output Current:
4-20 mA DC, loop powered 2-wire system.
Transducer Ranges:
Gauge: 0-3.5 / 0-7 / 0-16 / 0-35 m H2O.
Absolute:
0-20.394 / 0-35.690 m H2O.
Current Limiting:
Max:
25 mA
Programmable Measuring Ranges:
Each transducer range is programmable in 8
steps.
Sensor Materials:
Housing: Titanium Grade 2
Diaphragm: Titanium Grade 4
Accuracy:
± 0.25% F.S. at 20°C.
Stability:
Max. ± 0.1% / Year.
Operating Temperature Ranges:
Transducer:
-20 to +125°C
Standard cable:
-20 to + 80°C
High temperature cable:
-20 to +125°C
Amplifier:
-40 to + 85°C
TEB (Total Error Band):
± 2.0% F.S. at -20 to +80°C.
EMC immunity influence < ±0.5%FS
Protection Class:
Transducer:
Amplifier:
Overload Capability:
Min. 4 x transducer range with no changes in
calibration.
6 x transducer range burst pressure.
Intrinsic Safety:
Ex ia IIC T4 compliant.
Max. 75 m cable between transducer and
transmitter amplifier.
Built-in Temperature Sensor Pt100:
Optional.
Transmitter dimensions
Amplifier box:
110.0
55.0
98.0
2600 SERIES
x
EEX
ia
C T5
S/N:
CERTIFICATE REF.: 90-C.95948 Tamb.:
Lint = 20 uH
Cint = 10 nF
Umax = 33 V
2600
-40 to +85 °C
4 pcs. ø4.5
45.0
4-20 mA TWO WIRE TRANSMITTER
75.0
Power Supply:
The Power Supply can vary from 17-33
VDC. Permissible load resistance is shown
graphically below. Calculation formula:
IP 68
IP 56
< 45 mA
I K=
MARINE AUTOMATION DENMARK
Rloop max. (Kohm) =
ULoop - 17V
25mA
PG11
cable gland
1/8" NPT
vent fitting
Transducer:
3.0
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6-core vented cable, ø8.0
25.0
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
30.0
Load resistance (ohm)
Max. load resistance
at various power supply
Use 4x20mm bolts and nuts
for suspension on a 4mm
thick surface
120.0
17
20
23
26
29
Power supply (V)
32
Front view
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MAS2600 Ordering Information
Type
A
absolute transducer
G
gauge transducer
H
high temperature gauge transducer
Transducer Ranges
1 3,5 mH2O gauge or high temp.
2 7,0 mH2O gauge or high temp.
3 16,0 mH2O gauge or high temp.
4 35,0 mH2O gauge or 0,8 – 3,5 bar absolute
7 0,8 – 2,0 bar absolute
Temperature Sensor
0 without
1 Built-in Pt100 (Not available for IS installations )
Cable Max. 300 meters – max 75 meters for IS installations
XX XLPE standard cable length in meters (up to 80°C).
XX FEP high temperature cable length in meters (up to 125°C) (Not IS inst).
Mounting
0
without fittings
1
brackets for internal mounting
2
pole mounting
3
1" pipe end mounting
4
flange mounting DN 25
5
flange mounting DN 40
6
flange mounting DN 50
9
flexible rubber tube mounting – 80 ºC (add length in meters)
P
flexible PTFE tube mounting – 125 ºC (add length in meters) (Not IS inst)
V
DN25 flange / 1” ball valve
A-M
replacement
Amplifier Box
0 not supplied
1 standard box with PG 11 / PG 11
2 standard box with PG 11 / PG 13,5
3 standard box with PG 11 / PG 16
5
6
7
8
X
X
X - XX -
X
standard box with PG 13,5 / PG 13,5
standard box with PG 11 / PG 11 – filling hole
standard box with PG 11 / PG 13,5 – filling hole
standard box with PG 11 / PG 16 – filling hole
Amplifier PCB
0
not supplied
without terminals for temperature sensors:
P
programmable output range gauge
D
differential output range gauge
with terminals for temperature sensors:
S
programmable output range gauge
M differential output range gauge
/ X X
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Type
MAS2600-XXX-XX-X/XX
A: Absolute Transducer. The absolute transducer has no breather pipe, because it refers to
absolute vacuum. An atmospheric pressure sensor is used to compensate for the atmospheric
pressure. The absolute transducer is especially suitable for open deck applications, where the
amplifier box may be exposed to flooding.
G: Gauge Transducer. The gauge transducer is fitted with a breather pipe at the back of the
diaphragm to compensate for the atmospheric pressure. The breather pipe is connected to a
vent plug in the amplifier box. The gauge transducer is suitable for most applications.
H: High Temperature Transducer. The high temperature transducer is available in gauge version
only. The transducer is mounted with a special high temperature cable and designed for
heated tanks e.g. HFO tanks, and other applications with high tank media temperatures. The
transducer can be flange mounted or internally mounted.
Measuring Ranges
MAS2600-XXX-XX-X/XX
Gauge Transmitter:
The MAS2600 Gauge Transmitter is supplied in 4 ranges. In the programmable amplifier the
measuring range is divided into 8 sub-ranges and operated by means of the range select switch.
The transmitter output signal can be adjusted to 20 mA within the following sub-ranges.
Transducer type
Range No.
Type 1:
0 – 3.5 mH2O
Type 2:
0 – 7.0 mH2O
Type 3:
0 – 16.0 mH2O
Type 4:
0 – 35.0 mH2O
1
0.20 – 0.37 mH2O
0.20 – 0.30 mH2O
0.50 – 0.75 mH2O
1.00 – 1.90 mH2O
2
0.37 – 0.54 mH2O
0.30 – 0.50 mH2O
0.75 – 1.00 mH2O
1.90 – 2.80 mH2O
3
0.54 – 0.73 mH2O
0.50 – 0.70 mH2O
1.00 – 1.50 mH2O
2.80 – 3.90 mH2O
4
0.73 – 1.10 mH2O
0.70 – 1.10 mH2O
1.50 – 2.50 mH2O
3.90 – 5.80 mH2O
5
1.10 – 1.92 mH2O
1.10 – 1.80 mH2O
2.50 – 4.00mH2O
5.80 – 9.90 mH2O
6
1.92 – 3.10 mH2O
1.80 – 3.00 mH2O
4.00 – 6.00 mH2O
9.90 – 15.30 mH2O
7
3.10 – 3.50 mH2O
3.00 – 4.80 mH2O
6.00 – 10.00 mH2O
15.30 – 25.10 mH2O
8
NOT
APPLICABLE
4.80 – 7.10 mH2O
10.00 – 16.00 mH2O 25.10 – 35.60 mH2O
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Absolute Transmitter:
The MAS2600 Absolute Transmitter is available in two ranges.
The output signals are calibrated as follows:
Transducer type 4
Transducer type 7
: 0.8 - 3.5 bar abs
: 0.8 - 2.0 bar abs
Selecting the Measuring Range:
When selecting the measuring range it is important to consider the tank height, vent pipe height,
the tank type and the specific gravity (SG) of the tank contents.
The transducer measures the height of the fluid (water gauge) from the transducer diaphragm to
the surface of the fluid, including the fluid in the vent pipe.
MAS 2600 Amplifier box
2600 SERIES
4-20 mA TWO WIRE TRANSMITTER
x
EEX ia CT5 S/N: 2600
CERTIFICATE REF.: 90-C.95948 Tamb.: -40 to +85 °C
Lint = 20 uH
Cint = 10 nF
Umax = 33 V
< 45 mA
IK=
MARINE AUTOMATION DENMARK
Vent pipe height
Tankheight
Flange mounted
G022P013
Sensor pos. above
lowest point
To ensure measuring accuracy a transducer type within the range no. 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 is
recommended.
Guidelines for selection of transducer measuring ranges are set out in the following.
Selecting the Transducer Type:
Gauge and High Temperature Gauge Transducers:
The Gauge Transmitter is normally used on dry and pressure neutral locations.
The Gauge Transmitter is available in 4 ranges:
0-3.5
0-7.0
0-16.0
0-35.0
mH2O.
mH2O.
mH2O.
mH2O.
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Absolute Transducers:
The Absolute Transmitter is typically used if the amplifier is exposed to water, e.g. on open deck.
The Absolute Transmitter is available in 2 ranges: 0-20 and 0-35 mH2O. In practice this means 10
mH2O less than the nominal range because of the atmospheric pressure which must be taken into
consideration when choosing the transducer.
A transducer with an effective range larger than the tank height should be selected.
Basic Rules:
1. The selected measuring range must be larger than the tank height.
2. The selected measuring range must be larger than
EXAMPLE:
tank height + vent pipe height
2
Tank height
= 6m
Vent pipe height = 14 m
1. The selected measuring range must be larger than 6 m due to the height of the tank.
6 + 14
2. The selected measuring range must be larger than
= 10 m due to the total height of the
2
tank and the vent pipe combined.
Select a transducer with a measuring range of 16 mH2O as this is the next measuring range larger
than 10 m.
Turn the range select switch on the amplifier to range No. 7.
Normally the selection of transducer, range select and calibration are done by DAMCOS.
Special consideration applies to e.g. forepeak tanks and draft measuring when selecting the
measuring range of the transducer.
Forepeak Tank:
Transducer measuring range > tank height: Select the next measuring range.
EXAMPLE: Tank height 12 m.
Based on the tank height a transducer with a measuring range of 16 mH2O should be selected.
However, due to the dynamic conditions in the forepeak tank, a transducer with a measuring
range of 35 mH2O, i.e. the next in line, should be selected.
Turn amplifier range select switch to range No. 6.
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Draft:
Vent pipe min. 1”
MAS2600 amplifier box
2600 SERIES
4-20 mA TWO WIRE TRANSMITTER
x
CT5 S/N: 2600
EEX ia
CERTIFICATE REF.: 90-C.95948 Tamb.: -40 to +85 °C
Lint = 20 uH
Weather deck
Cint = 10 nF
Umax = 33 V
< 45 mA
IK=
MARINE AUTOMATION DENMARK
Min. draft
Sensor pos. above
Ships hull
Class approved
Sea valve
Ships hull
Transducer measuring range > max. draft minus sensor position.
This rule applies provided the transducer is mounted in accordance with the installation drawing
for draft transmitters (vent pipe min. 1"). The sensor may be mounted direct on the sea valve with
an air release valve if the ship is sailing in calm waters.
If the transducer is installed in tanks which may have excessive dynamic stresses such as e.g.
high pump pressure, long bottomed tanks with a risk of slashing etc., contact Emerson Process
Management Marine Solutions, Damcos.
Temperature Sensor MAS2600-XXX-XX-X/XX
The transducer can be supplied with a built-in Pt100 temperature sensor. The temperature sensor
will only give a proper reading, if the transducer is an internally mounted type.
0:
1:
Without temperature sensor.
With temperature sensor
Cable MAS2600-XXX-XX-X/XX
Two types of transducer cable is available. The standard cable for applications with temperatures
never exceeding 80°C, and high temperature cable for applications with temperatures up to
125°C. The transducer cable is delivered in whole meters.
For further information require data sheet.
To make the MAS2600 transmitter easy to install, and for later service purposes, the transducer
cable should be as short as possible, though considering the position of the transducer and
amplifier box.
Max. cable length: 300 m.
When installing in hazardous areas max. cable length: 75 m.
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Brackets for Internal Mounting - drawing no. G022P010:
2600 SERIES
4-20 mA TWO WIRE TRANSMITTER
x
EEX ia CT5 S/N: 2600
CERTIFICATE REF.: 90-C.95948 Tamb.: -40 to +85 °C
Lint = 20 uH
Cint = 10 nF
Umax = 33 V
< 45 mA
IK=
MARINE AUTOMATION DENMARK
40.0
55.0
38.0
Tank top
Bulkhead
125.0
45.0
160.0
Tank bottom
The brackets are U-shaped and manufactured of 2 mm SS 316L plated steel. Diameter of
mounting holes: 11.5 mm.
The transducer is secured by means of a spring fitted into two holes in the “U” shape, and can be
mounted/dismounted without the use of tools.
When installing in hazardous areas the cable must be protected by a steel pipe welded to the tank.
Pole Mounting - drawing no. G022P011:
2600 SERIES
4-20 mA TWO WIRE TRANSMITTER
x
EEX ia CT5 S/N: 2600
CERTIFICATE REF.: 90-C.95948 Tamb.: -40 to +85 °C
Lint = 20 uH
Cint = 10 nF
Umax = 33 V
< 45 mA
IK=
MARINE AUTOMATION DENMARK
Tank top
24.0
40.0
41.0
26.0
34.0
Tank bottom
26.0
Bulkhead
1" Thread
The weldable collar and the nut are manufactured of SS 316L steel. The gaskets are made of
nitrile rubber.
Note: Max torque 20 Nm (slightly tighten by the hand + 1/8-1/4 turn). Remember the gasket.
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1” Pipe End Mounting - drawing no. G022P015:
2600 SERIES
4-20 mA TWO WIRE TRANSMITTER
x
CT5 S/N: 2600
EEX ia
CERTIFICATE REF.: 90-C.95948 Tamb.:
Lint = 20 uH
Cint = 10 nF
Umax = 33 V
-40 to +85 °C
< 45 mA
IK=
MARINE AUTOMATION DENMARK
80,0
55,0
24.0
25,0
41,0
26,0
26,0
34.0
Tank top
Bulkhead
Tank bottom
The thread collar and the nut are manufactured of SS 316L steel. The gaskets are made of nitrile
rubber.
Note: Max torque 20 Nm (slightly tighten by the hand + 1/8-1/4 turn). Remember the gasket.
Flange Mounting - drawing no. G022P013:
b
2600 SERIES
4-20 mA TWO WIRE TRANSMITTER
x
CT5 S/N: 2600
EEX ia
CERTIFICATE REF.: 90-C.95948 Tamb.: -40 to +85 °C
Lint = 20 uH
Cint = 10 nF Umax = 33 V
< 45 mA
IK=
d
MARINE AUTOMATION DENMARK
k
19,5
D
Tank top
Bulkhead
Tank bottom
The standard transducer is supplied with DN25, DN40 or DN50 PN16 DIN2527 flange
manufactured in AISI 316L steel.
DN
25
40
50
D
Mm
115
150
165
Flange
B
mm
16
16
18
K
Mm
85
110
125
No. of
bolts
4
4
4
Bolts
thread
dia.
M12
M16
M16
d
mm
14
18
18
Note: Max torque 20 Nm (slightly tighten by the hand + 1/8-1/4 turn). Remember the gasket.
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Flexible rubber tube mounting 80 ºC - drawing no. G022P001:
2600 SERIES
4-20 mA TWO WIRE TRANSMITTER
x
EEX ia CT5 S/N: 2600
CERTIFICATE REF.: 90-C.95948 Tamb.: -40 to +85 °C
Lint = 20 uH
Cint = 10 nF
Umax = 33 V
< 45 mA
IK=
MARINE AUTOMATION DENMARK
Tank top
H
Bulkhead
Tank bottom
A top flange made of SS 316L connected to rubber tube by a tightening clip using a special tool.
The opposite hose end covers the transducer body and is fixed by a tightening clip.
NB: When ordering this mounting type always specify length for the measurement of H
cf. above drawing.
Flexible PTFE tube mounting 125ºC - drawing no. G022P021:
2600 SERIES
4-20 mA TWO WIRE TRANSMITTER
x
EEX ia CT5 S/N: 2600
CERTIFICATE REF.: 90-C.95948 Tamb.: -40 to +85 °C
Lint = 20 uH
Cint = 10 nF
Umax = 33 V
IK <
= 45 mA
MARINE AUTOMATION DENMARK
Tank top
H
Bulkhead
Tank bottom
A top flange made of SS 316L connected to a Stainless Steel braided PTFE tube by fittings fixed
to the tube by using special tools. A fitting in the opposite tube end is fixed to the transducer by
means of nut and ferrules. Min. hose bending radius 130 mm.
NB: This mounting type cannot be used in hazardous area.
When ordering this mounting type always specify length for the measurement of H
cf. above drawing.
Note: This mounting type can only be assembled by Emerson Process Management Marine
Solutions, Damcos because it requires special tools. The customer can exchange the MAS2600
transmitter by ordering a G022B085 and a G022B082 together with the new MAS2600
transducer. It must clearly be specified that it is a replacement for an MAS2600 HXX-XX-P/XX.
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DN25 flange with 1” ball valve – drawing no. G022P019:
2600 SERIES
4-20 mA TWO WIRE TRANSMITTER
x
CT5 S/N: 2600
EEX ia
CERTIFICATE REF.: 90-C.95948 Tamb.: -40 to +85 °C
Lint = 20 uH
Cint = 10 nF Umax = 33 V
IK<
= 45 mA
MARINE AUTOMATION DENMARK
Tank top
Bulkhead
Tank bottom
Flange, valve and nut are manufactured of SS 316L steel. The gaskets are made of nitrile rubber.
Note: Max torque 20 Nm (slightly tighten by the hand + 1/8-1/4 turn). Remember the gasket.
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Amplifier Box
MAS2600-XXX-XX-X/XX
The MAS2600 amplifier box is manufactured in polyester, which has the strength and stability of
aluminium, insulation and resistance properties of plastics. Colour code RAL 7000.
The amplifier box is protected to the level of IP 56 and must be mounted outside the tank, e.g. in
the engine room or other dry areas.
The amplifier box is available with a PG9 hole for silicone gel filling to protect the amplifier
from moisture.
When the amplifier box is mounted on open deck with the risk of being drenched it is
recommended to mount the amplifier box inside the deck box 165B9035. To further reduce the
exposure of water place the amplifier box to the centre of the vessel.
0: Without amplifier box.
1: Standard box with PG 11/PG 11 cable glands. For cable diameter 5 -10 mm.
2: Standard box with PG 11/PG 13.5 cable glands. For cable diameter 6-12 mm.
3: Standard box with PG 11/PG 16 cable glands. For cable diameter 10-14 mm.
5: Standard box with PG 13.5/PG 13.5 cable glands. For cable diameter 6-12 mm.
6: Standard box with PG 11/PG 11 cable glands and filling hole. For cable diameter 5 -10 mm.
7: Standard box with PG 11/PG 13.5 cable glands and filling hole. For cable diameter 6-12 mm.
8: Standard box with PG 11/PG 16 cable glands and filling hole. For cable diameter 10-14 mm.
110.0
55.0
98.0
EEX
ia
C T5
S/N:
CERTIFICATE REF.: 90-C.95948 Tamb.:
Lint = 20 uH
Cint = 10 nF
Umax = 33 V
2600
-40 to +85 °C
4 pcs. ø4.5
75.0
x
< 45 mA
I K=
MARINE AUTOMATION DENMARK
PG11
cable gland
1/8" NPT
vent fitting
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Use 4x20mm bolts and nuts
for suspension on a 4mm
thick surface
45.0
2600 SERIES
4-20 mA TWO WIRE TRANSMITTER
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Amplifier PCB
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MAS2600-XXX-XX-X/XX
The PCB is available in different types for the different transducers, with or without terminals for
Pt100 temperature sensor.
0:
Without amplifier PCB.
P or S: Programmable output range. The amplifier can be calibrated to 4-20 mA output in
whatever range wanted within the transducer range. Calibration is made by means of dip
switches and potentiometers.
D or M: Differential output range. The output can be adjusted to 12 mA output with no pressure
applied. With pressure or vacuum, the output goes against 20 mA and 4 mA
respectively. Full-scale and zero point calibration by means of software, e.g. tank
monitoring software.
• The types S and M are with terminals for temperature sensors.
• The types P and D are without terminals for temperature sensors.
Programmable Range (Type P and S)
Deck Box 165B9035
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Handling
The MAS2600 transducer is a highly sensitive electronic piece of equipment and proper handling
is most important.
To avoid damaging the transducers:
• NEVER lift by the cable if transducer is mounted with fittings.
• NEVER remove the protection cap in front of the diaphragm before installation.
• NEVER knock the transducer.
• NEVER apply pressure to the diaphragm in any way whatsoever, whether using fingers, tools
or sharp objects.
• NEVER use sharp objects when cleaning the diaphragm.
• NEVER submerge the cable so that the breather tube is under water.
• NEVER bend the cable in a radius of less than 90 mm.
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Installation
Prior to installation please check that:
• the serial numbers on the transducer, amplifier and lid of amplifier box agree. The serial
numbers are to be found on the inside of the lid of the amplifier box on the bottom line amplifier S/N and transducer S/N on the range label.
• the transducer is fitted in the correct tank.
• the transducer is correctly connected to the amplifier.
NOTE: The white and brown wires in the transducer cable are only used when a Pt100 sensor
is built into the transducer.
• all cable glands are properly secured to the amplifier box. Use torque of 6 Nm.
• the amplifier box is mounted in such a way that the breather tube cannot be flooded.
• the cable is fastened with cable clips with a distance of max. 50 cm.
• the cable isolation is not damaged (cracks, weld spatter, burns etc.).
• shut-off valves can be either ball valves or other valves not generating over pressure exceeding
4 x the transducer range between valve seat and transducer when the valve is closed.
As for flange mounted applications it is recommended that a ball valve is fitted in the front of the
transducer to facilitate testing and calibrating of the transmitter.
Using a shielded cable to the 4-20 mA signal, the shield should not be connected in the amplifier
box but the earth terminal of the instrument. Using a shielded cable ensures maximum protection
against electric noise.
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If the amplifier box is installed in an area with over pressure or negative pressure in relation to
the atmospheric pressure in the tank, the breather tube must be directed to an area with
atmospheric pressure equalling the pressure inside the tank. This applies to gauge transmitters
only. For absolute transmitters this has no affect, due to the reference to absolute vacuum and not
atmospheric pressure. This is also the reason why no breather tube is necessary.
Be sure that the cable glands are tight. Use a torque of 6 Nm.
Shield bracket
Do not fasten to tight
Transducer cable
Breather tube
1/8” NPT fitting
for breather tube
Terminal block for Pt100
element
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Breather hose
4-20 mA signal cable
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Intrinsically Safe Installation
The MAS2600 is designed for use in an approved intrinsically safe installation. The amplifier is
fitted with a label describing the IS category:
S/N: XXXXXX-YYYY
DEMKO 11 ATEX 146506X IECEx ULD 10.0013X
Ui: 29V Ii: 93 mA Li: 20µH Ci: 60 nF Pi: 0.68 W
II 2(1) G Ex ia IIC T4
Tamb.: -20 to +80 °C
Damcos A/S, Aaderupvej 41,DK-4700, Naestved
Where
S/N
:
serial number – production year.
:
Ex identification according to guideline 94/9/EC (ATEX).
II
:
other aria than mines.
2(1)
:
sensor mounted in zone 0 and amplifier in zone 1
Ex ia :
denotes the type of protection intrinsic safety , i.e. the system is incapable of causing
ignition in normal operation or with any combination of up to two faults applied. This
category will be adequate for use in zone 0, 1 and 2.
IIC
:
denotes the group of gases.
T4
:
denotes the maximum surface temperature classification specified (T4: 135 °C).
Tamb : denotes the minimum and maximum ambient temperature for the amplifier box
permitted by the certificate.
DEMKO 11 ATEX 146506X:
The ATEX Certificate No 146506 is issued by DEMKO 201 with remarks.
Inmetro:
Inmetro Certificate No. UL BR 12.0116X issued by UL do Brazil
Relevant intrinsic safety certificates to be supplied with the system units.
The certification of electric apparatus as intrinsically safe requires the apparatus to be designed
and tested in accordance with approved drawings and the apparatus to be installed in accordance
with approved block schematic diagrams.
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Before installing intrinsically safe units within an approved installation, it is essential to ensure
that there are no deviations from the conditions of the order or the requirements of the approved
block schematic diagram and the following related instructions:
1. No circuits other than those shown on the drawing are permitted. There must be no
interconnection to any other circuits.
2. The intrinsically safe cabling must not be connected to non-intrinsically safe circuits, through
any plug, socket or other form of electric connector containing the cable.
3. Adequate precautions must be taken to prevent danger arising from the charging of the
intrinsically safe circuit by the contact leakage or inductance from any other circuit. To
prevent static electricity do not rub cables or amplifier housing with a dry piece of cloth.
4. The intrinsically safe circuit must be adequately insulated from earth in the hazardous area
and the insulation of all cabling must be at least 500 V r.m.s.
5. The safety barrier (zener barrier) must be placed in a safe area and be mounted within a
protective enclosure with a protection degree, at least equal to IP 20.
6. The cable between the safety barrier and the amplifier should be provided with a cable shield
which is connected to earth at the zener barrier. The impedance between the safety barrier
earth rail and a secure bond to the hull must not exceed 1 ohm.
7. Safe area apparatus must not be supplied from, nor contain, a source of potential with respect
to earth under normal or abnormal conditions exceeding 250V r.m.s. or 250 V DC.
8. The inductance/resistance ratio, total inductance and total capacitance, of the cable and the
amplifier must not exceed the values stated by the manufacturer of the approved safety
barriers.
9. Prevent impacts on the sensor housing to avoid sparks. Do not mount or dismount the sensor
when there is a hazardous condition in the tank. Be sure the tank is vented and gas free.
10. Be sure that the amplifier box is dry and clean before the lid is mounted. The four screws
in the lid should be tightened fully.
11. Be sure to order and use sensor cable with the right temperature specification. Check that
the ambient temperature for the entire cable run do not exceed the max limit for the cable.
12. MAS2600 contain no repairable parts. Repairing or fixing the circuit or replacing
components may impact the intrinsic safety.
13.
The sensor cable shall remain in one piece from sensor to amplifier box.
Reference is made to manufacturer instructions of zener barriers and to the rules in force at the
time in question concerning intrinsically safe area installation.
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Hazardous area
Safe area
m3
Indication by simple gauge
or tankmonitoring computer
Amplifier box
2600 SERIES
24 VDC
Any Shunt
Anyzener
28V /diode
300R
barrier or
Ex
with safty
Uo
Shuntrepeater
zener diode
<= 28V barrier
DC andorIoEx
<=repeater
93 mA
+
-
4-20 mA TWO WIRE TRANSMITTER
x
4-20 mA
+
EEX
ia
C T5
S/N:
CERTIFICATE REF.: 90-C.95948 Tamb.:
Lint = 20 uH
Cint = 10 nF
Umax = 33 V
2600
-40 to +85 °C
< 45 mA
I K=
MARINE AUTOMATION DENMARK
certified to Ex Ia IIC.
4-20 mA
Transducer
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Testing and Recalibrating
Please observe that testing and recalibration of sensors mounted in hazardous arias shall be
carried out of Ex qualified personnel.
Testing
Before dispatch, the MAS2600 transmitter is calibrated in accordance with the requirements
specified in the order.
The transducer and the amplifier are calibrated together and must, therefore, always be used
together.
A programmable measuring range transmitter will in conditions of no pressure (empty tank) give
an output signal of 4 mA, and in conditions of maximum pressure (full tank) an output signal of
20 mA.
The transmitter should be tested by applying to the transducer a known pressure from a calibrator
and reading the equivalent milliamp signal on a milliamp meter.
The above-mentioned applies to the gauges transmitter only. For absolute transmitters the output
signal will be higher than 4 mA, because it is calibrated for 4 mA at 0.8 bar abs. The output
signal will typically be 5-7.5 mA in atmospheric pressure, depending on the transducer range and
the actual atmospheric pressure. Maximum output signal 20 mA, will be at the transducers
absolute range.
Recalibrating Gauge Transmitter using Test Cup type G022S100
When recalibrating the MAS2600 Gauge Transmitter a pressure calibrator with a range of
-1 to 3.5 bar should be used. It should have an accuracy of 0.05% FS or better, as well as a 4½
digit milliamp meter.
1.
Set the calibrator to pressure mode.
2.
Connect the pressure calibrator to the transducer via MAS2600 Test Cup, type G022S100.
3.
Check that the range select switch on the amplifier is correctly set.
4.
In conditions of no pressure (atmospheric pressure) the output signal should be adjusted to
4.00 mA on the zero potentiometer.
5.
Increase the pressure to maximum and adjust the output signal to 20.00 mA on the span
potentiometer.
6.
Remove the pressure and check the zero point
7.
Check the linearity at 0-25-50-75 and 100% of the measuring range.
8.
If necessary, repeat the steps 4 to 7.
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Recalibrating Gauge Transmitter using Vacuum (for gauge transmitters only)
An internally mounted transducer can also be recalibrated by using vacuum.
1.
Check that the tank is empty.
2.
Check that the range select switch on the amplifier is correctly set.
3.
Set the calibrator to vacuum mode.
4.
Connect the hose from the calibrator to the breather tube from the transducer cable.
5.
In conditions of no pressure the output signal should be adjusted to 4.00 mA on the zero
potentiometer.
6.
Increase the vacuum equal to the maximum height of the fluid (water gauge) and adjust the
output signal to 20.00 mA on the span potentiometer.
7.
Remove the vacuum and check the zero point.
8.
Check the linearity at 0-25-50-75 and 100% of the measuring range.
9.
If necessary, repeat the steps 5 to 8.
NOTE:
If the calibrated maximum water gauge is greater than the maximum water gauge
that can be generated by the vacuum calibrator, the proportional mA output signal
equal to the maximum vacuum signal should be calculated.
EXAMPLE: If the full-scale of the transmitter is 15 mH2O, and the maximum capacity of the
vacuum calibrator is 7.5 mH2O, the mA output signal at 7.5 mH2O is calculated as:
15 mH2O = 20 mA and 0 mH2O = 4 mA
7.5 mH2O = 4 +
(20 − 4) * 7.5
= 12 mA
15
The span potentiometer is adjusted so that the output signal shows 12 mA at 7.5 mH2O.
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Recalibrating the Absolute Transmitter using Test Cup type G022S100
When recalibrating the MAS2600 Absolute Transmitter a pressure calibrator with a range of
-1 to 3.5 bar should be used. It should have an accuracy of 0.05% FS or better, as well as a 4½
digit milliampmeter. If a calibrator without reference transmitter is used, the atmospheric pressure
must be known to calculate the correction.
Atmospheric pressure and Transducer range to be entered into the formulas as mbar.
1.
The calibrator with the output selector switch set to pressure mode is connected to the
MAS2600 transmitter via a Test Cup, type G022S100.
2.
Check the transducer range.
The transducer range is indicated on the lid inside the amplifier box.
3.
Calculate output signal in conditions of no pressure (atmospheric pressure), using below
formula. The output signal should be adjusted to the calculated value on the zero
potentiometer.
16 *( Atm. press − 800)
mA @ Atmospheric pressure = 4 +
Trd . range − 800
4.
Calculate the pressure for maximum output signal, using the following formula.
mbarg @ 20 mA = Trd . range − Atm. press
Increase the pressure to calculated pressure and adjust the output signal to 20.00 mA on the
span potentiometer.
5.
Remove the pressure and check the zero point.
6.
Check the linearity at 0-25-50-75 and 100% of the measuring range.
Output signal at different pressures P can be calculated, using the following formula.
mA @ P mbarg = 4 +
7.
16 *( Atm. press − 800 + P)
Trd . range − 800
If necessary, repeat the steps 3 to 6.
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EXAMPLE: If the range of the transducer is 3.5 bar abs and the atmospheric pressure is
1005 mbar.
Calculated output at atmospheric pressure:
mA @ Atm.press = 4 +
16 * (1005 − 800)
= 5.215 mA
3500 − 800
Calculated applied pressure for maximum output:
mbarg @ 20 mA = 3500 − 1005 = 2495 mbarg
Calculated pressure at 50% of the transducer range:
mA @ P mbarg = 4 +
16 *(1005 − 800 + 1750)
= 15.585 mA
3500 − 800
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Maintenance and Trouble Shooting
Maintenance
Damcos recommends that the following to be checked annually:
1.
Visual inspection of the cable, transducer and amplifier.
2.
Compare signal with e.g. hand sounding, and if necessary perform a zero and full-scale
calibration.
Trouble Shooting
If the MAS2600 transmitter is not functioning in accordance with Emerson Process Management
Marine Solutions, Damcos instructions, check that:
1.
the 24 VDC power supply has been correctly connected, and is between 14-33 VDC.
2.
the 4 - 20 mA output signal is functioning (compared with e.g. hand sounding).
3.
the transducer cable has been correctly fitted and the shield connected to the shield terminal
in the amplifier box.
4.
the diaphragm has not been damaged.
If this does not succeed, fill in the test sheet on page 27 and submit this to our Service department
fax no.: +45 5578 7272.
When contacting our Service department please specify the serial numbers of both transducer and
amplifier.
The test sheet will be examined to see whether it can be established that the transmitter is broken
or not.
When returning a defective MAS2600 transmitter for repairs, please ensure that:
• The transducer diaphragm is protected against blows of any kind.
• Both the transducer and the amplifier are returned.
• A detailed description of the fault is enclosed.
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MAS2600 Test sheet
ATT.:
FAX.:
Emerson Process Management
Marine Solutions
Damcos A/S, Service Department
+45 5578 7272
Name:
Ship name:
Yard:
MAS2600:
Transducer serial no.:
Tank name:
Liquid in tank
HFO:
The tank is
Full:
Measurements:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Measure voltage between terminal
5 and 6
Measure ripple voltage between
terminal 5 and 6
Measure sensor excitation voltage
between terminal 7 and 10
Measure sensor excitation voltage
between terminal 8 and 9
Measure current in supply lead to
terminal 5
Measure current in supply lead to
terminal 6
Measure sensor resistance with
sensor cable unconnected
Terminal 7 to cable shield
Terminal 8 to cable shield
Terminal 9 to cable shield
Terminal 10 to cable shield
Measure sensor bridge resistance
with sensor cable unconnected
Terminal 7 to Terminal 8
Terminal 7 to Terminal 9
Terminal 7 to Terminal 10
Terminal 8 to Terminal 9
Terminal 8 to Terminal 10
Terminal 9 to Terminal 10
NB No:
Amplifier serial no.:
DO:
Ballast:
Empty:
V DC
V AC
V DC
mV DC
mA DC
mA DC
Other:
Other:
Voltage should be in the range 14 to 33 V DC.
Check power supply.
Voltage must not exceed 2 V AC. Check power
supply.
Voltage should be in the range 3.0 to 6.2 V DC
Voltage should be in the range -15 to 100 mV DC
Current should be in the range 4 to 20 mA and the
same value as measured in point 6. If not the
amplifier may be defect.
Current should be in the range 4 to 20 mA and the
same value as measured in point 5. If not the
amplifier may be defect.
If the resistance measured is less that 1 M Ohm the
sensor is defect.
M Ohm
M Ohm
M Ohm
M Ohm
If the resistance measured is less than 1 K Ohm or
greater that 50 K Ohm the sensor is defect.
K Ohm
K Ohm
K Ohm
K Ohm
K Ohm
K Ohm
9
Visual inspection of the transmitter:
Is the cable damaged?
Are there sharp bends on the cable?
Are there moisture/liquids in the breather tube?
Is the diaphragm damaged?
10
Comments:
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Emerson Process Management
Damcos A/S
Aaderupvej 41
DK-4700 Naestved
T +45 5578 7200
F +45 5578 7272
www.EmersonProcesss.com/mtm
Emerson Process Management
Rosemount Tank Radar AB
Box 13045
SE-40251 Göteborg
T +46 31 337 00 00
F +46 31 25 30 22
www.EmersonProcesss.com/mtm
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